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April 10, 2013


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Relay for Life lights up play park


Luminaria celebration a


highlight for 10th annual community


event


By BRIAN ACKLEY
BACKLEY @ HEARTLAND
NEWSPAPERS.COM
When you're in charge of
planning an 18 hour event,
it might be hard to pick out
a favorite moment or two.
But Sandy Sackett, chair-
man for Frostproof's 10th
annual American Cancer
Society's Relay for Life, had
no such trouble finding the
exact time that all the hard
work and effort of her team
of volunteers paid off.
It came midway through
last Friday night, after
the sun had settled nicely
behind Clinch Lake, with a
crowd gathered at the Wall
Street Play Park, there to
support the Relay's 16 teams
and raise as much money
as they could for cancer
research.
"The luminaria ceremony
was definitely the highlight,"
Sackett said Monday, reflect-
ing on almost a year's worth
of planning by a number of
community leaders. "It was
beautiful, just beautiful.
That just seemed to sum up


perfectly what we were all .
there for." .
The ceremony involved '
lighting candles inside L7.. 2
paper bags that pay tribute a
to those who have lost their
lives to cancer, or celebrate
those who have beaten the
dread disease.
Frostproof's moment was
especially poignant, since it '
included a special bagpipe
tribute from Lake Wales .
High School musician Becky
Blackwelder, and music
from Frostproof's own "in-
credible" Kathy Drainville.
There was another special
moment, the survivor's lap,
made particularly so by who
carried the Relay banner.
Colleen Briggs carried
the same banner 10 years
ago when the city held it's
inaugural Relay event.
"It was great, We had a
really great turnout and it
went well," Sackett added ."-
Funds will continue to -AA
be collected and tallied for
the next couple of months,........-
and organizers said they are
One of the highlights of every relay, and Frostproof was no exception, is the Survivor's Lap as part of the opening ceremo-
RELAY 15 nies. Frostproof's lap was led by bagpiper Becky Blackwelder.


McLaughlin high school plans outlined


District wants to spend to make new facility in Lake Wales


By CASSIE JACOBY
CJACOBY @ HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
A three-phase plan to expand
McLaughlin Middle School and Fine Arts
Academy in Lake Wales into a high school
was presented to the Polk County School
District board of directors at its meeting
on Tuesday, April 9.
"We're giving McLaughlin the kind of
attention it deserves," said District Interim
Superintendent John Stewart during the
morning work session after several board
members requested making improve-
ments at other schools in Frostproof and
Bartow before constructing new buildings
at McLaughlin.
It has also become a hot topic in
Frostproof since Lake Wales Charter
Schools announced its high school


would be looking to recruit students from
outside its area, like Winter Haven and
Frostproof (see related story, page two).
Although no answers were provided to
questions about funding the $2.2 million
building, paying the other costs that are
still being tabulated or filling the District
budget's $18 million shortfall, plans were
unveiled to show how the school will look
in the future.
Unlike Lakeland's Harrison School
for the Arts, a stand alone arts program
with academics provided at Lakeland
High School, McLaughlin will team with
Spook Hill Elementary to provide a true
continuum of arts integration. With
a current enrollment of 727 students,
there's room now to accommodate
ninth grade art students with a peak of
300-400 more 9-12 graders in the future.


The expansion would take place over a
number of years with emphasis placed
first on expanding art education to
grades 4-5 and then work downward to
kindergarten.
'Arts integration is that overall different
way of looking at things through differ-
ent eyes, through the eyes of art," said
McLaughlin's Fine Arts Resource Specialist
Madeline Walton, who, along with Beth
Cummings and Pat Lamb, are working
with the principals of both schools to
determine their needs.
"We're looking at doing an exchange
right now where the art teachers from
McLaughlin will spend a few days a week
at Spook Hill and do photography clubs,
a tap class, a guitar club, so that the kids
start to experiencing more of the arts and
then when they get to McLaughlin they


can choose to do a more intense study of
the arts," Walton added.
Funding is being sought through the
Kennedy Alliance for Arts Education
Network and other grants. "Students are
not only learning academically, they're
experiencing their academics through
their different art forms. Experience is the
big word."
Teachers who are not interested in the
professional development will have the
option to transfer to another school. "We
want them to all buy into the vision, but
if that's not something that they see, we'll
work with them to help them find place
where they fit better," explained Walton.
The school board was scheduled to vote
on the issue on Tuesday afternoon, but
it was made too late for the newspaper's
deadline.


TODAY'S
CONTENTS




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Calendar................Page 2
Editorial................ Page 4
Obituaries............. Page 6
County Report...... Page 8
Pets................. Page 10-11
Sports.............Page 16-17
Feeling Fit......Page 18-19


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Some new faces
on Frostproof's
2013football
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Smith is honored
for contributions
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N SATURDAY, APRIL 13

Chamber Fun Night
The Frostproof Chamber of Commerce
will host its annual big fundraiser, with
one person getting a chance to win up to
$5,000. The social hour will be at 6 p.m.
and dinner is at 7. Tickets are $100 per
couple, which automatically enters you
into the chance to win. For information
or to buy tickets, go to www.frostproof
chamber.com, or call 863-635-9112.


* SUNDAY, APRIL 14 Gene Horton, Jerry and DoshiaWagner, on the first and third Monday of each
plus others from the local congregation, month. At this meeting, the council will
After the Gospel Sing, there will be an pick its mayor and vice mayor.
Gospel Sing ice cream social. Everyone is invited to
Babson Park Community Church attend. mTIiccnAV APDDII 1


invites everyone to attend its special
Sunday, April 14 service. The church will
celebrate Friends Day. Bring your family
and friend for this special day. Worship
service at 10:30 a.m. and a Fellowship
Luncheon at noon. There will be a Gospel
Sing at 1 p.m. Rise Stevens will be guest
emcee. Other guest musicians include


MONDAY, APRIL 15

City council
The Frostproof City Council will hold a
regularly scheduled meeting at 6 p.m. in
city hall. The city council regularly meets


= i unLuI, Arnm i1
Chamber lunch
The Greater Frostproof Area Chamber
of Commerce will host its monthly
membership luncheon at the Ramon
Theater. Cost is $9. For information,
contact the chamber at 863-635-9112.


Art program may be offered to more students



Lake Wales Charter, district superintendent meet on high school futures


ByCASSIEJACOBY
CJACOBY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM

A meeting for lunch turned into a meet-
ing of the minds. When Lake Wales Charter
Schools General Counsel Robin Gibson
and Polk County Public School District
Interim Superintendent met for lunch on
Friday, April 5, they got to the "art" of what
matters most for education in Lake Wales.
"We are all for any emphasis to elevate
education in Lake Wales," said Gibson. "It
was a nice visit. We renewed our friend-
ship and talked about the district's vision
for a K-12 program with an arts emphasis
in both Spook Hill Elementary and
McLaughlin Middle School and Fine Arts
Academy."
The parley comes after Lake Wales
charter school officials said they would
start looking outside Lake Wales, including
Winter Haven and Frostproof for high
school students. The district responded
by noting that it is considering turning
McLaughlin Middle School, a non-charter
school in Lake Wales, into a high school as
well.
If the district board of directors gives
the okay at its meeting on Tuesday, April 9
the first 12th grade class would begin at
McLaughlin in August 2019. Expanding
arts integration into Spook Hill Elementary
and McLaughlin's traditional curriculum
for all students is part of a three phase plan
for grades K-8, adding 9th grade beginning


in 2016, with the first graduating class in
2020.
"This plan encourages the education of
students at these schools to assist in further
enriching the legacy of Lake Wales as a
community that truly values the arts," said
Stewart, who told Gibson he's impressed
with the arts program at the Pinellas
County School District's Gibbs High School
in St. Petersburg. Gibson was an original
member of the charter school's board of
trustees, and a key community member
during the conversion from a district to
charter district.
"It sounds like a great idea to me," said
Jesse Jackson, LWCS superintendent. "The
change will provide a place holder for art
academy students leaving middle school.
While their overall population might
diminish when we establish Bok Academy
North at Lake Wales High School, middle
students interested in continuing their
arts education into high school will have a
legitimate place to do so."
"Yesterday's gone and today's a new
day. It's time we pool our resources and do
whatever it takes to move forward for the
future of our children," said Debra Wright,
District 6 school board member. After
mentoring Michael Smith, who studied
violin at Harrison School of the Arts in
Lakeland, she experienced first hand the
challenges that Lake Wales arts students
face.
"I did everything I could to help him be


successful including getting a Clint Wright
Foundation grant to pay for tutoring.
Now that he's a student at Southeastern
University, I know he's doing well despite
the struggles he and other Lake Wales
students encountered in continuing
their arts education. When I saw the
opportunity for Lake Wales students to
have a seamless education in the arts, I
asked Dr. Stewart to put the plan we had
been developing for several years on fast
forward. A lot of credit goes to Harrison
Principal Dr. Craig Collins for helping to
shape and build the plans."
Jackson concurred with Wright about
the need to make it easier for students to
pursue the arts. "We learned a long time
ago that, in the past, few McLaughlin
students were being accepted into the
Harrison program, which is a shame
because there are so many outstanding
artists at McLaughlin," Jackson added.
"This initiative by the District will allow
for the continuation of these students'
arts education. As for Lake Wales High
School, the District's initiative will allow
us to focus on the career academies
that we are trying to establish for grades
9-12 and establish Bok Academy North
for grades 6-8. This is an exciting time
for the many Lake Wales families who
really want an opportunity to attend Bok
Academy and for the McLaughlin arts
students who want to continue their arts
program in high school."


Wright said she's thrilled that Collins
recently met with the families of 12
students from McLaughlin who have
been accepted to attend Harrison with
the District providing the transportation.
Although the District faces an
$18 million shortfall in the school board
budget, the second phase of the District
plan includes seeking funding from
the Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts
Education Network, a $40 million fund
that supports competitive grants and
national initiatives for arts integration.
Regarding other funding questions,
Gibson explained how education funds
are allocated for both Charter and District
students.
"No District student's allocation is
diminished in any way because of the
money that goes to a charter school
student's allocation," Gibson stated.
"However, the District does keep some
money allocated for charter school
students for a few administration
services."
"Working together will be a very
positive thing for our future," Gibson
concluded.
Meetings will be scheduled this month
for interested parents and community
members at Spook Hill and McLaughlin.
During May, auditions for accelerated
course work in the areas of visual arts,
theater arts and music at McLaughlin for
6-8 grade students.


Superintendent search trimmed down to six



Fort Meade's Lewis still among finalists for top district post


ByMARYCANNADAY
MCANNADAY @ HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM

Six it will be.
Wayne Blanton, who is doing the school
superintendent search for the Polk School
district, brought six strong candidate
possibilities to the school board last Friday,
and they decided to interview all of them.
Blanton is Executive Director of the Florida
School Board Association.
Only one candidate, Curtis Cain, is from
out of state; a resident of Kansas City, Mo.
Other candidates, all from Florida, who
will be interviewed on April 29 and 30,
include:
Katherine LeRoy, of Jacksonville, whose
district has 125,000 students.
Constance A. Jones of Estero, whose
district has 85,000 students.
John Small, Polk County's Director
ofWorkplace Education, whose district
comprises 97,000 students.
Diana Greene, of Ocala, whose district
has 42,000 students.
David Lewis of Fort Meade, Associate
Superintendent of Learning for Polk
County, whose district has 97,000 students.
Cain is the one candidate Blanton


thought the board might drop from the list,
because his academic career is relatively
short and his current district is composed
of 28,000 students (within the 25,000
criteria but far smaller than Polks 97,000
student base.)
Cain is currently Associate
Superintendent for Educational Services
in the Mission School District in Overland
Park, Kan.
Blanton said he did want to bring at least
one out-of-state candidate to the table,
which is why he included Cain.
"I felt he was the best candidate outside
of Florida," although he felt there were
some shortcomings.
Blanton said that in gathering refer-
ences and in talking to people, as he did
for each candidate, the comment was
made that, "Dr. Cain would do well in a
small district but is not ready for a large
one."
Another person stated, "He would deal
well in a calm environment but not in tur-
moil." It was also stated Cain is sometimes
hesitant in making decisions usually
shooting for consensus.
Board member Kay Fields said, "I was
very impressed with his experience on


a global level. My question is how long
would he stay?" Former Superintendent
Sherrie Nickell was at her post for two and
a half years before she retired due to illness
in the family
On the up side, Cain was commended
for having good people skills, having a
collaborative management style, and sig-
nificantly, has helped smooth the way for
school closings in Missouri. The student
population the Kansas City district has
dropped from 40,000 to 28,000.
Others in the group also liked his resume
and wanted him to at least have a shot at
an interview.
They also decided, by consensus, that all
the candidates were strong and should all
be considered.
The interviews will be conducted as
follows: Three candidates each day for
two-hour interviews, with a half-hour
break between. Each board member chose
a subject area, and are to choose three
or four questions to ask from their list of
sample questions.
The selected questions, which can
include some not on the list, will be typed
up and not handed out until the day of the
interviews to prevent the candidates from


finding out in advance what they will be
asked.
Board member Debra Wright will cover
curriculum questions, Lori Cunningham
fiscal management, Kay Fields board/
superintendent relations and responsibili-
ties, Dick Mullenax personnel, Tim Harris
public relations, Hunt Berryman district
management, and Hazel Sellers general
and personal.
From those two days of interviews, the
finalists will likely be pared down, and will
return at a yet-unspecified date for meet-
and-greet gatherings with the public and
for final interviews.
The board hopes to have a new super-
intendent seated by July 1, but it may be
as late as July 15 since the interviews are
being held later than initially planned, to
allow for two-hour rather than one-hour
interviews.
Applications and resumes for all
the candidates are on the district's
website at www.polk-fl.net. Go to the
Superintendent Search link at the right
side of the main page, and the list of
candidates comes up. Click on the
candidate for which you are seeking
information.


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By LAURA RUANE
FORT MYERS NEWS PRESS
The offspring of a pioneer Lee
County farming family returned to his
boyhood home recently to pick a few
oranges and grapefruit.
His goal: To help ease the squeeze
growers face from harvesting costs.
James English is chief technology
officer for Cambridge, Mass.-based
Energid Technologies Corp. He and
colleague Chu-Yin Chang spent several
days recently in Lee County testing the
prototype for a robotic harvester their
firm is devising.
"We do a lot of work in robotic
control, simulations and machine vi-
sion," English said, naming such clients
as NASA and the National Science
Foundation. "We want to apply that
technology to citrus harvesting."
The harvester prototype uses a grid
of pneumatic frog-tongue-like picking
mechanisms. Multiple color cameras
and computer vision technology target
the fruit. The "frog's tongues" knock
individual pieces to the ground.
Trunk and canopy shakers forms
of mechanical harvesting that already
have been used commercially -
haven't consistently attained that level
of accuracy, English added.
Labor cost and availability are big
concerns for Florida citrus growers,
said Fritz Roka, an economist with
the Southwest Florida Research and
Education Center in Immokalee.
But after 50 years of experimentation
and some commercial use, mechanical
citrus harvesting has yet to catch hold,
Roka said.
"We don't have a machine right now
that growers want," Roka said. In the
2011-2012 season, only 9,400 acres of
citrus statewide were harvested me-
chanically. That's less than 2 percent of
the crop, and a decline from four years
earlier, when machines picked roughly
7 percent of the crop.
Growers long have fretted that
mechanical harvesting could harm
trees and their yield, Roka said. With
the invasion of the citrus greening, a
bacterial outbreak that enfeebles trees,
growers are leery of harvesters that use
brute force.
Cost of mechanical harvesting also
could be a challenge, Roka said. In
2004, the average cost of raising an acre
of citrus to maturity was $800. Now, as
growers put more into tree nutrition


Citrus picking is
still mainly done
by hand. Less than
10,000 acres of
Florida citrus were
picked mechani-
cally last year in
the state.
PHOTO BY K.M.
THORNTON SR.


and battling the tiny insect that carries
greening, per acre costs are $1,700 and
higher.
If the next generation of mechanical
picker isn't cheap to use, "it's got to be
really, really efficient," Roka said.
English thinks his final product will
fit the bill: "One operator should be
able to remove 10 tons of fruit per
hour," English said, noting "our goal
is to pick at least 96 percent of the
fruit."
The biggest challenge "is economic,"
English said. "For any system to com-
pete with hand harvesting, it has to be
able to pick fruit for less than half a
cent per fruit."
For English and company, the next
step is to look for funding to make a
prototype with more "frog's tongues,"
better vision and other market-
friendly enhancements, English said.
Two U.S. agriculture department
grants totaling $480,000 have aided in
research and development thus far.
English, who's 46, earned a master's
degree in electrical engineering from
the University of Florida and a doctor-
ate in the same discipline from Purdue
University.
He's a graduate of Riverdale High


School. Before that, he attended 1876, bringing orange seed with them
elementary and middle school in Alva. to start a grove.


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Anril 10. 2013


SGiving mechanical citrus picking



another look

Goal is to help reduce increasing harvesting costs







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VIEWPOINT


Growth requires Florida Forever course correction


Polk County could double to nearly 1.2 mil-
lion people the Bureau of Economic and Business
Research estimates. Where will we put all those
people? The state's coastal counties will continue
to fill in, almost certainly, but other inland counties
will expand, too, especially around the Interstate 4
corridor. The population growth will have far-ranging
consequences for land prices, home values, drinking
water supplies, surface and aquifer water quality,
forests, wetlands, agriculture and wildlife corridors.
Historically, Florida has aggressively pursued
policies that protect its fragile ecosystem through the
purchase and management of preservation and con-
servation lands. The Florida Forever program, which
is funded with a levy on real estate transactions called
documentary stamps, pumped an average of $300
million a year into land acquisition and management
programs over its 20-year lifespan.
In recent years, though, Govs. Charlie Crist and


Our Viewpoint
Rick Scott and the Florida Legislature have used that
"trust fund" to finance tax cuts and balance the state
budget. Scott's 2013-14 budget calls for only $25 mil-
lion of funding for Florida Forever. In two of the four
years since 2009, Florida Forever received no new
funding.
Last week, a group called Florida's Water and Land
Legacy Campaign launched a campaign to correct
this policy departure. It will attempt to place an
amendment on the 2014 ballot that would dedicate
funding fdr water and land conservation, manage-
ment and restoration by setting aside one-third of
Florida's existing documentary stamp tax revenues
and "guarantees that these funds can be used only for
conservation purposes, such as acquiring conserva-
tion and recreation lands, managing existing lands,


protecting lands that are critical for water supply and
restoring degraded natural systems."
According to the campaign, the funds dedicated by
the measure will:
"Restore, manage and acquire lands necessary to
protect Florida's drinking water sources and protect
the water quality in our rivers, lakes and streams; pro-
tect our beaches and shores; protect and restore the
Everglades and other degraded natural systems and
waterways; manage fish and wildlife habitat, protect
forests and wetlands, and restore conservation lands
that are an important part of Florida's natural heri-
tage, economy and quality of life; provide funding to
manage existing state and local natural areas, parks
and trails for water supply, habitat and recreation."
We're not big fans of constitutional amendments,
but when voters can't trust elected officials to man-
age "trust funds," it's up to citizens to make a course
correction.


Bush speech features



new Jeb, old Jeb


Jeb Bush and I have never comprised
a mutual admiration society, and no
one will ever likely confuse us with one.
However, there were passages to admire
in his recent speech to the Conservative
Political Action Conference, which
seems to have been applauded more
warmly elsewhere than there.
There were also things not to like, but
I'm getting ahead of myself.
Bush's speech was momentous for
cautioning conservatives not to be
smug about their personal successes
or so contemptuous of those who don't
make it.
"When we speak to people and make
the case for conservative principles, you
should know that the happy exception
does not always prove the rule," he said.
"It is not a validation of our conserva-
tive principles if we can only point to
the increasingly rare individual who
overcomes adversity and succeeds in
America.
"Here's reality: If you're fortunate
enough to count yourself among the
privileged, the rest of the nation is
drowning. If you're born poor, if your
parents didn't go to college, if you didn't
know your father, if English isn't spoken
at home, then the odds are stacked
against you. You are more likely to stay
poor today than at any other time since
World War II."
Was Mitt Romney listening?
Regrettably, however, other parts of the
speech were the Same Old Jeb.
Painting with a broad brush, he
denounced liberals as believing that
"anyone who has climbed to the top
1 percent, top 10 percent or top 20
percent has committed some form of
gross social breach, and they deserve
our scorn."


Martin Dyckman




-, dyckmanm@bellsouth.net

As a liberal, I consider myself
insulted.
I don't envy anyone for doing well, so
long as it's done with fairness to those
who help him (or her) get there, and
without pulling up the ladder behind
him.
The case for higher taxes on those
who can afford them isn't about pun-
ishing or humiliating them. It's about
protecting and perfecting the society
that facilitated their successes.
It would be interesting to know how
many well-paid executives attended
public colleges that their employees'
children can no longer afford.
It's the opposite of protecting and
perfecting when we allow our schools
and colleges to languish financially, our
roads and bridges to crumble, and mil-
lions of people to continue struggling
for their lives without health insurance.
And it is wrong to hold the public
schools singularly responsible for alleg-
edly widespread failure especially in
the absence of any showing that private
or even charter schools can do better
overall with the same demographics.
Bush asserted that for every child
who reaches "full abilities," there are a
hundred who are "stuck in failing and
indifferent schools." That strikes me as
a wild exaggeration.
Yes, there are schools where children


do not learn as well as we would wish.
But to put all the blame on the schools,
and their faculties, is like faulting the
fire department for failing to save
a poorly constructed house. Many
students not a few from prosperous
families come from households
where no parent is willing or able to
insist on homework, turn off the TV, or
back up the teacher when she asks for
support.
Some children never see a book until
they show up at school. Jeb's recogni-
tion of the poverty trap implicitly
acknowledges this. It's his solution that's
the problem.
The current campaign against the
public schools smacks of self-fulfilling
prophecy. Destroying public confidence
- the object of so-called parent trigger
legislation is no way to improve
them.
The evil in the "accountability"
demanded by Bush and other pre-
dominantly Republican "reformers" is
its emphasis on standardized testing
to grade schools and teachers and


potentially ruin careers.
Florida has plenty of experience with
the unreliability of those tests and what
they have done to strip the curriculum
of arts, physical education, recess and
anything else that might get in the way
of what's tested.
They are also an invitation for
some, an irresistible one to corrup-
tion. In Atlanta last week, 35 educators
including a former superintendent
were indicted in the grossest cheat-
ing scheme in American history. The
test papers they're accused of altering
turned out to be too good to be true.
According to the New York Times, the
pressure came from the top down.
It does not defend or excuse those
who may be convicted to ask a simple
question: Why is anyone surprised that
such a thing would happen?

Martin Dyckman is a retired associate
editor of the newspaper formerly known
as the St. Petersburg Times. He can be
reached at dyckmanm@bellsouth.net
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April 10, 2013










Public weighs in on superintendent search


By MARYCANNADAY
MCANNADAY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
When the Polk School district started
their search for a new superintendent,
they sat down and came up with
specific "must-haves" and a number of
"would-be-nice-to-have" qualifications.
Wanting to include the public as much
as possible, however, a link was added
to the district website, to solicit their
input as well.
Pat Mcmanus, who is administrative
assistant to the board, presented them
with the results in written form Friday,
in time to absorb before the interviews
start April 29.
The four major categories, with a
random sampling of responses were:
Q. What do you consider to be the
two or three most significant strengths
of this school district?
A. Teachers, home communication,
diversity of population, loyal staff, the
Career Academies program, nothing,
potential for growth and improvement,
employees that work very hard even
as more and more new programs are
shoved down their throats even though
we have less money to implement
them. Board's commitment not to lay
off teachers to meet financial needs.
Magnet, choice and charter schools.
Q. What do you consider to be the
two or three most important challenges
or issues facing this school district?
A. Lack of movement in the top ranks.
The same people have been rotat-
ing around since I was in elementary
school. (my children are completing
high school.) Results in lack of innova-
tion and same poor performance.
Lack of ESE services at all schools.
Cutting costs relative to magnet, choice
school transportation issues. Lack
of school personnel/supervision on
campus this is a major concern -
my biggest concern is the safety of my
children.


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expecting to eclipse the $20,000 mark
which also happened last year.
The Federation of Christian
Sportsmen "swept" the friendly compe-
tition among the teams, including for


Parental involvement, graduation
rates, capital costs, student achieve-
ment, and recognizing strategies that
might need to be different in minor-
ity majority district. Poverty. Parent
engagement.
Q. Please share two or three char-
acteristics you would like to see in the
new superintendent.
A. Someone who will actually listen
and accept feedback from parents and
teachers doing the job those on the
front lines. Knowledge of curriculum
and instruction as a school principal
as evidenced by improvement in the
students' academic achievement.
Someone that can lead without being
influenced by everyone. Someone that
does not show nepotism. Someone
who cares about and will be invested
in Polk County. Knowledge of budgets
and expenditures. Community orga-
nization background. Someone who
has confidence in the staff- not a
micro-manager.
Q. Please share any additional
thoughts below.
A. The most important thing is having
someone who will listen and has a
proven track record like John Stewart. A
person who realizes that principals have
a huge impact on our school system and
has the courage to do what is necessary
to assure we have the best principals.
We need a diverse person who can
relate to more than just one culture.
Should be approachable and a real
worker, not just a figurehead.
Search for someone who has the
highest quality of ethics and commit-
ment to the students, The rest will fall
into place.
On rankings at the end of the survey:
Understanding the respective roles
of the board and the superintendent
ranked highest at 8.7 out often, and
ability and willingness to deal directly
and fairly with faculty, staff and parents
ranked last, at 3.6.

best booth and by amassing the most
points among the many games that
were played during the night and early
morning hours.
Their booth was highlighted by a
tribute wall to those who have died
from cancer. The winners were picked
by the cancer survivors.
"It was like a whiteboard, and you
could write their names in and a


PHOTO BY BRIAN ACKLEY


Dave Lewis, right, a Fort Meade resident and finalist for Polk County School Superintendent,
chats with Fort Meade Middle Senior High School Principal Arthur Martinez before the Miners
softball game Monday night.


message to them," Sackett noted.
Dinner was sponsored by Lowe's, and
cooked by the federation, featuring
pulled pork.
New Hope Church was new this year
as a team, according to Sackett. "They
did a lot of phenomenal fundraising for
us," she said.
Tammy Rhoden organized the effort
for a large gift basket of prizes that was


also raffled off, and a handful of teams
baked cakes for a cake auction, with
the sugary treats selling for between
$30 and $50 each.
Callean Curtis served as the commu-
nity liaison between Frostproof and the
American Cancer Society in Lakeland.
"I know it's her job, but she goes way
above and beyond. She was awesome,"
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Noah E. Holton Jr.

Mr. Noah E.
Holton Jr., 92, of
Lake Wales, Fla.,
passed away on
Saturday, April 6,

Medical Center. He
was born March 1,
1921, inAxson,
Atkinson County
Ga., to Georgia
State Senator Noah
E. Holton Sr., and Noah E. Holton Jr.
Rilza Tanner Holton. He attended Coffee
County Schools, South Georgia College,
attended Georgetown University, and
graduated from the University of Georgia,
the University of Georgia College of Law
and the NewYork University Law School
with a Master's in Taxation. In 1949, he was
admitted to the Georgia Bar. He served
in the U.S. Army Air Corps duringWorld
War II as a navigator on the flight crew for
the Army Judge Advocate Corps serving
Chief Justice Robert H. Jackson during
the Nuremberg NaziWar Crime Trials. He
maintained a love of aviation his entire life.
He was employed with the Ernst & Ernst
Accounting Firm of Atlanta and moved
to Florida in 1954 to be a partner with his
uncle R.O. Holton in the Holton Insurance
Agency in Winter Haven.
He and his family moved to Lake Wales
in 1969 and along with his wife Louise
owned the Noah's Ark Bed and Breakfast
and other local businesses. He was a
lifelong Methodist by faith.
He is survived by his beloved wife of
57 years, Louise Park Holton, daughters,
Lynn Holton McMahon of Summit, NJ.,
and Lori (Chuck) Holton Loveless of Lake
Wales; and three grandchildren, Ellen
Louise McMahon, Shelby Lynn Loveless
and James Tanner McMahon. He was
affectionately called "Honey" by his
three grandchildren, who will cherish the
memories of his teasing nature, trips to
Air Venture in Wisconsin and deep love of
each of them.
He was preceded in death by his siblings
B.H. Byrd, Myrtle Wilson, Johnnie Wilson,
Dr. Francis Holton, Maggie Ruth Slade, the
Honorable Elie Holton and Phylis Dixon.
A graveside service was held at the
Douglas Cemetery in Douglas, Georgia
with Rev. Gregory Pope officiating.
Memorials of remembrance may be
made to the American Heart Association,
PO. Box 840692, Dallas, TX 75284-0692.
Arrangements are by Johnson Funeral
Home of Lake Wales.


John S. Dentone

John S. Dentone of Frostproof passed
away Tuesday, April 2, 2013, at his
residence. He was 68.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home han-
dling arrangements.


Isabel Maria

Negron

Isabel Maria Negron of Lake Wales
passed away Wednesday, April 3, 2013,
at the Lakeland Regional Medical
Center. She was 82. Marion Nelson
Funeral Home in Lake Wales is handling
the arrangements.
Words of Comfort
May the longtime
sun shine upon you,
all love surround
you, and the sweet
light within you
guide your way on.

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Blessing


Guido Della Vecchia


Guido Della Vecchia, 82 of Spearfish,
passed away in the Rapid City Regional
Hospital on Wednesday, March 13, with
complications from pneumonia.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1930,
Guido was well known in Spearfish
and the Black Hills area, he and his
wife, Johanna Meier Della Vecchia, had
moved to Spearfish permanently in
1984. From 1991 until 2008 he acted in
and functioned as co-producer of the
Black Hills Passion Play, the interna-
tionally famous production presented
in the Amphitheatre inSpearfish.
During the 1960s and early 1970s he
and his wife appeared several times in
concert at Black Hills State University
and arranged for opera performances
by a touring company to be held there.
They also organized numerous benefits
and fund raisers for the Matthews
Opera House, and the High Plains
Heritage Center, with performances
by members of the Black Hills Passion
Play company. For three years, Guido
served on the boards of directors of the
Spearfish Arts Center and Matthews
Opera House, and since its incep-
tion, for the Spirit of the Hills Wildlife
Sanctuary in Spearfish. He was active
in the creation and promotion of the
annual Johanna Meier Opera Theatre


Institute held each spring at Black Hills
State University.
Well known for his beautiful tenor
voice, Guido began vocal studies at
the age of 18. In 1951, during the
Korean War, he was inducted into the
army where he was trained as a radio
technician. He was then selected as
one of six to go to Germany where
he sang as an entertainer in special
services throughout the country for the
remainder of his tour of duty. Upon his
discharge, he lived in Italy where he
refined his musical art by studying with
several of Italy's foremost maestri at the
Cherubini Conservatory in Florence. He
also attended the University of Perugia,
and taught English through the Berlitz
schools. Returning to the United States
in 1958, he met his wife Johanna, and
they continued their vocal careers both
jointly and individually.
During this time he performed at
both Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher
Hall at Lincoln Center in NewYork,
and sang a number of leading Italian
opera roles and concerts throughout
the United States. His last professional
appearances were in 1980, singing with
the Seattle Opera Company. '
Della Vecchia was also an avid hunter
and outdoorsman and a collector


of fossils and mushrooms. He loved
reading, talking politics, cooking lavish
Italian meals for his friends and caring
for his many animals.
In 2003 the South Dakota Board
of Regents of Education granted an
honorary doctorate of humane letters
to Della Vecchia in recognition of his
distinction within his profession. In
2011 he and his wife received a Special
Service Award from Black Hills State
University honoring their contributions
to the community of Spearfish, and
dedication to the advancement of the
arts in the state of South Dakota.
Guido was preceded in death by
his parents, Luigia and Amato Della
Vecchia, and his brother, Mario Della
Vecchia. He is survived by his wife,
Johanna Meier Della Vecchia, his sister
and brother-in-law, Louise and Albert
Stellato, and nine nieces and nephews.
A small private service has been held
for his immediate friends and family,
and a public Memorial Concert will be
presented at Black Hills State University
in the near future.
Arrangements are under the care
of Fidler-Isburg Funeral Chapels and
Crematory Service of Spearfish.
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Wesley Smeal was impressive with a top bench press here of 280 pounds.
Some of the athletes who competed will still earn a trip to the state
finals once their totals on Saturday are compared with others in their
weight class from around the state. The finals are April 20 in Kissimmee.
Frostproof Coach Craig Merson said as of Tuesday morning, that process
hadn't been completed, but that he was hopeful that Britt would make
the cut. He earned a spot in the finals last year.


Frostproof hosted the Class 1A, District 8 high school weightlifting competition Saturday, with a
total of five Polk County lifters earning guaranteed spots in the state finals later this month in
Kissimmee. Lemon Bay and Auburndale shared the team title. Here, Frostproof's Ryan Britt bench
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FAA delays closing Linder tower


The Federal Aviation Administration
delayed until June 15 the sequestration-
tied closure of 149 federally contracted
air traffic control towers, including the
Lakeland Linder Airport.
"While this is a step in the right
direction, I have long said that the
FAA needs to find other cost-saving
measures in lieu of shutting down
towers like the one at Lakeland Airport.
I am also hopeful that the FAA will
soon meet with me after my repeated
requests have gone unanswered so that
we can discuss possible solutions,"


Dennis Ross said in an email an-
nouncement shortly after the an-
nouncement by the FAA.
The delay is to give the agency time
to resolve multiple legal challenges
that have been made to the pending
closures that was to begin on Sunday.
On Thursday, Rep. Bill Hager, R-Boca
Raton, asked Gov.,Rick Scott for an
emergency infusion of $230,545 in
state taxpayer money to keep Boca
Raton Airport operating. The Florida
towers scheduled for closing are
were Naples Municipal, Boca Raton,


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Field in Fort Myers, North Perry in
Hollywood, Leesburg International, Jim
Taylor Field in Ocala, Ormond Beach
Municipal, Punta Gorda, Northeast
Florida Regional in St. Augustine, Albert
Whitted in St. Petersburg, Witham Field
in Stuart, and Space Coast Regional in
Titusville as well as Linder.
The federal law requiring $1.2 trillion
in across-the-board spending cuts the
FAA share was $637 million as a pen-
alty for not reaching a deal on specific
budget balancing plans began March 1.


The closures were to be phased in, with
24 towers closing Sunday, 46 on April
21, and the remaining 79 on May 5.
With the annual Sun 'N Fun air show
going this week the relief isn't going
to help the coffers in putting on the
show though it will save a few jobs at
the airport for the time. At Monday's
Bartow Airport Authority meeting
Commissioner A.J. Jackson, who is
involved with the show, said Sun 'N
Fun still has to pay for the 70 people
the hired for the show and will cost it
about $250,000.


I scream, you scream ...


PHOTOS BY JEFF ROSLOW


Above: Jonathan Franklin may have worn as
much ice cream as he chowed Saturday at
the celebrity ice cream eating contest for the
first responders. He and fellow Polk County
Sheriff's Office employees, Jen Harris, to his
left, and Adam Ray beat a team from the
Lakeland Police Department's SWAT team and
a those from the Lakeland Fire Department
eating more a half pint short of a gallon in
six minutes. Behind them is Sam Barclay
from Major League Eating who emceed the
contests from the first responders, area
celebrities and professionals at the first
festival held at Tiger Town and helped raise
money for area schools.









At right: In getting ready to dig into
his ice cream during the celebrity
contest, Polk County Schools'John
Small brushes off his spoon on his
shirt. There was a slight delay in
starting the as the EMT was running
late because his presence was a
requirement. The brushing appar-
ently didn't help Small win, though.
as Lakeland City Commissioner Justin
Troller won the contest eating his
two pints of ice cream in just over a
minute and a half to take the trophy.


Putnam heads

talk on 500th

anniversary

of state

Florida Commissioner of Agriculture
Adam Putnam will moderate a panel
discussion at Florida Southern College
celebrating the 500th anniversary
of the birth of the citrus industry in
Florida.
The discussion is one of a series of
six events, accompanied by a traveling
exhibition, that will be held around
the state this year highlighting differ-
ent parts of agriculture in Florida. The
discussion at FSC, "A Celebration of
Florida Citrus Through the Years," will
focus on the citrus industry.
The event begins with an open house
and tour of the exhibition, "Florida
Agriculture: Then and Now," at 6 p.m.
April 11 in the Sarah D. and L. Kirk
McKay, Jr., Archives Center at FSC. The
panel follows at 7 p.m. in the Annie
Pfeiffer Chapel on campus.
Joining James M. Denham, professor
of history and director of the Lawton
M. Chiles, Jr., Center for Florida
History at FSC, will be a panel of seven
distinguished leaders in the Florida
citrus industry:
Bob Behr, Chief Operating Officer of
Florida's Natural Growers, Inc.
Jerry Chicone, grove owner, former
Citrus Commissioner and Citrus Hall
of Fame inductee
Jim Ellis, an administrator at the
Winter Haven office of the Florida
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services and a member
of the Citrus Hall of Fame selection
committee
Tim Hurner, recently retired Citrus
Agent for Highlands County
Peter McClure, Agricultural
Research and Business Development
Manager at Evans Properties, Inc., and
President of Double K Groves, Inc.
Lindsay Raley, President of Raley
Groves, President and Chairman of
the Board for Dundee Citrus Growers
Association, and member of the
Florida Citrus Commission
Dan Richey, Chief Executive
Officer of Riverfront Packing, for-
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Phillip Rucks, owner of Phillip
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Depot comes alive


with chicken swap
Hey, wait
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brought
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critter for
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but it was
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bumblebee
suit. The
little fella .
didn't have
a name.


Chicken Swap coordi-
nator Ramona Weible
presents Richard Spivey
of Fort Bassinger
with first place in the
Bantam category.
Different birds were
judged for appearance
and standards of the
breed.


J.T. Gaskins took home the blue ribbon for his
bird, which is an Araucana. They lay green and
blue-hued eggs, which are sometimes referred
to as "natural" Easter eggs.


Jacki Jordan took home second with this Gold
Lace Standard Cochin.


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mile journey. My in-laws swear their
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regularly used to stop on their annual
northern trek. It was no doubt good
mental stimulation for her, which is a
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you stop for lunch, spend a couple of
minutes playing with your dog, instead
of just a quick simple walk. Those extra
couple of minutes will help to more
quickly burn up their physical and
mental energy.
Cats, generally, aren't usually a prob-
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about travel or anything else for that
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cats and small dogs in the cabin of an
airplane as long as they are in a carrier
that can be stowed underneath the seat
in front of you.
Cats are often more of a problem
than dogs. It takes work, but many can
be desensitized to the car. You need to
start with a new carrier, one they don't
already associate with being in the
car. Use it in your home for pleasant
experiences, like feeding them in it.
Over time, gradually let them spend
a little time in the carrier in the home
too. Once you feel you might be ready
for the car, take baby steps. Start out
just by placing the carrier in your car;
don't even start the engine. After a few
times, take a very short trip around the
neighborhood while offering positive
reinforcements like treats and praise.
There are a few obvious tips,
that as a responsible pet owner,
hopefully you all already know, like
having proper identification such
as a collar tag or microchip, taking
copies of your pet's medical and
health records with you. Speaking
of microchips, your dog or cat has
a better than 50 percent chance of
being returned to you with one, and
only about a 20 percent chance of
that happening without one. They
are not as expensive as they used to
be, but make sure to check to see if
the clinic's price includes the lifetime
registration fee, like we include in
our clinic price. Also, make sure you
have a supply of clean water with
you. I've been stranded on the side
of the road in the middle of nowhere


more than once when my vehicle has
broken down, and having that can be
a lifesaver for your pet.
The biggest thing owners need to
do is monitor their pets for any signs
of stress. (Judging how your pet reacts
going to see the vet doesn't count. Who
likes going to see the doctor?) If you
have any concerns that travel might
be a problem, a few short trips in the
car around town would be a good idea.
The more quickly you can do this if the
animal is young or new to your home,
the better.
In many cases, signs of stress in an
animal can be difficult to detect unless
you are looking closely. In dogs, keep
an eye out for tell-tale signs like repeat-
edly licking lips, or yawning, ears being
pulled back, a furrowed brow, and
the more obvious signs like panting
or excessive salivation. In cats, look
for symptoms like tail-twitching and
pulled back ears can indicate stress, as
can a crouching posture.
There are ways to deal with stress in
pets, whether it be induced by travel
or other things like thunder storms.
Some are non-medicinal, like phero-
mone spays, and they can be effective.
Our blood-donor dog Roscoe trembles
now even when it rains, much less
thunders. For bad storms, we've had
some success with something called
a Thunder shirt, which is a type of
clothing wrap for dogs. There is some
correlation between a constant, gentle
pressure on a dog's body and stress re-
lief. Like all medicines and therapies,
these work better in some cats and
dogs than others. There are also mild
sedatives that can be administered
to help with potential car sickness
issues.
With just a little planning, and in
some cases, a little extra effort and
training can make all the difference in a
happier, healthier trip for all.
Bon voyage.


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Kathy Drainville, left, led the Pledge of Allegiance and sang the Star Spangled Banner as part of
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The Bulldogs, as in Frostproof Elementary and Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Elementary, were well represented at the Wall Street Play by hooping for the longest amount of time. It was fun and a good
Park, where the 1 Oth anniversary of the Frostproof Relay for Life was held last weekend, way to help pass the time.


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volunteer Tony Sackett and Laura Valdez of
Fiesta Divas didn't have the skill to win but
Jimmy Wever and Jay Branson did, as they took
first place and were undefeated in the process.


This is the true meaning of the buddy
system. As the sun went down, so did the
temperatures, but this trio of friends was still
up and walking at 5:30 Saturday morning.


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2013 Polk Senior Games Results


Powerlifting
Bench Press
Women
Age 50-54Wt 148: 1. Lenore Devore 115 lbs new
record.
Age 55-59 Wt 181:1. Gail Noland 70 lbs new record.
Age 70-74 Wt 97: 1. Patricia Ashby 50 Ibs new record
Age 70-74 Wt 123:1. Marlene Swartzfager 55 lbs new
record.
Age 70-74 Wt 198: 1. Carolyn Bolander 55 lbs.
Men
Age 50-54 Wt 198: 1. Randy Baublitz 220 lbs new
record.
Age 50-54 Wt 275: 1. Tony Parker 350 lbs new record.
Age 55-59Wt 165:1. Harry Carl 225 lbs,
Age 55-59 Wt 181:1. Dennis Folds 240 lbs new record.
Age 55-59 Wt 212: 1. John Callahan 290 lbs new
record.
Age 55-59 Wt 275: 1. Leoige Anthony 330 lbs new
record.
Age 60-64 Wt 181:1. Kelley Collier 225 lbs.
Age 60-64 Wt 220: 1. Gregory Policastro 300 lbs.
Age 60-64 Wt 248: 1. Mike Wood 345 lbs new record.
Age 65-69 Wt 148:1. Dennis Bishop 135 lbs.
Age 65-69 Wt 165:1. Al Annunziato 245 lbs new
record; 2. Ralph Papaleo 180 lbs.
Age 65-69 Wt 181:1. Alfred Manganello 240 lbs.
Age 65-69 Wt 220: 1. Buzz Tiffany 250 Ibs; 2. Robert
Peet 240 Ibs; 3. Joe Marsflio 220 Ibs; 4. Carlton Gilman
215 Ibs; 5. John Czerepak 205 lbs.
Age 65-69 Wt 242:1. Howard Brown 270 lbs new
record; 2. Anthony Dewberry 250 lbs.
Age 70-74 Wt 165:1. WD. Mott 175 lbs; 2. William
Bauer 170 lbs.
Age 70-74 Wt 181:1. Jacques Weaver 205 Ibs; 2.
Richard Grzegorczyk 180 lbs.
Age 70-74Wt 198: 1. Sherwood Ellis 210 lbs; 2. Otis
Perry 175 Ibs.
Age 70-74 Wt 220: 1. Daniel Formisano 250 lbs.
Age 70-74Wt 242: 1. Michael Brace 230 lbs.
Age 70-74 Wt 275:1. Cicero Carr 235 lbs.
Age 75-79 Wt 132:1. Dillon Maier 95 lbs new record.
Age 75-79 Wt 165: 1. Bill Tinkler 205 lbs new record; 2.
Bob English 135 lbs.
Age 75-79 Wt 242:1. Ralph Price 140 lbs.
Age 80-84 Wt 242:1. Donald Noland 85 lbs new
record.
Age 85-89 Wt 181:1. Jim Schroeder 70 lbs.
Dead Lift
Women
Age 50-54 Wt 148: 1. Lenore Devore 205 lbs new
record.
Age 70-74Wt 97: 1. Patricia Ashby 120 lbs new record.
Age 70-74 Wt 123:1. Marlene Swartzfager 115 lbs new
record.
Age 70-74Wt 132: 1. JoanneWestman 135 lbs new
record.
Age 70-74 Wt 198:1. Carolyn Bolander 150 lbs.
Men
Age 50-54 Wt 198: 1. Randy Baublltz 250 lbs.
Age 55-59 Wt 165:1. Harry Carl 300 lbs.
Age 55-59 Wt 181:1. Dennis Folds 235 lbs.
Age 55-59 Wt 242:1. John Callahan 400 lbs new
record.
Age 55-59 Wt 275: 1. Leoige Anthony 405 lbs new
record.
Age 60-64 Wt 181:1. Kelley Collier 470 lbs new record.
Age 60-64 Wt 220:1. Gregory Policastro 400 lbs.
Age 65-69 Wt 148: 1. Dennis Bishop 225 lbs.
Age 65-69 Wt 165: 1. Al Annunziato 470 Ibs;
Age 65-69 Wt 181:1. Alfred Manganello 400 lbs; 2.
Ralph Papaleo 260 lbs.
Age 65-69 Wt 220: 1. John Bertaland 350 Ibs; 2. Joe
Marsilio 250 lbs.
Age 70-74 Wt 181: 1. Jacques Weaver 280 lbs new
record; 2. Richard Grzegorczyk 220 lbs.
Age 70-74 Wt 198:1. Sherwood Ellis 400 Ibs; 2. Otis
Perry 250 lbs.
Age 70-74 Wt 275: 1. Cicero Carr 355 lbs new record.
Age 75-79 Wt 132: 1. Dillon Maier 250 lbs new record.
Age 75-79 Wt 165:1. Bill Tinkler 305 lbs new record.
Age 75-79Wt 181:1. Earl Owen 160 lbs.
Age 75-79 Wt 242:1. Joe Bolander 155 lbs.
Age 80-84 Wt 242:1. Donald Noland 120 lbs new
record.
Age 85-89 Wt 181:1. Jim Schroeder 120 lbs.

Punt, Pass and Kick
Women
Age 55-59:1. Gail Noland 136'11".
Age 60-64:1. Linda Armstrong 117'11".
Age 65-69: 1. Debra Hanes 1737 1/2".
Age 70-74: 1. Marlene Swartzfager 156'6 1/2"; 2.
Patricia Ashby 145'9"; 3. Nancy Johnston 138'10".
Age 75-79: 1. Claudette Braswell 133'4"; 2. Helen
Grieshaber 567".
Men
Age 55-59: 1. Gregory Watroba 374'8"; 2. Richard
Allen 129'.
Age 60-64:1. Donald Keller 341'9"; 2. Bob Garside
303'9"; 3. Garland Reynold 301'4".
Age 65-69:1. Dudley Thomas 327'5".
Age 70-74: 1. Bud Holowell 337'4"; 2. Bill Karjane
281'10"; 3. Lionel Pepin 268'4".
Age 75-79: 1. JohnWardner 211'2"; 2. Bob Brooks
203'10"; 3. Frank Freeland 181'3".
Age 80-84:1. Bob Kearns 185'11"; 2. Dick Cheney
179'9"; 3. Donald Noland 141'5".
Age 85-89: 1. Jim Schroder 171'5"; 2. Harry Morse
97'9 .

Racquetball
Singles
Women
Age 55-59: 1. Jocelyn Lowther.
Age 60-64:1. Jan Smith.
Age 65-69: 1. Annette Hall; 2. Debra Hanes.
Age 75-79:1. Claudette Braswell.

Men
Age 50-54: 1. Rex Light.
Age 55-59: 1. Rod Langford.
Age 60-64: 1. Leslie Jacobson; 2. Ken Drew; 3. Frank
Bacun.
Age 65-69: 1. Jay Braden; 2. Robert Zelazny; 3. Dennis
Bishop.
Age 75-79: 1. Earl Black; 2. Barry Steele; 3. Wallace
Corbeill.
Age 80-84: 1. Neal Root; 2. Donald Woodington.
Age 85-89: 1. Conrad Babb.

Doubles
Women
Age 50-54: 1. Annette Hall and Catherine Cabeza.
Age 55-59: 1. Jocelyn Lowther and Claudette Braswell.
Age 65-69: 1. Debra Hanes and Marta Groess.

Men
Age 55-59: 1. Bob Thies and Rod Langford.
Age 60-64: 1. Earl Black and James Woolcock; 2.
Robert Zelazny and Leslie Jacobson; 3. Ken Drew and
Bob Christ.

Road Race
5K
Women
Age 50-54: 1. Evelyn McClin 25:31.60; 2. Debi
Brightwell 26:00.43; 3. Jeannette Williams 32:47.50.
Age 55-59: 1. MaryBeth Freeman 23:38.35; 2. Roxanne


Youngs 28:15.30; 3. Jackie Wallace 35:58.18.
Age 60-64: 1. MarshaWest 29:01.38.
Age 65-69: 1. Georgie Gills 25:01.32; 2. Nancy Miller
30:08.44; 3. Theresa Ryland 31:58.15.
Age 70-74: 1. Ellen Prince 35:54.08.
Age 75-79: 1. Helen Grieshaber 48:46.56.
Men
Age 50-54: 1. Tim Williams 21:17.12; 2. Mark Codd
22;37.12; 3. Paul Nowell 23:11.94.
Age 55-59: 1. Louis Irwin 22:06.08.
Age 60-64: 1. Dean Johnson 24:17.43; 2. Bruce Kane
26:01.40; 3. Phillip Mays 36:16.98.
Age 65-69: 1. Danny Glenn 23:49.74; 2. Rob Mason
25:39.81; 3. Bob Briggs 26:16.86.
Age 70-74: 1. John Fallot 23:00.01; 2. Frank Brume
24:45.64; 3. David Bakley 27:01.33.
Age 75-79: I.Willi Fretz 26:45.04; 2. Robert Payne
29:35.25; 3. Fritz Elmhorst 30:24.99.
Age 80-84: 1. Bob Kearns 41:11.79.
Age 85-89: 1. Gene Nowell 57:24.14.

Scrabble
Age 50-59: 1. Connie Madrid; 2. Gail Noland; 3.
Charles Harman.
Age 60-69: 1. Nancy Vojtasek; 2. Becky Anderson; 3.
James Christian.
Age 70-79: 1. Barbara Gilliland; 2. Phyllis Kupchun; 3.
Mary Sullivan.
Age 80-89: 1. Anthony Jenkins; 2. Jayne Platt; 3. Joan
Harman.

Senior Smarts
Age 55-59: 1. Susan Prevatt; 2. Gail Noland; 3. Charles
Harman.
Age 60-64: 1. Thomas'Vojtasek; 2. Jan Smith; 3. Fern
Gerber.
Age 65-69: 1. Joel Buschek; 2. Dennis Bishop; 3. Ralph
Papaleo.
Age 70-74: 1. Harvey Cohen; 2. tie Susan McCombe
and Donald Smith; 3. Gary Coram.
Age 75-79: 1. Tom Keller; 2. Bruce Baird; 3. Diane
Quinn.
Age 80-84: 1. Donald Noland; 2. Norma Kemp; 3.
Gracia Marsh.
Age 85-89: 1. Rosemary Rissman; 2. tie, Jim Marvin
and Jim Schroder; 3. Harry Morse.
Age 95-99: 1. Arland Meade.

Shooting
Rifle Shooting
Women
Age 60-64:1. Jan Smith 448 new record.
Age 75-79: 1. Beverly Lyon 592 new record.

Men
Age 65-69: 1. Roger Statzer 596 new record; 2. Cecil
Keen 589; 3. Daniel Valeri 479.
Age 70-74: 1. Walter Saunders 598 new record; 2.
Woodford Miller 596; 3. John Anderson 409.
Age 75-79: 1. George Hotchkiss 589 new record; 2. Joe
Bolander 440; 3. Carl Baron 351.
Age 80-84: 1. Stanley Searfoss 599 new record; 2.
Eugene Lyon 597; 3. Lowell Hamilton 596.

Skeet Shooting
Women
Age 60-64:1. Peggy DeVivo 22 new record.
Men
Age 60-64:1. Bruce DeVivo 36; 2. Ray Calafell 33; 3.
Stephen Brunt 9.
Age 65-69: 1. Michael Duncan 44; 2. John Helm 40; 3.
Carlton Thistle 39.
Age 70-74: 1. Jon Martin 46; 2. Allen Smith 39; 3.
Florence Hess 31.
Age 75-79: 1. Melvin Constant 42; 2. George Hodgkiss
39; 3. Leonard Holcroft 37.
Trap Shooting
Women
Age 55-59: 1. JanetWickman 26 new record.
Age 65-69: 1. Patricia Hill 35 new record.
Age 75-79: 1. Chris Sikes 30 new record.
Men
Age 60-64:1. David Wright 44; 2. Steve Achterhof 43;
3. Ray Calafell 37.
Age 65-69: 1. John Helm 48; 2. Stevan Hill 47; 3. Jerry
Quintal 44.
Age 70-74: 1. Elmer Schott 46 new record; 2. Gary
Hemly 44; 3. Jon Martin 44.
Age 75-79: 1. Melvin Constant 43; 2. Ronald Shultz 37;
3. Frank Freeland 34.
Age 80-84: 1. Gene Regnier 48 new record; 2. Lee
Merriman 44; 3. Donald Noland 25.

Shuffleboard Singles
Women
Age 55-59: 1. Barbara Koenig.
Age 60-64: 1. Pauline Murphy; 2. Linda Armstrong; 3.
Janis Stanley; 4. Teresa Vermeulen.
Age 65-69: 1. Joan Sponagle; 2. Diane Belyew; 3.
JeanieWessell; 4. Susan Stull.
Age 70-74: 1. MaryWildt; 2. Anita Shorts; 3. Sylvia
Nichols; 4. Alinda Bishop.
Age 75-79: 1. Doreen Norman; 2. Jean MacLauchlan;
3. Diane Quinn; 4. Louisa Wilkinson.
Age 80-84: 1. Doris Bumstead; 2. Janet McKnight; 3.
Margaret Smith; 4. Dorothy Sutphin.
Age 90-94: 1. Virginia Glezen.
Men
Age 55-59: 1. Roy Packard; 2. Dean Myklejord; 3.
Stanley Tredway; 4. David Martin.
Age 60-64:1. Gabby Gabbard; 2. Gene Burch.
Age 65-69: 1. Howard Rupert; 2. George Young; 3. Jim
Helms; 4. Craig Stein.
Age 70-74: 1. Donald Hiar; 2. James Yerian; 3. Jon
Friedl; 4. Myron Sponagle.
Age 75-79: 1. Paul Sauerwine; 2. Arthur Shorts; 3. Jack
Mahoney; 4. Paul Starkey.
Age 80-84: 1. Donald Woodington; 2. John
Moeggenberg; 3. Donald Wilkinson; 4. Beverly Sutphin.
Age 85-89: 1. Harry Morse; 2. Stanley Van Vleet; 3.
George Beeson; 4. Allen Stull.
Age 95-99: 1. Arland Meade
Shuffleboard Doubles
Age 55-59: 1. Roy Packard and Betty Yerian; 2. George
Hinman and Dean Myklejord; 3. David Martin and Mack
Camaione.
Age 60-64: 1. Linda Armstrong and Henry Armstrong;
2. Richard Gebo and Gabby Gabbard; 3. Doris Bumstead
and Nancy McLean.
Age 65-69: 1. Richard Cross and Jon Friedl; 2. Gerald
Deren and Larry Roan; 3. Jim Helms and David Sanborn.
Age 70-74: 1. Jim Shelton and Edward Perkins; 2.
Arthur Shorts and Anita Shorts; 3. Robert Borus and Jack
Mahoney.
Age 75-79: 1. Jim Giselbach and Lionel Young; 2. Sara
Witflinger and Donald Wilinson; 3. Doreen Norman and
Edgar Norman.
Age 80-84: 1. Paquale Troia and Edith Weigert; 2.
Theresa Weinberg and WilmaYoung; 3. Robert Stachnik
and Howard Shutt.
MAfe 85-89: 1. Robert Bleacher and Jack Morris; 2. Mary
Lawton and Stanley Van Viett; 3. Harold Sluyter and
James Norton.
Softball
Women
Age 50+: 1. Sunny Beaches Patricia Thomas, Eugenia


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Minor, Evey
Roberts, Ann
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Lisa Gross, Lisa
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1, Janet Hooper, Susan Hopkins, Age 95-99: 1. Arland Meade 2:05.23.
Cindy McCarthy, Joann Owens, Jane
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rol Walthers. 2. Village Diamonds Women
Bryant, Mary Ann Bubelnik, Vail Age 50-54: 1. Lorraine Valerino 1:42.48.
Raymond Durbin, Candi Hallam, Age 60-64:1. Jan Smith 1:54.04.
Kennedy, Josie laNasa, Cristi Morgan, Age 70-74: 1. Kathleen O'Leary 1:59.27; 2. Alberdina
vlargaret Moses, Jan Pethers, Sarie Brown 2:44.74.
nonsky, Avis Vaught, Carol Waters. Age 75-79: 1. Doris Prokopi 2:21.62.
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enny Shaffer, Jeffrey Simon, Danny Age 70-74: 1. Loren Sibilla 4:56.30; 2. Jim Corbeil
se, Sam Lopez. 5:33.95; 3. Larry Smucker 6:41.63.
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prison, Dick Mahon, Angel Martinez, Age 80-84: 1. Dick Foster 4:43.32.
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ie Sanders 1:55.05. Swiger 3:29.31; 3. James Luffman 4:17.12.
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en Sale 31.83; 2. Ralph Swiger 43.01. 8:20.61.
bin Wickman 41.49; 2. Ken Hickey Age 75-79: 1. Fred Becket 5:55.55.









Frostproof, Fort Meade will renew football rivalry


Schedules released with backdrop of state legislation to change FHSAA


By BRIAN ACKLEY
BACKLEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM

Local football fans should circle Oct 25
on their calendars, and get ready to see
some new faces on the high school football
field this fall.
Polk County has finalized its 2013 fall
football schedules, highlighted locally by
a matchup at Faris Brannen Stadium on
Oct 25 as rivals Frostproof and Fort Meade
meet in what will likely be a key district
contest
The two schools will remain in the
same district for the next two years. There
had been much talk last fall that the two
schools might drop to Class 1A because of
their size, but the two will remain as Class
3A schools now.
The drop-down would be to allow Fort
Meade and Frostproof to more regularly
play schools their own size in student
enrollment. But it also would have
precipitated much lengthier bus trips for
not only the football team, but potentially
other school teams too, so the decision was
made to stay at the 3A level.
The two local schools have played in a
four-team district the last two years, but
that will now swell to five teams with the
realignment Frostproof, Fort Meade and
Lakeland Christian remain in what is now
Class 3A, District 4, and will be joined by


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Last fall, it appeared that Frostproof and
Fort Meade might hook up with Crescent
City, Taylor andWildwood in a five-team
Class 1A set-up before it was scrapped in
the final plan.
Frostproof will have one unusual sched-
ule quirk its bye date comes on the final
regular season Friday of the season, Nov. 8.
Fort Meade's open Friday date is Oct. 11.
The Bulldogs will be at home against
Bartow for their pre-season Kickoff Classic
on Aug. 23, and open their regular season
at home against Avon Park Aug. 30. They
are home Sept. 6 against Tenoroc, before
hitting the road for three straight away
games, Sept. 13 at Mulberry, Sept. 20 in the
district opener at Bishop McLaughlin and
Sept.27 at Hardee.
Frostproof will then return home for just
one game, Oct. 4 against Tampa Catholic,
before playing at DeSoto on Oct. 11 and
at Lakeland Christian Oct. 18. They finish
with two home games, the Oct 25 date
against Fort Meade and on Nov. 1 against
Berkeley Prep.
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comes on the road Aug. 23 in a Classic
match-up against Lake Region. The
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that could significantly reduce FHSAAs
powers.
As the Florida High School Athletic
Association began studying one bill that
could change its policies and politics, a
state legislator filed another one that would
go even further.
That bill would boot the FHSANs current
board of directors, slash its finances and
restrict its investigative powers. It marks the
third time the state legislature has targeted
Florida's governing body for high school
sports in 14 months.
"What other (nonprofit) does the
legislature go in and regulate how the
board operates, how the board works, who
they select as the CEO and how much
they pay them?" FHSAA executive director
Roger Dearing asked in a phone interview
this week.
Two proposed bills would do that to the
FHSAA, the 92-year-old nonprofit organi-
zation that governs about 800 of the state's
public or private high schools.
HB 1279 filed recently by Rep. Larry
Metz, R-Eustis would have the biggest
impact. Two provisions among its 677 lines
would limit the FHSAAs investigations to
90 days and keep its investigators from
searching homes to check whether a family
lives where it says it does.
Those changes would have restricted a
six-month investigation into Armwood's
football program that ruled five players in-
eligible for falsifying residency information
and resulted in the team being stripped of
its 2011 state title.
Dearing said the FHSAA would abide by
any changes and that schools or districts
would have to assume more responsibility
for checking residences if the association's
investigators could not.
"It's difficult to ascertain the valid resi-
dence of a kid when it's called in question,"
Dearing said. "But that statute prevents our
investigators from doing it."
Metz's bill also looks to change the
FHSAAs structure and finances. Instead
of being chosen by the FHSANs board
of directors, the association's executive
director would be appointed by the state's
commissioner of education. The current
board members would end their terms on
Sept 30 and not be allowed back.
HB 1279 proposes to chop the associa-
tion's income from dues, fees and games in
half. The biggest hit would come from the
FHSAAs loss in contest revenue. It earns
more than $2.5 million of its $5.2 million
budget by collecting a portion of gate
receipts from events like playoff games and
football classics, according to its 2012-13
budget
The association has already halved its
dues the past two years. Schools pay the
FHSAA between $330 and $1,100 annually
to be a member. Those dues total only
$214,000, or about 4 percent of its budget
Chief financial officer Linda Robertson
said the organization would have to re-
think its workshops for coaches or officials
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PHOTOS BY K.M.
THORNTON SR.
Part of Saturday's
ceremonies was the
throwing out of the
first pitch of the
season. Getting the
softball honors was
King Smith, who is
shown throwing to
Bianca Caceres.


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SIt was perfect weather Saturday for the start of
Honored Saturday for his contributions to the youth baseball and softball season. Hundreds
the Fros"proof youth baseball and softball gathered for special opening day ceremonies,
programs was King Smith, right, who is the which were highlighted by a special presentation
head softball coach at Frostproof Middle Senior to a pair of longtime supporters of youth sports in
High School. Presenting Smith with a plaque is Frostproof. Here, Henry Smith, left, is honored by
league president Eric Courtney. league president Eric Courtney.


Henry Smith tosses a ceremonial first pitch Saturday to Joshua Brewer during the Opening Day
event for Frostproof youth baseball and softball teams.


FOOTBALL
FROM PAGE 16
if the plan passes because those clinics
are funded completely by fees that would
shrink. But because the FHSAA has saved
for an emergency, it wouldn't have to make
drastic changes for at least five years.
"It would not close the doors of the
association," Robertson said.
Neither would SB 1164, which was
introduced into the education committee
recently as well.
That bill, sponsored by Sen. Kelli Stargel,
R-Lakeland, is an extension of the HB 1403
transfer policy the Lakeland Republican
wrote last year.
Dearing said that bill would make two
major changes. If a team uses an ineligible
player, the FHSAA couldn't issue forfeits
because the punishment would affect
innocent players on the team who followed
the rules.
"What about all those seven or eight
or nine schools who were negatively
impacted by having this ineligible player
play?" Dearing said.
The other change centers on the follow-
the-coach rule, which makes players ineli-
gible if they transfer to a school where their
club coach also coaches. SB 1164 would
prevent the FHSAA from suspending the


player, so, Dearing said, it would have
to punish the coach. Doing that could
cause legal problems because the coach is
employed by a school, not the FHSAA.
Both proposals would further prohibit
the FHSAA from ruling athletes ineligible
by giving all of that responsibility to schools
or districts. If the FHSAA disagreed with a
ruling, it would have to make a case before
a judge at the Division of Administrative
Hearings.
Dearing said that's not too different from
the FHSAAs current policy, where it inves-
tigates and delivers its findings to appeals
boards who render final decisions.
"That changes it," Dearing said, "but our
responsibility to gather the evidence or
produce the facts is the same."
The bills would change the makeup
of the board of directors, which hires the
executive director, sets the FHSAAs policies
and oversees its budget.
Of the current 16 members, 12 are
elected while the other four are appointed
by the governor or commissioner of educa-
tion. The new plan would call for 13 of the
25 board members to be appointed by
legislators, the governor or the commis-
sioner of education.
"They're elected by their peers," Dearing
said of the current system. "That's repre-
sentative government."
(Information for this story was also
obtained through wire service reports.)


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FEELING


Rooting for the radish family


Meet the radish family: one of its
members, the pretty, red, round root
you sometimes use as food garnish
at social gatherings, is probably
familiar. Unfortunately, this little
vegetable and its many relatives are
often overlooked for taste, crunchi-
ness, versatility, and nutritional
value.
Radishes, used since antiquity for
culinary and medicinal purposes,
are a large family of root vegetables
and are related to the cabbage. They
come in numerous sizes shapes and
colors. Some are elongated, others
are round and plump. Colors range
from white, pink, red, to gray, purple
and black. Among members of the
radish family are turnip, wasabi,
kohlrabi, daikon, rutabaga, and
horseradish. These vegetables are
heavily used in Central and East
Europe as well as in Asia. Oaxaca,
Mexico celebrates "Night of the
Radishes" on Dec. 23. The traditional
horseradish and beet sauce, Maror, is
eaten with matzo as a symbolic dish
during the Passover Seder celebrated
by the Jews.
Potent compounds present in
radishes are also used for medicinal
purposes in some cultures. The roots
are prescribed for intestinal worms
in children, infection of the urinary
tract, bronchitis, gout, arthritis,
cancer prevention, and for stimulat-
ing liver and intestinal function. The
vegetables are also rich in vitamin C,
some of the B vitamins, potassium,
and calcium.
Radishes are widely available
throughout the year. Although
their leaves are edible and can be
cooked like any greens, or con-
sumed raw in salads, most produce
retail outlets sell the roots only,
with the tops removed or separated
from them.
Radishes' unique, mild to spicy
taste, depending on the cultivar,
lends itself to numerous culinary
uses: raw, steamed, roasted, pickled,
sprouted, or for juicing vegetables.
They add a tsunami of flavor to a
raw salad, thinly sliced or grated,


and enhance pasta or potato salads,
sandwiches, stir-fried with meat, or
as condiments. Horseradish which is
particularly hot and pungent is used
by cooks as prepared condiment,
combined with a vinegar brine and/
or mayonnaise or salad dressing. It
is served with beef, fish, and pork,
in sandwiches, and some cocktails,
such as the Bloody Mary.
Because of the powerful chemistry
of the horseradish, it should not be
fed to children under 4, or in large
quantities to pregnant women.
Collinsville, Ill., top importer
of the root is the Horseradish
Capital of the World, and celebrates
International Horseradish Festival
every spring.
Sliced radishes provide great
textural and flavor contrast when in-
cluded in a dish. 1-2 finely grated red
radishes add a scrumptious flavor to
vinaigrette dressing.
So get up close and personal
with radishes; tap into their health
benefits and fabulous flavor.

Steamed Turnip Root
(Serves 2)
2 well-shaped, medium turnip roots
Black pepper
Salt

With a paring knife, thinly peel
and rinse the roots. Cut each in half.
Sprinkle salt and pepper. Steam for 15
minutes, or until tender but not mushy!

Avocado/Radish Sandwich
(Serves 2)
5 slices whole grain bread, toasted


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Avocado horseradish sandwiches piled on top of each other.


1 ripe Haas avocado
6 small red radishes, thinly sliced
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
1/2 teaspoon lemon zest, finely
grated
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Salt and pepper
Mash avocado and mix with all
other ingredients, except radishes.
Evenly spread a thick layer of avocado
mixture on each slice of bread. Cut
each bread slice in half. Top with the
radish slices.


Oriental Chicken Salad
(Serves 2)
0.85 lb cooked, skinless, boneless
chicken
4 radishes, thinly sliced
3 cups fresh bean sprouts
1/2 yellow bell pepper, seeded, diced
2 green onions, chopped
2 small carrots, thinly sliced
DRESSING:
4 tablespoons cooking olive oil
2 tablespoons soy sauce
1 garlic clove, finely grated
1 teaspoon honey

In a medium bowl, make dressing,
set aside. Cut chicken into bite-sized
pieces. Add all ingredients to dressing.
Chill.

Steamed Rutabaga
(Serves 2)
1 medium rutabaga
CUTTING AND PEELING: With a
large sharp knife, cut rutabaga in half
on a cutting board. Cut each half in
half. Holding one quarter rutabaga on
the board, flat side down, peel the skin,
keeping vegetable on board. Continue
until entire rutabaga is peeled. Rinse
the 4 pieces. Cut into bite-size chunks.
Steam for 20 min until fork can be
easily inserted into root. (A cooked
rutabaga will be firmer than a cooked
potato).

Judy E. Buss is a nutritional cook-
ing instructor. She is a member of the
American Nutrition Association, and a
columnist and member of the American
Holistic Health Association.

Oriental chicken salad is nutritious and
delicious.


HEALTH, MIND&CODY


April 10, 2013


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Behers named new spiritual care manager


Lakeland resident Richard Behers
was named spiritual care manager for
the seven-county region serviced by
Cornerstone Hospice.
Behers was born and reared in
Pittsburgh, Penn., received his un-
dergraduate degree at William Carey
College with a BA in Biblical Studies
and Psychology. He earned a Master of
Divinity degree at Mid-America Baptist
Theological Seminary in Memphis,
Tenn., and a Doctor of Ministry at
Luther Rice Seminary in Atlanta, Ga.
He served four churches in Florida as
senior pastor for 25 years.
Behers' service as a Chaplain is
highlighted by his work with dementia
patients. He developed and created
the Communication Care Kit, which
enables a caregiver to interact with their


loved one with dementia. He is present-
ing a webinar titled, Communicating
Spirituality to Patients with Alzheimer's
and other Dementias, from 2-3:30 p.m.
April 11 as part of his efforts in
Continuing Education with APC.
"Hospice Chaplains bring a tremen-
dous amount of pastoral care skills and
heart to each patient and family mem-
ber. Also, I believe in the leadership
model of Cornerstone's CEO, Chuck
Lee. The concept of'servant leadership'
fits perfectly into the hospice model of
care," said Behers.
Behers served two affiliates of
Chapters Healthcare as Chaplain and
Spiritual Care Manager. He also served
at Hope Hospice as Chaplain Advisor.
His community involvement includes
serving as vice chairman of the Board of


Directors at Polk Family Caregivers.
He is a Board Certified Chaplain
through the Association of Professional
Chaplains. He is married to Connie and
they reside in Lakeland.
For inquiries on bereavement and
spiritual care issues at Cornerstone
Hospice, call 863-291-5560 or toll-free
1-800-503-5756.

LWMC solicits patient
choice nominees
Lake Wales Medical Center is solicit-
ing nominations to honor one of its
nurses through the annual Patient
Choice Award program.
This award recognizes the level of
quality care, comfort and compassion
offered by nurses each day throughout


the hospital. Continuing the tradition of
the past few years, the hospital is asking
for input from the community, and one
nurse chosen from the nominations
will receive the Patient Choice Award
during the hospital's celebration of
Nurses' Week/National Hospital Week,
May 5-11.
Because patients are the ones di-
rectly impacted by outstanding patient
care, the hospital is asking former
patients and family members to be
involved in spotlighting an exceptional
nurse.
Nominations for the 2012 Patient
Choice Award will be accepted until
Friday April 26. Nominations can be
made online at the hospital's Website
at www.lakewalesmedicalcenter.com/
nominations.


The Fallen Warriors


K


PHOTOS BY AILEEN HOOD.
A 21-gun salute by the Post 4289 & Post 8 Honor Guard honors the Fallen Warriors at the
ceremony in Winter haven Saturday.


A Day of
Honor and
Remem-
brance was
celebrated
in Winter
Haven
Saturday
by the
American
Legion #8 to
The Fallen
Heroes
Founda-
tion of Polk
County.


Above: The names of the soldiers who died in the
war on terror from Polk County were put in place
S Saturday at a ceremony in Winter Haven. The
plaques are for Sgt. Keith E. Coe, P03 Ronald A.
Ginther, Pvt. Nolen R. Hutchings, Ssgt. Randy M.
Haney, Cpl. Ronald R. Payne Jr., Ssgt John Reiners,
Pfc. Joey Sams and Ryan M. Lumley. Plaques for 12
other soldiers were also placed.












The tribute to the Fallen Warrior. The brochure
handed out at the ceremony Saturday said, "Without
the Armed Forces of the United States of America,
We would not have the freedom we enjoy today for
freedom is never free."


You deserve personalized quality health care!
Benigno Feliciano, M.D
Diplomate of the American
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Cardiac Diseases
|Treating all High Blood Pressure
'^ ,. adult illnesses Pulmonary Diseases
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Lake Wales, Florida


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Walk ins welcome Same day appointments
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A moving tribute to the Fallen Warriors.


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REAL ESTATE


Wednesday, April 10, 2013


CLASSIFIED


Autos
Auctions
Items for Sale
Homes for Sale
Homes for Rent
and More...


R A OTr W I A KI F A Ic F AS F0R T T M FA F FDE I R TPRO O F H A INES CITY LA K E LAN D


W IN TER H A V EN


Great News!!!


The Lake Wales

housing market is

good! Yes, it is truE
Buyer's are
benefiting DoloresVoe
from low, low
interest rates j
and the abil-
ity of financ-
ing 100%
with a USDA Legacy Real Estate, In
insured loan.
USDA loans
are available
for all of the statistics are specific t
greater Lake Wales area.. Lake Wales and consi(
Another great option is almost the same num
FHA financing which al- of closed transactions
lows you to finance up to through April. As you
97.5%; putting just 3.5% can see, whether you
down! With these great buying or selling you'
options, it is no wonder be able to benefit fror
our housing market is today's market!
good! As real estate profess
There is good news for sionals, we can guide
Sellers too! Home values through each step of 1
are up from this time last buying process and hE
year. The average sale you find the right pro
price this time last year gram for your individi
was $89,700, this year situation.
the average sale price is Investors...there are
$94,957. That is a gain still great deals to be
of nearly 6%. These had! Have your Realts


c.


This home at 1014 Highview Dr Lake Wales, sold at the end of March for $87,000. The home is a
3 bed/ 2 bath with lake views. It is in a convenient location close to parks and walking trails! Legacy listed and sold!


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keep you informed of
new listings and be
ready to move quickly!
Foreclosures and short
sales are still present in
the market, representing
over 20% of the homes
currently for sale in Lake
Wales.
Sellers...with inventory
levels low, now is a great
time to put your home
on the market! As you
can see, values are up
and demand is high! Ask
your Realtor for a current
market analysis of your
home and let them show
you how to maximize


your home's value to
attract today's buying
market!
If you feel your home
is still "under water"
(your current mortgage
is greater than the homes
value), there are options
for your situation as well.
Be open and honest
with your Realtor, they
will be able to guide you
and help you decide if a
short sale is right for you.
Of course, you should
always consult a tax pro-
fessional and attorney to
be sure you understand
all of the effects a short


sale can have with tax
liability and clearing the
debt to the mortgage
holder.
It is an exciting time


for us as Realtors and we
are happy to see positive
movement in the Lake
Wales market.


JUST LISTED!
Very nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
concrete block home, located on
corner lot in Frostproof, fenced in
.- backyard.
Asking $ 89,500


Melba C. Taylor,
Realtor/Broker
S10 N. Scenic Hwy.
Frostproof, FL 33843


863-635-4246


LAKE KISSIMMEE CANAL FRONTAGE
3/2 furnished, all new
appliances, 2 porches,
2 garages, boathouse, lift.
Asking $224,000
Call Donna Barron
863-224-4263
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Fully Furnished 3BR/2BA home LR/
DR comob, 23x19.6 Family rm/50"
TV/ dry bar with beverage cooler, all
appliances 2011/2012, 2-car garage,
2 porches, fenced bk yard, 18x20
al. carport on 30x30 slab, hot tub,
newer vinyl siding & MORE!
"SELL IT TODAY"SAYS OWNERS!
$133,500


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405 Walter Avenue
Charming 3 bed 1.5 bath CB
Home in Sun Ray, wood laminate
flooring, freshly painted,
2 enclosed porches, carport,
storage rm, appliances
$64,900 OBO!!!
Michelle Hutto, Broker, Keystone Realty, Inc.
realtygiri@juno.com
245 S. Scenic Hwy., Frostproof, FL 33843
863-528-1136(cell), 863-635-0030 (office)
www.Keystone-RealEstate.NET


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TRI-LEVEL LAKEFRONT HOME
7 Bedroom 4.5 bath home with a full
private living quarters in basement.
Formal living room leads to large lanai
and pool area. Home has new carpet,
fresh paint and 2 fireplaces. The fenced
yard has a beach area with dock and
boat cover. $254.900


OWNER FINANCING
This spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath home
has a formal living and dining room, a
large eat-in kitchen and a bonus room
that could be in-law quarters. Exterior
has been freshly painted. A beautifully
shaded lot with large oak trees. Owner
financing is available. $119,900


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'We Are Pledged To The Letter And
Spirit of U.S. Policy For The Achieve-
ment Of Equal Housing Opportunity
Throughout The Nation. We Encour-
age And Support An Affirmative
Advertising And Marketing Program In
Which there Are No Barriers To
Obtaining Housing Because of Race,
Color, Religion, Sec, Handicap, Famil-
ial Status Or National Origin."

1020 HOUSES FOR SALE


1260 J.:,rnh L3,e Reedy Newv
Listing! 2/3BR 1BA Lakefront
home, living-dining rm, Forida
rm, large shed, dock/boat shel-
ter, well & city water. ASKING
$125,000 (home is grey)
ESTELLE SULLIVAN REALTY
109 N. Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
863-632-2062
www.EstelleSullivan.com
WINTER HAVEN 3440
Avenue D NW. 2Bd 11a SF
1,111 sq ft fixer-upper Lease
option or cash discount
$2,000.00 Down $685.00
Mo 803.978.1542
19 MCCARTHY AVE,
FROSTPROOF Large home
on spacious lot, Broker is part
owner. 3 bedrooms 2 bath.
Spacious kitchen/family
room, with attached
1 bed/1 bath apartment,
detached workshop, fenced in
back yard on almost 1 acre.
$69,900, FROSTPROOF
REALTY LLC (863) 6354246
www.frostproofrealty.com
405 N PALM AVE, FROST-
PROOF 3 bedroom and 2
bath block home on corner lot
with fenced rear yard in Frost-
proof, freshly painted inside.
Great condition. $89,500
FROSTPROOF REALTY LLC
(863) 635-4246 www.frost-
proofrealty.corn
105 CHARLES ST, FROST-
PROOF Block home located
in Sun Ray community, ceram-
ic tile floors split bedroom
plan, single garage plus work-
shop, completely furnished.
$59,900 FROSTPROOF REAL-
TY LLC (863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com

356 WALTER AVE, FROST-
PROOF 3/1 block home with
split bedroom plan, bonus
room, Florida room, fenced in
back yard with newer utility
building, metal roof. $53,500
FROSTPROOF REALTY LLC
(863) 635-4246 www.frost-
proofrealty.com

331 W F ST, FROSTPROOF
3/2 home with additional 1/1
apartment with separate
entrance in a very desirable,
quiet neighborhood, just
steps from Clinch Lake. New
wood flooring in front
entrance, dining room and
family room. Fireplace in fam-
ily room with sliding doors to
screened-in porch and large
fenced backyard. Master bed-
room has ensuite bathroom
and two closets (one walk-in).
$138,000 FROSTPROOF
REALTY LLC (863) 6354246
www.frostproofrealty.com
110 N LAKE REEDY BLVD.
FROSTPROOF Very nice
home on Beautiful Lake
Reedy. Very well maintained
home with remodeled kitchen
with ceramic tile floor with a


mosaic design, main bath-
room has been remodeled.
Has living room, family room
and formal dining room, large
porch overlooking lake, dou-
ble carport, nice dock with
boatslip. $219,900 FROST-
PROOF REALTY LLC (863)
635-4246 www.frostproofre-
alty.com
212 N LAKE REEDY BLVD,
FROSTPROOF Spacious
brick home on Lake Reedy.
Sunken living room with fire-
place, Florida room, large
ame room, fishing dock.
169,900 FROSTPROOF
REALTY LLC (863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
413 HWY 630, FROST-
PROOF This cozy lakefront
cottage has lots of charm and
is located on Lake Clinch.
Spacious family room, ceram-
ic tile and wood floors
throughout home. $169,900
FROSTPROOF REALTY LLC
(863) 635-4246 www.frost-
proofrealty.com
29 HEIGHTS AVE, FROST-
PROOF Brick home located
on Lake Clinch on a quiet
street. Walking distance to
downtown, library, churches,
schools. Spacious bedrooms
with split bedroom plan, for-
mal living room, formal dining
room, breakfast nook off the
kitchen, large family room
with great view of the sunset
over the lake. 2 car attached
garage, office and bathroom
in rear of garage. $265,000
FROSTPROOF REALTY LLC
(863) 635-4246 www.frost-
proofrealty.com
361 N LAKE REEDY BLVD,
FROSTPROOF Block home
with large corner lot, recently
updated Kitchen with granite
counter tops, ceramic tile
floors, wood cabinets, large
living room and master bed-
room, fenced in back yard.
$79,900 FROSTPROOF REAL-
TY LLC (863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
FROSTPROOF REALTY LLC
(863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com

1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
19 MCCARTHY AVE,
FROSTPROOF Large home
on spacious lot, Broker is part
owner. 3 bedrooms 2 bath.
Spacious kitchen/family
room, with attached
I bed/I bath apartment,
detached workshop, fenced in
back yard on almost 1 acre.
$69,900, FROSTPROOF
REALTY LLC (863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com

405 N PALM AVE, FROST-
PROOF 3 bedroom and 2
bath block home on corner lot
with fenced rear yard in Frost-
proof, freshly painted inside.
Great condition. $89,500
FROSTPROOF REALTY LLC
(863) 635-4246 www.frost-
proofrealty.com

105 CHARLES ST, FROST-
PROOF Block home located
in Sun Ray community, ceram-
ic tile floors split bedroom
plan, single garage plus work-
shop, completely furnished.
$59,900 FROSTPROOF REAL-
TY LLC (863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
356 WALTER AVE, FROST-
PROOF 3/1 block home with
split bedroom plan, bonus
room, Florida room, fenced in
back yard with newer utility
building, metal roof. $53,500
FROSTPROOF REALTY LLC
(863) 6354246 www.frost-
proofrealty.com
331 W F ST, FROSTPROOF
3/2 home with additional 1/1
apartment with separate


entrance in a very desirable,
quiet neighborhood, just
steps from Clinch Lake. New
wood flooring in front
entrance, dining room and
family room. Fireplace in fam-
ily room with sliding doors to
screened-in porch and large
fenced backyard. Master bed-
room has ensuite bathroom
and two closets (one walk-in).
$138,000 FROSTPROOF
REALTY LLC (863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
110 N LAKE REEDY BLVD,
FROSTPROOF Very nice
home on Beautiful Lake
Reedy. Very well maintained
home with remodeled kitchen
with ceramic tile floor with a
mosaic design, main bath-
room has been remodeled.
Has living room, family room
and formal dining room, large
porch overlooking lake, dou-
ble carport, nice dock with
boatslip. $219,900 FROST-
PROOF REALTY LLC (863)
635-4246 www.frostproofre-
alty.com
212 N LAKE REEDY BLVD,
FROSTPROOF Spacious
brick home on Lake Reedy.
Sunken living room with fire-
place, Florida room, large
ame room, fishing dock.
169,900 FROSTPROOF
REALTY LLC (863) 6354246
www.frostproofrealty.com

413 HWY 630, FROST-
PROOF This cozy lakefront
cottage has lots of charm and
is located on Lake Clinch.
Spacious family room, ceram-
ic tile and wood floors
throughout home. $169,900
FROSTPROOF REALTY LLC
(863) 635-4246 www.frost-
proofrealty.com
29 HEIGHTS AVE, FROST-
PROOF Brick, home located
on Lake Clinch on a quiet
street. Walking distance to
downtown, library, churches,
schools. Spacious bedrooms
with split bedroom plan, for-
mal living room, formal dining
room, breakfast nook off the
kitchen, large family room
with great view of the sunset
over the lake. 2 car attached
garage, office and bathroom
in rear of garage. $265,000
FROSTPROOF REALTY LLC
(863) 6354246 www.frost-
proofrealty.com

361 N LAKE REEDY BLVD,
FROSTPROOF Block home
with large corner lot, recently
updated Kitchen with granite
counter tops, ceramic tile
floors, wood cabinets, large
living room and master bed-
room, fenced in back yard.
$79,900 FROSTPROOF REAL-
TY LLC (863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
FROSTPROOF REALTY LLC


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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
SPACIOUS LIVING This 3
bedroom 2.5 bath located on
just under a 1/2 acre with
2,084 sq. ft. living. Large liv-
ing room with fireplace. Open
kitchen overlooks dining area.
Screened porch with fenced
back yard; just listed at
$154,900 ID #3623 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
LAKEFRONT HOME ON
LAKE WALK-IN-WATER,
large covered dock with boat
lift, formal living and dining
room, family room with fire
place, enclosed Florida room,
remodeled kitchen with break-
fast nook, sun room, work
shop, screen porch; Spectac-
ular views from family room,
kitchen and Florida room, lush
landscaping, privacy fenced
yard, utility shed, $255,000
ID #9402 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
m
CORNER LOT HOME Neat,
Clean and move in ready. This
home has a newer roof, floor-
ing and freshly painted interi-
or. Split bedroom floor plan.
Large formal dining room,
spacious living room. Laundry
room could be converted into
another bedroom or even a
2nd bathroom. Just under a
1/4 of an acre fenced lot; just
listed at $77,700 ID #520
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
m
CANAL FRONT HOME 4
bedroom 2 bath home with a
bonus room, patio area, 2 car
carport located on canal lead-
ing to Lake Buffum; just listed
at $68,500 ID #3523 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
CUTE HOME Nice 2 bed-
room 2 bath home with a
breakfast bar, ample cabinet
space, living/dining room
combo, new carpet, utility
room, walk in closet, Florida
room and 1 car garage; just
listed at $89,900 ID #3320
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
m
2 BED 2 BATH HOME This
home has a spacious Florida
room, a covered screened
porch with ceramic tile floor-
ing, fenced yard, new carpet,
paint, a/c unit, range, dish-
washer, and septic system.
Just listed at $69,900 ID


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
#105 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
m
FIXER UPPER 2 bedroom 1
bath home with vaulted ceil-
ings, inside laundry room, 1
vehicle carport and an open
back patio needs work; just
listed at $49,900 ID #618
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
m

CANAL FRONT HOME Nice
2 bedroom 2 bath home on
the canal to Little Lake Jack-
son with a screened porch, 1
car garage, and dock house
with deck overlooking canal,
just listed at $59,900 ID
#1205 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
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SUN N' LAKE HOME 2 bed-
room 2 bath home with eat-in
kitchen, pantry, breakfast bar,
wood burning fireplace, 1 car
garage and front & back
porch, just listed at $39,900
ID #3916 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
m
NEWER BUILT 2005 HOME
This nice 4 bedroom 2 bath
home has plenty to offer. It
has an open floor plan, cathe-
dral ceilings, a breakfast bar,
pantry, garden tub, separate
shower stall, dual sinks, newly
painted along with new carpet
and vinyl, a laundry room, 2
car garage and a covered
patio; just listed at $119,900
ID #572 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
m
COUNTRY LIVING 3 Bed-
room, 2.5 Bath home on 4.2
fenced & cross fenced acres.
Large Kitchen, Great Room,
oversized 2 garage w/ Utility
storage room, Screened back
porch, open patio, Pole Barn
for RV & Boat. Much more!
Just listed at $269,000 ID
#1997 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
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CORNER LOT HOME 3 bed-
room 2 bath very well main-
tained home with a circle front
drive, carport side entry,
screened porch, patio, eat-in
kitchen, family room could
easily be large master suite,
just listed at $72,500 ID
#726 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
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NICE 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH
HOME with ample cabinet
space, breakfast bar, large


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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
closets in both bedrooms,
and a screened in patio; just
listed at $54,900 ID #766
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
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SINGLE FAMILY HOME
located on almost 5 fenced
acres, 2 bedroom and 2 bath
split room floor plan, large
28x13 screened porch,
detached garage and pole
barn; listed at $140,000 ID#
6970 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.co
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BUNGALOW STYLE FIXER
UPPER With a little TLC this 3
bedroom 1 bath home will be
adorable, it has a large living
room with formal dining,
newer roof and an oversized
lot. "Priced to sell" Owner is
motivated and will consider all
offers, listed at $34,900 ID#
615 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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NEWER HOME BUILT IN
2005 This spacious 4 bed-
room home has so much to
offer, French doors leading to
screened in back porch, split
bedroom plan, 2 car garage,
ceramic tile, fenced yard with
play area, right outside of city
limits but close to everything;
listed at $99,000 ID# 367
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
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SPACIOUS 3 BEDROOM 2
BATH HOME, This spacious
home comes with a fireplace,
screened in patio, a utility
room with a sink, indoor win-
dow shutters, a separate
entrance to the porch from
the master bedroom, and a 2
vehicle carport with storage
space; just listed at $99,900
ID #713 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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CANAL FRONT HOME, 3
bed 2 bath home with
screened in ground pool,
breakfast bar, new carpet,
new paint, new roof and new
screen on pool enclosure, 1
car garage, on canal with a
dock and boat lift; just
reduced to $134,900 ID
#6084 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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AVON PARK--WE HAVE
SEVERAL HOMES FOR
SALE, all are priced to sell
quickly, some with lake view,
great investment opportunity;
call today for more informa-
tion or stop by our office for





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details and map. PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 or visit online
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SEBRING--WE HAVE
MANY LISTINGS IN
SEBRING AREA, HOMES,
CONDOS, Priced Low, call
863-676-7040 today for
more information or stop by
our office PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. or visit online at
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WATER-FRONT BEAUTIFUL
HOME ON CANAL LEADING
TO LAKE WALK IN WATER,


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
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, $175,000 ID#
6616 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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CONDOS
2 BEDROOM 2 BATH
CONDO in move in condition,
this 2nd floor unit overlooks


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the community pool and has a
beautiful wooded view from
the back porch. This would
make a great getaway or
would be perfect for year
round; listed at $45,000 ID#
2112 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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IMMACULATE 2 BEDROOM
2 BATH CONDO located on
the second floor, completely
furnished along with newer
appliances and central a/c
unit, spacious living dining
combo, beautiful views of the
sunrise from the 15x6
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offers a great amount of
amenities; listed at $54,000
ID#216 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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GREAT WINTER RETREAT
OR GET AWAY, Completely
Furnished, includes Washer
(no dryer), Ceramic Tile
throughout, bedroom has car-
pet, screened porch has
ceramic tile, roof new 2009;
Amenities include: Pool, Rec.
Room, Clubhouse, lake
access, spa, tennis courts,
shuffleboard, basketball, mini-
golf, bocci ball, gym, library;
reduced to $40,000 ID
#905 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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12 1T GREAT PRICE ON THIS
FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM 2
BATH CONDO, 1,184 ft. liv-
- ing area, screened porch,
convenient location to shop-
- ping in the city limits of Lake
Wales. $29,900, PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 id # 130 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com
36 37MOBILE HOMES
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
59 60 boating lake, just reduced to
S- $59,900 ID# 2188 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
- 676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com

COMMERCIAL
-- LARGE 2 STORY OFFICE
S- BUILDING Needs remodeling
4/10/13 to be completed. May have up
to 6 office spaces, reception
nqu.1 LOg(3) area, 2 conference / meeting
1 -3 S rooms and two 1/2 baths.
I S d Has separate work shop/stor-
|v S v age area with overhead door,
1 3 d 2 separate self-storage build-
3 H ings, approx. 50 + units and
some climate controlled.
Much potential to generate
3 2 8 income from office space and
3 M v storage units. All reasonable
I0 0 offers will be reviewed and
M ~considered; just listed at
S S $179,900 ID #6443 PRIME
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u1 0 S 676-7040 www.primeplus-
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? ACRE BUILDABLE LOT
am Central Florida golfing com-
munity features this 1/2 acre
erature building lot. Owner will consid-
er financing with 30% down,
n listed price $20,000 ID #606
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eed Ty Just over 10 acres, good
ant for hunting and camping only,
talent located in River Ranch, per-
>ralner!" fect property for outdoor
lovers, listed price $12,000
ID #RR10 PRIME PLUS REAL
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2 BEAUTIFUL BUILDABLE
LOTS just under a 1/4 an
acre located in Babson Park.
Property is already cleared
9 and is just waiting for you to
build the home of your
6 dreams. Ownership provides
Z deeded access Crooked
Lake. Asking price is $9,000
per lot. Owner will consider
L offers. ID#1012 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
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V WATER FRONT VACANT
8 LAND Great location to build
your home and have access
to Walk-in-Water Creek,
access to lake depends to
water levels, lot approx. 2.56


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acres; just listed at $25,000
ID #L22 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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BEAUTIFUL VACANT LOT
IN AVON PARK LAKES This
quiet neighborhood is just
waiting for a new home. The
property is located in the
established Avon Park Lakes
area just a short walk to the
lake, two lots combined for a
80'x10O' property which
gives you plenty of space to
build your dream home.
Priced to sell, listed at
$7,500 ID #2821 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com

RIVER RANCH RESORT RV
LOT Beautiful wooded lot
available, this is a great place
to put your RV for the season
or the year. Boat dock and
ramp close by with access to
Lake Kissimmee which has
amazing fishing available.
There are many features avail-
able; listed at $25,000 ID
#248 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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JUST OVER 5 BEAUTIFUL
ACRES This amazing country
setting is located in a gated
deed restricted community
and it's just waiting for you to
build the home of your
dreams, priced to sell at
$45,000 ID #LT30 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com

BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT
NEAR BLUE LAKE, if you are
looking for a spot to build
your dream home, this is the
perfect location, near blue
lake, close to US 27, area of
nice homes; $29,900 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040

HOME SITE, Nice half Acre
lot located in Beautiful Area of
Homes. Growing Region Cen-
trally Located between Winter
Haven and Lake Wales. Par-
tially Cleared and ready to
Build your First Home.
$27,900 id #cc PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. (863) 676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com

WOODED HOME SITE! 2
Acres of Beautiful Woods in
deed restricted community to
build your new home! Not too
far from Public Boat Ramp
into Lake Rosalie. Owner Moti-
vated and will look at all Rea-
sonable Offers! $39,900 id#
11209 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC (863) 676-7040.
www.primeplusrealestate.co
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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# Lt22 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE, INC 863-676-7040
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BLUE JORDAN FOREST,
ALMOST 3 ACRES, BEAU-
TIFUL NATURAL FLORIDA
WOODS, Gated community,
lots of wildlife, enjoy the coun-
try peaceful atmosphere,
$22,000 ID # 2631 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com

VACANT 5 ACRE PASTURE
LAND, with electric on site,
well, and fenced, zoned for
horses. Just listed $25,000
ID #57 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
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1030 WATERFRONT HOMES



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1921 North Lake Reedy
2BR/2BA, dining area, large living
rm & Sun porch, screen porch, 2
car carport, 2 big sheds, Gazebo
for entertaining, long dock with
elect boat lift/covered boat stor-
age & MORE! ASKING $201,000
(picture will be of dock)
ESTELLE SULLIVAN REALTY
109 N. Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
863-632-2062
www.EstelleSullivan.com
CPM Brokerage Services
Specializing in Lake Buffum &
surrounding area homes &
land.
Lakefront home on Lake Buf-
fum. Cute 3bd 2ba 1632 sq
ft. Remodeled, new roof
(2008) and fenced in. 1/2
acre $146,000 MLS#
P4624248

Lake Access lot 3 of North
Lake Buffum Shores offered
with a 3bd 2ba home pre-con-
struction for $159,740 1/2
acre with deed restrictions.
Beautiful community. Home
will be built by CPM. Builder
is a general contractor with
40 years building experience.
MLS # P4624193
Call for details.
Cheryl Samec, Broker
(863) 559-9425

1090 MOBILE HOMES
IFOR SALE
2005 Mobile home. 4br,
2ba, 1 acre located near Lake
Buffum rd. $ 58,000. Contact
(863)-832-4901
MOBILES HOMES
WITH LAND
Ready to move in. Owner
financing with approved cred-
it. 3BR 2BA, no renters.
850-308-6473
LandHomesExpress.com
1095 MANUFACTURED
HOMES FOR SALE


BEAUTIFUL! Wooded 3+ corner
lot with 3BR/2BA Manufactured
Home in GREAT condition, added
Florida rm/vinyl windows, 2 car
carport, 2 sheds (one with elec-
tricity) RURAL LOCATION!!! ONLY
$76,300
ESTELLE SULLIVAN REALTY
109 N. Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
863-632-2062
www.EstelleSullivan.com

1110 OUT OF AREA HOMES
37 ACRE MIDDLE TN FARM
with 13 acre lake, nice home.
Selling at Absolute Auction,
Memorial Day. Van Massey
Auction Lic 1711. (931)433-
8686 Visit vanmassey.com
DEVELOPER FORCED LIQ-
UIDATION Smoky Mtn. Lake
Property Priced @ Foreclo-
sure/Short sale. Up to 100%
Financing/5% interest. Hurry-
Only 30 Reservations avail-
able! (877)551-0550 ext 100
GREAT TENNESSEE! VARI-
ETY OF HOMES & LAND:
Southeast Mountains, Valleys,
Farms, Wooded Tracts, Gated
Community. (800) 516-8387,
George Hamilton Land & Auc-
tion, TAL 1557 www.hamil-
tonauction.com

1210 HOMES FOR RENT
Fort Meade lbd, lba
home. Large kitchen, walking
distance to grocery. 9 SE 1st
St. $450. mo., $500. sd. No
Pets! 863-512-7326.


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1210 HOMES FOR RENT
BABSON PARK POOL HOME with
2BR/2BA and an office. Laminate floors in
living areas and a spacious screened porch
with swimming pool. Pool care is included in
the rent and the 2 car garage has automat-
ic opener. $1025/month, S1025 SD. Call
Maggie Stohler at Legacy Leasing Services,
Inc 863-676-0024 or visit www.Lega-
cyLeases.com
Lake Wales- Immaculate 3BR/2BA home
on just under 1 acre near Lake Walk-in-
Water. Great views of pond and forested
area in back yard. Privacy fencing. Home
features new carpet, walk-in closets, indoor
utility room, and 2 car garage with auto-
matic opener. Community amenities include
access to clubhouse, basketball courts, ten-
nis courts, and boat ramp. S950/month, SD
S850. Call Maggie Stohler at Legacy Leas-
ing Services, Inc 863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com
Lake Wales- 2BR/2BA 2nd floor condo.
1085 sq ft. Furnished or unfurnished. Com-
munity amenities include picnic area, swim-
ming pool, and laundry facilities. Cats ok.
Additional HOA approval required
$600/month, SD $600. Call Maggie Stohler
at Legacy Leasing Services, Inc 863-676-
0024 or visit wwow.LegacyLeases.com
Commercial
Nalcrest- 379 sqft for lease in a commu-
nity that boasts 500 apartments and
approximately 800 residents. This space
would be ideal for a hair or nail salon.
i-. ;. an attached bathroom. Water and
luded in rent. $400/month. Call
w:.:- Stohler at Legacy Leasing Ser-
vices, Inc 863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com
Nalcrest- 950 sqft of Retail/Office Space
for lease in a community that boasts 500
apartments and approximately 800 resi-
dents. There is an attached bathroom and
600 additional square feet that could be
added on to the existing 950 sq ft. Water
and wifi included in rent. $800/month. Call
Maggie Stohler at Legacy Leasing Ser-
vices, Inc 863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacvLeases.com


212 E. Stuart Ave.
Lake Wales, Fl. 33853
Buy 1-3BR Homes
From $1000/mo!
Pre Foreclosed and Rent2OWN
Homes! Bad Credit OK! Only
500 Credit Score min. To learn
more and access local listings
call 1-866-955-0621.
Lake Wales area Beautiful
Country Block 3Bd 1Ba out-
side pets only $600. Call
863-635-6399

1300 DUPLEXES FOR RENT
FOR RENT Duplex Apartment.
Lake Side close in. (863)-676-
6201...
LAKE WALES, large
2BR/2BA, cathedral ceiling,
screen porch, storage room,
fenced back yard, 1/2 acre,
all appliances including W/D,
lawn maintenance, pest con-
trol. Annual lease $650/mo.
Arbor Wood Duplex Develop-
ment. (863)676-7577

1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT
.*** Bartow** *
1 and 2 Bedrooms Avail-
ableFountain Place Apart-
ments 863.534.3034 rent-
now@myfountain
placeapts.com

COLONIAL SQUARE
APARTMENTS
SPRING SPECIALS!
1 and 2 Bedroom apts with
central a/c and heat, large
floor plans, big closets
& FREE WATER
Starting at $465/ month
Move-In Specials too
Call 24/7: 866-485-
4961
.Or visit us online at:
ColonialSquareBartow.com
Fort Meade, lbd, lba, Small
Clean, Quiet. No Pets. Near
Patterson Park. $400 mo.,
$200 sd. 863-512-7326
Fort Meade, 2bd, lba, Small
Clean, Quiet. No Pets. Near
Patterson Park. $450 mo.,
$200 sd. 863-512-7326


1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT

OAKWOOD MANOR
APARTMENTS
PRICES REDUCED FOR
LEASE UP!
Our updated villa-style
apartment homes provide
comfortable living at a
great price. Rates include
water.
Studio from only $405/mo
1 BR. from only $475/mo
2 BR with w/d hookups
from only $595/month
Convenient location,
Walk to shopping.
Call 24/7 866-485-
4977
Or visit:
OakwoodManorApts.co
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WALES LANDING
APARTMENTS
Now Available
1 and 2 Bedroom Units
All units have central
heat/air, stove, fridge, blinds
& storage area, on-site laun-
Sdry.
1 bedroom starting at
$455
2 bedroom starting at
$485
This institution is an equal
opportunity employer &
provider
700 S 11th Street
Lake Wales, FL 33853
863-676-9290, TDD 711
Office Hours Mon-Fri 1pm to
4pm

1350 EFFICIENCIES
FOR RENT
Lake Wales Efficiency
Apartment For Rent. Apply
at house, 444 E Central Ave.
863-855-0764

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
(800)709-5253

1520 OUT OF TOWN LOTS
NC mountain property
must go. 4.5 acres with out-
standing views and privacy.
$25,000 OBO, great for
home or cabin. (828)394-
9298. Ask for Richard
SEEKING ATV/HUNTING
PROPERTY in the heart of
Kentucky? Many properties
waiting for you ranging from
56 acres to 343 acres.
Whitaker Bank (606)663-
2283

1610 BUSINESS RENTALS

Great retail or small
office location in down-
town Lake Wales. $350
per month, all utilities paid
by landlord. Downtown
storefront, next to The Lake
Wales News on Stuart
Avenue. Clean and ready to
move right in. Call Jim at
863-969-7454.
REDUCED! Commercial prop-
erty, 322 S. Scenic Hwy, Lake
Wales. Excellent location,
10,000 sq ft, 14ft overhead
doors, 1500 sq ft office show
room w/AC. $1700 month +
security.
863-678-1498 or 863-241-
1528


1610 BUSINESS RENTALS
REDUCED! Commercial prop-
erty, 322 S. Scenic Hwy, Lake
Wales. Excellent location,
10,000 sq ft, 14ft overhead
doors, 1500 sq ft office show
room w/AC. $1600 month +
security. 863-678-1498 or
863-241-1528 .

2000


EMPLOYMENT

2001 HELP WANTED
CDL-A Route Delivery Dri-
vers. 2-3 Day Routes $60-
63K avg 1st Year. Great Ben-
efits/ Weekly Hometime. lyr
TT Exp. Apply: www.MBMCa-
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A Few Pro Drivers Needed
Top Pay & 401K Great Equip-
ment & Benfefits 2 Mos. CDL
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37-46 cpm. New Trucks in
-2011. Need 2 months CDL-A
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AIRLINES ARE HIRING -
Train for high paying Aviation
Career. FAA approved pro-
gram. Financial aid if qualified
- Housing available. CALL Avi-
ation Institute of Maintenance
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ASAP! New Pay Increase!
34-46 cpm. 300 Newer
Trucks. Need 2 months CDL-A
Driving Experience. (877)258-
8782 www.meltontruck.com
BUSINESS MANAGER I for
non-profit located in Bartow
FL. $26,172 annual salary,
plus benefits. H.S. diploma or
equivalent, 3-5 years adminis-
trative & accounting experi-
ence. Business Manager
ensures that all licenses,
accreditations, and other
standards of operation, both
internal & external, are met.
Supervises bookkeeper &
maintenance staff. EOE
Drugfree. Resume to:
jsemple@youthranches.org

CALL NOW! Top 5% Pay!
Excellent Benefits. 300 New
T660's. Need 2 months. CDL-
A Driving Exp. (877)258-8782
www.meltontruck.com
CDL DRIVERS Great Pay!
Tons of Texas Frac work!
Great company! Company
paid benefits! Must have bulk
pneumatic trailer experience.
Call today! (800)491-9029.
CDL-A Drivers Relocate for
Tons of Great Paying Texas
Oilfield work! Great compa-
ny/Paid benefits! Must have
bulk pneumatic trailer experi-
ence. Call today! (800)491-
9029
CDL-A DRIVERS. Central Flori-
da company seeks Solo &
Team Drivers. Tank and Dry
Van positions offering some
regional, lyr OTR/ Good MVR
required. (877)882-6537 or
www.oakleytransport.com.
CLAIMS ADJUSTERS
NEEDED due to active Storm
Season. JEL's 5-day Boot
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trainer can prepare you. High
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CYPRESS TRUCK LINES
Home Weekends! Southeast
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CDL with clean MVR. Call
(800)545-1351
www.cypresstruck.com
Experienced Line Cook and
Kitchen Helper. call 863-635-
4873, #203...


2001 HELP WANTED
COTTAGE PARENTS.
FL Sheriffs Youth Ranches,
central Florida location,seeks
responsible,dedicated mar-
ried couple to care for trou-
bled teenage girls.$47,000
annually per couple + bene-
fits.Housing, utilities and food
provided (while on duty).
Extensive background screen
req'd.Contact James Sem-
ple,Program Director,FL Sher-
iffs Youth Villa, Bartow
863/533-0371;fax
863/533-7006; e-mail
jsemple@youthranches.org
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6270 WANTED TO
BUY/TRADE
REAL GOVWT SURPLUS
Military Boots,Uniforms,
Ammo Cans, Sleep Gear,
Folding Shovels,Hats,Bug Out
Bags, Survival Kits,
Paracord, Officer Duty
Gear, Knives,
Holsters, Cots
PAYING CASH FOR USED
MILITARY GEAR
across from Home Depot,
2346 US 27 North
Sebring, Fl 863-382-0600

7000


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7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS




'Mom





1991 jeep jy 4x4, New
bikini top, new 33x12.50,
4inch rough country
suspension lift, custom
seats, 4.11 rear end, new
rear bumper with 2 inch
receiver, new fuel tank, new
fuel pump. $6000.00
863-381-5579


1996 Chevy PK, Auto, 6 cyl,
A/C, Util. LT, 4x4, 99,880,
$2,600.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283


1998 Dodge Dakota, 5SP, 4
cyl, No A/C, 208,608, Black,
$1,800.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283

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1998 Ford Ranger, 5SP, 4
cyl, A/C, 109,011, white.
$3,250.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway.
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283






1999 Dodge Durango 4Dr,
$3995. 863-534-1561
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1999 Ford Ranger XLT, Auto,
6cyl, A/C, 172,865, Blue.
$3,500.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway.
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283


2000 Cadillac Deville $9595
863-983-4600


2000 Ford Explorer SUV,
Auto, 6 cyl, A/C, 154,119,
$2,250.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283


2000. Ford F150 Work
Series 2WD Supercab
$5,995. 863-534-1561

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2000 Ford Ranger, auto,
6cyl, A/C, 199,177, Red,
$2,995.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283



2000 JEEP CHEROKEE BUR-
GUNDY STK# C0138967B
$6988 AUTO, 4X4, LOCAL
TRADE, 48K MILES. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch. 863-471-2886
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2000 Jeep Cherokee Police
$6988. 863-983-4600






2001 Chevrolet Surburban
4dr $6895 Kelley Buick.
863-534-1561






2001 Jaguar XJ 4dr $6900.
863-534-1561.

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2001 MAXDA B-3000, Auto,
6 cyl, 2WD, A/C, 156,404,
black, $3,250.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283




2001 MERCURY GRAND MAR-
QUIS GS LIGHT BLUE STK #
A138558C $6988 AUTO,A/C,
CLEAN TRADE, 59K MILES. Alan
Jay Auto Ranch. 863-471-
2886


2001 Pontiac Firebird Con-
vertible $7495. 863-983-
4600


2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer
4dr 2WD LS $5,995.

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2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer LS
5 passenger, very good condition
inside and out was $7495 sale
$6995 #pcl4003a
Alan Jay Chrysler Dodge Ram
Jeep in Clewiston 863-983-
4600


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS






2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer
SUV $6995. 863-983-4600



2003 BMW 325i I_-,THER
MOONROOF ALUMINUM WHEELS
SEAT 6 CYL AUTOMATIC POWER
WINDOWS POWER LOCKS TILT &
CRUISE $10,970. Tom Edwards
863-533-0793
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2003 Chev Trailblazer 4dr
2wd LT $6980. 863-534-
1561 4,7wi






2003 Chevy S-10, Auto,
4cyl, A/C, 145,779, white.
$ 2,650.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283


2003 Ford Ranger Truck
$8988. 863-983-4600


2003 Saab 9-3 2dr Conv SE
$6595. 863-534-1561

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2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
SS Coupe $8995. 863-983-
4600


2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
SS Coupe $8995. 863-983-
4600


2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
SS one owner, only 33000 origi-
nal miles, excellent condition was
$8795 sale $7995 #rn61107a
Alan Jay Chrysler Dodge Ram
Jeep in Clewiston 863-983-
4600



2004 Chrysler Pacifica. DASH
NAVIGATION V6 AUTOMATIC
CHROME WHEELS DVD ENTER-
TAINMENT LEATHER INTERIOR
DUAL POWER SEATS POWER
WINDOWS LOCKS CRUISE CD
STEREO $7,970. Tom Edwards
863-533-0793

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2004 Dodge Intrepid 4Dr
Sdn SE $4,530. 863-534-
1561







2004 GMC Sierra 1500
1$15780. 863-665-2800 1



2004 JEEP GRAND
CHEROLEE LTD RED STK #
T557865B $9988 LEATHER,
TOW PKG, ALLOYS, V6. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch. 863-471-2886.



2005 BMW 3 Series 330xi
Sedan 4 door, 6 Cylinder, 3.0
Liter, Automatic $14,901 Call
800-238-5016



2005 FORD F1O5 '0 LT
28K MILES LIKE NEW $12999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230






2005 Hvundai Accent GLS
$5901. 888-498-9180


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2006 Chev Malibu 4Dr Sdn
LS $4999. 863-534-1561






2006 Chevrolet Colorado
$18265. 863-665-2800


2006 Chevrolet Silverado
2500HD $16589. 863-665-
2800




2006 GMC SIERRA SLS
GRAY STK# N147816A
$16988 4X4 CREW CAB,
ALLOYS. Alan Jay Auto Ranch.
863-471-2886






2007 Chrysler Town & Coun-
try Van $9995. 863-983-
4600


2007 Ford Edge SE
$12901, 888-498-9180

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2007 Honda CRV $15450.
863-665-2800



2007 Jeep Wrangler 4X4
AUTOMATIC ALUMINUM WHEELS
CD CHROME TUBULAR BUMPERS
TILT STEERING V6 CERTIFIED W/
110 PT INSPECTION LIMITED
POWERTRAIN WARRANTY
$16,970. Tom Edwards 863-
533-0793




2007 Red Ford F-150 STX,
Local trade. Regular cab 4x4,
automatic trans. With 29,000
miles and cold A/C.Stock #
FD87026A. Price is $19,842.
Call Rick La Flamme for
details at 863.202.6886.


2008 Chevrolet Equinox LS
$14901. 888498-9180



2008. Chevrolet Impala LT
$10,901 V6, Flex Fuel, 3.5L, '
Speed Automatic Call 800-238-
5016


2008 Chrysler 300,
$10,900. 863438-3333



2009 CaillacCTS 21,901
V6, PFI, 3.6L, 6 Speed Automatic
Call 800-238-5016




2009 EXPEDITION EL,
EDDIE BAUER, LEATHER,
LOADED, BLACK, 78,300
MILES, $20699.00 863-773-
3992



2009 Ford Mustang Convert-
ible V6 AUTOMATIC ALUMINUM
WHEELS CD POWER WINDOWS
POWER LOCKS TILT & CRUISE_
CERTIFIED W/ 110 PT INSPEC-
TION LIMITED POWERTRAIN WAR-
RANTY $14,970. Tom Edwards
863-533-0793

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2009 HONDA CIVIC EX
WHITE STK # FC31611A
$12988 AUTO, A/C, PWR PKG,
CRUISE. Alan Jay Auto Ranch.
863-471-2886



2009 Hyundai Sonata GLS
4 Cylinder, PZEV, 2.4L, 5 Speed
Automatic w/Shiftronic $14,901
Call 800-238-5016




2009 Nissan 350Z Enthusiast
Roadster $21,901 V6, 3.5 Liter,
5 Speed Auto Manual Mode Call
800-238-5016






2009 Nissan Versa 1.8 S
$13901. 888-498-9180


2009 Toyota Corolla
$14675. 863-665-2800


2010 Chevrolet Malibu
$15475. 863-665-2800


2010 Dodge Grand Caravan
$17884. 863-665-2800


2010 FUSION HYBRID,1
OWNER, NAV,MOONROOF, LEAT
HER,WHITE PEARL, 43200
MILES.- CLEAN $19195.00.
863-773-3992

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2010 Honda Accord EX-L
2.4L, Automatic $14,901 Call
800-238-5016




2010 HONDA CRV WELL
EQIPT-LOW MILES $ 16999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230




2010 HYUNDAI GENESIS-
FRESH TRADE-WARRANTY
$ 19999 call Tom Schott
(863) 402-4230



2010 KIA SOUL PLUS-1
OWNER-ROOMY AND SPORTY
$ 11999 call Tom Schott
(863) 402-4230

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2010 Toyota Camry 4dr
$16450. 863-665-2800








2010 Volkswagen Tiguan,
$17,500. 863-438-3333


2011 Chevrolet HHR LT
$10900.863-983-4600


2011 Chevrolet HHR LT
$14901. 888-498-9180


2011 Chevrolet HHR LT,
$12,400. 863-438-3333




2011 EXPEDITION LIMITED.
1 OWNER, LOCAL TRADE,
NAV, DVD'S,NEW TIRES,
SUPER CLEAN, 49400 MILES,
$31899.00,SILVER 863-773-
3992




2011 GMC Acadia SLT Sport
Utility 4D V6, 3.6 Liter, 6 Speed
Automatic $29,901 Call 800-
238-5016




2011 HYUNDAI SONATA
LTD-RUBY RED-LOADED $
20999 call Tom Schott
(863) 402-4230


2011 Mazda Mazda 3 s
Grand Touring Hatchback.
$15,900. 863-438-3333


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2011 Mitshubishi Galant
$12,400. 863-438-3333
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2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolu-
tion MR $34,991 4-Cyl, Turbo,
2.0L, 6 Speed Auto w/Sportronic
Call 800-238-5016




2011 RANGER XLT, SUlJFER
CAB, 1 OWNER, NICE, BLUE,
35100 MILES, #16895.00
863-773-3992


2011 Toyota Corolla S
$14901. 888-498-9180





2011 White Chevrolet
Equinox L T with automatic
trans. Power windows, power
locks, alloy wheels and black
cloth interior. Has a 2.4 liter
engine and cold A/C. Stock #
RA407A. Asking price is
$21,1876.Call Rick La
Flamme for details at
863.202.6886.





2012 BRAND NEW RAM --:')
Cummins diesel 4X4 crew cab,
full warranty, more to choose
from $37865 w/rebates
#c290836
Alan Jay Chrysler Dodge Ram
Jeep in Clewiston 863-983-
4600



2012 Chevrolet Silverado
1500 Extended Cab LT 4X4 Call
Dealer for Price V8, Flex Fuel,
5.3L, 6 Speed Automatic




2012 CHEVY MALIBU GOLD
STK#RK20808 $16988
AUTO,A/C, 33MPG, CRUISE.
Alan Jay Auto Ranch. 863-
471-2886

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2012 Chrysler 200 TOURING
CONVERTIBLE W/ POWER SEATS
ALUMINUM WHEELS CD W/ SIR-
IUS SATELLITE RADIO TRIP INFO
POWER WINDOWS POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUISE CERTIFIED
W/ 110 PT INSPECTION BAL-
ANCE OF FACTORY WARRANTY
$17,970. Tom Edwards 863-
533-0793




2012 Dodge Charger POWER
SEAT ALUMINUM WHEELS PEN-
TASTAR V6 CD KEYLESS / SECU-
RITY POWER WINDOWS POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUISE CERTIFIED
W/ 110 PT INSPECTION BAL-
ANCE OF LIMITED FACTORY WAR-
RANTY $19,970.Tom Edwards
863-533-0793


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


2012 Dodge Durango Crew
W/ POWER SEAT REMOTE START
REAR PARK ASSIST ALUMINUM
WHEELS DUAL A/C 3RD SEAT
HEMI V8 W/ FUEL SAVER TECH
NOLOGY CERTIFIED W/ 110 PT
INSPECTION BLUE TOOTH SUN-
SCREEN GLASS 6.5 INCH INFO
SCREEN POWER WINDOWS
POWER LOCKS TILT & CRUISE
BALANCE OF LIMITED FACTORY
WARRANTY $26,970. Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793


2012 Dodge Grand Caravan
Crew Stow-n-go seating, power
side doors, rear ac was $21325
sale $19995 #RA414
Alan Jay Chrysler Dodge Ram
Jeep in Clewiston 863-983-
4600




2012 Dodge Journey SE W/
DUAL A/C 3RD SEAT ALUMINUM
WHEELS CD SUNSCREEN GLASS
POWER WINDOWS POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUISE CERTIFIED
W/ 110 PT INSPECTION BAL-
ANCE OF FACTORY WARRANTY
$17,970. Tom Edwards 863-
533-0793


2012 DODGE JOURNEY SXT
V-6, 3rd row, rear air, one
owner, only 13000 miles, was
$22675, sale $19950
#c664206a
Alan Jay Chrysler Dodge Ram
Jeep in Clewiston 863-983-
4600



2012 EXPRORER, XLT,1
OWNER, LEATHER, TRL TOW,
CLEAN, BRONZE. 7800 MILES
$30295.00 863-773-3992




2012 flat 500 Sport AUTOMAT-
IC ALUMINUM WHEELS REAR
SPOILER MEMORY POSITION
POWER WINDOWS POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUISE CERTIFIED
W/ 110 PT INSPECTION BAL-
ANCE OF LIMITED FACTORY WAR-
RANTY $14,970. Tom Edwards
863-533-0793




2012 FORTE SX KOUP-
LOADED-1050 MILES $19999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230







2012 Grand Caravan SXT
$18,900. 863-438-3333


2012 Hyundai Sonata
$16,900. 863-438-3333




2012 HYUNDAI SONATA-
27K MILES-1 OWNER $15999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230

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2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Laredo POWER SEAT ALU-
MINUM WHEELS PENTASTAR V6
CD W/ SIRIUS SUNSCREEN
GLASS POWER WINDOWS
POWER LOCKS TILT & CRUISE
CERTIFIED W/ 110 PT INSPEC-
TION BALANCE OF LIMITED FAC-
TORY WARRANTY $25,970. Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793




2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport
4X4 UNLIMITED AUTOMATIC
PENTASTAR V6 CD POWER WIN-
DOWS POWER LOCKS TILT &
CRUISE'CERTIFIED W/ 110 PT
INSPECTION BALANCE OF LIMIT-
ED FACTORY WARRANTY
$27,970.Tom Edwards 863-
533-0793




2012 KIA OPTIMA HYBRID-
45 MPG-9K MILES $23999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230




2012 KIA OPTIMA LX-FRESH
TRADE-7K MILES $19599 call
Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230




2012 Kia Sorento LX .:i :t
LX Sport Utility 4 door, 4 Cylinder,
GDI, 2.4 Liter, 6 Speed Automat-
ic, Sportmatic $22,901 Call
800-238-5016




2012 Kia Sorento LX
Sport Utility 4 door, 4-Cyl, GDI,
2.4 Liter, 6 Speed Auto Sport-
matic $22,901 Call 800-238-
5016




2012 KIA SOUL PLUS A/T-
14K MILES-LIKE NEW $17999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230




2012 MAZDA CX-9 BLACK
STK # RK20802
$23988 LEATHER, 7 PASSEN-
GER SUV, POWER PACKAGE.
Alan Jay Auto Ranch. 863-
471-2886







2012 Nissan Sentra
$15489. 863-665-2800




2012 Ram 1500 Express ST
4X4 20 INCH CHROME WHEELS
RAM BOX HEMI V8 W/ FUEL
SAVER TECHNOLOGY AUTOMAT-
IC ANTI SPIN TOW PACKAGE
TONNEAU COVER CERTIFIED W/
110 PT INSPECTION BEDLINER
POWER WINDOWS POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUISE BALANCE
OF LIMITED FACTORY WARRANTY
$24,970. Tom Edwards 863-
533-0793


2012 RAM 2500 ST CREW
4X4 CUMMINS TURBO DIESEL
AUTOMATIC CHROME WHEELS
TOW PACKAGE STEP BARS CD
POWER WINDOWS POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUISE CERTIFIED
W/ 110 PT INSPECTION ST
CREW BALANCE OF LI $35,970.
Tom Edwards 863-533-0793

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2012 TOWN AND COUNTRY
LTD SILVER STK#CR295090B
$26988 LEATHER,DUAL PWR
SLIDERS, PWR LIFTGATE, 13K
MILES, DVD. Alan Jay Auto
Ranch. 863-471-2886


2013 200 Limited Sedan,
$26,075. 888-453-6644


2013 Chrysler 200 Limited
Sedan, $26,075. 888-453-
6644

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2013 Dodge Avenger SXT
Sedan, $26,475. 888-453-
6644







2013 Dodge Avenger SXT
Sedan, 26,475. 888-453-
6644.


2013 Dodge Avenger SXT
Sedan. $26,475. 888-453-
6644


2013 Dodge Dart Limited
Sedan, $24,370. 888-
4536644


2013 Dodge Grand Caravan
SE Van Passenger, $25,375.
888-453-6644


2013 Dodge Grand Caravan
SE Van Passenger, $25,630.
888-453-6644


2013 Dodge Grnd Caravan
SE Van Passenger, $25,180.
888-453-6644.


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PW,PL,CRU
SELL
REBATES.


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MSRP $23365,
499 AFTER
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2013 F250 CREW CAB
4X4. 6.2 V8, POW WIN-
DOWS/LOCKS, CRUISE TRL
TOW, 40/20/40 SEATS ELE-
CLOCK R AXLE, MSRP
$40065, SELL $35599 AFTER
REBATES. 863-773-3992



2013 FIESTA SE, AUTO, KEY-
LESS ENT, POWER, MSRP
$18085, SELL $16099 AFTER
REBATES. 863-773-3992



2013 KIA OPTIMA GDI
BLACK STK#RK20810
$21988 AUTO, AC, PWR PAKG,
ALLOYS. Alan Jay Auto Ranch.
863-471-2886



2013 NISSAN ROGUE RED
STK# RK20812 $21988
AUTOA/C 4CYL, PWR PKG.
Alan Jay Auto Ranch. 863-
471-2886



E124926 2012 Chrysler Town
& Country Touring L Was
$35,620.00 Now $31,564.00
Call 863-773-4629



E131593 2012 Chevrolet
1500 Crew Cab LS 4x2 Was
$33,710.00 Now $24,919.00
Call 863-773-4629



E178994 2012 Ram 2500
Laramie Crew Cab 4x4 diseal
automatic Was $51,410.00
Now $42,311.00 Call 863-773-
4629



E201090 2012 Chevrolet
Sonic LS Was $16,740.00 Now
$15,510.00 Call 863-773-
4629



E222251 2012 Ram 2500
Longhorn Mega Cab 4x4 diseal
automatic Was $61,325.00 Now
$51,242.00 Call 863-773-
4629



E339098 2012 Ram 2500 SLT
Mega Cab 4x4 diseal automatic
Was $53,500.00 Now
$44,241.00 Call 863-773-
4629



E339150 2012 Ram 2500 SLT
Mega Cab 4x4 diseal automatic
Was $53,500.00 Now
$44,241.00 Call 863-773-
4629


E373829 2012 Dodge Jour-
ney SXT Was $26,080.00 Now
$21,555.00 Call 863-773-
4629



E378485 2012 Chevrolet
CruzeLT Was $21,835.00 Now
$19,515.00 Call 863-773-
4629

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F565663 2012 Jeep Com-
pass $17300. 863-438-
3333


2011 edge limited -
$25,711
40,710 miles. Silver. Leather
Heated Seats. Power seats.
Back Up camera and Sensors!
Still Under Warranty! Call
Jonathan Perez 863-444-
0444 Hablo Espafiol.



Rf0632
explorer 2013 Limited
$34,766-
Beautiful white platinum.!
13,640 miles. Remote Start.
Push button start, vista sun
roof 8 passenger. Leather
Heated Seats. Back up cam-
era and sensors! Powered 3rd
row seats. 24+ miles in HWY!
Still under warranty! Call
Jonathan Perez @ 863-
444-0444 Hablo Espafiol.


1990 Nissan, Auto, 4 cyl,
A/C, 135,083,Gray, $1,850.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283



Stock # E338699 2012 Ram
2500 Laramie Crew Cab 4x4
diseal automatic Was
$55,890.00 Now $46,356.00
Call 863-773-4629



This Silver 2012 Ford
Fusion is practically brand
new!! It only has 1,800 miles
on it and almost all of the fac-
tory warranty still left. It has a
Tan cloth interior with power
windows, power locks, tilt,
cruise, am/fm radio and CD
player. The asking price for
this Fusion is a low $19,999.
Stock # PF0631. For details
call Ryan Ward at
863.243.3342.



This Tan 2006 Mercury
Mountaineer is super clean
and loaded. It comes equipped
with power windows, power
locks, power seats, power 3rd
row, tilt, cruise, am/fm radio,
6 disc CD changer, and beauti-
ful leather seats. The best part
is, this SUV has less than
50,000 miles. The asking
price for this beauty is only
13,995. Stock # RF0626A.
For details call Ryan Ward
at 863.243.3342.
7260 AUTOS WANTED
All autos bought with or with-
out title any condition, year,
make or model. We pay up to
$20,000 and offer free towing
call: 813-516-0847

7333 MISC. BOATS
12 FT. Fiberglass boat w/h
motor and trailer. $800. Call
863-692-1573.

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7333 MISC. BOATS

2010 Myer Boat, com-
plete package, depth finder,
trowling motor, on trailer,
$3,500. Call 863-635-
3160.
JON BOAT, 14ft. 6hp John-
son w/ galvanized trailer. 28#
thurst trolling motor. Live well.
$1200 Call 863-899-2648.
ONLY 3 2013
18'4PT FISH PONTOON.
Honda 40HP Motor
$17,779 less 20% =
$14,223 Free Delivery in
FL Astor Marine 24535
State Rd 40 Astor, FL
32102 352-759-3655

7370 CAMPERS/
TRAVELTRAILERS
2000 Georgia Boy/Cruise
Master Model 3510 fully
equipped w/Lg Slide, 20'
Awning, generator, only
38,000 miles $30,000.00
OBO Must see to appreciate
863 533 7992


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Final Closeout! New 2012
Flagstaff 20' pop-up camper
with power lift system, Roof
A/C, great family fun! Was
$11,591, SALE only $8995.
Eagle Ridge RV 863-638-
1908







New 2013 Skyline Bobcat 170
GL with slide out room, A/C,
Microwave, 2700 pounds,
SPRING SALE only $13,897,
SAVE $4,883! Eagle Ridge RV
863-638-1908

RV SERVICE & PARTS
Your One Stop
Repair Shop
HI TECH AUTO & RV
COLLISION CENTER
3650 Havendale Blvd.
Winter Haven FL 33881
863-967-5463
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SPRING SALE! 2006 Keystone
Cougar 294, rear lounge, fiber-
glass exterior, queen bed, roof
A/C, Was $15,995, SALE $13,
498 Eagle Ridge RV, 863-638-
1908





SPRING SALE! 2008 Key-
stone Passport 245 with
slide out, awning, A/C Priced
to sell at only $9997. Eagle
Ridge RV, 863-638-1908






SPRING SALE! New 2013
Flagstaff T12RB Hard Side
pop- up camper. Sets up in 30
seconds or less! Permanent bed
and dinette. A/C, microwave
stereo, water heater, furnace and
more. MSRP $14,399. SALE:
$12,495 Eagle Ridge RV Lake
Wales, 863-638-1908


SPRING SALES! 2010 Micro
Lite 18RK. A true light weight
trailer with slide-out, permanent
bed, rear kitchen and nice size
bath Was $13,998, SALE
$10,998 Eagle Ridge RV Lake
Wales, 863-638-1908
IT'S NEVER
BEEN EASIER!

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