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High school'matriarch' calling it a career


Assistant Principal Claire Bush never planned to work at school


By JAMES COULTER
FROSTPROOFNEWS@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
Before starting her career at
Frostproof Middle-Senior High School,
Claire Bush wanted to be an extension
agent, visiting people's homes and
instructing them on how to install and
operate their appliances.
But after hearing from a friend who
worked at the school about an.opening
for a teaching position, she agreed to


apply for it and teach for one year.
She had since fallen in love with the
school and cannot fathom working
anywhere else.
Bush has served the school for more
than 40 years, starting as a home
economics and math teacher before
climbing the career ladder through five
other positions to her current position
as an assistant principal, from which
she will retire this year.
During her long and fruitful career,

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she has fostered a sense of community
within the school, becoming actively
involved within the school and with
students and staff, treating them as a
second family.
"Frostproof is a different place," prin-
cipal Kyle Windham said. "It's not like
any other school. We're a family here."
"She's helped create a culture where
it's not a job: it's a family you can go
to, you laugh with, you cry with, that
deals with the things you deal with, and
she's created that family feel here," he
explained.


Bush was born in Athens, Ga., in
1951. During her junior year of high
school,"her family moved to Polk
County, where she graduated from Lake
Wales High School.
She received her bachelor's and mas-
ter's degrees in education and family
consumer science from Georgia College
& State University in Middleton, Ga.,
where she became certified in guidance
and administration.
Her career at FMSH began in 1973.


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PHOTOS BY NEAL BYRD
Teacher Debbie Webber holds up a personalized blanket which was a gift from the school faculty.
See more photos on pages 14 and 15.


Associate Superintendent for Learning, David Lewis, worked side by side with Bush when he was
principal at Frostproof Middle Senior High School.


City, chamber look to partner on downtown tree plan


By BRIAN ACKLEY
BACKLEY @ HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
Some local business leaders are
hoping to give downtown Frostproof a
makeover, and are hoping the city will
lend a helping hand.
Dede LeFils, co-owner of Watson's
Pharmacy, asked the city council last
week to perhaps give some assistance
in a plan that would replace elm trees
along East and West Wall Street with


palm trees that would give Frostproof a
more "tropical" look.
So far, she and the local chamber
of commerce have raised more than
$7,000, which should cover the cost of
the palm trees, but is still a bit short of
what will ultimately be needed when
moving some bricks, pouring some
concrete, and providing for irrigation
for the trees is figured into the final
price tag.
She continues to solicit money


- just last week the Frostproof Rotary
Club pledged $250 towards the effort
- in hopes of completing the project
before the community's snowbirds
arrive next winter.
"The trees have been there for years,
and years and years," she said. "They're
shabby, and very difficult in the winter-
time because downtown businesses
have to get the leaves out of the doors."
Specifically, she said the idea would
be to plant Foxtail palms.


"I reached out to the community ant
found a lot of enthusiasm from a lot of
people," she noted. About 17 new trees
would either replace an existing elm
or be newly planted. "Because we're
Frostproof, we want to look tropical.
I feel like if we change the downtown
look it might encourage businesses
and more people to come."
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Storytime" series at the Latt Maxcy
Memorial Library will kick off at 10 a.m.
Stories will be geared to the pre-K
through grade 5 age levels. Storytimes
last 30 minutes, and are also scheduled
June 26, July 10 and 24 and Aug. 7.
Kids can earn prizes and be entered
into a raffle for reading books. More


* FRIDAY, JUNE 14
Chess for Kids
The Latt Maxcy Memorial Library
will be hosting a special "Chess for
Kids" series this summer, Fridays from
10 a.m. to noon. The program is fr~e
and will offer basic instruction from


* MONDAY, JUNE 17
City council meeting
The Frostproof City Council will meet
in regular session at city hall starting at
6 p.m. The council regularly meets the
first and third Monday of each month.


mber of


Commerce holds its monthly lunch
meetings on the third Tuesday of each
month at the Ramon Theater. Cost is
$9 which includes lunch. Contact the
chamber at 863-635-9112 for more
information. This month's special guest
will be Florida Speaker of the House
Mike LaRosa.


Florida Agriculture: Then


and Now


PHOTOS BY STEVE STEINER
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"Florida Agriculture: Then and Now'." See Wednesday's paper for a story about it and Brian Shea's
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* May 20
Jose Martinez, 28, of 5190 Hwy. 27
Room #130 charged with failure to
appear.

May 21
Patricia Carter, 54, of 224 Chesney
Blvd. charged with battery and
resisting arrest with violence.

May 22
Clifford Brooks, 32, of 128
Dummords Way charged with
domestic battery by strangulation
and obstructing justice-tampering in
misdemeanor proceeding.

May 24
Jorge Gonzalez, 27, of 109
Constitution Lane charged with
failure to appear.

May 25
Israel Galarza, 23, of 553 Daws Road
charged with DUI.

May 26
Eliseo Hernandez, 41, of 15 Argyle
Avenue charged with aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon, battery
and resisting arrest without violence.
May 29
Ellis Brummel, 20, of 76 Garrison
Lane charged with out-of-county
warrant.
Walter Clayton, 30, of 48 Queen
Court charged with resisting arrest
wit hout violence, reckless driving,
driving with a suspended license, and
fleeing police.
Jimmie Little, 61, of 754 Rhoden
Road charged with driving with a
suspended license.
Lovonza Pinion 23, of 2 Tubman
Circle charged with out-of-county


warrant.
Michael Urben, 43, of 11 Delarm
Avenue charged with driving with
a suspended license, possession
of a controlled substance without
a prescription and possession of
paraphernalia.

* May 30
Vidal Navaspena, 42, of 95 Farrier
Road charged with trafficking mari-
juana, producing marijuana, posses-
sion of paraphernalia, possession of
a structure or vehicle to traffic drugs
and larceny-tampering with utility
equipment.

* May 31
Dana Clayton, 35, of 86 Douglas
Way charged with driving without a
valid license.
Garrett Gravley, 32, of 25 2nd Street
- charged with burglary, grand theft
larceny and battery.
Winnie Haynes, 32, of 25 2nd Street
- charged with burglary and grand
theft larceny.
Julianna Weese, 22, of 509 Raymond
Avenue charged with possession
of a controlled substance without a
prescription, possession of marijuana
and possession of paraphernalia.

* June 1
Keri Krosnick, 40, of 1198 Harrell
Avenue charged with driving with a
suspended license.
Arturo Ornelas, 32, of 1054 Thomas
Avenue charged with driving
without a valid license.

* June 2
Lloyd Clark, 51, of 7 Delarm
Avenue charged with violation of
probation.


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When the owner of a private farm returned home, he sported twvo men in a pick-up truck trespassing
on his property.The men had helped themselves to anything of value they could find in various build-
ings on the property.The owner armed himself with a handgun and confronted the men instructing
them to stop, get out of the vehicle and lie on the ground. One man complied while the other got out
of the vehicle and acted threateningly toward the homeowner.When the aggressive man reached into
the bed of the pick-up, presumably for a weapon, the owner reacted in self-defense and fired. The man
was later taken to the hospital and treated for non life-threatening injuries. Both trespassers face felony
charges including breaking and entering, larceny and conspiracy. (Bluefield DailyTelegraph, Rock, WV,
11/6/12)
A 35-year-old woman woke around 3:30 a.m. and checked on. her husband, who was up late work-
ing on his computer. The couple was startled when their home alarm sounded. The woman's husband
checked the surveillance footage on hi- computer only to discover four marked men working to pry
cptr. a mindc,..' 'ne ofrlh nimen barredd a rifle A lthe j.armar,. dialed : I her hu .barnd retrieved his
cjr, rrea-rm Th. intruders gained ennr / vthin r,-,,riute The horr, c',ner cr,:.u,:h:d beh.,nd a sofa and
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when wo n-rmn approached ,,nd i.ir.,d them back into the tiore W-Vet'Er ,nd ihe- cutorrer were held
at gunpornt .anrd ordr:d rej .Jr.)ie up ni,:,n. fiom the carl, reqi:tr W t-'o.r :,rriplied When the men
demanded ... rniorc n',,.r,m._ ol-b; te rr,:',ioned as if [etrie.ing rr, c a ,:h but ,ns,[-d retrieved his
landqun Ir.:.r, thh r.- i _g-.r ,an., ird cE.,eral rounds at the arrr,.ed :u.:c'.:t r oth ren Ated. NeitherWeb-
ster nor i-, ,:ut':.n'i .r-i -e ,arnied iD6rchester 3Barrer, Cambrind MiC i 1 -' I-'
A 3' .er old ,..I..oren :inId 911 after mar i:follou.ed her homn from a ,:I :tar,:,r, and forced his way
irnd, thr.:..-qh [he Ironr,[ door. The r..:.rnan allegedly ,rdee-d ,he man to i-a.- then retreated to her
:-,dr:com Thr ,rinuder picked up krte Iron, the kitchen table arnd followed her It ,.'as reported that
lF- irir-..a-rJd th- v.' mrran wit th. i'.rii.f and ordered her toi tk .:.nrl h-r clothe& Sh, ',,tarnod Th- man
t-,a3 :.h-, .'.,uld *'hoot him,t. but he cnrued to push her I.:. unjrdie-.' he retrivecd 9 rin'i hrdgun
f-. ,T, ujr,dErri,.ath a pillc.r' .:.r her h r d ,ra d pointed ir .at th- ,rirudr W\'hir he contriru d l,,r.d her,
sh. pulled rhe lrigger Th,. iup:,c v..: latall, -wounded liarti Fe li,.'.,- .1 .r,:r Alcalde I|M It1 3/12).
Jill Stu',: r 64, va:. at home watching television around 9:20 ppr ...hnr, :'-..,-ar-old rrar, br.-ke in
through a -.,ndoc'v When Stucker heard the glass shatter, she arm-d he-r:..lot ,ith .a hardnr, and, pro-
ceeded to exit through the back door. As she fled her own home, the intruder followed. When Stucker
realized she was being chased, she turned and fired a single shot striking him in the chest.The intruder
fled, but later collapsed on a nearby doorstep. He was reportedly hospitalized-in critical condition. (Lake
City Reporter, Lake City, FL, 10/23/12)
Douglas Downs, 48, was at home with a friend, 36-year-old Andrew Boyd, shortly after midnight when
several armed men broke into his home and tried to rob him. Boyd was forced into the basement be-
fore Downs managed to retrieve a handgun from a chair in the living room. Downs fired numerous
rounds until the first man dropped his weapon. He then exchanged gunfire with a second intruder.
A third intruder appeared and helped his accomplices out of the home to a vehicle where a fourth
man waited. Police were later notified that a man with multiple gunshot wounds had been taken to a
nearby hospital. All four men were later found, arrested and charged for their involvement in the home
invasion. Downs and Boyd were uninjured. (York Daily Record, York, PA, 10/24/12)
Two men knocked on the door of a residence with ill intent. The door was answered by an 83-year-old
woman using a walker. The men pushed against the door and gained entry with ease. One of the men
stayed close to the elderly resident, while the second intruder made his way into the bedrooms. Fearing
for her safety, the woman went to a desk in her living room where she kept her pistol. Upon seeing the
gun, the suspect urged the other to "come on"The men fled with cash and jewelry, but the resident was
left unharmed. (The Greeneville Sun, Greene County, TN, 11/2/12)


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The words "Wake Up" began with an "A" this week.
For Andrea, the tropical storm that whirled through
Florida last week bringing a lot of badly needed rain,
some sporadic flooding and wind gusts but little else.
We got off lightly. It was no big whoop-de-doo. But
the scary part was that this was only the first named
storm of the year. It came during the first week of the
official Hurricane Season. We know there are more to
come, and chances are good they won't be as benign.
So, yes, Wake-Up Call. It really is Hurricane
Season. We can all do a little more or a lot to
make sure we're safe if or when a bigger storm arrives.
Consider this a test run. Remember, it could get a lot
worse.
Let's review some basics.
Step one: Get stuff. Stock up.
Assemble a disaster kit. The easiest way to figure
out the contents is to check out county websites for
all hazards guides. They have good tips.
Next time you're in the grocery store and hard-
ware store, think about buying something to put
away for an emergency.


Our Viewpoint
Buy non-perishable foods that don't need refrig-
eration: dry food, canned goods, peanut butter, pasta,
instant coffee, energy snacks, crackers. Whatever.
Store them in the back of the pantry. Make sure you
have a non-electric can opener.
Buy extra drinking water. Don't wait until the last
minute. Put a half-dozen big jugs in the garage. You
can always use it in December.
Make sure you have enough flashlights. And bat-
teries. Again, the worst that can happen is you don't
use them until Christmas.
Have a portable radio on hand. In an emergency,
you'll need information.
Stock up on mosquito spray. Make sure you have
first aid items, extra toilet paper and toilet supplies.
A fire extinguisher is a really good idea (for any time,
really).
Think blue tarp, or two. Gas can?
Step two: Get smart. Plans for contingencies.


Keep all important documents in one secure
place. Have your IDs and insurance policies handy.
Make a list of everything you might want to take
in case you evacuate.
Plan for the worst. Under what conditions will you
evacuate? Where will you go? Will you need a pet-
friendly shelter?
Plan for your pet, too. They'll need food, bedding
and medications.
If you live in a low-lying, coastal area, you may
need to move to higher ground because of storm
surge. Consider the possibility of staying with friends
or family who have a sturdy house inland.
Finally, prepare to protect your property.
Trim dead and weak branches near your house.
Anchor anything that might fly off. Check your
storm shutters. Make sure your plywood is ready to
go.
And don't forget to make sure your homeowners
insurance is adequate.
Remember, we're only at the first letter of the
alphabet. Plenty more to come.


The power inversion: Cities are

where power gets things done


There's a weird calm around
Washington these days. The Obama
administration only has a year before the
lame-duck status sets in. Yet you don't get
a sense of urgency. White House officials
seem busy running the government, but
they are not filling the public space with a
transformational second-term agenda.
Republican leaders aren't offering bold
plans either. They seem more worried
about offending pieces of the current
coalition than in attracting new ones.
The heart of the problem is that no-
body wants to champion proposals that
have no chance of passing. Washington is
immobilized by interest groups, polariza-
tion and a lack of federal dollars.
In their new book, "The Metropolitan
Revolution," Bruce Katz and Jennifer
Bradley of the Brookings Institution argue
that Washington paralysis is already lead-
ing to a power inversion. As the federal
government becomes less energetic, city
governments become more so.
Katz and Bradley describe a country
that is segmenting slightly into divergent
city-states. Demographically, society is
clustering. In an era when the nuclear
two-parent family was the key demo-
graphic unit, it made sense to think of
America as a suburban economy with
common needs. But now two-parent nu-
clear families account for only a fifth of all
households. The young, the old and the
single make up a huge slice of the popula-
tion, and they flock to density. According.
to Robert Puentes of Brookings, the share
of young people with driver's licenses is
plummeting. Public transit ridership rose
32.3 percent between 1995. and 2011.
Economic changes also reinforce
regional concentration. For decades,
companies sought to protect their
intellectual property by isolating their
research-and development functions in


David Brooks


suburban research parks. But now scien-
tific breakthroughs are less likely to come
from discrete teams. They tend to come
from large; loose networks of researchers
brought together in physical proximity. It
makes sense to locate research facilities
in urban districts, often around urban
universities, where researchers will make
wider and more flexible contacts.
Gerry Carlino of the Philadelphia Fed
has found that the number of patents per
capital increases roughly 20 to 30 percent
for every doubling of employment
density. Research by Stuart Rosenthal of
Syracuse University and William Strange
of the University of Toronto suggests that
the intellectual spillovers that often drive
innovation drop-off as companies move
more than a mile apart from each other.
Given this underlying structure, there
are a number of reasons city governments
are likely to be more dynamic than the
federal government. In the first place,
regional identity trumps partisan identity.
In Washington, your primary affiliation
is to your party. But, in Denver, your
primary affiliation is to the health of the
Denver area. That common conscious-
ness makes it easier for politicians in
different parties to cooperate.
Metro governments deal with issues
in their particularity, not as abstrac-
tions. Leaders in northeastern Ohio can


focus on their region's historic strengths,
including a history of expertise with
polymers. That leads to certain concrete
opportunities the chance to get into
flexible electronics, which are very thin
electronic components'attached to flex-
ible materials. They can design specific
policies around concrete circumstances.
Because issues on the regional level
are so tangible, it is possible to debate
new proposals without getting immobi-
lized by the big government versus small
government frame. Republican mayors
tend to be more activist than their con-
gressional counterparts, and Democratic
mayors tend to be more business
friendly. Katz and Bradley highlight New
York City's fantastically successful effort
to lure the Technion-Cornell engineering
school. That was an exercise in using
government to set the table for long-
term growth by luring human capital,
not in trying to micromanage the future
with shiny office buildings, a downtown
stadium or a mall.
Finally, city governments actually
have power over the basics, which are
the key to promoting growth. American
growth lags not because of higher


order problems, but because of the bad
elemental things, like lousy schools and
bad infrastructure. Cities can change this.
A study by the Economist Intelligence
Unit predicted that Chicago will be the
ninth most competitive city in the world
by 2025. Its rise in the rankings is fueled
by the fact that the city is taking care of
fundamentals: $7.3 billion in infrastruc-
ture spending over the next two years, a
community college program that links
education to employment.
Since the New Deal, we have become
accustomed to seeing American politics
as an ever-concentrated national en-
terprise. But the sclerosis of the federal
system will inevitably produce a reversal,
as regions fill the void.
The happiest people these days are
those who leave Washington and get
elected mayor or governor. The most
frustrated people are people who were
mayor and governor and get elected to
the Senate. They end each day knowing
they were busy. They're just not sure they
accomplished anything.
David Brooks is a columnist for The
New York Times. He can be reached via
www. newyorktimes.com.


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Tropical stirring: Is your family really prepared?






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By ANGELICA PENNINGTON
NEWS CORRESPONDENT
Former Webber International
University basketball standout Mark
Marlar has spread his wings into another
realm of creativity. The current Webber
grad is the founder of AwakenBMS,a
performance apparel company
AwakenBMS uses a signature combi-
nation of fabric called EnduraFlux. It's
lightweight, breathable design offers
versatility for many different forms of
exercise. It's a combination that was
developed over many hours of research.
The AwakenBMS team wanted to find
a versatile fabric that could be used in
many different forms and would allow
individuals limitless motionfor multiple
activities.
The Polk County community recog-
nizes Mark and his band of brothers as
a talented athletic trio. Mark and his two
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brothers attendedWebber International
University upon high school graduation.
Mark received his Bachelor of Science in
Hospitality Management and his Master
of Business Administration in Business
Management.
Marlar pondered the concept.upon
completing his MBA. He went on to
pursue a professional basketball career
in the south of France. He tried out for
a team in Mont de Marsan, when he
had a crippling injury that herniated
two of his lower vertebrae. The specific
concept came about when he was unable
to be active for weeks, while he was at
close friend's parent's house in a foreign
country, he was allotted time to think.
"This was the most difficult period I
had ever faced in my life, and I couldn't
help but wonder if my life would ever
begin to take the direction I had imag-
ined. Then a thought hit me one day
while I was staring at the ceiling; it was as
if a deeper part of myself was answering
my questions. I began to realize that my
life was waiting on me to decide when


it would take off," a reminiscent Marlar
explains.
Upon having this realization, Mark
decided that it was time to follow a
different dream. Like anyone in his
situation, he faced the fear of failure and
social acceptance of the ones who loved
him the most. From the fear, hope was
defined. This same hope is the birth of
AwakenBMS. "We want to help others
unleash the greatness that resides in each
of us, but to do this you have to adhere
to health in all aspects of life, body, mind,
and spirit (BMS)."
"This is the message that we want to
convey at AwakenBMS, that greatness
exists within each and every one of us.
You don't have to go to another country
to find it, or buy a new pair of shoes, it's
already there; you just have to con-
sciously make the decision to unleash it,"
Marlar states.
Marlar has involved a circle of friends
and family to help with his clothing line
launch and advertisement, which he
credits as the most "rewarding part of the


business." Brothers Luke and Dave Marlar
as well as college friend Tyler Hoevenaar,
were heavily involved in the birth of the
business. Chad and Trey Deberry are also
credited as a major help in the develop-
ment process as well, in addition to the
patience, love, support, and belief of
Jessica Margan.
AwakenBMS may have been most
recently seen at a booth at the runners
expo at the Gate River Run, where they
focused on promoting their new line, and
also raising awareness for the FA.C.E.
(fitness and character education) founda-
tion based in Jacksonville.
"I want to stress the importance of the
support of those around me. Without the
belief of others, I would have never been
inspired to begin the path to my own
dreams," Marlar states.
AwakenBMS can be found on all major
social media networks (Facebook, Twitter,
Instagram, YouTube, etc.) at Awakenbms
as well as a full line of athletic apparel on
the company website: www.awakenbms.
.com.


Tyler Hoovenaar, a friend of Mark's, smiling for
the camera.


PHOTOS BY ANGELICA PENNINGTON


"TeamBMS" poses fora quick photo.


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would have to be moved ifthe plan
is implemented, and LeFils said they
would be personally contacted to make
sure it would be OK to move them.
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"We're very sensitive to their bricks,"
she added.
City Manager T.R. Croley said it was
a difficult time in the public works
department to dedicate much time
to anything.beyond what the basics
require at this time, in part because
the rainy season means more mow-
ing is needed, and in part because


there are three new workers in that
department.
LeFils has marked off the spots
where the trees would go to allow the
city council to see where work needs
to be done.
"I don't think you have enough
information to know what you're going
to spend," Croley noted. "But I think


it's a great idea to give a face-lift to our
community."
Council members didn't commit to
any specific help until it learns more,
but also endorsed the idea in general.
"It's a great idea," noted council-
woman Martha Neher. "Thank you
for taking the initiative and doing the
groundwork for us."


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Louise Cooper


Roy Gooch


Louise Cooper went to be with the
Lord as she peacefully passed away in
her sleep on May 6, 2013, in Clermont,
Fla., at the age of 98.
She was a loving wife, mother,
grandmother, great-grandmother and
friend to all who were blessed to know
her.
She was the daughter of Russell
Reitzel Shaffer and Edith Steiger
Shaffer of Mercersburg, Pa., where she
was born on April 4, 1915.
The eldest of three daughters,
she would have been the first of her
family to go to college, but the Great
Depression interfered, so she went to
secretarial school instead.
Louise met her husband, John Byrne
Cooper, while employed at a resort
on a Pennsylvania mountaintop. She
and Byrne were married Sept. 7, 1941,
just before the outbreak of the Second
World War and moved to Baltimore,
Md., where Byrne worked at the naval
shipyard and the first two of their
three children were born.
After the war, the family moved to
Lakeland, Fla., where near the lo-
cal college campus they purchased
a small soda shop which became
a favorite after school spot for the
college students. Later, the family
briefly moved to a small farm on the
outskirts of Lakeland before moving
back into the city.
As her children became older;
Louise worked as secretary for the
Florida Citrus Commission and
International Minerals. Always a part
of the lives of her children and grand-
children, she served as Cub Scout den
mother and Girl Scout leader as well
as in her children's PTA.
Her many community activities
included being a contestant in the
Mrs. Lakeland Beauty Pageant. An
avid and active church member,
Louise was a long-time member of
Grace Lutheran Church in Lakeland
and after the family moved to nearby
Lake Wales, Fla., she continued her
church affiliation with the First United
Methodist Church where she was
active in the United Methodist Women
and served for many years as youth
director.
After her husband's death in 1980,
she moved to Clermont, Fla., to be near
her daughter and son-in-law and their
two children whom she adored, happily
babysitting at every opportunity.
Louise continued her church
stewardship with the First United
Methodist Church in Clermont, often
driving older parishioners to church
activities. Always active, along with
her church and school activities, she


also enjoyed flower gardening, serving
as president and Life Member of the
Clermont Gardening Club, winning
many awards for her arrangements
and proudly attending annual Florida
School Volunteer Conferences and
State Garden Club Conventions.
For many years, Louise also rep-
resented World Book Encyclopedia,
attending their International
Achievement Conference each
year. She especially enjoyed trav-
eling, visiting Atlanta, Ga., and
Denver, Colo., to spend time with
and babysit her grandchildren and
great-grandchildren.
When her husband passed away,
Louise became a world traveler,
visiting many countries throughout
Europe and Asia. She loved traveling
with her sister, Janet, and with her
church groups. Among the sights she
often recalled were cruising on the
Mississippi, the grizzly bears and cari-
bou of Alaska, the Great Wall of China,
whale watching in Hawaii, Greek
temples, mosques in Turkey and the
Great pyramids of Egypt. She enjoyed
the fall foliage in New England and
many of the National Parks through-
out our nation.
Louise was preceded in death
by her husband of 40 years, John
Byrne Cooper; her sisters, Mildred
Shaffer Hiscock and Janet Shaffer
McLaughlin; and her granddaughter,
Paige Meredith Birgfeld.
She is survived by her three children,
John Byrne Cooper, Jr. and his wife,
Jane, Carol Suzanne Birgfeld and her
husband, Frank, and Nancy Louise
Ladd and her husband, Dale. She is
also survived by seven grandchildren,
John Byrne Cooper III (Ginger), Tracy
Diane Patterson (Randy), Julie Allison
Denison (Craig), Scott David Cooper
(Colby), Craig Brendon Birgfeld (Cally),
Amy Louise Ladd and Brian John Ladd.
Other survivors include her 12 great-
grandchildren, Chance and Paxton
Cooper; Annabel Cooper; Grace and
Ben Patterson; Cooper Denison; Cade,
Bryn and Harper Birgfeld; and Jess, Taft
and Kohl Dixon.
A memorial service for Louise is at
3 p.m. on May 19, 2013, at the First
United Methodist Church, Clermont,
Fla. The Rev. Doug Kokx will officiate.
In lieu of flowers, the family re-
quests with gratitude that memorial
contributions in Louise's name be
directed to Cornerstone Hospice
Foundation, 2445 Lane Park Road,
Tavares, FL 32778 or to the Clermont
First United Church Youth Scholarship
Fund, 950 7th St. Clermont, FL 34711.


RoyGooch,96 B -,,: -
of Lake Wales '""
passed away
Wednesday, 3;
June 5, 2013, at
Grace Health
Care.
He was born
Feb. 4,1917,
in Minor Hill,
Tenn.; and came
here from St.
Petersberg in Roy Gooch
1958. He was a
retired mechanic for Florida Power,
and was of the Baptist faith. He was
a member of the Masonic Lodge and
VFW.
Roy was preceded in death by his
parents, two brothers and two sisters.
Survivors include his wife of


Norman S. Ford
Mr. Norman S. Ford, United States
Army, retired, 72, of Lake Wales, Fla.,
died Wednesday, June 5, 2013, at
Winter Haven Hospital. Arrangements
by Johnson Funeral Home, Lake
Wales.


Sally J. Cameron

Mrs. Sally J. Cameron, 83, of Indian
Lake Estates, Fla., died on Friday,
June 7, 2013, at The Groves Center.
Arrangements by Johnson Funeral
Home, Lake Wales.,

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50 years, Flora Gooch; daughters,
April Lightcap (Gene) of Georgia and
Dana Giles (Steven) of Leesburg; step-
daughters, Jean Scheets of Lakeland
and Diane Musselwhite (Clyde) of
Clermont; five grandchildren and
12 great-grandchildren.
Visitation is from 3-5 p.m. Sunday,
June 9, 2013, and the funeral service
will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, June
10, 2013, at Marion Nelson Funeral
Home in Lake Wales.
Interment is at 2:30 p.m. Monday,
June 10, 2013, at the Florida National
Cemetery in Bushnell.
Condolences may be sent to the
family and the webcast of the service
can be viewed at www.marion nelson-
funeralhome.com.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


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Although the way be drear?
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when steps of Yours are near.
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County elderly care in jeopardy



Options being explored to save adult day health care centers


By CASSIE JACOBY
CJACOBY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM

Caregivers who vowed to keep their
loved ones at home and out of a nursing
home are worried that they won't be able
to keep their promise if the county's Adult
Day Health Care program is reduced.
Despite the price tag of $821,296 a year
to operate the centers in Bartow, Lake
Wales, Haines City and Lakeland, county
commissioners are exploring options to
continue providing the service. But, a pro-
posal to save $258,000 by closing centers in
Bartow and Lake Wales while consolidating
participants to Lakeland and Haines City
where enrollment is higher, has sparked
a flood of letters from constituents like
Wanda Murphy who pleaded to keep the
Lake Wales center open.
"I would have to quit my job because
the few other services available are not
affordable," she said. In a quivering
voice as her eyes filled with tears, she
explained how her 65-year-old husband,
Dennis, who has dementia and limited
mobility, looks forward to going to the
center he has attended every weekday
since it opened three years ago.
"I trust the girls completely," Murphy
said, praising the staff, nurses and
certified nursing assistants. "Dennis gets
his showers here as well as breakfast and
lunch. I know he's safe and has activities
that he needs for mental and physical
stimulation. The one on one care not
only helps improve his well-being and
quality of life, but gives me a break so I
can continue working and have time to
take care of my own needs."
Although the daily fee is $56, Murphy
obtained a grant to reduce the weekly
cost to $127. Funds are available through
the VA, elderly services, the Alzheimer's
Association and odier agencies..
SMuriphy's feelings are echoed by
65-year-old Marilyn McKnight. She
hugged her 88-year-old mother Annie
Pearl Ramsey, who spent 25 years as the
food service manager at Janie Wilson
Howard Elementary, as she described
why she is so devoted to her care.
"I make her a priority because she
always took care of her children, grand-
children and great-grandchildren. It's
heartbreaking to realize more people
haven't been able to take advantage of
this service. It's not only for the client.
It's for the caregiver. I know she's safe
and doesn't just sit around. She enjoys
playing bingo and being around people.
This is a blessing."
"It's the best of both worlds," said
Donna Kay, ADHC program manager.
"They get to live in their home, be in fa-
miliar surroundings and yet still come to


where they have a supervised health care
program throughout the day. The care-
giver knows they're safe, they're cared for,
get proper nutrition and have activities
that provide socialization. It just speaks
to quality of life rather than having them
go into long term care. Caregivers that
have come to us with nowhere to turn
and been given a new lease on life."
Commissioners were directed to ex-
plore options to reduce ADHC expenses
after efforts to secure a public/private
partnership were unsuccessful and a
marketing campaign to increase enroll-
ment had limited success.
With a capacity for 48 clients, Bartow
has 21 enrolled, but the average daily
census is 14. It's even worse in Lakes
Wales where, with the capacity for 75,
on average only eight of the 22 enrolled
attend. Haines City, also with a capacity
for 75, has 38 enrolled.
In the Lakeland facility, which has a
capacity for 75, 57 are enrolled and 39 are
actually at the facility on an average daily
basis.
"This is a very sensitive issue," said
Commissioner George Lindsey. "Every
need has to be weighed. We've seen
the county's resources go down by $93
million in the last five or six years. Where
can we get the greatest level of service for
the greatest number of residents of Polk
County? It's easy to be a person who says
yes to everything. The challenge is to be
a responsible manager. We have to make
some tough choices and ask is this the
role of county government?"
Lindsey and Commissioner Melony
Bell both made recent visits to the
centers they described as "top-notch
facilities that provide a very vital service
with a caring staff."
"We're awaiting the results of an
audit to see what changes need to be
made and will explore all options before
making any hasty decisions," said Bell.
She doesn't know when that will be. "It's
the elderly who are forgotten and we
shouldn't d6 that. They've worked hard,
paid their taxes and have contributed to
society. We need to put more resources
into the elderly and make sure they're
taken care of."
Bell suggested teaming up with
agencies that provide services to the
elderly such as Volunteers in Service to
the Elderly (VISTE).
The goal of the community-based,
non-profit organization is to enable frail,
elderly persons to continue living inde-
pendently and safely in their own home.
Other services such as Meals-on-Wheels
could help identify isolated seniors in
need of day care.
"When I spent a day delivering meals


in Fort Meade, it was a wake up call for
me because these people are all alone.
They see no one except the volunteer
who delivers their meals and now she
has become their lifeline watching out
for their other needs."

A tough choice

According to the Area Agency on
Aging, one in four families in the county
has a caregiver providing care to a family
member. That's nearly 24,000 family
caregivers for those ages 60 and older.
Although there are more questions than
answers as to why enrollment is so low,
no one questions the need for the care.
"Many people need the program
county wide, but just don't know about
the services that are available and grants
that help pay for the care. I think we
would all prefer to stay in our home with
ourfamily as long as possible or until
the end of life. This has always been a
passion for me for 24 years here with the
county," added Kay. "You pour your heart
and soul into a program because you
believe in it and you see the benefits of
what it does out there. I want the best for
the vulnerable citizens of Polk County."
'A community is judged by how
it treats its older people and young
people," said Deming Cowles, Lake Wales
Family Literacy Coalition executive direc-
tor, part of the team that fought hard to
get the center in Lake Wales. "We don't do
a very good job providing recreation for
kids and we aren't doing a good job if we
let our adult day care falter. We should


do things to attract economic develop-
ment. What company wants to relocate
to a community that doesn't take care of
its elderly? You just don't do this to your
mother or father or any loved one."
Cowles proposed changing fees to
encourage more enrollment.
S"We need a sliding scale to accom-
modate people who can't afford full bore
on care. Merging with other centers
would create all kinds of problems for
families trying to take their loved ones
to and from the centers. We just have to
use our money more wisely and be more
enlightened."
Others community leaders in Lake
Wales understand the challenges elected
officials face.
"It's hard to justify the expense," said
Rob Quam, Lake Wales Care Center
executive director. "If other centers are
more populated, the county has to do
what makes sense. We complain a lot
about waste of money in government,
but when they have to make tough
decisions we don't like that so we can't
have our cake and eat it, too. It's a shame
because it's a beautiful facility and a great
program." Quam added that the Care
Center has no current plans to provide
adult day care.
"There are no easy answers and for
every family there's a different answer,"
said Lindsey. "The balancing act is the
challenge. We face some tough choices
in the spectrum of possibilities. One
extreme is to shut them down. The other
extreme is to keep them going at the
current pace and even perhaps growing
them."


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Hall of Famers praise high school


By BRENDA EGGERT BROADER
BBRADER@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM

Although the candidates were
being inducted into the Polk County
School District Hall of Fame and
being honored for their contribu-
tions, Col. James Baker Jr., Larry D.
Hardaway and Joseph G. Tedder gave
speeches highlighting the benefits of
their high school educations under
the Polk County School system.
The candidates spoke at the annual
Hall of Fame and Honor Graduates
Banquet June 7 at Lake Ashton.
"When I attended (The United
States Military Academy) West
Point I was not the best at anything
anymore," Baker said referring to
his 'best at many things' high school
career in Auburndale. "Looking back,
I was resilient because I had had
parents, friends and a community to
guide me."
He urged the graduates in the
audience to "please be thankful for
community, churches and whatever
it is that gives you strength. Your
ticket (graduation) is ready to be
used and your future is bright."
Hardaway shared that his "heart is
full of gratitude and I have a humble
spirit as I stand here tonight."
Hardaway documented the


parallels of a good education be-
tween his high school education in
Winter Haven High School and how
it led to his furthering himself in
education, and his friend's educa-
tion, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd,
a 2012 Hall of Fame inductee and
graduate of Lakeland High School.
"We both are representatives of
the Polk County School System that
has a belief to educate its children,"
Hardaway said. "We are examples
about what is good about Polk
County schools."
Tedder's praise of the school system
"taught me leadership, how to be
creative and to think outside the box.
The arts taught me passion whether
it was singing, acting or drawing, it
builds leaders to be successful in life."

Baker
Baker is a
graduate of
West Point
earning a bach-
elor's degree in
Human Factors
Engineering. He
served in the Gulf
War, attended
flight school at
Col. James E. BakeriJr. Fort Rucker, Ala.,


is a graduate of the Field Artillery
Office Basic Course, aviation officer
advanced course, command and
general staff college, joint and com-
bined war fighting school and holds
a master's degree in business man-
agement from Webster University. He
has had numerous military assign-
ments and positions he has served,
along with an abundance of awards
and commendations.

Hardaway
Hardaway
practices per-
sonal injury law
and criminal
law in the first
of Larry D.
Hardaway and
Associates,
PA. He at-
tended Davidson
College on a
football scholar-
Lship, earned a
Larry D. Hardaway bachelor of arts
degree in political science, is the
first African-American student to
be named senior class president at
Winter Haven High School and was
the third African-American to ever
play football for Davidson College.


Hardaway is a graduate of the
University of Florida Law School.

Tedder
Tedder was
elected tax collec-
wttor of Polk County
in 1996 and has
been re-elected
for the past four
terms. Prior
to his county
career he was a
s Florida legislator
responsible for
passage of many
da rt legislative inifia-
Tedder tives dealing with
accountability and performance. He is
a graduate of Florida Southern College
with a BS degree in accounting, work-
ing in the firm of Tedder, Grimsley and
Company, CPA for more than 10 years.
Active in a great deal of community
service organizations, his creation of
Kids Tag Art Project is a creative design
and fundraising project that originated
in the Polk County Tax Collector's
Office involving almost all elementary
schools in the county. He has been
presented numerous awards for his
work in the arts, art recognition and
art education.


RoQney direct, to the point at Tiger Bay


By STEVE STEINER
SSTEINER@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
U.S. Rep. Tom Rooney, R-District 17,
did not mince words or sidestep'ques-
tions at the Monday, June 10, Tiger Bay
of Polk County monthly gathering.
Like all guests who appear before
Tiger Bay members and guests, Rooney
gave a brief synopsis of his background,
which included having served with the
U.S. Army after completing law school,
and getting his first direct taste of
politics as a staff member of then-Sen.
Connie Mack 1II. Rooney also told of
his first term in office, when he repre-
sented District 16, which at the time
went from coast to coast in Florida.
"It was kind of a crazy district," he
said. While he said he had been told
he currently has the largest district in
Florida, he said he disputed that, and
that it probably might be more accu-
rate to state he has the largest agricul-
tural district in the state.
Rooney, who arrived approxi-
mately 30 minutes late, having traveled
directly from Tampa International
Airport, moved slowly as he was
recovering from a pulled muscle in
his back, an injury that had occurred
several days earlier while doing yard
work. Moderator S.L. Frisbie made note
of that as he introduced Rooney.
"Being already in pain, we'll try not
to make your questions too painful,"
said Frisbie, brandishing his trademark
humor.
One of the first questions Rooney
was asked what was he doing to bridge
the gap in partisanship in Washington,
D.C. Rooney said that as a rule he does
not appear on TV very often, some-
thing he sometimes has been taken to
task about, but something he usually
avoided doing, for a reason.
"What you see on TV are the same
10 percent of the people who do it
all the time," said Rooney. He said he
preferred to work for solutions rather


than appear on TV and berate the
opposite party. "I'm trying my best to
forge allies."
Moments earlier, he had invoked
incidents in the past how Democrats
and Republicans had found com-
mon ground. Without citing anything
specific, he praised how Newt Gingrich
and Bill Clinton, and earlier, Ronald
Reagan and Tip O'Neill, had been
able to work together. That is not the
atmosphere currently in Washington,
D.C., and mentioned the issue of
sequestration.
"We've missed some of those oppor-
tunities," said Rooney. "It's regretful."
He expressed the hope that the next
election would install officials willing to
work together. He said he did not want
to be an 80-year-old man sitting at a
Thanksgiving dinner and his children
asking, wasn't he there (in Congress)
when the country went to hell in a
handbasket.
Because he is a member of the
Permanent Select Committee on
Intelligence, there were certain ques-
tions Rooney told the audience he
might not be permitted or able to an-
swer. However, he was able to respond
to a question asking for an example of-
where he supported President Obama,
refusing to arm Syrian rebels.
"I am not in favor of arming the
rebels in Syria," he said. The main
reason is the ranks of the rebels have
been infiltrated by a lot of people the
U.S. has been fighting the past 10 years.
He acknowledged there was no good
answer when it concerned atrocities
being committed. It is difficult to know
when to get involved beyond humani-
tarian aid. On this issue, though, he
asserted he was steadfast.
"I'm generally a hawk when it comes
to military interests, but this time I'm
supporting the President and not my
party."
Rooney said he did not believe
Attorney General Eric Holder will


resign and step down Rooney used
the word, retire despite the barrage
of recent incidents that have cast the
Justice Department in a prejudicial
light. He faulted much of what has
taken place on Holder.
"I believe there is a fundamental
lack of leadership in the Justice
Department," Rooney said. He did
indicate that the desire for Holder to
step down is not limited to the House
and Senate.
"I do know from 'inside baseball' that
the president's office would like it if he
did."
In addition to his position on the
Intelligence Committee, Rooney is
on the Committee on Agriculture and
chairs the Subcommittee on Livestock,
Dairy and Poultry. He is also on the
Subcommittee on Nutrition and
Agriculture.
An issue more close to home con-
cerned The Dream Act. Placed in terms
of economics, Rooney said he favored
it. It differed from his vote the first
time the measure came to the floor.
That first time, Rooney said he would
have supported it had-it included a
provision about military service, which
he said it did not. As a result he cast a
nay vote.


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He also disparaged comments made
that if Republicans don't do anything to
woo the rising Hispanic population that
it would prove disastrous for the GOP
"It's not my job to get Republicans
elected," said Rooney. "My job is to do
the best for this country based on what
knowledge I have."
In that vein, Rooney warned that
the U.S., is a generation away from
the children of farmers who will go
elsewhere, career-wise, rather than
return to the farm. He then incorpo-
rated the argument in favor of farm
subsidies. Without those subsidies,
crops currently grown here will greatly
diminish.
"We shouldn't forget, other govern-
ments subsidize their farmers," he
said. For all those reasons, Rooney said
he now supports The Dream Act. "I
don't consider it a poison pill if I vote
for it."

About District 17
District 17 encompasses Highlands,
Glades, Okeechobee, Charlotte, Hardee,
DeSoto and parts of Polk, Manatee,
Hillsborough, and Lee counties. In Polk
County, his district includes Frostproof
and Lake Wales.


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which began on June 1, Polk County
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Polk County Emergency Management
have again partnered with Publix Super
Markets to produce and distribute the
"Polk County Public Shelters" map for
2013.
This annual map is designed to assist
both resident and tourist evacuees in
finding shelter during an impending
storm.
"In the event a hurricane threatens
Central Florida, we will work closely
with our accommodations partners
to determine the supply of available
accommodations. This information
is critical in helping evacuees find
available lodging. We want our guests
to have a safe and pleasant experi-
ence, in spite of the circumstances,"
said Mark Jackson, director of Polk
County Tourism and Sports Marketing
(PCTSM).
PCTSM relays this vital informa-
tion to Polk County Emergency
Management (PCEM) and area lodg-
ing facilities. PCEM uses this data
to decide when and where to open
shelters, once area accommodations
reach capacity. Evacuees can then be
directed to open shelters using the
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Girls Inc. to open facility in Bartow


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By ALIDA SCHAT
ASCHAT@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
Girls Inc., the national afterschool
and summer camp program for girls is
coming to Bartow, starting this school
year. The first Girls Inc. program was
opened in 1864 in Waterbury, Conn.,
and has since expanded throughout
the United States and Canada. Kay
Fields, CEO of the Girls Inc. program
in Lakeland, is the woman behind the
move to Bartow.
"One of the things that we've always
wanted to do is make sure we serve
as many girls as we can, and we've
had a presence in Bartow before but
we've always had to use someone
else's facility," said Fields, who is also
a school board member.
The program will open up in the
former BEST Academy facility, located
at 650 W. Main St. in Bartow.
"When you don't have your own
place, it's difficult sometimes to do
the types of programs that you really
believe are going to be in the best
interest of the girls," said Fields.
In the past, Girls Inc. offered pro-
grams in Bartow by using the facilities
of local churches and organizations.
The Bartow center was purchased
with the greater goal in mind of being
able to serve as many communities
in Polk County as possible. Though
the Lakeland facility is too far away to
provide afterschool transportation for
girls in Lake Wales, Mulberry and Fort
Meade, transportation to Bartow from
those communities is more likely. The
details regarding which schools the
Girls Inc. in Bartow will provide trans-
portation for is not yet confirmed, but
Fields' hope is that Bartow and the
surrounding communities will all be
able to take advantage of the Bartow
Girls Inc. Program.
The Girls Inc. program and facil-
ity has been in Lakeland since 1971,
and provides guidance and support
for girls in the community through
a variety of activities, such as visual
and dance arts, sports, field trips,
and academic tutoring. The national
mission of Girls Inc. is to inspire girls
to be strong, smart, and bold.
"This is a program that focuses on
nothing but girls needs. We don't have
any distractions and our programs are
geared to address the needs of girls.
They can come to Girls Inc. and feel
comfortable in their own skin," said
Fields.
In recent years, national public
attention towards girls' issues has
increased dramatically. According to
2011 research funded by the popular


Dove Beauty Campaign, in a study
of more than 1,200 10-17 year-olds,
72 percent said they felt tremendous
pressure to be beautiful. Additionally,
the Confidence Coalition sites that 81
percent of 10 year-old girls are afraid
of being fat. Fields believes that girls
are better adept at learning to deal
with these types of issues when they
are in an all girls environment.
"Coming to a place like Girls Inc. is
assurance for many of them because
it's stability a place where they know
they are going to be safe and nurtured
and loved. That's very important," said
Fields.
Girls Inc. places an emphasis on
education; stressing good study habits
and providing local college visits,
tours, and speakers for the girls' as
they get older.
"It doesn't matter where they might
be now, it doesn't matter what their
personal environment might be like.
What matters is them establishing
goals and dreaming about what they
can be," said Fields.
Fields finds that girls who start Girls
Inc. when they are in kindergarten
and continue through high school
have much higher success rates
then those that come and go. To
keep older girls involved, Girls Inc.
encourages lasting membership and
volunteerism.
"Eventually if they do well academi-
cally, stay focused, and have good
behavior, and a great attitude, when
they become 16 years of age we would
transition them into employment,"
said Fields.
With the combination of outreach
programs and center-based programs,
the Lakeland Girls Inc. serves approxi-
mately 500 girls a year. The goal for
the Bartow program is to add about
150 girls to this number.
This summer will be spent prepar-
ing the building for the grand open-
ing. "We've got our work cut out for us
because it was in foreclosure. I don't
think its been occupied for at least
two years and they left everything
in the building, so we're really hav-
ing to go in there and do a massive
cleanout," said Fields. But Fields has
high hopes for the Bartow Center.
She plans to replicate the Lakeland
program because the success of that
program has been high. If funds
allow, an indoor or outdoor pool is
on her wish list for the Bartow facil-
ity. "I think it would be nice for the
girls to be able to have swim lessons
like the girls are able to have here (in
Lakeland)," said Fields.
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during the school year and $45 per
week during the summer. "We could
not provide those fees as low as they
are without the support of United Way
and other people that are contributing
to our organization," said Fields. With
the move to Bartow, Fields is hoping
for the same community support that


the Lakeland community has offered.
"I would like the (Bartow
Community) to see Girls Inc. as a
treasure that everyone, especially,
hopefully, the girls can take advantage
of, and that there are opportunities
that await their daughters through
Girls Inc.," said Fields.


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Many of the popular food dishes are real'comfort
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and onions and toss in a ubiquitous burger and add
other staples and you've got Anna's menu. Most of the
dinnerdishes cost from $6.95 to 12.95, but the break-
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Laoudis says the most popular dishes are the
breakfast burrito and omelets, the burgers and Greek
salads for lunch and the dinner specials including
spaghetti nights and the Friday fish fry are the big
hits. She adds that the unique pork fritter also tops
the selection list.
"Whatever we serve:' Laoudis says, "is made
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pared to order. If you order fish, it has to be battered
and fried,' she says. "It's not pre-battered or frozen
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before opting to spend five years in Greece,where she
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Seniors collect scholarships,


awards


A number of Frostproof seniors were
awarded scholarships and walked away
with awards during the annual Senior
Night awards program on May 23.
Jose Gonzalez won the Ben Hill
Griffin Inc. Scholarship, while Sonia
Rodriguez won the Clen Churchill
Scholarship. The Frostproof Rotary
Club handed out three scholarship
awards this year, to Tiara Ganines;
Elizabeth Lizalde and Aaron Olson. The
Maxcy Foundation Scholarship went to
Kaylee Norris and the MidFlorida Credit
Union/Rebecca Keith Scholarship was
awarded to Hannah Terrebonne.
The Ford/FFA Scholarship from Bill
Jarrett Ford went to Kaylee Norris,
while the River Greens Scholarship was
presented to Amber Riedel. The FFA
Angel award went to Destaney King and
the FFA Honor Graduate award went
to Kaylee Norris, as did the King Smith
Memorial Softball Scholarship.
Jordan Arnold won a PSC Foundation
Scholarship and PSC Public Service
Scholar was Leah Lanoue. Jim
Merkle Golf Scholarships were pre-
sented to Allyssia Raines, Amber Riedel,
Samantha Franks, Hannah Terrebonne
and Raegan Miller. The Herff Jones
Principal Award went to Tiara Gaines.
U.S. Army awards went to Kaylee Norris
and Reggie Allen. The United States
Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete
Awards were earned by Clayton Farrer
and Allyssia Raines. The "Semper
Fidelis" Award for Musical Excellence
was presented to Jacob Lambert and
Paige Castle and the United States
Marine Corps Scholastic Excellence
Award went to Jose Gonzalez and Tiara
Gaines.
Florida Academic Scholars were
Michaela Creason, Jose Gonzalez and
Andrea Landen. Florida Medallion
Scholars were Kiera Cutts, Kathryn
Flood, Tiara Gaines, Chelsea Jacobs,
Elizabeth Lizalde, Megan Maxwell,
Kaylee Norris, Aaron Olson, Allyssia
Raines, Sonia Rodriguez and Jared
Warren. The Florida Gold Seal award
went to DaveyWooten.
Superintendent's Scholars were
Michaela Creason, Jose Gonzalez and
Andrea Landen. Minority Achievemnt
Recognition awards were presented
to Juan Castillo, Tiara Gaines, Jose
Gonzalez, Courtney Hamilton, Taylor
Helper, Elizabeth Lizalde, Carolina
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Olson, Amber Riedel, Sonia Rodriguez,
Juan Sabala and Angelina Thomas.
Among this group, Gonzalez had the
highest grade point average, Castillo
had the most improved grade point av-
erage and Tiara Gaines got the Minority
Achievement Scholarship.
Silver Garland Awards went to
Zachary Hortert in art, Kaylee Norris in
athletics, Elizabeth Lizalde for citizen-
ship, Michaela Creason for English, Jose
Gonzalez for athletics, Paige Castle for
performing arts, Taylor Fitts for science
and Yureli Santibanez for vocational/
technical.
Those graduating with an "outstand-
ing" GPA (above 3.50) were: Reggie
Allen, Trevor Ard, Jordan Arnold,
Ryan Britt, Carolina Callejas, Daniela
Campos, Juan Castillo, Jessica Castle,
Paige Castle, Michaela Creason,
Stephen Dodson, Clayton Farrer, Taylor
Fitts, Kathryn Flood, Samantha Franks,
Molly Funk, Tiara Gaines, Kayla Gamez,
Jose Gonzalez, Luis Guzman, Taylor
Helper, Zachary Hortert, Diana Ibarra,
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Tesa Melendez, Raegan Miller, Ana
Montanez, Luis Montanez, Porchia
Morris, Kaylee Norris, Aaron Olson,
Allyssia Raines, Marcus Ramos,
Amber Riedel, Estevan Rivera,
Sonia Rodriguez, Rebecca Ruskin,
Juan Sabala, Edgar Saldana, Sunnie
Sanderson, Yureli Santibanez, Wesley
Smeal, Angelina Thomas, Amberly
Walters, Jared Warren, Mareena Weidler,
Lorraine Wilson, Cheyenne Woods,
DaveyWooten and Daniel Yungmann.
National Honor Soceity members
included Daniela Campos, Marcus
Castillo, Kathryn Flood, Samantha
Franks, Molly Funk, Tiara Gaines,
Courtney Hamilton, Cynthia Jimenez,
Catherin Kincaid, Raegan Miller,
Porchia Morris, Kaylee Norris, Allyssia
Raines, Amber Reidel, Estevan
Rivera, Yureli Santibanez and Daniel
Yungmann.
Those with outstanding academic
history GPA (above 3.2) were: Elizabet
Alvarado, Jordon Arnold, Alicia Barnes,
Ryan Britt, Erica Brumbalough, Daniela
Campos, Juan Castillo, Jessica Castle,
Ashley Clement, Brandon Corson,
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FROM PAGE 12

Fitts, Samantha Franks, Ivan Garcia,
Courtney Hamilton, Taylor Helper,
Zachary Hortert, Cynthia Jimenez,
Christa Jones, Maylee Landry, Jorge
Leon, Thelma McNutt, Tesa Melendez,
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Morris, Aaron Olson, Amder Riedel,
Sonia Rodriguez, Rebecca Ruskin,
Juan Sabala, Sunnie Sanderson, Yureli
Santibanez, Wesley Smeal, Angelina
Thomas, Amberly Walters, Jared
Warren, MareenaWeidler, Cheyenne
Woods and Daniel Yungmann.
Those with outstanding academic
history GPS (above 4.0) were: Carolina
Callejas, Michaela Creason, Kathryn
Flood, Samahfitha Franks, Tiara Gaines,
Jose Gonzalez, Chelsea Jacobs, Cathrine
Kincaid, Andrea Landen, Elizabth
Lizalde, Megan Maxwell, Kaylee Norris,
Allyssia Raines and Ashton Robillard.
Elizabeth Lizalde was honored for
her perfect attendance.
Community Service Recognition
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Allen, Elizabet Alvarado, Jordon
Arnold, Federico Avellaneda, Moises
Bautista, Eric Brumbalough, Brittney
Cadena, Daniela Campos, Jessica
Castle, Paige Castle, Michaela Creason,
Kiera Cutts, Cassidy Elyard, Clayton
Farrer, Taylor Fitts, Kathryn Flood,
Samantha Franks, Tiara Gaines, Jose
Gonzalez, Courtney Hamilton, Taylor
Helper, Kaigan Holmes, Zachary
Hortert, Joshua Howard, Chelsea
Jacobs, Cynthia Jimenez, Christa Jones,
Catherin Kincaid, Destaney King,
Andrea Landen, Elizabeth Lizalde,
Megan Maxwell, Trevor McCall,
Katelyn McDaniel, Tesa Melendez,
Prochia Morris, Kaylee Norris, Aaron
Olson, Allyssia Raines, Marucs Ramos,
Amber Riedel, Estevan Rivera, Ashton
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winners included, -
from left: Elizabeth
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Rebecca Ruskin, Juan Sabala, Sunnie
Sanderson, Yureli Santibanez, Dalton
Scott, Welsey Smeal, Quilene Southhall,
Jordan Tipton, Jared Warren, Davey
Wooten and Aaron Olson.
Earning community service cords
were: Elizabet Alvarado, Federico
Avellaneda, Erica Brambalough,
Jessica Castle, Paige Castle, Kiera
Cutts, Cassidy Elyard, Kathryn Flood,
Samantha Franks, Tiara Gaines,
Courtney Hamilton, Kaigan Holmes,
Zachary Hortert (with 2,137 hours),
Chelsea Jacobs, Cathrine Kincaid,
Destaney King, Elizabeth Lizalde,
Megan Maxwell, Katelyn McDaniel,
Tesa Melendez, Porchia Morris, Kaylee
Norris, Allyssia Raines, Luis Ramos,
Estevan Rivera, Yureli Santibanez,
Dalton Scott and Jordan Tipton.
Top Student awards went to:
Elizabeth Alvarado (English 4 College
Prep), Trevor Ard (Math for College
Readiness), Jordan Arnold (Pre Calculus
Honors), Ryan Britt (culinary arts),
Erica Brumbalough (Math for College
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(English 4 Springboard and TV produc-
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dance, a number of county school officials
were on hand as well to off their best wishes,
including Director of Safe Schools Greg
Bondurant.

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Left: There were, of course, plenty of hugs and
smiles, but there were a few tears of joy (and
maybe relief?) too.


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

IN RE: MARRIAGE OF
SANDRA CORLEY PACHECO,
Petitioner,.
v.
ALEJANDRO PACHECO FLORES,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE (NO CHILD OR
FINANCIAL SUPPORT)

TO: ALEJANDRO PACHECO FLORES
Last Known Address: 61 Princeton Ave., Frostproof, FL 33843

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for dissolution of marriage
has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on SANDRA COR-
LEY PACHECO whose address is 4713 Avon St. Lake Wales,
FL 33859 on or before JUNE 14, 2013, and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at 255 North Broadway Ave., Bartow, FL
33830 before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition.

The action is asking the court to decide how the following real or
personal property should be divided: NONE

Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders,
are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You
may review these documents upon request

You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified
of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the
address on record at the clerk's office.

WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Pro-
cedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents
and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions,
including dismissal or striking of pleadings.
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Claire

Bush's

retirement

celebration

Left: A photo collage was one of the many
going away gifts that Claire Bush will find room
for in her house.


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MATRIARCH
FROM PAGE 1
She taught home economics and math
for seven years before serving as a
guidance counselor for five years.
After receiving her certification from
the University of South Florida, she
became an assistant principal first
in discipline, then in curriculum and
has since served in administration.
Under her leadership, the school
has excelled academically, as she has
flawlessly implemented new state
educational standards and initiatives,
and helped teachers to better under-
stand them.
Having gone through five positions in
over four decades has made her career
both ever changing and challenging.
Adjusting to her new positions was
her biggest challenge, which she man-
aged to overcome through hard work,
study and dedication.
She attributes her success to the aid
of her past mentors, having served
under eight superintendents, eight
principals, more than 20 assistant
principals, and hundreds of teachers.
As others have supported her
endeavors, she seeks to support oth-
ers in theirs. She considers herself a
servant leader, enriching her own life
by enriching the lives of others.
"We're a team, and hopefully that will
be how they see me, as part of a team,"
Bush said. "I am there to help them be
successful."
During her career, she has fostered a
sense .of community within the school,
becoming regularly involved with
school functions and activities, espe-
cially athletics.
She has been a full-fledged Bulldog
all her life, starting as a Georgia
Bulldogs fan, and now being a
Frostproof Bulldogs fan.
Her love for the Bulldogs can be


seen in her office, which is covered
with team memorabilia. She regularly
attends football games and reads the
sports coverage in the newspaper.
Having served for more than 40
years, she has influenced generations
of Frostproof residents, with many of
her former students now the parents of
current students, and some even being
her co-workers.
Her close relationship and involve-
ment with students and staff has made
the school a second family for her.
"She takes them all personally to
heart," said principal secretary Ginger
Spence. "She's not so much my co-
worker as she is my second mom."
Once a student in her home eco-
nomics class in ninth grade, Spence
now works closely with Bush as her
secretary.
Not only has their close relationship
made Bush a mother figure to Spence,
but also a grandmother figure for her
grandchildren, who live down the street
from Bush, and visit her more often
than they do Spence. -
So personable is her relationship
with others that school hardly seems
like work for them. When Windham
was interviewed for this article, he had
recently spoken with her in her office,
but could not recall whether they were
talking about work or their personal
lives.
Windham says he owes his success
to Bush, who helped mentor and guide
him through his nine-year career at
the school, and helped him reach his
current position as principal.
He had told her. the day he became
principal that the day she retired would
be his most stressful, knowing that
he would lose someone with valuable
knowledge and wisdom of the school's
inner workings; and now that she has
retired, the burden on his shoulders
feels much heavier.
Now that Bush has retired, she
plans to focus on being a housewife


and working on her sewing and
cross-stitching.
She lives with her husband, John.
She owes her success to his support.
She does not have any children, but
she does have three dogs, she jokingly
replied.
Having been with the school for as
long as she has, especially with the


How many times
through the years
has someone said
to Mrs. Bush, "Well,
that takes the cake"
During her retire-
ment party recently
at the high school,
she got a chance to
cut the cake, and eat
it too.
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hard work and heart she has placed
into it all these years, will make it diffi-
cult for some to adjust to her absence.
"I've never been in the school with-
out Mrs. Bush here," said language
arts teacher Holly McCraw. "So it's
going to be different for me to walk
through the doors and not have her
here."


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The veterinary pharmacy


One of the beautiful things about
veterinary medicine is that, for the
most part, your needs are fulfilled
under one roof.
If your dog comes in limping, you
can get X-rays, bloodwork and surgery
done all in the same place. And if your
pet needs to go home with medica-
tions, either for treatment of a disease
or prevention (such as heartworm or
flea), you head home with what you
need and do not have to make an extra
stop. However, there is a great deal of
speculation that within a few years
the veterinary pharmacy, within small
animal practices, will be non-existent.
As a veterinarian, one of my biggest
concerns about losing our pharmacy
is losing that connection with my
patients. For example, if I start a cat
on daily medication for an over-active
thyroid gland, I know that I will see that
owner in the hospital at least every six
weeks to refill their medication. That
is a perfect opportunity for a quick
check-in to ask how Boots is doing,
and to hear perhaps that he's had a
little vomiting over the last week. This
is something I would certainly want to


Dr. Ashley Lab







address in relation to this medication,
but not something that a human medi-
cine pharmacist may be familiar with.
If I were to write a prescription for
this cat for a six-week supply of medi-
cation, with three refills, I may not have
this interaction with the owner for six
months or a year.
Internet pharmacies have opened
a whole new concern for us. One
concern is that we veterinarians are
often leftout of making decisions about
appropriate medications for the pet's
health. With such an array of products
available, I'm often surprised to learn
what all my patients may be taking.
And perhaps of even more concern are
the medications they should be taking,


but are not. Unfortunately, with the
Internet the personal veterinary con-
nection is not there to aid you in mak-
ing decisions. Two common situations
I encounter are one, a dog scratching
their ears, so an owner may purchase
an over-the-counter ear mite remedy. If
in a week or two, they are still scratch-
ing their ears and shaking their heads,
I will have the chance to examine their
ears. Commonly the ears are infected,
but the ear mite medication cannot
treat that. The other common concern
is when discussing heartworm and
flea control. Families may be using a
product that they believe was prevent-
ing both, but then come to discover
they have not been giving their pet
heartworm prevention.
Aside from the above concerns about
Internet and some big retail pharma-
cies, there are also questions as to
where the medications are coming
from, and if are they legitimate prod-
ucts. Most veterinary drug distributors
do not sell their products to these
pharmacies, because they recognize
the importance of the patient's veteri-
narian being involved. However, these


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As a veterinarian, one of Ashley Lab's biggest
concerns is about that the pharmacy is losing
a connection with her patients.
products still appear for sale online and
in other pharmacies.
Where are they coming from? We
don't know all the answers. If I know
a particular product being offered for
sale online is not coming from a direct
source, I am fearful that it may not be
effective or may even be harmful. I
recommend working with your veteri-
narian to make sure the products your
pets are receiving are safe and effective.
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June 12, 2013 Frostproof News Page 17


Preparing pets for hurricane season


Hurricane season is now upon us
-running from June 1-Nov. 30 and
experts predict 18 named storms and
nine hurricanes, four of which may be
major hurricanes.
The entire Atlantic and Gulf coasts
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rangers of leaving your pet
in a parked car
With the summer months upon us,
pet travel is at its height and it's time
for a reminder about the dangers
of leaving your pet in a parked car.
Whether you're parking in the shade,
just running into the store, or leav-
ing the windows cracked, it is still
not OK to leave your pet in a parked
car.
The temperature inside a car can
skyrocket after just a few minutes.
Parking in the shade or leaving the


windows cracked does very little to
alleviate this pressure cooker.
On a warm, sunny day try turning
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and sitting there. It will only be a few
short minutes before it becomes un-
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with the windows cracked can reach
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After 30 minutes, the temperature will
reach 120 degrees. At 110 degrees,
pets are in danger of heat stroke. On
hot and humid days, the temperature
in a car parked in direct sunlight can
rise more than 30 degrees per minute,
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Stanford University School of
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F. Their results showed that a car's
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heat. Their sweat glands, which exist
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Move the pet into the shade and
apply cool (not cold) water all over
their body to gradually lower their
temperature.
Apply ice packs or cool towels to the
pet's head, neck and chest only.
Allow the pet to drink small
amounts of cool water or lick ice cubes.


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Discover program may be in jeopardy


Program for seventh-graders at Discovery


Center


may be cut from budget


By ALIDA SCHAT
ASCHAT@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
With the school year officially over,
many teachers are in the process of
planning next year's curriculum for
their students. Polk's Nature Discovery
Center teacher, Sherri Brownkatz was
in this process when she received a
notice the first week of May that she
and Kim Rex were being repurposed
from their positions at the Discovery
Center to science teacher positions at a
district middle school.
"It was a complete surprise. We were
not expecting it at all," said Brownkatz
of the decision to repurpose the two
teaching positions. The Discovery
Center is located at Circle B Bar
Reserve and boasts more than 12,000
acres of natural wildlife.
The decision is part of the mandate
to balance the $12.7 million education
budget deficit by July 1. This decision
will end 1he curriculum based Eco-Lab
program for seventh-graders that al-
lows students to take a field trip to the
Discovery Center.
"They don't get it in the classroom.
We always tell the kids, 'You're study-
ing an ecosystem. We cannot bring an
ecosystem to you so we bring you out
to actually experience it.' Something
that reading out of a book will never do
for you is give you an experience," said
Brownkatz.
The program was made possible
by a three-way partnership among
the Polk County Commission, the
school board of Polk County and the
Southwest Florida Water Management
District, with the goal being to provide
hands-on learning experiences in an
outdoor setting that engage students in
investigating the value of Polk County's
natural resources.
When the students come on their
field trip to the Discovery Center they
are given a set of materials to complete
the lab, which includes hand-held
computers, a set of binoculars, sci-
entific probe ware, species identity
sheets, a log book, and other tools to
gather lab samples. "(This program)
combines technology with the natural
world," said Brownkatz. Much of the
curriculum is based around educat-
ing students of human impact on the
natural world and teaching them where
their drinking water comes from.
"There's an old quote, 'If you don't
know about it you won't care about it.
If you don't love it, you're not going to
do anything for it," said Brownkatz.
A self described "outdoors person,"
Brownkatz sets up the Eco-Lab so
that students can see for themselves
the water quality levels of local water
sources and learn about the threat
of sinkholes and saltwater intrusion
along the coast. "These are the voters
of the future," said Brownkatz, who
believes hands-on learning is crucial to
their education.
Throughout the process of coming
up with a plan to balance the educa-
tion budget deficit, the Polk County
school board has avoided making
direct cuts to staff and programs that
affect the education of Polk County's
students. People and programs are
the last place the board has looked to
make cuts to, said District 4 school
board member Dick Mullenax. "So far
we have not had to touch the students
and the classroom," said Mullenax.
"This is directly affecting their sci-
ence education," said Brownka-tz, who
is hoping for a community response
that will cause the district to recon-
sider the cut to the seventh-grade
program. "I don't have a solution (to
the budget deficit) but I certainly think
that this (program) is necessary. Kids


need hands-on. It can't all be out of a
book," said Brownkatz. The universal
consensus is that these are tough times
and balancing the deficit is a difficult
task.
"All the easy cuts have been made,"
said Mullenax.
"It is a fact that we were told by
Becky Braaten from the Department
of Academic Rigor that we were being
repurposed," said Brownkatz. However,
the school board has not had the
chance to discuss this decision with
the new superintendent, Kathryn
LeRoy. The new superintendent is re-
viewing the budget and plans to bring
her recommendations to the board in
a meeting scheduled for Tuesday, said
Board Chairwoman, Hazel Sellers.
Polk County Association President,
Marianne Capoziello agrees that
the primary goal is to make sure the
students are getting the education that
they need.
"At the moment my goal is to have
some open conversation with the new
superintendent," said Capoziello, who
plans to voice her opposition to any
mention of casting the blame towards
the teachers.
"While this center has been very
valuable, we have to prioritize where
we're making these cuts," said Sellers.
If the Discovery Center program does
in fact get cut, Sellers hopes that the
district will be able to find a way to still
give students the meaningful hands-on
experience that the Eco-Lab program
provided.
Though Brownkatz and Rex will both
have jobs next year, the district saves
money by not having to hire two new
teachers to take the science teacher
positions that they will be filling.
"This is my dream job," said
Brownkatz of her position at the
Discovery Center. "If you're a teacher
today, you have to really be dedicated
and you have to know that what you
do is for the kids."
During these economically hard
times, the reward of being a teacher
does not come from the salary, but
from the joy of seeing students happy
while learning something worthwhile,
said Brownkatz. One day, Brownkatz
had a student come up to her and say,
"This is the best field trip I've had in
10 years!" "Well, he's 13 years old. He
hasn't been in school for 10 years. They
are so funny," said Brownkatz.
The response from parents and
classroom teachers has been positive
too, regarding the Discovery Center
Eco-Lab experience. In an anonymous
final evaluation of the program,
parents and teachers were given the
chance to leave their comments of the
program.
One evaluator wrote, "There were
many kids that surprised me and I
think this trip may have been life-alter-
ing to them. I saw glimmers of possible
biologists/scientists in students that
I had never seen before and that was
really cool. This trip gave them the
hands-on experience that goes beyond
just meeting the standards ... they got
to experience life! Let's see the FCAT
measure that!"


PHOTOS BY ALIDA SCHAT

Bones, fossilized rocks, shells and all kinds of things from the environment are on display at the
Circle B Ranch's Discovery Center where seventh-graders have received a hands-on education that
is facing termination due to budget cuts.


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on education on the ecosystem and environment. That program may go away as the school board
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FEELING



Cool off with home-made infused water


Our bodies are composed of 60 percent
water. This life-sustaining, calorie-free
fluid is essential for every cell and organ.
Many folks consider drinking water
unimportant or boring. This is, in part,
the unfortunate result of decades-long
aggressive marketing campaigns by
commercial beverage manufacturers.
To replace daily large amounts of water,
lost by perspiration, breathing, in urine,
and other waste-expelling mechanisms,
we must drink 6-8 cups of plain water, as
well as additive-free beverages made up
of mostly water. Eating more water-rich
foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables
is also part of a good hydration and
detoxification strategy. Do not, however,
drink more than a half cup liquid with or
immediately after meals.
Water infused with vegetables, herbs, or
fruit, for daily consumption or when you
are having company, is utterly refreshing,
fabulously delicious, attractive in appear-
ance, and nourishing to boot. This type
of beverage is great for staying hydrated
and is filled with vitamins, minerals, and
other nutrients from the fresh ingredients
incorporated in it (See recipes below).
When pouring a glass of infused water,
strain into the glass only the amount to
be served. You can garnish it with a sprig
of an herb, or a slice of fruit. Twenty-four
hours after making the enhanced water,
strain the entire amount (if any is left),
and discard its solid ingredients, to
prevent them from rotting in the water.
Once you made a couple of these
low-cal, delicious health-bombs, you can
let your imagination and your creative
juices concoct new combinations, as well
as varying flavor strength: (gradually) add
more water if you prefer only a hint of
flavor. For a more robust taste use larger
amounts of the ingredients added to the.
water. A teaspoon of finely grated ginger


root adds a magnificent, more complex
and tropical flavor to any of these
beverages. Ginger root can be found in
produce sections of most grocery stores.
Additional ingredients which can be
used for scrumptious infused water
are berries, cantaloupe, peach, orange,
honeydew, cilantro, parsley, rosemary,
and other herbs and juicy fruits.
Make your own additive-free, caffeine-
free iced tea from all natural, herbal
tea bags. Do not add sugar, to any of
the drinks or you will defeat your own
wellness endeavor. For a slightly sweeter
taste, if desired, you can add a teaspoon
of honey dissolved in a tablespoon of
warm water.
If you live in Sodaville wean yourself
from soft drinks and other commercial,
health-wrecking drinks which marinate
your body with, artificial food colors, arti-
ficial flavors and sweeteners, corn syrup,
preservatives and/or caffeine. In addition,
the beverages are infinitely more expen-
sive when you also consider the health
issues they cause. Some of the terms
used in labeling these products, such as
"natural" are loosely defined by the Food
and Drug Administration's laws and can
be quite misleading to the consumer.
If you care about your health, cut
down, or better yet eliminate, unhealthy,
calorie-laden beverages,-and make your
own wholesome thirst-quenchers in


Watermelon basil.


minutes. This will also save you buckets
of money, and greatly supports your
weight control effort. You can further save
expense by investing in a counter-top
water purifying pitcher and use clean,
inexpensive water for drinking and cook-
ing. Question: Do you pour junk liquids
into your car gas tank? No? So drink to
YOUR health as well cheers.
PINEAPPLE-MINTWATER
Yields 5 cups
5 cups filtered water
3 cups pineapple, finely chopped
10 mint leaves, torn

Place pineapple in a pitcher. Add water
and mint. Cover and chill at least 6 hours,
stirring occasionally. Strain into glass
before serving.
WATERMELON-BASIL
Yields 5 cups
5 cups filtered water
3 cups seedless watermelon, finely
cubed


PHOTOS PROVIDED
Pineapple mint water in three colors.
12 basil leaves, torn

Place cubed watermelon in a pitcher.
Add water and basil. Cover and chill at
least 6 hours, stirring occasionally. Strain
into glass before serving.

LEMON-CUKEWATER
Yields 5 cups
5 cups filtered water
1 cucumber
1 lemon
12 teaspoons ginger root, peeled,
finely grated
13 mint leaves, torn
Scrub lemon and cucumber clean, and
thinly slice. Place in a large pitcher. Add
water, mint leaves, and ginger root. Cover
and chill at least 6 hours, stirring occa-
sionally. Strain into glass before serving.
Judy Buss is a nutritional cooking in-
structor She is a member of the American
Nutrition Association, and a columnist
and member of the American Holistic
Health Association.


Peace River Center appoints CEO


The Board of Directors of The
Peace River Center appointed J.
William Gardam as CEO for the or-
ganization. Gardam will join Peace
River Center on July 8.
Gardam brings more than 30 years
of senior management, human
services and healthcare experience
spanning state government, for-
profit and non-profit sectors. Most
recently, Gardam was the president
and CEO at Horizons, A Family
Service Alliance based in Cedar


Rapids, Iowa. Prior to that, Gardam
held several positions with the Iowa
Department of Human Services,
including Division Administrator
for Mental Health and Disability
Services (State Mental Health and
State Disabilities Authority) which
manages the bureaus of accredita-
tion, child and youth mental health
services, adult mental health ser-
vices and emergency and disaster
mental health services; Division
Administrator for the Division of


Results Based Accountability; and,
Regional Administrator for Field
Operations responsible for child
welfare, child and dependent adult
protection, and eligibility determi-
nation for Iowa's financial, health
and work support programs and
services covering 32 counties.
"The selection was made after a
thorough search process. This pro-
cess involved the input of members
of our PRC Board of Trustees, as well
as our executive management team.


We are confident that Mr. Gardam
brings a unique perspective about
healthcare and has the qualities,
experience and talents to lead Peace
River Center and serve our com-
munity," Deborah Garringer, chair
of the Peace River Center Board of
Directors, said.
Peace River Center is a 65-year old
private not-for-profit community
behavioral health organization
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As mentioned earlier,
your source of income is
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When I speak at the
local schools, or even
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Even if they don't have a
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students is whatever
credit payment they have
it is imperative they
make their payments on
time. Credit scoring is
highly based on payment
history, how many late
payments were made
within 30, 60 and 90 days.
It is still highly essential
to keep you debt paid
off or minimized as
much as possible. Again,
your debt ratio, the two
aforementioned criteria
income versus liabilities,
is crucial.
The three different


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major credit bureaus
calculate the credit a
little differently from one
or the other, hence the
reason why most credit
reports are shown with
all three scores from
Experian, Equifax and
TransUnion. Usually
your potential lender pre-
fers to "pull your credit"
so that it comes straight
to them along with all
three scores.
All considerations
about score revolve
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the economy in general
and investors' appetites
for risk in providing the
funding for borrowers
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113 REEDY CREEK DR,
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main bathroom has been
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room and formal dining room,
large porch overlooking lake,
double carport, Dock with
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413 HWY 630, FROST-
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ducts were replaced, listed for
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Great Room concept,
screened porch with tiled floor
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includes 2nd refrigerator.
Large Master bedroom with
walk-in closet in bath, and dual
sinks. Listed at $85,000 ID
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carpet, fresh paint and 2 fire-
places. The fenced yard has a
beach area with dock and boat
cover; just reduced to
$234,900 ID #3204 PRIME
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OWNER FINANCING Spa


cious 3 bedroom 2 bath home
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been freshly painted, owner
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SPACIOUS LIVING This 3
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just under a 1/2 acre with
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kitchen overlooks dining area.
Screened porch with fenced
back yard; just listed at
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CORNER LOT HOME Neat,
Clean and move in ready. This
home has a newer roof, floor-
ing and freshly painted interior.
Split bedroom floor plan. Large
formal dining room, spacious
living room. Laundry room
could be converted into anoth-
er 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.prime-
plusrealestate.com
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 reduced to
$29,900 ID #3916 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com
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!
Reduced to $255,000 ID
#1997 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com


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
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
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 information
or stop by our office for details
and map.
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040 or visit
online www.primeplus-
realestate.com
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 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
CONDOS
1ST FLOOR CONDO 2 bed
room 2 bath condo with a
screened porch, ceramic tile
throughout, and 1 vehicle
detached assigned carport.
Ground floor unit with view of


Lake Jackson, just listed at
$69,900 ID #1655 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com
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
screened balcony. Community
offers a great amount of
amenities; listed at $54,000
ID#216 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
GREAT WINTER RETREAT
OR GET AWAY, Completely
Furnished, includes Washer (no
dryer), Ceramic Tile through-
out, bedroom has carpet,
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 www.prime-
plusrealestate.comn
COMMERCIAL
LARGE 2 STORY OFFICE
BUILDING Needs remodeling
to be completed. May have up
to 6 office spaces, reception
area, 2 conference / meeting
rooms and two 1/2 baths. Has
separate work shop/storage


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area with overhead door, 2
separate self-storage build-
ings, approx. 50 + units and
some climate controlled. Much
potential to generate income
from office space and storage
units. All reasonable offers will
be reviewed and considered;
just listed at $179,900 ID
#6443 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
VACANT LAND

OVER 1/2 AN ACRE OF
LAND just waiting for you to
build the home of your
dreams. This is truly country
living at its best, this property
is located not far from the
Kissimmee Chain of Lakes.


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Owner is motivated and will
consider all offers. Seller has
2 additional parcels, listed at
$9,000 ID #17 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
1.29 ACRES WITH
FRONTAGE ON BOY SCOUT
ROAD Near the Kissimmee
Chain of Lake and State Park.
Owner is motivated and will
consider offers. Don't miss
this chance to own a beautiful
piece of land in such an amaz-
ing area. Owner has 2 other
parcels available; just listed for
$18,000 ID #24 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com


1.29 ACRES WITH
FRONTAGE ON BOY SCOUT
ROAD Near the Kissimmee
Chain of Lake and State Park.
Owner is motivated and will
consider offers. Don't miss
this chance to own a beautiful
piece of land in such an amaz-
ing area. Owner has 2 other
parcels available; just listed for
$18,000 ID #14 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com
RECREATIONAL PROPERTY
Just over 10 acres, good for
hunting and camping only,
located in River Ranch, perfect
property for outdoor lovers,
listed price $12,000 ID
#RR10 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-


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7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
2 BEAUTIFUL BUILDABLE
LOTS just under a 1/4 an acre
located in Babson Park. Prop-
erty is already cleared and is
just waiting for you to build the
home of your dreams. Owner-
ship provides deeded access
Crooked Lake. Asking price is
$9,000 per lot. Owner will
consider offers. ID#1012
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
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WATER FRONT VACANT
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 acres; just
listed at $25,000 ID #L22
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
RIVER RANCH RESORT RV
LOT Beautiful wooded lot avail-
able, 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 available; listed
at $25,000 ID #248 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com

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.prime-
plusrealestate.com
BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT
NEAR BLUE LAKE, if you are
looking for a spot to build your
dream home, this is the per-
fect location, near blue lake,
close to US 27, area of nice
homes; $29,900 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
HOME SITE, Nice half Acre lot
located in Beautiful Area of
Homes. Growing Region Cen-
trally Located between Winter
Haven and Lake Wales. Partial-
ly Cleared and ready to Build
your First Home. Reduced to
$24,900 id #cc PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
(863) 676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

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 Motivated
and will look at all Reasonable
Offers! $39,900 id# 11209


PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC (863) 676-7040.
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

LAKE FRONT ON LAKE
WALK IN WATER, Just Over
5 Acres, Partially Wooded, Pri-
vate Location, Dead End
Street. Great Price! $59,900
id# Lt22 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE, INC 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com


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1030 WATERFRONT HOMES







GREAT VACATION HOME OR
WINTER HOME! Fully Fur-
nished 1BR/1BA lakefront
home with guest 1BR/1BA
area in huge workshop!
Crystal clear, white sandy
beach LAKEFRONT! ASKING
$86,000
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N. Scenic Hwy,
Frostproof, Fl. 33843
Call: 863-632-2062 Visit:
www.EstelleSullivan.com


L r. M H.,nuo o I hr.
STREET! Corner Lot with
fenced back yard is home to
this 4BR/2.5BA home GREAT-
LY REDUCED Lakeview with
lake across the street with a
dock for your convenience.
Great Location at the edge of
town! ASKING $99,000
ESTELLE SULLIVAN REATY
109 N. Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
CALL: 863-632-2062
VISIT:
www.EstelleSullivan.com



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LAKEFRONT LAKE REEDY!
2BR/2BA 2003 home, cathe-
dral ceiling, tiled throughout,
garage.Spacious screen porch
with slate flooring! BEAUTIFUL!
ASKING $215,000
ESTELLE SULLIVAN REALTY,
109 N. Scenic Hwy,
Frostproof, Fl.
CALL: 863-632-2062
VISIT:
www.EstelleSullivan.com


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LAKEFRONT ON CLINCH
LAKE! Unique best describes
this 3BR/2BA home with
1BR/1BA "mother-in-law" suite
with full kitchen! Large open
great room, tile in living areas,
split bedroom plan, 12x50
screen porch with full N/S view
of Clinch Lake. Mother-in-law
area is totally tiled and very
spacious. Amenities include
seawall and dock & the best
view on Clinch Lake! ASKING
$335,000
ESTELLE SULLIVAN REATY
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl.
CALL: 863-632-2062
VISIT:
www.EstelleSullivan.com


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RECENTLY REDUCED ON
LAKE REEDY! Lovely
2BR/2BA home with 1574 s.f.
living area that includes a din-
ing area, spacious living room
& sun porch that afford beauti-
ful views of Lake Reedy! Also
has screen porch, 2 car car-
port, workshop, utility shed,
dog run, 140 Ft. dock, electric
boat hoist with covered boat
storage! ASKING $199,000
ESTELLE SULLIVAN REALTY
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
CALL: 863-632-2062
VISIT:
www.EstelleSullivan.com






THE ROAD TO HOME!
Almost 5 acres with about 400
orange trees, 610 ft deep well,
7.5 horse pump with "beautiful
custom" 2003 3BR/2BA
home. Loaded with Amenities!
Cathedral ceiling, thermal win-
dows,tile in all living areas,
fireplace/heatolator, split bed-
room plan, office in master
suite, master bath has dual
sinks, separate shower,
jacuzzi tub & walk in closet,
formal dining area, breakfast
area, 14x26 enclosed
entertainment area, 2 car
garage, alarm system, PLUS
detached 18x20
workshop/electric PLUS RV
hook-up with water/elect PLUS
has a beautiful view of
CROOKED LAKE! ASKING
$371,750! Call Estelle Toady!
ESTELLE SULLIVAN REAL-
TY 109 N Scenic Hwy
Frosptroof Fl 33843
CALL:863-632-2062
VISIT:
www.EstelleSullivan.com
1040 CONDOSNVILLAS
FOR SALE
Orlando Luxury
Waterfront Condos!
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
June 21st, 12:00 Noon
1-8004FURROW.
www.furrow.com TN Lic. #62
/( GET RESULTS )
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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


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1110 OUT OF AREA HOMES
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
FORECLOSURE NC MOUN-
TAINS 2.75 acres with moun-
tain views, driveway, and easy
financing $9,500. Also have
cabin on 1.53 acres with new
well and septic $62,500 EZ to
finish. 1-828-286-1666
MOUNTAIN LAND NORTH
GEORGIA!!! 18 Gorgeous,
wooded view lots, (21-1/4
acres) All permits in hand.
Underground utilities. $265K
OBO. Terms 92yr old Owner
Retiring. 1-706-374-1136
Orlando Luxury Waterfront
Condos! Brand new 2 & 3 BR
residences. Up to 50% OFF!
Own below builder's cost!
Close to all attractions! Must
see. Call 1-877-333-0272 x33
WESTERN CAROLINA REAL
ESTATE Offering unbelievable
deals on homes and land in the
beautiful NC mountains. Call
for free brochures, foreclo-
sures, and area information.
1-800-924-2635
3/2 mobile home in 55 plus
community, 14 miles from The
Villages, 1,800 square feet,
plus two large storage build-
ings. Great park, properly
owned with taxes of under
$800. Club house, swim pool.
Maintenance fee of only $50
per month Asking $85,000,
possible owner financing. Call
1-352-362-7350.

1210 HOMES FOR RENT

BARTOW ~ 2Bd 1Ba $700.
Mo includes yard care
863 533 6008
Bartow 2bd 2ba w/d hookup,
1200 sq ft. $550 mo. w/lawn
service $500 mo. without
lawn service. No Pets. Smoke
Free. 770 S. Hilmer Ave. Call
863-534-8518
Rent To Own Home 3 Beds 2
Baths $70k 300 Per Month Go
to www.RentToOwnZone.com

1300 DUPLEXES FOR RENT
FOR RENT Duplex Apartment.
Lake Side close in. (863)-676-
6201...

1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT

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
Large one bedroom apart-
ment. Single occupancy. No
smoker or pets. $145 per
week includes electric &
water. 863-632-7013.
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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1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT
WALES LANDING
APARTMENTS
Now Available
1 and 2 Bedroom Units
All units have central
heat/air, stove, fridge, blinds
& storage area, on-site laun-
dry.
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
1345 MISC. RENTALS
BARTOW Room. Behind
municipal airport, nice clean
environment $275. mo.
863 440 2729
ADVERTISE
In
The Classifieds!

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
.....................---
:North Lake Buffum 3/2 on,
'Lake, Furnished. $1200. per:
,month. 863 698 1095

1520 OUT OF TOWN LOTS
20 ACRES FREE!
Buy 40-Get 60 Acres. $0
Down $198/mo. Money back
guarantee. NO CREDIT
CHECKS. Beautiful Views.
Roads/Surveyed. Near El
Paso, Texas. 1-800-843-
7537.
www.sunsetranches.com
^- NEED A JOB? --
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20 ACRES FREE! Buy 40-Get
60 Acres. SO-Down
$198/mo. Money Back Guar-
antee, No Credit Checks
Beautiful Views. Roads/Sur-
veyed. Near El Paso, Texas.
1-800-843-7537 www.Sunse-
tRanches.com
$49,900
Crossville, Tennessee
Pre-Grand Opening Sale
30 acres, wooded on Moun-
tain Stream. Minutes from 4
State Parks & TN River.
Berand new to market. Call
Now.
877-243-9467
NC mountain property
must go. 4.5 acres with out-
standing views and privacy.
$25,000 OBO, great for
home or cabin. (828)394-
9298. Ask for Richard

1610 BUSINESS RENTALS

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, LW.
Prime Iocation.1OK sq ft shop
w/14ft overhead doors.1500
sq ft office/showrm w/AC.
$1600 mo. +security. 863-
678-1498 or 863-241-
1528.


1620 COMMERCIAL/
INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
Two separate buildings with
large open air patio. Total of 6
office spaces with 4 currently
rented Call for appointment
ESTELLE SULLIVAN REALTY
109 N. Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl 33843
CALL: 863-632-2062
VISIT:
www.EstelleSullivan.com

2000






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6020 AUCTIONS
ABSOLUTE AUCTION NORTH
CAROLINA 16 Improved Lots.
Cashiers/Glenville Gated Com-
munity, Clubhouse, Pool,
Views. Saturday, 6/29- 11am.
828.524.3500 Bank Owned,
Sells Regardless of Price
www.kimseyauctionteam.com
NCAL #8704
LAKEFRONT HORSE FARM 5-
Bedroom Home, 3-Stall Barn,
Large Workshop, Garage,
Scenic Lake Frontage, Dock,
Pier. Price reduced
$799,000. Owner Financing.
Lake Tillery, East of Charlotte,
NC. Iron Horse Properties.
(800)997-2248. www.iron-
horseproperties.net
LAKEFRONT HORSE FARM 5-
Bedroom Home, 3-Stall Barn,
Large Workshop, Garage,
Scenic Lake Frontage, Dock,
Pier. Price reduced
$799,000. Owner Financing.
Lake Tillery, East of Charlotte,
NC. Iron Horse Properties.
(800)997-2248. www.iron-
horseproperties.net

6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO
Audio Cable (Snake) For
sale. 16 channel 125 ft. Hori-
zon series brand good condi-
tion. $200 offer. 863-605-
8661.

6180 HEAVY/CONST.
EQUIPMENT
SAWMILLS -Band/Chainsaw -
SPRING SALE Cut lumber
any dimension, anytime.
MAKE MONEY and SAVE
MONEY In stock ready to ship.
Starting at $995.00
www.NorwoodSawmills.com/
300N (800)578-1363
Ext.300N
6190 TOOLS/ MACHINERY


LOOK!
ESTATE Industrial Electrician
misc Tools Call for Appoint-
ment 863 899 0887

6260 MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE

30" McCulloch Riding
Mower w/rear engine. New
only used 3 times must sell
$500.00 863-899-4729
:Electric dryer $25., Boy's bike
,$10., TV $25., Infant to size 1
Baby clothes 863 448 6185
I Kawai Organ for
sale in Lake Placid. In
excellent condition.
Bench included. $350. Call
863-840-5187
^__USE CLASSIIFIEPI__^
KILL ROACHES & PALMETTO
BUGS! Buy Harris Roach
Tablets. Eliminate Bugs Guar-
anteed. No Mess, Odorless,
Long Lasting. Available at Ace
Hardware, The Home Depot,
Homedepot.com
STOP GNAT & MOSQUITO
BITES! Buy Swarrrp Gator Nat-
ural Insect Repellent.
Family/Pet Safe. Repels No-
See-Urns. Available at Ace
Hardware, The Home Depot.
Large white bird cage (Sun
burst top) 68' high 36' wide
28 deep. On rollers. One
large bird or divided for two.
$120.00 828-625-4603.

6270 WANTED TO
BUY/TRADE
REAL GOV'T 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


6270 WANTED TO
BUY/TRADE


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

ANY CONDITION
WE BUY IT ALL, and Pay So Much
We Almost Want to Cry. You, of
Course, Will Laugh With Glee!!
See PHIL at the former
HOLLY'S ARMY NAVY STORE
3440 Ave G NW
Winter Haven
Mon-Sat 10am-5:3Opm
Call first to confirm I'm there
863-299-6031
Our 33rd Year.


7000


TRANSPORTATION


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


01 Mercury Grand Marquis
LS $6,995 57k,loaded,4spd
auto, 8 cyl. Very Nice call
863-632-0988.





02 Cadillac Deville Sedan
low miles,White Diamond
Paint, 8cyl.,auto, Call car is
loaded 863-632-0988





1968 JEEP CJS Off Road,Full
Roll cage,4 spd trans,very
very nice $5,977. Call Great
Buy 863-632-0988
C--NEED A JOB?--~
CHECK THE
DECLASSIFIED!





1972 FORD FIOO0 6',i00
MILES $$3500.00. Kelley's
Used Cars. 863-269-0977.






1994 Ford Ranger. Nice
Body, need 3.0 Motor
$1,800.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283





2000 Dodge Ram 2500
4x4 Skyjacker Lift Super
Swamper Tires. Leather, Low
Miles 67k, Winch,,Call For
Details JPL Auto Empire
863-268-1226


2000 Mercury Villager
$1,350.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS






2001 Dodge Caravan-
short wheel base, V6, NEW
rebuilt transmission w/ war-
ranty $3,000.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283





2001 Ford Ranger 3.0L,
Autogreat bedlineralloy whls.
$4,995 call for more info.
863-632-0988.


2001 Mazada B3000 '-uper
Cab.Auto 83,000 A/C P/W
P/L.Call For Details JPL Auto
Empire 863-268-1226
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2001 Mazda B3000 AC
EXCAB 4 DR $2,500.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
.Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283


2001 Mazda B4000 V6,
EXCAB 4 DR, Needs Work
$2,500.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway "
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283


MARQUIS BLUE
Stk#A138558C $5988
AUTO, AC, STEREO, CLEAN
TRADE, 59K MILES. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch 863-471-2886


zuu i, 1 uiaia V ,vLII ar ,la-"
sic $3,499.00, Green, 29325
Miles. Sky Power Sports
Lake Wales 20769 US Hwy.
27 Lake Wales 863-676-
2245




2002 Hyundia Sonata
Loaded,2.7 LIow miles alloy
whls.$7,995 call very nice
863-632-0988


U2004 Chevy Malibu classic
STK3A276348A. Silver with
P/W, P/L, Auto, A/C. Was
6988 Now 4988. Contact
Joe @ 863-471-2886.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS





2003 BMW 325i Sedan-
LEATHER MOONROOF,ALU-
MINUM WHEELS, POWER
SEAT, 6 CYL, AUTOMATIC
POWER WINDOWS, POWER
LOCKS TILT & CRUIS. Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793

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2004 CHEVY MALIBU
SILVER Stk# A276348A
$4988 AUTO, AC, CD
STEREO, PWR PACKAGE,
CLEAN MUST SEE. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch 863-471-2886
NNL.AMM- -*


2004 Chevy Silverado
1500 SuperCab. Auto, A/C
P/W P/L,Call For Details JPL
Auto Empire 863-268-1226




2004 Chrysler Pacifica-
LEATHER DVD/VIDEO CINEMA
GPS/NAVIGATION CHROME
WHEELS DUAL POWER HEAT-
ED SEATS, DUAL A/C,3RD
SEAT POWER LIFTGATECERTI-
FlED W/ 110 PT INSPECTION
SUNSCREEN GLASS POWER
WINDOWS POWER LOCKS
TILT & CRUISE 3.5 V6 LIMITED
POWERTRAIN WARRANTY.Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793


2004 Dodge Durango ST-
V6, AUTOMATIC, AC POWER
WINDOWS, POWER DOOR
LOCKS, KEYLESS ENTRY, CD,
TILT, CRUISE. Tom Edwards
863-533-0793
ADVERTISE
In
The Classifieds!





2004 F350 SRW FX4
EXCAB UNDER 100lK
$$17995.00. Kelley's Used
cars. 863-269-0977.




2004 FORD F250 LARIAT
2WD DIESEL GRANDPAWS
TRUCK SUPER CLEAN
$$14750.00. Kelley's Used
Cars. 863-269-0977.




2004 Ford Ranger Sport
4x4 40,000 low low miles
p/w, p/1, Super Clean Call For
Details JPL Auto Empire
863-268-1226







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


2004 Honda VTX 1300
(VTX1300C) $4,995.00 Candy
Red 7500 Miles. Sky Power
Sport Lake Wales 20769
US Hwy. 27 Lake Wales
863-676-2245.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


Sedan 4 door, 6 Cylinder, 3.0
Liter, Automatic $14,901 Call
800-238-5016


2007 GMC Sierra 1500
$19289. 863-665-2800


2uu00 Fora d xplorer ALl
STK#RA442.Tan with P/W,
P/L, 3rd row seating. Was
14988 Now 12988. Contact 2007 Honda Shadow VLX
Joe @ 863-471-2886. (VT600C) $3,999.00 Black
6600 Miles. Sky Power
Sports Lake Wales 20769
US Hwy. 27 Lake Wales
863-676-2245


2005 FORD F150 S/C XLT
28K MILES LIKE NEW $12999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230

Le -


2005 Honda VTX 1300C.
$4,999.00 Candy Red 6000
Miles. Sky Power Sports
Lake Wales 20769 US Hwy.
27 Lake Wales 863-676-
2245.






2006 Chevrolet Colorado
$18265. 863-665-2800







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




2006 CHEVY MONTE
CARLO LT TINT AND WHEELS
$$8995.00. Kelley's Used
Cars. 863-269-0977.
NEED CASH?
Have A Garage
Sale!





2006 Hyundia Elantra GLS
low miles,4 cyl. cruise,
p/w/cold a/c, Sunroof price to
sell $8,995 Come See 863-
632-0988





2006 Jeep Commander
STK#B076082A. White with
P/W, P/L, 3rd row seating.
Was 12988 Now 10988.
Contact Joe @ 863-471-
2886.
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uub rPoiarns Sportsman Az
$4,995.00 Two-tone
Red/Black 100 Hrs. Sky
Power Sports Lake Wales
20769 US Hwy. 27 Lake
Wales 863-676-2245


2007 Chevy Aveo LS
stk#n605161c. A/C, Stereo,
Keyless, 47k miles, great
MPG's. Was 8988 Now 6988
Contact Joe @ 863-471-
2886.


WHITE Stk# T325351B
$6988 AUTO, ALLOYSAC ,
TITED GLASS, FUEL SAVER.
Alan Jay Auto Ranch 863-
471-2886




2007 Jeep Wrangler 4X4 *
AUTOMATIC, ALUMINUM WHEELS
CD,CHROME TUBULAR BUMPERS
TILT STEERING V6 CERTIFIED W/
110 PT INSPECTION LIMITED
POWERTRAIN WARRANT. 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.
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2007 Suzuki Boulevard
M10O9R $7,895.00 White
18651 Miles. Sky Power
Sports Lake Wales 20769
US Hwy. 27 Lake Wales
863-676-2245





2007 Yamaha Stratoliner
$7,999.00 Cobalt Blue 23285
Miles. Sky Power Sports
Lake Wales 20769 US Hwy.
27 Lake Wales 863-676-
2245




2008 Chevrolet Impala LT
$10,901 V6, Flex Fuel, 3.5L, 4
Speed Automatic Call 800-238-
5016




2008 CHEVY IMPALA LT
LOADED ROOF LEATHER
ALLOYS $$1325.00. Kelley's
Used Cars. 863-269-0977.




2008 Chevy Malibu
STK#K040466A. Silver with
P/W, P/L, Auto, A/C. was
14988 Now 12988. Contact
Joe @ 863-471-2886.





2008 Ford F150 XLT Super
Cab, $1000 Down NO CREDIT
REQUIREMENTS! Very clean,
New tires, Power windows/
locks. 863-632-0988.


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DECLASSIFIED June 12, 2013


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


2008 DODGE CALIBER
ORANGE Stk#RK20790A
$11988 20" WHEELS,
GROUND EFFECTS, AUTO,
STEREO. Alan Jay Auto
Ranch 863-471-2886
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2008 Kawasaki Teryx 750
4X4 $5,999.00 Realtree Hard-
woods Green 240 hrs. Sky
Power Sports Lake Wales
20769 US Hwy. 27 Lake
Wales 863-676-2245


2008 Lincoln ,MKZ
STK#F811266A.Blue with
leather, sunroof, P/W,P/L
loaded. Was 13988 Now
11988. Contact Joe @ 863-
471-2886.


2008 Saturn Outlook XR
STK#K445043A. Silver, 3rd
row seating, 19" alloys, P/W,
PA/L. Was 16988 Now 14988
Contact Joe @ 863-471-
S2886





2009 Arctic Cat 700 HI EFI
MudPro $6,499.00 Metallic
Green 920 Miles. Sky Power
Sports Lake Wales 20769
US Hwy. 27 Lake Wales
863-676-2245




2009 Cadillac CTS -l''
V6, PFI, 3.6L, 6 Speed Automatic
Call 800-238-5016

Classic ied = Saes


2009 Ford Mustang Con-
vertible- V6 AUTOMATIC ALU-
MINUM WHEELS,CD,POWER
WINDOWS,POWER LOCKS ,
TILT & CRUISE CERTIFIED W/
110 PT INSPECTION LIMITED
POWERTRAIN WARRANTY .
Tom Edwards 863-533-
0793

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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 Toyota Corolla
$14675. 863-665-2800


2010 Chevrolet Malibu
$15475. 863-665-2800


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


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


2010 FORD RANGER 4CYL
EX-CAB SUPER CLEAN ALL
POWER $$15995.00. Kelley's
I ICarl 86r 3 RRf-2R9-Oq77


OWNER, NAV, MOON ROOF, LEAT
HER,WHITE PEARL, 43200
MILES. CLEAN $19195.00.
863-773-3992




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






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


2011 Chevrolet Tahoe LT
$29995 3rd row, Leather,
Tow, Bose Sound, LIKE NEW.
863-632-0988.


LTZ WHITE Stk#RK20819
$29988 4X4, Z71 PKG,
LEATHER, BACK UP CAMERA,
TOW PKG, LOADED. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch 863-471-2886




2011 Dodge Charger RAI-
LYE- W/ POWER SEAT,
REMOTE START,PENTASTAR
V6 8.4 TOUCH SCREEN /
INFO, ALUMINUM WHEELS
,POWER WINDOWS, POWER
LOCKSTILT & CRUISE CERTI-
FIED W/ 110 PT INSPEC-
TION,BALANCE OF LIMITED
FACTORY WARRANTY. Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793


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


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS




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 Jeep Liberty 4x4
$1000 Down NO CREDIT
REQUIREMENTS! Fully loaded,
leather, auto, sunroof. 863-
632-0988.




2011 JEEP WRANGLER -
4X4 UNLIMITEDALUMINUM
WHEELS AUTOMATICANTI
SPINJTILT & CRUISE,CD,V6
CERTIFIED W/ 110 PT INSPEC-
TION BALANCE OF LIMITED
FACTORY WARRANTY.Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793




2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolu-
tion MR $34,991 4-Cyl, Turbo,
2.0L, 6 Speed Auto w/Sportronic
Call 800-238-5016

2011 To00


2011 TobotaRav4, 1000
Down NO CREDIT REQUIRE-
MENTS! Auto, Cold A/C, Gas
Saver. 863-632-0988.





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 Chevrolet Silverado
S1500 Extended Cab LT 4X4 Call
Dealer for Price 800-238-
5016 V8, Flex Fuel, 5.3L, 6
Speed Automatic


vertible Touring. 4CYL,
AUTOMATIC, POWER SEAT,
POWER WINDOWS, KEYLESS
ENTRY, POWER DOOR LOCKS,
TILT, CRUISE, CD, MP3, SIRIUS
SATELLITE Tom Edwards
863-533-0793


2012 Dodge Avenger SE-
POWER WINDOWS, POWER
LOCKSTILT & CRUISE,CD /
MP3, AUTOMATIC, SIDE
AIRBAGS CERTIFIED W/ 110
PT INSPECTION LIMITED FAC-
TORY WARRANTY. Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793



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


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS





2012 Dodge Charger, NO
CREDIT CHECK! Ride with as
little as $1000. 863-632-
0988.




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





2012 Ford Mustang GT,
$1000 Down 4W10 CREDIT
REQUIREMENTS! Fully Loaded,
Leather, Premium audio, Sync,
Black Cherry Paint. 863-632-
0988.




2012 Hyundai Sonata SE,
NO CREDIT CHECK! Ride with
as little as $1000 down! Nicely
Equipped. 863-632-0988.




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


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
FACTORY WARRANTY. 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 '.ir
LX Sport Utility 4 door, 4 Cylinder,
GDI, 2.4 Liter, 6 Speed Automat-
ic, Sportmatic $22,901 Call
800-238-5016




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


2012 Kia Soul
STK#RA436. Tan with P/W,
PA/L, fuel saver. Was 18988
now 16988. Contact Joe @
863-471-2886.




2012 Mazda CX-9
STK#RK20802. Black with
leather, P/WAN, P/L, 3rd row
seating. Was 25988 Now
23988. Contact Joe @ 863-
471-2886.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


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2012 MAZDA CX-9
BLACK Stk#RK20802
$23988 LEATHER, 7 PASSEN-
GER SUV, PWR PKG, LOADED.
Alan Jay Auto Ranch 863-
471-2886
Flo Am


SILVER Stk# RK20807
$17988 AUTO, AC, PWR WIN-
DOWS N LOCKS. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch 863-471-2886


2012 Nissan Altima
STK#RK20807. Silver with
P/w, PA/L, Auto, great MPG's.
Was 18988 Now 16988. Con-
tact Joe @ 863-471-2886.


2012 Nissan Sentra
$15489. 863-665-2800


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


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




2013 CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY TAN Stk#
RK20822 $26988 LEATHER
,PWR SLIDERS,PWR LIFTGATE,
REAR VISION CAMERA. Alan
Jay Auto Ranch 863-471-
2886.




2013 Chrysler Town n
Country STK#RK20831. Tan
or White available with leather,
P sliders, P liftgate, DVD. Was
28988 Now 26988. Contact
Joe @ 863-471-2886





2013 Dodge Avenger Red,
$1000 Down NO CREDIT
REQUIREMENTS! Only 6k
miles, power everything, LIKE
NEW. 863-632-0988.


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





2013 ESCAPE S, BLACK,
PW,PL,CRUISE,MSRP $23365,
SELL $20499 AFTER
REBATES. 863-773-3992


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS

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


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


2013 Dodge Journey SXT
STK#RA330. Siver with P/W,
P/L, 3rd row seating,alloys.
Was-21988 Now 19988. Con-
tact Joe @ 863-471-2886.




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
BLACK Stk# RA435
$21988 AUTO, AC, PWR PKG,
CRUISE, ALLOYS, BLACK
BEAUTY. Alan Jay Auto
Ranch 863-471-2886




2013 KIA SORRENTO BUR
GUNDY Stk# RK20811
$23988 AUTO, AC, V6, 3
ROWS OF SEATS,ALLOYS.
Alan Jay Auto Ranch 863-
471-2886


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7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


Stk#RK20825 BLACK OR SIL-
VER AVAILABLE WITH P/W,
P/L, ALLOYS. WAS 23988
Now 21988. Contact Joe @
863-471-2886.


93 Ford Ranger XL 6 cyl low
miles call for more details
$2,995. Hillman Motors.
863-967-4628.





94 Ford 150 abs,8 cyl.,auto
$3995. Call nice truck 863-
632-0988




97 Chevy Silverado 4x4
110,000 Miles A/C P/WAN
P/L,A/C P/W P/L,Call For
Details JPL Auto Empire
863-268-1226




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



E13:!i 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
SonicLS Was $16,740.00 Now
$15,510.00 Call 863-773-
4629



E-i'5i 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


F1311180A 2011 BMW F-.,,1S 11 HHR .I-,,
3281 $23500. Tony 863- Tony 863-438-3333
438-3333



Fa00991A
2011 edge limited
F133971 2012 LIBERTY $25,711
$16500. Tony (863)-438- 40,710 miles. Silver. Leather
3333 Heated Seats. Power seats.
-- Back Up camera and Sensors!
,, Still Under Warranty! Call
Jonathan Perez 863-444-
10444 Hablo Espaiol.

F14]I0'2-- 12 IMPALA
$14900. Tony 863-438-
3333
Fm11044 2012 Mazda 6
$17300. Tony (863)-438-
3333.


F172236 2012 CHRYSLER
200 LX $14900. Tony
(863)-438-3333


F22.:_ 2010 WRANGLER
UNLIMITED $26900. Tony
(863)-438-3333




F220K'1 2012 TOWN AN
COUNTRY $21900. Tony
863-438-3333.





F296195 12 CARAVAN
$18400. Tony 863-438-
3333


F305590 2012 Chrysler
T&C $19900. Tony (863)-
438-3333




Fl '1. 2012 SONATA
$14500. Tony 863-438-
3333





F/'l 12 SONANTA
$15900. Tony 863-438-






Fet,":12 COMPASS
$15700.Tony 863-438-
3333


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 Espafol .




TI,,. 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.




Tiv: 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


U5.17179A 2011
CHRYSLER 300 $23000.
Tony 863-438-3333




U5:- :IA 2012 FIAT 500
$17300. Tony 863-438-
3333





U, 7 ,,.: 11 MAXIMA
$21900. Tony 863-438-'
3333



NEED CASH?





U577604A 2011 BMW
3281 $23500. Tony (863)-
438-3333





L.-',A 10 VW TIGUA
$16700. Tony 863-438-
3333


LI,. ::.A 2009 MU
$17500. Tony 863
3333




U6-.:J5iA 2009 H
PILOT $23400. Tony
438-3333.


RANO
-438-


U297059A 2007 Pontiac
Solstice $13900. Tony
(863)-438-3333.





U517049A 10 F-150
CREW LARIAT $29500.
Tony 863-438-3333


1998 CHEVROLET VENTURE
LS Mini-van, Low Miles, $3,995,
OBO Will consider trade, call
863-588-8445
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CASH FOR CARS All
Cars/Trucks Wanted. Running
or Not! Top Dollar Paid. We
Come To You! Any
Make/Model. Call For Instant
Offer: 1-800-871-9638
'" CASH FOR CARS!
We Buy ANY Car, Truck or,
Van! Running or Not. Get a:
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1-800-558-1097 We're
Local! .

7270 AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES

2 ~ 454 Heads $75.00
each. 400 Chevy Transmis-
sion. $200.00 772 828
6127

S7333 MISC. BOATS

16' Fishing boat, 40 HP Evin-'
rude, 16' Magic Tilt trailer,
$1950. OBO 863 448 6185:
JON BOAT, 14ft. 6hp John-
son w/ galvanized trailer. 28#
thurst trolling motor. Live well.
$1200 Call 863-899-2648.

7370 CAMPERS/
TRAVELTRAILERS





Stock #1024480 was
69,995 now $54,995 SAVE
15,000. Pre-Owned 2012
Thor Freedom Elite 26E
class C motor home. Bunk
over cab and rear bedroom. 1-
slide out w/booth dinette. Well
maintained and at a great
price! Call 866-906-9755 or
visit us online at
www.campingworldofbar-
tow.com





.Stc 1' :' _" New 2012
Dutchmen Infinity 3470RE
was $83,173 now $52,995
SAVE $30,178. Beautiful unit
with central vacuum system, 4-
door refrigerator, and fire-
place. Great unit! Great deal
Call 866-906-9755 or visit
us online at www.camping-
worldofbartow.com





Stco: il:.: .4 New 2012
Keystone Sydney 328FRK
was $51,787 now $28,995
SAVE $22,792. Includes 40"
LCD TV, hide a bed, stabilizer
scissor jacks and electric front
jacks. 15k BTU AC. Call 866-
906-9755 or visit us online
at www.campingworldof-
bartow.com





*'.t,:,,: -'U ::-4 ..,.. :- $30,979
now $28,995 SAVE $1,984.
New 2013 Coleman trailer.
Complete with radial tires,
power awning, flat screen TV
w/DVD and 15k BTU AC. Call
866-906-9755 or visit us
online at www.camping-
worldofbartow.com




Stock #479040A was
$ 17,000 now $11,999 SAVE
5,001. Pre-Loved 2013
Skyline Bobcat 14RB. Cen-
ter kitchen with plank floor in
kitchen and bath. Has a front
gravel cover with rear stabiliz-
er jacks. Includes a spare tire,
and battery. Only weighs
2,085 Ibs. Call 866-906-
9755 or visit us online at
www.campingworldofbar-
tow.com


7370 CAMPERS/
TRAVELTRAILERS





Stock #64788 was $75,230
now $62,485 SAVE $12,745.
Brand New 2012 Keystone
Vizion 3544. Dual AC pack-
age, electric awning and gen-
erator prep. Corian counter-
tops, free standing dinette, 2
recliners and fireplace. Triple
901b propane bottles. Call
866-906-9755 or visit us
online at www.camping-
worldofbartow.com

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Stc',f. t72. ,B was
$22,995 now $19,995 SAVE
$3,000. Pre-Owned 2000
Fleetwood TIOGA Class C
motor home. Split bath w/
shower and rear queen bed. A
classic motor home just wait-
ing for you. Call 866-906-
9755 or visit us online at
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tow.com





Stock #789036A was
$12,995 now $11,995 SAVE
1,000. Pre-Owned Key-
stone Zepplin 271. Unit has
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plete with microwave, 3-burner
stove, and deluxe cabinets.
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us online at www.camping-
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Cash or Consign Top Dollar
Call Mark Santangelo
1-800-262-2182

7380 MOTOR HOMES / RVs
RV HOTLINE
1-800-262-2182
A's, C's, B's, B+'s, TT, 5th
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at 863.243.3342. 3333.
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SU654520A 2010 G37
U106245A 008 WRAN $22200. Tony (863)-438-
U106245A 2008 WRAN- 3333
GLER $19900. Tony 863-__________
438-3333 7140 MISC.DOMESTIC
AUTOS

1970 CHEVROLET CHEV-
ELLE SS 454,
iU28':-.4*, "2012 HYUNDAI original, $9000 OBO,
red/black,rothwe8@juno.co
VELOSITER $19900. Tony m 863-578-3237
(863)-438-3333. m 863-578-3237
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LUV, $750, OB
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