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The


Downtown tree project



gets city's go ahead


By BRIAN ACKLEY
R @ HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
A project that would line Wall
Street with palm trees that could
grow to as high as 30 feet has been
green-lighted by the Frostproof City
Council.
The project is the brainchild of
Dede LeFils, co-owner of Watson's
Pharmacy. She indicated Monday
night that she has donated cash in
hand for the tree proposal of more
than $5,000, with pledges for an
additional $3,000.
SThat will cover a large portion of


the cost of the trees, their instal-
lation, and grates. In all, a total
of 17 palms would be purchased.
In some cases, they will replace
existing elm trees, and in other
cases, they will be planted in new
locations all together.
The city will donate services and
materials.
"With the in-kind labor we would
provide, and buying the materi-
als, we believe that would be less
than $2,000," Croley said. "And
we believe two men can do that
within four days, depending on the
weather."


Much of the city work would
involve pouring concrete around
where the new trees would be
located. She also noted that the city
would assume the costs of ongoing
maintenance once the trees are
planted and begin to grow, and that
the city might have to rent equip-
ment to trim the palms.
The plan is to purchase Foxtail
palms, which can grow to a maxi-
mum height of 30 feet. They are
desirable, according to information
supplied to the council, because
PROJECT 16


The unexpected graduate


Down Syndrome doesn't slow down studies of Frostproof teen


By JAMES COULTER
FROSTPROOFNEWS @ HEARTLAND
NEWSPAPERS.COM
Having been born with Down
Syndrome, and struggling with
basic speech and motor skills,
Andres Zamora was not expected
to make it far in school.
But the Frostproof resident
proved everyone wrong, having
recently graduated and received
his school's highest award.
Andres, 19, received the
Principal's Award at Jean O'Dell
Learning Center in Bartow several
weeks ago during the school's
commencement exercises. The
award is conferred to the student
who exhibits the traits of a model
student.
Principal Dr. David Wood chose
Andres for the award because of
his good behavior, great citizen-
ship, and his cooperative spirit.
"He's the kindest, most helpful
person in every way," Wood said.
"He will literally do anything that
we ask him to do."
Originally, Andres started
his schooling at three differ-
ent schools: Ben Hill Griffin Jr.
Elementary in Frostproof,
Hillcrest Elementary in Lake
Wales, and Lakeside Elementary in
St. Petersburg.


PHOTO
PROVIDED


Andres Zamora
and his mother,
Beatrice, with his
Principal's Award.


However, his.; '.'..
parents felt ,.
these schools
were not well
equipped
to handle.
special needs
students. His
father, Raul,
noted how one
of the special
needs class-
rooms seemed
more like a
day care, with
the students
often being left
unattended
and isolated
from the other
students, and being looked after
rather than educated.
They had him transferred to Polk
Life and Learning Center, now
Jean O'Dell Learning Center, in
Bartow, where he has been attend-
ing since second grade.
Once he was transferred, Andres


experienced a major shift in his
attitude, his parents said. Whereas
he was once reluctant to attend
school, he was now more than
willing to learn.
Living in Frostproof, Andres was
the first one on the bus and the
GRADUATE 15


Hurricane Guide 2013 inside today's issue
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Center of


state doesn't


make you safe

People who lived through
2004 hurricane season

remember the danger
By ALIDA SCHAT
ASCHAT @ HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
Behind the constant hurricane awareness
reminders and information distributed to
homeowners and the public in Florida is a team
of people devoted to keeping the state safe
during and after a hurricane.
Bryan Koon, Director of the Florida Division
of Emergency Management is one of those
people. Though Polk County is in the middle of
the state, Koon is sure to warn the county of the
great threat that hurricanes pose to the area.
"Just because Polk County is in the middle
of the state doesn't mean you're immune to
hurricanes," said Koon.
In fact, Polk County is highly susceptible
to hurricane impacts because the county is
so large. Remnants of storms are likely to hit
at least one area of the county in its path of
destruction.
"You won't get the storm surge but you'll still
get those high winds," said Koon. Tornadoes
and flooding are likely to affect Polk County
when a hurricane strikes the coast, added Koon.
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TODAY'S
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Editorial............. Page 4-5
Obituaries............. Pae 6
Comiunty Report...... Page 8
Pets................ Page 18-19
Feeling Fit........... Page 22


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Frostproof's
county
commissioner
reflects on first
two years



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Ben Hill Griffin Jr.
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and Want to see your event on this page? Call us at 863-285-8625 or
email frostproofnews@heartlandlnewspapers.com.


FRIDAY, JUNE 21
Chess for Kids
The Latt Maxcy Memorial Library will
be hosting a special "Chess for Kids" se-
ries this summer, Fridays from 10 a.m.
to noon. The program is free and will of-
fer basic instruction from Alice Johnson
and Kai Gibson. There will be sessions
on June 21 and 28. Call the library for
more information, 863-635-7857.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE26

Library Story Time
This summer's "Wednesday
Storytime" series at the Latt Maxcy


Memorial Library has kicked 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 July 10 and 24 and Aug. 7.
Kids can earn prizes and be entered
into a raffle for reading books. More
information is available at the library
at 15 N. Magnolia Ave., or by calling
863-635-7857.

E SATURDAY, JUNE 29

Miss Frostproof
A long city tradition, the Miss
Frostproof Pageant, is returning, with
the show set to start at 6 p.m. in the city


hall American Legion Post 95 Memorial
Auditorium. Tickets are $5 each, and are
now on sale at the chamber of commerce
office on East Wall Street. Tickets will be
$7 the day of show. For more information,
email missfrostproof@gmail.com

SUNDAY, JUNE 30

Fifth Sunday
The Frostproof Ministerial
Association will present another in its
series of "Fifth Sunday" non-denomi-
national community church services,
starting at 6 p.m. This one will be
held at Frostproof's First Presbyterian
Church on Palm Avenue.


MONDAY, JULY 1

City council meeting
The Frostproof City Council has a
regularly scheduled meeting starting at
6 p.m .in city hall. The council regularly
meets on the first and third Monday of
each month.

THURSDAY, JULY 4

Independence Day celebration
Plans are being finalized for an old-
fashioned July 4 community celebration
which will feature a parade, a car show
and more on Wall Street.


Charter system seeks to add ag-centered middle school


By BRENDA EGGERT BROADER
BBRADER@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM

The Lake Wales Charter Schools Bok
Academy (middle school) has a more
than 400-student waiting list. Some
Bok students are asking for agriculture-
related instruction. Solution another
school.
Not quite that simple, but close, the
just launched idea by the Lake Wales
Charter Schoo6l was announced at the
LWCS retreat on Monday at the Lake
Wales Senior High School.
Clearly, it will take years to plan and
institute, said LWCS Counsel Robin
Gibson and Schools Superintendent Jesse
Jackson as they shared the information.
Plans for another method to alleviate
the need for middle school student
room, "is planned out, so the emphasis
shifts" Gibson said. "Bok Academy has
a waiting list of more than 400 students.
Those kids want a middle school educa-
tion that has become an issue."
Bok Tower (Gardens) is a "terrific edu-
cation opportunity" for the science of
horticulture and agriculture, right next
door to the Lake Wales High School.
"The Polk County School District


owns the land beyond the high school
girls' softball field," Gibson said. "The
surrounding area there is a conserva-
tion and agricultural easement that
protects Bok Tower Gardens and the
endangered plant species at Bok. Now
with the waiting list and a terrific
program in horticulture and agriculture
it doesn't take too many large leaps to
see where this takes us. We have no
plans yet, no agreements, and the Polk
County School District would have to
be consulted, but we want to provide
the pilot school for this program."
With the LWCS creating and design-
ing a new school, it has the student
body interest for the agricultural
program supporting the local economy.
With no property cost, the program
would benefit the overall program.
The LWCS Foundation foresees
a two-year timeline with one year
planning the school by a task force
made up of people from the current
affected schools, Bok Tower, the Warner
University and others.
"This goal now would be to facilitate
and expand career opportunities for
students and be a feeder into the high
school."


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June 4
David Granger, 53, of 47 Graner Drive
- chargedwith possession of a controlled
substance without a prescription and pos-
session of paraphernalia.

June 5
Ricky Lopez, 37, of 13 Elkhom Drive-
charged with possession of marijuana,
possession of marijuana with intent to sell,
renting or owning a structure or vehicle to
traffic drugs, possession of paraphernalia.


June 6
Garet Hohenberger, 20, of 105 Lake
Caloosa Landing charged with battery

June 8
Martha Jimenez, 49, ofW 4 Frostproof
Road charged with driving with an
expired license and fraud-possession of
ficticious unlawful drivers license.
Kevin Perez, 24, of 153 Florida Jay Lane
- charged with driving without a valid
license.


PHOTO PROVIDED
An association with Bok Tower
Gardens could lead to a new
middle school on the Ridge that
would focus on agriculture and
horticulture if a plan revealed by
the Lake Wales Charter Schools
system comes to fruition.


A reverential moment













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PHOTO BY STEVE STEINER
The Rev. Ralph Waters, of the Frostproof Care Center, gives the invocation at the June 18
regular Polk County Board of County Commissioners meeting. Waters is also a member of
the Frostproof. city council.


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Rotary's

By JEFF ROSLOW
JROSLOW@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
For the first time in decades, the
Frostproof Rotary Club will have a district
governor just a stone's throw away
On July 1, George Robertson-Burnett will
become the third Bartow Rotary member
to become the District Governor of District
689Q, which covers Central Florida. Last
Friday in a ceremony at the Bartow Civic
Center, he was installed in front of some
400 members.
"I worked in the British government so
I understand about rising to your level of
incompetence. I think in the United States
you call it the Peter Principle. I do reserve
the right that if things go wrong I hold
myself to that."
He will be visiting the Frostproof club
later this summer or fall. The Frostproof
club meets the first and third Thursday of
each month at the Frostproof Care Center
community room.
Among the projects the club is
involved in is high school scholarships,
dictionaries for all fifth-grade students
at Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Elementary school,
and an annual schoolteacher and
staff appreciation breakfast for some


district leader is now nearby


200 workers at the three local schools.
Most recently, the club donated $250 to
an initiative that will spruce up downtown
Frostproof with new foxtail palms.
Robertson-Burnett was recruited into
the Bartow club about 10 years ago.
"I was hesitant at first because I was
familiar with the Rotary Club in England
and I didn't want to drink beer that early,"
he said. "Then I found out there was iced
tea... and it was cold."
But failing is not in Robertson-Bumrnett's
background. In England he owned the
George Hotel, a fashionable resort. Here
he ran the Stanford Inn Bed and Breakfast
and sold it in 2009. In Rotary, he was the
Bartow Rotary president in 2008-09. He
was the Assistant Governor Group 7 from
2009-2011. He graduated from the Rotary
Leadership Institute. He was the chairman
of the District Bike Ride in 2010 and for
the district conference in 2011 and 2012.
His district awards include two Assistant
Governor awards, the District'Thinking
out of the Box' award 2010 and District
Rotarian of the Year Award in 2011.
Cited for his ability to think outside
the box, he looks forward to leading the
district in the next year. The job as district
governor is to not only help clubs start


and continue service projects, but to cheer
them on along the way District 6890 serves
45 Rotary Clubs in 18 cities, which includes
Frostproof, Avon Park and Lake Wales.
Former district governor and Friday's
emcee Bill Stuart assured members his
colleagues ability to think outside the box
will certainly help the clubs in the next
year.
In the change of leadership, the cur-
rent District Governor, Tom Wade from
NewTampa Club, turned over the district
governor banner that will hang in the club's
meetings for the next year. It will be the
first time since the 1980s since the banner
was there when Stuart was the district
governor. The other district governor from
the Bartow Club was Stephen Grimes.
However, how many times Robertson-
Burnett sees that banner is another matter.
He plans to visit with every club in the next
year, he said.
In describing what a district governor
does, John Smarge, a former district
governor and the guest speaker at Friday's
convention used a former UCLA college
basketball coach as an example. A girls
basketball coach himself, who over the
last three years had only one loss, he cited
Wooden as one of his role models.


Wooden in his 12 years as UCLA's head
coach won 10 NCAA titles including seven
in a row and compiled a 620-147 career
record from 1959-1975.
"Wooden wanted to establish a cult of
excellence," Smarge said. "He didn't care
about wins and loses, but that was what
happened when this cult of excellence was
established."
He said Rotary is much like that: Put in
the hard work because it is necessary.
"Wooden never left the bench when he
coached. The value of preparation out-
weighs anything he could do on the court.
Wooden took responsibility when the
team did poorly and pushed off applause
when the team did well and gave the credit
always to his players."
And Robertson-Bumett, drawing from
one of his favorite sports of car racing, said
riding the marbles is what he plans to do in
the next year.
"You have to take chances," he said, de-
scribing what riding the marbles is. "If you
follow the driving lane you get a smooth
ride but you probably won't be successful
and it won't be challenging. If you ride on
the high lanes and ride where the marbles
are you'll go faster. That's what we're going
to do over the next year."


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VIEWPOINT


An Amazon deal that brings jobs, revenues


Although Internet consumers may not be thrilled,
last week's announcement that Internet giant
Amazon may be building a 1 million-square-foot
warehouse in Hillsborough County is very good news
for Central Florida and good news for the state and
business community.
Gov. Rick Scott announced last Thursday that
Amazon would move operations to Florida as early
as next year and create more than 3,000 new jobs.
According to the Tampa Bay Times, about one-third
would come at a huge, $200 million "state of the art"
warehouse in Ruskin. Quoting county commission-
ers, the Times reported 375 jobs at the facility would
pay in the $47,500 range. The deal would include
some $6.6 million in local financial incentives, but
Hillsborough County officials were extremely enthu-
siastic about the prospect. State incentives are also
expected.
This is excellent news for the state's and the
region's economy. It also will bring a boost in state tax
revenues.
Right now, Florida law requires sales tax be paid on


Our Viewpoint

all Internet sales, but that rarely occurs. The reason is
that state law puts the onus of payment on consum-
ers, not on businesses, in cases where the retailer
does not maintain a physical location in the state.
The law is a joke. Few consumers actually pay up
voluntarily. There is no enforcement, no Big-Brother
online tax checker. Retailers like Walmart, which do
have stores here, charge state tax with orders. All the
other traditional bricks and-mortar businesses the
gift shops, hardware stores, clothing outlets and
department stores also charge tax with Internet
orders. This puts them at a significant competitive
disadvantage.
With the new warehouses, Amazon will start
charging Floridians the 6 percent tax which was
due all along. The tax revenues are significant. The
Florida Retail Association estimated some 10 to
20 percent of total Internet retail sales in the state


come through Amazon, which sells everything from
books, baby carriers and bike helmets to chain saws
and weed-whackers. Collection of the tax could bring
an estimated $40 million to $90 million in additional
state revenues, the Retail Association estimates.
The downside is that Amazon's online consumers
may soon have to actually pay what's due. The tax
holiday is over in Florida.
But it's only fair. The tax-free status of online
retailers hurts the local businesses that invest in our
communities, hire local workers, pay local taxes and
contribute to community organizations. There's no
legitimate reason Main Street businesses should be
6 percent in the hole when they open their door.
Kudos to the Scott administration for getting this
done on what appear to be favorable terms; earlier
negotiations fell through after the governor took a
harder stance. We also hope the Amazon deal will
not slow the movement to compel all online retailers
to collect state sales tax themselves. There's no valid
reason to give one style of business a competitive
advantage of this size.


Letters to the editor


Youth production at


Little Theater is a hit


It's not very often that I feel obligated
to take pen in hand but I feel compelled
to call the current production at the
Lake Wales Little Theater to the atten-
tion of my fellow citizens.
We all hear the comments (negative)
about our younger generation. The
current show features all teenagers
who have put their heart and soul into
creating a laugh filled, action packed
production. Great timing, pratfalls, and
unbounded enthusiasm make this a
great escape from TV reruns.


Child ca


sure ci
Childcare services are being offered at
several Home Daycares and Daycare fa-
cilities in local neighborhoods. Be very
careful how you choose the childcare
facility for your children.
1. Make sure that the facility you are
interested in has been inspected and
licensed by the Florida Department of
Children and Families.
2. Make sure that all certifications
(such as local and federal background
checks, childcare certificates, CPR and
First Aid certificates) of the owner/
director are all up to date.
3. Make sure that the inside and
outside playground areas of the facility
is a healthy environment (clean and
safe) for your children's stay.
4. Make sure that facility manage-
ment and staff members are friendly


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All ages will find this production to be
enjoyable and leave the theater with a
smile on their faces.
The final performances are this Friday
and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday
at 2 p.m. Tickets are only $10 for adults
and $7 for students. Reserve your seats
by calling True Value at 676-7278 or stop
by True Value at 101 E. Park Avenue.
Don't miss out!
CliffTonjes
Lake Wales


re make


tecklist
and observant.
5. Make sure you prepare a Question
List for the owner/director of the facil-
ity. How your questions are answered
will give you a peace of mind as to what
facility you choose for your children.
Always remember that the health and
safety of your children comes first.
6. Make sure you carefully read over
the facilities Parent Handbook contents
and Contract Agreement before sign-
ing anything. Please ask questions if
necessary.
7. Make sure that the facility has an
Open Door Policy so that you can come
visit your children at an appropriate
time during their stay.
8. Make sure that all areas of the

JACKSON 15


'Redskins' is


considered a curse word


See if this makes sense to you: For
years, I've argued with certain African-
American people about their insis-
tence upon using the so-called N-word
which, to my ears, is, inalterably, a
statement of self-loathing. They say I
don't understand. They say the word
no longer means what it has always
meant. They say it's just a friendly
fraternal greeting.
I say one cannot arbitrarily decide
that a word especially an old and
bloodstained word suddenly means
something other than what it always
has. I say that, while language does
change over time, it doesn't do so
because a few of us want it to or tell
it to. And I say that if I call you an
"idiot," but say that "idiot" now means
"genius," you will be no less insulted.


Leonard
[mm


Does that seem logical? If so, then
perhaps you can understand my
impatience with people who insist on
defending the Washington football
team whose nickname is a racial slur.
The latest is NFL Commissioner
Roger Goodell. Last week, he
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some rules. Please keep them to less than 250 words. Letters
will be edited to length as well as grammar and spelling. All
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GRADUATE
FROM PAGE 1

first one off. He would leave as early
as 5:45 a.m., and return home as late
as 5 p.m.
His teachers were better trained to
teach special needs and were sup-
portive of his academic endeavors,
patiently working with him on a
one-on-one basis.
He also received much support
from his parents, who not only
helped him with his school work,
but in the case of his mother, also
volunteered at his school.
The support from his teachers and
family, coupled with his new dili-
gence to learn, ensured that Andres
excelled in his academics, especially
in areas where he had previously
struggled.
"He's done really well," said Doug
Andrews, one of his teachers for
eight years. "He's advanced further
than his parents and he thought he
could because he has a lot of poten-
tial, and there's a lot of things that
he didn't think he could do, and we
showed him he could do them."
The biggest improvement has
been his speech. As with most Down
syndrome children, Andres had
difficulty keeping his tongue in his
mouth while speaking; but years of
speech therapy has ensured that he
can control his tongue in more ways
than one.
Now he can carry on a conversa-
tion with others, especially over the


phone, though his natural shyness
prevents him from opening up to
strangers.
His reading and writing has also
improved. He can now legibly write
his name without referring to it on
another piece of paper.
His favorite school subjects includ-
ed math, computers, and agriculture.
In athletics, he has been involved
with bowling and bocce ball, two
sports in which he does exception-
ally well.
For five years, he has participated
in the Special Olympics, where he
has won several ribbons and medals.
"He tries so hard to do something,
even if he can't do it the best, you
can see that effort that is always
there for him to do the best," Coach
Robert Steele said. "In fact, his mom
has to tell me to take it easy on him
because of his physical limitations,
and he doesn't want to pay attention
to that."
Never has Andres been a bad
sport. Even when he loses, he
maintains a good attitude and good
sportsmanship. Win or lose, he
always cheered on his teammates,
and was always there for them to
lend his support.
His coach foresees a future career
for him, claiming he has the skill
and athletic prowess to continue
participating in the Special Olympics
for the rest of his life.
- Aside from school sports, Andres
loves bowling and playing basket-
ball. He has a vested interest in
electronics and is capable of using
various devices including the family


computer, iPhone, iPod, and camera.
His parents claim that he knows
more about electronics than the rest
of the family.
He loves music, his favorite genre
being '80s pop, and his favorite
instrument is the guitar. Whenever
he listens to the radio, he plays air
guitar along with the music.
He loves to collect novelty sun-
glasses and magazines, especially
those with photographs such as
National Geographic.
Aside from his academics, Andres
has improved with household skills.
He is extremely well-organized and
independent, capable of cleaning
after himself, grooming himself, and
cooking his own food.
Andres always maintains a posi-
tive, optimistic attitude. Rarely is he
ever in a bad mood. Every day is a
good day for him, and a smile always
graces his face.
Now that Andres has graduated,
his parents plan to keep him at
home for a year in order to give him
a break.
Afterwards, when he is ready, he
will attend the school's transition
program, which helps graduates
adjust to life after school, to transi-
tion from a school environment to a
work environment.
His parents plan to have him in-
volved with church and community
service, motivating him to socialize
with the public rather than remain
secluded at home.
Whatever his future plans may be,
Andres is sure to do well with it. He
was capable of making it through


MY FLESH AND BLOOD
God sent you here to teach me
Some things I did not know
Through different eyes I now see
Individual paths that we all go
You're not what I had dreamed of
The young man I thought you'd be
But you no question I love
God chose you just for me
The struggles they are worth it
We climb mountains every day
Together a fire we have lit
We're a team in every way
On the mountain we slip and slide
Sometimes I get morose
Although it is a rocky ride
A life I never chose
I couldn't imagine my life
Without you by my side
We do experience much strife
It floats in and out like the tide
In the end itfs worth the work
A special young man you are
Special awe of you does lurk
You have come so far
I know that you will continue to grow
I never have a doubt

school, and he is more than capable
of making it through life.
His life serves as an inspiration
for others, proving that they can
succeed in life, regardless of their
abilities.
"To families who have special
needs, don't give up," his mother
Beatrice said. She penned a special
poem in her son's honor. "Have faith
in yourself and faith in your child
and never give up. It's a challenge
but hold on there."


PITTS
FROM PAGE 4

responded to a letter from members
of the House Congressional Native
American Caucus questioning the ap-
propriateness of the name "Redskins."
That name, wrote Goodell, "is a
unifying force that stands for strength.
courage, pride and respect." The team
took the name in 1933, he noted, to
honor then coach William "Lone Star"
Dietz, who was reputedly (it is a matter
of historical dispute) an American
Indian.
"Neither in intent nor use was the
name ever meant to denigrate Native
Americans or offend any group," he
wrote. In other words, we have changed
-the meaning. It no longer means what


it has always meant.
As it happens Goodell's letter fol-
lows a novel though ultimately
failed effort earlier this year by the
Michigan Department of Civil Rights to
ban Indian team names and mascots
at primary and secondary schools.
The complaint MDCR filed with the
Education Department argued that
such things are not merely insulting,
but damaging. It cited the work of
Di. Stephanie Fryberg, an assistant
professor at the University of Arizona
who has studied the effects of the
team names and imagery on Native
American students.
She has found empirical proof that
those names and imagery lead to
lowered self esteem and sense of com-
munity worth among American Indian
kids. They also damage aspirations and
heighten anxiety and depression.


In other words, seeing their people
reduced to mascots is toxic to Indian
children. And if the names and images
in general are damaging, how much
more harmful is "Redskins"? That
name, after all, was never neutral, but
was, rather, a hateful epithet hurled
by people who were stealing from and
committing genocide against, those
they saw as savage and subhuman. So
calling a football team the "Washington
Redskins" as a way of honoring an
Indian makes precisely as much sense
as calling a soccer team "The Warsaw
Kikes" as a way of honoring a Jew.
Fans of franchises bearing Indian
names often resist changing them
out of sentiment. Owners meanwhile,
are loath to tamper with lucrative
trademarks.
That's understandable. But it is also
short-sighted.


You can delude yourself all you want.
Things are what they are, and as Rick
Perry learned in 2011 when he was
called to answer for a certain inconve-
niently named rock, this nation's ugly
racial past has a way of poking through
the polite lies and evasions we use to
prettify history and justify ourselves.
So it is with Washington's football team
and its nickname.
This is not about honor and even
less about "strength, courage, pride
and respect." It is rather, about moral
integrity, intellectual honesty and the
immutable weight of certain words.
Whether we choose to acknowledge it,
or never do, doesn't change the fact:
"Redskins" is a curse word.

Leonard PittsJr. is a columnist for the
Miami Herald. Readers may reach him
at lpitts@ miamiherald.com.


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FROM PAGE 4

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OBITUAI S


Albert R. LaRochelle


Albert R. LaRochelle, Sr., 66, of Lake
Wales passed away Wednesday, June 12,
2013, at Lake Wales Medical Center.
Albert was born Sept. 9, 1946, in
Secaucus, N.J., to the late Rosario H.
and Doris R. (Fontaine) LaRochelle and
has been a resident of this area since
1983.
He retired from the Lake Wales
Country Club after 30 years and was a
former member of the Moose Lodge. He
collected clocks and enjoyed vegetable
gardening, music, wind chimes and
shopping at Walmart. He also volun-
teered at the Habitat for Humanity.
Survivors include his daughter,


Doris R. Shaw of Lake Wales; son,
Albert R. and wife, Lila LaRochelle of
Lake Wales; seven brothers and sisters;
and six grandchildren, Barbara, Keith,
Aaron, Caitlan, Albert III and Desiree;
and one nephew, Paul Yates.
Memorial service was held Monday,
June 17, 2013, at the Marion Nelson
Funeral Home with the Rev. David
Durham officiating.
Condolences may be sent to the fam-
ily and the webcast of the service can be
viewed at www.marionnelsonfuneral
home.com.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home is in
Charge of arrangements.


Annie Bernice Schaefer, 96, of Lake
Wales passed away at home with
family on Sunday, May 19, 2013, at her
residence.
Annie was born Dec. 7, 1916, in Bath,
Maine, to the late Edgar L. and Victoria
(Renaud) Eastman and has been a resi-
dent of Lake Wales since 1983, moving
here from Miami. She graduated from
Business College, owned and operated
her own florist business in Miami for
over 20 years and in her retirement
worked as a tax professional with H&R
Block. Ann was an avid and devoted
lover of all animals, in particular her
family pets.
Ann was preceded in death by her
husband, Sylvester J. Schaefer and


Irma Elizabeth Parker, 95, of Lake
Wales, died on Sunday, July 16, 2013, at
Lake Wales Medical Center.
Born on Sept. 22, 1917, inAlifia, Fla.,
she was a resident of Lake Wales for
30 years. She was a member of the First
Baptist Church, Bartow. Bobbie was a
homemaker and loved to fish. She also
tremendously loved her house cats.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, Robert L. Parker, her sister,
lone K. Hackle, and her brother, Joe A.
Roberts Jr.
Survivors include sister, Ruth L.
Roberts of Bartow; nephew, Thomas C.


son-in- law, David H. Burns.
Survivors include son, Nicholas and
his wife Rita Schaefer of Lake Wales; her
daughters, Victoria Ann Burns of Craig,
Colo., Judith Stacy Gault of Watkinsville,
Ga.; seven grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
Celebration of her life and reception
is from 4 to 7 p.m., Friday, June 21, 2013,
at the family residence in Lake Wales.
Those who wish to make memorial
donations may do so to the Polk County
Humane Society 555 Sage Road, Winter
Haven, FL 33881, or in care of Marion
Nelson Funeral Home 454 S. Buck
Moore Road, Lake Wales, FL 33853.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


Hackle, Sr. and wife Yvonne of Indian
Lake Estates; three nieces; two great
nieces, and one great nephew, and
longtime beloved friends, Bud and Sally
Thrift.
Graveside services will be held at Lake
Wales Cemetery on Wednesday, June 19,
2013, at 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Bryant
Dickey will be officiating.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be
made to the Good Shepherd Hospice
Center, 320 West Main Street, Lakeland,
FL 33815.
Johnson Funeral Home in Lake Wales
is in charge of arrangements.


PROJECT
FROM PAGE 1

they have a shallow root system
that shouldn't impact sidewalks and
other infrastructure, and that they
don't require a lot of regular, ongo-
ing maintenance.
City Councilwoman Diana
Webster-Biehl, who was not at a
meeting earlier this month when
the idea was first broached, heartily
endorsed the plan, and the vote to
move forward with the project was
unanimous.
"I think the plan is a benefit to the
city of Frostproof. The beautification
of the downtown area reinforces what
we are trying to build, which is a
viable, classic, old-fashioned, lovely
small town," she said. "I think the
plan is a wonderful approach. It has
support that people are willing to put
money up front to make it happen.
It creates an image. In my opinion,
the city investing in the downtown
business community for this kind of
thing is what most cities do that have
a forward looking vision."
She agreed that the current trees
don't do much to enhance the city's
appearance.

Words of Comfort
We sit beneath the night sky by the
whisper of the windsong...in the quiet
of darkness. And they are never far.
Those we have loved and
.--.. cherished, those who have
c h i rhinr,,-, our lives in some
small or profound way are
closer than we know,
because it is their light
that shines on our world.
It is the brilliance of their
souls that makes our night
sky glow.
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"The trees we have right now are
not maintained, watered, they're
scraggly. It was a great concept but
it didn't carry through," Webster-
Biehl added. "I'd like to see the
city go ahead with it. If we don't
start doing something to add to the
appeal of the downtown area, we're
going to be stuck in the mud and
there will be opportunities lost."
LeFils said virtually everyone she
has talked to and solicited money
from has been very supportive.
"When I called all these people,
everyone was excited about it,"
she said. "I didn't get one negative
comment."
There was some discussion about
the trees, and where they might
be placed in front of the Ramon
Theater. Biehl, who is president of
the theater, said officials there want
to make sure whatever is done does
not detract from that building's
architecture.
Ralph Water also expressed con-
cern that the trees might actually
get too tall, but in the end, voted
with his colleagues to endorse the
plan.
"I think we're trying to make
Frostproof look more tropical than
just another city," Councilwoman
Martha Neher said.

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The U.S. Senate has passed major
farm-policy legislation that contains
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson's provision for
creating a trust fund for agricultural
research to combat the deadly citrus
greening disease that's threating
Florida's $9 billion annual industry.
Additionally, the Florida Democrat
received public pledges of support
from two key Senate colleagues, Max
Baucus and Debbie Stabenow, who
chair the Finance and Agriculture
committees, respectively. Both
lawmakers gave Nelson open decla-
rations in support of the citrus trust
fund on the Senate floor.
Any differences between House
of Representatives bills with the
Senate's will be worked out by a
conference panel over which Baucus
and Stabenow would likely be highly
influential. Thus, their support is
seen as a big boost in the so-far
uphill battle against one of the most
deadly invaders ever of Florida's
citrus crop, Nelson indicated.
In a report out last year, University
of Florida researchers found the
greening disease cost Florida's
economy $4.5 billion and 8,000 jobs
between 2006 and 2012.
"We won't be growing citrus in
Florida much longer, if we don't soon
find a cure," Nelson warned in a
speech to the Senate earliertoday.
If the House accepts the citrus
fund language, Nelson's office
estimated that as much $150 million
over five years could go toward
research, which would be on top
of $11 million Nelson already has
secured to help combat the disease.
The funding for the research would
come from a tariff on imported
citrus.
The House has its own $940 billion
version of the farm bill. Compared
with the Senate bill, the House ver-
sion has less money for food stamps
and nutrition, or $743 billion over
10 years. There's also less money for
conservation, slightly deeper cuts to
commodity payments and a bit more
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The House is planning to take up
its version this week, though there
are still plenty of disagreements
within the chamber particularly
on how the bill cuts food-stamp
funding. The House and Senate bills
will then have to be reconciled.
U.S. Rep. Tom Rooney, R-Fla., a
member of the House Agriculture
Appropriations Subcommittee,
got money from the Agriculture
Appropriations approved by the full
committee last week that includes
his requests for citrus disease
research.
"A strong citrus industry in Florida
is critical to growing our economy
and creating jobs in our state, but
it's also vital to maintaining a safe,
affordable and abundant food sup-
ply for our nation," Rooney said.
"Unfortunately, diseases like citrus
greening are driving many of our
growers out of business and crip-
pling our industry."
Rooney noted that since 1997, total
citrus acreage in Florida has fallen
by 25 percent, from 600,000 acres to
450,000 acres. Unless that trend is
reversed, experts believe the state's
annual crop will become too small
to sustain existing processing plants,
costing the state much-needed
jobs and its status as a top citrus
producer.
"By cutting waste in other areas
and setting clear priorities, the
Agriculture Appropriations bill
we approved in committee today
will save taxpayers money overall,
while providing a much-needed
increase in funding for citrus disease
research."
The Senate last Monday voted
66-27 to approve a massive farm bill
that will set the course of U.S. food
policy. The old farm bill expired
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By Jason A. Penrod, Esquire
When people think of estate planning, the document most people immediately
focus on is a Last Will & Testament (often simply referred to as a "Will").
While many people realize a Will is an important document, people often
have questions about Wills and whether it is necessary to execute one. This
article will address the importance of executing a Will and what may happen
when a person passes away without having executed one.

First, what is a Will? It is a legal instrument that permits a person, the testator,
to make decisions on how his or her estate will be managed and distributed
at death. Each state has its own specific requirements for how a Will is to be
executed. For example, Florida law mandates that a Will be in writing, be
executed by the testator in a prescribed manner, and that this execution occur
in the presence of two witnesses who are also to sign the Will along with the
testator.
A Will handles some important issues. It enables someone to designate who
he or she would like to serve as the executor of the estate. In Florida, we refer
to the executor as the Personal Representative. The Personal Representative's
role is fundamentally to manage the affairs of the decedent after he or she
passes.

In addition, a Will provides direction on how one's estate is to be distributed
to beneficiaries. This can be particularly important when we consider
concerns such as unequal amounts being left to different heirs, children
or grandchildren receiving monies at an early age, and beneficiaries with
special needs. Moreover, for couples with young children, a Will grants the
opportunity for parents to designate Guardians for their young children were
they to pass while their children still needed care and upbringing.
If a probate is required, and the decedent did not have a valid Will, then
the probate will be administered according to intestacy law. In Florida,
the legislature has passed intestacy statutes that can best be described as
the parameters for .it believes a "typical" person would want an estate
administered. However, and as discussed in my last article, the "typical"
person legislation and the way that you would want your estate to be handled
may be drastically different.

In other words, the intestacy statutes, which are very rigid, may prescribe an
outcome that one would not desire. For example, if a person has multiple
children, he or she may trust one child over another with the administration
duties. Perhaps a sibling that the decedent had not talked to in years is
successful at becoming the Personal Representative. Quite simply, by
executing a well thought out Will, one can be proactive and avoid pitfalls
while also ensuring his or her wishes are followed.

In conclusion, we all owe ourselves the respect of having our true wishes
known and executed. If you have questions as to whether you, or your loved
ones, need a Last Will & Testament or need to change its language, I suggest
that you contact a knowledgeable Estate Planning or Elder Law Attorney for
such assistance.

P.S. Congratulations to our recent high school and collegiate graduates! We
know you will make us proud!

The Lake Wales News is pleased to offer the legal column entitled "From the
Attorney's Desk", authored by Jason A. Penrod, a law partner with Family
Elder Law. The column addresses legal issues of particular interest to our
readers. In addition, the columnist answers individual questions from the
readership on a wide range of topics. To submit your questions or suggestions
for topics, please send them to.: Lake Wales News, 140 East Stuart Avenue,
Lake Wales, FL 33853, or email them to lakewalesnews@yahoo.com.



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By BRIAN ACKLEY
BACKLEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM

When Joseph "Sundance"
Hernandez rushed into a burn-
ing building June 1 in Eloise to
try and save his friend Jimmy
Meeks, he was not alone.
At the side of the well-known
and well liked homeless man
was his devoted dog Jethro,
a 2-year old Cur. Neither
Hernandez or Meeks would
survive the inferno, but Jethro
did, providing a small smile at
the end of an horrific tragedy.
"He was with him 24-7," said
Tiger Godwin, who fostered
Jethro after receiving treatment
at the Fort Meade Animal Clinic.
Jethro suffered painful, but
not life-threatening burns,
around his head and neck
and ears, according to Dr. Lori
Shank.
"He was a real trooper. Even in
his discomfort, he always had a
gentle and appreciative tail wag
while he was with us," Shank
said. Her clinic donated their
services to get Jethro back on the
road to health, and one of their
suppliers, Novartis, donated a
year's worth of flea and heart
worm medication to make sure
he stays on that healthy path.
Jethro and Sundance were
regular attendees at Heartland
Community Church Mission in
Eloise. Godwin, a resident of
Homeland, took Jethro in after
the blaze, and then passed him
on to his new home, a family
that also attends the church who


has two young girls who knew Even so, Godwin said lethro
the dog from attending Sunday mourned his previous owner's
services, passing.
"Evern Sunday, they would "He howled for rwo straight
play with him." Godwin said, days for Sundance," Godwin
noting there were many indi- added.
viduals and families who were Shank said lethro should make
more than willing to give lethro a full recovery.
a new home. "They asked for "The love of those who took
him. They are really excited. And care of him right after (he fire,
there's still a spot in the church and from his new family, is the
for him." best medicine of all." she added.


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PROVIDED
Dr. Lori Shank,
right, and veteri-
nary technician
Kristie Cannon
work on Jethro,
who was burned
in a fire that
claimed two
lives earlier this
month in Eloise.











Tiger Godwin,
who fostered
Jethro in the days
after a deadly
fire in Eloise, gets
a tail wag and
loving look from
the two-year
old dog who
was treated at
the Fort Meade
Animal Clinic.


Trash to Treasure event coming


The Trash to Treasure Indoor
Rummage Sale is coming later this
month and if you are looking to
clean out your closet, garage or
house and want to sponsor KPCB,
this is the perfect event for you.
Here's how it works: KPCB is seek-
ing donations of unwanted items
to be sold at their indoor rummage
sale/fundraiser being held from
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday, June 20
to Saturday, June 22 at a storefront
near Dillards and the Dollar Star
in the Eagle Ridge Mall in Lake
Wales. Proceeds go to help purchase
cleanup and beautification supplies.
All donors of items for the event will
receive a donation receipt and will
be listed as a sponsor on the KPCB
website's sponsor page during the
months of June and July.
People can bring their unwanted
items to recycle (and become some-
one's new treasure) to the KPCB
office located at the Eagle Ridge
Mall next to the movie theater.
Remember to stop by the Indoor
Rummage sale to see what new
treasures you may find.
For information or to see about
dropping off your items, contact
Keep Polk County Beautiful at
863-676-7019. -

Winter Haven Hospital
honors volunteers
Winter Haven Hospital re-
cently honored more than 120


volunteers at the Annual Volunteer
Appreciation Luncheon held at Lake
Ashton during National Volunteer
Week.
During the luncheon, newly
elected officers of the Winter Haven
Hospital Volunteer Auxiliary were
installed for the 2012-2013 year.
These are Anna Kauffman, presi-
dent; Charlotte Stangry, first vice
president; Sheila Hartt, second vice
president; Shelly DiNunzio, record-
ing secretary; Janice Bullock, cor-
responding secretary; Marion Green,
treasurer; John Gibson, historian;
Joan Johnston, parliamentarian.
Also, members of the Auxiliary
presented a check for $150,000 to
Lance Anastasio, Winter Haven
Hospital president and CEO and
to Joel Thomas, Vice President;
Development, Marketing & Public
Relations. The contribution rep-
resented the sixth installment
on the auxiliary's current project
pledge of $1 million dollars for the
Volunteer Auxiliary Grande Lobby
Construction/Renovation. This
brings the total funding of $760,000
to date for this project.
The Auxiliary annually sponsors
three Youth Scholarship Awards
for $2,000 each to recognize out-
standing youths in the community.
Youth Scholarship Awards were
presented to Nicholas Davis from
Winter Haven High School and
Maribel Ramirez from Lake Region
High School. The third scholarship,


known as the Christopher
Whitehead Memorial Scholarship
Award and reserved for a teen mem-
ber of the Auxiliary, was presented
to Craige Carr from Winter Haven
High School.
Other awards presented to
Winter Haven Hospital Volunteer
Auxiliary members were:
Volunteer Spirit Award to Pete
Vanderveen and Kathleen Hill;
Volunteer Recruitment Award to
Mildred Hrezo, Marilyn Pearce,
Linda Gross, Gail Schutz, Norm
Bailey and Gene Keating; Geese I
Award to Ron Davey, Curt Dudley,
Geraldine Eldridge, John Emch,
Jack Fletcher, Elaine Goddard,
Joyce Hoffstetter, Cynthia Hurley,
Alice Torgler, Larry Torgler, Sally
Mitchell, Dianne Murphy, Laurie
Nordby, Bev Peer, Bob Pierce, Maria
Reiner, Maria Schenkel, Marilyn
Shepherd, Dorothy Stechert, Dennis
Thibodeaux, Arline Wielengla and
Phyllis Jean Wimberly; Geese II
Award to Saundra Baughn, Jean
Evans, Linda Lubell, Ann Morton,
Sue Peters, Lonnie Rollison and
Jane Ann Sarber; Above & Beyond
Award to Sue Marshall, Jean Stein
and Diana Bachelder; Caring Heart
Award to Liz Audley; Essential Piece
Award to Marion Green; The Power
of One Award to Dorothy Pursley;
Beyond the Call Award to Don
Cohn; Making A Difference Award
to Carmelita Amann, Sunny Shelton
and Mildred Hrezo.


Volunteer Polk manager
honored by governor,
first lady
On Thursday, Volunteer Polk
Manager Janet Bartuska was honored
by the Governor and First Lady in
a private dinner at the Governor's
Mansion in Tallahassee.
The dinner honored 24 community!
leaders.
Honorees included representatives
from Goodwill, Florida Black Chamber
of Commerce, county and city officials,
business and community leaders,
Florida Association of Counties, City
Year, and several university presidents,
including University of South Florida
President Judy Genshaft.
"While it was certainly a personal
honor to be invited, it was an even big-
ger honor to represent Polk County,"
Bartuska said.
Bartuska detailed Volunteer Polk
and its efforts to serve as a workforce
incubator by empowering displaced
workers to keep their job skills current,
and possibly gain additional skills for
their resumes.
Additionally, she talked about
Servapalooza Polk, a new volunteer
festival taking place Saturday, Sept. 7 at
the Sun 'n' Fun fairgrounds in Lakeland.
The event ties in with the "National
Day of Service & Remembrance," a
positive tribute to the 9/11 tragedies
that now calls for citizen engagement.
Call the Volunteer Polk Office for
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HURRICANE
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that provides 24-hour, seven-days a week,
emergency response assistance in the
event of a hurricane or other emergency.
"People come and go in Florida. It's a
transient state," said Cindy Rodriguez,
director of communications for A-C-T.
Because of Florida's high number of
vacation residents and newcomers to
the state, the concern is that too many
residents are not properly aware of the,
threat of hurricanes.
'.'People think, 'Oh it's hurricane season
again. We'll go out and buy some bottled
water and we'll be good to go,'" said
Rodriguez.
The firm, which was recently presented
with the Florida Small Business Resiliency
Award for 2012 by the State Emergency
Response Team, is a leader in safety and
emergency precautionary tactics. The
firm has offices in Bartow, Jacksonville,
Gainesville, Orlando, Naples, and Fort
Lauderdale. The corporate headquarters,
located in Bartow, was built in 2005 just
after the 2004 hurricanes struck Polk
County and is designed to withstand a
Category 5 hurricane. The structure is
constructed with six-inch, solid pre-cast
walls with full metal reinforcement, as
well as a metal roof, metal trusses welded
to the walls, and stormproof windows and
doors.
"I always tease that our president didn't
want us to have an excuse to not come
to work," joked Rodriguez of the highly
secure building.
Many companies are following the
same path of A-C-T and practicing safe
and innovative precautionary standards
in the event of a hurricane. Koon provided


A-C-T recently received a resiliency award. From left is Pete McNally, Emergency Management Director for Polk County, Bryan Koon, Florida Division
of Emergency Management Director, Rob Kincart, President of A-C-T Environmental & Infrastructure Inc. and Bryan Lowe, Florida Department of
Emergency Management Public/Private Sector coordinator.


examples of some distinguished compa-
nies, including Publix for its installation
of back-up generators, Walgreens for
their implementation of a mobile phar-
macy, Waffle House for their hurricane
preparedness teams, and wireless phone
companies likeVerizon that provide
mobile charging stations.
"There are lots of companies doing
great things," said Koon.
Though hurricanes cause massive
disruption to businesses and life as usual
for the public, one sector that booms is
the construction industry
"Our phones were crazy," said Jennifer
Sturgis, vice president of SEMCO in
Bartow, of the 2004 hurricane aftermath.
The construction company, which typical-
ly employs about 60 full-time employees,
hired about 15 more workers to help -after
the 2004 hurricanes struck, said Sturgis.


The company designed an organized call
sheet with questions to ask each caller.
"Especially homeowners, they are
so distraught and worried about their
homes, you have to calm them down,"
said Sturgis who recalls her company
working 12-hour days to properly assist all
the customers. "My fear is because it was
nine years ago, people have a short term
memory. It can be tedious if you prepare a
hurricane kit every year and then nothing
happens."
Koon urges all residents to follow the
recommended plan for their individual
needs and circumstances, whether it is
children in the family, elderly, pets, or
special needs individuals.
Pete McNally, Emergency Management
Director for Polk County recommends
that residents with special needs contact
the Emergency Management Bureau


in Bartow and register to use one of
the three special needs shelters in Polk
County.
"Prior to an event coming in, we will
contact those people requiring transpor-
tation," said McNally. The special needs
shelter in Bartow is located at the Polk
County Health Department Specialty Care
Unit.
"We have 1 percent of our population
with special needs and we don't have
1 percent registered," said McNally of Polk
County residents.
Koon's ultimate hope is residents of
Florida that are able to, will take the time
to develop an emergency plan so that the
emergency response teams can take care
of those less equipped. "Everything they
can do now will benefit them later and
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Two of Frostproof's signature
community events will be promoted
next year by the hand of a local
artist.
For the first time ever, the city's
Orange Blossom Festival and the
Frostproof Bike Fest will have a re-
gional art poster competition hosted
by the Frostproof Art League and
Gallery to chose an original art work
to advertise and market the event.
The competition is open to those
who reside in or work in, are a
member of an arts association, or
are enrolled in a college or univer-
sity in Polk or Highlands county. A
maximuni of five entries is allowed,
per artist, and the entry fee is $15 for
each entry.
The Orange Blossom Festival has
become a tradition in Frostproof.
"Think of antique cars, tractors
and orange blossoms and you have
the theme of this popular event that
takes place in the unique historical
downtown streets of this small cen-
tral Florida city," noted Art League
publicity chairman Tina Miller.
"Most roads leading into Frostproof
are lined with orange groves that
are at the peak of orange blossom
season in mid-February."
The festival is a daylong event
where people can stroll along West
Wall Street which will be lined with


antique cars, tractors and colorful
vendor booths selling various arts
and crafts. There will also be food
vendors and good listening music.
The Frostproof Art League and
Gallery, 12 E. Wall St., invites at-
tendees to visit the gallery to view
the display of the Orange Blossom
Festival Art Poster Competition fi-
nalists' entries. In addition there will
be a folk art show and the annual
quilt show. Many of these items will
be available for purchase.
The Frostproof Bike Fest is quickly
becoming another tradition in
Frostproof. It's a time when bikers
(the motorcycle kind) roar into town
for outdoor activities such as a poker
run, biker games, vendors, food,
music and more.
Frostproof Art League & Gallery
will be open and have on display
the Art Poster Competition finalists'
entries, along with a photography
show. Many of these items will be
available for purchase.
For information regarding the
poster competition or an entry form,
contact Jenny Grenke, President,
Frostproof Art League & Gallery, at
863-412-7016 or call the Frostproof
Art League and Gallery at 863-635-
7271. The group can also be contact-
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Antique cars are just one of the attractions at the city's annual Orange Blossom Festival.


The Frostproof Bikefest will have its third annual event in 2014.


Little Miss Frostproof tickets on sale


Tickets are now on sale for the
"rebirth" of the Little Miss Frostproof
Pageant which will be held this
year on June 29 at the city hall
American Legion Post 95 Memorial
Auditorium.
Organizer RamonaWaibel reports
that a total of 23 contestants are
signed up and ready for the event,
which will take to the stage at 6 p.m.,
and that there are at least three
contestants in each age division.
"They are excited," she said about
the youngsters and teenagers. "I'm
sure happy I'm not a judge."


Tickets are $5 presale, and can
be purchased at the Frostproof
Chamber of Commerce office on
East Wall Street. Ticket sales can also
be arranged by contacting Weibel at
missfrostproof@gmail.com. Tickets
the night of the pageant will be $7.
She is also looking to be in contact
with anyone in the area who is a
previous Miss Frostproof title win-
ner. They should contact Waibel via
email as well.
"We're looking for as many as we
can find," she added.
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By ALIDA SCHAT
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Karen Patrick has been a bus driver
for the Polk County Schools for 30 years.
"When I first started 30 years ago, bus
driving was a good part-time job," said
Patrick, who learned of the position
when her children brought home a
letter from school seeking bus drivers.
Driving the school bus allowed Patrick
to be at home when her kids were home
from school. The job also provided solid
benefits.
"In the '80s it was difficult for a
woman to find a job," said Patrick.
They would ask you in the interview
if you had children and if you would
stay home with them if they got sick. I
would say 'yes,' and then they wouldn't
hire me," said Patrick.
Though the hours worked well
for Patrick, for most the hours are
a drawback. Driving a school bus is
classified as a part-time job, but the
hours are odd. Susan Detrick, a Polk
County bus driver of seven years starts
her workdays at 4:30 a.m. By 6 a.m.
she has begun her safety checks and at
6:17 a.m. she picks up her first group of
students.
"We're the first person that some
of those kids see in the morning.
Sometimes it breaks my heart, they
don't see an adult before me in the
morning," said Detrick, who finds that
this is most common with high school
students.
Detrick finishes her morning
drop-offs by 9 a.m. and leaves for her
afternoon pick-ups around 1 p.m. She
finishes her day around 5 p.m. Two
times per week she does evening pick-
ups from afterschool programs, which .
take up two hours. In addition she has
to perform safety checks in between
routes. Working a second part-time job
between these hours is difficult.
Polk County school bus drivers are
currently guaranteed 25 hours a week
and receive health insurance benefits,
said Rob Davis, senior director of
Support Services.


Due to a budget shortfall the school
board has proposed cutting health
insurance for those that work fewer
than 30 hours per week. This recom-
mendation arose because it satisfies the
Affordable Health Care Act qualification
that all employers qualify for health
insurance if they work a minimum of
30 hours per week. Any proposal has to
be finalized by the time the new budget
year starts on July 1.
"We have about 100 workers that
work 29 hours or below," said Davis.
One reason the district is forced
to make cuts now is because of the
mandate to increase teachers' salaries
by 1 percent.
"Looking back, we probably shouldn't
have voted to make that 1 percent
raise," said school board member, Hunt
Berryman.
The concern for the transportation
department is that if benefits get cut
it will be difficult to find employees
willing to work the odd hours with no
benefits. Detrick, who is also the vice
president of the bus drivers union went
to a meeting recently where a group
of about 600 bus drivers were asked
how many of them would stay if health
insurance was taken away.
"One person raised their hand," said
Detrick.
"There's not an area that's not going
to feel it," said school board member,
Debra Wright. "With them being the
lowest paid on the totem pole, they're
going to feel it the most," said Wright
of the across-the-board cuts that are
taking effect.
"We understand the need to cut
somewhere. If there's a budget shortfall,
there's a budget shortfall. But at the
same time, why do the cuts come at the
backs of the lowest paid people? To not
have health insurance is just unthink-
able," said Detrick, who needs her
health insurance to pay for a necessary
medication that stabilizes her health.
The second area that will likely be
cut is to reduce the amount of paid idle
time for bus drivers.
"That is the proposal that we


approved," said Berryman. Idle time
is the time in between routes that bus
drivers are given to perform vehicle
inspections. Currently the idle time
is about an hour and a half, said
Berryman. "We're probably overpaying
them in that area," added Berryman.
These proposals have been recom-
mended by the school board but have
not been finalized. A lot of the finaliza-
tion depends on the new superinten-
dent, Kathryn LeRoy, said Wright.
"That may not be her priority. Some
things that we thought were settled
have resurfaced," added Wright.
Additionally, the transportation union
must agree upon the proposals.
"They've listened to our concerns,"
said Davis of the school board. "They
know it's negotiable and that it has to
go through the union," added Davis.
Because the proposals are still in the
negotiation phase, the bus drivers are
voicing their concerns now.
"Most of the people who work this job
do it because they love the kids. As long
as I can eat I'm happy," said Detrick,
who set up a reading program on her
bus by pairing readers with non-readers.
"I had put pouches to go over the seats
with books in them," said Detrick.
I have people running my stop arm
two or three times a day, crazy drivers
texting or doing their make-up, said
Patrick. Meanwhile, with no attendant
on the bus, Patrick has up to 60 kids on
her bus often making noise and break-
ing the rules.
"I make that prayer every day, Please
God, let me get them all home safely
today," said Patrick.



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Mary Napier, a bus driver for Polk
Schools of 20 years agrees that the job is
often stressful.
"I'm making less money now than I
was six or seven years ago. We make too
much for food stamps and not enough
for a car," said Napier of her monthly
income of just barely $1,000.
Despite the stressful parts, all three
drivers agree that the children bring
them much happiness and joy.
"We see things the teachers don't see.
They talk to us," said Napier.
"The good parts are when you've been
screaming at them all day and then
they come and try to give you a hug.
We're not allowed to hug them though,
but you're like 'I did good today'," said
Patrick of the rewards of her job.
Though the cuts appear harsh,
Berryman believes there will still be
opportunities for the bus drivers to
get extra hours so that they qualify for
health insurance.
"Those that want to get the extra
hours, it's not easy, but there are op-
portunities," said Berryman.
Currently, extra hours are awarded
based on geographic location and
seniority.
"I'm going to lose hours," said Detrick
of the cuts she believes she will face.
"It's not that we're against them. We
value their service and that needs to be
said," added Berryman of the situation.
"It's my goal to get our house in order
now so we don't have to do this again,"
said Wright of the unfortunate cuts that
appear necessary at this time. "We have
to cut back now in order to save money
later."


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- New superintendent has 'hit the ground running'


In first seven days,


LeRoy has


already showed some impact


By STEVE STEINER
SSTEINER@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM

Hopes are high for Polk County
Public Schools under the tenure of
newly appointed Superintendent
Kathryn LeRoy. Already, LeRoy has
made her mark.
On June 7, LeRoy reversed an
earlier-made decision to transfer
Ron Pritchard to East Area Adult
School in Auburndale. She reinstat-
ed Pritchard as principal at Bartow
High School, where he will finish his
career. Pritchard, scheduled to retire
Dec. 31, spent 23 of his 38 years
with Polk County Public Schools
at BHS, with 10 years as assistant
principal and 13 years as principal;
in addition, Pritchard graduated
from BHS in 1970.
Countywide, and after only seven
days into the job, LeRoy also made
proposals on how to reduce the
school system's general fund budget
projected $12.7 million shortfall.
Included would be taking a reading
remediation program in-house, sav-
ing $2.5 million. Another proposal
would be restructuring how top
administrators get paid, using state
and federal monies instead of the
general fund. A third proposal, not
increasing workers' compensation
coverage would save an estimated
$2 million.
"She's only been here seven days
on the clock, but she's already
did a month's work," said school
board chairwoman Hazel Sellers
when she introduced LeRoy at a
reception held last week at the
Jim Miles Center. "To say she is
hitting the ground running is an
understatement."
LeRoy spoke briefly of some of
the accomplishments attributed to
her while she was with the Duval
County School System. It was not
her sole doing, she said. Those
achievements, which she said will
be replicated in Polk County, came
from the team atmosphere fostered
in Duval County. That, she said,
means she will not be bound to her
desk.
"You'll see me a lot," said LeRoy.
"I'm one of those who needs to 'be
in the weeds.'" She concluded by
stating the role of the District Office
is to be the support system for the
schools.
At the conclusion of her remarks,
LeRoy resumed greeting and wel-
coming well-wishers who stood
patiently in a reception line that
circled half the room.


Among those standing in line
was Lynn Boland, the principal at
Brigham Academy in Winter Haven.
She said she and many were already
aware of some of the accomplish-
ments brought about in the Duval
County school system. It was some-
thing she said many are looking for
here.
"We're excited about the possibili-
ties she'll bring to Polk County," said
Boland.
LeRoy's reputation has preceded
her, said planet Lemoureux, with
the Polk County Council PTA, and
who has been a past president.
Lemoureux said she had attended a
work session and had seen LeRoy at
one of the community events when
the latter was still a candidate, but
had not yet had the opportunity to
sit down with her.
"I expect to do that within the
next 30 to 60 days," said Lemoureux.
One aspect about the new superin-
tendent Lemoureux said engaged
her was gleaned from counterparts
with the Duval County PTA. "The
Duval PTA spoke highly of her
advocacy on behalf of the students
there."
From her perspective, Lemoureux
said one of the challenges LeRoy
will face in Polk County is getting
family and community involvement
greater than it currently is. It will
not be easy, especially on the part of
parents, and she pointed to herself,
a graduate from the 1990s.
"Schools have changed so much
and some parents don't realize it."
Nat West, known to many within
the public schools system for his
active involvement as a volunteer,
said the crux to LeRoy's success was
simple.
"I hope she gets the very best
principals in place," said West. "I
really think that's the secret."
Another factor, he said, was improv-
ing communication between adminis-
trators and those in the classroom.
This past school year he ac-
companied Stewart and Associate
Superintendent of Learning David
Lewis as they visited 42 schools. It
was eye-opening, said West. A com-
mon comment made on more than
one occasion, by teachers was that in
the past whenever the superinten-
dent (or someone from the District
Office) came to a school, that
person would pop his or her head in
the classroom, but rarely spoke.
"We've got to sit across the table
and find out what's bothering teach-
ers and what's doing well," he said.


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By CATHY PALMER
Correspondent
For more than ..,
six years, pizza-holics
have crowed into the "
corner of Broadway -
in Main Street in a ,- "
Bartow to grab the
hot-out-of-the-oven .
pies and pasta dishes
painstakingly cre-
ated by Pizza Palace
owner and head chef
Giordano Lamuto.
"We create each Palace Pizza owner Giordano Lamuto
shows off one of his pizzas.
dish with pride, from
our fresh side salads to our mouth-watering entrees,
and we use only the freshest ingredients available to
create that authentic Italian flavor'," he says. "We fol-
low traditional recipes using only fresh, high quality
ingredients and prepare each order to taste."
Palace Pizza opened its doors at 105 E. Main St.,
in October, 2007, with members of Lamuto's extend-
ed Schiano family at the helm, but he took it over two
years later and has put his added stamp of Italian au-
thenticity on the cafe.
"Fresh dough, quality tomatoes, and 100 percent
whole milk mozzarella cheese make our pizza the
best:' Lamuto says, adding that the dough, sauces,
pasta and even the mozzarella cheese are all prepared
on site.
"It has to be fresh to taste the best."
While the menu is filled with traditional pizza
offerings, the Palace menu also suggests Strombolis
(an oven-baked folded pizza), Calzones (also a baked
folded pizza shell filled with cheeses, meats and veg-
gies) submarine sandwiches and a variety of pasta
dishes.
Topping the pasta menu is the spaghetti or baked
ziti, stuffed shells, ravioli, manicotti, lasagna or egg-
plant or chicken parmigiana. The pasta dishes range
from $5.95 at lunchtime and $6:95 at dinner, to a high
of $9.95 for the dinner meals.


Photos by Al Palmer


Among the offerings on the specialty menu is
penne rustica which is a pasta sauteed in marinara
sauce with chicken, artichokes, mushrooms and
green peppers. It is priced at $6.95 for lunch and
$8.95 for dinner. There are also chicken and veal dish-
es prepared by several family recipes handed down by
generations, Lamuto says.
Every day, diners can get the new daily special
of pizza.and wings, which Lamuto says is "very, very
popular."
Pizza is available on a buffet table by the slice
with prices starting at $2 and a wide variety of pies is
always available, the owner adds. Another favorite,
he says, are the house-baked garlic knots, garlic and
olive oil basted rolls.
"Everybody
loves them"' La-
muto adds.
Also available
a variety of subs
and hoagies, along
with homemade
soup and salads.
Beer and wine are
also sold oh prem-
ises.
A trip to Pal-
ace Pizza for either
Giordano Lamuto writes the daily specials lunch or dinner
outside the Palace Pizza restaurant.
will surely prove
to each customer that their motto is well represented
in the county seat.
"Mangiare bene per vivere bene,' Lamuto says.
"eat well to live well.'
Palace Pizza is open Mondays through Saturdays
from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m., and is closed on Sundays.
Take out orders can be placed by calling 863-533-
9300, and will soon be available on the restaurant's
website www.palacepizzabartow.com.
Lamuto employs eight workers to help him serve
his delicious offerings.


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Bell finds time short as board chair, but she loves it

Former Fort Meade councilwoman reflects on more than two years at county hall


ByJEFF ROSLOW
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In her first 31 months as a county
commissioner, Chairwoman Melony
Bell told the Bartow Kiwanis Club
M y Friday it has
been a learning
experience and
a lot more work
than she antici-
pated it would
be.
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MelonpYBell 12 times.
Men Bl "It's more than
a 40-hour a week job, but I love
it," the first Fort Meade resident
on the Polk County Commission
in 48 years, said. "I get to help the
constituents and that's so neat."
Serving 14 years on the Fort
Meade City Commission may have
given her some insight and expe-
rience, but she didn't know ex-
actly how different serving a county
population would be. Though her
district covers this area, she is a
representative of all county voters.
That in itself is a change.
"If I had 12 more Melonies run-
ning around that would be good.
Everybody wants a bit of my time,"
she said. Her district includes
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makes her most satisfied is the


creation of jobs a county commis-
sioner can help make.
"We've been working with the
Central Florida Development
Council and I want to be someone
who will be able to help people
move to Polk County and start a
business," she said.
She said the county has in-
vested nearly $20 million in the new
Polytechnic university and as well
as bringing jobs into the area she
wants to make sure that money is
not wasted.
She also brought up arts in Polk
County. While there is some money
from the Tourist Development Tax
that goes into the arts money that
was previously going into sports and
sports development she pointed
out there is a line that has to be
drawn. But, she pointed out arts
already exists in a great amount and
it has to be marketed and catered
to bring heads and money into Polk
County. It also has to encourage the
arts to grow here, she said.
"We're so rich her in arts and we
have to change the stigma," she
said.
She said there are tough decisions
to make.
"The (Lakeland) Tigers contract
is ending in a year and they want a
new facility. Do we want to lose a
professional team? They bring in a
lot of dollars," she said. She added
other areas that want improve-
ments, meaning money, include the
Lakeland Center, the Myrtle Sports
Complex and The Chain of Lakes, to
name just three.


Bell has served on the county commission for more than two years now, after spending 14 years
on the Fort Meade city commission.


One area she learned about since
sitting on the county commission is
the Transportation Disadvantaged
program. She is part of that county
committee.
"I didn't know anything about this
and this is how some people have
their only rides to the doctor," she
said. "It has been a real eye opener."
It's been a quick-moving 31
months she's been serving, she said,
and when she started she hit the
ground running. And while this is
going on, she's approaching her first
attempt to be re-elected and she is
getting her act together to start a
campaign.


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Kiwanis president Craig Burke.

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Cat's life can be fulfilling when it has feline AIDS


Asyou might imagine, through the
years our household has been a forever
home to a wide assortment of cats and
dogs.
They have come in all shapes and
sizes, personalities and medical issues.
And, in their own way, they have all
been precious additions to my life,
however brief or prolonged their stay
might have been.
But among the many, a few do stand
out. One is Flash, a large, lovable, big
lump of an inappropriately named cat
that had been abandoned in a store
parking lot in a carrier. He came with a
note indicating he was 5 years old and
that his person could no longer care
for him. He became Flash because we
picked him up during a thunderstorm.
It was not for the speed at which he
moved, since he was the king of the
laid-back cats.
The first thing we did was have him
tested, and sure enough, it was positive
for feline AIDS. Feline AIDS (or feline
immunodeficiency virus, commonly
known as FIV) is not a death sentence.


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While Flash was blind as a bat which
could have been a consequence of his
AIDS, but may have been due to other
issues he was normal in virtually ev-
ery other way. He loved to snuggle next
to you on the couch, came running
when treats were offered, and while
we attempted to keep him separate, he
ultimately mingled with our menagerie
for years and years.
Despite decades of education, the
topic of AIDS, feline or otherwise, can
still strike fear in the hearts of many.
When researching information for
this column, I came across a column
from 2002 that was published in a


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had written to a veterinarian, an-
guished that her neighbor's cat had just
been diagnosed with feline AIDS.
"I have already told my kids that
they are not to get anywhere near my
neighbor's house," the reader noted.
"What should I do with my cat? He and
the neighbor's cat used to regularly
cavort with one another. Should I have
him put away?"
I'm not exactly sure what "have
him put away" meant, but I am sure
that this was an overreaction, even
though feline AIDS is indeed a serious
medical condition. First, while similar
to human AIDS, the feline version is
different, and it cannot be transmitted
from cats to humans. (Nor can hu-
man AIDS be transmitted to your cat.)
However, it can be transmitted from
cat to cat through infected fluids like
saliva or blood. The most common way
it is transferred is through aggressive
fighting or biting. It is very rare that it
would be transmitted, say, by sharing a
water bowl.
The test for feline AIDS is simple and
not expensive, and if you are bringing a
new cat into your home, especially one
that has an unknown history, I would
strongly recommend it. One way it is
similar to human AIDS is its lowering
of the body's defenses against infection
and disease, so while I always encour-
age people to keep their cats inside as
much as possible, it is almost manda-
tory in feline AIDS cats since that will
significantly reduce their exposure to
illnesses. If your cat spends much time
outside, vaccinations would be strongly
encouraged, because the highest inci-
dence is found in outdoor male cats,
usually young to mid adult in age.
There is no specific "treatment"
for a feline AIDS infected cat, other


The test for feline AIDS is simple and not
expensive, and if you are bringing a new cat
into your home, especially one that has an
unknown history, I would strongly recommend
it.
than simply controlling their illness
symptoms when they occur. Cats
that already are infected can go years
without exhibiting any real signs of the
virus, like Flash. There are some signs,
like bad gums and oral inflammation,
swollen lymph nodes, diarrhea, skin
infections and even anemia, that the
AIDS virus is present. But, those could
also be caused by any number of other
non-AIDS related issues, so that's why a
simple test is so important.
Fortunately, Flash was a lover, not
a fighter. He'll forever have a special
place in our hearts. He wasn't ready
to be "put away," despite what his
previous owner or others might have
thought. Don't be afraid of the test,
or the results. His life was happy and
fulfilling, for all of us.


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Dog beach outing: Tips and dos and don't


By KIM SALERNO
TRIPSWITHPETs.COM

With the weather heating up, it's time
to start checking out some dog friendly
beaches with your four-legged friend.
For most dogs, getting to run around
in the sand, dip into the waves, and
fetch balls out of the water is the best
day ever. Here are some tips to ensure
that you and your dog have a fun and
safe beach experience.

First things first
Check with the beach before you
pack up the dog, because not all
beaches allow them. Depending on the
time of year, some beaches allow dogs
during the off-season, but summer is
a different story. Call ahead or visit the
beach's website for information. It's
also important if you can bring your
dog, to find out whether or not they
need to be on leash or if they can roam
free. Bring a long leash no matterwhat,
but know ahead of time if there will be
an area where a leash isn't necessary.
If they don't need to have a leash, only
let them be without it if you know for
an absolute fact that they will respond
to your voice commands. Other dogs,
people, certain scents, birds, etc, may
catch their attention and cause them to
tune you out, which could be a recipe
for disaster (no one wants a dog fight).
Some people on the beach (as well as
easily frightened children) will be less
dog-friendly than others, so be mindful
of who your dog might be approaching
to avoid any sort of snafu.
Never, leave your dog unattended.
Even the most well-trained dog can get
distracted; pay extra special attention
to your surroundings and any potential
situations that may cause your dog to
wander or run off. Follow all rules set
by the beach. You don't want to be the
reason that dogs aren't allowed at that
particular beach anymore.

Pro swimmer or doggie swim vest?
If you want to take your dog to the
beach, you probably have a good idea
that your furry friend loves to swim.
If this is the first time your dog will be
swimming, you may want to read up on
his breed just to be sure. For example,
sharpei's tend to be afraid of water.
Obviously there are exceptions to
the rule, but finding out if swimming


is characteristic of the breed will be a
good indicator of how enthusiastic (or
timid) they might be. When you bring
the pup to the water, if he isn't diving
right in, take it slow. Don't force your
dog to go in. He may feel more com-
fortable if you
head in first and
call him.
If you're ner-
vous or unsure, a
purchasing a dog \
life vest to bring
with you would
be a safe bet.

Be wary of '
temperature i


extremes
Depending on
where you are in
the country, sum-
mer at the beach
can bring about


bring his body temperature back up. If
your dog has still not stopped shivering
and has continued lethargy, bring him
to the nearest vet.
A few ways to prevent heat stroke is
to bring lots of fresh, cool water that


Check with the beach before you pack up the dog,
because not all beaches allow them. Depending on
the time of year, some beaches allow dogs during
the off-season, but summer is a different story.


two extremes:
heat from the sun and a cold, cold
ocean.
Pay attention to how your dog is
acting and responding while he's with
you throughout the day, because there
could be the potential of either heat
stroke or hypothermia (if he's been
swimming his little heart out).
Some signs of heat stroke in a dog
include Rapid panting, bright red
tongue, thick, sticky saliva, weakness,
vomiting, diarrhea
If you think that your dog has heat
stroke while you're at the beach, take
the following actions immediately:
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. Take him to the
nearest vet.
Some signs of hypothermia in a dog
include: Lethargy, weakness, shivering,
muscle stiffness, difficulty breathing,
fixed and dilated pupils
If you think that your dog has
hypothermia while you're at the beach,
take the following actions immediately:
Wrap your dog in towels and blankets
that have been warmed by the sun.
Bring extra fresh water in bottles and
leave them out in the sun as this warm
water can be applied to your dog to-


they can drink. A
spray bottle with
cool water that
you can spray
him down with
will also help
in temperature
regulation. A
bonus of having
fresh water with
you is that you
can also clean
the sand and salt
water from his
paws, which can
cause irritation
and dry out those
sensitive pads.
Also, because you


can't guarantee that you will have ac-
cess to a shady area, bring an umbrella
that he can hang out under.
To make sure that hypothermia
doesn't strike, bring lots of towels that
you can snuggle him in and remove the
excess cold salt water. Not only can this'
warm him up quicker, it also helps in
removing the sand and salt water from
his fur so he won't be in danger of shak-
ing off on someone else.

The dos and don't
There are hundreds of beaches in the
US and Canada that allow dogs, but
compared to the number of beaches
there are, this is a small percentage.
Many beaches allowed dogs at one
time, but due to careless owners, had to
put a stop to canine patrons.
Follow these rules (in addition to the


beach's rules), and you'll make sure
that you can bring Fido back as many
times as he likes.

Dog beach don't
Don't let your dogs go into areas on
the beach where they're not allowed.
Dunes and grassy areas need to be
protected from any sort of environ-
mental damage that a dog might cause.
Don't let your dog out of your site.
Not even once.
Paying attention and being proactive
will go a long way in protecting you
and your dog. The last thing you want
is to be sued for a dog fight or by some-
one that had a run-in with your dog.
Don't forget to take the leash, beach
towels, umbrella, fresh water, and dog-
gie sunscreen (yes, you can actually get
sunscreen specifically made for dogs).
Don't leave a mess behind. Don't
count on the beach supplying waste
bags, so bring your own and be diligent
about cleaning up. No one wants to
find a surprise just laying on the beach
or buried in the sand.

Dog beach dos
Do make sure your dog's vaccinations
are current and that he's wearing the
proper ID. Keep your vet's number on
hand just in case something happens.
Do check the ocean for jellyfish
and stingrays. A sting to your dog
will be sure to ruin both his and your
experience.
Do set a time limit for your beach
trip. A couple hours might be just the
right amount of time at the beach,
depending on your dog's activity level.
At the first sign of your dog tiring, pack
it up and getback on the road.
Do bring toys and balls to throw and
find sticks to fetch. This is exactly why
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o Adam Anderson, Davenport:
server at an
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Kirk Smith:
Davenport:
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with Disney World
The sting took place in an un-
disclosed location in Polk County,
beginning
on Saturday,
June 8, through
Saturday, June
BS 15, with Polk
County Sheriff's
Office detectives,
along with detec-
tives and inves-
tigators from
11 other local,
Jeremy Puetz state and federal
agencies, conducting a week-long
undercover investigation targeting
online child predators .
"Despite the fact our detec-
tives have conducted nine of these


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Kirk Smith are those who
continue to travel to Polk County
to have sex with a child," said Polk
County Sheriff Grady Judd. "Make
no mistake, we
will continue to
make protect-
ing our children
our number one
priority. We will
continue to con-
duct these inves-
tigations, and we
will continue to
arrest those who
David Ullman would travel to
Polk County to harm children."
Those arrested had responded to
ads and chatted with detectives and
investigators on
several social
y a y media sites who
posed as under-
age males and
females. This
was the larg-
est undercover
operation of its
kind, and those
arrested face
JamesiJ. Walker III a total of 180
charges, ranging from sexual of-
fenses, drug possession/possession
of drug paraphernalia, and resisting
arrest without violence, among oth-
ers. Including the charges they face
in this investigation, suspects have
a combined arrest history of 99 felo-
nies and 65 misdemeanors. The
suspects will be prosecuted by the
State Attorney's Office of the Tenth
Judicial Circuit.
"By partnering with other agen-
cies we can extend our resources.
Detectives, investigators and officers
have worked around the clock to
ensure these suspects are taken off
the streets," said Judd. "Without
our undercover detectives, and the
dedicated men and women from
partnering agencies, child predators
would have the opportunity to sexu-
ally attack your child. We will continue
our investigation, working closely with
the State Attorney's Office, to ensure
those who would prey on our children
are held accountable for their crimes."


Hazel Poole, 85. was at home playing with her puppy around 8.30 p m when there was a knock at the
front door. Lrtle did she know that she would open the door to two masked men wielding knives Poole
wasted no time and dashed to her bedroom wheie she kept her .38-cal handgun. Poole, who wa. mar-
ried to an avid trapshooter and whose son works at NRA Headquarters is no stranger to firearms. With
confidence she pointed the gun at the men and ordered them to leave her home or she would shoot
Both men fled without hesitation. (The Star Press. Muncie, IN, 12/14,'12)
Jeremy Reed 30, and Anna Soto 24, were asleep ir the same room as their one-week-old baby guil
when they woke to a loud banging sound They later learned that the sound was their front door being
broken into by two convicted felons. Reed recalls seeing one of the men standing at the foot of their
bed. Soto grabbed the infant and hid in the bedroom closet as Reed confronted the intruders with a
.22-cal. rifle The men took off in Reeds car. But by then. flashing blue lights could be seen in the dis-
tance. Both men were arrested just 20 minutes later and charged with multiple felony counts, including
home invasion robbery (Tampa BayTimes, St. Petersburg. FL 12i10/12)
A man in his early 40s entered a nail salon at about 5-30 p.m and began asking a female employee
about purchasing diamonds When the confused woman told the man she had no money to buy cdia-
monds, he reached into his coat pocket and pulled out a pistol. When a customer getting her nails done
saw what was happening, she reached into her purse and pulled out her own firearm. Upon seeing
the woman's gun. the man quickly fled the salon. It was last reported that the suspect is still at large
tCasper Star Tribune, Casper, WY, 12 1 11/12)
Two men targeted the home of Jerry Stremovihtg, 62. and Kenneth Conley, 53. one evening Conley
was having a meal on the front poich when the two suspects approached him. They beat him and
repeatedly used a laser to subdue him After gaining entry to the home, the suspects entered Stremovi-
htg's bedroom. Stremovihtg met the intruders with a 38-cal. revolver. He fired several rounds causing
them to flee the home One suspect a 35 year-old male. died in the front yard from a gunshot wound
It was last reported that the second suspect is still at large. Conley and Stremovihtg were taken to a
nearby medical center and were treated for non life-threatening injuries I The Daytona Beach News-
Journal, Holly Hill. FL, I 1/18/121
Dispatchers received a call one afternoon from a man claiming to be the victim of a road rage incident
The man called 911 from the highway and said the van he had just passed was ramming his SUV from
behind The dispatcher instructed the driver to pull over and wait for officers. When the man pulled
ovei, the van pulled over as well. The man and woman occupying the van approached his vehicle and
began hitting him and stabbing him with car keys. The driver of the SUV, a concealed carry permit
holder, retrieved his gun and pointed it at his assailants until police arrived. They were later booked on
possible charges of battery and disorderly conduct. (Antigo Journal, Wausau, Wl, 12/6/12)
Gary Cherry was driving at approximately 8:30 a.m. when he noticed two vehicles on the side of the
road. Cherry pulled over to help when he saw there was a man holding a woman to the ground face
down and stabbing her repeatedly. Cherry, a concealed carry license holder, quickly retrieved his fire-
arm and ordered the man to get on the ground as he dialed 911. Crystal Ward was traveling the same
route when she spotted Cherry holding the perpetrator at gunpoint at the side of the entrance ramp.
Ward stopped to assist and discovered a crying baby boy in one of the vehicles. The suspect was later
taken into custody and the victim was flown to a nearby hospital with multiple stab wounds. It was
last reported that she was in stable condition. The baby was unharmed. (Montgomery County Police
Reporter, Plum Grove, TX, 12/24/12)
When a 79-year-old man heard arguing outside his home, he went outside to investigate. In the front
yard, the man discovered his 17-year-old granddaughter being beaten by a 19-year-old male.When the
grandfather confronted the suspect, he was threatened with a "stun gun." The suspect approached the
elderly man. The grandfather warned him to stop, but the suspect continued toward him. The grand-
father pulled out a handgun and fired once. The suspect's wound proved fatal. (Courier & Press, Evans-
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Could Polk get Amazon warehouse, jobs?


ByCARYFINEOUT
ASSOCIATED PRESS

TALLAHASSSEE, Fla. Floridians will
have to start paying sales taxes sometime
next year on anything they purchase
through Internet retailer Amazon.com.
But folks in Polk County might not mind
the tradeoff if 1,000 or more jobs locate here
because of the deal reached between the
state and internet retailer last week.
Gov. Rick Scott, who just a few weeks ago
had rejected a deal with the Seattle-based
company, announced last Thursday that
the company has now pledged to come to
the state. The move will mean thousands of
jobs and more than $300 million spent on
new warehouses between now and 2016.
"Amazon's commitment to create more
than 3,000 new jobs in Florida is further
proof that we've turned our economy
around," said Scott in a statement.
One of the sites under consideration is
the soon to be opened CSX intermodal rail
terminal on State Route 60 between Bartow
and Lake Wales. There are other county
sites also being looked at, according to pub-
lished reports, including in the Lakeland
area, and in Hillsborough County.
Amazon is expected to construct two sets
of two warehouses in Florida over the next
24 months, but the first pair of warehouses
will likely be finished sometime next
year. Thursday's announcement did not
include any details on a likely site for the
warehouses.
The governor, who has made job creation
a top priority, said that Amazon would work
with the state's economic development
agency as it "chooses locations" for its ware-
houses. He left open the possibility that
Amazon could wind up getting incentives
from the state before it begins construction.
Amazon's decision to come to Florida
isn't unexpected given the retailer's desire
to put in a system to guarantee quicker
delivery of products ordered online. The
company has reached similar agreements
regarding warehouses and payment of sales
taxes in several other states.



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Polk is considered a prime location
because of it is located within 100 miles
of almost nine million potential Amazon
customers, giving it proximity to more
would-be buyers within that radius of just
about any place in the entire southeast U.S.
But Amazon's decision to finally bring
warehouses to the state also means that the
retailer will be required to start charging
its Florida-based customers the state's 6
percent sales tax.
There was no firm timeline on when
that would be in Scott's announcement.
Scoffs office said that Amazon would begin
collecting state sales taxes from residents at
the time it is required under state law.
Currently, Floridians are supposed to pay
taxes for online purchases, but there's no
way to enforce the law. The state can't force
companies like Amazon to collect the tax
unless it has a physical presence such as a
warehouse or store.
The governor had previously said no
to a deal to bringAmazon to the state. He
had expressed concerns that signing off on
such a deal would result in tax increases for
Floridians.
"Based on the opportunity I had at the
time, it didn't make sense," Scott said just
last month during a stop at a Tampa manu-
facturing plant. "I haven't seen something I
think is good for Florida taxpayers."
There was no clear indication what
prompted Scott to change his mind. But the
governor has been lobbied on the deal by
high-profile lobbyists such as Brian Ballard.
Ballard is a well-known fundraiser for
Republicans in the state.
The state's legislative leaders who
have been pushed the last several years
by the state's business groups to pass bills
to force online merchants to collect sales
taxes praised Scott for reaching a deal
withAmazon.
"Bringing Amazon to Florida will provide
a tremendous boost to our economy," said
House Speaker Will Weatherford, R-Wesley
Chapel, in a statement.
"We happen to have this piece of land
here that is ideal for intermodal, if that


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Work continues on the CSX access road to State Road 60 near Alturas.


plays for Amazon, I think that would be
ideal for them," Winter Haven Economic
Development Council President Ingram
Leedy said. "But I think if a dart hit in
Central Florida, its ripple across all our
communities would be great for all of us."
When the project was announced several
years ago, local officials predicted that
thousands and thousands of jobs could be
created with wearhousing operations near
the CSX site. The logistics center itself is
expected to employ about 100 people.
Traffic studies done at that time estimat-
ed that as many as 1,000 trumck trips a day
could be added to the traffic count on State
Road 60, which is currently undergoing
reconstruction between the CSX entrance
and Lake Wales.
Where Amazon builds depends upon
economic incentives, but also the e-
commerce giant's supply-chain needs. That
could mean locating in close proximity to
major highways, rail lines and ports.
Ty Rogers, a spokesman for Amazon,
responded in an email Friday that the
company had no comment regarding
potential locations or details beyond the
Thursday release from the governor's office.
That release outlined plans to create more
than 3,000 jobs and spend more than $300
million in investments in Florida.
Leedy said Amazons new same-day de-
livery strategy is driving the need to strategi-
cally locate its regional hubs, which should
be encouraging for both the Jacksonville
region and the 1-4 corridor.
The Winter Haven plans were halted
when the state rebuffed efforts by Seattle-
based Amazon to delay collection of state
sales taxes. The release from Scott's office
on Thursday said Amazon would begin
collecting Florida sales tax "at such time as
it is required under current Florida law."
The Orlando Sentinel reported that the
company intends to build a pair of one-
million-square-foot "fulfillment centers"
that would include half the envisioned
3,000jobs.
One of the centers could be located along
Interstate 75 in Ruskin, on the east side of
Tampa Bay.
The Hillsborough County Commission


will be asked to approve a package for
Amazon this week that would include
$225,000 tied to the state Qualified Target
SIndustries Tax Refund Program. Also, the
commission would agree to hold a public
hearing in July on providing $6.4 million in
property-tax exemptions over seven years.
Amazon would be required to create
375 new, higher-wage jobs in return for the
$225,000 from Hillsborotigh's Countywide
and Unincorporated Area Economic
Development Activity Funds, while the
property tax exemptions would require the
company to make a $200 million capital
investment and create at least 75 well-
paying jobs.
In January 2012, officials in the gover-
nor's office said in published reports that
they were "aware" of a desire by Amazon
to put warehouses in the state, creating
as many as 3,000 jobs, in exchange for a
two-year exemption from collecting state
sales taxes.
Nancy Blum-Heintz, a spokeswoman
for Enterprise Florida, said in an email that
additional information regarding the deal
remains confidential.
"We look forward to providing additional
details as they become public," Blum-
Heintz wrote.
The deal with Amazon comes at a time
Congress has been debating whether to
allow states to collect sales taxes on Internet
purchases their residents make with out-
of-state companies. The measure passed
the U.S. Senate but it has encountered
resistance in the U.S. House.
When Amazon representatives made
their first pitch to Scott and legislative lead-
ers back in early 2012 the proposal drew
sharp opposition from retailers because it
called for exempting the retailer from sales
taxes for two years.
Some groups such as the Florida Retail
Federation, however, dropped their op-
position to the last proposal that had been
floated a few months ago. A spokesman for
the organization said the group could not
comment on the final deal because they
were unaware of the details.
(News Service Florida and local Sun Coast
media staff contributed to this report.)


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How to incorporate more veggies in your diet


ByJUDYE.BUSS
HEALTH COLUMNIST

The benefits of eating more vegetables
cannot be overstated. When prepared in
a manner which preserves their countless
beneficial nutrients, they help support
good health and prevent disease. Veggies
which come in coffins (canned) or in
frozen dinners are overcooked, overpro-
cessed, and devoid of most of their nu-
trients. In addition, processed vegetables
often contain preservatives, syrup and
other unhealthy additives. This does not
include uncooked-frozen vegetables which
can be a good option.
Cooking veggies immersed in water
renders them almost useless as well, since,


while cooking, some of their nutrients
leach into the water and are lost when the
liquid is drained. Soups and stews are the
exception because the nutrient-rich fluids
are also consumed.
The following are tips for incorporating
more vegetables into your diet: Eat a raw
salad daily. For numerous delicious combi-
nation possibilities you can add to a basic
tossed salad of lettuce, cuke, and tomato,
one or more of the following: spinach,
red, sweet, or green onion, a grated carrot,
olives, bell pepper, bean sprouts, alfalfa
sprouts, fresh herbs, roasted seeds, etc.
Take a salad to work adding a chopped
hard-cooked egg or pieces of chicken.
Make a coleslaw with an olive oil, lemon
juice, salt, pepper and an herb dressing


(instead of a mayo-smothered one); or a
salad of chopped tomato, cucumber, and
green onion, in an olive oil, wine vinegar,
and dill weed dressing. These and other
fresh-veg salads can be made in minutes.
One of the best ways to cook vegetables
and preserve their goodness is to briefly
steam them until tender-crisp. In 10-15
minutes you can steam any vegetable,
such as broccoli florets; carrots cut into
three sections; whole garlic cloves; green
beans; zucchini, etc. Potatoes and sweet
potatoes, cut into bite-sized pieces cook
in 15-20 minutes. They should be tender
when done. You can eat steamed veggies
as is, or use them in a vegetable recipe.
If disease is not on your to-do list then
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taking a salad to work could be the key. What you
could do is chop up an egg or put in pieces of chicken.
lifestyle tomorrow.
Presented as part of the Building a
Healthier Polk Initiative.


Emergency department highlighted in National Journal


In May, Lakeland Regional Medical
Center's Emergency and Central Transport
Departments were featured in Becker's
Hospital Review. The article titled "4 Ways
to Improve Patient Throughput in the ED,"
focused on the efforts made to increase
efficiency in patient care. This became
an organization-wide strategic goal, and
significant improvements in processes
were achieved based on this focus.
With 170,000 emergency visits in 2012,
LRMC is the busiest single-site emergency
department in the state. As patient volume
grew, the hospital recognized the need for
a solution to handle the increase in patient
visits while ensuring each patient received
prompt attention and excellent care.
In 2010, Lakeland Regional launched a
two-year project to redesign the emergen-
cy department to better serve the needs
of patients and create a more effective
collaborative approach to patient care. The
project charter was to re-engineer the flow
of patients through the emergency depart-
ment to reduce wait times for patients and
families, provide faster diagnostic testing,
streamline and automate processes and
achieve better and safer care for patients.
LRMC transformed its emergency
department into a state-of-the-art, data-
driven system aimed at high quality and
patient value. Now, on average, emergency
department patients are seen by a physi-
cian in less than 20 minutes. Because of
Lakeland Regional's house-wide collabora-
tion, the efficient flow continues through-
out the organization. For example, patients
get a bed in the hospital after the doctor
admits them as inpatients 56 percent
faster than the national average. In fact, 80
percent are discharged or admitted to an


inpatient bed within three hours.

LWMC offers out patient
nutrition counseling
Lake Wales Medical Center opened
its Nutrition Counseling Center, provid-
ing comprehensive medical nutrition
therapy for people on an outpatient basis
through individual training sessions that
are personalized to address each patient's
specific needs,
"Our goal is to provide people with the
information they need to understand their
individual nutritional needs and give them
practical suggestions to help them achieve
and maintain their nutritional goals,"
said Jamie Moore, who runs the Nutrition
Counseling Center.
Patients must be referred to the Nutrition
Counseling Center by their physician.
Referrals can be based on follow-up medi-
cal nutrition therapy after being discharged
from the hospital or for assistance with a
long-term medical condition.
For diabetics, Medicare Part B covers
initial individual nutrition counseling
in the first year following diagnosis, and
follow-up individual nutrition counseling
annually thereafter. Most other insurance
carriers do not currently cover the service.
The charge for patients whose insurance
does not cover the service is $40 and must
be pre-paid.

Good Shepherd Hospice
scores in family
satisfaction survey
Good Shepherd Hospice care received
high marks in a 2012 family satisfaction


survey conducted by Deyta, a satisfaction
and quality measurement company.
"This is very exciting news for Good
Shepherd Hospice," said Don Evans,
Good Shepherd Hospice executive direc-'
tor. "These exceptional family satisfac-
tion survey scores help demonstrate
that seriously ill patients and their loved
ones value the care provided by Good
Shepherd Hospice healthcare profession-
als and volunteers."
Deyta used the Family Evaluation of
Hospice Care survey results from more
than 1,200 partnering hospice agencies
contained in its national FEHC database,
with an evaluation period of January
through December 2012. Deyta used the
five key drivers of caregiver satisfaction,
which included:
Overall care patient received while
under care of hospice
Family was kept informed of patient's
condition
Would you recommend this hospice
to others
Hospice team response to needs in
the evenings and weekends
Patient's personal needs were taken
care of
According to Evans, Good Shepherd
Hospice scored higher than the national
average in all five key drivers.
"We know that Good Shepherd
Hospice delivers exceptional care in
Polk County," he added. "This survey
compared our end-of-life care services
against hospices across the nation, and
we came out on top."
Good Shepherd Hospice has been a
part of the Polk County community since
1979.


"Families continually tell us that they
are pleased with the support they and
their loved ones receive from Good
Shepherd Hospice, she said. "This posi-
tive survey is a direct result of the com-
passionate care our staff and volunteers
deliver, each and every day," said Becky
Mclntyre, Good Shepherd Hospice chief
clinical officer.

Watson Clinic plastic surgeon
inducted into ASOPRS
Dr. Srinivas S. Iyengar was inducted
into the American Society of Ophthalmic
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Iyengar's association with this organi-
zation is a testament to his impressive
level of training and depth of knowledge
in the field of ophthalmic plastic and
reconstructive surgery, Watson Clinic, his
employer, claims. It happened on June 8,
in Providence, Rhode Island.
ASOPRS was founded in 1969 to estab-
lish a qualified body of expert surgeons
who have training and experience in the
fields of aesthetic, plastic and recon-
structive surgery specializing in the face,
orbit, eyelids, and lacrimal system.
Iyengar performs highly-specialized
ophthalmology services, including a
variety of surgical procedures for eyelids
(droopy eyelids, baggy eyelids, etc.), tear
drainage system and eye socket. He's one
of only a few specialists in the region to
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too many of us do is wait
until we can save up or
pull out tens or hundreds
of thousands of dollars
to make a major move:
build on an addition, gut
and remodel the kitchen,


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turn the basement into
a media room extraordi-
naire. And many times,
that means we never do
the project, or we only
do it when it's time to sell
and move.
The fact is, there are
numerous remodeling
projects that can crank
up your enjoyment factor
at home, for the much
more accessible sum
of $10,000. Here is the
beginning of a list, found
on the Trulia website by
Tara Nicholle-Nelson, of
the top 10 things you can
do for $10OK, if you're in
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for the home improve-
ment buck. There's just
something about loving
the way your home looks
when you drive up to it
day after day, or when
you have people over,
that dramatically in-
creases your enjoyment
of home.
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projects you'd like to
do and whether you're
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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
16 LELIA ST, FROSTPROOF
-This home goes from Leila
St. to Swingle St, Spacious 2
bedroom/2 bath, concrete
block home, large lot, double
garage, great room, com-
pletely furnished, metal roof,
detached workshop. Very
Motivated! $89,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
(863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com

6 N. LAKE MOODY RD,
FROSTPROOF Lakefront
home on 5+Acres, with 3 bed-
room/2 bath, split bedroom
plan, lots of storage, open
kitchen, dining and living area,
approx 23x12 screened in
porch over looking lake,
dock. Home is located approx
1 1/2 hours to each coast,
Tampa or Orlando. Great
place to *. .ll home or week-
end retreat. Motivated S'll-i
$164,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
(863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
551 COUNTY RD 630A,
FROSTPROOF 3 bedroom,
1 bath concrete bock home,
central air 'and heat, metal
roof, approx 1.5 acres out-
side of city limits. Close to
Hwy 27 and Little Crooked
Lake Public boat landing. Ask-
ing only $69,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
(863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
932 HARRELL AVE,
FROSTPROOF SHORT
SALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath, on
large lot in city limits, spa-
cious rooms.Asking price is
not be sufficient to pay all
encumbrance, will need 3rd
party approval. Home needs
TLC.$49,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
(863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
260 WALTER AVE, FROST-
PROOF Big SunRay 2 bed-
room, 1 1/2 bath concrete
block home, move in condi-
tion, bonus room, Florida
room,single carport,utility
building...Great place to call
home. Asking $64,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
(863) 635-4246


of the work yourself,
you can crank up your
curb appeal for just a
few hundred dollars or a
few thousand. Here are a
few vision-starting curb
appeal-boosting projects
to consider:
Exterior paint or power
wash
Paint or install a new
garage door
Paint or install a new
front door


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
www.frostproofrealty.com

275 OVERROCKER CIR,
FROSTPROOF Very spa-
cious 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath
home, Inground swimming
pool, fireplace in family room,
Formal living and dining room,
huge bonus room, double car-
port, home is on large corner
lot inside city limits. Asking
$239,000.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
(863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
113 REEDY CREEK DR,
FROSTPROOF 3 bedroom,
2 bath custom built home on
approx. 6 acres, home is sur-
rounded by lush greenery and
fenced in yard, Lake Reedy
access and Reedy creek
flowing behind home, a real
nature paradise, single story
home with cathedral ceilings,
back yard boasts an above-
ground pool for outdoor
"entertaining and relaxation!
Wooden decking and
screened enclosure around
pool, utility i,,n.lirii plus a
extra detached carport with
workshop.... Must see to
appreciate all the extras. Ask-
ing $164,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
(863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
361 N LAKE REEDY BLVD,
FROSTPROOF 3 bedroom,
2 bath concrete block home
on large corner lot, updated
kitchen with granite counter
tops, wood cabinets, ceramic
tile floors, large living room
and master bedroom, fenced
in back yard. Owner motivat-
ed Asking $79,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
(863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
110 N LAKE REEDY BLVD,
FROSTPROOF 2 bedroom,
2 1/2 bath concrete block
home on Beautiful Lake
Reedy, in city limits, remod-
eled kitchen with ceramic tile
floor with-a mosaic design,
main bathroom has been
remodeled, living room, family
room and formal dining room,
large porch overlooking lake,
double carport, Dock with
boatslip. Asking $219,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
(863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
413 HWY 630, FROST-
PROOF This cozy lakefront
cottage has lots of charm and
is located on Beautiful Lake
Clinch. It has 2 bedroom, 1
bath on a large lot, spacious
family room, ceramic tile and
wood floors throughout the
home, single carport. Must
see! $169,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
(863) 635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com


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New exterior hardware
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house numbers, etc.)


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lighting
Front yard landscaping
spruce-up or makeover

If you're considering


g 176 HWY 630 E
FROSTPROOF


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


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
BEAUTIFUL! 3+ Acre corner
wooded lot with 3BR/2BA
home in GREAT condition,
added Florida rm/vinyl win-
dows, 2 car carport 2 sheds
(1 with electric). May have 2
HORSES, Rural Location!
,: 1 1:1 ]-,-, $76,300!
Call Estelle @ 863-632-
2062 Estelle Sullivan
Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
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GREAT FOR A VACATION
HOME OR A WINTER
RETREAT! Fully Furnished, 1
bedroom 1 bath home on Sil-
ver Lake (a private, crystal-
clear lake) with a huge work-
shop that has a guest area that
has 1BR/1BA ASKING
$86,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-
2062 Estelle Sullivan
Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
GREAT FOR FAMILIES! 4
bedrooms, 2 full baths, one
half bath, corner lot with
detached workshop and
fenced back yard. City water
but also a well for irrigation.
Lake Reedy is across the
street where the owner has a
dock! ASKING $99,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-
2062 Estelle Sullivan
Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
JUST LISTED! Corner loca-
tion, fenced back yard,
detached workshop/electrici-
ty, utility shed, 2BR/1IBA home
with r,. -,ii" pine wood flooring
& real wood pine paneling on
walls! C/A/H, attached garage
& screen porch "OWNER
SAYS BRING US AN OFFER!"
ASKING $57,900
Call Estelle @ 863-632-
2062 Estelle Sullivan
Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
JUST LISTED! South Shore
Resort Lake Wales 1BR/1BA
Partly Furnished 2005 Park
Model right on the shore of
Saddlebag Lake, nice screen
room, like new! Amenities
include: Nice
Clubhouse/pool/shuffleboard
courts, laundry facilities, boat
launch, storage for RVs/Boats
etc. ASKING $45,900 Call
Call Estelle @ 863-632-
2062 Estelle Sullivan
Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
Two-three bedroom 2 bath
home with large
workshop/electricity, fenced
back yard, screen porch PLUS
2 M.H. that stay rented!
ASKING $90,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-
2062 Estelle Sullivan
Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
LIKE NEW 2BR/2BA Lake
Reedy Home! Tile flooring
throughout, nice kitchen, great
room with vaulted ceiling, split
bedroom plan, master suite
has 2 sinks, garage and
MORE!
WELCOME TO THE LAKE! ASK-
ING $215,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-
2062 Estelle Sullivan Real-
ty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
"TO DIE FOR" AMAZING!
3BR/2BA home in Babson
Park with fabulous location!
Spacious 26x14 enclosed sun
room/1i- r nail windows,
attached 2 car garage,
detached 18x20 garage/work-
shop/electricity with garage
door & man door. Parking for
RV with elect/water/sewer.
Deep Well for irrigation of 4+
ACRES! NOW $371,750
Call Estelle @ 863-632-
2062 Estelle Sullivan
Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
WINTER HAVEN 4Bd 1 Ba
1142 Carefree Cove Dr. Single
family 1432 Sq ft Fixer Upper
Lease Option or Cash Discount
$750. down $637. Mo.
877-519-0180
RESIDENTIAL
CONTEMPORARY HOME 3
bedroom 2 i,.ili rii cathedral
ceilings, dual sinks in master
bath, ample kitchen cabinet
space, pantry closet, cathe-
dral ceilings, tiled floors
throughout, fenced back yard,
and 2 car garage, just listed at
$94,900 ID #460 PRIME
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making a modest invest-
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to own for a while, you're
increasingly in the norm.
Studies show that over
50% of homeowners are
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home improvement
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Ji 245 S. Scenic Hwy., Frostproof, FL 33843
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www.Keystone-RealEstate.NET


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE

NEWER BUILT HOME 4 bed-
room 2 bath newer block
home with vaulted ceilings,
eat-in kitchen, garden tub,
laundry room, open patio, and
2 car garage, listed at
$139,900 ID #5434 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
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INVESTOR SPECIAL This 2
bedroom 1 bath Townhouse
comes with ample kitchen cab-
inet space, a screened porch,
storage shed, and 1 vehicle
carport, listed at $24,900 ID
#1415 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
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3 BEDROOM 1 BATH BUN-
GALOW HOME Has formal liv-
ing room and a split bedroom
floor plan. Family room could
easily be used as an additional
bedroom, original hardwood
flooring throughout most of
the home. Cozy screened in
back porch. Shingles, a/c and
ducts were replaced, listed for
$42,000 ID #604 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
CONTEMPORARY 3 OR 4
BED This 3 bedroom 2 .,ti,
home has a breakfast bar,
stainless appliances, den
could be 4th bed, formal living
& dining room, great room with
fireplace, garden tub, and
much more! Listed at
$129,900 ID #920 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
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MOVE IN READY SPACIOUS
HOME 3 Bedroom 2 bath
home with all appliances,
refrigerator new, breakfast
bar, washer & dryer included.
Great Room -concept,
screened porch with tiled floor
& ceiling fan. 2 Car Garage
includes 2nd refrigerator.
Large Master bedroom with
walk-in closet in bath, and dual
sinks. Listed at $85,000 ID
#359 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
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TRI-LEVEL LAKEFRONT
HOME 7 Bedroom 4.5 bath
home with a full private living
quarters in basement. Formal
living room leads to large lanai
and pool area. Home has new
carpet, fresh paint and 2 fire-
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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
beach area with dock and boat
cover; just reduced to
$234,900 ID #3204 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
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OWNER FINANCING Spa-
cious 3 bedroom 2 bath home
has a formal living and dining
room, a large eat-in kitchen
and a bonus room that could
be in-law quarters. Exterior has
been freshly painted, owner
financing available; just listed
at $119,900 ID #22 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com
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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
bedroom 2.5 bath located on
just under a 1/2 acre with
2,084 sq. ft. living. Large living
room with fireplace. Open
kitchen overlooks dining area.
Screened porch with fenced
back yard; just listed at
$154,900 ID #3623 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
plusrealestate.com
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-
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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
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.


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Large Kitchen, Great Room,
oversized 2 garage w/ Lrhili.
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 -, 11 .nie;
listed at $99,000 ID# 367
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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
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SSEBRING--WE HAVE
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SEBRING AREA, HOMES,
CONDOS, Priced Low, call
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information or stop by our
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1ST FLOOR CONDO 2 bed
S room 2 bath condo with a
9/13 screened porch, ceramic tile
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combo, beautiful views of the
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ESTATE INC. 863-676-
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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
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-
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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
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.
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-
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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-
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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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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
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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
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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
Kissirnmee 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-
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JUST OVER 5 BEAUTIFUL
ACRES This amazing country
setting is located in a gated
deed restricted community
and it's just waiting for you to
build the home of your
dreams, priced to sell at
$45,000 ID #LT30 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040 www.prime-
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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
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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
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WOODED HOME SITE! 2
Acres of Beautiful Woods in
deed restricted community to
build your new home! Not too
far from Public Boat Ramp into
Lake Rosalie. Owner Motivated
and will look at all Reasonable
Offers! $39,900 id# 11209
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC (863) 676-7040.
www.primeplusrealestate.c
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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-
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1030 WATERFRONT HOMES
AMAZING! "Mother-in-
Law" Lake Front home!
Home has 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, a huge great room with
the 1 bedroom 1 bath mother
in law attached but separate!
Located on beautiful Clinch
Lake, crystal-clear water,
white sandy beach, sea wall,
dock, North/South view of
Lake! REDUCED! NOW
$335,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-
2062 Estelle Sullivan
Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com





JUST LISTED! I block off
public boat ramp at Walk-in-
Water Lake this 2BR/2BA
home sits on a canal, has spa-
cious open great room, large
screen porch, covered porch,
and detached garage with
additional screened porch and
Lean-to with boat launch to
canal! ASKING $114,900
BUT LISTENING TO EVERY
OFFER!
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
THE MOST BANG FOR THE
BUCKS! Own a Lake front
home! Super Nice 2 bedroom,
2 bath home, with beautiful
kitchen, dining area, spacious
living room that flows into Sun
porch, PLUS screen porch,
Double carport, gazebo for
outside entertaining, 140 ft
dock, boat storage/elect
hoist, dog kennals, 2 sheds!
ASKING $199,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-
2062 Estelle Sullivan
Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE
Orlando Luxury
Waterfront Condos!
Brand new 2 & 3BR resi-
dences. Up to 50% OFF! Own
below builder's cost! Close to
all attractions. Must see. Call
now 877-333-0272 Ext. 32.
1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
Mobile home for sale.
1995 Fleetwood Trailer
65x16.C/H and A/C. 2 bath.
For sale
1-863-696-1928 as is.
1110 OUT OF AREA HOMES
37 ACRE MIDDLE TN FARM
with 13 acre lake, nice home.
Selling at Absolute Auction,
Memorial Day. Van Massey
Auction Lic 1711. (931)433-
8686 Visit vanmassey.com
DEVELOPER FORCED LIQ-
UIDATION Smoky Mtn. Lake
Property Priced @ Foreclo-
sure/Short sale. Up to 100%
Financing/5% interest. Hurry-
Only 30 Reservations avail-
able! (877)551-0550 ext 100
GEORGIA MOUNTAIN
BARGAIN!
New 3BR 2BA 1200+ sq. ft.
mountain log cabin kit with 1+
acre streamfront in Georgia's
Blue Ridge Mountains, only
$52,800. Gorgeous setting,
tremendous 4 season
recreation, great financing.
Must see. Call now 1-866-
952-5303 Ext. 15.
1210 HOMES FOR RENT

BARTOW 2Bd 1Ba $700.
Mo includes yard care
863 533 6008


1210 HOMES FOR RENT

Lake Wales- 3BR/2BA
home with above ground
swimming pool. Located on a
canal with access to Crooked
Lake. Granite counters in
kitchen. Updated bathrooms.
Bonus room could be used as
den or office. $950/month
includes pool care. $950 SD
Call Maggie Stohler at Lega-
cy Leasing Services, Inc 863-
676-0024 or visit www.Lega-
cyLeases.com

Babson Park- 3BR/2BA
with pool. Hardwood floors.
Large outdoor seating area
for entertaining. Spacious
yard. $1050/month includes
pool care and water. $1050
SD' Call Maggie Stohler at
Legacy Leasing Services, Inc
863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com

Lake Wales- CHARMING
HOME ON GOLF COURSE-
This spacious 3 BD/3 BA
bungalow has all the charm of
old Florida-homes with origi-
nal wood floors, high ceilings
and lots of detail with wood
molding and built-ins.
$900/month, SD $900. Call
Maggie Stohler at Legacy
Leasing Services, Inc 863-
676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com

Lake Wales- Immaculate
3BR/2BA home on just under
1 acre near Lake Walk-in-
Water. Great views of pond
and forested area in back
yard. Privacy fencing. Home
features new carpet, walk-in
closets, indoor utility room,
and 2 car garage with auto-
matic opener. Community
amenities include access to
clubhouse, basketball courts,
tennis courts, and boat ramp.
$895/month, SD $895. Call
Maggie Stohler at Legacy
Leasing Services, Inc 863-
676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com

Lake Wales- 2BR/2BA 2nd
floor condo. 1085 sq ft. Fur-
nished or unfurnished. .Com-
munity amenities include pic-
nic area, swimming pool, and
laundry facilities. Cats ok.
Additional HOA approval
required. $600/month, SD
$600. Call Maggie Stohler at
Legacy Leasing Services, Inc
863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com

Commercial

Downtown Lake Wales- Store-
front/Office space available on
Central Ave. Five offices (dimen-
sions: 14'x12', 19'x10', 14'xl12',
10'x10', 7'x10'), one small stor-
age room, and one large storage
room (35'x27') with shelving
units. Central AC. Off street park-
ing. $1300/month. Call Maggie
Stohler at Legacy Leasing Ser-
vices, Inc 863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com

Nalcrest- 379 sqft for lease
in a community that boasts
500 apartments and approxi-


1210 HOMES FOR RENT

mately 800 residents. This
space would be ideal for a
hair or nail salon. There is an
attached bathroom. Water
and wifi included in rent.
$400/month. Call Maggie
Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 863-676-0024
or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com

Nalcrest- 950 sqft of
Retail/Office Space for lease
in a community that boasts
500 apartments and approxi-
mately 800 residents. There
is an attached bathroom and
600 additional square feet
that could be added on to the
existing 950 sq ft. Water and
wifi included in rent.
$800/month. Call Maggie
Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 863-676-0024


www.LegacyLeases.com


212 E. Stuart Ave.
Lake Wales, Fl. 33853


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

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Large one bedroom apart-
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smoker or pets. $.135 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
SConvenient location,
Walk to shopping.
Call 24/7 866-485-
4977
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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 1l1th Street
Lake Wales, FL 33853
863-676-9290, TDD 711
Office Hours Mon-Fri 1pm to
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1340 MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT
BARTOW Renovated 2Bd
1Ba Country Setting 1/2 +
acre lot close to convenience
store. 863-512-8175 or
863-205-8372

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1500 LOTS & ACREAGE
LAND FOR SALE
JUST LISTED! 8.89 Acres
for 1 mobile home or 1 site
built home! Great place for
horses, cows or gardens!
ASKING $58,900 & "Listen-
ing to offers!"
JUST LISTED! 250 Ft on
Scenic Hwy, Frostproof! ASK-
ING $36,000
JUST LISTED! Building lot,
location within a stone's throw
to an elementary, middle and
high school, tennis courts,
baseball -field and track field!
ASKING $12,500
i
Lake Wales 2 lots zoned for
Manufactured Homes
(water/sewer available in park)
$8,500 & $14,500
HWY 98 Frostproof 3 sepa-
rate 1 acre lots $15,000
each lot May have M.H. or
home and horses are
allowed(owner financing if qual-
ified)
IN Frostproof City
water/sewer Lot with lake view
ASKING $24,900
3.8 Acre Flag lot May have
horses & M.H. or build a
home/horses $25,000
1 Acre wooded lot on paved
road, may have horses ASK-
ING $10,000
In County 2.4 Acres (sep-
tic/well required) on dead-end
street ASKING $14,000
Blue Jordan Forest:
3.53 Ac wooded For Home
$14,500;
3.08 Ac wooded For Home
$14,900;
3.16 Ac wooded/high lot For
M.H. $18,000;
3.11 Ac Lot with clear drive &
building spot PLUS well/elec-
tricity ASKING $19,900;
3.5 AC Corner Lot in the back
of the Forest, wooded For
M.H. ASKING $29,500
OTHER LOTS: 2 Lots Side-
by-side, paved road 2 Ac
ASKING $43,900;
1 Ac on Cul-D-Sac $23,900
Call Estelle @ 863-632-
2062 Estelle Sullivan
Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
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1515 WATERFRONT
LAKEFRONT LOT 1 acre
with 156 Ft on Beautiful bass-
fishing Lake Reedy! ASKING
$139,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-
2062 Estelle Sullivan
Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
North Carolina Mountain
Lakefront lots. New gated
waterfront community. Dock-
able lots with up to '300' of
shoreline, Low insurance, Low
property tax. Call Now
(800)709-5253

1520 OUT OF TOWN LOTS
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
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 location.10K sq ft shop
w/14ft overhead doors.1500
sq ft office/showrm w/AC.
$1500 mo. +security. 863-
678-1498 or 863-241-
1528.

2000






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2001 HELP WANTED
GROWING Local Newspa-
per is Seeking Qualified
Sales People. Please Send
Resumes to
pnorthrop@thelake-
walesnews.com. or call
Paul Northrop at
(863)676-3467.
Heat & Air JOBS Ready to
work? 3 week accelerated
program. Hands on environ-
ment. Nationwide certifica-
tions and Local Job Place-
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HELP WANTED:


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Maintenance Person for
Lake Wales and Frostproof
apartment communities.
Seeking an experienced main-
tenance person with plumbing,
electrical, appliance repair and
painting background. Full-time
position 40 hours per week.
Fax resume or letter of interest to
863-635-9574 or 863-676-
9290 Or Call 863-635-
9597 or 863-676-9290
This institution is an Equal
Opportunity Provider and
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York! Hiring 18-24 girls/guys.
$400-$800 wkly. Paid
expenses. Signing Bonus. Call
(877)259-6983
MEDICAL BILLING
TRAINEES NEEDED! Hospi-
tals & Insurance Companies
hiring now! No experience?
Local Training & Job Place-
ment Assistance available!
(888)219-5161.
Medical Billing Trainees
Needed! Hospitals & Insur-
ance Companies hiring now!
No experience? Local Training
& Job Placement available! HS
Grad or GED & Computer
needed, (888)589-9677.
Medical Management
Careers start here Get con-
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MERCHANDISE
6012 GARAGE SALES
BARTOW- MOVING SALE
Saturday 7-?
1315 Carmen Ave
Community Yard Sale. Sun-
set Pt Development (Just off
Buckmore Rd in Lake Wales).
Sat June 22nd. From 7 til 2
p.m.
6020 AUCTIONS
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

6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Antique Oak Pedestal
Table with 3 leaves for sale.
Call 863-678-3206. Best
offer $300.
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
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Starting at $995.00
www.NorwoodSawmills.com/
300N (800)578-1363
Ext.300N
6260 MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE
:Electric dryer $25., Boy's bike:
S$10., TV $25., Infant to size 1
Baby clothes 863 448 6185:
ASK US

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you can place a
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in your
classified ad!
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sale in Lake Placid. [I
excellent condition.
Bench included. $350. Call
863-840-5187
Lawn Care complete set.
Brand new Good for home
owner. $500 OBO. 863-873-
3850.
Tanning bed w/ extra bulb
$900.Treadmill like new
$600. Exercise equipment.
863-696-1245.


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-5:30pm
Call first to confirm I'm there
863-299-6031
Our 33rd Year.


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

IGreat Deals in
the Classifieds!


7000 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


TRANSPORTATION

7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS




1972 FORD FIO10 r0:,ii'i'i
MILES $$3500.00. Kelley's
Used Cars. 863-269-0977.


01 Mercury Grand Marquis
LS $6,995 57k,loaded,4spd
auto, 8 cyl. Very Nice call
863-632-0988.
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02 Cadillac Deville Sedan
low miles,White Diamond
Paint, 8cyl.,auto, Call car is
loaded 863-632-0988


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very nice $5,977. Call Great
Buy 863-632-0988
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2000 Dodge Ram 2500
4x4 Skyjacker Lift Super
Swamper Tires. Leather, Low
Miles 67k, Winch,,Call For
Details JPL Auto Empire
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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



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






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,
Auto,great bedliner,alloy whls.
~$4,995 call for more info.
863-632-0988.
ADVERTISE
In
The Classifieds!





2001 Mazada B3000 u.
Cab.Auto 83,000 A/C P/W
P/L.Call For Details JPL Auto
Empire 863-268-1226






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


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS






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




2001 MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS BLUE
Stk#A138558C $5988
AUTO, AC, STEREO, CLEAN
TRADE, 59K MILES. Alan Jay
Auto Ranch 863-471-2886
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2001 Yamaha V Star Clas-
sic $3,499.00, Green, 29325
Miles. Sky Power Sports
Lake Wales 20769 US Hwy.
27 Lake Wales 863-676-
2245

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


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2002 JAGUAR XKR SUPER-
CHARGED CONVERTIBLE
390HP $$16995.00. Kelley's
Used Cars. 863-269-0977.





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




2004 Chevy Malibu classic
STK3A276348A. Silver with
P/WN, P/L, Auto, A/C. Was
6988 Now 4988.. Contact
Joe @ 863-471-2886.


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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




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 LIFTGATE,CERTI-
FIED 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





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




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


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


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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.




2005 Ford Explorer XLT
STK#RA442.Tan with P/W,
P/L, 3rd row seating. Was
14988 Now 12988. Contact
Joe @ 863-471-2886.



2005 FORD F150 'LT
28K MILES LIKE NEW $12999
call Tom Schott (863) 402-
4230





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.



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2006 Chevrolet Colorado
$18265. 863-665-2800

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





2006 Jeep Commander
STK#B076082A. White with
PAN/W, P/L, 3rd row seating.
Was 12988 Now 10988.
Contact Joe @ 863-471-
2886.


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2006 Polaris Sportsman X2
$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.







2007 GMC Sierra 1500
$19289. 863-665-2800
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2007 Honda Shadow VLX
(VT600C) $3,999.00 Black
6600 Miles. Sky Power
Sports Lake Wales 20769
US Hwy. 27 Lake Wales
863-676-2245




2007 HYUNDAI ACCENT
WHITE Stk# -T325351B
$6988 AUTO, ALLOYS,AC ,
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
FIND YOUR
BEST FRIEND
IN THE
CLASSIFIED!




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.


2007 Suzuki Boulevard
M10O9R $7,895.00 White
18651 Miles. Sky Power
Sports Lake Wales 20769
US Hwy. 27 Lake Wales
863-676-2245


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS






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

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


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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/WN, P/L, Auto, A/C. was
14988 Now 12988. Contact
Joe @ 863-471-2886.
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2008 DODGE CALIBER
ORANGE Stk#RK20790A
$11988 20" WHEELS,
GROUND EFFECTS, AUTO,
STEREO. Alan Jay Auto
Ranch 863-471-2886
. .



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








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
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2008 Lincoln MKZ
STK#F811266A.Blue with
leather, sunroof, PAN/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/WAN,
P/L. Was 16988 Now 14988
Contact Joe @ 863-471-
2886
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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




2009Cadillac2CTS21
V6, PFI, 3.6L, 6 Speed Automatic
Call 800-238-5016


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7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS

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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




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


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2009 Toyota Corolla
$14675. 863-665-2800

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2010 Chevrolet Malibu
$15475. 863-665-2800







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





2010 FORD RANGER 4CYL
EX-CAB SUPER. CLEAN ALL
POWER $$15995.00. Kelley's
Used Cars. 863-269-0977.


2010 FUSION HYBRID,
OWNER,NAV,MOONROOF,LEAT
HER,WHITE PEARL, 43200
MILES. CLEAN $19195.00.
863-773-3992
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2010 Honda Accord EX-L
2.4L, Automatic $14,901 Call
800-238-5016



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



2010 HYUNDAI GENESIS-
FRESH TRADE-WARRANTY
$ 19999 call Tom Schott
(863) 402-4230
Z7TF

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


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS






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





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


2011 CHEVY SILVERADO
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




2011 GMC Acadia SLT pori
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 2012 Ford Mustang GT,
$1000 Down NO CREDIT
:---:- ...... REQUIREMENTS! Fully Loaded,
Leather, Premium audio, Sync,
-:. Black Cherry Paint. 863-632-
All 0988.

2011 Jeep Liberty 4x4 CHECK THE
$1000 Down NO CREDIT CLASSIFIED!
REQUIREMENTS! Fully loaded, -
leather, auto, sunroof. 863-
632-0988.

2012 FORTE SX KOUP
^VN LOADED-1050 MILES $19999
A i 1' 43call Tom Schott (863) 402-
~2 ~ J 4230
2011 JEEP WRANGLER -
AVA I Il IFMITcI AI i i MNi iM." ,_;


4TA4V U IL-IIVII I LtU,-itUIVIll1U1IVI
WHEELS AUTOMATIC,ANTI
SPIN,TILT & CRUISE,CD,V6
CERTIFIED W/110 PT INSPEC-
TION ,BALANCE OF LIMITED
FACTORY WARRANTY.Tom
Edwards 863-533-0793

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2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolu-
tion MR $34,991 4-Cyl, Turbo,
2.0L, 6 Speed Auto w/Sportronic
Call 800-238-5016
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2011 Toyota Rav4, )1000
Down NO CREDIT REQUIRE-
MENTS! Auto, Cold A/C, Gas
Saver. 863-632-0988.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS





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
1500 Extended Cab LT 4X4 Call
Dealer for Price 800-238-
5016 V8, Flex Fuel, 5.3L, 6
Speed Automatic
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2012 Chrysler 200 Con-
vertible Touring. 4CYL,
AUTOMATIC, POWER SEAT,
POWER WINDOWS, KEYLESS
ENTRY, POWER DOOR LOCKS,
TILT, CRUISE, CD, MP3, SIRIUS
SATELLITE Tom Edwards
863-533-0793
. -., ._v- -- .



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




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


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


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS

4. .. .



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

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

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2012 Kia Sorento LX .purt
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/WAN,
P/L; fuel saver. Was 18988
now 16988. Contact Joe @
863-471-2886.

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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
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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.





2012 NISSAN ALTIMA
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, P/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


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS







2013 Chrysler 200 Limited
Sedan, $26,075. 888-453-
6644
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2013 CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY TAN Stk#
RK20822 $26988 LEATHER
,PWR SLIDERS,PWR LIFTGATE,
REAR VISION CAMERA. Alan
Jay Auto Ranch 863-471-
2886.

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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

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







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








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





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







2013 D~odge Avenger SXT
Sedan. $26,475. 888-453-
6644


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


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


2013 Dodge Grand Caravan
SE Van Passenger, $25,630.
888-453-66444


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


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




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




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




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


Great Deals in

the Classifieds!





2013 FIESTA SE, AUTO', KEY-
LESS ENT, POWER, MSRP
$18085, SELL $16099 AFTER
REBATES. 863-773-3992
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2013 KIA OPTIMA
BLACK Stk# RA435
$21988 AUTO, AC, PWR PKG,
CRUISE, ALLOYS, BLACK
BEAUTY. Alan Jay Auto
Ranch 863-471-2886




2013 KIA OPTIMA LX
Stk#RK20825 BLACK OR SIL-
VER AVAILABLE WITH P/WAN,
P/L, ALLOYS. WAS 23988
Now 21988. Contact Joe @
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





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/W
P/LA/C PAN P/L,Call For
Details JPL Auto Empire
863-268-1226


June 19,2013


CLASSIFIED


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Page 11


June 19, 2013 DECLASSIFIED


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


.P

E 124926 2012 Chrysler Town
& Country Touring L Was
$35,620.00 Now $31,564.00
Call .863-773-4629



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




E 1"'' 2012 Ram 2500
Laramie Crew Cab 4x4 diseal
automatic Was $51,410.00
Now $42,311.00 Call 863-773-
4629



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



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




E:.lr: 2012 Ram 2500 SLT
Mega' Cab 4x4 diseal automatic
Was $53,500.00 Now
$44,241.00 Call 863-773-
4629


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E ; l'-:' 2012 Ram 2500 SLT
Mega Cab 4x4 diseal automatic
Was $53,500.00 Now
$44,241.00 Call 863-773-
4629
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E373829 2012 Dodge Jour-
ney SXT Was $26,080.00 Now
$21,555.00 Call 863-773-
4629



E-: -:._, 2012 Chevrolet
CruzeLT Was $21,835.00 Now
$19,515.00 Call 863-773-
4629


Find it in the

Lassifieds!






F1311180A 2011 BMW
3281 $23500. Tony 863-
438-3333





F133971 2012 LIBERTY
$16500. Tony (863)-438-
3333


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


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F14i'1.15 12 IMPALA
$14900. Tony 863-438-
3333





F15:4.. 2012 DODGE
AVENGER $15600. Tony
863-438-3333





F17 2012 CHRYSLER
200 LX $14900. Tony
(863)-438-3333

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F.0(1'4 12 JOURNEY $
17900. Tony 863-438-3333





F2,. ? 2010 WRANGLER
UNLIMITED $26900. Tony
(863)-438-3333
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F 1 :'i'1'5 12 CARAVAN
$18400. Tony 863-438-
3333




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




F<-'):'4. 2012 SONATA
$14500. Tony 863-438-
3333



J

F4, -l- 12 SONANTA
$15900. Tony 863-438-
3333

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F5c5,5: 12 COMPASS
$15700.Tony 863-438-
3333





:-571,',8- 11 HHR .11400.
Tony 863-438-3333
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Fm11044 2012 Mazda 6
$17300. Tony (863)-438-
3333.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS
P lI I ---. ... _-,



Fa00991A
2011 edge limited
$25,711
40,710 miles. Silver. Leather
Heated Seats. Power seats.
Back Up camera and Sensors!
Still Under Warranty! Call
Jonathan Perez 863-444-
0444 Hablo Espaiol.
a Iia '- ,


Rf0632
explorer 2013 Limited-
$34,766
Beautiful white platinum.!
13,640 miles. Remote Start.
Push button start, vista sun
roof 8 passenger. Leather
Heated Seats. Back up cam-
era and sensors! Powered 3rd
row seats. 24+ miles in HVVY!
Still under warranty! Call
Jonathan Perez @ 863-
444-0444 Hablo Espanol.
. ..S 5 -.



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




Tir: Tan 2006 Mercury
Mountaineer is super clean
and loaded. It comes equipped
with power windows, power
locks, power seats, power 3rd
row, tilt, cruise, am/fm radio,
6 disc CD changer, and beauti-
ful leather seats. The best part
is, this SUV has less than
50,000 miles. The asking
price for this beauty is only
13,995. Stock # RF0626A.
For details call Ryan Ward
at 863.243.3342.
SAdvertTl-se Today! I
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U106245A 2008 WRAN-
GLER $19900. Tony 863-
438-3333




U28'14.,-,4h 2012 HYUNDAI
VELOSITER $19900. Tony
(863)-438-3333.





U297059MA 2007 Pontiac
Solstice $13900. Tony
(863)-438-3333.





U51 7049A 10 F-150
CREW LARIAT $29500.
Tony 863-438-3333


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS





U55:,b7 A 2012 FIAT 500
$17300. Tony 863-438-
3333





U HI 11 MAXIMA
$21900. Tony 863-438-
3333

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U577604A 2011 BMW
3281 $23500. Tony (863)-
438-3333
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LhlII',.:... 610 VW TIGUA
$sf6700. Tony 863-438-
3333





U63:4-,!iA 2009 HONDA
PILOT $23400. Tony (863)-
438-3333.




li.4- ,..-.A. 2008 Hyundai
Tuscon $7000. Tony (863)-
438-3333.




U647157A 2012 Caravan.
$21400 Tony (863)-438-
3333.




U654520A 2010 G37
$22200. Tony (863)-438-
3333




7140 MISC.DOMESTIC
AUTOS

1970 CHEVROLET CHEV-
ELLE SS 454,
original, $9000 OBO,
red/black,rothwe8@juno.co
m 863-578-3237
1993 JEEP WRANGLER 4
cyl., 5 speed, New soft top.
New Good Year Wrangler
tires. Tow Bar. Garage kept.
$7,500 863-221-2521
i1994 FORD EXPLORER
SUV, $750,- OBO
863-440-1311

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1998 CHEVROLET VENTURE
LS Mini-van, Low Miles, $3,995,
OBO Will consider trade, call
863-588-8445


7260 AUTOS WANTED

'ALL AUTOS WANTED with:
'or without title any condi-,
:tion, we pay up to $20,000:
.and offer free towing call
Cindy
S 813-505-6939

7333 MISC. BOATS

'16' Fishing boat, 40 HP Evin-
,rude, 16' Magic Tilt trailer
$1950. 080 863 448 6185:
JON BOAT, 14ft. 6hp John-
son w/ galvanized trailer. 28#
thurst trolling motor. Live well.
$1200 Call 863-899-2648.
7370 CAMPERS/
TRAVEL TRAILERS





Stock t 1- 4:-''. 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





Sto.: l'":;:'.j 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





Stock 4 !':,i .3-iA was
84,995 now $69,995 SAVE
15,000.Pre-owned 2005
Alfa see Ya Spacious class
A diesel motor home.2
slides, rear queen bed, booth
dinette, ceiling fan, patio and
window awnings. Call 866-
906-9755 or visit us online
at www.campingworldof-
bartow.com


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



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^"^ii il'lJ' IA1'~
now $7,999 SAVE $9,372.
Pre-owned 2007 Classic
Cruiser Compact trailer
with all the necessities.Call
866-906-9755 or visit us
online at www.camping-
worldofbartow.com.


7370 CAMPERS/
TRAVELTRAILERS


A

how""
Stc,- 1 1i 1 4 '0 was
18,995 now $17,995 SAVE
1,000. Pre-owned 2009
Timberlodge Express.Front
and rear entrance doors.1
slide, rear living with 2 swivel
chairs, jackknife sofa, patio
awning. Call 866-906-9755
or visit us online at
www.campingworldofbar-
tow.comrn

Find your Best
Friend in the
Classifieds!





,: t 44 4 '141" was
$17,000 now $11,999 SAVE
$5,001. Pre-Loved 2013
Skyline Bobcat 14RB. Cen-
Ster 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
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Stock #.47.... '. '. ,230
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