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Frostproof's Hometown News for more than 85 years 750 Page 16

Volume 90 Number 36 USPS NO 211-260 Frostproof, Polk County Florida 33843 Copyright 2013 Sun Coast Media Group, Inc.
Domestic Violence.... Pat Two


Higher tax Victim advocate speaks



KLBERKOWITZ@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM change," she says.

Abusers make promises like, "I'm going to fix
Inasmuch as domestic violence is for a while this," or "Please don't give up on me, you are the kept secret from the public, when cases are re- only person I am able to lean on and trust, what ported, it's imp ortant to have someone there for would I do without you?" Lasater notes&
the 'victim: someone who understands
By JAMES COULTER and has compassion.
FROSTPROOFNEWS @fHEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM Enter: the office of the Victim
Advocate, at the State Attorney's Office.
Even though a tentative property tax increase was ap- Melissa Lasater, has been an advocate proved by the City Council, city residents will not experience for seven years. any changes to their tax bill when the final budget for next She's seen a lot in that time, and she fiscal year is officially adopted later this month, Finance has an "in the trench" view of what goes Director MelodyWalsh said. on in the hearts of those Who suffer from
On Monday, the City Council voted unanimously on a domestic violence.
tentative property tax rate of $8.25 per $1,000 of taxable val- One thing people ask often is why ue, a 2.37 percent increase to the rolled-back millage rate of victims stay when it is painfully ob$8.0587, upon which the current tentative budget is based. vious theyneed to leave a damaging
Under the tentative tax increase, a house valued at relationship.
$100,000 withthe $50,000 homestead exemption would pay "The fear of leaving is one of the biggest lot of that is u trip to ma e e $412.50 in property taxes. reasons why they stay," she says.
The city council had agreed on the tax increase during a Victims feel an immense amount of shame, victim feel responsibility for the perpetrator's budget workshop on July 15, but a formal vote was required she notes, althoughh they will be persecuted or happiness," she says. for them to take action on it. they will be judged they will be questioned." "Perpetrators tend to be very arrogant or
But even though they had approved thetentative property Some victims believe that the abuse is "their narcissistic, the entire world revolves around the
-tax increase, the final tax rate is expected to return to the fault," she adds. perpetrator."
rolled-back rate of 8.0587, upon which the budget is based, Other reasons they stay is they are Worried Victims grow into this frame of mind, she, when the final budget is approved later this month, Walsh about finances, children, the unity of the family. notes, which says, "What can I do to make you explained. Victims stay in the relationship also because o happier than I did yesterday?"
"You can always go lower with the rate, but you can't go fthe commitment of marriage. "From morning to night, we then do begin to
any higher," she explained. "So they always go a little bit b we Are responsible for their happihigher than the rolled-back rate just in case something ness, their failures or their
should happen in. the two weeks until we have the final -faults," she says.
budget hearing." It takes victims about
Ad valorem taxes are expected to generate $895,760 for seven to nine times before
the city. they leave their perpetraThe tentative budget included changes that were dis- tor, she said.
cussed during a special meeting on Sept. 5. There seems to be a
These changes, which total $48,000, include $20,000
added to the ending assigned balance for the new commu- ADVOATE j12
nity center and $28,000 to remodel the Women's Club, which includes approximately $10,000 to demolish the building Vmct i recalls ab u.se fro u
and $18,000 of the remaining balance assigned to the new t t l s
community center.
The final budget will be approved during the final budget
hearing on Sept. 23, 2013.
The fiscal yerbegins Oct. 1. G r e Be e us an,



City will continue to cover H sh fmtli
By, KATHY LEIGHI BERKO WITZ right at home for her.
th at rspa ki g tKLBERKowrrZ@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM She was brutally abused, on a regular basis,
theater par lot she said.

By JAMES COULTER This woman was married to a military career lie an dea etaket gas rnawlysa t's
FROSTPROOFNEWS@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM man who was in the Green Berets and served in js lie lng ith t dert eose, s
The next time yoi find a parking space during an event two tours in Vietnam.
at the Ramon Theater, you can thank the Frostproof City She believes "that had a lot to do with his state said. Council. of mind."
On Monday, the city council renewed a lease agree- But she said she felt "trapped." ABS 11
ment between the City of Frostproof and the Chamber "That's all I knew," she said.
of Commerce, allowing the city to continue maintaining She *asin her 20s when they married, and property behind the Raon Theater as additional public there was no teal stability in her life, she notes. parking for events. "We move around all over the place, from
After th Ramon Theater re-opened one baseto another base,"she said.
Sin 2008, tl~e city entered into an agree- "M te aiy vrke nyii, h
____ ment with \the Chamber of Commerce in said2
_____ February 2009 to lease property behind the caefthlnayrnvsal34dtgto____ Ramon Theater.se'hfaxiyvr ig.
--__ The city maintains this property in order ~ neseW~s~afinl een hh
t provide additional public parking forshesysh la'Dpnedthveaoto
events at the theater and the downtowngodfens' '
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PARKING 1 12 A h ti r fh m s n w st ahng e e '






Page 2 The News Wednesday, September 11, 2013




Light .on hurians so. far



But heavier part of season picking up and the ground is wet

By JEFF ROSLOW McNally said. "September 10 starts the And McNally pointed out that this times while they may not be as severe
JROSLOW@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM heat of the season." year there could be more of a concern they're right on top of us and move to
Not having a hurricane when for Polk County residents than they've us more quickly. You may only have
The second week of September, September rolls around is not as unusu- had to deal with in recent years. That three days. That could be a serious
historically speaking, is the most likely al as one may think. Dennis Felgen of is the fact that it has experienced more situation." week a tornado will form in the Atantic. the Natonal Hurricane Center pointed rain than previous summe .rs. Wilma became a Category 5 hurriAnd with half the Atlantic hurricane out that going back to 1851, there have According to the Southwest Florida cane in mid-October 2005 and emerged season gone, there have not been any been 34 years when the first hurricane Water Management District nearly in the Gulf of Mexico eventually makso far. But forecasters believed by the came after Aug. 25 and 25 of those years 34 inches of rain fell here from ing landfall in Florida at Cape Romano end of Tuesday, the first one would the first hurricane was Sept. 1. June I1-Aug. 3 1. That is about 16 inches at 120 mph three days after it formed. form. At I11 a.m. Tuesday, Tropical However, the numbers and how above normal. IPredictions from Colorado State
Storm Humberto had sustained winds often there are hurricanes sort of plays "That is certainly a consideration University lowered its forecast recently of 65 mph and the National Hurricane second fiddle to emergency managers. for us because there's no place for in the number of hurricanes and the Center said it would likely become a Whether the disturbance is a hurricane the water to go," McNally said. "It can probability that the United States will hurricane by late Thesday. or tropical storm, the chance that any cause (more) flooding. A couple of get hit from-i 72 percent to 64 percent,
The early prediction of nine hur- one of those could hit land is the con- years ago in October 2011 the water McNally said, keeping a watch should ricanes four major ones still cern. For example, while in 2001 there came in so rapidly in the southeast part still be paramount. appears, though, to be going bust. were four major hurricanes, the most of the county." "Vigilance. can't be dropped," he
Despite there being no hurricanes there damaging storm that year was Tropical With that flooding, there is another said. "Just because we haven't seen have been eight named tropical storms Storm Allison, which caused extensive item for the Polk emergency depart- something (hit us) since 2004 you can't in the Atlantic and they all seem to be flooding in Texas. Those winds reached ment to deal with. Because this is not go back to the feeling that we went veering away from land. That, however, the top speed of 60 mph. A storm a coastal county, there are no official 44 years without being hit. Be aware we doesn't mean to relax and think this becomes a hurricane when sustained evacuation routes. have a lot of ground out there and the
season will be a safe one, officials said. wind reaches 75 mph. "But we do have low-lying areas ... potential for flooding is great."
"It's not common but if you look "Donft focus on the number, focus we're .getting more rain and there's back, in 1992 the first named storm was 'on the impacts," Craig Fugate, ad- more potential for flash flooding." Andrew," said Polk County Emergency ministrator of the Federal Emergency Another concern, McNally says, is Management Director Pete McNally Management Agency, said. "The that now that it's later in the hurricanes 04
said, referring to the Category 5 hurri- category of a storm does not tell you all season a season that runs from cane that ripped Homestead. "It only the impacts." June 1 -Nov 30 people have to look a
takes one storm." The thoughts that Florida hasn't been little more cautiously because it's likely
The last time the Atlantic hurricane hit by a storm in a number of years and we have less time to react.te season went through the month of storms that are forming are veering "There's also the phenonimenonforedn August without a hurricane was in 2001 away from Florida and all land that storms tend to come out ,of theH a when Hurricane Emi made its appear- this year, officials say people should Carribean and the Gulf instead of the Hertland Nvewspapers ance on Sept. 9. That was followed by not be relaxed. Atlantic," McNally said about storms
nine hurricanes, four of them being "I think it's in our DNA we go that form in September and later. Lake Wales-Frostproof
Category 3 or higher. through denial," said Fugate at a press Wilma was one of the most intense Bartow-FortMeade
"But it could be heating up quickly," conference two weeks ago. storms ever at that time. A lot of the













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Poole named Kiwanian of the Year L
By BRENDA EGGERT BRADER
B BRADER@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM o

Lance Poole was presented the
Kiwanian of the Year plaque for 2013 by
President Larry Tonjes during the Lake,
Wales Kiwanis meeting on Monday at the
Oakwood Golf Club.
"Lance has done incredible work for the
club in his support of Kiwanis," Tonjes said.
Kiwanians were reminded their next
regularly scheduled meeting will be held
Sept. 16. Due to the change in date of the PHOTO BY BRENDA EGGERT BRADER first Monday meeting for the Labor Day
weekend, members were in small numbers Lance Poole, left, was presented the Kiwanian for the recent meeting. However, all mem- of the Year plaque for 2013 by Kiwanis of Lake bers are urged to attend on Monday "to Wales President Larry Tonjes at the Monday give a good welcome to Dennis Harrison, meeting held at the Oakwood Golf Club. Poole Kiwanis lieutenant governor, who is visiting supports the organization by performing many for the luncheon meeting. Harrison rotates duties for the club. visits to the area dubs.
Tonjes reminded members of the be the topic for the guest speaker at the
Christmas parade sponsored by the club Monday meeting. STAFF REPORT
in Lake Wales that will be held at 6 p.m. Members were reminded that Sept. 22 is Dec. 14. Applications for parade partici- the Kiwanis Day at the Tampa Rays game A 9/11 service will be held a wo wereaot onCity Hall,
pants are now coming in and cost $20 per for $20 per person box seats with game time 201 W. Central Ave., to honor those who were lost on Sept. 11,
group. Applications can be found online at 1:40 p.m. The deadline for reservations is 2001. on the Lake Wales Chamber of Commerce Sept. 11. Members were also reminded of A group of churches in the Lake Wales area that organized
website at www.LakeWalesChamber.com. their Little Theatre night Sept. 28 attending the service last year will be doing it again this year.
To get an application, click on events, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," at the The service will continue until 1 p.m. on the west side of
open calendar, go to December, click on theater preceded with dinner atWoody's the building by the picnic tables.
Christmas parade listing and the applica- Barbecue at 6 p.m. for a buy one entree and tion will appear. two drinks and get one entree free. Twenty
.The Lake Wales Community Theatre will reservations have been taken as of Monday.




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VIEWPO.INT



A hand up for the unemployed

A few weeks ago, we commented favorably on a Ou *and operating an automobile. For the unemployed
new program of the county's three bus services to O rViewpoint who lack transportation, getting a free ride just might
provide free rides to high school students who have make the difference between welfare and work.
parental permission. such program, this one to help unemployed occu- A pilot program of the student free ride program
It was, we observed, a way to help students get to pants of public housing in Lakeland find a place in conducted during the summer showed.the merits of* and from athletic practices, after-school jobs, librar- the workforce. that opportunity for high schoolers.
ies, youth programs like YMCA and Boys/ Girls Clubs, Residents will be offered free bus trips to attend The housing authority's plan to monitor-the effecand even purely social events, school, enroll in employment training programs, and tiveness of this program for its residents will show if it
The school system will pick up the cost, and the gofor job interviews, The Associated Press reported. is an effective way to give a hand up not a handunder-utilized bus systems (Citrus Connection in Lakeland's public housing authority will pay $6,000 out to the unemployed. Lakeland, Winter Haven lArea Transit, and the coun- for the one-year program. One hundred riders will be If the program proves successful, it will merit ty-operated Polk County Transit) will introduce a new monitored to ascertain how effective the program is consideration for countywide adoption. generation of residents to the merits of inter-city bus in getting unemployed Polk Countians placed in jobs. It has the potential of being a win-win-win opportravel. The $1.50 fare ($3 for an adult day pass) for people tunity for the unemployed, the transit companies,
Last week, Citrus Connection announced another presently employed is less expensive than owning. and the taxpayers.


Letters to the editor ________President Obama and the shell game
President Obama is hiding the classic ordering the missile attack against Syria.
bean under one of the three shells. ... What. ...? Why ..?We had not been L
He's diverting our attention from the attacked or provoked in any way by that numerous national problems we're conflict and Obama. knows that it is an facing to a conflict that has been going internal war between Muslim factions! on and growing for a few years: the civil So what pressed President Obama to war in Syria. such radical deviation from his almost
It has been reported that over one monarchic style of governing? I'm puzhundred thou sand Syrians were killed zled that none of his opposing political already because the fight between party leaders had taken any time to President Assan and 'rebels' opposing analyze that sudden change of heart by his dictatorial regime. Last month the president. 777
the most terrible incident in that was Think for a moment. ... What could reported: the death of over 1,400 men, be the real reason for the president A Na ON me AvjA %WW
women and children by a sari gas to occupy our minds, as well as our attack! Last year President Obama drew Congress and media, with a conflict a 'red line' in the sand of that far away that is not directly affecting us? Our land, warning his Syrian counterpart national security is not at risk at all against using 'chemical weapons' in and if we send 'tomahawk' missiles that conflict because that was unac- toward that Muslim territory we can E a i g wt yop l n
ceptable and there would be serious and must expect terrorists retaliation a i g wa o l n
consequences if crossed. Assad ran again at us! Please, don't consider that over Obama's 'line' and the president I'm heartless. ... I am truly sorry about Most of us have some farmer genes ordered a U.S. Navy task force to stand the death of innocent civilians in any that urge us to grow our own corn Derek
by in front of the Syrian coast and be way or form but we have a very serious andtoatesblckerresan ready to launch a missile attack against situation at home that should capture oranges. Everything started in theDu-Rni that nation, the whole attention and energy of our godncesetbtee h iri I1
President Obama said he could and citizens, politicians and the media! and Euphrates, according to MY would conduct such military action Check what is today's date: September seventh-grade geography teacher. In under his own authority, as commander 4th, just a week before the anniversary thdasoHaiubihecyhd in-chief of our armed forces, without of two terrorist attacks against our life its share of government scribes, merconsulting or seeking the authorization and property-and less than a month chants and moneylenders, soldiers of the United States Congress. Suddenly to debate the increase of the national and officials, but most people made yard. Pounding the hull that protected he changed his mind. He is now Iseeking debt. The Obamacare implementation their living growing things. It was the n 'uts open with a rock left memothe approval of our senators and repre- is due on October 1st. ... Should we still that way in the early years of our rable stains on hands and clothes. In suc atack ned t wory bou tht fr aayrepublic. the woods behind the house grape-,
sentatives for Asc atak 4-yar-ld Io plante andu vines suplie enugwwetaritt
The national commentators and jour- foreign war in Syria? Wake up and ware rod drianed benntesace gives asummyie acohe Aseawtee fri the nalists were caught flatfooted as they smell the roses! beteen thied gaaeand the bpack front ar wah genear ine splingh
rushed to report the news: President btentegrg n h ak fotyr a eeosi upyn
Obama wants to consult and is seeking Cesar Guerra fence. When nothing happened after green fruit to try and test. Our mother
the approval of the Congress before Lake Wales. three or four days, I dug them up encouraged me to plant a seed that
__________________________________________________ and ate them. My farmer genes have did in fact grow into the beginnings of always been better at the eating than a tree, but we moved to Florida before

Firem an m ade a 3-,ye7nar-old smile the cultivating. temrceo t auiy
As a 6-year-old, living in the coun- On Miami Beach tropical fruit was try along the Hudson Palisades, an everywhere. Suburban yards were. Recently, my three-year-old grandson made our visit special and memorable ancient cherry tree gave out tasty sap stocked with kumquats, lemons visited me. In an effort to fill his day and I wanted to publicly thank him for in the spring that was better than any and oranges. On the smooth-barked with fun and exciting activities, we took his time and patience'. chewing gum. It produced cherries guava the ripen Ied fruit needed to
a trip to the Bartow firehouse. We were by the bushel in the summer. A be plucked just before falling to, the
greeted by Fireman Bennett who is Amanda Crews hickory nut tree on the farm next door
well-versed in southern hospitality. He Bartow dumped some of its treasure in our DEREK 5

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Wednesday, September 11, 2013 The News Page 5


The Inquiring


Plw togrpe



Should the United

States get involved. Meryle Weiss Kevin Stepp Joe Bda

militarily in Syria? Yes. The total out of bounds act the I'm real torn. If that is one of your -No. It would be the fourth war for
leader (of Syria) took is unheard of. kids you want to see something done. the U.S. We don't need to get W hy or why not? That (the use of chemical weapons) Do you want to see the U.S. get in into their business.
is a real no-no. People in the Middle another conflict? Probably no.
East, especially Israel, need to be

protected.




BULLETIN [ iya't ij-4

Farmer's Market Dog Day Lakeland. Irrigation School is free and Sept. 29, at the Lake Wales Country Club. Church of the Good Shepherd at 10 a.m.
open to the public. Registration is $150 per person, includes Saturday, Oct., 5. The church is located at
The Lake Wales Farner's Market pres- "Irrigation School is the perfect oppor- greens fees, cart, lunch and prizes, or 221 S. Fourth St., Lake Wales. The animal ents Dog Day on Saturday, Sept. 14 from tunity for homeowners, landscapers and $400 for a foursome (the foursome does blessing is in honor of St. Francis.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Historic Downtown homeow ners associations to learn about not include lunch, add $25 per person for Lake Wales. The event will feature several the best ways to conserve water while lunch). Registration begins at 6:30 a.m. Vedrwatd tSu Ry dog specialty vendors. Veterinarians will landscaping," said Jacqueline Hollister, with tee-off at 8 a.m. Players are to beVedrwatdtSu Ry be available for questions. There will environmental specialist for Polk County on the greens at 7:30 a.m. Registration Vendors are wanted for a craft be dog contests and prizes for winners The class will focus on reducing water deadline is Sept. 19. Corporate and and bake sale at the Sun Ray United of the following categories: Smallest consumption, with guest speakers dis- individual sponsorships are also avail- Methodist Church on Saturday, Oct. 26. Dog, Biggest Dog, Best Groomed Dog. cussing time clock controllers, smart ir- able. Door prizes, giveaways and more Tables are available for $10. Contact Multiple water stations will be available. rigation technology and Florida Friendly, will be featured, including a grand prize Evelyn Smith at 863-638-1475 or Pat Landscaping. Along with displays and winner for a hole-in-one, who will receive Triplett at 863-546-6134. Free Irrigation School: hands-on demonstrations, refreshments a brand new Ford vehicle donated by
Residents learn will be provided. Jarrett Gordon Ford. For information, call Lake Wales Turkey Trot
water conservation For information or to reserve a space, 863-241-6973 (Marla Smith), 863-679go to irrigationschool.eventbrite.com. 3897 (Linda Kimbrough), 863-676-6260 1st Annual Turkey Trot 5k in Lake Have you ever been interested in (Debbie Rhiner) to register or register Wales. Start your Thanksgiving off
how to increase irrigation efficiency, LW Gators Cheerleading with one of the Gator cheerleaders. with a run or walk for 3. 10 miles and
use rain sensors or retrofit existing Golf Tournament enjoy your treats later today guilt free!
irrigation systems.? If so, reserve a spot Animal Blessing at Church Presented by the YMCA, proceeds will
in Irrigation School scheduled from 6 to Sponsored by Jarrett Gordon Ford, of the Good Shepherd go back to the Lake Wales YMCA for
8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 at the Circle there is a golf tournament for the Lake their programs. For more information,
B Bar Reserve, 4399.Winter Lake Road, Wales Gators Cheerleaders on Sunday, There will be an animal blessing at the call the YMCA at 863-676-9441.

farming possibilities. We planted a keen eye for determining the optimum make great shade trees. These days in
D EEK variety of fruit trees including two maturity for snapping off and digesting the early spring they produce enough
kinds of apple, peach, apricot and the fresh spears. fresh fruit for great fruit pies.
FROM PAGE 4 plum trees. Chopping a large pit in the One day shopping the Sears garden An avocado grown from a seed now
clay, we created a tomato bed laced, center, I purchased a fruit sapling reaches 30 feet or, more. But I have ground. Hedg Ies of Surinam cherries with manure and also the bed of 'a whose spindly 5-foot trunk was almost learned they are not going to prohad their season when for a, few days mushroom cave.. Not since have we without leaves. The tag naming the duce until introduced to a tree of the the ripening red fruit deepened in enjoyed tomatoes this good. Planting a fruit had been, lost and it was for sale opposite sex. color until it became almost purple few blackberry bushes along the back for $1.25. Planted at the foot of the Last week the grocery store was before dropping to the ground or in' wall of the. house soon supplied all we asparagus bed slope, it grew like a featuring carambolas, the star fruit, at my mouth. could eat in their summer season. Also weed. Our children say it produced the a dollar apiece. They have a nice crisp
Later our parents moved the family growing on the lot was a fig tree that best pears they have ever eaten but by taste and make an interesting diversion to Winter Park where a great loquat, cast its graceful shadows on the bor- that, time I was, in Florida launching in a salad. Before eating the ripe fruit, tree spread it Is branches over the dering bay water. Our collie Duchess our newspaper business. J extracted its eight tiny seeds. Things
garage roof. For -several weeks we -could could leap and 'select fruit' from the In our side yard we planted a grow fast in Florida. Maybe I can plant peel back the small fruit's peach-like lower branches. Our success with the Samoan Island coconut from my one where the Samoan coconut tree skin and enjoy the delicate flavor that tomatoes tempted us to create an as- brother's backyard tree in Hawaii. It was so bountiful. enveloped two or three sizable seeds. paragus-bed. Once again we chopped produced abundant fruit but appeared Truth is I like to eat and if had my When our children were entering through the clay and carted in old to be a missile threat to the neighbor- way everything we planted would feed their teens, we lived along Lynnhaven mushroom bed material. By the third hood in the hurricane season. US. Bay in suburban Virginia Beach. year the delicate roots had developed A safer bet was several sprouts grow- Derek Dunn-Rankin is chairman
Nearly an acre of clay soil and an into the bulbs of energy that produced ing under a loquat in the yard of my of Sun Coast Media Group. He can be aquifer-fed well opened up new great fresh asparagus. Duchess had a niece's veterinary in Niceville, Fla. They reached at derekdr@sun-herald.com




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CNVNWELCOME TO YOUR COMMUNITY CALENDAR
and 5 Want to see your event months page? Call us at 863-676-347 or
email news@lakewalesnews.com.

N Wednesday, Sept. 11 should know their Amazon.com login
and password. Main lobby at 6 p.m. FREE BREAKFAST
Yoga at the Library in the Schoenoff There is a Free Breakfast at B St. Community Center, on the first and third Saturdays of every month, from
Meeting Room. Classes meet each Sons of the American Legion Post 71 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. For more information, or to make donations, contact Reverend Alton Norwood at 863-618Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to meeting the second Thursday of every 7641 or stop by his address at 114W. Crystal Ave., Lake Wales. Reverend Norwood has been doing free breakfast
6:45 p.m. Fees: $10 per class, $32 month at 43 W Park Ave., Lake Wales, for the community since 2005. He has a website at http://sites.google.com/site/Cbmoinclakewalesfi/. for 4 classes or $60 for 8 classes of 863-589-5689.
instruction, and may be paid at the City Mid-Florida Scribes. Networking, and Sunflower Garden. $7 per person.
of Lake Wales Cashier's Office, 201 West E Friday, Sept. 13 advice and support to writers of all Senior Citizens age 65-plus are$3.50.
Central Ave., LW. Cash, checks or major genres, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., Schoenoff Teachers and military with ID are
credit cards accepted. Payments of cash Lake Wales Main Street meeting, Meeting Room. Group meets the second $3.50. Children under two are free. or check may be made at class. Call 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m., Care Center Youth Saturday of the month. Contact 863- Explorations V Children's Museum, 863-678-4004. Coffee House, Park Avenue. For more 325-6964 or visit http:I/www. 109 North Kentucky Ave., Lakeland,
information, email info@lakewales Mid-FloridaScribes.com. 863-687-3869.
WackyWednesday, Applesauce mainstreet.com. Terrific Tuesday, Fall Lea Matching,
Muffins, 10:30 a.m. $7 per person. 0 Monday, Sept. 16 10:30 a.m. $7 per person. Senior
Senior Citizens age 65-plus are $3.50. Open Knitting & Crochet Group Citizens age 65-plus are $3.50.
Teachers and military with ID are free and welcome to all fiber crafters Staff Development Day, Student/ Teachers and military with iD are $3.50. Children under two are free. with some experience, very little Paraeducator holiday, Lake Wales $3.50. Children under two are free. Explorations V Children's Museum, instruction provided. Participants in Charter Schools, Polk County Public Explorations V Children's Museum, 109 North Kentucky Ave., Lakeland, the free open knitting and crochet Schools. 109 North Kentucky Ave., Lakelanid,
863-687-3869. group may not attend the knitting or 863-687-3869.
crochet classes without paying the Interm Report distribution week
Library Board Meeting at the Lake class fee. Open knitting and crochet 16th to 20th, all schools. Lake Wales City Commission
Wales Library, 290 Cypress Gardens is held each Friday night, 5:30 in the Meeting, 6 to 8 p.m., Municipal
Avenue from 11 a.m. to noon. library's main lobby, 863-678-4004. Magical Monday, Where the Wild Building, 201 W. Central Avenue.
Things Are, 10:30 a.m. $7 per person. Length of meeting is approximate.
Pickleball open to all from 11 a.m. to Fish fry every Friday, 6 to 8 p.m., Senior Citizens age 65-plus are $3.50. This meeting can also be viewed live
1 p.m, at Kirkland Gymnasium, 409 N. B Street Community Center, Teachers and military with ID are on Comcast Channel 6 at 6 p.m.; or
3rd Street every Monday, Wednesday, 863-679-8091. $3.50. Children under two are free. Brighthouse channel 622, Comcast
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Veterans Affairs, B Street Community Jewelry show to benefit the Lake Following Monday at 7 p.m., following
Center, 1 to 3 p.m., 863-679-8091. Wales Depot Museum from 11 a.m. Recreation Advisory meeting to Wednesday at 2 a.m. Also available
to 2 p.m. at LIncontro, 35 S.R. 60 W discuss playground equipment from through city website: www.cityof Lake Wales Planning and Zoning Jewelry designed by JulieKate Studio 6 to 7 p.m. lakewales.com, to Video on Demand
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Volunteer opportunities abound in Polk


Servapalooza shows what's available in Polk for those who want to lend a hand

ByJEFF ROSLOW"
JROSLOW@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM

There were plenty of people who
wanted to serve in Polk County and they
sweated Saturday to prove it.
At Sun 'N Fun, hundreds of people
showed up at Servapalooza. It was
the first event of its type that featured
booths of organizations and businesses
in Polk County that need volunteers to
serve their clients. Even on a day when PHOTOS BY JEFF ROSLOW
temperatures were in the mid-90s and
humidity was ever-so present, people Kadaijah Simpson took-a few minutes from
came out to see how they could help. the Faith in Action booth at Servapalooza
"We're here to see what we can do," Saturday to get a picture of her with Clifford
said Kayla Dodd, a Lake Region High the Big Red Dog.
student and member of the Interact
Club there.
About 30 members of the club that
started in April were at the event
Saturday visiting booths to see where AJ Panepinto, 9, watches the flap on the wing as he controls it from inside the experimental they could volunteer, plane at Servapalooza Saturday.
"We meet every other Tuesday and shopping and errands, light meal prepawe see what we can do for community ration, food baskets, light housekeeping, service," she said. yard work and help with paperwork.
Last year, they helpedwith the Iron "We have volunteers drive people to Man event in Haines City. She said they the hospital, the doctor, shopping. We are looking at Habitat for Humanity, make deliveries to them," McMillan looking into helping with the Girl Scouts said. and Saturday they were hoping to find On Tuesdays they deliver about a more opporttimities. week's worth of food to clients and
"We'll just see what we can do," she on Thursdays, they deliver fruits and
said. vegetables. She said altogether there are
Among the approximately 80 booths, about 300 people.
present from organizations were Faith in Action is also planning a
people who may not have even known fund-raiser to expand its facility in it existed, let alone that they needed Lakeland. From 2-4 p.m. on Sept. 29, volunteers. One of those is the Polk there is a Taste in Faith event where County History Center. tickets are $25 each. The money is to Coe, e te al i s w Corner"We want people to know there is a go toward. expanding its facility at 1230 stone, enjoyed the alligator mask her son,
history center," said intern Jeff McNiven, Ombundro Ave., Lakeland. It will take Tor! Whiting (left) and Kayla Dodd lead a Dexter Alired made Saturday at Servapalooza. currently an online student at the place at the Coleman-Bush Building, Club from Lake Region High School, Saturday at University of West Florida. 1104 Martin Luther King Ave., Lakeland.
Before he started to intern there in the "I'm going to try to build a house Servapalooza at Sun 'n Fun. last few months, McNiven said he went in front of this one," McMillan said, there one time. showing a picture of the facility. "This
"I didn't even know it existed," the could be a place where volunteers have Lakeland resident said. a place to train, meet together."
The history center is opening a Civil Cornerstone Hospice representative War exhibit on Sept. 27, and will be on GinnyWolfe, a community relations display until April. Coming there soon coordinator, said about mid-way, will be a display of historic Polk County through the event, about a dozen people residents which will be on loan from the filled out forms to be volunteers and a Smithsonian Institution. few dozen have expressed interest in
Currently the history center is look- the organization. She said-dozens more ing for collections assistants, library painted rocks they had on hand for assistants and docents. McNiven said he decorations for their patients. has gotten a number of inquiries during "We're always getting more patients the afternoon from his booth that was in and we always need more volunteers," Hangar A. Wolfe said. Leslie Laguerre, a student at Lake Region High,
Faith in Action executive director In Polk County, Carrie Hess, the puts the string into her cow mask Saturday at Mildred McMillan said her organization volunteer specialist, said there are about Servapalooza. She was with the SWAT Team. had dozens of people say they're inter- 235 patients and about 100 volunteers, pets, help in the office and wherever ested in helping that organization. Volunteers do so much for the organi- they can use them. The organization helps those who are zation that it is literally dependent upon "We are always struggling for volun- Matthew Grizia, 6, thinks he has this machine chronically ill, frail, elderly and home- them. Most patients live at home so teers," Hess said. "And we always have figured out on how it works as he points at an bound remain independent. deliveries go to them. And volunteers ways to help as much as anyone wants object on it while his brother, Ben, 9, pushes
They help with transportation, take them shopping, take care of their to help." the switch.




Bells for firefighters next month

For the third year, the entire country Foundation, other fire departments, "It is with great sadness that we ring bells signal the beginning or end of is invited to come together as one and community groups from coast to these bells for fellow firefighters who a call, they also were used to notify community to honor the memory coast in this poignant tribute as part have fallen in the line of duty. It allows department members that one of
of those firefighters who died in the of the National Fallen Firefighters us to reflect on the ultimate sacrifice their own had died while serving the line of duty and reassure their loved Memorial Weekend. they have made for their communities. community," explained Chief Ronald
ones that their firefighter will not be The moment of remembrance It is my hope and desire to never have Siarnicki, executive director of the NFFE
forgotten by participating in the-Bells will occur at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 6, to ring a bell again because of a fire- Hundreds of fire departments, Across America for Fallen Firefighters at all Lakeland fire stations and at fighter perishing while serving." said places of worship and other groups remembrance. participating locations throughout the Lakeland Fire Chief Gary Ballard. participated in Bells Across America
The Lakeland Fire Department will Lakeland area. This day also marks the "The ringing of bells has a powerful for Fallen Firefighters over the past two join the National Fallen Firefighters beginning of Fire Prevention Week. meaning to firefighters. Not oniy do years.






Wednesday, September 11, 2013 The News Page 9


Webber, Warner football clash a 'dream come true"

By BRIAN ACKLEY between two county schools.
BACKLEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM He noted that he has close friends on
both sides of the lake, so that made things a Pregame festivities
Of the more than 5,000 people at Legion little difficult in deciding who he would root for the inaugural
Field Saturday night for the first ever for Saturday, although he did admit that Lake Caloosa Clash
Webber Warner "Caloosa Lake Clash," there there was still asofts sot for Webber. ,. included acerewas one spectator who had particular inter- He started the game sitting on the monial game ball
est in the historic college football game. Webber sideline, but got an unexpected being "flown" in by
And not just because he's one of the area's chance to move to Warner's side of the a parasailer from
most well-known and respected football field when a bank of lights suddenly went tefre yrs
minds. It's because there might not ever otleinhescdqurr.Garden's water ski have been Saturday night if not for current "I think I was the only person at the team.
Lake Wales football coach Rod Shafer. stadium who knew how to fix it," he joked .1 WE
"It was really exciting to see it. It was He said Warner's recent addition of the "PHOTOS a dream come true," Shafer said. It was sport is a harbinger of things to come in BY ROBERT
BLANCHARD
Shafer, who in 2004 left lake Wales High to one of the top college football states in the start the fledgling Webber program, only to country.opotntefoloafotallyrso Silhemgnofvrllaetbreturn to the Orange and Black a few years Southeastern University in Lakeland is opotniti es ynfor atball playrscoSlh agnofoealtln e later when he had the chance to coach his. planning on fielding a team starting in the cotnepaigatrterhg col tween the two schools wasn't as far apart son, Justin, who was a three-year starter for fall of 2014, Other Florida NAJA schools days are over, something that most players as fans might have expected, and there the Highlanders before accepting a baseball Edward Waters and Ave Maria are current- don't usually get a chance to do. is already excitement being built for a scholarship at the University of Florida. ly fielding teams, meaning the state could "I think Florida will end up being the top rematch in 2014.
Saturday's game, won by Webber 23-0, have its own conference. NAJA region in the country," Shafer said. Warner head coach Jeff Schaumn saw
was the first college football game ever 'It all adds up, Shafer said, to giigmr9Iv6ridt e anrtosatfraln some improvement from his clubs
tine. I told them it would be advantageous season-opening 31-3 loss at Stetson,.but and be a neat thing and exciting for the overall wa's not pleased with the lack of kids. It was fun. It's going to be phenome- discipline by the Royals. nal for kids around here to have a place to "Wweealtebibeerorllhn play close to home to play good football." last week I think,"' said Schaumn speaking to He sid he ocalproram, tO, ~ill reporters after the game. "We hurt ourselves attract kids who might go to a bigger with our own mistakes; we shot ourselves in university, and then decide where they are the foot with stupid penalties." isn't the right place after all.Oealteewr 0pnlishne "They go away and find out they're Oteonlltura night 0 teactieam.de sitting the bench. It's fun running out of Ruoarda upt 127 yard viac infaTion the tunel the first year, but when you Ryl akdu 2 ad i nrcin realize you're not going to play, you get a while the Warriors were just shy of 100 (98). lot of transfers that way too," he added. The Roy als keep to the road next week
The games pageantry included having when they travel to Macon, Ga., to face the game ball "flown" to midfield by a Mercer University. Next Saturday Sept 14,
Cypress Garden's parasailer. On the field, will mark the third straight night game for
it was clear that Webber was the more the Royals to open their inaugural season established program, methodically march- in 2013. Kick-off for the Royals-Bears ing to the win. The Warriors dominated matchup is set for 6 p.m.
*the time of possession, holding the ball The Warriors will return to action on
for 33:18. The Royals were held to 10 net Saturday, as well as they travel to Pineville, Webber athletic director Bill Heath, left, accepts the trophy that annually will go to the winning yards rushing in the game and 122 yards La., as they take on Louisiana College with school. through the air. the game starting at 12 noon.








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Henderson runs wild as Highlanders roll

By DENNIS LATTA field," Shafer stated.
SPORTS CORRESPONDENT And LWHS just can't get the deep snap THIS WEEK
from the center to the holder to work on WHAT: Lake Wales at Daytona Mainland, 7 p.m, Kickoff
The Lake Wales Highlanders should PATs. The Highlanders have scored six RECORDS: Lake Wales is -1, Mainland is 2-0
change their name to the Highwaymen for touchdowns this season. Once, they ran WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT MAINLAND: Ranked as the No. 1 team in the Daytona area by the News Journal
this week's football game. the ball for two points, twice they suc- newspaper there, although only won Kickoff Classic by five and had to rally from a 10-0 deficit in the second half
After opening the season with two cessfully kicked it, once the snap was too last week to defeat Spruce Creek, 14-10... Were ranked No. 6 in the first AP state poll for Class 6A teams A., A
home games, LWHS makes the long trek high for the holder and twice the ball has blocked punt set up the Buccaneers first TD, and thesecond cameon an interception return last Friday ... Kay o
across the state to play at Mainland of bounced back to the holder. That point Hannah is one of the feature backs, had over 100 yards in week one, and had the offense's only TD last week ,an:
Daytona on Friday. Lake Wales is 1-1 after was the difference in the opening 14-13 11 yard run on a reverse play ... Anthony Williams emerged from a three or four man battle in the preSoason
beating George Jenkins 28-12 last Friday loss to Ridge. to get the callat starting quarterback. .
The Hjighanders are tied with Mulberry "That's still a little bit of a problem," WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT LAKEWALES: Agreat test for the Highlanders, who never shy away from
and Poinciana for the best non-district re- Shafer admitted. "We're going to have to scheduling tough non-district games early in the season... Justin Henderson figured to be a feature back
cord in the Class 5A, District 10 standings. work on that." and he lived up to that last week, scoring all four LakeWales touchdowns, including a 55-yd .ru'n.Ad75 ird
Auburndale and Tenoroc are both 0-2. Hiking across 1-4 doesn't bother Shafer touchdown run from Henderson was called back ona penalty ... Highlanders are no on trik p ny however.,
The Highlanders cut down on their as his team plays its only game outside Earnest Hamilton is a threat as' is quarterbackRail.nd Garrett.
mistakes for the win over Jenkins. They Polk County this season. Mainland is THE SKINNY: Playing such tough early season games out of the district is theLake Wales way, getting
had trouble with even the basic things 2-0 with a 35-6 win over Deland and a battle tested for games that "matter.' It's a time that Coach Shafer and staff look for character and leadership to
like the exchange from the center to the 14-10 win over Spruce Creek. Mainland emerge, and for seniors to step forward and take "ownership" of the team. Making the long road trip makes it an
quarterback in their season-opening loss eliminatedWinter Haven in the playoffs even tougher assignment, but don't sell the Highlanders short. They can come home with a win if they keep the
to Ridge. last season. mistakes to a minimum, and get a balanced offensive attack.'
"I thought that overall we did well," "You need to make these trips," Shafer
said Lake Wales coach, Rod Shafer. "Our claims. "You've got to get used to travel.
defense only gave up one touchdown." We always try to get one trip. If you're not
The other TD by Jenkins came on an used to traveling, you lose in the playoffs.
interception return. "On the other one, You've got to learn to focus."
the wide receiver didn't run the pattern," Shafer describes Mainland as a "speed
explained Shafer. team with all kinds of athletes who are real
'We showed a lot of improvement," fast. They just know how to win."
Shafer continued. "I thought we did As for Lake Wales, Shafer is a little
a good job of controlling the line of disappointed. "I wanted us to be a little
scrimmage. We've just got to keep getting further along. The problem is that we were better." expecting more out of our young kids
The Highlanders had a 74-yard touch- early. On our o-line, we've only got one
down run by quarterback Railond Garrett senior. Our entire defensive backfield is
called back by a penalty juniors. I forgot how young they are."
"We left points on the field. We had a After this road trip, the Highlanders are
touchdown called back and you can't do home again next week for its first district
that. You can't leave those points on the game of the season against Mulberry. '

PHOTOS BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
Right: Highlander The rain couldn't dampen the spirit of the Lake Wales Highlander Band as they performed for
Quarterback Railond the crowd at Friday's game. Lake Wales defeated George Jenkins, 27-12 for their first win of the
Garrett looks up at season.
the official from the goal line. Garret fell
short of the goal line beh rtow ,
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win against George
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game at Legion Field in
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Gators take on Destroyers in Sunshine Conference PAL play

Right: Lake Wales Gator quarterback Jayden Loydd looks to pick up some running
yardage after faking a hand off in action Aug. 31 at Legion Field
as the Gators
hosted the
Lakeland
Destroyers.

Left: D'Quan 7 Medina looks like he has
plenty of teammates to help, but one deterPHOTOS BY ROBERT BLANCHARD mined Lakeland
Not only have the big boys of pro, college and high schools started playing football this season, Destroyer
would-be
so too have the players of the Sunshine PAL conference,*which indudes the Lake Wales Gators tacle
who hosted the Lakeland Destroyers on Aug. 31 at Legion Field. The Destroyers won the varsity tackler is close
game, took the Pee Wee game by a score of 30-6 and also were victorious in the flag game, 27-6. th ps the
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AD V0 C ATECultural differences play into the mix, In that class are the "warning signs," acknowledging that yes, there are times
which is one reason why many times the "cycle" of domestic violence, when abuse stories are fabricated.
people prefer to keep their suffering "It's information, and it's empower- But every time, every victim, every
FROM PAGE 1 quiet, she notes. ing information," she says. person, the approach is the same.
Then there is verbal abuse, which is When a victim reports domestic "You open your door, and you open
lot of focus on women as victims of often just as damaging, and shefeels, violence, often they will latdr change your arms, to the same victims every domestic violence, and Lasater says, often more so, than physical abuse. their mind and wish to drop charges, time, until that aha moment," when "probably 95 percent are women." Sometimes, the verbal abuse can according to Chip Thullbery formerly the victim realizes it's time to make a
"On the whole, one in four have been escalate, eventually, to full blown of the State Attorney's Office. change, she said.
or will be" men involved in a domestic physical abuse. But even in those cases, they are "Hopefully, you've been able to
violence situation, and "one in every "You can't always determine if it is required to take the class to educate provide them that same, consistent and five teens are in abusive relationships" going to become physically violent, them, and the SAO could still reserve reliable information, a safe place to go currently, she adds. sometimes the verbal abuse will start in the right to move ahead with charges, if or resource to go to," she said.
And it's not something that people many ways," she notes, such as com- they see fit. The office of Victim Advocate is such
really want to talk about. ments that are made, supposedly in Many times, Lasater sees the same a new field, Lasater notes.
"It's probably one of the most preva- jest, which contain barbs of sorrow that victims come to her classes, but the Only in the last few years have prolent crimes in the community, the one pierce the heart. subject matter, the material, never grams been adapted and specifically
that goes unspoken the most," she said. The perpetrator will say "just teasing changes. geared toward helping the victim heal
As for why this appears to be you- you need to grow thicker skin," "I've had some people come in and and find a way out of the abuse.
the case, there is one thing to be she says. sign multiple waivers. It's the same Previously, the work was done by
considered. And does her heart break when she information, over and over, it's steady, social services or psychologists.
"Domestic violence is probably one hears the stories of the victims and the it's consistent, it lets the victim know Lasater notes that most people who of the most difficult crimes to prose- pain they've experienced? this is what abuse is." work in the field of domestic violence
cute," she says. I "Every day," she said. "Most of the time it is the perpetra- victim advocate tend to do it because
"In past years, what happens in your "I teach a class twice a week about tor who is not willing to change. You they are very passionate about helping home is your business." what domestic violence is," she notes. never give up on a victim," she said, people.

tongues," a spiritual for church, and "too much pride," coupled with the
communication she tried putting desire to "make things work.".
regarded by some makeupon to cover "I had so much fear," she said.
FROM PAGE 1 Pentecostals as her bruises. She has some advice for those who
communication It was excruciat- are living in an abusive situation.
"Because I really loved him, and with God, a spiritual ing, she said. "I just sought the Lord with everywhen he wasn't that way, we had a language. "I just couldn't thing I had. If they can just find help,
good relationship. The kids loved him "Then finally he stand to touch my to go to someone they trust, go to
and he was a good father. He, didn't like grabbed me by the face,"., she said. someone who would really help, it's
the way he was, but he couldn't control arm and took me in "Everyt ing a very touchy situation," she says,
himself. He never abused the children," the master bed- healed very fast, it noting it needs to be be "someone with
she said. room. He made me shocked me how compassion."
Her military man had a "dark side," look in the mirror fastit. dheal," she But in the end, it is the victim who
she adds. and said 'now look notes* needs to seek the help, she notes.
"I knew it was when he was drinking, what your God has Then she prayed "Somebody can't make you doit. You
if he would get to drinking, when he done for you.'" she =' and asked God, "If have to be tired of it. You have to get
was drinking, he was vicious." said, weeping, even you see that this to the place where you can get out of,
And then he wouldn't remember though it has been isn'tgoingto get any it ... it has to be the victim's decision,
what he had done to her, she said. decades ago. better, you can have him put me out." because if it is just people trying, it
"He would have black-outs." That's when she fell to the floor, she "Because I was praying for a miracle," might backfire," she notes.
She never ended up in a hospital, she said. she said. And what can families, friends, and
said. "I felt my spirit come back into my "TWo weeks later he started up again, coworkers of abuse victims do to help.
"He would threaten, he'd put a knife body, then he picked me up and was but then I got up and went out in the them?
to my throat one time and by then, I going to start again," she says. living room, and he told me that I was ,I had people support me," she said.
had accepted the Lord in my heart, Her son came into the bedroom to going to have to go. I said I am not, "People who had:beenthrough simso I was praying for him and I was stop him from hitting her again. leaving this house, he took me'by the lar situations, church family theffbseeking God for him and praying for-his "He came in and he stopped him. neck and called my pastor and said, 'if justreced, out and helped however deliverance," she noted. Then I got up and I went over and was you don't come get her, you are going they could help, yet they knew they
But the worst was yet to come. sitting on the side of the bed, and my to find her out in the yard with.her could go so far. Justlike my mentors:...
There was one big attack, "The last 12-year-old daughter came in, and brains blown out."' they took me into their home. I never,
one before I got out of it." when I looked up, she screamed. My She ended up then living with friends had to go looking for psychiatric hel P.
"He had came home and was just re- face was just purple all over. My eye from the ministry for about a year,,she When we would pray about-it, whatever ally way out of his head, he was drunk, was shut. It was just gory looking. He said, eventually able to get an apart- it was, it might not happen instantly he was just terrible," she said. got up and went out of the room then, ment of her own with her children. but it would work out."
Her children, the youngest of which and was sitting in-the chair in the After 25 years, it was finally over. Her concern Was that her friends not at the time was 12, had friends over, kitchen. I was sitting on the side of the "Then I separated from him." get her to be so dependent on them who were spending the night, and hay- bed. I felt something inside me saying "The Lord let me know not to go that she couldn't handle things-on her ing a good time together, she recalled. 'you've got to forgive him. I knew it was back," she said. own.
"That night about midnight, when he the Lord and I had to forgive him."' she But like many other cases of abuse, Abuse victims need to be allowed to came home, he was cussing and carry- notes. even her leaving was problematic. make their own decisions, she says.
ing on. The dark side was really adark Her husband sat in the kitchen, "He'd be crying, making all kinds of She said that as a victim, she went
side, bad. When he got into bed, he just staring, looking straight ahead. promises to go to church. Right away, through just wanting "normal," to "be, kept on. I was tired of it. I just raised "I put my head in his lap, and said I I felt a warning not to go back. And I treated just like every day." my arm and I started praising God, and forgive you and the Lord has told me I couldn't understand for a long time, Her calling now, she notes, is thatof after he grabbed me by the arm then, have to forgive you. 'There's something I don't understand ... I prayed for his what is known in some church circles and pulled me up out of the bed. When else inside of you that's causing you to deliverance. The Lord says 'he had his as a "prayer intercessor." he had me up I had always kind of do this,"' she told her husband. chance for deliverance, but he didn't "That's praying for people and
feared the other attacks, you never Her daughter asked if she wanted choose it."' seeking God for them," she said.
saw any marks." her to call her friends from her church She had four children. "That's my main calling."
"I thought-Idon't-thinkI 'could take deliverance ministry, : She loved her kids, she said, and Through it'all, she has remained true
it if it was just beating. The first time "And I told her no, it's all over, there's she felt like they needed some kind of to what she believes, she notes. he hit me wasin my face. I co6u .,t no reason for you to call her now. stability in their lives. "The main thing is the Lord, he's
feel anything, it didn't hurt. I had inthe Then my face was all bruised up and "That was the only stability I could the one that brought me out of it. My body, and out-of body experience. I was everything." give them was to be there for them and testimony is he took me out of the
taken up, and lookingdown, and he just She was supposed to work at the to protect them," she said. pit of hell and set my feet on the solid
kept hitting me. church. Going back to her family was not an rock, it's Jesus. That's how I got through
She believdin speaking inn" When Sunday came, she got ready option, she said, noting perhaps it was this, he's always been there for me."

The lease agreement is automati- the additional parking is appreciated
PA I cally renewed every year unless either by theater patrons, thus serving as a
party notifies the other 60 days prior valuable asset to the city.
FROM PAGE 1 to its expiration. "It's been very satisfactory from
As with previous years, the city coun- my point-of-view, both as a council
improvements," the determination cil renewed the agreement during the person and a patron of the Ramon,"
of which is left to the city's sole city council meeting earlier this week. Webster Biehl said. "The area has discretion. The council Showed their unanimous been both beneficial to the Chamber
Since 2009, the city has maintained support for the lease agreement with and the Ramon in terms of economic fOr reading the
the property by leveling its surface no objections, allowing for its automat- activity downtown." and providing lighting and parking ic renewal without a council vote. In the last couple of years, the Heartlaind Newspapers
bumpers. Vice Mayor Diana Webster Biehl, theater has experience a growth in .1111
The city annually renews the lease who also serves as President of the. attendance. Quarterly murder mystery agreement with the Chamber, which Board of Directors of the Ramon dinner shows are often sold out, as are Lake Wales-Frostproof
leases the property to the city at a cost Theater, showed her full support for acts during the annual music Series in Bartow-Fort Meade of one dollar per year. .the lease agreement, claiming that January, February and March. ________________






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List of resources.

FOR ALL EMERGENCIES, CALL 1860 S. Crystal Lake Drive, Lakeland,
911 FIRST. FL. For more information, call
Florida Domestic Violence 1-863-534-4350
Hotline 1-800-500-1119 Florida Council Against Sexual
Florida Coalition Against Violence- 1-888-956-RAPE (7273), O I NW,
Domestic Violence-www.fcadv.org 1-850-297-2000 or visit www.fcasv.org Two 19-year-old males entered the Palms Internet caf6 brandishing a baseball
National Dating Abuse Helpline Cyber Tipline (National Center bat and a handgun. One suspect swung the bat at a computer screen while
1-866-331-9474 for Missing and Exploited Children) the other pointed the gun at Customers. One customer, 71-year-old Samuel
To learn about abuse, dating 1-800-843-5678 or visit www.missing Williams, took action. Williams pulled out his.380-cal. pistol and fired at Henabuse, the cycle of violence, and for kids.com derson. Both intruders suffered non-life threatening gunshot wounds and
more information helpful to those Polk County Victim Advocates: SE fled. They were later arrested and treated for their injuries. One suspect later experiencing abuse, visit www. District 1-863-534-6291, NE District, said their plan had been to"barge in, get the money and leave" and he"never loveisrespect.org. 1-863-420-2564, NW District 1-863- expected anyone to be armed!' (The Blaze, Marion County, FL, 7/17/12)
Learn more about child abuse 577-1600, SW District 1-863-499-2400
and how to recognize the signs; visit *-Guardian Ad Litem Program, It was about midnight when 66-year-old Rosa Myles' nightly prayers were inwww.DontMissTheSigns.org. Learn 10th Judicial-Circuit, Bartow. terrupted. She heard a noise coming from the back of her home. Myles, who
how to report child abuse, 1-800-962- 1-863-534-4605 must use a walker to'get around, went to investigate when a man suddenly
2873, TDD 1-800-453-5145, orvisit TREATMENT PROVIDERS lunged at her with a knife. The man pushed Myles and demanded jewelry and
FloridaAbuseHotline.com. Polk County Health and Social money. He followed her to the bedroom where Myles kept some cash. As he
Florida Abuse Hotline Services (limited to Medicaid or stood counting the money, Myles was able to retrieve her gun and shot the
1-800-96ABUSE people with an inability to pay) man twice. The 19-year-old suspect was later arrested and arraigned on first
SPeace RiverVictim Services 1-863-519-3744 degree home invasion and assault with a charge of intent to rob while armed.
1-877'-688-5077 Winter Haven Hospital Behavioral (The Muskegon Chronicle, Flint, MI, 7/3/12)
.Peace River Domestic Violence "Health 1-863-294-70621:
l!* Peace3River Domesti"olenc Healt 12- 7062s SJohn Mutter was asleep in his bed around 2:15 a.m. when he was awakened
Shelters iLakeland, 1-863-413- ACCESS Crisis Service by a man with a shotgun pointed at his head. Mutter, a paraplegic living alone,
2700 *24 Hour Crisis Line; Sebring 1-800-723-3248 kept his own gun nearby for protection. He quickly grabbed his gun and fired
1,863-386-1167 *24 Hour Crisis Line Women's Resource Center .' multiple times killing the intruder. Police investigating the incident believed
**Collect cal s are accepted. 1863294-5318 the man had entered the home looking for medication, money or anything of
SPeace RiverCrisis Stabilization value. (The Columbus Dispatch, Johnstown, OH, 7/22/12)
Unit 1-863-519-3747
Peace River Crisis Response Team Gerald Mirto, 67, heard noises coming from his backyard and went to inves-Available 24/7 1-863-519-3744 or tigate. When he noticed the screen door had been broken, Mirto spotted the
toll free 1-800-627-5906 culprit standing just outside. The 25-year-old suspect was not wearing any
Peace River: If you are in a crisis clothing and was asked to leave repeatedly. There was a struggle in which Mirand inneed of immediate treatment, to was bitten in the arm and punched in the head. Mirto was able to escape
please calithe 24-hour crisis line and retreat to the second floor of his home where he retrieved a handgun. He
1-863-519-3744 or 1-800-627-5906 then found the intruder attempting to steal his television.The intruder report* Rape-Recovery and Resource edly instigated a second physical altercation. That is when Mirto shot the man
Center Lakeland 1-863-413-2707 *24 in the chest. Police apprehended the intruder a short time later. (Milford Patch,
Hour Crisis Line; Sebring 1-863-386- Milford, CT, 7/23/12)
1169 *24 Hour Crisis Line
A 19-year-old male allegedly knocked on the door of a rural home early one
PeacesReveryDomestc Vinc 'morning with ill intent. When the homeowner came to the door, the suspect Support Group.-.Meets every threatened the man with a gun and stole $150 in cash and his licensed medical
Monday 6-7:30 p.m., at Peace River marijuana. The man didn't stop there. Instead of leaving the residence, he conCenter's Rape andResource Center, tinued to threaten the homeowner by pointing his gun through the dog door.
: -The homeowner retrieved his own firearm and shot the suspect six times. He
was taken to the hospital for treatment and is expected to be charged after his release. (KOAT7, Taos, NM, 7/16/12)

A man entered Smith's Marketplace one afternoon and purchased a knife. Police say the man then used the knife as a weapon and attacked several people. One victim was stabbed in the abdomen while another was stabbed in the head and arms. All the while, the knife-wielding assailant had been yelling at his victims that they had "killed his people." Before he was able to locate another target, a citizen with a concealed firearm intervened. The man with the knife was told to drop his weapon or be shot. He complied and was detained until police arrived. (ABC4, Salt Lake City, UT, 4/27/12)

When a homeowner heard noises coming from the first floor of his home, he called out. One of two intruders reportedly identified himself as a police officer so the resident descended the stairs to investigate. One man hurled a hatchet at the homeowner, but missed. The resident fought back and fired a shotgun striking one of the intruders. Both men fled upon hearing the gunshot. The wounded suspect was later arrested when he sought medical treatment. (Kitsap Sun, Tacoma, WA, 6/28/12)

Ruby Hodge, 89, heard someone knock at her back door twice before she decided to answer. By the third knock, however, Hodge heard the door being kicked in. The intruders, two males ages 31 and 42, entered her home and went into the guest bedroom opposite her own. When they turned around Hodge had her .38-cal. pistol waiting. Both men fled, but were later caught. Sheriff Fred Knight said, "1 was just amazed. When she told me she met the intruders with a handgun pointed at them, she said they went out faster than they came in. She is my hero!" (SCNOW, Blenheim, SC, 7/24/12)





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P OL I CE The information is gathered from police, sheriff's office, Florida
LJJHighway Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.



White rocks in pocket lead to arrest

Compiled by KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ valued at just over $49. He was taken was given a counterfeit $10 bill. Retail theft at Walmart
KLBERKOWT@HEARTANDNEWSPAPERS.COM into custody and later transported to He said around 8:51 p.m. Sept. 3, a the Polk County Jail. The merchandise cashier received a counterfeit $10 bill A woman was arrested for retail theft A man at a car wash was arrested one was recovered, from a customer. The cashier observed at Walmart after she allegedly entered
night on alleged cocaine charges, the the $10 bill and advised the customer the store and removed a purse and walLake Wales Police department reports. Driver arrested for DUI it was a counterfeit bill. The cashier let from the shelves. The woman placed
According to reports, on Sept. 3, marked the $10 bill with a pen and the wallet in the purse and passed all
Lake Wales Police were conducting On Sept. 3, police located a black confirmed the $10 bill was a counter- points of sales and was apprehended
preventative patrol and as they passed Ford pickup that had been reported as a feit. The manager advised officers that by loss prevention. Total amount stolen the BP at Scenic and Wiltshire, observed reckless driver, the customer comes into the Gate gas was $30.88, police-reported. The suspect
a male inside the old car wash lighting The vehicle and driver were found station on a regular basis. This case is was transported to the County Jail something near his mouth. Officers at Kiwanis Park, and the driver had pending. without incident.
conducted a citizen encounter, and the just parked as officers were coming up subject claimed he had just lit a ciga- behind it. The driver admitted to having rette. There was no cigarette nearby or "two beers" and reeked of alcoholic bevin his possession, and when they asked erage, police say. Reports note he was why he would throw down a brand new put through the field sobriety testing cigarette, he did not have a satisfactory and did not perform them to standard. answer, reports say. He was arrested and taken to Potlk
With verbal consent to search, a County Jail and submitted to a breath cigarette pack was located in his pants test, which confirmed he was indeed pocket, and there were wrapping papers intoxicated, according to reports. The and a white rock-like substance, officers case was closed by arrest. note. Reports say the white substance A( surance
field tested positive for cocaine. The Motorist cited for no driver's man was taken into custody and trans- license and speeding ERS J
ported to Polk County Jail. TRAVEL
On Sept. 3, officers were working
It's a staple gun, traffic on S.R. 60 and clocked a van that
not a firearm they said was speeding. The van was A tA
stopped at S.R. 60 and 2nd Street. The & E
On Sept. 3, an anonymous caller driver, a woman, did not have a license.
contacted the police department She was issued a citation for unlawful GH
regarding a possible gun case laying in speed and a criminal citation for no 1 A P
the road near Scenic Hwy. and Burns driver's license. She had no past crimi- L W F
Avenue. nal record and was given a court date.
Officers arrived in the area and lo- She called a licensed driver to remove ( 7 L &
cated'a black plastic case and a profes- the vehicle. w e b r e
sional style stapler, not a gun. The items
were turned in as found property. Burglary to residence
Red golf cart is gone On Sept. 4, Lake Wales Police responded to a residential burglary at
According to police reports, on Crystal Avenue. According to reports,
Sept. 3, LWPD officers responded to the victim reported her residence burSouth Lakeshore Boulevard regarding a glarized some time during the hours of stolen golf cart. 9 a.m. on Sept. 3 and 2 a.m. on Sept. 4. N
This is a rental property and the red Police say no forced entry was found. 1997 Club Car brand cart was parked Stolen was a 42-inch plasma TV, which under the carport. Police say the victim was a month behind in rent, as the left around 9 p.m. Sept. 2 and returned victim was renting the TV from Aaron's. around 9 a.m. Sept 3, at which point, Also stolen was an apple iPad, which N "
they noticed the cart was gone. police note she said she was not worried about since the screen was cracked.
Shoplifter arrested A F
Counterfeit turns up at Gate
On Sept. 3, officers met with loss Cu e i turns up at Gate B
prevention employees at Walmart, Police say a counterfeit $10 bill
2000 State Road 60 E., regarding a turned up at the Gate gas station. a
shoplifter. According to reports, around 9 a.m. ,
They learned that a man was ob- Sept. 4, officers were dispatched to 2950 x
served by loss prevention concealing Ridge Way in reference to a counterfeit merchandise and walking out of the $10 bill. Upon arrival, officers made RAW0
store without purchasing the items. contact with the general manager, who Reports say he had merchandise stated the night cashier advised him she 00




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1Perkins Restaurant
I By CATHY PALMER Photos by Al Palmer
You M eal I Correspondent
With this ad. I Now that construc- All the foods and baked goods are prepared on
Presentthiscoupontothecashieratthe imeofsaleandreceive % tion on State Road 60 site and the meals are prepared to order.
discount off your total bill (including entrees, drinks, side items and desserts). "We only fix food as it is ordered so it is always
Coupon expires September 30,2013. Valid'only at participating winding down, Perkins fresh," he said.
*Perkins Restaurant and Bakery locations.wnigd nPrnsfeh"esa.
,,1 150 E. Van Fleet Drive, Restaurant in.the Bartow A visitor can't help but be lured to the bakery
Centerisunveilingitsnew goods. They are displayed in a lighted cooler right
o w menu offerings, accord- in the center of the store.
~I~EMI0)SIuu5 niyr lancin the~o PesutrshaYe a[ realcpain favorite"or
l ing to manager Richard "Pies are our best selling desserts," the manager
the ..io orgedo, h d a n Sae if a
*l---'-- o b Troyer. says. "Especially our chocolate French silk pie. That's
16 011 1111 i11i--11,- i "We're launching the Perkins Restaurant Manager Richard Troyer a relfv it.
and Assistant Manager Lorraine Fliszar
new menu, along with The pies sell for $10.99 to $13.99. Other pies
the other 500 restaurants in the chain," Troyer -said, prepared on site are the wild berry, apple, peanut butuat et & e e "And we're hoping this new menu will delight our ter, key lime, banana
I.avala Dfflhxs& eda guests.'We're very excited about it." cream and lemon
He hastily adds that the old favorites on the menu meringue.
Je: -0, A'(M4! are still there too.. Other specials
"We just wanted to give people a fresh new take on the menu now
155 Main St., Bartow on what we've done for years." are the fall featured
863.533.6947 TAKE, 50% FF onwa ev on o er. umknsieot
-lOam-8pm, Mon through Sat 3.2ND ENTREE usThe new $4 to $8 specials include the Fabu- pumpkin spike oatCATERING-AVAILABLE : .................. ......... lous 5, a $4 offering which features eggs, bacon, meal pancakes and
Van Fleet Drive (State Road 60) in Bartow
sausage and egg burrito, most of the $6 offerings are pot pie.
sandwiches including the tuna melt and big BLTs, "For breakfast we've also got a meal for anyone
and the $7 featured breakfast plate is a mushroom with a hearty appetite called the Tremendous 12. and Swiss cheese omelet with sides and for lunch It includes three eggs, four pancakes, four slices of or dinner, a meatloaf melt, all capped off by the bacon or sausage links and a side of hash browns or $8 dinner "Double Catch" featuring cod filets and fresh fruit. Add it up, and it's 12," he said. Other jumbo shrimp. Also coming in at $8 is a fabulous favorites are the Tangler Burger featuring deep fried meatloaf, chipolte jack burger. onion curls or our Belgian waffle platter.
LUNCH The family restaurant has been open in Bartow Perkins also offers take-out service by calling
Mon.-Fri. l1ani-2pm for more than a dozen years, Troyer says. It is at 150 863-533-9688.
4 k DINNER
Fri.-Sat. 5pm-8pm E. Van Fleet Drive. The restaurant which features a Aside from the broad menu, Perkins offers a
cozy, country dcor with booths or tables will seat mini-library where patrons can buy books for $1 or as many as 130 guests, including a semi-private din- $2 from which all the proceeds go to a charity "Give ing room that can be booked for special occasions Kids the World" which benefits terminally ill children. CD or club meetings. Perkins also offers the "Dine to Donate" program for
Homemade German Cuisine In addition to the new 'great plate' specials, Troyer churches, civic organizations or school groups. That
& German Draft Beer
863-5371-7190 says, Perkins also offers its delectable desserts and program, once initiated by the group, will funnel 10
135 E. Main St.. Bartow, FL 33830 breakfast treats. percent of the total patron's bill back to the organiza"We've even got a special in our baked goods," tion, Troyer said. he said recently "If you buy three muffins or cookies, "It's another way for us to help our community you get three free." Community and family is what Perkins is all about."



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Just how good are the Bulldogs?



Frostprooffootball team scores second straight easy win

By BILL ROGERS again by a holding penalty and had to
BROGERS @HEARTLANDENEWSPAPERS.COM punt. THIS WEEK
A Tenoroc turnover led to Frostproof's WHAT: Frostproof at Mulberry
Frostproof won easily for the second first score. After the punt, the Titans WHEN: 7 p.m kickoff Friday in the Phosphate Bowl
straight week as both their offense and took over on their own 21. On first RECORDS: Frostproof is 2-o,,Mulberry is lM.
defense accounted for a 53-6 romp over down the ball was snapped over the WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT MULBERRY: The Panthers needed a 47-yard field goal in the dying seconds of
Tenoroc Friday night at Farris Brannen head of quarterback Dylan Sirmon- a 10-7 win over Avon Park, which might indicate that the Bulldogs could have a third straightpushove' on its.
Stadium. Wright and Bulldog linebacker Cecil schedule. But that might not necessarily be the case. Mulberry played Fort Meade tough in Week One, falling
The Bulldogs actually got off to a little Cherry recovered the loose ball in the just 16-0, and has a massive offensive line that helps the running game and ball-control offense. Mulberry's bit of a slow start before the offense end zone for the touchdown. Lamar only points came on an interception return, meaning the Panthers haven't scored an offensive TD so far in the
kicked into high gear. Frostproof has Bobb kicked the extra point to make it regular season. Lost its Kickoff Classic at Sebring, 55-7.
had the benefit of having two of its eas- 7-0 at the 5:06 mark of the. first quarter. WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT FROSTPROOF: The Bulldogs have responded just about how you might expect, ier games at the front end of its unusual The Bulldogs' defense got into the with two dominating wins against lesser opponents in weeks one and two. Mulberry is a step up, but still not
schedule which also includes a bye on scoring act again as Marcus Bobb inter- at the level Frostproof will see later this season when it starts district play, although the first district game
the final week of the regular season. cepted a Sirmon-Wright pass and ran out of the gate, Sept. 20 at Bishop McLaughlin, might be the"easiest" game in league play. The other largely
Two weeks ago, also at home, 43 yards untouched for the touchdown. good piece of news from the first two weeks is the fact the Bulldogs have stayed relatively healthy, another
Frostproof had little trouble in defeating The kick failed and the Bulldogs were important consideration as they get deeper into the meat of their slate.
Avon Park, 48-12, leaving Head Coach on top 13-0 with 3:49 left in the quarter. THE SKINNY: Mulberry will be a better gauge of what the Bulldogs can be all about this year,a step up
Price Harris thankful for the chance for Frostproof scored quickly again from Avon Park and Tenoroc. They are always well coached, and like to play physical ball. Despite not scoring
his club to enjoy some early success, on its next possession. Sophomore against Fort Meade, they had a couple of long drives against the Miners that did not result in any points, but
but still wondering just how good they quarterback Xavier Gaines completed they have enough skill and size to control the football at times. Don't expect a 50-point win, but the Bulldogs
can be. a 56-yard pass to Jarviel Hart for the ultimately shouldn't have a ton of trouble, either, in bagging a third straight win.
As for the game Friday, Tenoroc touchdown. Bobb's kick made it 20-0
kicked off and the Titans tried an on- with 33 seconds remaining in the start the second half. The only time the Bobb's kick pushed the lead to 53-6.
sides kick. But the Bulldogs recovered opening quarter and the rout was on. clock stopped was for a coach's timeout Kaleel Gaines closed out the scoring
and took over with good field position In the second quarter, the Bulldogs or an injury for the Bulldogs on a 37-yard run with
at the 50. faked a punt on fourth down to pick up Tenoroc, which was shut out last less than a minute to go in the game.
Frostproof couldn't take advantage a first down and keep the drive going. week, scored its first touchdown of the The extra point failed making the final
though. A 16-yard pass from Xavier Xavier Gaines fired a 41-yard pass to season on the last play of the third quar- score 59-6.
Gaines to Kaleel Gaines put the ball Kaleel Gaines for the score. ter. Sirmon-Wright fired a 16-yard pass Frostproof improved to 2-0 on the
at the 34, but the drive stalled when Frostproof also got touchdowns on a to Nico Gallon for the score. The extra season, while the Titans dropped to 0-2.
Frostproof was called for holding which seven-yard run by Jaylyn McKinney, a point failed to make the score 46-6. The Bulldogs will be on the road for
forced a punt. two-yard run by Cherry and a 21-yard The Bulldogs scored with a little more the next three weeks. They will face
Frostproof couldn't get anything pass from Xavier Gaines to Hart. than seven minutes left in the game Mulberry on Sept. 13.
going offensively on its second posses- For the second week in a row for as Kendrek Hinson took a pitch from (Sun Coast Media reporter Brian
sion. The Bulldogs were stymied once Frostproof., a running clock was used to Gaines and raced 20 yards for the score. Ackley contributed to this report.)






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Pet's obesity, can i mpair health and q uality of life

Obesity is a real problem in pets daily caloric needs of the small dog. their clients on how to help their pet
across America. According to a recent ~ *~Those extra calories are often the dif- lose weight and/or maintain their
survey performed by the Association Dr. CLori Mvur'phy ference between a healthy weight pet body condition to prevent obesity.
for Pet Obesity Prevention, 54 percent and one that is overweight. According This includes discussing what to
of America's pets are overweight or to Dr. Ernie Ward, veterinarian and feed, how much to feed, and how
obese. That's 88.4 million cats and spokesperson for APOP, a typical dog often to feed. Specific recommendogs. Even more distressing is that biscuit fed to a 20 pound dog is the dations for exercise routines and,
many of those owners are unaware that caloric equivalent of a human eating intensity are also needed and often
their pet is overweight. two double-stuffed fudge cookies, and modified to the owner's lifestyle and
Obesity is defined as the excess of ________________ feeding a 40 pound dog a pig ear is the the pet's health. Owners need to be
body fat that is enough to impair health equivalent of a human drinking six compliant and prepared for regular'
and quality of life. Cats and dogs most a lean body condition throughout their 12-ounce cans of soda. Instead of going weigh-ins and consultations with often accumulate extra fat on their ribs, lives could extend their life by up to for these high calorie "junk food" type their veterinarian. A veterinarian belly, and rump. A healthy weight pet two years. treats, fresh green vegetables such As becomes not just the medical expert
should have ribs that are easily felt (not Let's put some numbers to it to string beans and broccoli provide in these cases but Also the pet's a fat pad covering them), a tucked ab- make it more clear how a pet can pack a better alternative that can keep weight coach. domen (not a sagging stomach that you on the pounds. A small dog (suchas calories low and hunger satisfied. In Obesity is a significant health threat can grab), and a visible "hour-glass" a 10-pound Dachshund, Yorkie, or fact, most pets just want the atten- to cats and dogs across America. It waist (not a broad, flat back). Obesity Chihuahua) and cats often need only tion of getting the treat rather than can decrease both the quality and can prompt muscle and skeletal issues, 200-250 calories per day. Whereas, a the actual taste of the treat. quantity of life. It's never too late to heart and respiratory issues, heat and' large dog (such as a 90-pound German One of the greatest challenges get pets to lose weight. Pet owners exercise intolerance, compromise the shepherd) needs around 1,200-1,400 with weight management in pets is should question their veterinarian immune system, and lead to diabetes, calories per day. owners being able to make the right about their animal's weight so that
liver disease, and premature death. A One small dog biscuit can have as decisions about eating and exercise a full health assessment can be life span study conducted by Nesti6 much as 50 calories. Give four of those programs. Therefore, veterinarians performed and specific weight loss Purina proved that dogs that maintain biscuits and you've already reached the play a tremendous role in educating regimens can be started.



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Teaching your dog to come when called

By ELSA LARSEN drive. I thought to myself, if only we That isn't the point. The point is that some freedom but not enough to be an
DOG BEHAVIORIST & TRAINER could channel that. I suggested that you want to have the dog make the irritant to other beachgoers or a danger
Kim buy a special toy that she would association between hearing the word to himself or herself. just remember, Half the fun of going to a dog friendly only use for rewarding Tucker's recall. "come" and good things happening. an unleashed, untrained dog could run beach or park is being able to let your Kim went out and bought him a real- You want to build up the warm and off and get lost, or worse, get hurt. On dog off leash to explore. Many of the istic looking stuffed rabbit. I had her fuzzy. leash or off, happy hiking.
beaches in southern Maine, where I build up Tucker's enthusiasm for this Reward Check-Ins: In addition to live, require that your dog be under time over the course of a couple weeks conditioning the word come, I also voice control. Voice control, in my (see How to Create a Motivating Toy). suggest that you begin to reward your neck of the woods, means when you Finally to really kick in his prey drive I dog for turning and looking at you or call your dog to you, your dog must had her buy rabbit scent at a hunting coming up to you on walks. You can come immediately- not come to you store to rub into the fake rabbit toy. do this on leash or off. You can even in a little bit or not come to you at all. With some really hard work on Kim's do this whenever you are hanging out Taking into consideration that not ev- part we were able to vastly improve on in your house or back yard. I call these eryone who uses the beach or the park Tucker's skill. His recall wasn't good check-ins and I see this behavior as likes dogs, even friendly ones, it is the enough to be able to resume my group precursor to the skill of coming to you dog owners' duty to have them trained walks but it was much, much better. when called. well enough to be able to get their dogs OK, so you've figured out what moti- The Bottom Line: You cannot expect to come to them if there is an issue. vates your dog. Now what? Understand an animal to come running to you To teach a really reliable recall you that the recall is a whole chain of when they haven't been trained to do need to first figure out what motivates behaviors. First you have to teach your so. Getting your dog to reliably come your dog when he or she is outdoors. dog to acknowledge you when you to you when you call requires a lot of Does your dog love butt scratches? Use call him to you. If he doesn't, the rest work both on leash and off. If you are them. Pieces of hotdog? Get some. A just ain't going to happen. The paying the type of person who knows that good game of tug with his favorite toy? attention part is the piece that I have you will never have the time available Bring that toy with you. You're going to my clients work on first. to really practice this skill with your have to have something fantastic on Conditioning the Word "Come:" The dog do yourself and your dog a favor PHOTO PROVIDED
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Big Dawg Deli has New York City feel


Frostproof is still growing Arilyl's Place aims to pamper and please

By JAMES COULTER out and use as conversation starters. ByJAMES COULTER get to the grocery store and that $50 you
FROSTPRooFNEwS@tHArANDNEwsPAPERs.CoM His son's heart for serving others FROSTPROOFNEWS@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM spent on your nails you can't spend on inspired him to open his own deli, which groceries. So I try to make it more affordIf you're looking for an old-style deli has always been a passion of his. Like most women, Ariyl Wilson loves able and more reasonable for people to
where you enjoy hoagies and hot dogs After being a Wnn-Dixie Deli Manager being pampered while having her nails get their toes done." or order fresh-sliced luncheon meat and for the past four years and attending painted. Customers can also receive savings
cheeses, you don have to drive all the the South Florida Community College What she doesn't care for is traveling through daily specials, which are not way to NewYork City. Just drop into Big culinary school in Avon Park, he opened out of town and paying dearly in order to normally offered at other nail salons. Last Dawg Deli in downtown Frostproof. his deli in earlyAugust. do so. month, a 20 percent special was offered
The moment you step inside, you'll feel DeVault started his business as a way to For this reason, she opened her own all month long. Other specials included like you've traveled up North as you enter give back to the community by donating nail and tanning salon on North Scenic 25 percent for teachers, 20 percent for a delicatessen you can only find in the Big his proceeds to the local high school Highway in Frostproof. seniors, and another special for students
Apple. and college. Every month, he will pick a Ariyl's Place Nails and Tanning offers who show their school ID cards.
Take a seat at the lunch counter and day when he will give ten percent of his acrylic and gel nails, manicures, pedi- These specials are announced on the order a fresh salad, sandwich, or wrap, or proceeds towards either institution. cures, leg and arm massages, waxing, salon's Facebook page and Twitter feed purchase luncheon meat and cheese to The support he shows for the com- facial waxing, and tanning. daily, allowing customers much needed
take home. munity is reflected in his deli's name, Big Stepping inside; customers can relax savings.
Enjoy a classic Reuben or Cuban, or try Dawg Deli, which had taken him months and unwind within a beach-like envi- In the future, the salon plans to start any of their specialty sandwiches such to decide. Originally, his family consid- ronment, rich in green and beige colors, a special lady's night where women can as the Pippetti (Italian), Hansen (shrimp ered "Leap of Faith" among other names, while having their nails painted or work- come in with their friends and have p' boy), or Leah Michelle (ground beef but he decided on Big Dawg Deli as a way ing on their tan, all the while receiving the salon all to themselves without any mixture with barbeque sauce, onions, to show support for the local sports team, the personable care and attention they distractions. and sweet relish). the Frostproof Bulldogs, and by exten- deserve. Originally fromWest Palm Beach,
Not hungry for a sandwich? Then have sion, the community at large. "The women are the ones who do Wilson graduated from Mt. Zion
yourself a hot dog topped and served like Timing has been his biggest challenge. everything," Wilson said. "They do the Christian Academy in 1989. those sold up North. Originally, he wanted to open the deli grocery shopping, they pay the bills, and She moved to Frostproof eight years
For a real special treat, try the Hillbilly toward the end of the slow season in they run the kids around. And they need ago where she currently attends Full Sail Fred, a hot dog topped with a sweet order to garner ideas from the snowbirds. time to relax without having any worries. University studying for her bachelor's brown sugar hamburger meat sauce with Despite opening earlier than planned, That's why I want them to come here and degree in Entertainment. When she onions, lettuce, and mustard. his deli has since experienced moderate relax and forget about their worries." graduates, she desires to open her own
All menu items are made from the success. This new salon ensures customers no entertainment business to cater for
freshest ingredients using produce from The deli is a family affair, being run longer have to travel out of town in order festivals and other events. local farmer markets and co-ops. by DeVault, his wife, son, and sister Joni to have their nails done. They can stay In the future, she hopes to expand her
If the deli doesn't have the exact Denby. in town, save on gas, and help generate business with more nail technicians and
sandwich you're looking for, tell them "It's a small, intimate place for friends revenue for the city. additional tanning booths.
What you want, and if they have the and family to stay together," DeVault said. While other salons charge $20 each for Ariyl's Place is located within Market ingredients, they will make it for you. Aside from being a family place, the manicures and pedicures, Ariyl's Place Square in Downtown Frostproof at 215 B.
"We're very easy," owner Thom DeVault deli is also a popular hangout for many only charges $10 each, allowing women North Scenic Hwy.
said. "If you want something and we have high school students. Many of them to receive the tender loving care their Store hours are Monday-Friday 9 a.m. the product we'll certainly make it for volunteer there. nails need without burning a hole in to 7 p.m. Both walk-ins and appointyou." "It's better to hang out, learn here, and their purse. ments are accepted.
Originally a New Jersey native, DeVault get paid than it is to be somewhere on the "This is a small town we're not For more information, call 863-635moved to Frostproof in 2001 where he streets," he said. made of money around here," Wilson 6640, or visit their Facebook (www.face
lives with his wife of 15 years, Cathy. DeVault is not expecting to become said. I know when you go to a nail salon bookcom/AriylsPlaceNailsAndTanning His 13-year-old son, Daniel, is an honor rich through his business, nor does he de- and drop $50, it hurts later when you or Twitter (www.twitter.com/ariylsplace). student at Frostproof Middle-Senior High sire to. He simply wishes to enjoy what he and a brown belt in Tai Kwon Do. Daniel does and use it to help out and support has a heart for serving his community, his community.
especially through Frostproof First Baptist Big Dawg Deli is located in Market
Church. Square at 215 N. Scenic Hwy.
His personal mission began by Store hours are Mondays 11 am. to
handing out his McDonald's Monopoly 3 p.m., Tuesday-Thursday 11 a.m to
piecesto people on the street and 6 p.m., and Friday-Saturday 1 am. to
using itto start conversations about 8 p.m.
his religion. Seeing what his son was For more information, visit their
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PHOTOS BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
Frostproof Chamber representative Wesley Wise wields the "big" scissors to officially cut the ribbon of the city's two newest businesses, The Big Dawg Deli and Ariyl's Place at the Market Square building on North Scenic.



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Wednesday, September 11, 2013 The News Page 21


OBITUARIES LW Dental Clinic receives funding
By BILL ROGERS located at the comer of Scenic Highway
M ary L. Rim erHEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM andWiltshire.
The dental clinic opened in April 2011

Mary L Rimer,. She is survived by her sisters-in-law, The Lake Wales Dental Clinic has at 225 Lincoln Avenue.
10,fae.als Coreceived some much-needed funding It served 1,349 patients in 2012. The
100, of Lake Wales, .Constance H. Hoffman and Eula Faye foalclchrtbergnzin. payor mix last year was 69 percent on a
Fla., passed away -Rimer of MisSouri; and numerous from a local charitable organization. paomxlstyrwa69ecntna
Sunday Sept. 8, nieces and nephews. Mary was preced- The Greater Lake Wales Health Care sliding scale, 20 percent in Medicaid and
Foundation Senc. wil n11 percent commercial.
2013 at her ed in death by her husband, Francis Foundation Inc. will give $30,000 to The staff includes one dentist, two front
residence. M. Rimer; parents, John and Bessie support the operation of the clinic, desk employees and three assistants.
A native of Hoffman; sister, Martha L. Chronister; according to Central Florida Health The money CFHC was requesting is for
Cape Girardeau, and brothers, William D. Hoffman and Care. salaries and to operate the building.
Mo., she moved to John R. Hoffman Jr., all of Missouri. Gaye Williams, CEO of Central In June, State Rep. Mike LaRosa gave an
Lake Wales from She loved to sew, travel, take pictures, Florida Health Care, said her organiza- explanation as to why Gov. Scott denied
Miami, Fla., in attend gem shows, cut and polish tion met with representatives from the the funding request during a LakeWales
1983. After grad- stones and make jewelry. She was a city, community and Foundation met City Commission meeting.
uating from S.E. Mary L. Rimer member of the Imperial Bone Valley to discuss the need for assistance. On 'After the veto process was when we Missouri University she taught school Gem, Mineral and Fossil Society as well Aug. 23 the Foundation approved the kind of understood what the governor was for three years before going to work for as The All Rock Hound Club of America.. expenditure. thinking," LaRosa said at the time. "Truly
the U.S. Government. She worked in Visitation will take place at 9 a.m. "The Foundation recognized the his belief was that it was not a return on Washington, D.C.; NewYork, N.Y; Lima, Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013, at the Golfview great need for dental services in Lake taxpayers' dollars." Peru; Miami and Rio de Janerio, Brazil, Baptist Church with services at 10 a.m. Wales to low income and indigent peo- According to LaRosa, Scott did mention as an Administrative Assistant with the Rev. David Koon officiating. Interment ple and applauds the efforts undertak- that there was money allocated to Polk Federal Aviation Administration for will be held in Miami. I en to meet the need," Williams wrote County's oral health department. The
some 25 years. She was a member of Arrangements are by Marion Nelson in an email to the Lake Wales News. funding is what he felt should have been Golfview Baptist Church in Lake Wales. Funeral Home. The Lake Wales Care Center will act allocated to the LakeWales clinic.
as the administrative entity on behalf
of the Foundation for the disburseEdward Vohn Lillian R. Whaley meant of the $30,000.
CFHC will be reimbursed for the
Jeffords Lillian R. Whaley, 87, of Frostproof, cost of dental procedures less payFla., passed away Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013, ments made by patients. Edward Vohn efforts, 77, of Lake at the Royal Care of Avon Park due to CFHC had requested $200,000 in the Wales, Fla., passed away on Thursday respiratory failure. Arrangements are by 2013-14 budget for the operation of Waet., Fla., passed once TMarion Nelson Funeral Home. the clinic from the Florida Legislature,
Sept. 5, 2013, at his residence. but it was vetoed by Gov. Rick Scott.
Arrangements are by Marion Nelson It is the second year in a row that the
Funeral Home of Lake Wales. Herbert G funding request for the clinic hasereadn g t
H e b r .been vetoed. The Foundation has beenH e rl n
Clydene M murphy 'Herb' Siewertexistence for about 10 years. It came
Clyd ne urp y 'H rb'Sie ertabout as a result of the sale of LakeWales
Medical Center by the parent company Newsp apers
Mrs. Clydene Murphy, 90, of Lake Herbert G. "Herb" Siewert, 81, of ofWinter Haven Hospital to Community Wales, Fla., died on Thursday, Sept. 5, Frostproof, Fla., passed away Tuesday, Health Systems. 2013, at Winter Haven Hospital. Sept. 3, 2013 at the Lake Wales Medical NormanWhite, the president of the Lake Wales-Frostproof
Arrangements are by Johnson Funeral Center. Arrangements are by Marion Foundation, said the primary project it Bartow-Fort Meade Home of Lake Wales. Nelson Funeral Home of Lake Wales. supports is the LakeWales Free Clinic







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FEELIN


National Rehabilitation Awareness Week Celebration
By LAURA ALBRECHT aind injuries or even to sustain exercising
CORRESPONDENT on equipment found in most gyms. The population of
To combat the issues that surround people 65 and older
The National Rehabilitation Awareness injures, eh ab equipment has changed to -is growing fast.
Week celebration runs from Sept. 15-21 mieet tieteeds of disability and patient The growth boom
and more than 6,500 facilities nation- injury Easy access featuresconsisting of is especiallynoted
wide will'observe the occasion. swiveling seats and additional hand grips here in Polk County.
One such organization is Spring Lake improve accessibility. Also, there are fewer People beyond the
Rehab Center. Their story this week is, steps to take for customized adjustments, age of 65 make
about distance and how far they have The near zero starting resistance approximately 25
gone to treat patient disability with found on modern equipment built for percent of the popuadded technology and equipmenrit to the aging-population provides options. nation, according
daily improve patients' lives, to facilitate passive and partial range to the 2010 Census
It's no secret that between 2000 and of motion. This allows rehabilitation to Report.
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States will more than double from or injury or on an ongoing basis for 35 million to 71.5 million and become patients with permanent impairments. the fastest growing segment of the For exercise safety, the newest equipment Exercise is easier to execute and those people combating chronic condipopulation, according to the U.S. Census operates with air resistance. This type of effortlessly tracks patient progress. A tions. Their programs center on patient Bureau. It's also reported that more than resistance overcomes the additional effort simple button press changes the level education in order to control, alleviate and one out of three of all the disabled in the required to lift a static weight at the begin- of resistance. The system uses comput- reduce the symptoms of disease and the U.S. are senior citizens, 65 or older. ning of an exercise and to slow it down at erized technology that sets resistance, marks of disability. There is strong evidence that the chanc- the end of a repetition. It means that older reps and records all activity for report- Ten thousand people per day arees of becoming disabled increases with people can exercise more safely by reducing ing, user feedback and outcomes, turning 65, according to Pew Research. age. In advanced years, a person 80 and stress on joints and connective tissues. The increase of this demographic
older, the disability rate was 71 percent, .To specifically gear for safe senior Making a difference with necessitates a demand for rehabilitation with 56 percent having a severe disability, strengthening, the equipment comes disabling conditions personnel with specialized training in
according to SeniorJournal.com. with range limiters. Motion can now gerontology. The growth boom is espeMany patients have to overcome unique be put within a patient's comfort range Patient need drives the agenda at Spring cially noted here in Polk County. People disabilities that include lack of joint with simple adjustments on movement Lake Rehab. They quickly added cardiac, beyond the age of 65 make approximotion and strength, decreased mobility parameters. And pain with exercise can pulmonary, obesity and lymphedema mately 25 percent of the population, or inability to access exercise equipment be kept within a patient's tolerance. programs to help improve quality of life for according to the 2010 Census Report.


Polk State district Board of Trustees has new leadership

Hospital executive Linda Pilkington, administration, marketing and commu- earnings. The College has doile so much whose support of Polk State College dates nity relations, and has held positions to improve people's lives and so many back nearly two decades, will now serve in higher education, health care and different sections of the community." as chair of its District Board of Trustees. manufacturing. Also unanimously approved at the
Pilkington was unanimously ap- She has a bachelor's degree in meeting was' Trustde'Dan Dorrelli who will
proved fdr the position during a meet- Nursing from the University of the serve as vice chair, replacing Pilkington ing Aug. 26 of the Trustees. She replaces Philippines- and a master'sdegree in the position. Dorrellvwill preside over attorney Mark Turner, though Turner in Teaching Nursing in Biophysical meetings in Pilkingtoni's absence. continues as a trustee. Pathology from NewYork University. The new psft ha partibuli'signif"The College is truly fortunate for .Her other community involvements icance for Dorrell, a member of the the leadership and expertise of our have included the Central Florida College's first graduating class. Trustees," said Polk State-President Regional Plaining Council, Citizen "I was at Polk as a student inthe EileenHolden.- CPR, the Greater Winter Haven first year of its existence. Now, 50 years
Pilkingtoi's involvement with the Chamber ofCommerce, the Haines later, I'm vice chair ofitsDistrict Board Poo PROVIDED
College began nearly 20 years ago when .City-Northeast Polk County Regional of Trustees," he said. "It's a little over- Vera Brady, center, is congratulated by Hospital she served on the advisory board for Chamber of Commerce, Leadership whelming. I don't think that happens Director Brian Stone and Dietitian Jamie Moore. its nursing program. Inri thfe years since, 'Polk; -Leadership Polk Alumni Steering very often. It's very unique and I -still she's also served as chair of the Polk Committee, Polk Academies Advisory haven't gotten over it." Brady selected as
State'Foundation Board, in addition to Board and Finance Committee, Polk Dorrell said he hopes in the next year Employee of the month being a trustee since August 2011. No Vision Quality of LifeTask Force, Polk to secure funding for needed facilities matter her formal title with the College, Works and the school advisory commit- improvements at the College, anid he Vera Brady was selected Employee of through the years she's also been a con- tee of Ridge Career Center. is also eagerly looking forward to.the the Month for July at Lake Wales Medical stant "cheerleader," lending her support "The College gives students the opening of the Polk State Clear Springs Center. Brady, who works in dietary in numerous ways. opportunity to access affordable, Advanced Technology Center in early services, has been with LWMC since
Pilkington is director of community high-quality education," Pilkington 2014 in Bartow, as well as the ground- 1982. In nominating her for the award, a and government relations at Heart said. "Plus, it has a huge economic breaking for the Polk State Center for coworker wrote, "Vera is a dedicated and of Florida Regional Medical Center impact on our entire community Public Safety in Winter Haven. hard-working employee. She is a great
in Haines City. She is also a retired because of its workforce-targeted "We've got some big things going on, team player and always willing to help out registered nurse and has extensive degree offerings, which prepare stu- and they're all very exciting," he said. where she is needed. She is a wonderful experience in nursing education and dents for employment and increased "I'm honored to be a part of it." asset to the department and the hospital."

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Auburndale's Jo
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kill while setting
up what they hope
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defense are Lake
Wales playersKaley
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PHOTOS BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
Members of the Lake Wales girl's varsity volleyball team gather around Head Coach Brenna Hodach in action last weekon Highlander Hill as the orange and black hosted Aubumdale. The Lady Bloodhounds won the match, three games to one. Lake Wales took the second game by a score of 25-23, but lost-the other three games by scores of 25-12, 25-20 and 25-22. The Lady Highlanders are next on the road tomorrow night in Lake Gibson, and will be back at home on Sept. 19 to face Poindana, whom they defeated 3-1 in their season opener at Poindana.













The action was fast and furious at the net. Here, Auburndale's Brooke Hutto and Jordan Snell of I Lake Waits duel.



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perpendicular to the street, about nine i
years ago They had an 18-by-60-foot I
space to work with_ dimensions
similar to the favorite gardens they saw
on their travels. When they moved in,
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possibilities for a new landscape plan
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were also located on lots perpendicular
to the street. We learned that this was
due to the city's policy of taxing homes
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First, they worked with architect Tom
Tingle of Guernsey Tingle Architects
in Williamsburg to design a trellis-like
feature that would become the background for the new outdoor room.
Next, they collaborated with
landscape designer Barbara Schuler
of Creative Garden Design, also in At night, the garden and fountain glow with the softness of LED lighting Williamsburg, to create a garden with
an Italian feel. A fountainhead of space delivered part shade and direct "The camellias are expected to grow roadside construction was harvested Neptune that Bill found at an antique sun and we needed confidence that our large enough to balance the central and-placed under the maple to create a store was used as a centerpiece for the other essential item, Italian Cypress, trellis and provide privacy," says Bill. peaceful carpeted look. sitting area. would thrive in that environment. They Variegated boxwood, fragrant A stone pathway encourages strolls
Last spring, the cypress came down, would grow tall to fill the vertical space, daphne, Golden Nugget barberry with to see the garden and then sit and stumps were ground and the soil was but not grow wide and recreate the contrasting Golden Ruby barberry and relax. prepared. problem of the lesson learned with the heuchera for the shade areas con- Drip irrigation provides efficient wa"The work was a labor of love as I did prior Leyland cypress." tribute interest with leaf patterns and ter use; LED lighting helps the garden
most of the work over months occa- Barbara took the Geibs on visits color. glow, highlighting the fountain at night.
sionally. hiring some of the neighboring to several wholesale nurseries in the Splashes of flowering color are found "At sundown, the garden changes high school-aged young men to help area where they explored and selected in the Sombrero Hot Coral coneflowers and becomes more intimate with the with the heavy workof digging the plants. mixed with Yellow Sand coneflowers. lighting," says Bill.
holes and setting the plants," says Bill. "We wanted plants that would carry A climbing rose called Joseph's Coat "We invite friends to come for dessert During the summer months the the eye from one interest to the other," will frame the central fountain, while and conversation in the early evening.
mammoth trellis was built, all in PVC, says Bill. coreopsis and dianthus are located We found an unusual pitcher plant and
to withstand any outdoor elements. The Italian cypress is spaced with throughout the garden. placed it as a table centerpiece, leading
"Plant selection was complex due Tuscan Flame nandina red winter At the last minute, Marilyn decided to interesting conversations about this
to many of our desires and site condi- color as well as new red spring growth she wanted a restful area with an Asian carnivorous bog plant. tions," says Bill. -,on each side of the central fountain, feel, so a Bonsai Japanese maple and a "It's where we relax, unwind, talk
"Deer snack in our yards so deer- Yuletide camellia, a December red dry riverbed were added to create tran- about our day and enjoy the peace of
resistant plants were a necessity. The bloomer, frames each end. quality. Some sheet moss spotted along our own small piece of the world."

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58 Heart of Paris? Cooperstown S 1 fl i 2 H 0S with garage/workshop & utility kitchen, tiled bathrooms, living LK ROSALIE Great retreat
59 Old Norse poetry 11 Small Asian V H 1 1 3 I 2 1-113 shed. Two BR, 1BA, attached & dining room, privacy fence and very near Lake Rosalie
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located on the canal that throughout, and a circular SECOND FLOOR CONDO State Park. Owner is motivat- 0366, Keystone Realty port, fenced in back yard
leads to Lake Walk In Water. It drive, reduced to $22,900 Furnished (some items do not ed and will consider offers. Inc 863-635-0030 Reduced Asking has a boat deck, in-ground ID #1450 PRIME PLUS convey). Amenities include: Don't miss this chance to own $59,900.00 OBO Call
caged pool, 2 storage sheds, REAL ESTATE INC. 863- Pool, Rec Room, Storage, a beautiful piece of land in Blue Jordan-Frostproof Michelle 528-1136, Keyand 2 car garage; reduced to 676-7040 www.primeplus- Laundry Facility. Convenient such an amazing area. Owner ATTN. HORSE LOVERS stone Realty Inc 635$94,500 ID #6169 PRIME realestate.com to shopping, banks, etc. Spa- has 2 other parcels available; 1942 Old Grove Trail 0030
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. cious open floor plan, split reduced to $15,000 ID #14 Equestrian 4 bedroom 3.5
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room floor plan. Family room ed for $24,500 ID #130 om and two wood burning fire- mobile home, living and dinNICE POOL HOME 3 bed- could easily be used as an PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE places. Horse barn with 7 ing room combo, vaulted
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entry to pool area from the gles, a/c and ducts were MOBILE HOMES and is just waiting for you to Asking $299,000 Call 528-1136, Keystone
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and counter space, split bed- rior has been freshly painted, COMMERCIAL have access to Walk-in-Water et,- bath room with tub and workshop with a half bath all room floor plan, cathedral owner financing available; Creek, access to lake separate shower, 30'x90' on two separate 1 Acre lots
ceilings, ceramic tile through- listed at $119,900 ID #22 LARGE 2 STORY OFFICE depends to water levels, lot metal dream barn, perfect on the corner with paved out, a large screened back PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE BUILDING Needs remodeling approx. 2.56 acres; listed at for RV & boat storage plus roads. Asking porch, 1 car garage, and a INC. 863-676-7040 to be completed. May have up $25,000 ID #L22 PRIME' plenty of space left over for $187,500.00 Call private shaded lot with a www.primeplusrealestate.c to 6 office spaces, reception PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. workshop/Man Cave, or Michelle 528-1136, Keyshed; just listed at $69,900 om area, 2 conference / meeting 863-676-7040 convert it into a large horse stone Realty Inc. 635ID #4414 PRIME PLUS rooms and two 1/2 baths. www.primeplusrealestate.c barn, All for a low price of 0030
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LAKEFRONT HOME ON ing room with fireplace. Open some climate controlled. available, this is a great place- Griffin Jr Elem and FrostLAKE WALK-IN-WATER, kitchen overlooks dining area. Much potential to generate to put your RV for the season Frostproof proof High Schools Asking
large covered dock with boat Screened porch, with fenced income from office space and or the year. Boat dock and 83 Laurel Lane Spacious $131,500.00 Call Wesley lift, formal living and dining back yard; listed at storage units. All reasonable ramp close by with access to 3 bedroom 2 bath Palm Har- 528-8265, Keystone room, family room with fire $154,900 ID #3623 offers will be reviewed and Lake Kissimmee which has bor double wide on 5 acres Realty 635-0030 place, enclosed Florida room, PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE considered; just listed at amazing fishing available, of fenced land ideal for horsremodeled kitchen with break- INC. 863-676-7040 $179,900 ID #6443 There are many features avail- es or cows, Asking only 258 Quail Run Roadfast nook, sun room, work www.primeplusrealestate.c PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE able; listed at $25,000 ID $80,000. OBO Call Wes- OVERSIZED 4 bedroom 2 shop, screen porch; Spectac- om INC. 863-676-7040 #248 PRIME PLUS REAL ley 863-528-4265 at bath double wide with living
ular views from family room, www.primeplusrealestate.c ESTATE INC. 863-676- Keystone Realty Inc. room, dining and large
kitchen and Florida room, lush CORNER LOT HOME Zoned om 7040 www.primeplus- kitchen with lots of cabinets,
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ID #9402. PRIME PLUS home has a newer roof, floor- JUST OVER 5 BEAUTIFUL bedrooms,,block4home.with built in TV unit. Wide hallway
REAL ESTATE INC. 863- ing and freshly painted interi- HALF ACRE LOT located in ACRES This amazing country ceramic tile, family room with built in desk/cabinets 676-7040 www.primeplus- or. Split bedroom floor plan. golf course and waterfront setting is located in a gated with fireplace, two open Sits on a 5 ACRE partially realestate.com Large formal dining room, gated community. Ready for deed restricted community lanai's, one partially fenced in property, has
spacious living room. Laundry you to build the home of your and it's just waiting for you to screened, in town- location, mature oak trees Asking NICE POOL HOME 4 bed- room could be converted into dreams. Owner is also selling build the home of your very 'close to Lake Reedy. $110,000.00 Call room 2 bath, home with new another bedroom or 'even a neighboring lot; listed at dreams, priced to sell at Asking only $95,000.00 Michelle, Keystone Realcarpet, paint; roof;' range, 2nd bathroom. Just under a $6,000 ID #911 PRIME $45,000 ID #LT30 PRIME obo Call Cindy 528- ty 635-0030 microwave' hood and dish- 1/4 of an acre fenced lot, PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. PLUS REAL ESTATE, INC. 0366 Keystone Realty washer. The kitchen: has owner -financing available; 863-676-7040 863-676-7040 Inc. 863-635-0030. Babson Park
ample cabinet space, closet listed at $77,700 ID #520 www.primeplusrealestate.c www.primeplusrealestate.c 90 5 Lake Moody Rd- 642 Hillside-2 or 3bedpantry, and a breakfast bar PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE om om room/1.5 bath concrete
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kitchen cabinet space, all MANY LISTINGS IN Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. far from Public Boat Ramp 2 baths, with pool and one Michelle @ Keystone appliances, and an enclosed SEBRING AREA, HOMES, Owner is motivated and will into Lake Rosalie. Owner Moti- bedroom garage apartment. Realty, Inc 863-528porch with a beautiful view of CONDOS, Priced Low, call consider all offers. Seller has vated and will look at all Rea- Wood floors, fireplace, rice 1103 or 863-635-0030 Lake Jackson; reduced to 863-676-7Q40 today for 2 additional parcels, reduced sonable Offers! $39,900 id# front and back screened Fart Meade $49,900 ID #2131 PRIME more information or stop by to $7,000 ID #17 PRIME 11209 PRIME PLUS REAL porches. Asking 308 S. Orange Ave. Short
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LAKE FRONT ON LAKE 1909 S. Lake Reedy Blvd shed, roof a/c and windows
NICE 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH CONDOS 1.29 ACRES WITH WALK IN WATER, Just Over 4 bedroom 2 bath on over less than five years old Asknewer built home with volume FRONTAGE ON BOY 5 Acres, Partially Wooded, 3/4 acres with 100' of Lake ing only $59,000.00 Call
ceilings, a split bedroom floor GREAT WINTER RETREAT SCOUT ROAD Near the Private Location, Dead End Reedy frontage. Dock, Boat Cindy 528-0366, Keyplan, eat-in kitchen, all appli- OR GET AWAY, Completely Kissimmee Chain of Lake and Street. Great Price! $49,900 house, large screened stone Realty 863-635ances included, formal dining Furnished, includes Washer State Park. Owner is motivat- id# Lt22 porch overlooking the lake. 0030
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ASKING 335,000 newer kitchen, workshop in Deligdh it y room. Detached garage 4961 6-485-_withClass
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S Silver Automatic. $4,295. Call Silver green. $6,994. Stock# $9995. Stk# RA442. Call Joe 4cyl Auto. Very low miles
1997 Mazda Miata Base Sal at 863-956-2277. 3 sed At 75,000. Guaranteed credit
3.6LV6_WT._5-speedAuto- 36L approval. $7995. Family
Convertible. $5,500. 2dr. 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer matic with over drive. Call Auo 863-679-7888
1.80 1.8L: 14S3MPI DOHC. -- ,: Auto- 863-67.9-71888..,1.80 .L 14SMPI DQHC. SUV. $10,695. 4dr. Automat- Cannon's Car City 863Classic Red. Stock# ic. Indigo Blue Light Pewter 248-8665.
S14049A. Call Cannon's Car Metallic Stock# D6398677A. 2-8 'pcat
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K446577A. Call Joe at 863- s A 2004 Chrysler Town & warranty. Stock#T3145A Tow, Loaded. STK#
S 471-2885. Country Touring Minivan/ $10,970. Call Tom Edwards K489468A. Cl Joe at 863D5011A Cl Ti a as.83-6-0 npeto. Limited oetrain
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20 DOodge (Siver) Grand
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way. Call Corona Auto Sales cylinder SMPI DOHC 16V. Call 2004 Mazda 31-69 credit approval G7995.Fami1999 Dodge RAM Van Con- 863-551-8041. Cannon's Car City 863- U202584A. Call Tony at ly Auto. 863-679-7888.
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167623. 2dr Coupe, 5-spd, 6- 2005 Buick CXL SUV. SEL Sedan. $9,995. 4dr. 6- locks, tilt & cruise, certified
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1999 GMC Suburban 4DR City29 Highway. Call Corona Pickup Green Automatic. um. Stock# N017274A. Call Stock# N289467B. Call.Tom powertrain warranty, stock 2WD 1500. Price $3,999. Auto Sales 863-551-8041. $4,995. Call Sal at 863- Tom at 863-402-4230. at 863-402-4230. T3084A $9 970. Call Tom
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Sdn 14 Auto Gls. $8,999. Black. $17995. Leather, Sun- IN THE079
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402-4230. F-150 XLT 4-Door 4x2. Very $48,199. Now $39,995. Saynice truck. Low miles 93,000. ing $8,204. New 2013
Guaranteed credit approval. Dutchmen Rubicon 2900
2009 Scion Xb 5dr Wgn 2012 Chrysler 200 Convert 2012 Nissan Altima. Silver. Price to sell $6995. Family Travel Trailer Toyhauler. 4k Auto (Natl). $15,999. Blue. Convertible. $17,500. White. Auto, A/C, Stereo Local Trade. Auto. 863-679-7888. generator, 15k BTU A/C,
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2008 Dodge Durango Lim- -639-5337. AIS 866-906-9755 or visit us
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