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September 18, 2013


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Volume 90 Number 37


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Frostproof, Polk County Florida 33843


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Frostproof fight leads to shooting


Lake Wales man faces attempted murder


charge


A Lake Wales man has been charged with
first-degree attempted murder following an
alleged shooting in Frostproof early Monday
morning.
Charged is Joe Louis McCain, 23, of 533
Greenview Terrace, Lake Wales. Police say he
opened fire on the victim, Adrian Williams,
30, of 142 Madera Drive in Winter Haven.
According to reports, the two were at an
alleged bar and dance club at 5 Lantana
Road in Frostproof and that the shooting


may have been in response to an altercation
between two women at the club, according to
McCain's arrest affidavit.
According to reports, Williams was airlifted
to Lakeland Regional Medical Center in
critical condition.
According to witness reports, a fight broke
out between Cherline Jean-Pierre and Shayla
Mosley and that Mosley was injured and
bleeding from the altercation. As Jean-Pierre
was walking to her car, she identified the


victim as having struck her in the face while
trying to break up the fight.
According to reports, it was then that
Williams and McCain got into a verbal
argument which escalated into a physical
confrontation. A witness said that the victim
grabbed McCain in an attempt to throw him
on the ground, but that shots were fired
before he could do so.
CHARGE 112


Party for a

sporting cause
By BRIAN ACKLEY
BACKLEY@HEARn.rANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
When a few hundred people gathered
Saturday night at Sunrise Drive on the
shores of Crooked Lake, it was more
than just a party.
It was a chance to support the
Frostproof Bulldogs at the same time.
The event, dubbed Club 300, featured
food, fun and spectacular fireworks,
not to mention some pretty good tunes
from the Sofa Kings.
But the real winners were the young
men and women at Frostproof Middle
Senior High School who participate in a
wide-range of athletic programs. Funds
from the event and other monies raised
during the year go directly to benefit
many Bulldogs, and not just the football
team, as some might believe.
BOOSTERS 112


PHOTO BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
The fireworks at the Frostproof Bulldog Booster Club's fundraiser Saturday night on the shore of Crooked Lake was as cool as it was spectacular.
The Club 300 event raises money that benefits all the sports programs at Frostproof Middle Senior High School.


Property taxes rise in

school board budget
By CATHY PALMER
CORRESPONDENT
In blessing this year's school system budget of more than
$1 billion at its final public hearing last week, the Polk County
School Board raised ad valorem taxes by almost a half a mill.
The property taxes were hiked from last year's 7.492 mills to
7.547 mills.
The tax hike was needed despite months of budgetary wran-
gling to bring the budget out of the red and into the black. Earlier
this year when budget preparation began, the board faced an
$18 million shortfall, which new Superintendent of Schools
Kathryn LeRoy and her staff have managed to chip away to
BUDGET 112


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Frostproof's Hometown News for more than 85 years


JOE McCAIN


Bok enjoys

Floating

Classroon



PHOTO PROVIDED BY LAKE WALES
CHARTER SCHOOLS
Bok Academy's floating classroom took its
first student expedition across Crooked Lake
on Friday, Sept. 13. Looks like the students
really enjoyed this trip. For more on this
floating classroom, seepage 2.


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to play first
district game
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I LWCS BRIEFS
FCAT Achievers
Students were recognized for achiev-
ing perfect FCAT test scores during
the Lake Wales Charter School board
meeting at Babson Park Elementary on
Monday evening.
"We have pride in our students in
recognizing high achievement," said
Superintendent Jesse Jackson. "It is
very important to our system to have
high academic achievement."
Students were presented their
achievement certificates from their
principals of each school.
Students were Polk Avenue
Elementary, Madison Gosselin, math;
Madison Klomp, reading; Edward
W. Bok Academy, Kaleb Crawford,
reading; Lily Thrift, reading; Valeria
Castaneda, reading; Marissa Parker,


reading, Ashley Williams, reading:
Donald Stesen, math; Jonathan ,/
Villareal, math; Angel Robinson, math
and reading, and Josie Blum, math;
Janie Howard Wilson, Alfredo Uribe,
reading and Jennifer Tran, math:
Hillcrest Elementary included
Caleigh Herman, math; Gage Newton,
math; Isabella Fernandez, read-
ing;. Callie Joldersma, math; Avery
Simpson, math; Reagan Cox, math;
Christopher Maldonado, math; Fredy
Vasquez, math and Thomas Croft,
science.
Dale R. Fair Babson Park.
Elementary were Alyssa Brantley,
math; Amaris Marino, math; Bryson
Fackender, math; Jose Chavez, math;
Cade Scarborough, math; Logan
Weaver, math; Isaac Kuen, math;
Blayton McKenzie, math; Christina


Cunningham, math; Brianna Heath,
science and Kiana Perkins, science.
Lake Wales High School winners
were Raelyn Curlee, reading and
Destiny Bruno, reading.

Board approves
annual audit
"I think you are pretty healthy,"
said Nancy DiSalvo, accountant and
representative of BKHM, PRA., concern-
ing the Lake Wales Charter School's
finances. "You started in 2004 and
this fund balance reserve is a good
indicator and you are very liquid and
can cover your liabilities as they come
due."
She complimented the trustees on
their management.
From food service to management of


Bok Academy's mortgage, she told the
board their charter was in compliance
and "you have a very clean audit."
The board accepted the audit as
presented at its meeting.

Bylaws updated
Robin Gibson, legal council for the
school district, presented the updated
bylaws for approval at the board
meeting, following his explanation of
them at the work session.
One change Gibson explained
was the selection process for board
trustees. "We have to be alert to keep
the quality of the board high," Gibson
said. "They are not exactly like any-
bylaws you will see anywhere because
this board is different than any other."
The board approved the bylaws.


Bok floating classroom logs data on first trip


A group of eighth-grade scientists
logged plenty of data for World Water
Monitoring Day when BokAcademy's
floating classroom took its first student
expedition across Crooked Lake on
Friday (Sept 13). The 20 students in
teacher Lita O'Neill's first period class
collected water samplestfrom one of the
deepest spots on Crooked Lake. They
tested the water's temperature, clarity,
and chemical balance. They also tested
outside air temperature, and made notes
about wind speed, direction and recent
rain. Two seventh-grade photographers





PHOTOS
PROVIDED
BY LAKE
WALES
CHARTER
SCHOOLS
Students
took a raft
to get on the
boat.


from the Yearbook Class, and several
adults joined the trip. Students worked in
teams to collect and record data, which
was transferred into iPads that were part
of a micro-network on the boat. Later,
O'Neill planned to upload the data to
WorldWaterMonitoringDay.org.
The World Water Monitoring Challenge
is an international education and
outreach program that builds awareness
about protecting water resources by
encouraging citizens to conduct basic
testing on local water bodies. Last year,
participants in 66 countries participated


in the challenge. Students wore life
jackets while the boat was moving, but
they were allowed to remove the jackets
while the boat was stopped. Students at
Bok Academy are required to complete
a swim test to participate in water
activities. The boat currently is reached
bywading through shallow water, or
via a floating platform, but the school
hopes to build a dock soon to more easily
access the boat. The Bok Academy float-
ing classroom is a fully equipped and
functional pontoon boat able to comfort-
ably accommodate more than 20 middle
school students and several teachers or
*adult volunteers. The construction by
Trident Pontoons of Tavares was under-
written by contributions, including major
gifts from The Defenders of Crooked
Lake and TD Charitable Foundation.


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It's been a little tough finding time
to get in golf matches early this fall,
with all the wet and rainy weather, but
the Lake Wales Highlanders managed
to avoid enough precipitation recently
to split two golf matches with their
Scenic Highway rivals to the south.
In a match hosted by the Frostproof
Lady Bulldogs at Oakwood Golf
Course, the Lady Highlanders fell by
just two strokes, 149-147. The rain
shortened the match to just six holes.
Final scores are determined by using
the top four. scores from each team.
Madison Aldrich led the Frostproof
efforts with a 32, while Alissa Riedel
turned in a 35 and Katie Chambrot, in
the fourth position, was strong with
a 37. Anna Plair toured with a 43 and
Nicole Leech was at 50.


PHOTO BY BRIAN ACKLEY
Frostproof's Madison
Aldrich helped the Lady
Bulldogs to a split of
matches with Lake Wales
in recent girl's high school
golf action at Oakwood
Golf Course.


For Lake Wales, Meredith McKenna
took match medalist honors with a 29.
Rachel Robert-Noney had a 39 while
teammates Lacey Helms and Emmalee
Richards each had 40. Jillian Bryan
had a 41.
In a second matchup, played over
the full nine holes, Lake Wales took the
win by 218 to 236. This was also played
at Oakwood Golf Course in Lake Wales.
McKenna took co-medalist honors
by firing a 43. She was followed by
Lady Highlanders Bryan (52), Roberts-
Noney (59), Helms (64) and Richards
(71).
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VIEWPOINT

Cyberbullying: If you see something, say something
Cyberbullying If you see something, say som Iething


Few events are as tragic as the death of a child.
And when a child dies by his or her own hand, a little
bit of each of us dies.
"Social networking" has added a new dimension to
the sometimes life-threatening situations that children
face. It is a textbook case of unintended consequences.
A generation or two ago, there was a classic answer
to playground taunts: "Sticks and stones may break my
bones, but words can never hurt me."
It was an oversimplification, of course words
can and do hurt but it gave the targets of bullying a
response as well as a personal reminder for themselves.
Cyberbullying, a word that didn't even exist a few
years ago, has become a major concern of parents,
educators, law enforcement officers, and anyone else
who loves children.
In extreme cases, it has led to suicide by children
whose lives were rendered miserable by online bullying.
Playground taunts, while mean-spirited, don't have
the impact of the written word. Whether on paper or on
the Internet, the written word survives long after the
spoken word is forgotten.
The tragic reality of the impact of cyberbullying was
brought home last week by the death of Rebecca Ann
Sedwick, whose funeral was held in Bartow on Monday.
Becca, as she was known to family and friends, was a
12-year-old student at Lawton Chiles Middle Academy
in Lakeland. Her winsome smile, partially hidden
by long brown hair, has become a familiar image in
newspapers and on television. The story of her death
has received national attention.
The sheriff's office reports that she was the target


Our Viewpoint

of online bullying by 15 classmates, some of whom
suggested that she kill herself. The distraught youngster
told a 12-year-old friend in North Carolina who she also
knew through social media that she was planning to
take her own life because "I can't take it any more."
It is easier to cast blame than it is to find solutions.
One veteran school teacher told us that cyber-bully-
ing has become the modern day equivalent to writing
ugly messages on restroom walls. But ugly messages in
cyberspace can't be painted over by the school mainte-
nance staff.
Every school in Polk County perhaps in the nation
- has declared a "zero tolerance" policy on bullying of
all types. Posters are displayed on bulletin boards, staffs
and faculties are trained, students are encouraged to
report bullying: "If you see something, say something."
A California school district has contracted with a high
tech firm to monitor the social media conversations
of some 14,000 middle and high school students at a
cost of $40,500. That expenditure represents $2.89 per
student per year.
An article in Monday's issue of The Los Angeles Times
quotes officials as saying that the monitoring focuses on
words and phrases indicating the possibility of suicide
or other forms of violence, not on harmless adolescent
chit-chat.
The LA Times story mentions the death of Becca
Sedwick as one of the motivations for such monitoring.


Predictably, the ACLU declared this monitoring to be
a violation of privacy rights of students.
But a California First Amendment organization
defended the practice, noting that the posts being mon-
itored are not private, and are available to anyone with
an electronic device and a pre-teenager's knowledge of
social media. Anyone posting "secrets" on the Internet
needs to remember that.
While parents can exercise some degree of oversight
of their children's social media communications by
establishing passwords and other parental controls,
ways to thwart such controls are as simple as they are
numerous.
Opinions on how to combat cyberbullying and its
tragic consequences are varied. :
One of the online sources we researched for this
editorial is commonsensemedia.org/cyberbullying.
Undoubtedly there are many others.
We believe that the most effective way to combat cy-
berbullying is for young people to buy into the concept
that it mustnot be tolerated. Peer pressure is a powerful
motivating factor for adolescents.
Reporting of cyberbullying and indications of self-de-
structive intent is a part of that approach.
Students whether targets or their friends can
tell a parent, a teacher, a police officer, even another
student: If you see something, say something.
Even that is not foolproof, but it is a start.
For a taunted Polk County 12-year-old, nothing
worked, and that is a tragedy.
God rest your soul, Becca.


Letters to the editor


How can we claim

moral high ground?


Let's be clear, the use of poison
gas in Syria whether directed by the
Assad regime or the rebels is a dis-
gusting, cowardly, and immoral act.
The vision of 1500 people lying dead
with many of them little children,
staggers the moral conscience. Thus
Secretary of State Kerry, in an emo-
tional appeal to this nation and the
world, attempted to gain the "moral
high ground."
Unfortunately, as author, Alfred
Alcorn, once stated, "The moral high
ground to which I aspired had turned
into a slippery slope." You see, it


Let me ask you, fellow Americans,
are you proud of President Obamai? Do
you notice how Mr. Putin continuously
upstages and embarrasses him (and
America in the process)? The latest
episode with Syria started because
Obama shot off his mouth about getting
involved in Syria's civil war, which
wasn't our business. Now he wants to
take sides with the Al Qaida rebels?
People listen to me. Obama's actions
prove he is not a leader his presi-
dency is a joke, unfortunately it's a joke
on America. Obama is a community
organizer. He is indecisive because he
doesn't know what to do as a President
and has advisors who are just as
confused, if they are even listened to.
America's standing throughout the
world has been severely damaged -.
other countries can no longer trust us
(or take our word).. Obama has thrown
good leaders under the bus (along with
many good Americans), and encour-
aged the radical Muslim brotherhood


takes more than the words of an
elitist to overcome decades of hypoc-
risy in an effort to take the "moral
high ground." As Gregg Cunningham
wrote, "More Americans were killed
by abortionists on September 11
(about 4,300) than were killed by
Islamic terrorists (about 3,000)."
While Assad has killed over 100,000
with conventional weapons, and
several thousand with poison gas, Mr.
Obama and Mr. Kerry have vigorously
supported Planned Parenthood arid
FRODGE5IS


leaders onward to overthrown their
governments (Arab Spring? Occupy Wall
Street?).
Obama has nearly doubled our
national debt, increased unemployment
arid worsened the ec6nonhy with his
wild ideas, and increased the number
of folks on the government dole which
makes them dependent on the govern-
ment to survive (forget the American
work ethics). Obama is responsible
for numerous (what he calls phony)
scandals through Government agencies
from the IRS, DOJ, EPA, NSA, Homeland
Security, Bengazi, etc., and his DOJ
never pursues the guilty parties. Instead
these rogue government agencies give
the violators promotions (to keep them
quiet, perhaps?) while his DOJ goes
after state voter laws which require a
voter provide photo-ID to prove who
he is and that his vote is valid, which
would help prevent the voter fraud

HILLIARD 15


At 4 am. on Jan. 1, 1959, an hour when
there never were commercial flights
from Havana, David Atlee Phillips was
lounging in a lawn chair there, sipping
champagne after a NewYear's Eve party,
when a commercial aircraft flew low
over his house. He surmised that dictator
Fulgencio Batista was fleeing because
Fidel Castro was arriving. He was right.
Soon he, and many others, would be
spectacularly wrong about Cuba.
According to Jim Rasenberger's
history of the Bay of Pigs invasion, "The
Brilliant Disaster," Phi pswas"ahand-
some 37-year-old former stage actor"
who "had been something of a dilettante
before joining the CIA. There, however,
he was an expert. And in April 1960, he
assured Richard Bissell, the CIAs invasion
mastermind, that within six months radio
propaganda would produce "the proper
psychological climate" for the invasion
to trigger a mass Cuban uprising against
Castro.
The invasion brigade had only about
1,400 members but began its members'
serial numbers at 2,500.to trick Castro
into thinking it was larger. Castro's 32,000-
man army was supplemented by 200,000
to 300,000 militia members. U.S. intelli-
gence was ignorant of everything from


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Castro's capabilities to Cuba's geography
to Cubans' psychology.
Fifty-two years and many
WILLIS

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Are you proud

of President Obama?


The brilliant disaster


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HILLIARD
FROM PAGE 4
which occurred in the 2012 elections
(surprised?). Obama has recruited
many former communist-leaning
America-hating radicals as his "advi-
sors", (his 30-40 shadow government
"czars"), none of whom could ever get
congressional approval.
And now we have Obamacare, or
should I call it, ObamaGate where
certain members of society are given
exemptions for this very unpopular


WILL
FROM PAGE 4
misadventures later, the invasion still
fascinates as, in historian Theodore
Draper's description, "one of those rare
events in history a perfect failure." It
had a perverse fecundity.
It led to President John Kennedy's
decision-to demonstrate toughness by. -,
deepening U.S. involvement in Vietnam.
Rasenberger writes that three weeks
after the April 1961 invasion, Kennedy
sent Vice President Lyndon Johnson to
Saigon: "Johnson's assignment was to
deliver a message to (South Vietnam's
President Ngo Dinh) Diem that the
United States intended to fully support
the South Vietnamese effort to beat the
Communists." (Thirty months later.
the United States was complicit in the
military coup regime change in
which Diem was murdered.) The Bay of
Pigs led to Nikita Khrushchev's disdainful


"I have problems with that. I have two teenage
granddaughters and one goes to school later
and one goes to school at 7 a.m. or 7:30 a.m.
in Hillsborough County. The early to school
granddaughter has an early bedtime of 10 p.m.
because she has to go to school in the morning.
Any parent who says they can't get their child up
for early school, that is a cop-out. The older kids
get out early because some older. kids have jobs
to go to after school and need to get out early.
When parents say they can't get their kids up to
go to school it is a cop-out!"


and expensive law which Obama and
his minions shoved down the throats
of the American people (and which will
damage the economy of this country
even further to the tune of 2 1/2 trillion
dollars). Obama's EPA works to keep
gas prices high and the U.S. dependent
on foreign oil by indefinitely delaying
the keystone project and the drilling on
government lands, while he sent many
of our gulf drilling rigs to Brazil.
Now you can easily see why I am
disgusted with this so-called "presi-
dent." There are many more scandals/
screw-ups by Obama and his admin-
istration (don't forget the myriad of


treatment of Kennedy at the June sum-
mit in Vienna, and to Khrushchev being
emboldened to put missiles in Cuba.
In 1972, the Bay of Pigs made a
cameo appearance in theWatergate
shambles, which involved some Cubans
and Americans active in the invasion. On
the June 23 "smoking gun" Oval Office
tape, Richard Nixon directs his aide H.R.
Haldeman to urge the CIA to tell the
FBI to back off from investigating the
burglary by saving, "Look, the problem is
that this will open the whole Bay of Pigs
thing."
Surely this "thing" should be studied
as deeply as possible. Unfortunately, the
CIA, which you might think had made
every mistake possible regarding the
invasion, is now making another. It is
resisting attempts to force the release of
the fifth and final volume of its official
history of it.
This autumn, a federal appeals court
-is expected to hear arguments about
disclosing the document written in 1981
by CIA historian Jack Pfeiffer, who retired


"I think they should continue going at
the early hour because you are more
productive in the morning than the
afternoon. It would push everything
else back (after school activities)."


very expensive vacations, the separate
plane for their dog, etc.). Mr. Obama is
the very worst president this country
has even had. Lest you misunderstand,
I am not racist. I don't care about the
color of skin of the president, but I
do care about this country, and how
America is perceived in the world. We
are an exceptional people, something
Mr. Putin disputes in a recent New York
Times editorial. I don't want to live in
a Third-World banana republic do
you? That is where we are heading if we
don't impeach Mr. Obama.
So, what can you do? Well, it's time to
make daily calls to your representatives


in 1984 and died in 1997. The National
Security Archive, a private research
institution and library, is arguing that
no important government interest is
served by the continuing suppression of
a 32-year-old report about a 52-year-old
event.
The CIA admits that thevolume con-
tains only a small amount of still-classi-
fied information. It argues, however, that
it should be covered by the "deliberative
process privilege" that makes it exempt
from release under the Freedom of
Information Act. The argument is that,
for some unclear reason, release of this
volume, unlike the release of the first four
volumes, would threaten the process
by which the CIA's histories are written.
Supposedly candid histories will not be
written if the writers know that, decades
later, their work will become public.
This unpersuasive worry- an excuse
for the selective censorship of perhaps
embarrassing scholarship is surely
more flimsy than the public's solid inter-
est in information. And the government's


"Yes. My grandchild goes to the Lake
Wales High School. I have elementary
school grandchildren who will go to
the Frostproof High School. It is hard
for the teachers to get there by
6 or 6:30 a.m., especially if they have
elementary children who go later to
school. I have a sister who is a teacher
at the high school."


and senators and insist impeachment
proceedings be started immediately,
against Mr. Obama. Despite what you
hear, there are a lot of good democratic
senators and representatives who
support this action but they must be
made aware that Americans are behind
them. If we make enough calls, both
the Senate and the House will find the
calls hard to ignore.
But, short of a revolution (God
forbid), it's the only way we are going to
save America. It must be done. Please
make-those calls starting today.
Richard (Dick) Hilliard
LakeWales


interest.
In his 1998 book "Secrecy: The
American Experience," Sen. Daniel
Patrick Moynihan argued that secrecy
makes government stupid by keeping se-
crets from itself. Information is property
and government agencies hoard it. For
example, in the 1940s, U.S. military code
breakers read 2,900 communications be-
tween Moscow and its agents in America.
So, while the nation was torn by bitter
disagreements about whether Alger Hiss
and the Rosenbergs committed espio-
nage, the military knew they had. But it
kept the proof from other parts of the
government, including President Harry
Truman.
America needs all the caution its
history of misadventures,- a record
recently enriched by Syria should
encourage. Since the Bay of Pigs, caution
has been scarcer than information
justifying it.
George Will is a columnist for The
Washington Post. Readers may reach him
at georgewill@ washpost.com


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the subsequent killing of 50 million


of their fellow citizens, many by
chemical means much more barbaric
than poison gas. These chemicals
burn the flesh and suffocate and,
if insufficient, the pre-born child
is then ripped apart to prevent the


"unwanted pregnancy." In contrast,
the Bible teaches that the fruit of
the womb is God's reward. What
hypocrisy! Therefore, how does the
U.S. assume the hubris to claim the
"moral high ground" that presumes


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fewer people?
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POLICE


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


Pot found on the floor at Walmart


Compiled by Kathy Leigh Berkowitz
KLBERKOWrIZ@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
On Sept 10, LakeWales Police were
called to Walmart in reference:to a suspi-
cious substance that was found. According
to reports, police said the manager stated
one of his employees recovered a small
bag of marijuana off the floor. Police took
the bag and submitted it to property and
evidence to be destroyed.

Man arrested for trespassing
On Sept 10, Lake Wales Police were
called to a trespass call at the Garden
Apartments. According to reports,
management had asked a man to leave
on three occasions because he was


trespassing on Aug. 30.
Reports say the man allegedly laughed
at the manager and told her there was
nothing that she could do. When police
arrived, they located him between build-
ing one and building two. He was arrested
and taken to the Polk County Jail without
incident.

Missing person
On Sept. 10, at 12:03 p.m., Lake Wales
Police were dispatched to Central Avenue
West in reference to a disturbance. Officers
made contact via phone with the report-
ing person who informed them her son
was in need of intervention, but refused
treatment.
Police say she stated he got out of the


vehicle and started walking away from her.
The complainant was unable to locate her
son.
The case was turned over to
investigations.

Domestic battery ends'in arrest
On Sept. 9, a victim reported that a
suspect struck him in the eye and the
chest, according to police reports.
Police say his left eye was swollen and
consistent with his statements. Reports
note the suspect said she was battered by
the victim and was defending herself. She
did not have any visible marks and there
were no witnesses. The incident occurred
at Cohassett Avenue.
Based on the findings of the


investigation, the suspect was arrested and
transported to the Polk County Jail without
incident.

Burglary/theft at Domino's
According to reports, on Sept. 9, officers
were called to Domino's Pizza regarding a
burglary and theft.
Police say the assistant manager found
the rear entrance door ajar when he came
into work An undisclosed amount of
money was stolen from the business. The
back door appeared to have been un-
locked and no force entrance was found. A
shoe print was found at the scene...
Only three employees have keys to the
business and all denied knowledge of the
burglary, according to reports.


I ARRESTS


E Sept.2
HarveyBarnes, 46, of 21 Holiday Park-
charged with possession of a weapon by a
convicted felon and violation of probation.
Jarvis Bonds, 27, of 637 Jackson Ave. -
charged with driving with a suspended
license.
Chelsea Mccarty, 21, of 278 Brookshire
Drive charged with possession of mari-
juana and possession of paraphernalia.
Andrew Meyers, 27, of 409 Bullard Ave.
E. charged with possession of marijuana
and possession of paraphernalia.
Oscar Tequihuactle, 24, of 218 1/2
Johnson Ave. E. charged with driving
without a valid license and DUI.
Kenneth Tucker, 28, of 513 Greenbrough
Ave. charged with stalking and failure to
appear.
George Weems, 51, of 26 Seminole Ave.
W Apt B charged with resisting arrest
without violence, possession of marijuana
and possession of paraphernalia.
Sept. 3
Jeremy Bonds, 20, of 637 Jackson Ave. W
charged with robbery with a weapon.
John Cliatt, 66, of 48 Roosevelt Ave.,
Frostproof- charged with out-of-state
fugitive.
Mark Jones, 46, of 247 Hopson Road,
Frostproof- charged with shoplifting.
Thomas Lunde, 51, of 319 Wiles Drive
N. charged with DUI.
Luke Phillips, 21, of 5143 Scenic Hwy.
#11 charged with.battery.
Juan Trevino, 29, of 504 7th Street-
charged with giving false identification
to law enforcement, grand theft larceny,
failure to register as career offender, driv-
ing with a suspended license, possession
of marijuana.
SSept.4
Clifford Hart, 27, of 31 Seminole Ave.W.,
Apt. A- charged with failure to appear
and violation of probation.


Charles Jackson, 25, of 925 Griffin
Road, Frostproof- charged with failure
to appear and aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon.
Lola Juarez, 50, of 15 Oak Ave. -
charged with petite theft larceny.
Jason Newman, 28, of 15 Oak Ave. -
charged with possession of a controlled
substance without a prescription,
petite theft larceny and resist recovery of
property.
William Peeples, 37, of 4812 McDonald
Street-- charged with violation of
probation.
Sidney Sutton, 29, of 620 Beverly Drive
-charged with battery.
Sept.5
Furbish Adams, 31, of 3000 Canal Road
charged with possession of marijuana
and possession of paraphernalia.
Rollie Baker, 59, of 1 Tom Sheffield
Road, Frostproof- charged with viola-
tion of sex offender resident restrictions.
Joshua Downing, 23, of 18601 Hwy 27
charged with driving with a suspended
license, possession of marijuana, pos-
session of paraphernalia and grand theft
larceny.
Kevin Graser, 50, of 6793 Santa
Gertrudis Street charged with loitering
and resisting arrest without violence.
Brandon Jones, 24, of 2442 Linda Street
charged with possession of cocaine,
possession of paraphernalia and resisting
arrest without violence.
Robert Suggs, 18, of225 WeaverAve. -
charged with failure to appear.
Sept. 6
Olga Borja-Velazquez, 43, of 415 Walter
Ave., Frostproof- charged with battery.
Janell Brenner, 20, of 910 AlbrittonWay
- charged with possession of marijuana
and possession of paraphernalia.
Osmund Gabriel-Diaz, 31, of 2500 Ruth
Ave.--charged with driving with an


expired license.
Jimmy Mountain, 42, of 3039 Fast Trot
Trail charged with non-payment of
child support.
* Sept.7
Gregory Craft, 29, of 838 Brentwood
Drive-charged with battery.
Raymond Johnson, 53, of 131 B
Street-- charged with disorderly public
intoxication.
David Prezapreza, 20, of 107 Stuart Ave.
- charged with driving with a suspended
license.
Sherry Rancourt, 60, of 711 Cambridge
Way charged with failure to appear.
-Matthew Stephenson, 38, of 2201
McClellan Road, Frostproof- charged
with possession of marijuana, possession
of paraphernalia and possession of a


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Kimberly Stewert, 35, of 1491 Bety :
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Michelle Traxler, 26, of 5137 Scenic
Hwy. N. #87 -charged with giving false
information to law enforcement of alleged
crime. .
JeremyWaibel, 38, of 441 Stanley,
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Jose Diaz-Soto. 39, of 712 Tower Point
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engagement

Mr. Jesse Coffman of Lake Wales, State College, where she received her
Fla., together with Ms. Susan degree in nursing. She is "currently
Coffman of Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., are employed at the Lakeland Regional
pleased to announce the engagement Medical Center as a registered nurse.
of their daughter, Ashley Lauren The groom elect was born in
Coffman to Brian Robert McCoy, son Gainesville, Fla., and moved to Lake
of M. and Mrs. John McCoy of Eagle Wales, where heattended and grad-
Lake, Fla., and Ms. Mary Heiler of uated from Lake Wales High School.
Poinciana, Fla. After high school, he entered the
The bride elect was born in United States Marine Corps. He is
Lakeland, Fla., and moved to Mi. currently employed by CSX Railroad.
Pleasant, Tenn., where she attended The wedding will take place on
and graduated from Mt. Pleasant Oct. 19, 2013, at half past five in the
High School. She continued and com.- evening at Cross Creek Ranch in
pleted her education at Columbia Dover, Fla. Invitations are being sent.


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By Jason A. Penrod, Esquire


Clients and their families often inquire as to which is the best way
to avoid probate and/or will ask me to review how they have their
assets registered. Sometimes clients' have decided to have all their
assets registered jointly with another person or other people. This
article will discuss some of the pros and cons of this strategy.
An example that will illustrate some different issues is one in
which a widower or widow has multiple bank accounts titled in his or
her name along with the names of three children, jointly with the rights
of survivorship. Typically, a client will choose this type of registration
setup for two reasons: 1) The client wants their children to be able
to sign checks and have access to the bank accounts if the client is
unable due to being ill or incapacitated; and 2) The client wants the
bank accounts to pass directly to the children when the client' passes
away to avoid probate.
A client that registers his or her assets in the above manner will
accomplish the two objectives. Usually, joint owners on an account
can sign checks and withdraw monies as needed. Also, the fact that
the children are joint owners with rights of survivorship will result in
those assets passing to the remaining owners on the account when the
client passes away.
However, there could be some unintended consequences to
registering assets in the above manner. For one, since there are now
multiple owners on the account, the client's exposure to liability
has increased. What if one of the children listed on the account is
sued for being in a car accident, having creditor issues, involved in a
divorce, is receiving needs based governmental benefits such as Social
Supplementary Income (SSI) or Medicaid, etc.? It is plausible that
having a child's name on an account with the client could expose that
client's assets.
Perhaps the client is not worried about such issues. However, there'!
is an alternative strategy that may accomplish the client's objectives
without increasing his or her exposure. First, the client could execute
a Power of Attorney that will enable the children to write checks and
have access to the accounts without necessarily being joint owners on
the account. In other words, the Power of Attorney allows the named
children to step in to the shoes of the client and act on his or her behalf.
Second, the client could name the children as Payable on Death
("POD") or Transfer on Death ("TOD") beneficiaries on the accounts
so that the assets would pass directly to them upon the client's passing.
As I wrote last month, a one size fits all approach is not a solid
approach to estate planning. If you are contemplating your estate plan
and probate avoidance, I encourage you to consult with a knowledgeable
estate planning or elder law attorney to find the strategies and plan that
will be most effective.


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



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The children will sing Music for Life


By STEVE STEINER
SSTEINER@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
Between Sept 22 and Oct. 2, the African
Child's Choir will be performing at three
Polk County church venues (plus one
in Plant City). The program will feature
well-loved children's songs, traditional
spirituals and gospel favorites.
The eight-child choir is part of Music for
Life, the Christian faith-based parent or-
ganization of The African Children's Choir,
which operates in seven African countries:
Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, Nigeria,
Ghana and-South Africa; this year's choir
hails from Uganda.
.The organization was established in
1984. Its purpose is to help create new
leadership for tomorrow's Africa, by
focusing on education. MFL has educated
more than 52,000 children and impacted
the lives of more than 100,000 people
through its relief and development
programs during its history.
One of the ways it achieves that goal is
through its choir. Since its founding more
than 43 choirs have toured Europe and
the U.S. and Canada.
Many of the children in the choir come
from impoverished circumstances. They
have known poverty, hunger, illness and
the death of parents and siblings. Some
have been exposed to the cruelties of war.
According to Joseph Mukasa, one of the
chaperones, when the children selected
for the choir first enter the program, their
view of the world and their role in it is that
of hopelessness.
"Many cannot express themselves," said
Mukasa. The world, he said, has scarred
them. Through education and the caring,
compassionate people of Music for Life,
the children begin to emerge from the
emotional walls they have built around
them.
Being a member of a choir is one path
that furthers that development Children
ages 7 to 11 make up the choir. They
rehearse six months before they are ready
to tour.
"Traveling has opened their eyes to the
greater world," said Mukasa. "I think the
choir has opened their life. They have
hope for the future."
Mukasa himself has also benefited as
a chaperone, as this is his first time out
of his native country of Uganda. He has


PHOTO PROVIDED
Several of the children who make up this year's choir ham it up as they pose in native costumes.


been a member of Music for Life four
years, working as a counselor. He said the
decision to serve as a chaperone was not
his alone,
"The Lord called me to accompany the
choir this year," he said. He too said his
eyes have been opened by the experience
thus far. "I'm seeingAmerica on a first-
hand basis."

About the tour
Once the touring season is finished, the
children will return to a boarding school,
said Sarah Lidstone, the North American
Choir Operations Manager.
Lidstone's connection with The African
Children's Choir goes back to when
she was 8, living in Alberta, Canada,
and attended a concert. It would not
be until she was a college student at
Moddy Bilbe Institute that she would be
reintroduced to the choir. She released
about it through a friend who mentioned
there were opportunities within the
organization.
As a result, Lidsione went to Kampala,
Uganda, in 2008. Afterward, she also
served as a chaperone before eventually
progressing to her current capacity. She
has been with the organization five years.


Part of her responsibility as operations
manager is to book concerts. While
performances vary, on average, the choir
will perform three to four concerts per
week. When not performing, the choir
enjoys its "down time" at a facility located
near Raleigh, N.C.
Whether on tour or on break, the choir
members keep up with their education
through the eight-to-10 chaperones; at
least one is a certified teacher.
One of the purposes of the performanc-
es is to raise funds to run the schools in
Africa. To defray touring costs, chaperones
and children rely upon host families, with
whom they will stay between one to three
nights.
"It's all done through donations and
freewill offerings," said Lidstone.

About the choir
The African Children's Choir is a
nonprofit humanitarian and relief
organization dedicated to helping Africa's
most vulnerable children today so they
can help Africa tomorrow.
ft was founded in 1984 by Ray Barnett,
who was on a humanitarian trip to
war-tomrn Uganda when he gave a small
boy a ride from his decimated home to


the safety of another village. During the
journey, the child did what he knew how
to do best he sang.
That simple song of dignity and hope
became the catalyst for a program that
has changed the lives of thousands of
children and reshaped the future of the
African continent.
The African Children's Choir has had the
privilege of performing before presidents,
heads of state and most recently the Queen
of England, Queen Elizabeth II, for her
diamond jubilee. The Choir has also had
the honor of singing alongside artists such
as, Paul McCartney, Annie Lennox, Keith '
Urban, Mariah Carey, MichaelW Smith,
and other inspirational performers..
To learn more, go to: www.african
childrenschoir.com '.

Want to see a performance?
Concerts are free and open to all. A -
freewill offering is taken at the perfor-.
mance to support African Children's
Choir programs, such as education, care
and relief and development programs.

PERFORMANCE DATES
Sunday, Sept. 22
9:15 and 10:30 a.m.
Scott Lake Baptist Church
5811 Scott Lake Road
Lakeland
863-644-6444

SFriday, Sept.27
7 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church
637 6th St NW
Winter Haven
863-294-3121
Sunday, Sept. 29
10:15 a.m.
Plant City Church of God
2103 Mud Lake Road
Plant City
813-752-0989

Wednesday, Oct. 2
6:30 p.m.
Northridge Church
2250 State Road 17 S.
Haines City
863-422-4488


Presentation to explain Obamacare


Seminar to show people what's available when law takes effect Oct. 1'


ByJEFFROSLOW
JROSLOW@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
There's a lot of some people may have
to take care in health insurance on Oct.
1 and the Lake Wales Medical Center
is holding out a hand to help for those
who need it.'
At 5:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23 the
hospital will have a presentation on the
options available under what has come
to be known as Obamacare. It takes
place in the Lake Wales Medical Center
cafeteria and Chief Financial Officer
DannyWarren will be there to "clear
up confusion surrounding the Health
Insurance," a press release said. There
is no charge to attend and it's open to
everyone.
There will be no political talk that
many have heard in the news over
whether this change is good or bad
for America and its businesses. This is


simply a presentation of what individ-
uals have to do, Warren said, as the law
goes into action on Oct. 1.
"A lot of people don't understand the
exchange," Warren said. "We're here to
answer questions about what they don't
know."
He said many people don't have to
do anything, but for those who don't
have insurance now, they have to get
insurance or they will face tax penalties
in the future as health insurance is
required.
"For people who have insurance,
there should be no change.
Approximately 50 percent have insur-
ance by their employer. Thirty-three
percent have insurance by the govern-
ment which is Medicare and Medcaid.
Ten. percent have their own. This is
mainly for those who are presently
uninsured."
While this won't be a setting to sign


up for insurance, Lake Wales Medical
Center has the staff trained and ready to
do so for those who need help. People
can do it by themselves online, but the
help is there for people who need it.
"We have at least three people who
have had training," Warren said, adding
the hospital wants to educate people to
make the decisions themselves. There
are some options out there that were not
present before. For instance, insurance
cannot be denied because of pre-existing
conditions. Children up to 26 can be
insured under their parents' plan.
"It's a general information session,"
he said.
In the new plan, Americans will
be able to find health plans on the
Marketplace that cover a compre-
hensive set of benefits. Some health
benefits include preventive care
and wellness services, doctor visits,
prescription drugs, hospital and


emergency department care and lab
services, pediatric services.
While Florida has chosen not to.
expand Medicaid, government subsi-
dies to help citizens obtain coverage
from the Health Insurance Marketplace
are available, depending on income
and other qualifications. There are
'still individuals in our community
who qualify for Medicaid coverage
even though Florida is not expanding -
Medicaid. These individuals can enroll
at any time and coverage can begin
immediately, a press release from Lake
Wales Medical Center noted.
Maryemma Batchelder, a spokesper-
son for LWMC, said while there won't be
any signing up at the presentation on
Sept. 23, people will be available at the!
hospital to help people do that later.
'Anyone can call to schedule ap-
pointments with our counselors and
bilingual is available," she said.


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Circle show gratitude


to first responders

PHOTO PROVIDED BY MERTICE KELLY
On Sept. 11, some of the Circle of Friends students helped to deliver large platters of home baked
cookies to first responders all around town. For three days they baked cookies, and learned how
police, EMS and firemen work to keep the community safe. With the help of instructors, Ms.
Bonnie and Mr. Douglas, as an act of appreciation, students loaded up their goodies and deliv-
ered them to first responders, including the Lake Wales City Police, the Lake Wales Fire Station,
Golfview Fire Station, South Lake Wales Fire House, the Sheriffs Sub Station North on 27 and
the EMS Station on Hwy 60 West. Later the Circle of Friends participated in the Cry Out America
Ceremony at Lake Wales City Hall.


Constitution


Week



PHOTO PROVIDED TO THE LAKE WALES NEWS
Sylvia Hitchcock Carson poses with Mayor Gene Fultz and Mimi
Reid Hardman at the recent city proclamation of Constitution
Week. Carson is with the Daughters of the American Revolution
and Hardman is the director of the Lake Wales Depot Museum.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

THE CITY OF LAKE WALES PLANNING AND ZQNING BOARD
MUNICIPAL BUILDING
201 W. CENTRAL AVENUE

September 24,2013

A public hearing to discuss making a recommendation to the City Commission
for amendments to the zoning regulations (Chapter 23, City of Lake Wales Code
of Ordinances) on the following matters:

Amendments were made to the sign ordinance in May 2013. Planning Board
will consider recommending further amendments in response to input from
the public and business community. Issues that have been raised include;
portable signs downtown, electronic and internally lit signs downtown and
along the Scenic Highway. The Planning Board is looking for further input.

The PUBLIC HEARING will be held on Tuesday, September 24,2013 at 5:00 P.M.
or shortly thereafter in the Commission Chambers in the Municipal Administration
Building, 201 W. Central Ave., Lake Wales, at which time the Planning and Zoning
Board will take action on this item. All interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard. If any person decides to appeal any decision made by the
Planning & Zoning Board with respect to any matter considered at such hearing,
he will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose he may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

The Planning and Zoning Board may continue the public hearing to other dates
and times, as they deem necessary. Any interested party shall be advised that the
dates, times, and places of any continuation of these or continued public hearings
shall be announced during the hearing and that no further notices regarding these
matters will be published.

Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings
should contact the City Clerk 48 hours in advance of the meeting at (863) 678-
4182, extension 228.
2940754


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OBIT1UARIES


Clarence Eugene Rhudy, 86 of Lake
Wales passed away Friday, Sept. 13, 2013
at The Groves Center.
He was born Nov. 3,1926 in Fries,
Va. to the late Onie and Phoebe Rhudy.
He was a retired forklift driver for St.
Joe Paper Company, a member of the
Golfview Park Church of God and a
veteran of World War II, serving in the
U.S. Army. He enjoyed fishing, flower
gardening and vegetable gardening. He
was a good Christian family man that
was always willing to help those in need.
Clarence was'preceded in death four
brothers and four sisters. Survivors
include his wife, Fannie Rhudy; son,
Earl Rhudy Goodwin of Winter Haven;
two sisters, Ruby Nelson of Lake Wales


Catherine
Bernadette
Burger, 66, of
LakeWales
passed away
Thursday, Sept. 5,
2013 at her
residence.
She was born
Feb. 1,1947 to
the late Bernard
Joseph and
Atholola (Carr) Catherine Bernadette
Corcoran and has Burger
been a resident of the area since 2001.
She was a retired Customer Service Rep
for Faneuf Insurance Agency. Catherine
enjoyed camping. She raised dogs and
birds; she was a Sheltie breeder and


SAnnie Mae Pitts, 97, of Frostproof
passed away Monday, Sept. 16, 2013 at
the Oaks of Avon.
SShe was born Aug. 24, 1916, inAdel,
Ga., to Lewis Thomas and Mittie
Frances (Lovett) MNLxon and has been
a resident of the area since childhood.
Annie was a homemaker and of the
Church of God faith.
She was preceded in death by her
parents; husband, Odell Pitts in 1972;
son, Ernest Pitts in 1966 and grand-
daughter Nadine Lockard in 2001.
Survivors include her daughters,
Carol Grant and Mary Pitts, both of


and Margaret Ward of Lake Wales; two
grandchildren, Christina Goodwin and
Mitchell Goodwin; and one great-grand-
son, Nicolas Goodwin.
Visitation will be held from 6 until
8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16,2013 at the
Marion Nelson Funeral Home in Lake
Wales. The funeral service will be held
at 11 a.m.Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013 at the
Golfview Park Church of God with Rev.
Denny Cothern officiating. Interment
will follow at the Lake Wales Cemetery.
Condolences may be sent to the family
and the webcast of the service can be
viewed at www.marionnelsonfuneral-
home.com.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


was of the Protestant faith.
Catherine was preceded in death
by her husband, Wayne D. Burger.
Survivors include herdaughter, Melissa
J. Lascik 6f Lake Wales, sons, Edward R.
Biggs of Lindenwold, N.J., Timothy J.
Biggs of Pine Hill, N.J.; sisters, Margaret
E. Larkey of Marlton, N.J., Linda D.
Corcoran of Philadelphia, Pa.; and one
grandchild.
Funeral services will be held 10 a.m.
Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013 at the First
United Methodist Church of Lake Wales
with Rev. Jeff Kantz officiating.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home of
Lake Wales is handling arrangements.
Condolences may be sent to the family
at www.marionnelsonfuneralhome.
com.rn


Frostproof; sons, Lewis Pitts and Roy
Pitts, both of Frostproof; brother,
John Mixon of Harrisburg, Ark.; sister,
Louvenia McCants of Elba, Ala.; nine
grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren
and 10 great-great-grandchildren. ;
Memorial services will be held
at 6 p.m, Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013,
at the Southside Baptist Church in
Frostproof.
Condolences may be sent to the fam-
ily at www.marionnelsonfuneralhome.
com.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home is in'
charge of arrangements.


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City of Frostproof Budget Summary
Fiscal Year 2013-2014
THE OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF,
THE CITY OF FROSTPROOF ARE 2.85% LESS THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL
BUDGETED OPERATING EXPENDITURES; .
Taxes Millaaeper ,000oo 80587 GENERAL ENTERPRISE TOTAL
ESTIMATED REVENUES and FUND BALANCES FUND FUND BUDGET
rlu-. sper,,t13,le I3 710 13,710
Res'.l 16a ?Y 3;0 1630360 2 6:J.730
Assigned 56,840,56,840
Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance 1,994,940 300,000 2,294,940, .
Beginning Debt Service Balance 236,670 236.670
Grants 809,700 809700
BEGINNING FUND BALANCES 2,859,860 3,176;730 6,036,590
Ad Valorem Taxes 851,290 851.290
Franchise & Utility Taxes 562:050 20.000 582050
L,,:en..i ai Perrrr 42 0C6 42 000
,e,'o. .,-.,a s .,-,u 56 11 51 63.110
i'r.a.f.ii:,".i.S r.,,:6_ i '- .u I 01 ,',) I 819.820
Fi.e: F%.l'.lu.'.oi- 0'M 2000
h.-n^ qi i lr..-,-,nIrorr.3 20 000 I O1 0..)J 21 Ou0
Misc. Revenues 25,400 /60,000 85,400,
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 2,375,670 1,591,000 3,966670
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES and FUND BALANCES 5,235,530 4,767,730 10,003,260
ESTIMATED EXPENSES
General Government 432,650 432,650
Public Safety 900,940 900.940
Fire Department 166,000 166,000
Building Department 30,400 30,400
Cemetery Department 22,370 22,370
Streets Department 379,270 379,270
Library 179,680 179,680
Community Affairs 58,880 58,880
Auditorium 16,500 16,50
Garbage 355,900 355,900
Wastewater 353,080 353,080
Water 292,920 292,920
Stormwater 44,480 44,480
Debt Service 151,970 151,970
,TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENSES 2,186,690 1,198,350 3,385,040
Non-spendable 13,710 13,710
Restricted 679,370 1,880,360 2,559.730
Assigned 96,840 96,840
Ending Unreserved Fund Balance 2,070,180 362,020 2,432,200
Ending Debt Service Balance 242,300 242,300
Capital Grants 18.040 809,700 827,740
Capital Operating_ 170.700 275,000 445,700
ENDING FUND BALANCES 3,048,840 3,569.380 6.618,220
TOTAL ESTIMATED EXPENSES and'FUND BALANCES 5,235,530 4.767,730 10,003,260
vTHE TENTATIVE. ADOPTED, ANDIOR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE
IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK OF FROSTPROOF AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


Clarence Eugene Rhudy


Words of
Comfort
U Moments of joy
are proof that at
the heart of
Darkness
an unquenchable
light shines.
-Ardis Whitman


Catherine Bernadette Burger


Annie Mac Pitts


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING


The City of Frostproof has tentatively adopted a
budget for October 1,2013 September 30,2014.


A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the
budget AND TAXES will be held on:


Monday, September 23,2013
5:30 P.M.
City of Frostproof
City Hall Council Chambers -
111 West First Street
|oFrostproof, Florida


Page 10 The News


Wednesday. September 18.2013









Polk State Aerospace has


its first licensed'pilotsL


Two Polk State Aerospace students
are now officially pilots.
In late August, Tanner Atkinson, a
resident of Auburndale, passed the
Federal Aviation Administration's
Private Pilot Practical Test..
He is the first Polk State Aerospace
student to reach the milestone.
"It feels great. It's a big hurdle," said
Atkinson, who aims to either become a
commercial or corporate pilot.
The Private Pilot Certificate is
typically the first step for aspiring
pilots. With it, Atkinson can fly any
single-engine aircraft, anywhere, day
or night. He can even fly passengers.
He just can't get paid to fly.
"It's the equivalent of a flying-for-fun
license," said Polk State Aerospace
Program Director Eric Crump. "He can
take as many passengers as the aircraft
will hold. He can fly someone for
lunch, to the beach for the weekend,
across the country, to the Bahamas.
He has completely unlimited flight
privileges."
To reach private-pilot status, as-
piring pilots must have at least 40
hours of flight training and must pass
a computer-based and oral exam, as
well as the practical test, which covers
takeoffs and landings, emergency
in-air situations, and basic- aircraft
control, Crump said.
Robert Gerber, of Bartow, followed
up on Atkinson's achievement just
days later, also earning his private
pilot certificate.
. "It's exciting that now I have the
freedom to fly about the country,"
said Gerber, who wants to ultimately
become an airline pilot.


Both Atkinson and Gerber have been
enrolled in Polk State Aerospace since
it launched in January. Crump noted
that both received "glowing" reviews
during the practical test.
"They didn't just pass, they excelled,"
he said.
At its launch, Polk State Aerospace
offered an associate's degree in
Professional Pilot Science, for those
interested in careers as pilots or flight
instructors. Since then, it has added
an associate's degree in Aerospace
Administration, for those seeking
management positions at airports or
related operations.
Atkinson and Gerber are both study-
ing toward the degree in Professional
Pilot Science.
Crump said seeing the first students
become private pilots is immensely
satisfying.
"It proves that our program works,
that our training model and curricu-
lum does what it's supposed to do,"
Crump said. "I couldn't be more proud
of them. Every time I see someone go
through that process, it reminds me of
why I do this."
Polk State College Aerospace
launched in 2013 to meet the needs
of local students seeking careers in
the growing field of aviation. Through
the program, students earn an as-
sociate's degree in Professional Pilot
Science, preparing them to earn their
commercial pilot certificates from
the Federal Aviation Administration.
In fall 2013, it added an associate's
degree in Aerospace Administration,
which focuses on the business side of
aviation.


When the owner of a private farm returned home, he spotted two men in a
pick-up truck trespassing on his property. The men had helped themselves
to anything of value they could find in various buildings on the property. The
owner armed himself with a handgun and confronted the men instructing
them'to stop, get out of the vehicle and lie on the ground. One man complied
while the other got out of the vehicle and acted threateningly toward the ho-
meowner. When the aggressive man reached into the bed of the pick-up, pre-
sumably for a weapon, the owner reacted in self-defense and fired. The man
was later taken to the hospital and treated for non life-threatening injuries.
Both trespassers face felony charges including breaking and entering, larceny
and conspiracy. (Bluefield DailyTelegraph, Rock, WV, 11/6/12)
A 35-year-old woman woke around 3:30 a.m. and checked on her husband,
who was up late working on his computer. The couple was startled when their
home alarm sounded. The woman's husband checked the surveillance foot-
age on his computer only to discover four masked men working to pry open a
window. One of the men carried a rifle. As the woman dialed 911, her husband
retrieved his own firearm. The intruders gained entry within minutes. The ho-
meowner crouched behind a sofa and fired. The intruders returned fire before
fleeing the home. No one was reportedly injured. (The Times-Picayune, New
Orleans, LA, 11/16/12)
Roger Webster, owner of Webster's Store, and a female customer were stand-
Sing in front of the store when two men approached and forced them back
into the store. Webster and the customer were held at gunpoint and ordered
to give up money from the cash register. Webster complied. When the men
Demanded even more money, Webster motioned as if retrieving more cash,
but instead retrieved his handgun from the register and fired several rounds
at the armed suspect. Both men fled. Neither Webster nor the customer were
harmed. (Dorchester Banner, Cambridge, MD, 11/2/12)
A 35-year-old woman called 911 after a man followed her home from a gas
station and forced hisway inside through the front door. The woman allegedly
ordered the man to leave then retreated to her bedroom. The intruder picked
up a knife from the kitchen table and followed her. It was reported that he
threatened the woman with the knife and ordered her to take off her clothes.
She warned the man that she would shoot him, but he continued to push her
to undress. She retrieved a 9 mm handgun from underneath a pillow on her
bed and pointed it at the intruder. When he continued toward her, she pulled
the trigger. The suspect was fatally wounded. (Santa Fe New Mexican, Alcalde,
NM, 11/8/12) .
Jill Stucker, 64, was at home watching television around 9:20 p.m. when a
26-year-old man broke in through a window. When Stucker heard the glass
shatter, she armed herself with a handgun and proceeded to exit through the
back door. As she fled her own home, the intruder followed. When Stucker re-
alized she was being chased, she turned and fired a single shot striking him in
the chest. The intruder fled, but later collapsed on a nearby doorstep. He was
reportedly hospitalized in critical condition. (Lake City Reporter, Lake City, FL,
10/23/12)
Douglas Downs, 48, was at home with a friend, 36-year-old Andrew Boyd,
shortly after midnight when several armed men broke into his home and tried
to rob him. Boyd was forced into the basement before Downs managed to
retrieve a handgun from a chair in the living room. Downs fired numerous
rounds until the first man dropped his weapon. He then exchanged gunfire
with a second intruder. A third intruder appeared and helped his accomplices
out of the home to a vehicle where a fourth man waited. Police were later no-
tified that a man with multiple gunshot wounds had been taken to a nearby
hospital. All four men were later found, arrested and charged for their involve-
ment in the home invasion. Downs and Boyd were uninjured. (York Daily Re-
cord, York, PA, 10/24/12)

Two men knocked on the door of a residence with ill intent. The door was an-
swered by an 83-year-old woman using a walker. The men pushed against the
door and gained entry with ease. One of the men stayed close to the elderly
resident, while the second intruder made his way into the bedrooms. Fearing
for her safety, the woman went to a desk in her living room where she kept
her pistol. Upon seeing the gun, the suspect urged the other to "come on"
The men fled with cash and jewelry, but the resident was left unharmed. (The
Greeneville Sun, Greene County, TN, 11/2/12)


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Page 12 The News Wednesday, September 18,2013

HLA GE Fire Rescue EMS personnel, Williams "projectiles" were recovered from self-defense. McCain claimed that
A E identified the alleged shooter to the ground underneath the victim, Williams pulled a gun on him, and
police, and a third had been recovered from that a physical struggle ensued.
FROM PAGE 1 Police believe McCain fled the Williams' body. McCain, police said, indicated he
scene on foot. He was arrested later Another witness reported to police, "obtained possession" of the gun arid
When PCSO deputies arrived on Monday at his Greenview Terrace according to reports, that McCain shot the victim one time.
scene, reports indicated they found address. "commonly carries a rusty .357 McCain said he then fled the scene
Williams across the street from the According to reports, at least one revolver." and disposed of the gun. Police said
club with "multiple" gunshot wounds, witness positively identified McCain When arrested, police said McCain McCain "refused to help locate the
While being treated by Polk County from a photo line up, and that two told them the shooting was in gun,"


BOOSTER
FROM PAGE 1

For example, last year, the club
purchased two HD video cameras that
each sports program could use during
the season, anda special computer
software package that helped track
individual and teams stats and video,
which besides being an aid to coaches,
can be a big help in the college recruit-
ing process as well.
Club president Rachel Pooley said the
group is dedicated to doing as much as
they can because of the many benefits,
on and off the field, that participating
in athletics can bring.
"The benefits of a strong high school
athletic program are endless and, in my
opinion, more important than ever,"
Pooley said Monday after the successful
fundraiser. "Students who are involved
in athletics learn the importance of
teamwork and how their decisions
affect not only themselves, but others
around them. They learn how to take
risks and develop internal skills for
handling pressure. Being involved in
athletics helps them improve their time
management and social skills."
Sports is also a tool that can develop


In addition to raising lots of money for Frostproof
programs, the football Bulldogs are off to a 3-0 st
season, which is all the more reason for the smile
offensive line Coach Michael Claypool and wife Ma
and Head Coach Price Harris (right), and wife Niki.


PHOTOS BY K.M. THORTON SR.


Executive board members for the booster club this year include, from left: Jennifer Beaudua, Marion Clements, Jacquelyn Bobb, Lisa Portwood, Bill
Miller, Jennifer Plair, Simone Aldrich, Mike Smeal and Rachel Pooley.


many important characteristics in
young people, she believes. Her son is
one of the stars of the Frostproof golf
team this fall.
"Leaders will develop on
teams and they have op-
portunities to improve their
leadership gifts. Athletes
also improve in areas like
academics and school
attendance because they
must meet requirements
in these areas in order to
participate in high school
athletics," she said. "And we
can't forget the fitness ben-
efits for our children. Being
active reduces their body
'fat percentage and builds
muscle. Believe it or not,
participating on a sports
team helps our student
f sports athletes better their concen-
art this tration and problem-solving
s from skills."
ary Beth, Last year, the club sold
32 advertising banners


on display now at Faris Brannen
Stadium. This year, they upped that
number to 35. They added an athletic
boosters section to the school news-
letter last year, made new permanent
football parking signs, purchased
uniforms for the boy's basketball
team and a uniform piece for the
cheerleaders, created a new format
for the revived Hall of Fame gala, and
completed and now display nine Hall
of Fame Plaques on the Wall of Fame
in the gym lobby.-:.
This year, they are .iming to add
a third HD camera, purchase more
team uniforms, and create a new
website that will include an athletic
alumni database.
As Pooley points out, part of the
group's mission statement notes
that, "it is important to us that every
coach, athlete and sport at our school
be successful."
"Students who participate in
sports are more likely to graduate,
90 percent less likely to do drugs,
and female athletes are 80 percent


less likely to become pregnant," she
added. "The simplicity of it all is that
if our children are busy with athletics,
they don't have the free time on their
hands that can potentially lead to
unwanted situations."
The group has added several
executive board positions in the last
couple of years. In addition to Pooley
as president, Simone Aldrich-serves
as vice president, Michael Smeal as .
treasurer and Jennifer Plair as secre-
tary. Jennifer Beaudua is the grants.
coordinator. Other executi ejbjarl,
members include Jacquelyri B5bb,
Marion Clements, Bill Miller and Lisga
Portwood. ,.-
"Our Bulldog Booster Board cur-
renfly consists of parents who all have
student athletes at Frostproof Middle
Senior High School. We are person-
ally vested with our most valuable
assets, our children," Pooley added.
"We love this school and are excited
about what we can do now and in the
future to benefit the Athletic Program
at Frostproof."


BUDGET

FROM PAGE 1

bring the books back into balance. Even
though the books are square, and have
the state mandatory 3 percent contin-
gency/emergency fund, the budget still
falls short of the 5 percent the board's
: own policies require.
S"We have challenges," said School
Board Chairman Hazel Sellers, "But we
have a plan to get ourselves back on
track."
LeRoy has focused the budget on
increasing student achievement, pro-
viding extra help for those students with
reading problems, laying the groundwork
for the new Common Core standards
to be implemented statewide and for
providing the extra help the systems' six
low-grade schools need.
. LeRoy said that the budget paring
will be an ongoing process and she will
be looking to all district employees to
see where money can be saved and will
welcome community comment on the
budget's efficiency.
Included in the budget are some
$16.6 million in state funds that are
earmarked solely for salary increases


for teachers and principals. Another
$2.2 million will go to the county's
charter schools.
The system expects expenditures to
hover at $731 million- most from local
property taxes, the state and federal gov-
ernments. The remainder is comprised of
grants and income from other sources.
That 7.54 mills means a property
owner will pay $7.54 per $1,000 of
assessed value, meaning a home valued
at $100,000 less exemptions would
generate $565.50 for the school's coffers.
The school levy for the same property
last year was $562.
The budget is based on a total student
enrollment of 95,330 students which


generates $6,648 in state money per
student. The board also employs 13,148
people, 6,568 are teachers and the re-
mainder are administrators, district staff
or other non-instructional personnel.
There will be no state funds for capital
outlay projects or maintenance.
Also included in the budget is
$32 million in impact fees generated
by new home construction throughout
the county. Earlier reports indicated
some conflict with the Board of County
Commissioners over how those impact
fees should be spent, but, according to
District Operations Director Greg Rivers,
that has been clarified to both the board
and the commission's satisfaction.


"All their concerns have been put to
rest," relayed School Board Member
Hugh Berryman. "It's all copacetic."
SRivers said the county's concern
appeared to be one of transparency and
accountability.
"We agreed to do an annual report
for the board (commissioners) and they
will maintain the funds in their accounts
until we need them. We just have to go to
them with a plan and we'll get the funds."
An issue with the county appeared to be
where the impact funds were to be spent.
"We don't have to spend the fees in the
area in which they are generated," Rivers
explained. "We can spend those funds
anywhere in the district we need to."


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WEDNESDAY, Sept. 18

Yoga at the Library in the Schoenoff
Meeting Room. Classes meet each
Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to
6:45 p.m. in the Lake Wales Public
Library Meeting Room. Fees: $10
per class, $32 for 4 classes or $60 for
8 classes of instruction. Fees may
be paid at the City of Lake Wales
Cashier's Office, 201 West Central
Ave., LW. Cash, checks or major credit
cards are accepted. Payments of cash
or check may be made at class. Call
863-678-4004.

Wacky Wednesday, Cracker Toppers,
$7 per person. Senior Citizens age
65-plus are $3.50. Teachers and mili-
tary with ID are $3.50. Children under
two are free. Explorations V Children's
Museum, 109.North Kentucky Ave.,
Lakeland, 863-687-3869.

PICKLEBALL open to all from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Kirkland
Gymnasium, 409 N. 3rd Street every
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday. Contact: Carol Yarbrough at
813-478-3801 for more information.

*THURSDAY, Sept. 19

Thrilling Thursday, Picking
Apples, 10:30 a.m. $7 per person.
Senior Citizens age 65-plus are
$3.50. Teachers and military with
ID are $3.50. Children under two
are free. Explorations V Children's
Museum, 109 North Kentucky Ave.,
Lakeland.,863-687-3869.


Police/Citizens Advisory Board
meeting in the staff lunchroom at the
City Administration building, 201 W
Central Avenue from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

e-Reader Support Group for
hands-on assistance with the library's
downloadable e-book collection,
OverDrive. No registration necessary.
Bring e-reader and laptop. Kindle
users should know their Amazon.com
logini and password. Main lobby at
2:30 p.m.

Alzheimer's Support Group every
third Thursday, Water's Edge, 10 Grove
Ave. W., Lake Wales. Charlmaine
Waldrop, 863-678-6800.

F FRIDAY, Sept. 20

"Charlie & the Chocolate Factory"
Children's Theatre at Lake Wales Little
Theatre Sept. 20-29. Friday & Saturday
performances begin at 7:30 p.m. and
Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets available at
True Value Hardware, 676-7278.

LW Area Chamber of Commerce
Durso Awards Luncheon at 11:30 a.m.
at First Baptist Church. More details
TBA, Contact: 863-676-3445.

Fish fry every Friday, 6-8 p.m., B
Street Community Center.

SATURDAYA, Sept. 21

Chess for Kids every Saturday at
12 p.m. at Lake Wales Public Library
Children's Room, 290 Cypress


Garden Lane, 863-678-4004 for more
information.

Fall Fresh Market held on the grounds
at the historic l.B. Brown house, 470 L.B.
Brown Avenue, Bartow. Every Saturday
morning: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 7 through
Oct. 26. Vendor space limited. For infor-
mation contact: Maria- 813-501-3238 or
by email at Centralfloridaeventservices@
gmail.com.

American Legion Riders meeting ev-
ery third Saturday, 43 W Park Ave., Lake
Wales. May take rides after the meetings.
863-589-5689

MONDAY, Sept. 23

Yoga at the Library in the Schoenoff
Meeting Room. Classes meet each
Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to
6:45 p.m. in the Lake Wales Public
Library Meeting Room. Fees: $10 per
class, $32 for 4 classes or $60 for 8 classes
of instruction. Fees may be paid at the
City of Lake Wales Cashier's Office, 201
West Central Ave., LW. Cash, checks
or major credit cards are accepted.
Payments of cash or check may be made
at class. Call 863-678-4004.

Magical Monday, The Apple Pie Tree,
10:30 a.m. $7 per person. Senior Citizens


age 65-plus are $3.50. Teachers and mil-
itary with ID are $3.50. Children under
two are free. Explorations V Children's
Museum, 109 North Kentucky Ave.,
Lakeland, 863-687-3869.


TUESDAY, Sept. 24

Chess for Kids every Tuesday at 2 p.m.
at Lake Wales Public Library Children's
Room, 290 Cypress Garden Lane, 863-
678-4004 for more information.

Open Art, 1 p.m. Includes Tissue Paper
Painting, Metal Art, Apple Tree and
Sunflower Garden. $7 per person. Senior
Citizens age 65-plus are $3.50. Teachers
and military with ID are $3.50. Children
under two are free. Explorations V
Children's Museum, 109 North Kentucky
Ave., Lakeland, 863-687-3869.

Terrific Tuesday, Cupcake Sequencing,
10:30 a.m. $7 per person. Senior Citizens
age 65-plus are $3.50. Teachers and mil-
itary with ID are $3.50. Children under
two are free. Explorations V Children's
Museum, 109 North Kentucky Ave.,
Lakeland, 863-687-3869.

LW Area Chamber Business@
Breakfast at Vanguard School at 7:30 a.m.
More details TBA. Contact: 863-676-3445


FREE BREAKFAST
There is a Free Breakfast at B St. Community Center, on the first and third Saturdays of every month, from
9 a.m. to 11 a.m. For more information, or to make donations, contact Reverend Alton Norwood at 863-618-
7641 or stop by his address at 114 W. Crystal Ave., Lake Wales. Reverend Norwood has been doing flee breakfast
for the community since 2005. He has a website at http://sites.google.com/site/cbmoinclakewalesfl/.


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Wednesday, September 18,2013










Bulldogs still perfect



Long trip to new league foe in attempt forfour straight


By BILL ROGERS
BROGERS@HEARTLANDENEWSPAPERS.COM

Undefeated Frostproof overcame
some mistakes and managed to re-
cord another lopsided victory Friday
night.
Mulberry was the victim this time
as the Bulldogs rolled to a 34-0 win at
the Phosphate Bowl in Mulberry.
The game was called at the 8:47
mark of the fourth period due to an
injured Mulberry player.
The Bulldogs' offense continued to
look impressive. They have racked up
141 points in three games (while the
defense has only allowed 18) setting
the stage for its district opening game
Friday at Bishop McLaughlin High
School, coached by former Florida
State star Derrick Alexander. The
school is located in SpringHill.
The Bulldogs, 3-0, have had three
lopsided wins to start the season, but
Coach Price Harris said it's given his
club time to worry about themselves
first.
"I tell the team all the time, it's not
about who we are playing this week,
it's about us. We have to get better
this week," Harris said. "We're trying
to focus on us. There's a lot we still
need to improve on."
Three weeks into the season, Harris
says this team could contend for a
district title. .
"We're not where we want to be
at the end of the season, but I think
we're progressing. We had a couple
mess-ups last week in blocking as-
signments, and our execution wasn't
where I wanted it to be, so we still
have to get better there,"
Just how good Frostproof might be
is still an open question.
"I have greater expectations than
they probably even have. I see


THIS WEEK
FROSTPROOF AT BISHOP
MCLAUGHLIN
WHEN: Friday, 7 p.m. in Spring Hill in Hernando
County
RECORDS: Frostproof is 3-0. Bishop McLaughlin is
1-2. This is the district opener for both teams.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT BISHOP
MCLAUGHLIN: Former Florida State defensive
lineman Derrick Alexander is in his third year as the
Hurricanes coach. Come in off a 48-21 loss at the
hands of Cambridge Christian. Wide receiver William
Potosky has some size and skill, and quarterback
RJ Perciavalle can move the football. He scored all
three of his team's TD's in the loss, and completed
17 passes for 228 yards. Beat Santa Fe (Lakeland)
in season opener, 36-21, then got shutout, 47-0, by
Northside Christian in week two (in a battle of ex
NFLers. Mike Alstott coaches Northside).
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT FROSTPROOF: In
addition to three wins to open the season, the
Bulldogs have gotten through it with relatively few -
injuries. While not issue free, the roster is in tact
as it gets ready to tackle the meat of its schedule.
Outstanding lineman Mike McFarlane has been
S nursing a tender ankle, but is making good strides
in recovering from that. Making a two and one-half
hour bus ride to play a high school game is never
good (unless it's deep in the state playoffs), so
there are a few variables at play here that mean
the Bulldogs will still have to mind their P's and Q's.
This would be a good chance to shake the turnover
bugaboo that was in evidence in Mulberry last week
despite the relatively easy win.
THE SKINNY: Class 3A, District 4, Frostproofs
new home this year, is a real doozy. The Hurricanes
are the only team that likely doesn't have a realistic
shot at a district title, so its important for the Bull-
dogs to put one in the win column out of the gate.
The other four district games -Fort Meade. Tampa
Catholic, Berkeley Prep and Lakeland Christian -
are all potential toss ups. Get a win, stay healthy,
and move forward and improve are the simple goals
this week.


something that they don't quite see
yet. If we continue to improve, we can
be a very formidable team," Harris
added. "It's the little things. And it's
the little things that make the differ-
ence between a team that's very good,
which we are, and great, which we
can be. The right step here, the right
read, doing the little things will make
a difference in the big things."
The other good news, so far, is that
starting district play, the Bulldogs are
pretty healthy, Harris noted.
In Mulberry, on its first possession,
Frostproof picked up a first down but
a loss on a fumbled snap forced a
punt.
Both teams were hurt by turnovers
in the first quarter but neither side
could take advantage of the opportu-
nities. There was no score at the end
of the first quarter.
The Bulldogs got their offense on
track in the second quarter. They
struck quickly, taking only three plays
to cover 60 yards. Trevis Herrington
raced 5 yards into the end zone for
the first score of the game at the 10:09
mark of the quarter. The Bulldogs
went for two points and a lateral to
Jarviel Hart was successful to make it
8-0.
A fumble by Mulberry's Willie
Walker that was then recovered
by Richard Cobb and that set the
Bulldogs up in great field position at
the Panthers' 23.
But Frostproof couldn't cash in.
The Bulldogs pushed the ball to the
10-yard line, but they lost another
fumble.
The Bulldogs put together their sec-
ond scoring drive, starting from their
own 45. They overcame two penalties
and an 8-yard loss during the drive.
A 41-yard pass from Xavier Gaines to
Hart for the touchdown made it 14-0
with 2:04 left in the quarter. A pass
attempt for two points failed and the
visitors were up by two scores at the
half.
The Bulldogs' defense pitched a
first-half shutout for the second week
in a row.
Frostproof took the second half
kickoff and marched from its own 20
to the Panthers' 21. But Herrington
coughed up the ball and Mulberry
recovered to end the threat.
Another Mulberry turnover set up
Frostproof's third touchdown. Hart
intercepted an overthrown pass by
Jordon Sweet.
The Bulldogs were helped by three
,penalties against the Panthers on the
drive. Two of them were for having


PHOTOS BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
There were several fumbles early Friday night as Frostproof visited Mulberry. This is one that the
Bulldogs got, and they rolled to an easy win.


Its not always glamorous to do the dirty work, but here Jarviel Hart delivers anice block for
Frostproof running back and teammate Trevis Harrington during action Friday in Mulberry.,
too many players on the field, for the two-point conversion to put
Jaylyn McKinney's 17-yard run the Bulldogs on top 28-0. A 50-yard
around the left side made it 20-0 with pass from Gaines to Dewayne Hobbs-
2:34 remaining in the third quarter. Larkin was the big play in the drive.
A pass attempt for two points was On the ensuing kickoff, Mulberry
intercepted but the Bulldogs were in fumbled the ball and the Bulldogs
control. recovered at the Panther 19. Gaines
Frostproof added two touchdowns hit Herrington on the next play for -
within 12 seconds of each other early the touchdown. The extra-point kick
in the fourth quarter, attempt failed and it was now 34-0.
Cecil Cherry scored the first Overall, the Frostproof defense only
touchdown and Marcus Bobb ran gave up 57 yards on the night.


Withiots
of points
and
another
shutout,
the Frost-
proof
cheer-
leaders
have had
lots to
make
noise
about so
far this
season,
including
Friday
night in
Mulberry.


Jarviel Hart finds the going a little tough,
sandwiched between two Mulberry defenders
in action Friday night for the Bulldogs.


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Wednesday, September 18,2013







Lake-Placid too much


for Lady Bulldogs


|"-...-1..__, -
It's all for one, and one for all as the Bulldogs Frostproof has exceptional athletes in many
used a little team work to try and make this sports, and volleyball is no exception as Rakaya
return in a home match against Lake Placid Neely who skys here to make a kill last week
Sept. 12. The Lady Bulldogs are next at home against Lake Placid. Her skills and talent have
on Sept. 26 when they host Avon Park. several colleges interested in her to play at
that level once she graduates. Her
I mother Kayreen is the Frostproof
coach.


Frostproof's Rakaya Neely goes over the top of the net in an effort to make a play during volley-
ball action last week in Frostproof. The Bulldogs are 1-3 on the season; and will be at Mulberry
tomorrow night. Frostproof owns a win over the Lady Panthers already this year.


PHOTOS BY K.M.
THORNTON SR.
Frostproof's
Chelsea Hangar
goes up for this
shot in girl's
varsity volleyball
action last week
as the Lady Bull- -
dogs hosted Lake
Placid. The Lady
Dragons won the
match in three'
games, 25-9,
25-15 and 25-6.



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SWeigel, Ferguson reeled in the big bass


By RON DENTON
NEWS OUTDOOR CORRESPONDENT

The Lakeland Jr. Bassmasters
launched 25 boats from Lake Shipp
earlier this month.
Roger Weigel won the 11-14 year old
division with 16.86 pounds, anchored
by his 4.83 pound big bass, while
Luke Ferguson took the 15-18 year old
division with 17.92 pounds, and Kyle
Stafford had the 6.6 pound big bass of
the day.
With only five fish over four pounds,
small fish led to small bags overall in
the Shuffle on Shipp.

Following are the results:

S 11-14 year olds: first Roger Weigel,
16.86 Ibs, big bass of 4.83 pounds;
second Connor Price, 7.48 pounds;
third Kyle Sheffield, 7.43 pounds; fourth
Jackson Williams, 6.21 pounds; fifth
Logan Blagg, 5.89 lbs.
15-18 year olds: first Luke Ferguson,
17.92 pounds; second Danny Lake,
13.11 pounds; third Kyle Stafford,
6.6 pounds, big bass, 6.6 pounds;
fourth Chris Kinker, 5.78 pounds; fifth
Harry Linsinbigler, 5.34 pounds.

Upcoming Youth
Tournaments:

Lakeland Jr Bassmasters' next tour-
nament is Oct. 5, on the Harris Chain.
For information on the tournament
or becoming a member, call Martin
Bozeman at 863-640-8349, or see the
website at www.lakelandjunior
bassmasters.com.
BA.S.S. High School Team
Tournament to be held Oct. 6, on the
Harris Chain.
For information, contact Martin
Bozeman at 863-640-8349 or Jeff


Brooks at 561-271-0252, Registration
and information also available at www,
l(ni idafedermiionnaitin.ncoml/youth,
php.

Bobby Lane Cup

The third annual Bobby Lane Cup,
hosted by Bartow High School Yellow
Jackets, is scheduled Dec. 14, on the
Kissimmee Chain. For more informa-
tion, call Derek Boswell at 863-513-
8877, or see www.highschoolfishing.
org.

The Reel Kids

The Reel Kids ages 4-12 of Polk
County fishedrecently at Camp Mack,
with four tickets to LegoLand at stake.
The first winner at the 12:30 p.m.
weigh-in was Riley Harrison. She won
fishing tackle, plus a certificate signed
by Bobby Lane, a pro angler in the
Bassmaster Elite Series.
Here are the tournament results: 6
and younger, Micah LaBarbera; 7-9,
Jackson Weeks; 10-12, Jeremiah Mobley.
Micah won four tickets to LegoLand
and more fishing tackle.
Other participants were Alexa Lane,
Dalton Van dam, John Sullivan and
Shane Schumber. They also get a rod
and reel plus more fishing tackle.
(Information on outdoor recreation
and sports activities can be emailed to
Ron Denton at captain.ron.denton@
gmail.comrn.)


Partidcipants in Saturday's Reel Kids event
gather on stage for a group photo. The Reel
Kids fishing event was hosted by the Bartow
HS Jackets Bass Fishing Team and Camp Mack
on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. Participants
competed in Flipping/Pitching, Casting and
Reeling during Saturday's event.


PHOTOS BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
Eugene Kauffman of Haines City helps his son, 5-year-old Brody Kauffman master his fishing skills
at Saturday's Reel Kids event hosted by the Bartow HS Jackets Bass Fishing Team and Camp Mack
on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes.


Hundreds attend funeral for 12-year-old


Pallbearers wearing anti-bullying T-shirts carry the casket of Rebecca Sedwick,12, to a waiting
hearse as they exit the Whidden-McLean Funeral Home Monday.


AP PHOTOS
Aimee Galassi
holds a sign
during a
carwash
fundraiser for
Rebecca Ann
Sedwick at the
S7-11 on U.S. 98
and Daugh-
tery Road
in Lakeland
Sunday.


By TAMARA LUSH
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Some 250 mourners thronged a funeral
service Monday for Rebecca Sedwick who
authorities say committed suicide after
being bullied online by several girls for
nearly a year.
Many of those thronging the 45-minute
service for the 12-year-old in Bartow wore
T-shirts with an anti-bullying slogan in
neon green, the girl's favorite color. Family
members, who knew the girl as "Becca,"
had asked mourners to wear colorful
clothing.
Sheriff's detectives say the girl was
"terrorized" by as many as 15 girls who
ganged up on her and picked on her for
months through online message boards
and texts. Authorities say they are investi-
gating whether there is enough evidence
to bring charges against any of the girls.
The bullying began over a "boyfriend
issue" and some of the girl's entries in her
diaries found at home "would break your
heart," said Polk County Sheriff Grady
Judd. He said she talked of how depressed
she had become. On Sept. 9, authorities
.said, she climbed to a tower at an aban-
doned concrete plant and hurled herself
to her death.
Photos of Rebecca Sedwick were
displayed on monitors in the funeral
home, and poster boards filled with
pictures of her and her family stood at the
entrance to the funeral home Monday.
Her body was in a closed white casket
with flowers on top. A sign by the casket
read: "Everyday, more and more kids kill
themselves because of bullying. How
many lives have to be lost until people


realize words do matter?"
Several young girls cried as they lis-
tened to the two speakers at the funeral.
None of the girls friends or family spoke
- but music with somber lyrics preceded
the service, including "Why," By Rascal
Flatts, "Concrete Angel," by Martina
McBride and 'Arms of the Angel."
"Something like this cuts our legs out
from under us," Pastor Eddie Owen told
the mourners. "We've got more questions
than answers."
Owen urged the girl's family to cherish
the happy memories like how Rebecca
loved to dance and make up different
moves and lean on their faith to face
thedifficult months ahead.
"There's grief, there's hurt, there's anger
and there's guilt," Owen said. "You're
going to have to deal with those things in
the coming days. Do not let them master
you."
Fundraisers were held over the
weekend to help Rebecca's family cover
funeral expenses. She leaves behind a
mother, father, stepfather, six sisters, three
brothers and grandparents along with
many cousins, aunts and uncles.
After the suicide, police looked at the
girl's computer and found search queries
such as "what is overweight for a 13-year-
old girl," "how to get blades out of razors,"
and "how many over-the-counter drugs
do you take to die." One of her screensav-
ers also showed Rebecca with her head
resting on a railroad track..
Authorities have seized computers and
cellphones from some of the girls as they
decide whether to bring charges. The
parents of the other girls were cooperat-
ing with authorities.


Paoe 16 The News


Wednesday, September 18,2013








I BULLETIN BOARD


Little Theatre
For the past several weeks, directors
Audrey Fritz and Leslie Grondin have
been rehearsing with over 65 talented
children from the Lake Wales area
as they prepare for the Children's
Theatre presentation of Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory, the first production
of the 2013-2014 Season.
Be sure to purchase your tickets and
come out to enjoy the show and sup-
port these hard-working youngsters.
There will also be a special presenta-
tion from the Theatre Tots.
Performance Dates: Fridays and
Saturday Sept. 20, 22, 27 & 28 at
7:30 p.m.; Sunday Matinees Sept. 23
& 29 at2p.m.

LWLT Auditions
The LWLT will be holding auditions
for Mama Won't Fly, their first adult
production of the season, on Monday,
Sept. 23 and Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 7 p.m.
at the theatre. Perusal scripts are avail-
able at the Lake Wales Public Library.
The director is Heather Clarke
O'Brien. Performance Dates are
Nov. 8 24.
Synopsis: An outrageously hilarious
.race against the clock begins when
Savannah Sprunt Fairchild Honeycutt
agrees to get her feistymother all the
way from Alabama to California in time
for her brother's wedding. Savannah's
problem: Mama won't fly. With only
four days to make it to the ceremony,
this determined daughter has no
choice but to drive cross-country with
her equally willful mother, Norleen
Sprunt, in Mama's vintage sedan. Every
conceivable-and inconceivable-mishap
.that can occur does. This ferociously
funny, family- friendly Jones-Hope-
Wooten comedy will have you laughing
your way across the country and all the
way down the aisle!-
SFor more information, contact the
Theatreatlakewaleslittletheatre@lwlt.
org.

Vintage Market at
Winter Haven
The Winter Haven Garden Center
Vintage Market is coming soon. There
will be free admission on Saturday,
Sept. 28, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The event will be held at the intersec-
tion of Third Street NW and Lake Silver
Drive NW in Winter Haven. Forty-five
unique vendors will be, featured,
including antiques, fashion, jewelry,
furniture, garden decor, boutiques, cafe
and tasty treats. The vintage is cottage
glam and shabby chic. Fantastic Florida
friendly mums will be for sale.
Programs include the following:
10 a.m. Care of Orchids, John King;
11 a.m. Thyme for Herbs, Shirley and
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Ron Allen; 1 p.m. Container Gardening,
Phil Sigman; 2 p.m. Living the Vintage
Life, Lori Powell with Fancy Flea.
Children's activities include planting
sunflower seeds, color flowers and
learn the parts of them and the bee
story.
Call 863-293-7638 for more infor-
mation. The event is sponsored by the
Winter Haven Council of Garden Clubs.

Imperial Polk Genealogical
Society Meeting
A meeting of the Imperial Polk
Genealogical Society will take place
on Sept. 14 at 1 p.m. at the Unitarian
Universalist Congregation, located at
3140 Troy Ave., Lakeland.
The topic is "Bring Your Brickwalls,"
presented by Alvie L. Davidson CG.
The event is free. Call 863-686-3886
for more information.

Free household hazardous
waste and electronics
disposal in October
Polk-County residents can safely
dispose of household hazardous waste
and electronic equipment for free
during a collection event hosted by the
County's Waste Resource Management
Division and the City of Bartow. The
collection will take place on Oct. 12
from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. to the east of Bartow
High School in the parking lot on the
corner of East Georgia St. and Jackson
Ave. (entry allowed only from East
Georgia St. with exiting onto South
Broadway Ave).
Household hazardous materials
accepted during the event include
automotive products, paint products,
most batteries (alkaline can be thrown
away in the trash), cleaners, polishes,
solvents, aerosol cans, insecticides,
disinfectants and pool chemicals.
Residents can drop off up to five elec-
tronic items per household. Electronic
materials accepted include: computers,
monitors, keyboards, terminals, televi-
sions, stereos, printers, fax machines,
VCR/DVD players, video cameras and
video game consoles. No small electri-
cal appliances will be accepted.
SBusiness waste will not be accepted.
Businesses may call Polk County's
Waste Resource Management Division
at (863) 284-4319 to learn proper
disposal procedures.
For more information, call the City of
Bartow at (863) 534-0181 or the County
at (863) 284-4319 or 863-499-2689 on
Saturday or log onto polk-county.net.


Lake Mirror Classic Auto
Festival & Auction
Lakeland, Fla. (Sept. 10, 2013) The
Lake Mirror Classic Auto Festival &


Auction has grown to become one of
the Southeast United States premiere
collector car events. Now in its 14th
year, the event will take place in
Downtown Lakeland, Fla., with over
600 cars on display. The event kicks
off on Friday, Oct. 18 with the Friends
of Lake Mirror Park Luncheon with
featured speaker Honorary Chairman
Wayne Cherry and followed that
evening with the Budweiser Hot Rod
Rendezvous. Beginning on Saturday
morning, the Concours d'Elegance
select display of classic automobiles
will take place along the shores of
Lake Mirror and collector cars will
be displayed throughout Downtown
Lakeland. The festival also includes
antique wooden boats, motorcycles, car


auction, entertainment and over 100
vendors participating. The Lake Mirror j
Classic concludes orn-Sunday with a
road rally through the back roads of
Central Florida.

Methodist Bazaar and
Craft Show
Crafters: On Nov. 16, The Methodist
Church of Frostproof, located at
150 DeVane Street in Frostproof, will
be having their annual Bazaar and
Craft Show. The show begins at 8 a.m.
and runs throughout the day. Choice
of space includes inside or outside.
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church office at 863-635-3107 for more
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Tails of the Wild tiger surgery
9 91 y


Tigers are the largest cat species. Their
original habitat stretched over most of
Asia. Unfortunately today, their habitat
is much more limited. In the wild the
number of tigers is very small, and get-
ting smaller. There are several subspecies
of tigers, the better known being Bengal
(native to India, Nepal and Bangladesh)
and Siberian (native to eastern Siberia),
Many tigers live in captivity in the
United States. Although one would
think that most of thetigers would be
in zoos, that is not the case. Many tigers
are purchased as pets, but they end up
being,too large or too difficult to handle.
These tigers either end up on the black
market (as many parts of the tiger are
sought after) or in private rescues.
One such private rescue exists locally
in Frostproof. The organization is
called Tails of the Wild. This nonprofit
'corporation was started to give homes


Dr. Carol Thompson






to unwanted, abused and neglected
wildlife. Jarrod Davis founded Tails of
the Wild as a Florida nonprofit in 2005.
Davis has worked in the entertainment
field with tigers, including Seigfried and
Roy, Disney's Animal Kingdom, and
several Animal Planet movies. Coming
from this background of handling tigers,
Davis saw the need to provide a quality
habitat for the less fortunate animals in
captivity. Tails of the Wild is currently
home to more
than 30 ani-
mals, including
tigers, monkeys
and numerous
reptiles.
Several years
ago; I was asked
to become the
staff veterinar-
ian for Tails
of theWWild.
Not knowing
much about
these beautiful
animals at first,


it has been a wonderful learning experi-
ence for me. These animals are cared for
daily by the staff at the rescue, who are
responsible for monitoring the animals'
appetite, attitude and general well-be-
ing. Sometimes medical care is needed.
We have treated minor injuries, such as
abscesses and urinary tract infections,
and several more serious conditions,
such as a back injury and most recently
a mammary tumor.
Several months ago, the staff noticed
a small wound on one of the female
tigers abdomen. Thinking it was a cut
or scratch, it was initially treated with
antibiotics. The area healed but then
returned, and the lesion was larger than
before. Without anesthesia, examining
the tiger is difficult. When we were
able to get a closer look at the area, we


PHOTOS
PROVIDED
Ana, a tiger at
Tails of the Wild
in Frostproof had
to have surgery to
have a mammary
gland removed...
The removal was
Successful, but the.
recovery was not as
Ana passed away.
noticed that it was very close to the
mammary gland. The location, coupled
with the fact that it returned larger,
made us believe the lesion was actually a
manimary tumor. Unfortunately there is
not a lot of information on this condition
in tigers. The risk of a poor outcome was
high due to the potential seriousness of
the tumor and the age of this tiger. When
the cat stopped eating, we decided that
we needed to take action.
Doing this type of procedure in the
field takes a lot of planning. We were
able to partner with Dr. Hennessy of Polk
Equine and Dr. Chapnick from Veterinary
Healthcare Associates. After anesthetiz-
ing the tiger, Dr. Hennessy aided us by
taking radiographs (X-rays) of the tiger,
looking for any evidence of spread of the
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Left: Surgery
being performed
on Ana.

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Saving reefs byenlisting citizens as scientists
Saving reefs by' enlisting' citizen's as scientists


By ALEX KIRBY
CLIMATE NEWS NETWORK,
LONDON Ever wanted to see a
coral reef up close? What until now has
been a privilege reserved to a small
minority is about to become something
millions of us can (virtually) do.
Scientists have hit on a way to harness
360-degree panoramas from Google's
underwater street-view format in order
to let anyone with access to a computer
see reefs in real time.-`-
The project which will allow ecol-
ogists to harness this distributed power
to study how coral reefs are responding
to climate Change was presented
at INTECOL, the world's largest inter-
national ecology meeting, in London
recently.
Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg of the
University of Queensland, Australia,
leads the research associated with the
Catlin Seaview Survey. It aims to create a
baseline record of the world's coral reefs,
in high-resolution 360-degree panoram-
ic vision.
The survey's website says:" The
world's reefs are in a dramatic state of
decline we've lost over 40 percent of
corals over the last 50 years due to pol-
lution, destructive fishing and climate
change.
"According to the scientific commu-
nity the decline is set to continue; it
will affect 500 million people globally
who rely on coral reefs for food, tourism
income andcoastal protection."

Seeking online help
The survey uses image recognition
technology to automatically assess
creatures on the seabed; so far it has


TAILS
FROM PAGE 18

tumor. We did not find-any, so we decid-
ed to proceed with surgery to remove the
large mass on her mammary chain.
Dr. Chapnick, a board certified sur-
geon, led the team in the removal of this
mass. The surgery was successful, but
unfortunately, our tiger. Ana, did not sur-
vive the recovery. Post-operative recovery
is the most dangerous time of surgery


already taken hundreds of thousands of
images on Australia's Great Barrier Reef
and in the Caribbean. The organizers
are now working to develop the project
by building citizen science into the.
research, in the hope that this will both
raise awareness and provide more data.
"This new technology allows us to
rapidly understand the distribution and
abundance of key organisms such as
corals at large scales. Our expeditions
in 2012 to the Great Barrier Reef record-
ed over 150 kilometers of reef-scape
using these methods," says Professor
Hoegh-Guldberg.
"We are planning to involve online
citizens to help us count a widerange of
organisms that appear in the high-defi-
nition images. Anyone with access to
a computer will be able to help us log
creatures such as stingrays, turtles, fish,
and Crown of Thorns starfish.
"Only 1 percent of humanity has ever
dived on a coral reef, and by making the
experience easily accessible the survey
will help alert millions of people around
the world to the plight of the reefs."
At Queensland's Heron Island
research station Professor Hoegh-
Guldberg has been running the
first-ever long-term climate simulation
experiments using computer-controlled
systems to manipulate carbon dioxide
levels and temperature to simulate past,
present, and future climate conditions
around reefs.

Survival struggle
"Coral reefs have had a hard time
adjusting even to the conditions we find
ourselves in today with respect to high
carbon dioxide levels and sea tem-
peratures. Our work is showing some
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for any animal. The tissue was sent out
for analysis and we were informed that
it was a very aggressive tumor and she
would not have survived much longer.
Tails of the Wild and Thompson's
Veterinary Center are very grateful
for the help of Dr. Hennessy and Dr.
Chapnick. We could not have done any
of this without their help.
If anyone is;interested in helping with
the support 6ithese animals, or in a tour
of the facility, please contact Tails of the
Wild ranch manager Gil Pinsoneault at
863-632-1067.


interesting observations, such as the
lack of adaptation of reef communities
to the changes that have occurred up
until the present," he explains.
"Worse still, our results show that
even under the most moderate cl-
mate change projections from the
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
Change, most corals will struggle to
survive and reefs will rapidly decalcify."
In other words they will start to lose
calcium, leading to the bleaching of the
coral.
Simulating the exposure of reefs and
the micro-organisms which live with
them, known as dinoflagellates, to
future ocean conditions is also showing
how these key organisms cope with
changes in acidity and temperature.
Professor Hoegh-Guldberg's


PHOTO PROVIDED
Ove Hoegh-Guldberg
examines a coral
reef.











experiments show that responses
involve the whole organism, not only
one or two features of its biology. "The
idea that evolution is likely to operate
rapidly within these systems is largely
unfounded," he says.
"The more complex the response,
the greater the number of biological
systems involved, and the greater the
numberof genes that will have to be
changed in coordination to enable
organisms to survive."
Alex Kirb., a former BBC environment
correspondent, is a founding journalist
of Climate News Netmork. Climate News
Network is a news service led by.four
veteran British environmental reporters
and broadcasters. It delivers news and
commentary' about climate change for
free to media outlets worldwide.


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Dogs:There are approximately 782 million owned
dogs in the U.S. 39% of US households own at least
one dog 28% of owners ownrtwo dogs.
Cats:There are approximately 86.4 million owned
cats in the U.S. 33% of US households own at least
one cat 52% of owners own more than one cat.


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Lake Wales will host Mulberry Friday at


Legion


Field


By DENNIS LATTA
SPORTS CORRESPONDENT
The real season starts for the LakeWales
Highlanders this week.
LWHS is 1-2 on the season, but those
games were just warmups, in one way of
thinking at least. The Black and Orange
play Mulberry at home Friday night, and
this one counts as the Highlanders play
their first Class 5A, District 10 game at
Legion Field.
Lake Wales could lose all of its non-dis-
trict games but if it wins the district title, it
still goes to the 5A playoffs.
, Like the Highlanders, Mulberry is 1-2.
It has been held scoreless in two of its
three games this season with a 34-0 loss
to Frostproof last week, a 16-0 loss to Fort
Meade in its season opener and a 10-7
win over Avon Park in between the two
losses.
Poinciana leads the district with a 2-1
record. Aubumrndale and Tenoroc are both


0-3.
LWHS has played in three very different
games. The Highlanders looked compla-
cent, missed a PAT kick on a bad snap and
lost 14-13 in its opener when Ridge scored
with 22 seconds left in the game. Then
they controlled Jenkins for a win.
Last Friday, Lake Wales was over-
whelmed in a 42-10 loss to Class 6A
Mainland in Daytona Beach.
"If Mainland doesn't make it to the state
finals, I'll be surprised," said Lake Wales
coach Rod Shafer. "They certainly were
good. They just beat us."
Shafer wasn't upset with the loss.
"This game didn't bother me as much
as the Ridge game," he added. "We should
have won that one."
Shafer feels that the early schedule has
given him a chance to analyze his team
and the Highlanders are anxious to start
district.
"We've got to be ready to play Mulberry.
Last year, they gave us a good game. I


think we have some questions that are
still unanswered. We keep forgetting that
we have only eight seniors and only five
of them play. We just don't have a senior
class, but our junior class is really good,"
Shafer stated.
Because his team is young, Shafer plans
to make his defense and offense a little
less complicated.
"We're going to have to simplify. We'll
probably have to change it up a little bit. I
still think this will be a good team. There
are some things on offense we've got to
get going. We've got to be a little more
resilient."
Shafer is also looking for more confi-
dence from his team.
"Sometimes we look tentative, and you
can't do that," he added.
And he is looking for some improve-
ment from quarterback Railond Garrett.
"He's got to be more consistent," the
coach said. "He was injured last week and
it still hasn't gotten better."
One area that Shafer feels doesn't need
improvement is at.running back Justin
Henderson and Earnest Hamilton have
done a good job of picking up yards for
the Highlanders.
"Henderson is a great back and
Hamilton has played well too," the Lake
Wales coach pointed out
An area of particular concern for Shafer
is at wide receiver. His top pass catcher,
Marcus Walker, was injured last Friday
night
"He has a high ankle sprain. We're not
certain of his status," he continued. "We
had several injuries in that game. In the
second half, we had five starters out."


THIS WEEK
Mulberry at Lake Wales
WHEN: Friday night, 7 p.m. at Legion Field
SRECORDS: Lake Wales is 1-2, Mulberry is 0-3.
This is the first district game for both teams.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT MULBERRY: The
Panthers are well-coached, and have a couple of
impressive offensive linemen with size and skill
Dwayne Williams and Kinsey Davis who both go
north of 300 pounds. Trailed only 14-0 at halftime
last week against Frostproof and lost only 16-0 to
Fort Meade in week one, so this isn't a walkover.
Inexperience at quarterback is a concern. Like Lake
Wales, it's an overall young team still finding its
way in some key areas. Kicker Noe Guillen nailed
a 47-yarder in the final seconds for the Panthers
10-7 win over Avon Park in week two.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT LAKE WALES:
Highlanders are still licking some mental and
physical wounds from last week's trip to Daytona
Beach, but Lake Wales typically plays a tough early
schedule with the hopes that it will help them
later in the year. There are only four teams in the
district, so every game counts. Will eventually
need more from the passing game to supplement
what has been a strong rushing attack so far.
Injuries at the receiver position have been partly
responsible for that. -
STHE SKINNY: A tough all around game last
week. Opening district play is a good chance
to put that in the reatrview mirror quickly.
Highlanders ultimately shouldn't have a lot of
trouble handling the Panthers, and still will likely
emerge as the class of the district when all is
said and done. This game is a chance to work on
some things that have not gone as well as the
Highlanders would have liked so far. Staying injury
free Friday night would go a long way towards
improving the season outlook too.


PHOTOS BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
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and share a few laughs. Though such gatherings
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today's busy adults are increasingly turning to
restaurants to host their mini reunions. Res-
taurants don't require hosts and guests to wash
any dishes, and hosts won't have to find time to
clean their homes top to bottom like they would
if they were to have a party at home.
Such a reality makes a dinner party at a
local restaurant a lot less stressful for the hosts.
There are a number of things to emphasize when
looking for the right restaurant to host the next
dinner party.

Proximity
Whether entertaining family and friends or a busi-
ness dinner, the restaurant where you will be gathering
should be easily accessible to all people who plan to
attend. A centrally located restaurant that's only a
short drive for guests and hosts alike is ideal, as it
cuts back on the time people will spend driving to
and from the restaurant. Try to accommodate those
guests who don't drive by choosing a restaurant that's
accessible via public transportation.

Price
Perhaps the only downside to hosting a dinner
party at a restaurant is that such gatherings tend to
be more expensive than parties at private residences.
Hosts should first determine who will be paying the
bill. If everyone has agreed to pay their own portion
of the bill, this gives you a little more flexibility when
choosing a restaurant. If you, as the host, intend to
pick up the tab for everyone, then you might want to
find a nice restaurant with reasonably priced entrees.
If each guest intends to pay for his or her own meal,
discuss with guests how much they would like to
spend before making a reservation. Once you have an
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Tofu: Not just for vegetarians


T ofu is a nutritious and versatile
food that should not be viewed
as just a meat substitute. It is a
curd made from soy bean milk with a
process similar to cheese production.
Rich in protein, B vitamins, iron, and
magnesium, it also contains calcium,
is low in fat, sodium, and calories. Tofu
helps lower LDL cholesterol and tri-
glycerides, assists in reducing hot flashes
during post-menopause, and aids in the
prevention of prostate, uterus, and breast
cancers.
The soy bean originated in East Asia
and is a member of the legume family of
beans, peas and lentils. Soy foods, such
as tofu, miso, soy sauce, milk, tamari,
tempeh, and flour are a staple of Asian
cuisines. They are popular in Western
countries as well, particularly among

TOFU-VEGETABLE STIR-FRY
Serves 2
1 brickFirm tofu
.3 doves garlic, finely minced
green bell pepper, seeded, cut into 1 inch strips
Wred'bell pepper, seeded, cut into 1 inch strips
Ssmall.carrot, sliced
2 cups bean sprouts
SAUCE:
2-3 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon ginger powder
3 tablespoons soy sauce
Salt and pepper
Drain, rinse tofu, and blot excess moisturewith
paper towels. Cut into / inch cubes. Mince garlic,
setaside. Prepare (cut) bell peppers, and carrot,
and.place in a separate bowl. Rinse and dry sprouts.
Place "fn separate bowl. In a large skillet, heat oil.
Add.gqiger' salt,and pepper. Mix in garlic, saute for
30 seconds. Add soy sauce. Mix well. Gently stir in
tofu. Cook for 1-2 minutes. With a slotted spoon,
removetoful and set aside. Stir-fry vegetables,
except sprouts, until tender-crisp, approximately
10 minutes. Add I teaspoon oil, if necessary. Stir in
tofu and sprouts' Cook 2 minutes.


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vegetarians because of the foods' high
concentration of protein, replacing meat
and fish. These products can be found in
most supermarkets, ethnic, and health
food stores. You can even find margarine,
ice cream, yogurt, and cheese made from
soy.
Tofu is practically flavorless and takes
on the flavors of the ingredients included
in the recipe. This is one of the reasons
for its versatility. It does not have to be
cooked, and can be added to salads,
soups, stews, and sandwiches, used in
kebabs, and stir-fried.
Several kinds of tofu are available: Firm
and Extra Firm are solid, resembling
cheese and sold cubed, crumbled, or as a
brick (no, it isn't as hard as a construction
brick, ouch!). Soft is used in meatloaf, pie
fillings, and chili. Silken is creamy, and
is incorporated in dips, salad dressings,
cheese cake, and egg substitute.
Tofu is sold packed with water. Before
using it, drain, rinse, and drain again. In
the case of firmer types it is necessary
to blot the moisture from the chunk
used in the recipe. To blot, wrap several
paper towels around it, and gently press
all sides. If you are not using the entire
amount, refrigerate the leftover piece
covered with water in an airtight contain-
er. Change the water daily and use within
a week. As with numerous other foods,
tofu should be consumed in moderation.
Many health conscious folks who are
not vegetarians opt for 1 or 2 meatless
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Serves 2
1 Firm tofu brick
4 fresh mushrooms, thinly sliced'
2 tablespoons purple onion, finely chopped
1/2 small, green bell pepper, diced
DRESSING:
1 tablespoons low sodium soy sauce
2 cloves garlic, finely grated,
Drain tofuand blot access water with paper
towels. In a medium bowl, mix soy sauce and garlic.
Cut tofu into inch cubes, and gently mix with
dressing. Add mushrooms, onion, and bell. pepper.
Chill for one hour.


Serves 2
6 cups Romaine lettuce, shredded
1 scallion, thinly sliced
2 tablespoons flat leaf parsley, finely chopped
2 cups mixed, fresh herb leaves, coarsely
chopped (mint, basil, dill. cilantro etc).
3 inch piece Firm or Extra Firm tofu, drained,
cubed
DRESSING:
3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
2'3 tablespoons lemon juice ...
1 teaspoon honey (optional)
Salt and pepper
In a large bowl, make dressing. Gently mix in /
tofu. Add all other ingredients.


Cornerstone Hospice has new VP of Human Resources


Cornerstone
Hospice and
Palliative Care
has hired Jeanne
Mulkeen as vice
president of human
resources to lead
the organization's
efforts to hire and
retain the.highest
caliber team


serving patients and their families.
Mulkeen has more than 20 years of HR
leadership with 10 years in the healthcare
industry where she led teams in human
resources, employee health, volunteer
services and physician practices. She
most recently served as the VP of Human
Resources at Livingston Services Corp. in
New Jersey.
S"I see my role at Cornerstone as
ensuring the people who care for our


patients and families are well cared for
themselves," says Mulkeen, who lives in
Poinciana. 'Although I do not interact
directly with-our patients, I can help
answer to the higher good by facilitating
an environment of excellence and by
empowering the staff to focus on the
physical, social, emotional, and spiritual
needs of our patients and their families."
Mulkeen earned her BA from Rutgers
University, and an MBA from Seton


Hall University. She has achieved the
designation as a Senior Professional in
Human Resources, which is the highest
certification that the HR field bestows on
its professionals.
Her track record in human resources
positions her to play a pivotal role at
Cornerstone, the hospital's CEO said.
'As more people call on Cornerstone
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to care for their loved ones, and as
health care in general gets more com-
plicated, hiring and retaining the best
staff will become more vital than ever
for our success," said Chuck Lee, CEO
of Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative
Care. "We're glad that Jeanne's on the
Cornerstone team to help meet those
challenges."

Artists lend creativity to
Cornerstone
Local artists Deborah Boone and Jane
Waters Thomas already know that art
and creativity can be effective therapy for
channeling emotions.
This month, they will join Cornerstone
Hospice and Palliative Care's certified be-
reavement counselor Judy Thye in leading
free workshops designed to use art to help
people deal with grief. The workshops are
designed to help anyone, no matter what
stage they are in their journey through
grief, to find comfort and release through
art.
The workshops are scheduled 4-6 p.m.
Sept 19 and Sept. 26, at the Non Profit
HUB, 22 West CentralAvenue inWinter
Haven.
Boone is a resident artist at the Arts
Ensemble Education Foundation and has
taught art in the mediums of water color,
collage, mixed media, culinary and organ-
ic gardening and sculpting for the last 28
years. She will act as a guest artist at the
Sept 19 workshop, UnmaskingYour Grief.
Using mixed media, workshop partici-
pants will start with a blank paper mache
mask; then with creativity and self-explo-
ration, attendees will transform the masks
,into expressions of their emotions.
Waters, who is Executive Director of the
Arts Ensemble Education Foundation and
Arts Ensemble Healing Arts Center, will
lend her expertise to the workshop Giving
Words to Your Grief on Thursday, Sept. 26.
Waters, who is a certified life and wellness
coach and holds a degree in education,
will share her passion for "personal
written word and image joumaling."
The workshops are free to the public
but participants are asked to RSVP by
calling Cornerstone Hospice at 888-728-
6234 or e-mail bereavement@
comerstonehospice.org.
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Watson Clinic Foundation has
Medicare education event
The Watson Clinic Foundation has
a seminar, coordinated with the West
Central Florida Area Agency on Aging Inc.,
intended for first-time Medicare enrollees.
Counselors from Serving Health
Insurance Needs for Elders will address a
number of topics including the purpose of
Medicare, the process for enrollment, and
eligibility requirements.
This free educational seminar will take
place on two different dates and times to
better serve those interested in attending:
One is 2:30-3:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23
(check-in from 2-2:30 p.m.), and from
5:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26 (check-
in from 5-5:30 p.m.).
Both events will be held in the library
ofWatson Clinic's Main location at 1600
Lakeland Hills Blvd., Lakeland. Light
refreshments will be served.
To reserve space, call 863-802-6220 or
visit online at www.WatsonClinic.com/
events.

Workshop for family
caregivers
The Alzheimer's Association, Florida -
Gulf Coast Chapter, is holding a mini
educational workshop for family caregiv-
ers of loved ones with Alzheimer's disease
or a related dementia from 1-4:30 p.m.


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Sept. 26 at Hawthorne Inn, 6150 Lakeland
Highlands Road, Lakeland.
The educational workshop gives
fundamental information about de-
mentia, caregiving and planning for the
future. Guest speakers include Stefanie
Thompson, Director of Early Stage
Programs / Senior Program Specialist,
Alzheimer's Association-FL Gulf Coast
Chapter; Joel Carrier, Writer of Care for the
Caregiver column and family caregiver;
Carol J. Wallace, Elder Law Firm Clements
&Wallace, PL; and GinnyWolfe, MA,
Cornerstone Hospice.
Education is critical for caregivers of
family members with Alzheimer's disease
and related memory disorders. Research
shows that Alzheimer caregivers are
at a much greater risk for a number of
health problems including depression,
anxiety, cardiovascular problems, high
blood pressure and physical injury than
non-caregivers in their age group, (Haley
1999). One in eight caregivers becomes ill
or injured as a direct result of caregiving.
Education promotes coping skills and
empowers caregivers. Further, research
shows that one of the most value services
that caregivers can receive is education
regarding Alzheimer's disease, guidance,
care giving.tips and techniques. Armed
with knowledge caregivers are better
equipped to care for their loved one,
experience significantly reduced stress
and provide higher quality of care for their
loved one and themselves.

Diabetes Survivor Skills offered
"Diabetes Survivor Skills" is from
1-3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25 in the Hunt
Building on the second floor classroom.
This free class is taught by Registered
Dietician Jamie Moore. The class is ideal
for those newly-diagnosed with diabetes,
those who are struggling with managing
the disease, or anyone who just wants a
refresher course on managing diabetes.
There is no charge for the class, but
registration is required. Participants are
encouraged to bring a guest as well.
To register, call 863-678-2288.
Breast cancer awareness
walk coming
Online registration is available for Lake
Wales Medical Center's Sixth Annual











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Breast Cancer Awareness Walk, scheduled
for Saturday, Oct. 12,2013 in Lake Wales.
The walk will begin and end at Kiwanis
Park on Lakeshore Boulevard. Walkers
will use the path around the lake, and can
walk to the end of the path and back, or
may choose to walk a shorter distance.
Check-in begins at 8a.m. at the pavil-
ions at Kiwanis Park, and the walk begins
at 8:30 a.m. Door prizes and recognition
of survivors will be held at 9:30 a.m.
Participants also are encouraged to
decorate bras in the theme of their choice
and wear them over their shirts on the
walk Prizes will be awarded for best
decorated bras.
The hospital's mammography depart-
ment will be there with information about
screening and diagnostic mammograms,
stereotactic breast biopsy and breast MR.
Breast cancer affects one in eight women.
Additionally, free blood pressure and
blood glucose screenings will be offered.
There is no charge to participate in
the walk. Pre-registration is strongly
encouraged. Registration deadline is
9 a.m. Friday, Oct. 4. On-site registrations
will be available the day of the event, but
T-shirt availability cannot be guaranteed
for registrations made on-site or after


Oct. 4.
To register, visit www.lakewales
medicalcenter.com and click on Healthy
Woman.

Senior Circle has
fun in store
Lake Wales Medical Center's Senior
Circle program offers a variety of fun
and educational opportunities for se-
niors. Membership is just $15 per year.
Among the activities scheduled are free
Lunch and Learn programs on a variety
of health topics, fitness classes, com-
puter classes, arts and crafts, ice cream
socials, and day trips. Additionally, the
group is planning upcoming trips to
Savannah, Ga. and to Ireland.
"Senior Circle gives our community's
seniors a great place to make new
friends, travel to fun locations without
the hassle of having to plan the trip
and drive themselves, and enjoy some
informative educational programs,"
said Julie Sing, who runs the.Senior
Circle program at the hospital.
For information 6n how to become a
member, call the Senior Circle office at
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Home


projects


perfect


for fall

Home improvement projects can add
value to a home and do-it-yourselfers
know the sweat-equity that goes into
such projects can give homeowners a
greater sense of pride in their homes. -
But no two home improvement projects
are the same, and homeowners should
know that certain projects are best
tackled during certain times of the year.
SFall is a great season to work on your
house, as the weather is often at its
most agreeable once the summer heat
has gone and before winter weather
arrives. The following are a handful
of fall-friendly home improvement
projects for homeowners looking to
improve their homes.
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CUSTOM built home on Little Crooked
Lake with 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, Pool,
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10 N. Scenic Hwy.
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Roof repair
Whether you're repair-
ing or replacing the roof,
fall is a great time of year
to dust off the ladder and
get some work done on
yourroof for a variety
of reasons. First and
foremost, fall is idealfor
roof work because you
won't have to be up on
the roof with the summer
heat bearing down on
you. This can make the
project move along more
quickly, which is espe-
cially beneficial if you are
paying laborers to work
on the roof. The fewer
hours workers are fixing
your roof, the less you
will be paying in labor
costs.
In addition, fixing
up the roof in the fall
ensures those winter
storms, be it rain or
snow, won't find their :
way into your home via
leaks. A leaky roof in
winter is hard to fix, as
the roof surface could
be treacherous in the
winter. and winter winds'
can make it dangerous
to be up on the roof at
all. Addressing leaks
in the fall can prevent
damage to your home's
interior, which can
mount up if a leaky roof
is not addressed until the
following spring..

Window work
When the weather
outside gets frightful,
poorly insulated win-
dows can allow cold air

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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
113 Reedy Creek Dr -
Frostproof Custom built
home on approx. 6 acres. The
home is surrounded by lush
greenery and fenced in yard.
Has Lake Reedy access and
has Reedy creek flowing
behind home. A real nature
paradise. Single story home
with cathedral ceilings. Back
yard boasts an aboveground
pool for outdoor entertaining
and relaxation! Wooden deck-
ing and screened enclosure
around pool. Utility building
plus a extra detached Carport
with workshop. Pond in front
of home. Asking $164,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
361 N. Lake Reedy Blvd -
Frostproof 3 bedroom, 2
bath, concrete block home,
metal roof, large corner lot
with fenced 'in 'back yard,


into the home. That often
has a trickle-down effect
on finances, forcing you
to turn up the thermostat
in an attempt to offset
the cold air pouring
into the home. Whether
you need your windows
replaced or simply need
to patch up any leaks, a
proactive approach to
leaky or older windows
in the fall can save you
from unnecessarily high
heating bills come the
winter. Addressing leaky
windows also makes a
home more comfortable
for its inhabitants.
Fall is the ideal time to
address a home's win-
dows because the tem-
perature outside tends to
be pleasant. This means
you likely won't have to
make much of an effort
to offset the elements,
and open windows in
the fall won't make your
home's interior very hot
or cold like they might
if you were to tackle
the project during the
summer or winter.

Fixing the floors
Wood flooring is a hot
commodity for many
homeowners. But not all
flooring can be added
to a home at any time
of year. That's because
certain types of flooring
employ adhesives that
need temperatures inside.
the home to be within a
certain range, and that
range is often within 700
to 800 F, which makes
fall a great time to install
such floors. Colder-..
temperatures. can make
it difficult for the flooring
to dry and bond, which
will prove problematic
S1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
updated kitchen with granite
counter tops. and wood cabi-
nets, ceramic tile floors. Ask-
ing only $75,000. -
Frostproof Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
19 McCarthy Ave. Frost-
proof Broker is part owner. 4
bedrooms, 3 bath, Main part
of home is 3. bedrooms '2
baths with a attached garage
apartment with 1 bed,' 1 bath,
Spacious home in quiet neigh-
.borhood, Home has Formal
living and dining room, Large
Skitchen/family room. Almost
1. acre lot, detached work-
shop, fenced in back yard.
Home has lots to offer but
does need some TLC. Asking
$69,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
505 Stanley Ave. Frost-
proof Very spacious 2 bed-
room, 2 bath CB home, Large
bonus room consist of Family
room, dining room and office,
Single carport, screened in
front porch, utility building,
approx 75X120 lot. Must
see. Asking $69,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
1108 Yarnell Ave Lake
Wales 4 bedrooms/3 baths
split level home. Upstairs has
3 bedrooms/2 baths and
downstairs has 1 bedroom/I
bath. Home has formal living
and dining room, Family room
has:, fireplace, Master suite
.upstairs; has balcony' over
looking swimming pool, nice
porch plus decking around


down the road. What's
more, many people en-
tertain friends and family
come late fall and into
the holiday season, and
it can be difficult to do so
if you are busy installing
new flooring.

Painting projects
Painting is another
home improvement
project that seems tai-
lor-made for fall. A fresh
coat of paint or a new
color scheme around
the house can give a
home an entirely new
look and feel. But paint
can be pungent and the
aromas may last if it's
applied at a time of year
when it can't drywhile
the windows are wide
open. Paint fumes inside
a home can make the
home uninhabitable, but
painting at a time of year
: likethe fall, when you
can keep the windows
open during and after
the project, can help air
the home out.
;But interior painting
isn't the only painting
project homeowners can
tackle in the fall. Many
exterior paints are tem-
perature-sensitive and
need the temperature
outside to be above 40o


Fall is an ideal time of year to tackle home painting projects.

E Paint that freezes won't mistake on their hands.


dry properly, and home-
owners might be left with
a costly and unsightly


204 Central Ave.(SunRay),
Frostproof
2BR/1BA/1 CAR GARAGE
(easily converted to 3BR/2BA)
2011 new roof, new flooring,
septic pumped.
$44,999
NEW REDUCED PRICE! *
Cindy Wise, Agent, Keystone Realty, Inc.
wisecrew2@aol.com
.245 S. Scenic Hwy., Frostproof, FL 33843
863-528-0366(cell), 863-635-0030 (office)
www.Keystone-RealEstate.NET


1UZU HUUSE1 SURH SALE
pool area with gold fish pond.
Back yard is fenced...Garage
was converted into game
room with private office.
Large utility .area. Located
near play park,. Lake and
downtown area. This home
has lots to offer. Asking
$158,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
Swww.frostproofrealty.com
29 Heights Ave Frost-
proof 3 bedrooms/3 baths
home located on Lake Clinch
on a quiet street. Walking dis-
tance to downtown, library,
churches, schools Clinch
Lake has a white sandy bot-
tom lake for swimming, fish-
ing and all watersports! Split
bedroom plan, formal living
and dining room, breakfast
nook in kitchen, large family
Room with. great view of the
sunset over the lake. 2 car
attached garage. Asking
$265,000.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
212 N. Lake Reedy Blvd -
Frostproof Spacious brick
.home on Lake Reedy. 3 bed-
rooms/2 baths, sunken living
room with fireplace, large
game room off rear of home,
fishing dock, Florida room
and screened in porch. Asking
$169,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
110 N. Lake Reedy Blvd -
Frostproof 2 bedroom/,2.5
bath home, located on Lake
'Reedy. Inside city limits.
SHom-e is well maintained with


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
remodeled kitchen with
ceramic tile floor with a mosa-
ic design. main bathroom has
been remodeled, has living
room, family room and formal
dining room, with large porch
overlooking lake, double car-
port dock with boatslip. Ask-
ing $219,900. ...
Frostproof Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
906 Lime Ave Frostproof
Cozy 2 bedroom/I bath
frame home, Inside city limits,
screened in front porch,
detached carport and storage
area. Asking only $19,500.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
www.fros0proofrealty.com
-198 E. 9th St :-Frostproof -
3 Bedroom/1 bath frame
:home, Large screened in
porch, Corner lot, Spacious
living area, Utility 'building.
Asking $29,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com


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Fall temperatures tend
to be amenable to both
interior and exterior


painting projects, just be
sure to check the weather
forecast before making
your first brush stroke.


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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
AFFORDABLE 2-3BR 1BA,
newer kitchen & appliances,
screen porch, -completely
fenced. Walk to school!,ASK-
ING $ 44,900...";r'
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
CORNER lot, fenced in back
with garage/workshop & utility
shed. Two BR, 1BA, attached
garage being converted to
third bedroom, half acre
ASKING $56,000 "OBO"
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
Frostproof Sunray- 2 bed Cen-
tral air New appliances
Garage & carport Good cond
$67,500 poss owner fin 863-
465-7554


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
COUNTRY HOME on 2+
acres, 2003 home
3BR/2BA, with a. "MAN-CAVE"
Cathedral ceiling, Cypress
Wall in Great room, nice
kitchen, Jacuzzi, PLUS Pole
barn with storage unit. ASK-
ING $165,000'
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109N Scenic Hwy
'Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
CROOKED LAKE view on
almost 5 Acres! "Like-New"
3BR/2BA home with fireplace,
vaulted ceilings, great room,
huge room to entertain, mas
ter suite with office and master
bath has dual
sinks/Jacuzzi/separate show
er/walkin-closet, with all ther-
mal windows/doors, formal
dining, breakfast room, split
bedroom plan, attached 2 car
-garage, detached
garage,"workshop, RV hook-up
with elect/sewer..,.comes with
Agricultural Exemption! "ASK-
ING $371,750
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
.Frostproof FlI
www.EstelleSullivan.com
HOME PLUS Rentals! 2BR
2BA (could easily be 3BR), fire-.
place, Fl Rm, screen porch,
HUGE WORKSHOP, 2 M.H.
rentals! ASKING $90,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
plan, Screened Porch across
back of home. Sliding Doors
from Dining Room to porch
plus from Master Bed.
Recessed hot tub (As-"ls") slid-
ing doors to access. Over-
sized 2 car garage plus exte-
rior storage shed. Private
open porch entry to front of
home. Private Dock and Boat
Ramp, listed for $239,000
ID #1671 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
LARGE HOME ON SHADED
LOT with fenced back yard.
Great potential. Formal living
room and separate family
room; listed for $64,900 ID
#122 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
NICE CORNER LOT HOME
This 2 Bedroom 2 bath home
has high cathedral ceilings,
bay window, planter shelves,
ample kitchen cabinet and
counter space, breakfast bar,
shed and 1 car garage. The
home has a new stove, vent
hood, dishwasher, paint, car-
pet, and roof, listed for
$71,900 ID #3905 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
2 STORY CONDO 3 Bed-
room 1.5 bath 2 story condo
end unit located near Lake
Jackson, listed at $44,900
ID #305 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC.; 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH-HOME
with ample kitchen cabinet
;space, screened porch, utility
room, and shed. The garage
was converted, into a 3rd bed-
_om; listed' it'$54;900 ID
#237 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
NICE 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
HOME has a breakfast bar
overlooking the family room,
ample kitchen cabinet space,
pantry closet, new dishwash-
*er, range and hood. It also
has new paint, carpet and
vinyl. This home has a
screened porch, shed, and 1
oversized car garage with
storage area; listed at
$104,900 ID #3603
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. .863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
2006 CONTEMPORARY
BLOCK HOME Spacious 4
Bedroom 2 Bath home has
new carpet, vinyl, range,
microwave hood, and interior
paint, This home features
cathedral ceilings, a spa tub
in master bath, walk in clos-
ets, ample kitchen cabinet
and counter space, pantry
closet, breakfast bar,


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
screened porch, and a 2 car
arage; just listed at
129,900 ID #866 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
CUTE COTTAGE CLOSE TO
LK ROSALIE Great retreat
and very near Lake Rosalie
access. 2 Bed. / 1 bath, eat-
in Kitchen with ample storage,
Great room concept, Fire-
place in living area. Back
screened porch. Exterior Utili-
ty / Storage shed. Additional
parcel with an approx. total of
.77 acre. Very shady lot with
plenty of room for your boat
plus room to expand: reduced,
to .$46,500 ID #10765
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
CANAL FRONT HOME 4
Bedroom 2.5 bath home
located on the canal that
leads to Lake Walk In Water. It
ha4 a boat deck, in-ground
caged pool, 2 storage sheds,
and 2 car garage; reduced to
$94,500 ID #6169 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
NICE POOL HOME 3 bed-
room 2 bath home with
screened in-ground pool, a
fireplace in the family room,
breakfast bar, a separate
entry to pool area from the
master bedroom, new carpet,
new paint, new water heater,
and a 1 car garage; listed at
$79,900 ID #108 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
SHADED LOT HOME Nice 2
bedroOm 2 bath home with
new interior and exterior
paint, ample kitchen cabinet
and counter space, split bed-
room floor plan,. cathedral
ceilings, ceramic tile through-
out, a large screened back
porch, 1 car garage, and a
private shaded lot with a
shed; just listed at $69,900
ID #4414 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
LAKEFRONT HOME ON
LAKE WALK-IN-WATER,
large covered dock with boat-
lift, formal living and dining
room, family room with fire
place, enclosed Florida room,
remodeled kitchen with break-
fast nook, sun room, work
shop, screen porch; Spectac-
ular views from family room,
kitchen and Florida room, lush
landscaping, privacy fenced
yard, utility shed, $249,000
ID #9402 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
NICE POOL HOME 4 bed-


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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
room 2 bath home with now
carpet, paint, roof, rarn e,
microwave hood and dish'
washer. The kitchen has
ample cabinet space closet
pantry, and a breakfast bar
off of a large pass through
window. The master bedroom
leads straight to the in ground
pool area. This home also has
an open patio, 2 vehicle car-
port with a storage area, and
a fenced back yard; just listed
at $128,900 ID #2540
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
LAKEFRONT CONDO Nice 2
bedroom 2 bath lakefront
coodo with new carpet, paint,
vinyl, range with hood, and
dishwasher. Also has ample
kitchen cabinet space, all
appliances, and an enclosed
porch with a beautiful view of
Lake Jackson; reduced to
$49,900 ID #2131 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

NICE 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH
newer built home with volume
ceilings, a split bedroom floor
plan, eat-in kitchen, all appli-
ances included, formal dining
room, handicap accessible,
and a 2 car garage. This
home sits on a little over an
acre of land, arid itfs in ready
to move in condition. Located
near Lake Tiger; just listed for
$164,900 ID #4450
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. .863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
INVESTOR SPECIAL 4 Bed-
room 3 bath block home with
an eat-in kitchen, tile floor
throughout, and a circular
drive, reduced to $22,900
ID #1450 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
3 BEDROOM 1 BATH BUN-
GALOW HOME Has formal
living room and a split bed-
room floor plan. Family room
could easily be used as an
additional bedroom, original
hardwood flooring throughout
most of the home. Cozy
screened in back porch. Shin-
gles, a/c and ducts were
replaced, reduced to
$39,900 ID #604 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
OWNER FINANCING Spa-
cious 3 bedroom 2 bath home
has a formal living and dining
room, a large eat-in kitchen
and 2 huge bonus rooms that
could be in-law quarters. Exte-
rior has been freshly painted,
owner financing available;
listed at $119,900 ID #22
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INC. 863-676-7040


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SPACIOUS LIVING This 3
bedroom 2,5 lijilli located on
just under a 1/2 acre with
2 084 sq, ft, living, Large liv-
ing room with fireplace. Open
kitchen overlooks dining area,
Screened porch with fenced
back yard; listed at
$154,900 ID #3623
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
CORNER LOT HOME Zoned
for professional use. Neat,
Clean and move in ready. This
home has a newer roof, floor-
ing and freshly painted interi-
or. Split bedroom floor plan.
Large formal dining room,
spacious living room. Laundry
room could be converted into
another bedroom or even a
2nd bathroom. Just under a
1/4 of an acre fenced lot,
owner financing available;
listed at $77,700 ID #520
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
AVON PARK--WE HAVE
SEVERAL HOMES FOR
SALE, all are priced to sell
quickly, some with lake view,
great investment opportunity;
call today for more informa-
tion or stop by our office for
details and map.
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040 or
visit online www.primeplus-


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
realestate.com
SEBRING--WE HAVE
MANY LISTINGS IN
SEBRING AREA, HOMES,
CONDOS, Priced Low, call
863-676-7040 today for
more information or stop by
our office PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. or visit
online at www.primeplus-
realestate.com
CONDOS
GREAT WINTER RETREAT
OR GET AWAY, Completely
Furnished, includes Washer
(no dryer), Ceramic Tile
throughout, bedroom has car-
pet, screened porch has
ceramic tile, roof new 2009;
Amenities include: Pool, Rec.
Room, Clubhouse, lake
access, spa, tennis courts,
shuffleboard, basketball, mini-
golf, bocci ball, gym, library;
reduced to $40,000 ID
#905 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
SECOND FLOOR CONDO
Furnished (some items do not
convey). Amenities include:
Pool, Rec Room, Storage,
Laundry Facility. Convenient
to shopping, banks, etc. Spa-
cious open floor plan, split
bedrooms with 2 full baths,
Screened Porch under roof.
Bargain Price Sold "AS-IS" list-
ed for $24,500 ID #130
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c


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MOBILE HOMES
2 BEDROOM 2 BATH man-
ufactured home. with a break-
fast bar, pantry closet, Florida
room, front screened porch,
and 1 vehicle carport with
workshop/laundry area; listed
at $34,900 ID #6353
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

COMMERCIAL
LARGE 2 STORY OFFICE
BUILDING Needs remodeling
to be completed. May have up
to 6 office spaces, reception
area, 2 conference / meeting
rooms and two 1/2 baths.
Has separate work shop/stor-
age area with overhead door,
2 separate self-storage build-
ings, approx. 50 + upits and
some climate controlled.
Much potential to generate
income from office space and
storage units. All reasonable
offers will be reviewed and
considered; just listed at
$179,900 ID #6443
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om-
VACANT LAND
HALF ACRE LOT located in
golf course and waterfront
gated community. Ready for
you to build the home of your
dreams. Owner is also selling


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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
GEORGEOUS 3BR/3BA home
with screened Pool (new
liner/pump/filter) and porch,
formal living & dining rooms,
breakfast room,family room,
kitchen includes newer granite
counter tops, warming draw-
er/ice machine/island, double
garage, 2 sheds, newer roof
and located walking distance
to everything in downtown
Frostproof! ASKING
$167,500
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
LAKE VIEW & Dock on
Reedy Lake! 4BR/2.5BA
"remodeled" home plus work-
shop, fenced yard, water &
sewer & well for lawn. ASKING
$97,500 -LISTINING TO
OFFERS!"
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl -
www.EstelleSullivan.com
LAKE WALES, 3518
Delafield St
2BR/1BA Single Family,
Screen Porch, Lease or Sale
$500 DN, $215/mo 1-877-
500-9517
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CHECK THE
CLASSIFIED!
Lake Wales-4BR/1BA
Concrete block home. New
energy efficient windows,
new floors and freshly paint-
ed inside. Master bedroom
has an oversized storage
room that could be convert-
ed into second bathroom.
Fenced backyard with "man
cave" workshop. Asking
just $48,000.
LAKE WALES Three bed-
room, one and a half bath-
room, concrete block home
with one car garage. Large
fenced backyard. Com-
pletely weatherized for max- -
imum energy efficiency and
comfort. Refrigerator and
stove included. Priced to
sell at $52,600.
Frostproof-3BR/1BA Con-
crete block house with great
Lake Clinch view and
access.. Large BONUS
room! New carpet in all bed-
rooms, ceramic tile through-
out main living area. Inside
utility room. A bargain at
$47,000!
Kris Bender
Bender Realty, LLC
863-223-8708
R63-521-9421 Cell


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
LARGE 2-3BR 2BA, newer
kitchen, tiled bathrooms, living
& dining room, privacy fence
back yard, shed, Ig screen
porch.PLUS a DUPLEX 2BR
and 1BA each unit. Walk to
school, lakes, all over town!
ASKING $119,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
NEW LISTING! Loaded with
amenities: 19 ft ceilings in
great room/kitchen/ foyer!
Granite fireplace/laminate &
tile flooring/some granite win-
dow sills/surround sound
inside & outside/laundry
chute/in-wall & floor pest con-
trol/walk-in-closets in all bed-
rooms/formal dining
room/breakfast
nook/office/double garage
PLUS 3 bedrooms upstairs
and Master Suite downstairs
with Jacuzzi tub/separate
shower/dual sinks, make-up
area/sitting bench & 2 walk-in-
closets. Kitchen has granite
counter tops & island with ice-
machine & sink, built in
microwave & convection oven
so much more! 4BR/2BA two-
story home also has lake
access. ASKING $249,999 -
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
RESIDENTIAL

BEAUTIFUL SERENE LOCA-
TION Spacious living area, FP
in Living Rm., split bedroom
plan, Screened Porch across
back of home. Sliding Doors
from Dining Room to porch
plus from Master Bed.
Recessed hot tub (As-"ls") slid-
ing doors to access. Over-
sized 2 car garage plus exte-
rior, storage shed. Private
open porch entry to front of
home. Private Dock and Boat
Ramp, listed for $239,000
ID #1671 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
LARGE HOME ON SHADED
LOT with fenced back yard.
Great potential. Formal living
room and separate family
room; listed for $64,900 ID
#122 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
NICE CORNER LOT HOME
This 2 Bedroom 2 bath home
has high cathedral ceilings,
bav window, planter shelves.


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
ample kitchen cabinet and
counter space, breakfast bar,
shed and 1 car garage. The
home has a new stove, vent
hood, dishwasher, paint, car-
pet, and roof, listed for
$71,900 ID #3905 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
2 STORY CONDO 3 Bed-
room 1.5 bath 2 story condo
end unit located near Lake
Jackson, listed at $44,900
ID #305 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME
with ample kitchen cabinet
space, screened porch, utility
room, and shed. The garage
was converted into a 3rd bed-
room; listed at $54,900 ID
#237 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
NICE 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
HOME has a breakfast bar
overlooking the family room,
ample kitchen cabinet space,
pantry closet, new dishwash-
er, range and hood. It also
has new paint, carpet and
vinyl. This home has a
screened porch, shed, and 1
oversized car garage with
storage area; listed at
$104,900 ID #3603
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
2006 CONTEMPORARY
BLOCK HOME Spacious 4
Bedroom 2 Bath home has
new carpet, vinyl, range,
microwave hood, and interior
paint. This home features
cathedral ceilings, a spa tub
in master bath, walk in clos-
ets, ample kitchen cabinet
and counter space, pantry
closet, breakfast bar,
screened porch, and a 2 car
garage; just listed at
129,900 ID #866 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
CUTE COTTAGE CLOSE TO
LK ROSALIE Great retreat
and very near Lake Rosalie
access. 2'Bed. / 1 bath, eat-
in Kitchen with ample storage,
Great room concept, Fire-
place in living area. Back
screened porch. Exterior Utili-
ty / Storage shed. Additional
parcel with an approx. total of


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
.77 acre. Very shady lot with
plenty of room for your boat
plus room to expand: reduced
to $46,500 ID #10765
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
CANAL FRONT HOME 4
Bedroom 2.5 bath home
located on the canal that
leads to Lake Walk In Water. It
has a boat deck, in-ground
caged pool, 2 storage sheds,
and 2 car garage; reduced to
$94,500 ID #6169 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
NICE POOL HOME 3 bed-
room 2 bath home with
screened in-ground pool, a
fireplace in the family room,
breakfast bar, a separate
entry to pool area from the
master bedroom, new carpet,
new paint, new water heater,
and a 1 car garage; listed at
$79,900 ID #108 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
SHADED LOT HOME Nice 2
bedroom 2 bath home with
new interior and exterior
paint, ample kitchen cabinet
and counter space, split bed-
room floor plan, cathedral
ceilings, ceramic tile through-
out, a large screened back
porch, 1 car garage, and a
private shaded lot with a
shed; just listed at $69,900
ID #4414 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
LAKEFRONT HOME ON
LAKE WALK-IN-WATER,
large covered dock with boat
lift, formal living and dining
room, family room with fire
place, enclosed Florida room,
remodeled kitchen with break-
fast nook, sun room, work
shop, screen porch; Spectac-
ular views from family room,
kitchen and Florida room, lush
landscaping, privacy fenced
yard, utility shed, $249,000
ID #9402 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
NICE POOL HOME 4 bed-
room 2 bath home with new
carpet, paint, roof, range,
microwave hood *and dish-
washer. The kitchen has
ample cabinet space, closet
pantry, and a breakfast bar
off of a large pass through
window. The master bedroom
leads straight to the in ground
pool area. This home also has
-an open patio, 2 vehicle car-
port with a storage area, and
a fenced back yard; just listed
at $128,900 ID #2540
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
LAKEFRONT CONDO Nice 2
bedroom 2 bath lakefront
condo with new carpet, paint,
vinyl, range with hood, and
dishwasher. Also has ample
kitchen cabinet space, all
appliances, and an enclosed
porch with a beautiful view of
Lake Jackson; reduced to
$49,900 ID #2131 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
NICE 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH
newer built home with volume
ceilings, a split bedroom floor
plan, eat-in kitchen, all appli-
ances included, formal dining
room, handicap accessible,
and a 2 car garage. This
home sits on a little 'over an
acre of land, and its in ready
to move in condition. Located


1020 HOUSESFOR SALE
near Lake Tiger; just listed for
$164,900 ID #4450
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
INVESTOR SPECIAL 4 Bed-
room 3 bath block home with
an eat-in kitchen, tile floor
throughout, and a circular
drive, reduced to $22,900
ID #1450 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
3 BEDROOM 1 BATH BUN-
GALOW HOME Has formal
living room and a split bed-
room floor plan. Family room
could easily be used as an
additional bedroom, original
hardwood flooring throughout
most of the home. Cozy
screened in back porch. Shin-
gles, a/c and ducts were
replaced, reduced to
$39,900 ID #604 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
OWNER FINANCING Spa-
cious 3 bedroom 2 bath home
has a formal living and dining
room, a large eat-in kitchen
and 2 huge bonus rooms that
could be in-law quarters. Exte-
rior has been freshly painted,
owner financing available;
listed at $119,900 ID #22
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
SPACIOUS LIVING This 3
bedroom 2.5 bath located on
just under a 1/2 acre with
2,084 sq. ft. living. Large liv-
ing room with fireplace. Open
kitchen overlooks dining area.
Screened porch with fenced
back yard; listed -at
$154,900 ID #3623
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
CORNER LOT HOME Zoned
for professional use. Neat,
Clean and move in ready. This
home has a newer roof, floor-
ing and freshly painted interi-
or. Split bedroom floor plan.
Large formal dining room,
spacious living room. Laundry
room could be converted into
another bedroom or even a
2nd bathroom. Just under a
1/4 of an acre fenced lot,
owner financing available;
listed at $77,700 ID #520
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om
AVON PARK--WE HAVE
SEVERAL HOMES FOR
SALE, all are priced to sell
quickly, some with lake view,
great investment opportunity;
call today for more informa-
tion or stop by our office for
details and map.
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040 or
visit online www.primeplus-
realestate.com
SEBRING--WE HAVE
MANY LISTINGS IN
SEBRING AREA, HOMES,
CONDOS, Priced Low, call
863-676-7040 today for
more information or stop by
our office PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. or visit
online at www.primeplus-
realestate.com
CONDOS
GREAT WINTER RETREAT
OR GET AWAY, Completely
Furnished, includes Washer
(no dryer), Ceramic Tile
throughout, bedroom has car-
pet, screened porch has
ceramic tile, roof new 2009;
Amenities include: Pool, Rec.
Room, Clubhouse, lake


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
access, spa, tennis courts,
shuffleboard, basketball, mini-
golf, bocci ball, gym, library;
reduced to $40,000 ID
#905 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
SECOND FLOOR CONDO
Furnished (some items do not
convey). Amenities include:
Pool, Rec Room, Storage,
Laundry Facility. Convenient
to shopping, banks, etc. Spa-
cious open floor plan, 'split
bedrooms. with 2 full baths,
Screened Porch under roof.
Bargain Price Sold "AS-IS" list-
ed for $24,500 ID #130
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MOBILE HOMES
2 BEDROOM 2 BATH man-
ufactured home with a break-
fast bar, pantry closet, Florida
room, front screened porch,
and 1 vehicle carport, with
workshop/laundry area; listed
at $34,900 ID #6353
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
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COMMERCIAL
LARGE 2 STORY OFFICE
BUILDING Needs remodeling
to be completed. May have up
to 6 office spaces, reception
area, 2 conference / meeting
rooms and two 1/2 baths.
Has separate work shop/stor-
age area with overhead door,
2 separate self-storage build-
ings, approx. 50 +-units and
some- climate controlled.
Much potential to generate
income from office space and
storage units. All reasonable
offers, will be reviewed and
considered; just listed at
$179,900 ID #6443
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
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VACANT LAND
HALF ACRE LOT located in
golf course and waterfront
gated community. Ready for
you to build the home of your
dreams. Owner is also selling
neighboring lot; listed at
$6,000 ID #911 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
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HALF ACRE LOT located in a
waterfront golf course com-
munity. Ready for you to build
the home of your dreams.
Owner is also selling neigh-
boring lot; listed at $6,000
ID #913 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
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OVER 1/2 AN ACRE OF
LAND just waiting for you to
build the home of your
dreams. This is truly country
living at its best, this property
is located not far -from the
Kissimmee Chain of Lakes.
Owner is motivated and will
consider all offers. Seller has
2 additional parcels, reduced
to $7,000 ID #17 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
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1.29 ACRES WITH
FRONTAGE ON BOY
SCOUT ROAD Near the
Kissimmee Chain of Lake and
State Park. Owner is motivat-
ed and will consider offers.
Don't miss this chance to own
a beautiful piece of land in
such an amazing area. Owner
has 2 other parcels available;
reduced to $15,000 ID #24
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1.29 ACRES WITH
FRONTAGE ON BOY
SCOUT ROAD Near the
Kissimmee Chain of Lake and
State Park. Owner is motivat-
ed and will consider offers.
Don't miss this chance to own
a beautiful piece of land in
such an amazing area. Owner
has 2 other parcels available;
reduced to $15,000 ID #14
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2 BEAUTIFUL BUILDABLE
LOTS just under a 1/4 an
acre located in Babson Park.
Property is already cleared
and is just waiting for you to
build the home of your
dreams. Ownership provides
deeded access Crooked
Lake. Asking price is $9,000
per lot. Owner will consider
offers. ID#1012 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
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VACANT LAND Great loca-
tion to build your home and
have access to Walk-in-Water
Creek, access to lake
depends to water levels, lot
approx. 2.56 acres; listed at
$25,000 ID #L22 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
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RIVER RANCH RESORT RV
LOT Beautiful wooded lot
available, this is a great place
to put your RV for the season
or the year. Boat dock and
ramp close by with access to
Lake Kissimmee which has
amazing fishing available.
There are many features avail-
able; listed at $25,000 .ID
#248 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
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JUST OVER 5 BEAUTIFUL
ACRES This amazing country
setting is located in a gated
deed restricted community
and ifs just waiting for you to
build the home of your
dreams, priced to sell at
$45,000 ID #LT30 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
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HOME SITE, Nice half Acre
lot located in Beautiful Area of
Homes. Growing Region Cen-
trally Located between Winter
Haven and Lake Wales. Par-
tially Cleared and ready to
Build your Fir'st Home.
Reduced to $24,900 id #cc
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. (863) 676-7040
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WOODED HOME SITE! 2
Acres of Beautiful Woods in
deed restricted community to
build your new home! Not too
far from Public Boat Ramp
into Lake Rosalie. Owner Moti-
vated and will look at all Rea-
sonable Offers!$39,900 id#
11209 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC (863) 676-
7040. www.primeplus-
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LAKE FRONT ON LAKE
WALK IN WATER, Just Over
5 Acres, Partially Wooded,
Private Location, Dead End
Street. Great Price! $49,900
id# Lt22
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC
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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES


Sun Ray-Frostproof
204 Central Ave 2 bed/1
bath concrete block home,
spacious kitchen, lots of
cabinets, 1 car garage
could easily be converted
into a 3rd bedroom and 2nd
bathroom, screen enclosed
porch, NOW Asking only
$44,999. Call Cindy 528-
0366, Keystone Realty
Inc 863-635-0030
Blue Jordan-Frostproof
ATTN. HORSE LOVERS
1942 Old Grove Trail
Equestrian 4 bedroom 3.5
bath ranch style home with
grand master suite, walk out
basement, large living areas
and two wood burning fire-
places. Horse barn with 7
stalls, tack room complete
with toilet and sink. Sepa-
rate large RV covered stor-
age shed, fenced pastures.
Asking $299,000 Call
Michelle 528-1103, Key-
stone 'Realty Inc. 863-
635-0030
2616 Sand Pine Trail-
Extremely nice 4 bedroom 2
bath oversized double wide
mobile home has formal liv-
ing room with built in tv unit,
dining room with built in cor-
ner cabinets, eat-in kitchen
w/ bar, family room, master
suite has large walk in clos-
et, bath room with tub and
separate shower, 30'x90'
metal dream barn, perfect
for RV & boat storage plus
plenty of space left over for
workshop/Man Cave, or
convert it into a large horse
barn, All for a low price of
$136,900. OBO Call
Michelle 528-1136, Key-
stone Realty Inc 863-
635-0030

Frostproof
83 Laurel Lane Spacious
3 bedroom 2 bath Palm Har-
bor double wide on 5 acres
of fenced land ideal for hors-
es or cows, Asking only
$80,000. OBO Call Wes-
ley 863-528-4265 at
Keystone Realty Inc.
9 Keenan Way-Three full
baths for each of the three
bedrooms, block home with
ceramic tile, family room
with fireplace, two open
lanai's, one partially
screened, in town location,
very close to Lake Reedy.
Asking only $95,000.00
obo Call Cindy 528-
0366 Keystone Realty
Inc. 863-635-0030.
90 S Lake Moody Rd-
Lake Moody Access Enjoy
220 ft. of Lakefront View on
the Wide Water of Lake
Moody. This charming 4 br.
home with split bedroom
plan sits in 3.37 acres.
Plenty of room to expand,
great for small farm, hors-
es, animals & hobbies. A
small grove is included on a
corner lot. Huge detached
garage/workshop in rear
plus a carport. 4/2 home
Asking $199,000 Other-
wise Best Offer! Call Fred
863-257-2210, Keystone
Realty Inc 863-635-0030

15 C Street 3 bedrooms,
2 baths, with pool and one
bedroom garage apartment.
Wood floors, fireplace, nice
front and back screened
porches. Asking
$138,900 Call Wesley @
Keystone Realty, Inc 863-
635-0030

1909 S. Lake Reedy Blvd
-4 bedroom 2 bath on over
3/4 acres with100' of Lake
Reedy frontage. Dock; Boat
house, large screened
porch overlooking the lake.
Wood kitchen cabinets and
granite countertops. Needs
a little TLC Asking


$299,000 Call Fred 863-
257-2210 or Keystone
Realty, Inc 863-635-
0030
405 Walter Ave 3 bed/1.5
bath concrete block home,
newly painted, wood lami-
nate flooring, ceramic tile
kitchen and bathroom, CHA,
updated light fixtures, car-
port, fenced in back yard
Reduced Asking
$59,900.00 OBO Call
Michelle 528-1136, Key-
stone Realty Inc 635-
0030
Lake Caloosa-Frostproof
204 Woodstork Way 3
bedroom 2 bath doublewide
mobile home, living and din-
ing room combo, vaulted
ceiling, large kitchen with
eat in space, 1 acre fenced
in back yard Asking
$82,000.00 Call Michelle
528-1136, Keystone
Realty Inc. 635-0030

22 Blue Jordan Road-
Immaculate 3 bedroom 2
bath split bedroom plan con-
crete block home. Has
cathedral ceiling open living,
dining and kitchen area.
Kitchen has ceramic tile,
white cabinets, double oven,
two .pantry closets, and
dishwasher. Attached dou-
ble garage, detached large
workshop with a half bath all
on two separate 1 Acre lots
on the corner with paved
roads. Asking
$187,500.00 Call
Michelle 528-1136, Key-
stone Realty Inc. 635-
0030

105 Snooks Wardlaw
Road-3/2 like new concrete
block home, next to Ben Hill
Griffin Jr Elem and Frost-
proof High Schools Asking
$131,500.00 Call Wesley
528-8265, Keystone
Realty 635-0030
258 Quail Run Road-
OVERSIZED 4 bedroom 2
bath double wide with living
room, dining and large
kitchen with lots of cabinets,
island, pantry, family room
with corner fireplace and
built in TV unit. Wide hallway
with built in desk/cabinets
Sits on a 5 ACRE partially
fenced in property, has
mature oak trees Asking
$110,000.00 Call
Michelle, Keystone Real-
ty 635-0030
Babson Park
642 Hillside-2 or 3bed-
room/1.5 bath concrete
block, single carport, par-
tially fenced back yard,
ceramic tile throughout,
hardwood cabinets, current-
ly being used as three bed-
room rental unit Asking
$72,500. OBO Call Cindy
528-0366, Keystone
Realty 863-635-0030
Lake Wales
4649 Caloosa Blvd.
3 bedroom 2 bath, one car
garage, open living areas
with skylights. Nicely fea-
tured dining room with built
in glass front cabinets. Ask-
ing only $54,000 Call
Michelle @ Keystone
Realty, Inc 863-528-
1103 or 863-635-0030
Fort Meade
308 S. Orange Ave. Short
Sale:3 bedroom/i- bath con-
crete block home, carport,
fenced back yard, utility
shed, roof a/c and windows
less thanfive years old Ask-
ing only $59,000.00 Call
Cindy 528-0366, Key-
stone Realty 863-635-
0030

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LAKE FRONT-ACCESS HOMES
CLINCH LAKE 3BR/2BA
home with separate
1BR/1BA living area for
guests or friends! Home has
vaulted great room with liv-
ing area/dining/and kitchen
combined (oak cabinetry),
split bedroom plan, 12x50
screen porch, has a great
view of Clinck lake, seawall
& dock! ASKING
$335,000

LAKE ACCESS: Crooked
Lake 3BR/2BA Loaded with
amenities Two- story,
2BR/1BA upstairs, open
great room, pool table,
newer kitchen cabinets &
appliances, outside kitchen,
RV port, privacy fenced, pri-
vate road open to Crooked
Lake! ASKING $175,000
LAKE FRONT CONDO in
South Shore Resort
1BR/1BA Park Model right
on the lake with screen
porch! Amenities include
clubhouse/pool/dock/boat
launch & More! ASKING
$45,900

WALK-IN-WATER on the
canal 2 blocks off the public
boat launch! Cozy 2BR/2BA
with screen porch, garage,
seawall, and a personal boat
launch as well as boat shed!
ASKING $104,500

NEWER 2BR/2BA Lake
Reedy home, vaulted ceil-
ing in Great room, all rooms
view lake, tile throughout,
nice Kitchen/appliances,
garage & "Ready To Occu-
py!" ASKING $207,500
FANTASTIC 2BR/2BA
Lake Reedy home with
super long dock (boat house
& elect lift), irrigated mature
Fawn, dog kennel/run, very
nice kitchen, large open liv-
ing rm/Sun porch, screen
porch, 2 sheds & MORE!
ASKING $199,000
SILVER LAKE, a crystal-
clear, white sandy bottom
deep, private lake! Comes
FURNISHED! 1BR/1BA with
workshop that has a
1BR/1BA "guest area."
ASKING $86,000
to see any of these
homes!
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com

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1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
BREEZE HILL
ON WALK-IN-WATER LAKE
9078 Lake Point Blvd.
2BR/2BA with carport, screen
porch ASKING $35,900
9186 Lake Point Blvd.
2BR/1.5BA, carport, well kept,
newer kitchen, workshop in
back, carport & patio ASKING
$45,900
9213 Lake Point Blvd.
2BR/2BA well kept, dou-
blewide with carport! ASKING
$51,900
3653 Breeze Way Beautiful
2BR/2BA Doublewide, remod-
eled inside, screen porch over-
looks the lake, newer 12x24
storage shed.Comes with
membership in COPA and
maintenance fees paid thru
Dec 2013! ASKING $74,900
Two Lots For Sale in Breeze
Hill come with water & sewer
for manufactured homes! Ask-
ing $8,500 & $10,000
CALOOSA LAKE VILLAGE
LAKE WALES
1993 2BR/2BA home in great
location and in good condition!
Call Paul Bieber, Realtor @
863-224-6559
www.paulsellslakewales.co
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Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
863-632-2062'
www.EstelleSullivan.com

1095 MANUFACTURED
HOMES FOR SALE
ARIANA VILLAGE
2 BED/2 BATH OVER 800
SQ. FT ALL APPLIANCES
INCLUDED $23,995 LOW
MONTHLY PAYMENT $599
CALL 877-469-6610
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1110 OUT OF AREA HOMES
37 ACRE MIDDLE TN FARM
with 13 acre lake, nice home.
Selling at Absolute Auction,
Memorial Day. Van Massey
Auction Lic 1711. (931)433-
8686 Visit vanmassey.com


1210 HOMES FOR RENT

4 Colony Ave-Frostproof
2/1 concrete block -home
w/carport, central heat &
air, fenced in back yard
$600.00/month, Ist &Sec.
Call Michelle 528-1136.
100 Overocker Circle-
Frostproof 3/1 concrete
block home, central heat &
air, all appliances included
$800.00/month 1st & Sec.
Call Cindy 528-0366.

10 Keen Road-
Frostproof-Villa style apart-
ment: 2 bedroom, 1 bath All
inclusive, power, water,
appliances, furniture, all
linens, 6 cable.
$1000/month.- Internet
available for $30 per month.
Call Cindy 863-528-0366

10 Keen Road-
Frostproof-Villa style apart-
ment: 1 bedroom, 1 bath All
inclusive, power, water,
appliances, furniture, all
linens, cable. -$750/month.
Internet available for $30
per month. Call Cindy
863-528-0366
Keystone Realty Inc.
245 S. Scenic Hwy.
Frostproof, FL 33843
realtygirl@juno.com
Office: 863-635-0030
Fax: 863-635-0031
Cell: 863-528-1136
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1210 HOMES FOR RENT

HOMES FOR RENT
Lake Wales- Newly remod-
eled 2BR/2BA duplex in the
Lake Wales Country Club.
Features all new high end
appliances,. vaulted ceilings,
1564 sq ft of living space,
one car garage and access
to community pool.
$1250/month, $1250 Secu-
rity Deposit. Call Cole Vogel
at Legacy Leasing Services,
Inc 863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com

Frostpiroof- Spacious
3BR/3BA home on 2+' acres,
Screen porches on front and
back, indoor utility room.
Lots of storage space.
Across the street from Lake
Reedy. Ask about pets.
$795/month, $795 Security
Deposit. Call Maggie Stohler
at Legacy Leasing Services,
Inc 863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com

Babson Park- THIS 4
BD/2.5 BA HOME BOASTS a
spacious back screen porch
and fenced backyard. Large
living room. Enjoy a wood-
burning fireplace in the
kitchen. 4th bedroom could
also be used as an office,
den, or playroom. Indoor util-
ity room. Detached garage
provides additional storage.
Certain pets are ok. Available
early September.
$1200/month, $1200 Secu-
rity Deposit. Call Maggie
Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 863-676-0024
or visit www.LegacyLeas-
es.com

Commercial
Nalcrest- 379 sqft for lease
in a community that boasts
500 apartments and approxi-
mately 800 residents. This
space would be ideal for a
hair or nail salon. There is an
attached bathroom. Water
and wifi included in rent.
$400/month. Call Maggie
Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 863-676-0024
or visit www.LegacyLeas-
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Nalcrest- 950 sqft of
Retail/Office Space for lease
in a community that boasts
500 apartments and approxi-
mately 8.00 residents. There
is an attached bathroom and
600 additional square feet
that could.be added on to the
existing 950 sq ft. Water and
wifi included in rent.
$800/morith.,
Call Maggie Stohler at
Legacy Leasing Services, Inc
863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com


212L. StuartAve.
SLakeWales, ;FL 33853

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1210 HOMES FOR RENT

Lake Wales 3BR/1BA
House with open floor plan.
New carpet in all bedrooms.
Inside utility room with wash-
er/dryer hook-up just off the
one car garage. Large
backyard. Kitchen comes
with side-by-side refrigerator
with ice maker and water
dispenser, 'and a glass top
stove."No pets allowed" "No
smoking" $695 mo.
Lake Wales 2BR/1BA
Duplex, newly remodeled!
Comes with stove and refrig-
erator. Washer and dryer for
tenants use at no additional
charge. Convenient to Hwy.
60 and Hwy. 27 "No pets
allowed" $450 mio.
includes water!
Haines City 1BR/1BA
Condo completely fur-
nished, right down to the
dishes! Spiral staircase
leads to loft for additional
space. Large back porch
overlooks championship
Grenelefe golf course. Get
a social membership for
access to pool and tennis
courts. Laundry facility and
pro shop on premises "No
pets allowed" "No smoking"
$600 mo.
Kris Bender
Bender Realty, LLC
863-223-8708
863-521-9421 Cell

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

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1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT

COLONIAL SQUARE
APARTMENTS
SPRING SPECIALS!
1 and 2 Bedroom apts with
central a/c and heat, large
floor plans, big closets
& FREE WATER
Starting.at $475/ month
Move-In Specials too
Call: 24/7: 866-485-
4961
Or visit us online at:
ColonialSauareBartow.com
FORT MEADE, 2BR/1.5BA,
w/d hookup, screen porch,
very nice and clean. $575.
monthly.
321-228-4724
LAKELAND 2606 Harden,
Combee Rd., 2BD, 1BA, w/d
hook-up. $550. mo.
321-228-4724
OAKWOOD MANOR
APARTMENTS
PRICES REDUCED FOR
S LEASE- UP!
Our .updated villa-style
apartment homes provide
Comfortable living at a
great price. Rates include
water.
Studio from only $425/mo
1 BR. from only $500/mo
2 BR with w/d hookups
from only $625/month
Convenient location,
Walk to shopping.
Call 24/7 866-485-
4977
Or visit:
OakwoodManorApts.com
One bedroom apartment.
Single occupancy. No smoker
or pets. $125 per week
includes electric & water.
863-632-7013.LAKE
WALES


1500 LOTS & ACREAGE
LAND FOR SALE,
Blue Jordan Forest: 3.53 Ac
wooded for Home $14,500.
3.08 Ac wooded For Home
$14,900.
3.29 Ac For Doublewide M.H.
$16,000.
3.11 Ac For Doublewide M.H.
Well/Pump/partly cleared
$19,900.
3.16 Ac For Doublewide M.H.
$18,000.
3.51 Ac For Doublewide M.H.
"corner lot" $29,500.

LAND FOR SALE
IN FROSTPROOF
2+ Ac $12,000;
1 Ac $10,000;
Three parcels 1 Ac each
$15,000/parcel;
3+ Ac $25,000;
8+ Ac $58,900;
LOTS WITH LAKE VIEW
OR ACCESS
$9,000 1 Ac Lake Access
water/sewer 1 site built
home only City lot, water &
sewer, lake view, home only
$23,900
LAKE FRONT LOT
1 Acre on Lake Reedy, 156
ft lake frontage ASKING
$139,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
1515 WATERFRONT
North Carolina Mountain
Lakefront lots. New gated
waterfront community. Dock-
able lots with up to 300' of
shoreline, Low insurance, Low
property tax. Call NooW
(800)709-5253
1520 OUT OFTOWN LOTS
LARGE ACREAGE
AT LOW PRICES!
65 acres for $1500 per acre.
Panoramic Mountain views
and creeks. Located on Keith
Springs Mountain in TN.
877-282-4409
NC mountain property
must go. 4.5 acres with out-
standing views and privacy.
$25,000 OBO, great for
home or cabin. (828)394-
9298. Ask for Richard
1610 BUSINESS RENTALS
REDUCED! Commercial prop-
erty.322 S Scenic Hwy, LW.
Prime location.1OK sq ft shop
w/14ft overhead doors.1500
sq ft office/showrm w/AC.
$1500 mo. +security. 863-
678-1498 or 863-241-
1528.

with Classified!

1620 COMMERCIAL/
INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
COMMERCIAL PROPER-
TIES
Two Buildings with a total of
6 units with 4 under lease ASK-
ING $150,000
Central Business District
Building 2310 SF ASKING
$65,000
COMMERCIAL BUILDING
LOTS ASKING $36,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
Commercial Warehouse 4
Rent
1500 sqft 30x50 w/ 10x10
roll up dr. 3 ph power. 2
parking spaces. Also available
28x 50 open bay. Warehouse
$588. Open bay $321. 863-
287-9931. LW.'


2000






EMPLOYMENT

2001 HELP WANTED
A Few Pro Drivers Needed
Top Pay & 401K Great Equip-
ment & Benfefits 2 Mos. CDL
Class A Driving Exp (877)258-
8782 www.meltontruck.com
ACT NOW! New Pay Increase!
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gram. Financial aid if qualified
- Housing available. CALL Avi-
ation Institute of Maintenance
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T660's. Need 2 months. CDL-
A Driving Exp. (877)258-8782
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I Classified = Sales |
CDL DRIVERS- Great Pay!
Tons of Texas Frac work!
Great company! Company
paid benefits! Must have bulk
pneumatic trailer experience.
Call today! (800)491-9029.
CDL-A Drivers Relocate for
Tons of Great Paying Texas
Oilfield work! Great compa-
ny/Paid benefits! Must have
bulk pneumatic trailer experi-
ence. Call today!. (800)491-
9029 -. ..
CDL-A DRIVERS, Central Flori-
da company seeks Solo &
Team Drivers. Tank and Dry
Van positions offering some
regional, lyr OTR/ Good MVR
required. (877)882-6537 or
www.oakleytransport.com
CLAIMS ADJUSTERS
NEEDED due to active Storm
Season. JEL's 5-day Boot
Camp, Nations #1 hands-on
trainer can prepare you. High
Income www.JELTraining.com
- Companies waiting
CYPRESS TRUCK LINES
Home Weekends! -Southeast
Regional, Top Pay .& Great
Benefits! 6 Months TT exp
CDL with clean MVR. Call
(800)545-1351
www.cypresstruck.com
DRIVER- Not getting enough
miles? Join Knight Transporta-
tion and increase your income
with our steady freight. New
Trucks! CDL-A, 3 months
recent experience. (800)414-
9569. www.driveknight.com
Driver- Recession Proof
Freight. Plenty of miles. Need
refresher? No out-of-pocket
tuition at FFE. $1000 Bonus
for CO's & $1500 Incentive
for 0/0's. recruit@ffex.net.
(855)356-7121
Driver-Drivers choose
from Weekly or Daily Pay.
Regional, OTR or Express
Lanes, Full or Part-time, CDL-
A, 3 months recent experi-
ence required. (800)414-
9569 www.driveknight.com
Drivers No Experience -
No problem. 100% Paid CDL
Training. Immediate Benefits.
20/10 program. Trainers
Earn up to
$.49 per mile! CRST VAN
EXPEDITED (800)326-2778
www.JoinCRST.com
Drivers Earn Up to 390/mi
HOME SEVERAL NIGHTS &
WEEKENDS 1 yr OTR Flatbed
exp. Call: (800)572-5489 Joy
ext. 238 Susan ext. 227 SUN-
BELT TRANSPORT, LLC


2001 HELP WANTED
Drivers Earn Up to 390/mi
HOME SEVERAL NIGHTS &
WEEKENDS 1 yr OTR
Flatbed exp. Call: (800)572-
5489 Susan ext. 227 Joy ext.
238 SUNBELT TRANSPORT,
LLC.


NEED CASH?
Drivers Wanted-OTR Food
Grade Tanker Drivers Needed
Competitive pay, Benefits,
Guaranteed time off Class A
CDL-w/tanker endorsement
Prefer 2yrs experience
(800)569-6816 otterytrans-
portation.com
.Drivers- No Experience-
No Problem. 100% Paid CDL
Training. Immediate Benefits.
20/10 program. Trainers
Earn up to 49C per mile!
CRST VAN EXPEDITED
(800)326-2778 www.Join-
CRST.com
Earn Up to $.51cpm!!! CDL-
A Drivers, Tanker & Dry Van
positions available. 1 year
OTR experience, Good MVR &
work history needed. Call
(877)882-6537 or apply
www.oakleytransport.com
FOOD PREP Full or part
time $8.00 per hr or neg.
863.223.8625 Jackie or
Pete 240 E Bullard Ave,
Lake Wales
FRAC SAND HAULERS with
complete bulk pneumatic rigs
only. Relocate to Texas for
Tons of work. Great compa-
ny/pay. Gas cards/Quick Pay
available. (800)491-9029
Freight Up ='More $ 34-46
CPM 2Mos. CDL Class A Dri-
ving Exp (877)258-8782
www.meltontruck.com
GROWING Local Newspa-
per is Seeking Qualified
Inside Sales Manager.
Please Send Resumes to
pnorthrop@thelake-
walesnews.com. or call
Paul Northrop at
(863)676-3467.
Heat & Air JOBS Ready to
work? 3 week accelerated
program. Hands on environ-
ment. Nationwide certifica-
tions and Local Job Place-
ment Assistance! (877)994-
9904

JUST GRADUATE? Play in
Vegas, Hang in LA, Jet to New
York! Hiring 18-24 girls/guys.
$400-$800 wkly. Paid
expenses. Signing Bonus. Call
(877)259-6983
Medical Billing Trainees
Needed! Hospitals & Insur-
ance Companies hiring now!
No experience? Local Training
& Job Placement available! HS
Grad or GED & Computer
needed. (888)589-9677.
MEDICAL BILLING
TRAINEES NEEDED! Hospi-
tals & Insurance Companies
hiring now! No experience?
Local Training & Job Place-
ment Assistance available!
(888)219-5161.
Medical Management
Careers start here Get con-
nected online. Attend college
on your own time. Job place-
Sment assistance. Computer
available. Financial Aid if qual-
ified. Call (800)481-9409
www.CenturaOnline.com
Medical Management Careers
start here Get connected
online. Attend college on your
own time. Job placement
assistance. Computer avail-
able. Financial Aid if qualified.
Call (800)481-9409
www.CenturaOnline.com
Medical Management Careers
start here Get connected
online. Attend college on your
own time. Job placement
assistance. Computer avail-
able. Financial Aid if qualified.
Call (800)481-9409
www.CenturaOnline.com


2001 HELP WANTED
MOMS WORK FT/PT, no
experience. necessary, we
train. New Swarovski Crystal
Jewelry by Touchstone Crys-
tal. $500 TO $5,000/MONTH
(407)295-1522 kontactkelly-
now@aol.com
MOVIE EXTRAS Earn up to
$250 per day To stand in the
backgrounds for a major film
production experience not
required. All looks needed.
Call NOW!!! (877)435-5877
Need CDL Drivers A or B
with 2 yrs recent commerical
experience to transfer motor
homes, straight trucks, trac-
tors, and buses, www.mamo-
transportation.com (800)501-
3783



Need CDL Drivers A or B
with 2 yrs recent commerical
experience to transfer motor
homes, straight trucks, trac-
tors, and buses, www.mamo-
transportation.com (800)501-
3783
OTR DRIVERS- Food Grade
Tank Drivers. CDL-A w/tank
endorsement, Good MVR &
Hazmat within 90 days
required. Up to 42cpm
w/additional mileage incen-
tives & benefits. (877)882-
6537 or www.oakleytrans-
port.com
SPORTS WRITER: We are
looking for someone who
likes football as well as cov-
ering local sports. Immedi-
ate opening for a freelance
writer to cover high school
football games on Friday
night for Saturday's. paper
for the Lake Wales High
and Fort Meade High foot-
ball teams. The job is--a
tight deadline on .Friday
night for Saturday's paper.
There wbuld'also 5e'assign-
ments for advance stories
on the upcoming game for
Wednesday's, newspaper.
Must have 'ability to pro-
duce quickly for the-Friday
night coverage. If interest-
ed contact either
Jeff Roslow at
jroslow@heartlandnewspa-
pers.com,
Kathy Leigh Berkowitz.at
klberkowitz@heartland-
newspapers.com or
Brian Ackley at
backley@heartlandnewspa-
pers.com
Please include writing.
S samples ....


3000







NOTICES

3010 ANNOUNCEMENTS
Marketing Research
Get Paid for Your Opinions.L
Make Extra $$$! Polk County
residents needed for 1-day
focus group discussion,
Thurs., 9/26. Pays-$250
w/meals incl'd. No exp. req'd.
Must be at least 18 y.o. All
educational backgrounds
accepted & retirees welcome!
Sign-up online @
www.researchparticipants.co
m or call 1.800.483.9898
for more info.
ADOPTION
Childless, loving couple
pray to adopt. Stay at home
mom, successful dad, great
dogs & devoted grandpar-
ents. Legally allowed expens-
es paid. Bill & Debbie 800-
311-6090.
Attorney Susan Stockham
Bar # 0342521


September 18,2013


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3010 ANNOUNCEMENTS
ADOPTION equals LOVE
Nuturing, single woman will
provide stable home/support
of large, extended family.
Lets help each other. Finan-
cial security. Expenses paid.
Deborah, toll-free (855) 779-
3699. Sklar Law Firm, LLC FL
Bar #0150789.
ADVERTISE IN OVER 100
PAPERS throughout Florida
for One Low Rate. Advertising
Networks of Florida, Put us to
work for You! (866)742-1373
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ing-Attend college 100%.
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tance. Computer available.
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ness, *Paralegal, *Comput-
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3179,
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SURE DEFENSE, Consumer
Rights. Peter Kelegian, Attor-
ney at Law, Gainesville, Flori-
da. Free no obligation consul-
tation. Serving counties
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of your item
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classified ad!
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work for You! (866)742-1373
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HORSE LOVERS MAKE $$
FOR YOURSELF OR CHARI-
TY. HOLD A COMPETITIVE
TRAIL CHALLENGE. CALL
ACTHA AT (877)99-
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WWW.ACTHA.US GREAT FUN,
GREAT $$$
PREGNANT? CONSIDER-
ING ADOPTION? A childless
energetic, spiritual, commit-
ted couple seeks to adopt.
Financially secure. Healthcare
professionals. Expenses paid.
Gil & Dave (888)580-ADOPT
(2367). FL Bar#0150789
3060 SCHOOLS
& INSTRUCTION
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR TRAINING!
Bulldozers, Backhoes, Exca-
vators. 3 weeks hands on pro-
gram. Local job placement
assistance. National Certifica-
tions. GI Bill benefits eligible.
1-866-362-6497.
3090 LOST & FOUND:
Stolen strayed or lost Jack
Russel. Black & White w/
stand up ears. Missing since
08-25-13. Please call Mar-
lene at 863-258-0851.
Reward for a safe return.


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FINANCIAL

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OPPORTUNITIES
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and immediate returns in
Equipment leasing for oilfield
industry. Immediate lease out.
Tax benefits and high returns.
We need more equipment!
(800)491-9029
Investors Outstanding
and immediate returns in
equipment leasing for frac
industry. Immediate lease out.
Tax benefits and high returns.
We need more equipment!
(800)491-9029.



4020 FINANCIAL/MISC.
CASH. NNW .Cash for -your
structured settlement or annu-
ity payments. Call J.G. Went-
worth (866) 494-9115. Rated
A+ by the Better Business
Bureau.


FREE DEBT SOLUTION. End
Foreclosure and Debt Collec-
tions within 90 Days. No Pay-
ments, No Bankruptcy, and
No Settlements. Guaranteed
Since 1993. (800)477-9256
www.zerodebtguaranteed.co
m

4080 LOANS/ MORTGAGES
Access Reverse Mortgage!
Florida-based: Application &
closing in your home. Experi-
ence: almost 1,000 reverse
mortgages funded. Award-
winning customer service.
BBB A rating. NMLS #4566.
1(800)806-7126

5000






BUSINESS SERVICES

5054 CONTRACTORS

Miscellaneous Contract-
S ing
(No job 7b@)&0@099
GENERAL REPAIR!
*Additions & Remodeling
*Chimney Cleaning
*Concrete Work
*Vinyl Siding
*Roofing
Lightening Rod Installa-
tion
Painting Commercial &
Residential
Free Estimates
Lic. & Ins.
Hollis Smith
863-676-5413
863-528-2435


5060CLEANING
SERVICES
Married To The Mop.
Relax, while we clean your
home or office. Reasonable
rates & specials available.
Call for a free estimate.
863-676-6245.
5100 HOME & COMMERCIAL
IMPROVEMENT
We Donrt Monkey
Around
We Have More Keys
llan Anyone In Town


LAMSON'S
LOCK & KEY
IW E. 0(WBe A .
676.3744
KINETIC WATER SYSTEM
PROVIDING YOUR FAMILY
WITH THE MOST RELI-
ABLEWATER TREATMENT
ON THE MARKET
863-439-2837
5115 LEGAL SERVICES
PREGNANT? CONSIDER-
ING ADOPTION? A childless
energetic, spiritual, commit-
ted couple seeks to adopt.
Financially secure. Healthcare
professionals. Expenses paid.
Gil & Dave (888)580-ADOPT
(2367). FL Bar#0150789
5120 MEDICAL SERVICES
2010 Dodge Grand
Caravan Wheelchair Van
with 10" lowered floor; wheel-
chair ramp; wheelchair tie
downs. 813-569-0729
5150 PEST CONTROL

pelican pest prevention
SERVICING THE TERMITE AND
THE PEST CONTROL NEEDS OF
FLORIDA 866-644-9900

5230 MISCELLANEOUS
$$$ ACCESS LAWSUIT
CASH NOW!!! $$$ As 'seen
on TV.$$$ Injury Lawsuit
Dragging? Need $500-
$500,000++within 48/hrs?
Low rates APPLY NOW BY
PHONE! Call Today! Toll-Free:
(800)568-8321 www.lawcapi-
tal.com

6000


MERCHANDISE

6012 GARAGE SALES
BARTOW, Fri. 20th & Sat.
21st, 7am-2., 450 N Jackson.
TV's, sewing machine, Christ-
mas stuff, collectibles, kids
items & bed, books of all kinds
LOTS OF STUFF.
Estate Garage Sale. Fri &
Sat. Sept 20th & 21st. 8 till
2pm. 4802 Avon St. Crooked
Lake Park, LW. 863-589-
8396.1 wicker br set, 1 nice
6 piece wood br set, Kitchen
table & 4 chairs, small size
nice ladies clothes, old look-
ing Oak Buffet, A lot of good
stuff.






6020 AUCTIONS
LAKEFRONT HORSE FARM 5-
Bedroom Home, 3-Stall Barn,
Large Workshop, Garage,
Scenic Lake Frontage, Dock,
Pier. Price reduced
$799,000. Owner Financing.
Lake Tillery, East of Charlotte,
NC. Iron Horse Properties.
(800)997-2248. www.iron-
horseproperties.net


6020 AUCTIONS
LAKEFRONT HORSE FARM 5-
Bedroom Home, 3-Stall Barn,
Large Workshop, Garage,
Scenic Lake Frontage, Dock,
Pier. Price reduced
$799,000. Owner Financing.
Lake Tillery, East of Charlotte,
NC. Iron Horse Properties.
(800)997-2248. www.iron-
horseproperties.net
C---NEED k JOB?----
CHECK THE
DECLASSIFIED !
6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS

30" Premier Gas Range
Like New for info Call
863-353-2116

6180 HEAVY/CONST.
EQUIPMENT
SAWMILLS -Band/Chainsaw -
SPRING SALE Cut lumber
any dimension, anytime.
MAKE MONEY and SAVE
MONEY In stock ready to ship.
Starting at $995.00
www.NorwoodSawmills.com/
300N (800)578-1363
Ext.300N
6270 WANTED TO
.BUY/TRADE

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

ANY CONDITION
WE BUY IT ALL, and Pay So Much
We Almost Want to Cry. You, of
Course, Will Laugh With Glee"
See PHIL at the former
HOLLY'S ARMY NAVY STORE
3440 Ave G NW
Winter Haven
Mon-Sat 10am-5:3Opm
Call first to confirm I'm there
863-299-6031
Our 33rd Year.
REAL GOV'T SURPLUS
Military Boots,Uniforms,
Ammo Cans, Sleep Gear,
Folding Shovels,Hats,Bug Out
Bags, Survival Kits,
Paracord, Officer Duty
Gear, Knives,
Holsters, Cots
PAYING CASH FOR USED
MILITARY GEAR
across from Home Depot,
2346 US 27 North
Sebring, Fl 863-382-0600

7000






TRANSPORTATION

7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS




1974 Dodge Dart. 3 18
mopar w/ auto transmission.
57,000 miles. Restore w/ a
Lover hood. Twin exhaust .
Color Yellow. Classified as #3.
Call 570-401-0585. $5,500
obo. Lake Placid.


1995 Jeep Wrangler S SUV.
$4,900. 2dr. 2.50 2.5L 14
MPI SOHC 8V Gasoline. White.
Stock# B13044B. Call Can-
non's Car City 863-248-
8665.

Great Deals in
the Classifieds!






1996 Chevy PK, Auto, 6 cyl,
A/C, Util. LT, 4x4, 99,880,
$2,300.
SCash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283


1997 Mazda Miata Base
Convertible. $5,500. 2dr.
1.80 1.8L 14 SMPI DOHC.
Classic Red. Stock#
S14049A. Call Cannon's Car
City 863-248-8665.


1998 Dodge Dakota, 5SP, 4
cyl, No A/C, 208,608, Black,
$1,500.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283


1999 Dodge RAM Van Con,
version van passenger.,
$5,975. Black. Stock#
CC1600A. Call Sorensen &
Schade. 800-639-5337.


1999 IUMU uOuroan 4UR
2WD 1500. Price $3,999.
Stock#: P5121A. 8-cylinder
5.7L V8. Automatic 4-speed.
Kelley's Used Cars. 863-
269-0977.r


Pickup
SCall


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




2000 Nissan Maxima 4dr
Sdn Gxe Auto. $8,999. Gold.
Automatic. Stock#: J3871.
Call 863-665-2800. ,
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Automatic. $3,Zy9. -Call Sal
at 863-956-2277.
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2001 Cadillac DeVille
Sedan Gold Automatic.
$3,895. Call Sal at 863-
956-2277.


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. Call


1991 Harley Davison FLHS.
4,500 miles. Black in color.
Man extras. Call 570-401- :
05Rc $8,500 or obo. Lake 8 *'1 h
Placid. :'.




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Sedan.$2,495.Purple. Stock# il '
531780. Well maintained and I Florida Counci On Compulsivel
ready for its next enthusiastic .
owner. Call Sorensen & www.gamblinghelp
Schade. 800-639-5337. 4 .. ,


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2001 Hyunaai Iuron Kea.- 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
$5995. Leather, Auto, Pwr SUV. $10,695. 4dr. Automat-
Pkg, 60K Miles. STK# ic. Indigo Blue Light Pewter
K446577A. Call Joe at 863- Metallic. Stock# D6398677A.
471-2885. Call Tom at 863-402-4230.


2001 T
$5,500- P
Tony at 86


2uu0 2 uicK Regai ul
Sedan.Black. $4,289. Stock#
B13134A. 4-Speed Automatic
with Overdrive, GRAND SPORT,
and VALUE PLUS. Call Can-
non's Car City 863-248-
R66fi5


Durgundy, .o,9. /AUtLUImaL-
ic. Stock# 370208. 4dr
Sedan, 4-spd, 6-cyl 180 hp
engine, MPG: 21 City32 High-
way. Call Corona Auto Sales
863-551-8041.




2002 Ford Mustang. Blue.
Automatic. $6,499. Stock#
167623. 2dr Coupe, 5-spd, 6-
cyl 190 hp engine, MPG: 20
City29 Highway. Call Corona
Auto Sales 863-551-8041.


Vb-DQHC. 4-speed Automatic
with override-_Dark Blue.
Stock# P7788. Call Can-
non's Car City 863-248-
8665.




2002 Lexus Rx 300 4dr
Suv. $11,990. Gold. Automat-
ic. Stock#: J3859. Call 863-
665-2800.


VVite /UUiIILI;'. d,49b. call
Sal at 863-956-2277.
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Z03 UChevrolet Cavalier
*Base Sedan. $3,550. Blue.
Stock# P7573A. 4dr Sedan.
2.20 2.2L 4-Cylinder SPI
DOHC SPI 16V. Call Cannon's
Car City 863-248-8665.




2003 Chevrolet S-10 Ext
Cab 123" WB LS. $9,999.
White. Stock# J3892. Auto-
matic. Call 863-665-2800.


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


2004 Cadillac CTS Sedan.
Silver green. $6,994. Stock#
C13112A. 4dr Sedan. 3.60
3.6L V6 ,WT. 5- speed Auto-
matic with over drive. Call
Cannon's Car City 863-
248-8665.


2004 Chrysler Town &
Country Touring Minivan/
Van. $5,600. 4dr. 3.80 3.8L
V6 OHV. 4-speed. Automatic.
Butane Blue .Stock#
B14002A. Call Cannon's Car
City 863-248-8665.
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204t rurF odMustanlg LUup.
$12,995. 2dr. Automatic.
Torch Red. Stock#
D5109110A. Call Tom at
863-402-4230.
2003 Cheys S-10 4x2 X- 863402423 .
Cab V-6. Auto guaranteed
credit approval. $6995. Very
nice truck. Family Auto 863-
679-7888.

2004 Lincoln ILS- 8,500-
-K634509A. Call Tony 863-
438-3333.
2003 Chrysler PT Crusier -i
Touring SUV. $5,600. White. -
Stock# P7774. 2.40 2.4L 4-
cylinder SMPI DOHC 16V. Call
Cannon's Car City 863-
248-8665.
~______~___2004 Mazda 316,9
-.* -* ^ U202584A. Call Tony at
863-438-3333.



2003 Dodge Ram 1500 --_Bc
Pickup Green Automatic. -
$4,995. Call Sal at 863-
956-2277.
2005 Buick CXL SUV.
$9,995. 4dr. Automatic. Titani-
um. Stock# N017274A. Call
-- Tom at 863-402-4230.


2003 Ford Explorer-
$6,000- U384309B. Call
Tony at 863-438-3333.
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2003 Lincoln LS V8 Sedan.
$5,000. 4dr. 3.90 3.9L V8
DOHC 32V. 5-speed select
shift. Automatic. Silver. Stock#
P7577A. Call Cannon's Car
City 863-248-8665.





2003 Mitsubishi Montero
Sport. $6,999. Black. Auto-
matic. Stock# 013437. 4x2,
4-spd, 6-cyl 197 hp. engine,
MPG: 17 City21 Highway. Call
Corona Auto Sales 863-
551-8041.





2003 Saturn LW-300-
$4,600- U611957B. Call
Tonyv at 863-438-3333.


2003, Volkswagen Passat;
Gray. ,Automatic. $7,499.
Stock# 274699. 4dr Front-
wheel Drive Sedan, 5-spd, 4-
cyl 170 hp engine, MPG: 21
City30 Highway. Call Corona
Auto Sales 863-551-8041.


2005 Chrysler 300 Touring
w/ leather,power seat,alu-
minum wheels, cd,power win-
dows, power locks, tilt &
cruise warranty. Stock#
B8070A $10,970. Call Tom
Edwards Chrysler Dodge
Jeep at 863-533-0793.




2005 Chrysler Crossfire.
2dr Cpe Limited. $8,895. Pur-
ple. Automatic. Stock#:
J3684B. Call 863-665-
2800.





2005 Chrysler Town and
Country Touring Mini-Van.
$6,995. Gold. Stock #
C6084A. Call Sorensen &
Schade. 800-639-5337




2005 Dodge Caravan.
White. Automatic. S4,999.
Stock# 416108. Passenger
Van, 4-spd, 4-cyl 150 hp hp
engine, MPG: 20 City26 High-
way. Call Corona Auto Sales
863-551-8041.

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2005 Ford Escape SUV.
$10,996. 4dr. Automatic.
Dark Shadow Grey. Stock#
N902133B. Call Tom at
863-402-4230.


2005 Ford Explorer XLT
Tan. 4x4, V6, P/W,P/L,A/C.
$9995. Stk# RA442. Call Joe
at 863-471-2885.


2005 Ford F150 Supercab
XLT package automatic. 5.4
V8. Hitch certified w/110 pt
inspection. Limited powertrain
warranty. Stock#T3145A
$10,970. Call Tom Edwards
Chrysler Dodge Jeep at
863-533-0793.




2005 HummerH2 SUT. Call
for price. Stock#: P5127. 8-
cylinder 6.0L V8. Automatic 4-
speed. White. Kelley's Used
Cars. 863-269-0977.


2005 Pontiac Grand Am
Sedan Silver Automatic.
$3,995. Call Sal at 863-
956-2277.


SEL Sedan. $9,995. 4dr. 6-
speed. Automatic. Black.
Stock# N289467B. Call Tom
at 863-402-4230.


2uu6 GiMU Sierra 10uu
SLT. Red. Automatic 4-speed.
Price $17,980. Stock#:
P5040. 8-cylinder 5.3L V8.
Kelley's Used Cars. 863-269-
0977.




2006 Honda Civic EX
Coupe. $13,995. 2dr. Auto-
matic. Rallye Red. Stock#
RA439A. Call Tom at 863-
402-4230.


2006 Hyundai Elantra 4dr
sdn GIs Auto. $8,459. Red.
Automatic. Stock#: J3869.,
Call 863-665-2800.



2006 Mercury Grand Mar-
quis LS Sedan. $7,995.
Green. Stock OtC6076A. Call
Sorensen & Schade. 800-
639-5337.









2006 Pontiac G6 Silver.
Auto, A/CP ,P/I, Local
Trade. $8995. STK#
T651106A. Call Joe at 863-
471-2885.


2006 Saturn Ion 4-Door
4cyl Auto. Very low miles
75,000. Guaranteed credit
approval. $7995.- Family
Auto. 863-679-7888.




2007 Chevy Tahoe Lt.
White $18995. Leather, Nay,
Tow, Loaded. STK#
K489468A. Call Joe at 863-
471-2885.




2007 Chrysler Sebring
Touring w/ V6. Power seat,
Aluminum wheels, cd/mp3.
Power windows, power locks.
Tilt & cruise certified w/110 pt
-inspection. Limited powertrain
warranty. Stock# B8042A
$9,970. Call Tom Edwards
Chrysler Dodge Jeep at
863-533-0793.




2007 Dodge (Silver) Grand
Caravan V-6 SXT. Power
doors, keyless. All the toys.
Very low miles 69,000. Guar-
anteed credit approval.
$9995. Family Auto. 863-
679-7888.


2007 Dodge Nitro SXT w!
sunroof, aluminum wheels, V6,
automatic, cd, sunscreen
glass, power windows, power
locks, tilt & cruise, certified
w/110 pt inspection, limited
powertrain warranty, stock
T3084A $9,970. Call Tom
Edwards Chrysler Dodge
Jeep at 863-533-0793.




2007 Ford Explorer Sport
Trac XLT 4.0L. Price
$17,995. Stock#: P5069. 6-
cylinder V6. Automatic 5-
speed. Blue. Kelley's Used
Cars. 863-269-0977.





2007 Ford Focus SE 4cyl
Auto. Great miles 96,000.
Guaranteed credit approval
$7995. Family Auto. 863-
R7Q-7RRR :


2007 Pontiac G6 Base
Sedan. $8,249. 40r. 2.40
ECOTEC 2.4L 14'MPI. 4-
speed. Automatic with over-
drive. Green. Stock# P7780.
Call Cannon's Car city 863-
248-8665.




2008 Buick Lucerne CXL
Sedan. $15,975. 4dr. Auto-
matic. Gold Mist. Stock#
RC6056. Call Tom at 863-
402-4230..
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2008 Dodge Durango Lim-
ited SUV. $15,997. Silver.
Stock# C5027A. Call
Sorensen & Schade. 800-
639-5337.


EX AT. Stock#: P5046A. Auto-
matic 5-speed. Black. 4-cylin-
der 1.8L 4 cyls. Price
$10,999. Kelley's Used Car.
863-269-0977.


Limited. Price 511,999.,,
Stock#: 13481A. 6-cylinder
3.3L V6. Green. Automatic 5-
speed. Kelley's Used Cars.
863-269-0977.




2009 BMW/X5 AWD 4dr
301. $25,899. Black. Stock#
Cl 139. Automatic. Call 863-
665-2R00.


4or LI VV/ ILI. Rea. Au[iomat-
ic. Stock#: J3779. $11,290.
Call 863-665-2800.


OUII In l 4 UIU to.U1 .-0,VVV3.7
Green. -Automatic. Stock#:
C1 142. Call 863-665-2800.

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the Classifieds!


2009 Scion Xb 5dr Wgn
Auto (NatI). $15,999. Blue.
Automatic. Stock#: J3864.
Call 863-665-2800.
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2009 Scion XB. Aluminum
wheels. Power windows.,
Power locks. Tilt & Cruise. Cer-
tified w/ 110 pt inspection.
Limited powertrain warranty.
Stock#J4010B $11,970. Call
Tom Edwards Chrysler
Dodge Jeep at 863-533--
0793.




2010 Chevrolet Equinox LS
SUV. $13,999. 4dr. Automat-
ic. Cardinal Red. Stock#
K446066A. Call Tom at 863-
402-4230.


2010 Dodge Ram. Brown.
$28995. 4x4,20" Wheels,
P/W, P/L. STK# PK20860.
Call Joe at 863-471-2885.


Price $14,999. Stock#:
P4981. 4-cylinder 2.5L 4cyls.
Automatic 6-speed. Steel blue'
metallic. Kelley's Used Cars.
863-269-0977.


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7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS




26 1ia ou y ray. 'Auto,
A/C, PWR PKG, Local Trade.
$14995; STK# F811266B.
Call Joe at 863471-2885.



2011 Mazda. aza .4dr.
Sdn. Auto I Touring. $S15,489.
SGray. Automatic. Stock#:
J3883. Call 863-665-2800.




2L2. Price $19,995. Stock#:
P5083. Silver. 6-cylinder 3.6L
V6. Automatic 6-speed. .Kel-
ley's Used Cars. 863-269-
0977.


SConvertible. $17,500. White.
Stock# CC1596. 2DR. Call
Sorensen & Schade. 800-
639-5337.
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with Classified!

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White. S 18995. Dual, Pwr Slid-
ers, Dual A/C, Local Trade.
STK# RK20831A. Call Joe at
863-471-2885.


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& PARTS DEPARTMENT
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16580 Hwy 27
LakeWales-38 years
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with this ad
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Used Appliances
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Country Touring w/ leather,
dvd/video, dual power sliding
doors & liftgate,power seat,
aluminum, wheels, rear park
assist, certified w/ 110 pt
inspection, pentastar V6, blue-
tooth, dual a/c,sunscreen
glass, power windows, power
locks, tilt & cruise,balance of
limited factory warranty,
stock# B8140 $21,970. Call
Tom Edwards Chrysler Jeep
at 863-533-0793.


w/ power seat. Dual A/C. 3rd
seat. Aluminum wheels. CD
w/sirius. Keyless/Security.
Pentastar V6. Sunscreen
glass. Certified w/110 pt
inspection. Power windows.
Power locks. Tilt & Cruise. Bal-
ance of limited factory warran-
.ty. Stock# B8094 $17,970.
Call Tom Edwards Chrysler
Dodge Jeep at 863-533-
0793.


2012 Ford Edge SEL. Price
$26,495. Stock#: P5120. 6-
cylinder 3.5L V6. Automatic 6-
speed. Kelley's Used Cars.
863-269-0977.





Auto, A/C, Stereo, Local
Trade. $14995. STK#
T034543B. Call Joe at 863-
471-2885.




2012" Jeep Gran herokee
Overland SUV. $34,995.
Blue. Stock# CD408% Call
Sorensen & Schade. 800-
639-5337.


zUlz Nissan Aitima. SiIver.
Auto, A/C, Stereo Local Trade.
$15995. STK# FD21706B.
Call Joe at 863-471-2885.


2012 Nissan Rogue SV
SUV. $18,900. Black. Stock#
CD4097. Call Sorensen &
Schade. 800-639-5337.


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2013 evrolet Spark ILT
Auto Hatchback. $13,986.
4dr. 4-speed Automatic.
Denim. Stock# RA434A. Call
Tom at 863-402-4230.


2013 Chey Suburban
Black. $38995. Leather,Rear
A/C, 3rd Row Seating. STK#
RK20847. Call Joe at 863-
471-2885.


2013 Dodge Charger SE.
Power seat, aluminum wheels,
cd/mp3, keyless/security,
pentastar V6, power windows,
power locks, tilt & cruise, cer-
tified w/110 pt inspection, bal-
ance of limited factory warran-
ty. Stock# B8152 $20,970.
Call Tom Edwards Chrysler
Dodge Jeep at 863-533-
0793.


2013 Dodge Durango. Crew
w/leather, heated seats,
power seat, certified w/110 pt
inspection, blue tooth, sun-
screen glass, power windows,
power locks, tilt & cruise, bal-
ance of limited factory warran-
ty, stock# B8118 $29,970.
Call Tom Edwards Chrysler
Dodge Jeep at 863-533-
0793.-`:_.. .


-2013 Ford Escape EL gil-
ver. Leather, A/C, 14K Miles.
$24995. Stk# RK20832. Call
Joe at 863-471-2885.


2013 Jeep Wrangler Sport
4x4 Unlimited, pentastar V6,
automatic, aluminum wheels,
cd, power windows, power
locks, tilt & cruise, certified
w/110 pt inspection, balance
of limited factory warranty,
stock# B8126 $24,970. Call
Tom Edwards Chrysler
Dodge Jeep at 863-533-
0793.



=-1-'oo. very
nice truck. Low miles 93,000.
Guaranteed credit approval.
Price to sell $6995. Family
Auto. 863-679-7888.



Hallmar enclose trailer.
24ff long 8ff wide, & 8ff high.
$4500. Call 863-699-9701.
7260 AUTOS WANTED
AlFirAtos Bought with or with-
out title any condition, year,
make or model. We pay up to
$20,000 and offer free towing
call:813-516-0847

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7333 MISC. BOATS
JON BOAT, 14ft. 6hp John-
son w/ galvanized trailer. 28#
thurst trolling motor. Live well.
$1200 Call 863-899-2648.
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$11,880. Now $10,999. Sav-
ing 5881. New 2014 Viking
Pop Up camper made
exclusively for Camping
World. Come by and check it
out! Call 866-906-9755 or
visit us online at
www.campingworldofbar-
tow.com



Stock# 2013 1C.', 99.
Pre- Owned 2004 Sun Val-
ley Sun Lite M955SD Truck
Camper. Call 866-906-
9755 or visit us online at
www.campingworldofbartow.c
om.


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TRAVELTRAILERS




Sto Was
$37,599 Now $31,995. Sav-
ing 55,604. New 2013 Star-
craft Autumn Ridge
346RESA Travel Trailer. Pre-
mier package -includes fire-
place and free standing table
w/4 chairs. Call 866-906-
9755 or visit us online at
www.campingworldof bar-
tow.com




StockO 9 281 .4is",
Pre-Owned 1997 Fleetwood
Terry 27 travel trailer. Call
866-906-9755 or visit us
online at www.campingworld-
ofbartow.com.

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Stock# 49 2. Was
$35,985 Now $29,999. Sav-
ing 55,986. New 2014 Key-
stone Premier 22RB Travel
Trailer. Options include 8 cu ft
refrigerator and 15k BTU AC.
Call 866-906-9755 or visit
us online at www.camping-
worldofbartow.com




Stock# 647 as $75,230.
Now $45,995. Saving
$29,235. New 2012 Key-
stone Vizion 3544 Fifth
Wheel. Dual A/C's. Call 866-
906-9755 or visit us online
at www.campingworldof-
bartow.com




Stoc il 2. Was
$48,199. Now $39,995. Sav-
ing $8,204. New 2013'
Dutchmen Rubicon 2900
Travel Trailer Toyhauler. 4k
generator, 15k BTU A/C,
Happi-Jac bed/sofa system,
rear screen wall, PLUS! Call
866-906-9755 or visit us
online at www.camping-
worldofbartow.com


Maximum strength
analgesic creme for
temporary relief from:
Joint and Muscle
soreness
Arthritis
Back aches


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Stock. 7349TA. Was
$58,745. Now $48,495. Sav-
ing $10,250. Pre-Owned
2006 Winnebago View 23H
Class B Plus. Bunk over cab,
convection/rnmicrowave,electric
patio awning. Call 866-906-
9755 or visit us online at
www.campingworldofbar-
tow.com


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$29,000. Now S21,995. Sav`-
ing $7,005. Pre-owned
2011 Forest River Rock-
wood 8306SS Travel Trail-
er. Bunks, front island bed and
hide-a-bed sofa.Call 866-,
906-975.5-ornvirti us online
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Stoco' W.,"Was
$32.995. Now $29,995. Sav-
ing $3,000.. Preo- Owned
2011 K6Z Durango 305HB
Fifth Wheel. 2 slide outs,
patio awning and power 5th
wheel' jack. Call '866906-
9755 or visit us online at
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