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DOT is considering widening US 27


No need to be concerned just yet
about detours, lane closures and access
being cut off to businesses on U.S. 27.
Actually it will probably be several
years before construction begins on
widening 27 to six lanes from the
Highlands County line to State Road 60.
The Florida Department of
Transportation wants to receive public
input on the proposed project.
DOT held an open house last week


at Warner University to give people an
opportunity to learn more about the
widening of the 18.8-mile stretch of
road.
There was a video and several dis-
plays. DOT had representatives there to
answer questions.
The purpose of the proposed project
is to provide additional lanes to meet
growing travel demand and enhance
regional freight mobility. The additional


lanes will improve safety and will
move traffic more safely during an
evacuation.
It is the only stretch of U.S. 27 in Polk
County that either is not currently six
lanes, or planned to be six lanes, within
the next five years. There are currently
widening projects going on north of
Interstate 4 to the county line.
In 2012, according to DOT,-the
average daily traffic that traveled this


segment of 27 ranged from 15,000 ve-
hicles near U.S. 98 to more than 25,000
vehicles near 60, with trucks making up
about 20 percent of the traffic.
The average traffic volumes are
predicted to increase between 33,600
and 51,000 vehicles daily by 2035.
It is unclear as to when work could
begin because the project is not in
WIDEN 110


Bulldogs on a roll


Man accused of stabbing

arrested in Dallas


Steven Mark Rios, who witnesses
stated repeatedly stabbed an uniden-
trified black man on Sept. 21, has been
located and arrested in Dallas, Texas,
without incident. On Sept. 23 at approx-
imately 8:47 p.m. Central Time, with the
assistance of the Tampa Bay Regional
Operations Center Florida Department
of Law Enforcement and the United
States Marshals North Texas Fugitive
Task Force, Rios was arrested. At the
time of the arrest Rios' 2010 Hyundai
Sonata was secured as part of the
investigation.
Rios was seen by two people who
reported witnessing a violent stab-
bing on Sept. 21 at 323 Townsend
Ave., Lake Wales. The witnesses told
police at about 10:40 p.m. on Sept. 21
they observed Steven M. Rios, 24,
of Frostproof, violently attackk and
repeatedly stab an unidentified black -
man. The witnesses stated Rios and
the unidentified man were together
earlier in the evening and seemed to
be getting along. Witnesses told Lake
Wales police they did not know what
prompted the attack.
Lake Wales detectives obtained an
arrest warrant for Rios for two counts of
tampering with witnesses. Rios has an
extensive criminal history.
Police were told Rios and the un-
identified man exited Rios' vehicle and
shortly after got into an altercation.


Witnesses told po-
lice Rios began to
stab the unidenti-
fied man and they
heard the man
yelling for help
as he was being
stabbed. When
the witnesses
attempted to stop.
the attack, they PHOTO FROM LWPD
were met with vna Rios
fierce opposition StevenhMark Rios
by Rios. Rios
threatened to harm the witnesses if the
did not back away from the scene and
threatened them by saying they better
not call the police or else.
According to witnesses, when Rios
stopped the attack the unidentified
man was no longer moving and Rios
pulled the man to his vehicle. Rios was
seen putting the unidentified man in
his gray 2010 Hyundai Sonata, Florida
license plate 114 NBA.
The witnesses were in fear of Rios
after he made, what they believed to be,
a credible threat toward them and not-
ed that as the reason for their delayed
Sept. 22 reporting of the incident.
Lake Wales Police Sgt. Nick Crosby
and Detective Alvin Maultsby have
flown to Dallas to continue the
investigation.
STABBING 110


PHOTO BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
Frostproofs Cecil Cherry steamrolls this defender during action last Friday as the Bulldogs easily
defeated Bishop McLaughlin in the Class 3A, District 4 opener for both teams. It was the fourth
straight win to open the season for Frostproof, but the road gets tougher this week when they
travel to Hardee before returning home Oct. 5 to host district favorite Tampa Catholic.
More coverage on page 12.


Mainstreet

Lake Wales


Inside Today


4-0, so far
Bulldogs
schedule gets
tougher



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All mail delivery starting Oct. 2
Readers of the FrostproofNews who normally have their newspaper hand
delivered onWednesday will see a change starting with the Oct. 2 issue.
From that point forward, all delivery of the News will be done by mail.
Many News subscribers currently get mail delivery of their paper.
The change doesn't affect the publishing date, the News will continue
to publish everyWednesday, and will not affect the delivery date either, as
the paper should be included with your regular Wednesday main delivery,
according to publisher James Gouvellis.
For subscribers that have any questions, please contact the News'
circulation office in Lake Wales at 863-676-3467.


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Page 2 The News Wednesday, September 25,2013


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.


PCSO robbery investigation seeks public's help


At approximately 3:05 a.m. on
Monday, Sept. 23, a witness observed
two black males walking on the south
side of the Kangaroo convenience store,
14581 U.S. Highway in Lake Wales.
The subjects walked into the store
where they approached the store clerk
and demanded money. Both suspects
were armed and fled the store with an
undisclosed amount of cash from the
store register.
One male was approximately 6 feet
tall with a thin build wearing a black
T-shirt over his face and black pants
or shorts, police reported. The second
male was wearing a white shirt, black
shorts and white tennis shoes.
The clerk was unharmed, police
report.
The Polk County Sheriff's Office
Robbery detectives are asking for the
public's help in a robbery investigation.
Anyone with information about this in-
vestigation is urged to contact Detective
Kevin Smith at 863-298-6200.

Found identifications
taken to LWPD
Complainant came to the Lake Wales
Police Department on Sept. 18 turned
in a found plastic bag containing
several Identification cards and other


miscellaneous cards. He reported he
found the property near McLaughlin
Middle School. The owner of the prop'-
erty could not be located.
The property was turned in to proper-
ty and evidence.

Simple battery
involves juveniles
A Lake Wales Police officer responded
to 504 S. Fourth St., in reference to
battery on Sept. 18.
The officer met with several juveniles.
One juvenile told police on her way
home from McLaughlin another juve-
nile struck her in the head. The juvenile
said she tried to walk away from the
altercation when she was struck by the
other juvenile. A waiver of prosecution
was signed.

Baker Act invoked
during verbal dispute
SLt. David Black was patrolling in the
downtown area near 140 E. Park Ave.,
and found a couple involved in a verbal
dispute Sept. 18.
Black intervened to assist the couple
in resolving their issues. The female
became irate and began violently
banging her head into a brick wall. She


was taken into protective custody and
transported to Peace River in Bartow for
evaluation.

Retail theft at
Lake Wales Walmart
,Kelly Brennan and Hannah Kotzen
were arrested for retail theft at Walmart
on State Road 60 on Sept. 18.
Both selected hoodie-style jackets
and removed the tags from the jackets,
police reported. Both put the jackets
on and exited the store without making
any attempt to pay for the jackets, the
report said.
Both were issued an NTA and released
from the scene.

Attempted burglary,
probation violation,
prowling brings arrest
Officers responded to 340 E. Polk Ave.,
to a burglary. Police were told a suspect
named James Toombs had unlawfully
attempted to enter the victim's apart-
ment. The suspect fled in a red Chrysler
PT Cruiser. The suspect was wearing
light/tan colored shorts and an white
T-shirt.
Several minutes after arriving on
scene, Lt. David Black noticed a black


male matching the description to the
suspect. At that time, another officer
left the scene to assist him in making
contact with the suspect. Upon sight
of a department-issued marked police
vehicle, the suspect fled the area on
foot, first headed southbound on Third
Street then eastbound near the fence
line between the garden apartments
and Lake Wales Villas.
Within moments, the suspect was
located and placed under arrest. James
Toombs was charged with attempted
burglary, violation of probation, and
loitering and prowling. He was arrested
and transported to the county jail
without further incident.

Sears retail theft
On Sept. 20, LWPD officers responded
to the Eagle Ridge Mall regarding a
retail theft that occurred in Sears.
Three juveniles had left the store after
taking merchandise without paying
for it. The subjects were located in the
Fun Zone at the other end of the mall
and taken into custody. All three were
siblings and a parent arrived a short
time later. Handwritten affidavits were
completed and the three were released
to a parent with a court date. The Sears
merchandise'was recovered.


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By BILL ROGERS
BROGERS@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
The Lake Wales Police Department
has two new faces to greet the public,
keep track of records and direct visitors
to where they need to go.
Kim Fairbanks and Angle Harmon
began working as records clerks for the
department the first week of September.
A native of Lake Wales, Fairbanks is
a 1989 graduate of Lake Wales High
School.
Her ex-husband was in the U.S. Air
Force. She began working on a bach-
elor's degree in psychology while in
England and completed it at Angelo
State University in Texas.


PHOTO BY BILL ROGERS
Angle Harmon, left, and Kimn Fairbanks began
working at the Lake Wales Police Department
on Sept. 3.


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In addition to working on a base in
England, Fairbanks worked on bases in
Japan, Azores and Texas.
She came back to Lake Wales because
she wanted her two sons to be around
family. Her mother lives in Lake Wales.
"I wanted my son to go to the same
high school for four years," she said.
Fairbanks likes .to do scrapbooking
during her free time.
Harmon was born and raised in
Thomasville, Ga. She is a 1989 high
school graduate.
She moved to Florida in 1997
and came to Lake Wales with her
ex-husband.
Harmon worked for 1 years as a
receptionist at Bok Tower Gardens and
has worked in retail.
She also studied medical office proce-
dures at Sullivan and Cogliano Training
Center in Miami.
Harmon, who has a grown son and a
daughter and five grandchildren, remar-
ried in 2005.
In her spare time, Harmon enjoys
being with her family.
"Family time is very important," she
said.
The records department is open from
7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The women alternate shifts with the
early one being 7-4 and the other 9-6.
Sgt. Joseph Van Blarcom said Harmon
and Fairbanks have caught on quickly.
"They are doing great for having no
background with Florida records," he
said.


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Highlanders hope to keep rolling at Haines City
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Wales looks to get healthier as non-district schedule rolls on


By DENNIS LATTA
SPORTS CORRESPONDENT
The Lake Wales WalkingWounded travel
up U.S. Highway 27 to Haines City Friday
night to step outside their district for a
football game.
Coming off a 55-0 rout of Mulberry last
Friday, the Highlanders are just trying to
hold their roster together until some of the
injured can return. LWHS had just 31 play-
ers dressed for Mulberry and the number
might not be any higher for Haines City.
"We have only 35 on varsity," noted
coach Rod Shafer. "We have 70 on the JV
We could bring more up to varsity but
those JVkids need some time."
Quarterback Railond Garrett should be
available this week. According to Shafer,
Garrett hit his hand on a helmet when
making a pass three weeks ago against
Jenkins and has had trouble holding onto


the ball.
In his stead against Mulberry, senior
Ryan Marrell got the start and did a very
nice job, going five-for-five passing for
85 yards.
Definitely out for at least a few more
weeks is wide receiver Marcus Walker. The
junior speedster suffered a fractured ankle
and is not expected to return for over a
month.
"That hurt us a bunch," Shafer
pointed out.
Haines City is 2-2. Last Friday it lost
to Lakeland 39-18 but two weeks ago it
played Tenoroc from the same district as
Lake Wales and won 62-0.
The Highlanders are 2-2. Lake Wales
and Auburndale are 1-0 in Class 5A,
District 10. Tenoroc and Mulberry are 0-1
and Poinciana has not played a district
game. After the Haines City game, LWHS
returns to district for a game at Poinciana.


Shafer saw some positives in the
lopsided win over Mulberry. The Panthers
had just two first downs in the game, and
one of those came on a penalty.
"They are obviously going through a
tough time," Shafter stated. "It was good
for us because we got to play all the kids.
When you are supposed to win, it is a
good thing when you do win. When you
.are already 14 points up before you evef
run an offensive series, that's a real boost."
The Highlanders ran the opening kick-
off for a touchdown and then returned a
, fumble for a short touchdown for a 14-0
lead just two minutes into the game.
"It is probably good that we're out of


district," Shafer said. "Some of these kids
who are hurt can get an extra week to heal
rather than take a chance of getting them
hurt again."
While it was obvious that the Highlanders
were bigger, faster and generally better than
Mulberry, Shafer also thought that some
adjustments they made had an impact
"We changed our defense this past
week. It was a step in the right direction.
I thought we looked pretty good on
defense," he added.
LWHS will go into the Haines City game
with a simple plan.
"We've got to control the ball We've got
to control them," Shaffer claimed.


THIS WEEK
Lake Wales at Haines City
WHEN: Friday night, 7 p.m. at Joe Stangry Stadium
RECORDS: Both teams are 2-2 overall, Lake Wales is 1-0 in Class 5A district play, while Haines City is 0-1 in Class 7A.
WHATTO KNOW ABOUT HAINES CITY: Hornets come in aflera 38-19 loss to area power Lakeland, certainly a
respectable showing. In fact, they were within a touchdown and two-point conversion with eight minutes to play in the
g9ne. There arenice offensive weapons, starting with Dacorius Law and Derwin James, who had TD grabs of 38 and 64
yards in the loss. Lakeland Coach Bill Castle called both "big-time athletes'and he's right James has committed to Florida
State. Quarterback Ryan Pynes is a capable passer. Ron Johnson is in his first year as Haines City coach.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT LAKE WALES: Coach Rod Shafer won't necessarily use all his big guns, preferring to get
kids healthier for distinct and playoff games to come. But that doesn't mean Highlanders still won't have a lot of talent on
the field. Justin Henderson has emerged as the go-to back. QB Ryan Marrell got important and good minutes in lasi week
against Mulberry as regular starter Railond Garrett continued to nurse a hand injury. Baring something unforeseen, Shafer
expects Garrett to suit up this week.
THE SKINNY: The Hornets talent has started to catch up with the size of their student body. More than 100 kids report-
edly came out for football this year. Last year's record was just 1-9, so they've already won more games this year than all of
2012. The addition of James,a transfer, in and of itself significantly raised the talent level. This will probably be one of Lake
Wales' better tests this week to see where they are. Hornets aren't nearly Mainland, but they aren't nearly Mulberry either.

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013












VIEWPOINT


Polk's


boast: predators not welcome here


Last week's Polk CountyTiger Bay Club meeting, at
which State Attorney Jerry Hill was the featured guest, was
one of the organization's most interesting yet.
Hill, carefully staying within the bounds of not trying to
tell Polk's cities how to do their jobs, made it clear that in
his opinion, it is past time for a change in leadership in the
Lakeland Police Department He is correct.
The LPD scandal has few precedents in Polk County's
political history
Lakeland's government has dug in its heels in defense of
the status quo in the police department It is still waiting to
figure out what happened.
Reading newspaper accounts or watching TV reports
would solve the mystery, but only the other 599,990 or
so of Polk County's approximately 600,000 citizens have


Our Viewpoint
chosen that option. Lakeland's political leadership has
insulated itself from these revelations.
Nothing we can say will open their eyes.
Another question fielded by Hill is of perhaps greater
importance to the rest of Polk County.
An inquiry submitted from the audience questioned the
effectiveness or propriety of Sheriff Grady Judd's propen-
sity for highly publicized online stings to attract and arrest
sexual predators who take the bait from sheriff's deputies
who represent themselves as pre-adolescents ripe for
sexual encounters.
Hill's response was that the sexual predator stings are


drawing proportionately more out-of-state perps and
fewer Polk, Hillsborough and Orange county predators.
Our neighbors are getting the word: keep out
And that, to Hill, is goodnews.
Indeed, Polk County has staked out its claim as an island
of sorts in a sea of sexual misconduct.
Major highways passing though Polk are dotted with
establishments catering to the "adult business" trade just
beyond the county line, Hill said.
But Polk is establishing itself as an oasis which rejects
online moral turpitude.
Is Imperial Polk swimming upstream against the flow of
conduct that your parents taught you was wrong? Perhaps.
If so, we can only say: keep swimming, Grady; most of
Polk County is behind you.


Letters to the editor


All types of opinion on this page


Editor:
I want to take a moment to extend my
heartfelt thanks to this newspaper for
providing a forum for even the most outra-
geous views; it doesn't matter how far-out
("BarackObamaIS anAmericarn!l"), misin-
formed ("There's no widespread, endemic
voter fraud!"), or politically naive ("The
Republican party has the best interests
ofcommonAmerican people at heart!"),
there's always space on the editorial page
for a citizen to responsibly express his or
her outlook, based on only the most neutral


and totally factual resources (Fox News,
WorldNet Daily, Alex Jones, etc.).
I'm anxiously awaiting full coverage
of the landing of "Obama's" Martian
family, as well as the triumphant defeat
of his odious health care law, which our
proud Republicans have valiantly tried
to vote down nearly 50 times now.
Here's to Truth, Justice, and The
American Way!
JeffGoff
Bartow


What did they teach?

Editor: who have done such a poor job? When
As far as Rebecca Sedwick goes, the we reared our children we tried to teach
tormentors will have to live with their.. by example. How about these parents?
dreadful sin forever but how can you What did they teach?
explain or understand their parents John Paulens Semple


Academe's money tree


Like baby birds with yawning beaks,
college football fans clamor to be
fed. So fasten the chin strap on your
helmet ignore the warning label on
it ("No helmet system can protect you
from serious brain and/or neck injuries
including paralysis or death. To avoid
these risks, do not engage in the sport
of football.") and enjoy the seasonal
festival of physical carnage, institutional
derangement and moral seaminess.
LSU offensive tackle Josh Williford,
22, will, however, leave his helmet off,
having just retired rather than risk
another concussion. A third concussion
triples the risk of clinical depression
for those with no prior symptoms, and
autopsies performed on 334 deceased
NFL players "found that they were
three times more likely than the general
population to suffer from neurodegen-
erative diseases such as Alzheimer's and
ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease)." These fig-
ures are from a Wall Street Journal essay
defending football from critics. These
critics must admit that big-time college
football, although a peculiar appendage
of institutions of higher learning, is at
least adding to our knowledge of brains
by fueling studies of chronic traumatic


George Will



George Will can be contacted at
georgeivill 'a, aspoit.coam


encephalopathy (CTE), the cumulative
effect of repeated small "subconcussive"
blows to the head.
Football's doughty defenders note
that other recreational activities, such
as bicycling, injure more participants.
But only in football is long-term injury
the result not of accidents but of the
game played properly, meaning within
the rules. Rules could be changed by, for
example, eliminating kickoffs with their
high-velocity collisions and barring the
three-point stance whereby linemen
Begin each play with their heads down
and helmet-to-helmet collisions are
likely. But such changes could be made
only over the dead bodies of fans who
relish mayhem from safe distances.
The broadcast and cable


organizations that pay billions for
the rights to televise football have
an incentive to not call attention to
health problems. Gushers of money are
generated by football's amateurs, who
enable other people to get richwhile
getting fired.
Gregg Easterbrook, an intelligent
journalist who nevertheless loves
football, has a new book ("The King of
Sports: Football's Impact on America")
that is hardly a love letter. '"At many
big-college sports programs," he writes,
"the athletic department is structured
as an independent organization that
leases campus space and school logos,
then operates a tax-exempt business
over which the school's president and
board of trustees have little control."
Easterbrook notes that when Auburn
won the 2010 national championship,
its net football income was $37 million,
just a bit less than the $43 million of
that season's NFL champion, the Green
Bay Packers. Auburn's head coach, Gene
Chizik, was paid $3.5 million that year
(in most states, the highest paid person
on the public payroll is a university
coach), a sum justified because, said
Auburn's $600,000 athletic director,


"Coach Chizik is a great mentor to our
student-athletes.".
Two years later, Chizik's mentoring
greatness counted for less than his
3-9 record. He was fired, the blow
cushioned by a $7.5 million buyout,
more than the approximately $5 million
Auburn had paid to buy out Chizik's
predecessor. In 2012, the University of
Tennessee fired its losing coach with a
millionn severance and the athletic
department (annual revenue, more
than $70 million) was given a three-year
exemption from its annual $6 million
contribution to the university's aca-
demic side. In 2011, Michigan paid
$1 million to San Diego State University
so Michigan could hire SDSU's coach,
paying him $3.3 million (plus up to
$500,000 in bonuses for victories) to re-
place the fired coach to whom Michigan
had paid a $2.5 million severance. That
was the same sum Michigan had paid in
a buyout to pry the coach it was firing
away from West Virginia. In 2011, Texas
Tech gave its head coach a $500,000
raise while freezing faculty salaries.
Payoffs can be financed by selling

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everything, including the naming rights
to football positions. The 2007 North
Carolina State media guide thanked
people for scholarshipi endowments,"
including the "Ed 'Scooter' Mooney
Nose Guard Scholarship," the "Longley
Family Punter Scholarship" and
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dealing with recruits: "An institution
may provide fruit, nuts and bagels to a
student-athlete at any time." Cookies?
See the relevant regulation. In 2008,
Easterbrook notes, the Raleigh News &
Observer "reported that University of
North Carolina football and men's bas-
ketball players were enrolled in email
Swahili 'courses' that had no instructors
and never met and always led to A's."
There was, however, no evidence of
cookie corruption.
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Washington Post. Readers may reach
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By CATHY PALMER
CORRESPONDENT
A trip to the Polk County School
District's Exceptional Student
Education conference three years ago
changed the life of a north Lakeland
woman and her 12-year-old disabled
daughter forever.
At the time, Colissa Clark had her
hands full dealing with her then
10-year-old adopted daughter Shelby,
who was born missing a critical
chromosome and also suffered the
effects of fetal alcohol and drug
syndrome. This disability left Shelby
subject to bouts of erratic behavior,
fits of screaming, wandering off and
an inability to control her every
movement.
"It was a constant trial to say the
least," Clark explained at Saturday's
third annual ESE Conference at Lake
Region High School in Eagle Lake.
But on Saturday, Shelby sat quietly
or walked calmly through the crowd
of nearly 300 parents, teachers and
students, only asking her mom, "Can
I eat my cookie now?"
Clark replied off-handedly, "No,
not now. After lunch." Shelby nodded
and took a seat next to her mom.
Shelby didn't sit alone. She sat with
her best friend Liesl.
Clark, with an ever vigilant eye on
Shelby, told how that day three years
ago changed her life.
"I came to see what I could find
to help Shelby learn and came
away changed," she relayed. At the
conference, she met Cyndi Reina of
Southland Dog Training in Lakeland.
Reina told her how dogs can make
a difference in children with special
needs and can be trained to help not
only the child, but the entire family.
Clark went home with that infor-
mation thinking it may be something
to consider, but since the family's
Labradoodle was terrified of Shelby
due to her uncontrolled outbursts,
she wasn't sure another dog could
help.
An incident a few weeks later had
Clark on the phone with Reina.
"Shelby got up during the night
and wandered outside. She had man-
aged to unlock the deadbolts we had
installed, and took off at four in the
morning. We were terrified, called
the police and launched a search.
Luckily, we found her at a neighbor's
house a few hours later. I knew then
we had to do something else."
The conversation with Reina start-
ed Clark on another search. To find
a dog that could cope with Shelby's
shrieking and erratic behavior.
Reina's company does companion
dog training, among other training,
so Clark and Reina began looking for
a dog that had the temperament to
deal with such a child.
"Dogs that are already trained as
companions are terribly expensive,"
Clark explained, "Some cost as
much as $10,000, which was totally
out of the question. So, having a
dog trained at home by Southland
seemed more manageable."
Their search was short-lived. A
neighbor's German Shepherd had
recently had a litter and Clark took
Shelby to see them. At only eight
weeks old, they were too young for
real evaluation, but Reina went to
take a look anyway.
As Clark explained, the puppies
were cowering close to their mom,


PHOTO BY CATHY PALMER
Colissa Clark of Lakeland (standing) explains
how Liesi has helped her daughter Shelby cope
with her disability.

all except one. The one Shelby was
holding while emitting hair-raising
shrieks appeared to be unphased by
her erratic vocalizations.
"We knew we had a keeper then,"
Clark said. They took Liesl home.
Liesl's training began. And so did
Shelby's new life. As Reina worked
with Liesl, Shelby somehow did too.
She was calmer when Liesl was with
her, her mother says.
Clark says pre-Lies! mornings were
horrendous, with Shelby acting out,
yelling and fighting against getting
up and going to school.
"Now, I just send Liesl in to wake
her and she gets up, gets dressed and
is ready for school," she said.
Shelby attends Lake Gibson Middle
School in a self-contained classroom
with other exceptional students.
"It's been an incredible change in
all of us," Clark says. "Before Liesl,
we would go to the mall or Walmart
and people would stare, at Shelby
and keep their distance since she is
obviously different. Not any more.
People see her with Liesl and will
come up to her and talk with her
about her dog. She's a different child
now. Shelby knows she's different
from other kids, but she's learned
how to interact with people through
Liesl, she's more comfortable with
them and much more at ease in
social situations."
Throughout most of this conver-
sation, Shelby has sat quietly with
Liesl's leash in her hand and her
2-year-old companion lolling along-
side. She occasionally got up and
interacted with other children with
Liesl at her side. "It's amazing how
she is with Liesl," Clark says.
Liesl's training, while already
life-changing for the 12-year-old,
has really barely begun, according to
Clark. She's learning to track now.
"Shelby still tends to wander off,"
Clark says, "So Cyndi is teaching her
how to track Shelby and me."
She explained: "If we go to the
store and Shelby wanders off without
Liesl, or she takes off at home, I will
be able to just say 'find Shelby' and
she will. Or if Shelby wanders off
with her, all she'll have to say is 'find
mom' and Liesl will find me."
It seems the Clarks have already
found something special. They found
Liesl and Southland. And Colissa and
Shelby have both found some peace.


Wednesday, September 25,2013


The News Page 5








OBITUARIES


Sara Ellen Cromwell


Jaymie Malone


Sara Ellen
Cromwell, 91, of
Lake Wales passed
away Friday,
Sept. 20,2013, at
the Lake Wales
Medical Center.
Sara was
born Feb. 13, ,
1922, in South .
Huntingdon,
Pa., to the late
Seymour and Sara Ellen Cromwell
Susie (Rhodes) Webb.
Sara has been a resident of the Lake
Wales area for 2 V years moving here
from McConnellsburg, Pa. Sara was a
devoted Christian, a member of the
ChristianWomen's connection, attended
Community Baptist, loved her family and
especially her grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her


William "Frank' Martin, 97, formerly of
LakeWales, passed awayAug. 15,2013 in
Saluda,S.C.
Born in Randolph County, Ga., he was
a son of the late John William and Sarah
Octava Terry Martin. Mr. Martin was a U.S.
Arfmy veteran of WorldWar II. He was re-
tired from the United States Postal Service
and was a member of the Red Bank Baptist
Church.
Surviving are his wife, Lucy Mae
Duffie Martin; sons, Raymond (Karen)
Martin of Lake Wales and Franklin "Bo"
(Nancy) Martin of Lubbock, Texas;
daughters, Estelle (Larry) Sullivan of


husband, Lewis Dean Cromwell, four
years ago; brother, Bob Webb; and grand-
son, Larry Franco.
Survivors include her son, Joseph
Frederick and wife Mary Ann Franco of
Lake Wales; two grandchildren, Michelle
Franco Cleghomrn of Afghanistan and
LakeWales; a granddaughter-in-law, Tina
Franco (wife of Larry) of McConnellsburg;
three great-grandchildren, Zackary
Johnson of LakeWales, Fla., Jessica
Franco of Medina, and Anthony Franco
of Medina, Ohio; great-great-grandchild,
Ryder Seiders of McConnellsburg; two
step-grandchildren, Melissa Seiders of
McConnellsburg, and Megan Skiles of
York, Pa.
SNo services are scheduled at this
time. Marion Nelson Funeral Home
of Lake Wales handling arrangements.
Condolences may be sent to the family at
www.marionnelsonfuneralhome.com.


Frostproof, Patricia (Cally) Harmon of
Saluda, S.C., and Amy (Sam) Hart of
Winter Haven, Fla.; brother, Joe Martin
of Lake Wales; 15 grandchildren; and
21 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a sister,
Sara Heath; a brother, JohnnyMartin; and
a daughter-in-law, Ruth Ann Frye Martin.
Graveside services were held Aug. 20,
2013, at Red Bank Baptist Church
Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Red
Bank Baptist Church, 309 E. Church St.,
Saluda, SC 29138.
Ramey Funeral Home of Saluda, S.C.,
assisted the family.


U.S. 27 store site of armed robbery


Polk County Sheriff's Office Robbery
detectives are asking for the public's help
in a robbery investigation.
At approximately 3:05 a.m., on Monday,
Sept. 23, a witness observed two black
males walking on the south side of the
Kangaroo convenience store located
at 14581 U.S. Highway 27 Lake Wales,
according to reports.
Detectives say one of the males was
approximately 6 feet tall, thin build
wearing a black T-shirt over his face and
black pants or shorts. The second male
was wearing a white shirt, black shorts
and white tennis shoes.,
The subjects then walked into the store
where they approached the store clerk
and demanded money, reports note,
adding that both suspects were armed
and fled the store with an undisclosed
amount of cash from the store register.
The clerk was unharmed.
Anyone with information about this
investigation is urged to contact Detective
Kevin Smith at 863-298-6200.


Mrs. Jaymie
Malone, 59, of
Babson Park, Fla.,
died unexpectedly
of acute promy-
elocytic leukemia
Friday Sept. 20, C ada
2013, at Tampa
General Hospital.
Jaymie was bom
on Oct. 20, 1953,
in Bellefonte, Pa.
to Harold and Jaymie Malone
Evelynne Doran, and moved to LakeWales
37 years ago from Boalsburg, Pa. She was
a'graduate of State College High School
in Pennsylvania and a 1973 graduate
ofWebber College in Babson Park She
served as the financial secretary for the
Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd
in Lake Wales, where her innate organiza-
tional abilities were always appreciated.
She expressed her~love of music through
her enthusiastic participation in the
Ridge Ringers Handbell Choir and Lake
Wales Chorale. She was also a member


Jeanie Jahna

Jeanie Jahna of Lake Wales, Fla.,
passed away on Sept. 10, 2013. She was
88. Oak Ridge Funeral Care in Haines
City is in charge of arrangements.


of the Babson ParkWomarn's Club, and a
steadfast parishioner of the Babson Park
Community Church. She was a devoted
wife for 37 years and a beloved mother
who lived her life with grace and kindness
to all who had the privilege of knowing
her.
Jaymrnie is survived by her husband'
Ronald Malone, daughter Amanda Maule
and husband Eric ofWilliamsburg, Va., her
sister Janiene Pigott and husband Andrew
of Boalsburg, and her brother Rodger
Doran of Easton, Pa.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 25,2013, at the
Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd
with Rev. Tom Seitz and Dr. Joe Mattox
officiating. Further services will be held in
State College at the Koch Funeral Home
prior to interment alongside her parents
at Boalsburg Cemetery.
Memorials of remembrance maybe
made to Babson Park Community Church,
PO. Box 131 Babson Park, FL 33827.
Johnson Funeral Home, Lake Wales is in
charge of arrangements.

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By CATHY PALMER
Correspondent


I Some six or eight
miles east of LakeWales
on State Road 60 is an
unassuming building,
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but big on history and
flavor. I
JayBee's Restau- (left to right) Stacy Cavanaugh, Ashleigh Morgan,
rant and Lounge has managerandpartowner,andTamiWatt.
been in place at 8625
SR 60 East since 1989, more or less, according to
manager Ashleigh Morgan.
Ashleigh says her grandparentsJim and Barb Getson
started the restaurant back then and ran it successfully
until a tragic fire burned it to the ground in 1999.
"But my mom (Belinda Malone) kept it going
temporarily at Nalcrest and we rebuilt here in 2005,"
she explains.
SWhile the physical location may have changed,
the menu and quality of the food served hasn't.
"We've kept the same menu and offer the best
family style food available,"' Ashleigh says. JayBee's
also has a full-service bar and liquor service.
But the food is the draw, the manager says. "and
the service."
The menu features standard American cuisine,
including sandwiches, salads and dinners.
The most popular item at lunchtime, she says,
is the Flintburger, a large hamburger with bacon and
cheese which is offered at $7.29 with French Fries,
chips or cole slaw. When asked about some of the
names on the menu: Camp Mack (a rib eye steak
sandwich), the Gravely chicken wrap, the Saddlebag-
ger (a cheeseburger with grilled onions, mushrooms
and cheese), Ashleigh explains they are all named
for communities, developments or fish camps nearby
There's even a Latt Maxcy, named for a nearby ranch.
Sandwichesrun from $5.29 to $7:29, salads are
from $2.50 for a small side to $9.99 for a steak Caesar.
Dinners cost from $7.99 to $15.99 and are served
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Dinner specials like pork chops and liver and onions
are popular with most of the clientele, Ashleigh adds.


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"One thing becoming popular is a relatively new
addition to the menu is frog legs," she says, "and our
salads are very popular with the lunch crowd."
A variety of desserts are also available from $2 to
$4.50 with the home-made coconut cream pie topping
the popularity list.
The lounge features popular mixed drinks, and
has a variety of domestic beers on tap. Yellow Tail and
Berringer wines are featured by the house, according
to Ashleigh. Draft 'beer is available for $1.75 a mug,
wines are $4.25 a glass with cocktails starting at $4.
Even though the restaurant can seat 150, Ash-
leigh says there are times when its standing room
only "When the winter visitors are here, sometimes
you may have to wait for a table," she explains. "But
most of the time, there's no waiting."
Ashleigh also says many of her lunch customers
are workers from the nearby ranches, a large citrus
plant and nearby developments. "We've got lots of
local support," she adds, "that keeps us going in the
summers when its much slower."
"We pride ourselves on our family atmosphere
and the fact that we're family owned and operated,"
Ashleigh maintains. "Some of our staff have been
with us since my grandparents opened the doors in
1989. They really have gotten to know our regular
customers and that kind of welcoming makes people
comfortable here and feel at home."
The restaurant staff hovers around 16, with Ash-
leigh handling the front of the house and her mom
Belinda in charge of the kitchen.
"We have kept the best recipes from my grand-
parents time and have updated some as well,", she
says. "But regardless, its all good."
The restaurant is open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday
through Thursday and from 11 a.m. To 9 p.m. Friday
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Inaugural Latino Festival a huge draw

By STEVE STEINER
SSTEINER@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM

Although people of Hispanic heritage
make up the largest population base in
Haines City, it was not until this past
Saturday, Sept. 21, that Haines City
held its first-ever Latino Festival. City
officials estimate a crowd of nearly
7,000 turned out.


PHOTOS BY STEVE STEINER


From left, Veronica Lopez, Mario Anzucelde and Alycia Lopez, with
radio station WQXM, ready themselves for a fun day at the Latino
Festival. Veronica is an administrative assistant, Mario an engineer,
and Alycia an on-air personality.
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by children,
who would then
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Yard sale held to help Sedwick family


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

A fundraiser has been held for the
family of a 12-year-old girl who com-
mitted suicide after relentless bullying.
Peyton Carter held a yard sale
Saturday to raise money for Rebecca
Sedwick's family and raise awareness
about the effects of bullying.
"I just ask people to please stop bul-
lying because it hurts a lot of people,"
Carter said. "And I hear every day about
people self-harming and everything
else and I just want that to stop."
Carter attends Crystal Lake Middle
School, where deputies say the bullying
against Sedwick began. She didn't know


Sedwick very well, but worries for her
family.
"Families don't know that their child
is going to die this young. They don't
even have the money to put towards
that," Carter said.
Carter and her family sold everything
from clothes to lawn equipment. They
raised $600, all of which will go to
Sedwick's family.
"She was having a hard time dealing
with it and she keeps telling me she
wishes she would have done more. And
she feels like this is the more," Carter's
mother Strecia said.
Detectives say Sedwick was "terror-
ized" by as many as 15 girls who bullied


her through online message boards
and texts for months. Authorities say
they are investigating 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 Sheriff Grady Judd. He
said she talked of how depressed she
had become. Authorities say Sedwick
climbed a tower at an abandoned
concrete plant on Sept. 9 and hurled
herself to her death.
The fundraiser was one of several
that are being planned for Sedwick's
family.


Jennifer Barnes of Altered Ego Tattoo holds a
T-shirt for sale at the carwash fundraiser for
Rebecca Ann Sedwick at the 7-11 on U.S. 98 and
Daughter Road last weekend. Another fund-
raiser was held this past Saturday by a former
schoolmate of the 12-year-old.


Unemployment drops in Polk, in state


By JIM TURNER
THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA

The state's jobless ratedropped slightly
in August after three months standing
pat, even though the overall number
of Floridians with jobs has decreased.
In Polk County there was also a drop in
unemployment as it posted a figure of
8.4 percent in August compared to
8.7 percent in July.
Last August the unemployment rate in
Polk was 10.8 percent.
The August 7.0 percent unemployment
mark, announced Friday by the state
Department of Economic Opportunity,
is down from 7.1 percent in July and
represents the lowest rate since Florida
was at 7.0 percent in September 2008.
Politicians wasted little time putting
their spin on the figures.-
Gov. Rick Scott credited his tax and
regulation-reduction policies for the
latest unemployment rate, which
represents 656,000 jobless from a current
statewide workforce of 9.4 million.
"This is evidence that our pro-growth
and business-friendly policies are work-
ing," Scott said in a prepared statement.
Florida Democrats questioned the


praise Scott and other Republicans
heaped on the latest numbers, noting
that in August there were 4,700 fewer
workers than in July.
"No matter how the governor and his
GOP allies try to spin this, the reality is
that Florida's economy is stuck in neutral
thanks to Rick Scott," Florida Democratic
Party Chairwoman Allison Tant said in a
release.
Republican Party of Florida Chairman
Lenny Curry criticized Tant for ignoring
"all the facts" and said that in terms of
job creation and lowering unemploy-
ment Scott has "outperformed the rest of
the nation."
The RPOF also used the monthly
release to take another shot at long-ru-
mored potential Democratic guberna-
torial candidate Charlie Crist, a former
Republican.
The state GOP posted a video Friday
that focused on the state of unemploy-
ment when Crist left office, at the height
of the recent recession, and how Florida's
workforce has responded under Scott.
The 7.0 percent rate for August rep-
resents the sixth consecutive month that
Florida has been lower than the national
mark, which is now at 7.3 percent.


Last month, the Legislature's Office of
Economic and Demographic Research
released a study that credited a large
part of the drop in unemployment to
people dropping out of the workforce,
and noted that if the participation rate
hadn't changed since December 2011,
the state would have had an 8.2 percent
unemployment rate.
The Aug. 21 study, titled "Florida: An
Economic Overview," found that"
47.8 percent of the drop in the unem-
ployment rate is due to people dropping
out of the labor force or delaying
entrance."
The industries with the largest job
growth last month, according to the
Department of Economic Opportunity,
included wholesale trade, construction,
and arts, entertainment and recreation.
The biggest drops last month included
the fields of leisure and hospitality,
educational services, real estate, and
local and federal government.
Scott used the dedication of a
Northrop Grumman Corp. facility in
Melbourne to announce the August
employment numbers Friday.
The expansion, announced by the
company in March, is expected to bring


920 high-tech jobs to the Space Coast.
Figures for Polk County show in August
there was a workforce of 270,308 and
22,673 were looking for jobs. That
compares to the previous month's figures
of 270,321 in the workforce and 23,473
unemployed.
The Palm Bay-Melboumrne-Titusville
region has a 7.5 percent jobless rate,
down from 7.9 percent in July.
Across the state, Monroe County,
which includes the Florida Keys, contin-
ued to have the lowest jobless numbers,
at 4.0 percent, down from 4.2 percent in
July. Next lowest was Walton County, in
Flbrida's Panhandle, at 4.1 percent.
The agriculture-dependent Hendry
County in southwest Florida held the
highest rate in the state at 15.4 percent,
down from a 15.5 percent mark in August.
Flagler and St. Lucie counties were at
10.1 percent in August. Both were at
10.4 percent in July. Putnam County,
which was at 10 percent in July, fell to
-9.4 percent in August.
A year ago, 18 counties recorded unem-
ployment higher than 10.0 percent. This
month three counties topped 10 percent.
Polk County ranked 16th of the 67
counties with its unemployment rate.


Not all food vendors were serving Latin Amer-
ican favorites. Hervin Henry, of Prestige Jerk
Stop, holds aloft some Jamaican Jerk beef.


It was only 2 p.m., but (from left) Oralisa Crespon, Elexier Diaz, Adriel
Crespo and Julissa Crespo were some of the first arrivals at the inaugural
Latino Festival. The event was held at Lake Eva Park in Haines City.


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Wednesday, September 25,2013 The News Page 9


CALENDAR an.d I


* Wednesday, Sept. 25
Yoga at the Library in the Schoenoff
Meeting Room. Classes meet each Monday
andWednesday, 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. in the
Lake Wales Public Library Meeting Room.
Fees: $10 per class, $32 for four classes or
$60 for eight classes of instruction. Fees
maybe 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.
WackyWednesday, Snack Mix,
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.
Pickleball open to all from 11 a.m. to
1:30 p.m., at Kirkland Gymnasium, 409.
N. 3rd Street every Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Contact:
CarolYarbrough at 813-478-3801 for
more information.

N Thursday, Sept. 26
Thrilling Thursday, Beautiful
Attractions, 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
eReader Support Group for hands-on
assistance with the library's download-
able eBook collection, OverDrive. No
registration necessary. Bring eReader
and laptop. Kindle users should know
their Amazon.corn login and password.
Main lobby at 2:30 p.m.


* Friday, Sept. 27
Open Knitting & Crochet Group, free
and welcome to all fiber crafters with
some experience, very little instruction
provided. Participants in the free open
knitting and crochet group may not
attend the knitting or crochet classes
without paying the class fee. Open
knitting and crochet is held each Friday
night, 5:30 in the library's main lobby,
863-678-4004.
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"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. Audition Dates: August
5 and 6, 2013. Age Range: Kindergarten
to 9th Grade. Tickets Available at True
Value Hardware 863-676-7278.
Pickleball open to all at Kirkland
Gymnasium, 409 N. 3rd Street every
Wednesday, Friday.and Saturday from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Carol Yarbrough at
813-478-3801 for more information.
Fish fry every Friday, 6-8 p.m., B
Street Community Center.
LW Area Chamber Golf Challenge at
the Lake Wales Country Club, 2925 Hwy.
60 East, 11:30 a.m. registration and
box lunch. 1 p.m. shotgun start. Awards
reception to follow. For more informa-
tion, registration forms and fees call the
Lake Wales Chamber at 676-3445.

* Saturday, Sept.28
National Museum Day, Free admis-
sion to the Polk Museum of Art for
National Museum Day form 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m at 800 East Palmetto Street,
Lakeland.,


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Want to see your event on this page? Call us at 863-676-3467 or
email news@lakewalesnews.com.


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.
Lake Wales Wine Walk and Shop
from 4 to 8 p.m. Visit downtown area
merchants for shopping and food and
wine samplings. Check in point is The
Oasis Spa, 229 E. Park Ave. Wine glass,
goody bag and coupon book to the first
50 patrons. Cost $10 in advance or $15
at the door. Register and pay online at
www.lakewalesnetworking4women.
com. ID will be required.
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 information
contact: Maria- 813-501-3238.
Centralfloridaeventservices@gmail.com
Picklebail open to all from 11 a.m. to
1:30 p.m, at Kirkland Gymnasium, 409
N. 3rd Street every Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Contact:
Carol Yarbrough at813-478-3801 for
more information.
Lake Wales Downtown Farmers
Market every second and fourth
Saturday, 8 a.m.-noon, Market Square
between Stuart Ave. and Park Ave.
Locally grown, fresh produce. Mike
Morrow, 863-412-6960 or email
mike.lwcc@gmnail.com.
Lake Wales Car Show every fourth
Saturday downtown Lake Wales.
Many special events and prizes. Larry
Bossarte, 863-207-3402.


"live at the Gardens" Concert Series
at Bok Tower Gardens. Concert Only:
$20 / Concert & Dinner: $40. The 12th
Annual Summer Music Series takes
place inside the Bok Tower Gardens
Visitor Center. A prepaid dinner will
be served at the Blue Palmetto Cafe at
5:45 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. Concerts
begin at 7:30 p.m. Purchase tickets at:
boktowergardens.org.
* Sunday, Sept. 29
Golf Tournament to support LW
Gators Cheerleading at the Lake Wales
Country Club, 2925 Hwy. 60 East.
Registration fee $150 per person or
$400 for a foursome. Registration starts
at 6:30 a.m. Tee off at 8 a.m. Contact
Maria Smith 863-241-6973, Linda
Kimbrough 863-679-3897, Debbie
Rhiner 863-676-6760.
* Monday, Sept. 30
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 four classes or $60 for
eight 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 accept-
ed. Payments of cash or check may be
made at class. Call 863-678-4004.
Magical Monday, The Little Engine
That Could, 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.


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'Fifth Sunday' series



bringing in special speaker


As part of it's "Fifth Sunday" series of
programs, the Frostproof Ministerial
Association will be bringing in a
special speaker on Oct. 6 at the city hall
auditorium.
Pastor Mujahid El Masih, originally
from Pakistan, will be speaking on the
following topics: "Prayer and the Great
Commission," "The Persecuted Church"
and "The True Understanding of Islam."
Pastor El Masih studied the Koran
and Islam for 14 years in Pakistan and
was a member of the military. He was
taught to hate Israel, Christians and all
non-Muslims, and was very passionate
to be a martyr for the country and his
religion until at the age of 25 when he
became a Christian.
Masih travels throughout the U.S.
teaching the truth of Islam, sharing his
testimony and representing Voice of
the Martyrs. He preaches and speaks
in churches, schools, and to organi-
zations every week, while also over-
seeing the ministry of Faith Covenant
International in Pakistan.
He will share the story of his conver-
sion to Christianity and his journey to
America.
"There are so many great things that
God has done for us," stated Masih.
"When I come to visit you, I believe


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FROM PAGE 1

DOT's five-year work plan. There is no
money for design, acquisition of right
of way or construction at this point.
The study itself is projected to cost
$3.2 million, and be completed by next
summer. According to information
supplied at the meeting, the DOT is
projecting the total cost of the project
at around $115 million.
That total encompasses all design,
engineering and construction costs.
The DOT is not projecting any expense
for land acquisition.
John Biehl of Frostproof attended
the open house. He said he owns some
rental properties in SunRay.
"It seems like a very good idea," Biehl
said, "It needs more lanes."
Biehl added that there are a lot of
trucks on that road.
A formal public hearing is scheduled
in the spring of 2014 to present alter-
natives. There are three proposed for
the interchange at 27 and 60. One is
replacing the existing interchange with
a diamond interchange.
Robin Stublen, communications spe-
cialist for DOT, said 45 people attended
the event.
A website has been set up with infor-
mation. The address is www.us27polk.
com.
Making that portion of the highway
six-lane is consistent with the goals
of the Polk Transportation Planning
Organization, DOT officials noted,
but they also indicate that a "no-build


STABBING
FROM PAGE 1

Lake Wales detectives have not been
able to determine who the unidentified
victim is or:if he is alive or not. The


that our testimony is going to build
the faith of Christians in your church.
God has put upon my heart to teach
Americans the truth of Islam. Not only
would I love to come to share about
the faithfulness of God in my life, but
to share from my studies of Islam and
how we can love Muslims to Christ."
The date is Oct. 6 instead of Sept. 29
which would be the fifth Sunday of
the month to accommodate Masih's
schedule. The event is free and open
to all.
"We hope this program brings a
greater understanding of our brethren
around the world," noted Buzzy Elder,
pastor at Frostproof's First Presbyterian
Church.
Pastor El Masih believes that in order
to destroy terrorism, people need
to know the truth about Islam, the
Quar'an, and the motivation to commit
acts of violence and death to Jews and
Christians.
Pastor El Masih will be sharing his
message at First Presbyterian Church,
101 N. Palm Ave. from 9:45-10 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 6 and during the morning
Worship Service at 11 a.m.
Sunday evening, he will be speaking
at the Frostproof City Auditorium,
111W. 1st St., from 6-8 p.m.

alternative is also an option and will
remain a viable alternative throughout
the study process."
In that case, there would be no wid-
ening through 2035, and the highway
would receive just routine mainte-
nance, officials indicated.
If built, the road would feature three
12-foot travel lanes in each direction,
with at least a 40-foot grass median
between them.
There would also be a 5-foot paved
outside shoulder that would accommo-
date bicyclists.
A four-mile section near Frostproof,
designated as potentially a more "ur-
ban" area, would have 5-foot sidewalks
on both sides of the highway.
The DOT, in materials related to
the project, termed U.S. 27 a regional
freight corridor that serves as a "vital
link" between Interstate 4 and the
Miami region.
"Truck traffic is expected to increase
significantly when the CSX Integrated
Logistics Center near Winter Haven (on
State Road 60) becomes operational,"
DOT officials confirmed. "Expansion of
regional distribution facilities located
in the Frostproof Industrial Area
Freight Activity Center is also expected
to contribute to increased truck traffic."
Frostproof is home to two distribu-
tion warehouses, one for Lowe's Home
Improvement stores and a second for
Ferguson, a distributor of plumbing
and other home supplies.
Ferguson opened in 2008, and
since then, there have been no plans
announced for other businesses in the
south end of the city where those two
firms are located.


victim is described at a black male,
approximately 6 feet tall, thin build,
approximately 30-35 years of age, and
was last seen wearing a red Echo shirt
with blue shorts.
Anyone who has information regard-
ing this investigation is asked to call
Detective Bill Raebig at 863-678-4223,
ext. 264.


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BULLETIN BOARD


Small Farmer
Networking meeting
UF/IFAS Extension Polk County, in
partnership with H.EA.R.T. Institute,
has a Southwest Florida Small Farmer
Networking Meeting at H.EA.R.T.
Institute in Lake Wales Oct. 21.
Exchange ideas and learn about
small-scale sustainable agriculture by
attending this educational program
for small farmers. H.EA.R.T. Institute,
heart-institute.org/, is a microcosm of
sustainable production systems right in
the community's backyard. The program
prepares students for international service
and hosts unique demonstration plots
such as permaculture and aquaculture.
This network meeting will feature a
farm tour, potluck lunch and seed ex-
change followed by a short educational
program with time for grower discus-
sion and Extension announcements.
Connect with other small farmers
by attending this unique opportunity


to engage with others and see ideas in
practice on-site.
Remember to bring a chair, utensils, a
dish to pass and seeds if you would like
to participate in the seed exchange.
The class are scheduled from
10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21
at the H.E.A.R.T. Institute, 13895 U.S.
Highway 27, Lake Wales. Follow the dirt
road to the "Village" behind Warner
University.
There is no charge to attend this
program but those interested need to
register at http: / /smallfarmnetworka
theart.eventbrite.com so the meeting
can keep an accurate head count.
Call Mary Beth Henry at 863-519-1049
forinfbrmation.

Lake Wales Pioneer Days
The 37th Annual Pioneer Days will
take place Oct 26-28 on the shores of
Lake Wales. Hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday and from 1 lam-4 p.m. Sunday.


Hazel P6ole, 85, wasafhdrme playing.with her-puppy around 8:30 p.m. when
there was a knock at the front door. Little did she know that she would open
the door to two masked men wielding knives. Poole wasted no time and
dashed to her bedroom where she kept her .38-cal. handgun.-Poole, who was
married to an avid trapshooter and whose son works 't NRA Headquarters, is
no stranger to firearms. With confidence she pointed tIe gun at the men and
ordered them to leave her home or she would shot. 'oth men fled without
h esitation. (The Star Press, Muncie, IN, 12/14/12) \

JeremyReed, 30, and:Anna Soto, 24 were asleep in the same room as their
one-week-old baby girl when they woke to a loud banging sound. They later
learned that the sound was their front door being broken into by two convict-
ed felons. Reed recalls seeing one of the men standing at the foot of their bed.
Soto grabbed the infant and hid in the bedroom closet as Reed confronted the
intruders with a .22-cal. rifle. The men took off in Reed's car. But by then, flash-
ing blue lights could be seen in the distance. Both men were arrested just 20
minutes later and charged with multiple felony counts, including home inva-
sion robbery. (Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, FL, 12/10/12)
A man in his early 40s entered a nail salon at about 5:30 p.m. and began asking
a female employee about purchasing diamonds. When the confused woman
told the man she had no money to buy diamonds, he reached into his coat
pocket and pulled out a pistol. When a customer getting her nails done saw
What was happening, she reached into her purse and pulled out her own fire-
arm. Upon seeing the woman's gun, the man quickly fled the salon. It was
Last reported that the suspect is still at large. (Casper Star Tribune, Casper, WY,
S12/11/12)
Two men targeted the home of Jerry Stremovihtg, 62, and Kenneth Conley, 53,
one evening. Conley was having a meal on the front porch when the two sus-
pects approached him. They beat him and repeatedly used a taser to subdue
him. After gaining entry to the home, the suspects entered Stremovihtg's bed-
room. Stremovihtg met the intruders with a .38-cal. revolver. He fired several
rounds causing them to flee the home. One suspect, a 35-year-old male, died
Sin the front yard from a gunshot wound. It was last reported that the second
suspect is still at large. Conley and Stremovihtg were taken to a nearby medi-
cal center and were treated for non life-threatening injuries. (The Daytona
Beach News-Journal, Holly Hill, FL, 11/18/12)

Dispatchers received a call one afternoon from a man claiming to be the victim
of a road rage incident.The man called 911 from the highway and said the van
he had just passed was ramming his SUV from behind.The dispatcher instruct-
ed the driver to pull over and wait for officers. When the man pulled over, the
van pulled over as well. The man and woman occupying the van approached
his vehicle and began hitting him and stabbing him with car keys. The driver
of the SUV, a concealed carry permit holder, retrieved his gun and pointed it at
his assailants until police arrived. They were later booked on possible charges
of battery and disorderly conduct. (Antigo Journal, Wausau, Wl, 12/6/12)

Gary Cherry was driving at approximately 8:30 a.m. when he noticed two ve-
hicles on the side of the road. Cherry pulled over to help when he saw there
was a man holding a woman to the ground face down and stabbing her re-
peatedly. Cherry, a concealed carry license holder, quickly retrieved his firearm
and ordered the man to get on the ground as he dialed 911. Crystal Ward was
traveling the same route when she spotted Cherry holding the perpetrator
at gunpoint at the side of the entrance ramp. Ward stopped to assist and dis-
covered a crying baby boy in one of the vehicles. The suspect was later taken
into custody and the victim was flown to a nearby hospital with multiple stab
wounds. It was last reported that she was in stable condition. The baby was
unharmed. (Montgomery County Police Reporter, Plum Grove, TX, 12/24/12)
When a 79-year-old man heard arguing outside his home, he.went outside to
investigate. In the front yard, the man discovered his 17-year-old granddaugh-
ter being beaten by a 19-year-old male. Whenthe grandfather confronted the
suspect, he was threatened with a "stun gun." The suspect approached the
elderly man. The grandfather warned him to stop, but the suspect continued
toward him. Thegrandfather pulled out a handgun and fired once. The sus-
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Pacie 12 The News Wednesday, September 25, 2013


Bulldogs roll to 4-0 start, but schedule gets tougher


By BILL ROGERS
BROGERS @HEARTLANDENEWSPAPERS.COM

The competition in Class 3A District
4 figures to get much tougher in the
coming weeks for Frostproof. But it
was a breeze for the Bulldogs Friday
night as they flattened the Bishop
McLaughlin Hurricanes, 56-0.
The Bulldogs, who improved their
record to 4-0, recorded their second
consecutive shutout, and so far this
season have outscored its lesser com-
petition by 197-18.
While it's nice to have some games at
the start of the season where you don't
have to sweat out a result, Coach Price
Harris agrees that it will be helpful
this week to take the competition up
a couple of notches when they travel
to always tough Hardee. On Oct. 5,
SFrostproof goes back to district play to
host Tampa Catholic.
"It's huge, being able to play against
a great front seven like Hardee has, to
kind of challenge us and tell us where
we're at," Harris said. "We're excited
about the opportunity. We had one of
our better practices Monday because
they know we have Hardee this week.
With the step up in competition, they
know they need to step up."
The other benefits to having easier
games earlier in the season is team
health and getting lots of playing time
for a lot of the roster.
"We have zero injuries and We've
been able to play a lot of players, get
a lot of people playing time, but we're
excited about going into the meat.of
our schedule here."
Despite the series of lopsided wins,
Harris said the group has done a good
job in retaining its focus.
"This group's been a good group.
They've really decided to work hard
and they understand the importance of
hard work," Harris added. "That's been
paying off for us, so keeping their focus
hasn't been that hard. They have goals,
a dream of what we want to be, and
their working hard to achieve that.
In some ways, and not always
good ways, penalties once again hurt
Frostproof Friday. The Bulldogs, as they
have also done, overcame them with
big play after big play.
An 85-yard punt return by Kaleel
Gaines was wiped out by a block in the
back penalty after McLaughlin's first
possession. The same penalty took
away another Kaleel punt return for a


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The Frostproof defense pitched its second straight shutout last Friday, thanks in part to defen-
sive plays like this pass breakup by Bulldog defender Marcus Bobb.


touchdown early in the third quarter.
But Frostproof struck quickly. On the
next play after the penalty from the
Bulldog 42, quarterback Xavier Gaines
found a wide open Jarviel Hart who
raced into the end zone to complete
the 58-yard scoring.
Lamar Bobb converted the extra
point kick to make it 7-0 with 5:33 left
in the first quarter.
SThe Bulldogs used the big play to
go by two touchdowns. From his own
40, Xavier sprinted 60 yards to the end
zone.
Another penalty took away the score.
This time it was a holding call against
the Bulldogs.
No problem. Xavier repeated his
previous run, only carrying the ball
75 yards for the touchdown.
Lamar's kick made it 14-0 with
2:58 remaining in the quarter.


A blocked punt set up the Bulldogs'
third touchdown of the quarter. Cecil
Cherry cruised in from the 4 for the


THISWEEK
Frostproof at Hardee
WHEN: Friday night, 7:30 p.m. in Wauchula.
RECORDS: Frostproof is4-0 (1-0 in district play);
Hardee is 2-1.
WHATTO KNOW ABOUT HARDEE: The Wildcats
have only played three total games this fall so far. Their
pre-season Kickoff Classic was"weathered"out, and their
bye week was last week. Their only loss came at home
to Fort Meade, 18-6. As usual, the Wildcats have size
and talent Quarterback Kris Johnson can throw and run.
Haidee can lull you to sleep with its between-the-tackles
running style, butcan also pop the big play. All fourof
its touchdowns in a season-opening win againstTampa
Jesuit were from at least 25 yards out.
WHATTO KNOW ABOUT FROSTrPROOF: The easy
eadry season schedule means the Bulldogs are healthy,
something they often haven't been at this point in past
seasons. And, having Haidee now is a very good test
since district favorite Tampa Catholic comes calling at
Fads Brannen Stadium in two weeks- The Bulldogs need
to play some better overall talent than what they've seen
so far if they truly want to be ready for the Crusaders.
THE SIONNY: Hardee is just one of those programs
that play good, solid, tough, fundamental footbalL
Add a few playmakers in there, and they have them.
Friday night's game should be a good indicatorof just
where Frostproof stands heading into the meat of their
schedule. We know Frostproof is good, but just how good
will be determined in the next two or three weeks. Wild-
cats were able to move the ball effectively on the ground
in a week-two lossto Fort Meade, a game played after a
more than 90-minute rain delay. Usually nothing fancy
abouttheir play calling, but they can often out-execute
opponents play to play if a team lets its guard down.
score and with 1:21 to go it was 21-0
following Lamar's PAT.
Bishop McLaughlin started from its
own 45 on the next possession. The
Bulldogs defense forced a turnover as
Hart intercepted a RJ. Perciavalle pass
at the Frostproof 36.


Frostproof's Jarviel Hart swallows up this Bishop McLaughlin ball carrier Friday night in high
school football action as the Bulldogs opened their Class 3A, District 4 football slate with a 56-0
win.


PHOTOS BY KYLE M. THORNTON
Frostproof's Ja'dari Hawthorne looks to outrun a Bishop McLaughlin defender in high school
football action in Spring Hill last Friday.


The Frostproof defense was in the face of the Bishop McLaughlin quarterback all night long,
including on this play as Richard Cobb forces a hurried throw.


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Wednesday, September 25,2013









Civil War exhibit opens Friday


By STEVE STEINER
SSTEINER @ HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
The Polk County History Center's latest
exhibit, "Defending the Boundaries of
Wilderness," opens Friday, Sept. 27, and
will run through April 2015, to commem-
orate the Sesquicentennial of the Civil
War. There will be an open reception
from 6-8 p.m. Light refreshments will be
served, courtesy of the Annie H. Darracott
Chapter 791, United Daughters of the
Conferederacy, Lakeland. (RSVP 863-534-
4386 or kristinhill@polk-county.net)
Opening day of the exhibit will feature
the 97th Regimental String Band. They
will bring old-time songs to life for today's
audiences by singing and playing them
-just like soldiers, sailors and civilians
enjoyed them 150 years ago.

About the exhibit
"Defending the Boundaries of
Wilderness," examines how men from
Polk County fought on both sides of the
CivilWar. It will include the histories of the
Cow Cavalry, the South Florida Bulldogs,
Union troops, and Colored Units who
lived, fought, or settled in Polk County. The
exhibit will also feature information on
the Union and Confederate navies, with
particular emphasis on Florida's role in key
naval battles, Floridians in the Navy, and
the Union blockade of Florida ports.
"Living on the Edge ofWilderness,"
will also focus on the lives of women pnd
families on the home front of Polk County
during the CivilWar.
"One of the fascinating chapters in Polk
County History is how many ,families
moved to the area and were just getting
settledwhen war broke out," said Curator
of Education, Laura Ayers. "This exhibit


will highlight what hardships they faced
and how they overcame them."
Gathering artifacts and other items
for the exhibit proved interesting to
Maria Trippe, Curator of Collections and
Exhibitions.
"It was eye-opening to see the types of
weaponry used then and see how far we've
come in technology," said Trippe. That
was not all she discovered throughout the
months-long project gathering items and
data. "My favorite part was the research.
I didn't know the role Polk County played
in the Civil War. Polk County provided the
beef for soldiers."
According to Executive Director Myrtice
Young, there was one major battle fought
in Polk County. That was the "Battle of
Bowlegs Creek,"in which Union troops
stationed in Fort Myers would take nearly
four months, from February to May 1864
before said troops ultimately prevailed.
One of the main purposes was to cut off
meat and food supplies to Confederate
troops. (The battle is re-enacted in Fort
Meade; this year's event will take place
during a festival that runs Jan. 31-Feb. 2.)

Want to go?
The exhibit is for both adults, children
and families. Activity books will be provid-
ed at no cost to guide families and children
through the exhibit, and children will have
the opportunity to examine reproductions
of items Civil War soldiers would have
carried and used during the war.
Throughout the months, several pro-
grams are scheduled to coordinate with
the CivilWar exhibits, including:
"Let's Talk About the CivilWar" Book
Club: Join museum and library staff to
discuss books on the CivilWar. Club
meetings will be from 2-3 p.m., the second


Saturday of each month (February, March,
April and May). Members of the book club
may purchase books at a discount from
the History Center Gift Shop, as well as
from online retailers or borrow them from
local libraries.
Oakhill Cemetery Tours: Discover
American heroes buried in Bartow and
learn about their sacrifices during the
War Between the States. Tours take place
11 a.m., the first Saturday of the month.
, GenealogyWorkshops: Uncover family
connections to the Civil War with the help
of our experienced librarians and reposi-
tory of genealogical and CivilWar archives
and records. Oct. 5, Jan. 4, March 1, and
May 3, from 2-4 p.m.


In addition, the Genealogical Library will
be complementing the CivilWar exhibits
and will showcase family history informa-
tion about Confederate CivilWar veterans.
Allages are welcome to attend the
public programs. More programs will
be announced throughout the year to
continue our commemoration of the Civil
War's 150th anniversary.
The Polk County History Center is
located at 100 E. Main St., Bartow.
Hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday
through Friday; and 9 a.m.-3 p.m.,
Saturday. The History Center is closed
Sunday and Monday.
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Wednesday, September 25, 2013









Ramon gala brings out the area's stars


The annual Ramon Theater Gala
brought out a number of area stars earlier
this month, and brought in dollars for the
theater's operations throughout the year.
For the third straight year, Polk County
Sheriff Grady Judd was the guest emcee,
and theater officials say he enjoys that job
so much that he has pledged to make it
four in a rowin 2014.
The evening is a galadance event and
'"friendly" competition among the movers
and shakers to find, well, the area's best
movers and shakers, at least when it
comes to dancing.
The 2013 dance champions, for receiv-
ing the most money/pledges, were Denise
Grimsley, Florida Senator, District 21,
and Larry McCandless, a middle school
science teacher and award-winning actor



Sarah Jane Alex-
ander, right, has
been a longtime
supporter of the
arts in Frostproof
and beyond, and
her support of
the Ramon was
recognized as well
during the gala.
Tina Miller presents
the flowers.


at Sebring's Highlands Little Theater and a
vocalist with various choral groups.
Their performance brought back
memories of dance and romance in the
1940s as they performed to "Cheek to
Cheek." They are from the Lake Placid and
Sebring area.
The People's Choice Award winners,
receiving the popular vote, were Martha
Neher, Frostproof City Councilmember,
past president of the Frostproof Art League
& Gallery and current gallery director, and
Alberto Montalvo, manager of the city's
wastewater treatment plant, and is a native
of Puerto Rico.
They performed a dance of happiness
- the Meringue, wowing the crowd with
their lively number. They both reside in
Frostproof.


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If there's anyone in Frostproof who has a longer memory of the Ramon, we'd like to know about
it .-June Felt, left, learned how to play piano at the knee of her mother who used to bethe
theater's keyboardist for silent movies when the theater first opened in the 1920s. Presenting
her with flowers is Tina Miller.


PHOTOS BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
Steve Gateley, left, aid to Florida House of Representatives member Mike LaRosa, Florida State
Senator Denise Grimsley, center, and Frostproof resident Gene Mooney were three of many to
lend their support and talents to the annual Ramon Theater Gala held earlier this month.



Two longtime
Frostproof arts
supporters,
former
Mayor Kay
Hutzelman,
left, and Gayle
Reeder, got
a chance to
catch up on old
times.


For the third straight year Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd gave of his time to emcee the event,
and he's even pledged to come back for a fourth time next fall. Here, he says hello to Tina Miller,
left, and Clifford Bradley.


Left: There's no one more responsible for the Ramon becoming what it is today than former
Mayor Kay Hutzelman, right, who was honored for her efforts to bring the once-dormant theater
back to the vibrant cultural and community center it is today. Sheriff Grady Judd was one of many
to make sure they let Hutzelman know how much she and her efforts have been appreciated. She
and her husband Paul moved to the Gulf Coast area last year, but she returns to Frostproof on
occasion to renew friendships and say hello.


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Wednesday, September 25, 2013









Autumn marks a great time to clear away clutter


Clutter is a concern for many
homeowners. Clutter can gradually
accumulate, and over time a home
can turn from.a welcoming respite to
a claustrophobic place overwhelmed
by items of little or no value.
SHomeowners who have battled
clutter in the past often find that it
is most likely to accumulate over the
winter, when frigid temperatures
outside drive more people indoors.
Spending more time indoors means
more trash indoors. Newspapers and
magazines might be easy to discard
when the weather is warm, but a trip
outside to discard such items takes
less precedence when it must be
made in below freezing temperatures.
The likelihood that even the clean-
liest of homeowners might accumu-
late some clutter over the winter'only
highlights the importance of clearing
a house of clutter in the fall. While
clearing clutter can seem like an
arduous task, the following tips can
make the project much easier.
Clean one room or area at a time.
A disorganized approach to getting
organized is likely to waste time and
may even prove fruitless. Work your
way through your home or apartment
one room at a time rather than jump-
ing from room to room. Have boxes
or crates designated for items you
find that belong in other rooms, and
place items in the appropriate boxes
as you clean rather than returning
items to the right room as you find
them. Once you have finished a
room, move on to the next one and
try to finish a room on the same day
you started.
Invest in a paper shredder. Old
bills, bank statements, receipts; and


other once-important papers have
a way of accumulating on desks,
in drawers and on counters. Such
documents often do not need to be
held onto, but men and women are
hesitant to discard them because
they contain personal information. A
paper shredder is a great investment
.for homeowners and apartment
dwellers alike'and can be the safest
way to discard documents with
potentially sensitive information. It's
also a friend to anyone attempting
to clear clutter. Many shredders
can shred multiple pages at a time,
making, them a quick and safe way
to discard documents that have been
littering a home long after they were
useful.
* Decide to donate some items.
Many unused items lying around
your house can likely be donated
to a worthy cause, which can help
motivate you to clean out your closet
of all those extra sweaters and other
items you no longer wear. Encourage
fellow members of the household to
donate as well, and set aside a few
boxes for clothes that will be donated
and those that will be discarded.
Donated items need not be clothes,
as many goodwill organizations
accept appliances and other products
as well.
Put seasonal items away. Storing
seasonal items like patio furniture
and swimsuits can help reduce the
likelihood that clutter will build up in
the months ahead. Pack items from
your summer wardrobe together and
store them in a suitcase in the back
of your closet. This frees up room
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Breast cancer in pets


It is hard to believe that October
is less than a week away. It will not
be long before we see pumpkins,
scarecrows and candy corn. The
other hallmark of October is every-
thing that will be adorned with the
color pink, in honor of breast cancer
awareness month. It seems fit to
discuss breast cancer in pets.
Breast, or mammary gland,
cancer is a very frequent finding
in our companion animals. Dogs,
cats and rodents (such as rats and
guinea pigs) can all present with
these tumors. By far, the majority
of those animals presenting with
these masses are unspayed females,
meaning that their ovaries and uteri
have not been surgically removed.
There are several types of masses
which may develop in relation to the
mammary gland, some of which are
benign (non-cancerous) and others
are malignant (cancerous). In dogs,


approximately 50 percent of mam-
mary masses are malignant and in
cats and rodents that number climbs
well into the 80 or 90 percent range.
And in all species,, these tumors tend
to occur in the middle- or older-aged
animal.
Most of the cancerous types of
mammary tumors are variations
are carcinomas. The primary treat-
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Active hurricane season: Include a plan for your pet


We are in the last six weeks of the 2013
hurricane season, meaning there's still
plenty of time left for a stormto cause
massive destruction along the coastal
regions. If you have to evacuate it's import-
ant to have a plan in place.
Property owners along the coast need to
review their insurance policy, protect your
home from potential storm damage, create
a home inventory, and gather an emergen-
cy kit for your family and your beloved pet
Last year an estimated 30 million ani-
mals including 14.5 million dogs, 15.3
million cats, and 1.5 million horses were
caught in the path of Hurricane Sandy.
'As you make emergency evacuation
plans for your family it's important for
pet owners to also have a plan in place for
their animals. This is all part of the bigger
picture to have everything ready to go well
in advance of a storm approaching," said


Chris Hackett, Property Casualty Insurers
Association of America, director of personal
lines. "Take a few moments to talk with
your insurance agent or company about
your insurance needs, practice your emer-
gency response plan with your family and
don't forget about your pets. We encourage
you to do this now because you won't have
much time as a storm is approaching."
In order to qualify for Federal
Emergency Management Agency funding,
a city or state is required to submit a plan
detailing its disaster preparedness pro-
gram. The PETS Act also requires authori-
ties to include how they will accommodate
households with pets or service animals
when presenting plans to FEMA.
"With 62 percent of U.S. households
owning a pet, the need to include animals
in emergency plans was and remains
- greater than ever," said Robin Ganzert,


American Humane Association president
and chief executive officer. "Pets form an
integral part of American families, and
numerous disasters have proven that
people will not evacuate from dangerous
situations if they believe that they cannot
take their pet along or if theyfeel they do
not have a safe place to shelter their pet
until they can return home'."
It's important to plan for pet's needs
during a disaster.

FEMA Pet Checklist:
Identifying shelter. Forpublic health
reasons, many emergency shelters cannot
accept pets. Find out which motels and
hotels in the area you plan to evacuate
to allow pets well in advance of needing
them. There are also a number of guides
that list hotels/motels that permit pets and
could serve as a starting point. Include
your local animal shelter's number in your
list of emergency numbers. They might be
able to provide information concerning
pets during a disaster.


Take pet food, bottled water, medica-
tions, veterinary records, cat litter/pan,
manual can opener, food dishes, first aid
kit and other supplies with you in case
they're not available later. Before you
find yourself in an emergency situation,
consider packing a "pet survival" kit which
could be easily deployed if disaster hits.
Make sure identification tags are up-to-
date and securely fastened to your pet's
collar. If possible, attach the address and/
or phone number of your evacuation site.
If your pet gets lost, his tag is his ticket
home.
Make sure you have a current photo of
your pet for identification purposes.
Make sure you have a secure pet carrier,
leash or harness for your pet so that if he
panics, he can't escape.
For more information on how to prepare
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Page 18 The News Wednesday, Seotember 25, 2013


FEELING!


2013 Heart Walk just a few weekends away


Team organized for former LWHS baseball star who died at 25


By JEFF ROSLOW
JAOSaV@HEARwLA S.oM

A couple of years ago Lauren
Smith said there was a water
problem at her house and when
someone from the city of Bartow
showed up there, she thought she
had to get to know him.
"After five minutes when he came
to our house, I had to get to know
him," she said.
The two dated for a few months
and stopped but they remained
close friends.
That individual was Dustin
Huguley. Many may remember
him as being a star catcher for the
Lake Wales High School softball
team who graduated in 2006. He
played some college baseball, too,
at Warner. However, he never did
make it as far as his step brother,
Wade Davis, who is now a starting
pitcher with the Kansas City Royals,
formerly a starting pitcher with the
Tampa Rays. Davis has a career 35-
33 won-lost record and a 4.29 ERA
in the Major Leagues.
One of the reasons his younger


WHAT: 2013 Heart Walk
WHEN: 8 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 12
WHERE: Joker Marchant Stadium, 2301
Lakeland and Hills Boulevard, Lakeland
INFORMATION: PolkAHA@heart.org ~
800-257-6941x8032
TO DONATE: Find any team and can
donate on web site at www.polkheartwalk.
kintera.org. That site will also allow teams to
register for the walk.
PURPOSE: Walk raises money to fight
against the country's number 1 and 4, heart
disease and stroke.
brother didn't go as far as he did
in baseball is because of a medical
condition he had. He was born with
Wolff Parkinson White Syndrome,
a condition that gave him a hole
in his heart. The condition never
stopped him from doing everything
he wanted to do, but six weeks ago -
Aug. 3 -Huguley felt short of breath
in a softball game and died on the
field. He was 25 years old.
To help the family deal with
expenses from the loss, Smith
has organized a team -Walk For
Dustin for the Oct. 12 Heart Walk
at Joker Marchant Field in Lakeland.


As of Sunday, the team has raised
$300 and Smith said anyone who
cares to help with the cause can go
to www.polkheartwalkkintera.org
to donate online.
The team has 12 walkers on it and
they've had T-shirts made. She said
Bartow High School students are
starting to get involved.
Well-known in the area, the
Highlanders graduate worked for
the city of Bartow, Phosco Electric
Supply in Mulberry and played
softball, fished and hunted when-
ever he could, Smith said. She said
his condition never affected his
outlook.
"He was born with it and he knew
about it and the consequences,"
she said. "I asked him why he did
everything he does and he said why
not live every day like it could be my
last."
His attitude impressed other
people. At Lake Wales High School
the school retired number 17, the
number he wore on his uniform.
And the Kansas City Royals sent his
family a jersey with number 17 on it
recently.


PHOTO PROVIDED
Dustin Huguley proudly displays his catch. This photo is on his
Facebook page.


Gala returns for the 24th year


Polk County's signature black-tie
social event of the year the Winter
Haven Hospital Foundation Gala -
returns for the 24th consecutive year
on Nov. 7 at Nora Mayo Hall, 500 Third
Street NW, Winter Haven.
The Gala is one of the largest char-
itable fundraisers in Central Florida
and is held annually to help support
the expansion of access to healthcare
programs and services at Winter Haven
Hospital and its Regency Center for
Women and Infants.
The not-for-profit Winter Haven
Hospital is the major medical center for
east Polk County and the Ridge Corridor
communities. Proceeds from the 2013
Gala will be used to support the current
and urgent needs of patients served at
the hospital.
Last year's Gala raised more than
$600,000 in philanthropic contribu-
tions, notes Eric Adamson, chairman of
the Winter Haven Hospital Foundation


Board of Trustees. That success -
coupled with requests from attendees
of last year's event prompted
Foundation officials to bring back Party
on the Moon, a 15-piece Las Vegas-style
musical act for the second year in a row.
S"We had so many wonderful com-
ments about the entertainment at last
year's Gala and so many requests to
bring back 'Party on the Moon' that
we could not say no," Adamson said.
"We try to make the Gala a fun night
that will be enjoyed by our supporters
and guests. We know that 'Party on the
Moon' is going to bring us all to our feet
again."
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appointed President, Stephen Nierman,
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Wednesday, September 25,2013


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Wednesday, September 25,2013


FEELING


Cornerstone has
volunteer training
Cornerstone Hospice has two volunteer
training dates set in October. Those who
want to volunteer have to attend both
sessions. They run from 9 am.-5 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 11 and Friday; Oct. 18.
To pre-register fro the training ses-
sions, call Carrie Hess at 863-291-5567,
Lisa Gray at 352-742-6806 or toll-free at
888-728-6234.

Atienza hired as
medical director
Winter Haven Hospital, part of BayCare
Health System, appointed Dr. Jason T
Atienza as the medical director of the Joy-
Fuller Rehabilitation Center.
Atienza is board-certified in physi-
cal medicine and rehabilitation. As a
board-certified physicist and medical
director of the Joy-Fuller Rehabilitation
Center, Atienza develops and implements
individualized treatment plans for
patients, and provides direction for overall
program planning.
"The Joy-Fuller Rehabilitation Center at
Winter Haven Hospital has an outstanding
reputation for advanced patient care," said
Atienza. "The rehab team is motivated
and I look forward to leading them and
the inpatient program so that our patients
leave Winter Haven Hospital with the best
"functional improvements."
Atienza completed his physical med-
icine and rehabilitation residency at
Stanford University in Stanford, California.
His areas of interest and expertise include


spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury,
musculoskeletal and sports medicine,
prosthetics/orthotics, electrodiagnostics,
and EMG-guided motor points and nerve
blocks.
"We are delighted to have Dr. Atienza
join our hospital and rehab family," said
Steve Nierman, president of Winter Haven
Hospital. "The Joy-Fuller Rehabilitation
Center is sure to benefit from his medical
leadership and commitment to bolstering
our quality programs and relationships
within the medical community."
The Joy-Fuller Rehabilitation Center is a
CARF-accredited, inpatient rehabilitation
facility atWinter Haven Hospital. It is the
only accredited inpatient rehabilitation
program in Polk, Highlands and Hardee
counties. The Joy-Fuller Rehabilitation
Center is dedicated to restoring persons
with rehabilitation potential to the highest
level of functioning possible, following
illness or injury.

Citizen CPR on Nov. 16
Citizen CPR, who has been teaching life-
saving CPR skills in our communities since
1985 will hold SAVE A LIFE SATURDAY
on Nov. 16, at Polk State College, Winter
Haven.
This event offers free Adult/Child CPR
training to anyone 9 years of age and older.
Eighty-five percent of cardiac arrests
happen in the home. Family members
are usually not trained to perform CPR in
those critical first few minutes. Parents
and grandparents who have swimming
pools need to know this very simple
technique to save their loved one's life.


These skills can be taught in less than one
and one half hours.
Registration and refreshments start
at 8:30 a.m. Training will run from
9-10:30 a.m. Agency will teach Adult/Child
CPR, relief of choking and an introduction
to the AED automotivee external defibrilla-
tor). This is a non-certification course but
still a valid way to learn to save your loved
one's life. Pre-registration is requested.
Contact Citizen CPR at 863-680-1277 or
291-5977, or register at www.citizencprinc.
corn.

LWMC seeks volunteers
Lake Wales Medical Center is seeking
volunteers to fill a variety of available
positions. Volunteers greet visitors in
the hospital lobbies, drive the courtesy
parking shuttle golf cart, help in the gift
shop, work behind the scenes in several
departments, deliver flowers to patients,
and perform a number of other essential,
rewarding tasks.
Volunteer shifts are available seven days
a week, mornings or afternoons.
Volunteers must be at least 18 years old,
complete an application, submit a letter of
recommendation, and pass a background
screening.
Hospital volunteers receive a free meal
ticket for the hospital cafeteria for each
shift worked, a volunteer uniform, and a
free flu shot once per year. Volunteers ages
50 or older who work at least four hours
per week will receive free membership to
LWMC's Senior Circle program.
For information, call Eric Grenier at
863-678-2214.


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Polk plan offers free
diabetic classes
The Polk Health Care Plan has addi-
tional free Diabetic classes for residents
on Sept. 27, Oct. 3 and 14 and Nov. 22.
"With diabetes becoming a serious
problem in Polk County, the Polk Health
Care Plan felt it was important to offer
these free classes to residents," said
Marilyn Sylvia, a community nurse for
the county. "We strongly believe the best
way to mitigate the damage diabetes has
caused our residents is to arm them with
the knowledge they need to combat the
disease."
Diabetic Classes will include a general
overview of the disease process, highlight-
ing ways to prevent, detect and treat the
complications of diabetes. Educators will
also discuss the importance of nutrition,
physical activity and weight management
in dealing with the disease. They will also
talk about blood glucose monitoring and
cover the different medications and ways
to schedule diabetic check-ups.
Classes are scheduled for:
2-4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27,2135 Marshall
Edwards Drive, Bartow.
9 a.m.-noon Thursday, Oct. 3, Parkview
Medical Clinic, 1205 Dr. Martin L. King Jr.
Way, Haines City.
1-4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14, Mulberry
Civic Center, 901 N.E. 5th Ave., Mulberry
9 a.m.-noon Friday, Nov. 22, Angels
Care Center of Eloise, 960 Snively Ave.,
Eloise.
To reserve seats in either of these
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Weight loss troubles otherwise health healthy prostate cancer patient


Dr. Keith Roach



Reads may write
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DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 65-year-old
man. Two years ago, I was diagnosed
with medium-grade prostate cancer. I
read hundreds of articles as well as nu-
merous studies relating to the effective-
ness of treatment. However, it became
obvious to me that the odds of any type
of treatment curing prostate cancer is
virtually zero, so I have chosen to do
nothing. Aside from the knowledge that
I have cancer, my health is good, with
one exception. I have lost 20 pounds in
two years. Blood tests from two doctors
have shown nothing, and I am told there
is nothing more that can be done. I also
was told that prostate cancer is highly
unlikely to cause weight loss, so the
cause must be something else. I exercise
and feel generally good, none of which
has changed in the past 10 years. I do eat
less sugar, red meat, salt and dairy since
my diagnosis. But I no longer believe
that the diet is responsible for my weight
loss, which is continuing. Can you please
suggest other tests to try to diagnose my
problem? -J.U.
ANSWER: John Ultmann, one of my
oncology professors, told me that when
someone with cancer has a new prob-
lem, you should first check if the cancer
is causing it, then if the treatment for
the cancer is causing it, before thinking
about other causes.
The PSA test was intended to be used
to follow the course of the disease, and
it is pretty good at correlating with the
amount of disease. Sometimes more-so-
phisticated tests, such as bone scans or
CT scans, are needed to look for spread.
However, since two doctors have said
that the prostate cancer is not likely the
cause of the weight loss, let's think about
the other options.
Chemotherapy, surgery and radiation


all have their complications -but you
didn't take any of these. So what causes
significant weight loss in a 65-year-old?
Cancer is a possibility, and it is certainly
possible to have more than one at the
same time, so I would make sure your
other cancer screenings, especially
colonoscopy, are up-to-date.
Malabsorption, especially celiac sprue
but many other kinds, usually comes
with gastrointestinal symptoms, but not
always. Chronic infections like tubercu-
losis and HIV can hide and need to be
looked for. Psychiatric disease, especially


depression, often shows up as weight
loss. High thyroid levels and diabetes
usually have other symptoms.
All that having been said, I still think
the change in diet (less red meat, salt,
sugar and dairy) absolutely could still be
causing the weight to drop further. The
fact that you feel well and are exercising
makes diet a more likely cause than
hidden disease.
The booklet on the prostate gland dis-
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can obtain a copy by writing: Dr. Roach
-No. 1001, Box536475, Orlando, FL


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the recipient's printed name and address.
Please allow four weeks for delivery.
Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable
to answer individual letters, but will
incorporate them in the column whenev-
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to ToYourGoodHealthmed.cornell.edu or
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kitchen/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
Swwvw.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
pool area with gold fish pond.
Backyard 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
www.frostproofrealty.oom
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


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
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.
Home is well maintained with
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/lbath
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.frostproofrealty.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.


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you to quickly find items so that you
are not searching around the house for
lost items and creating a bigger mess
along the way. Clear storage containers
work in the refrigerator, too. You can
more easily spot leftovers, and uniform
stacking containers free up more room
for bulkier items.
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Frostproof. Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
ABSOLUTELY -beautiful
3BR/2.5BA home on 4+
Acres! Fenced & cross-
fenced, barn/pens/water
tubs/feed troughs, second
barn (where well is located),
30x35 agricultural pole barn
(could have horse stalls
added easily), stocked pond
& More. Home is well insulat-
ed with low electric bills, large
living room/tray ceiling with
recessed lighting, dining area
with view of woods, huge
'country' kitchen is loaded
with cabinetry and counter
space/all appliances and two
huge pantries! Other ameni-
ties are floored storage area
in attic, all ceramic tile floor-
ing that looks like planks,
insulated/hurricane garage
doors, Anderson Windows,
200 Amp service/wired for
generator/RV outlet, door-
ways/hall ADA compliant,
Master suite with walk-in-tiled
shower/storage and a walk-in-
closet (built-ins). There is an
Artesian .well AND ROSALIE
LAKE ACCESS AT THE END
OF THE ROAD! HAS IT ALL &
MORE!
CallEstelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com



AFFORDABLE 2-3BR 1BA,
newer kitchen & appliances,
screen porch, completely
fenced. Walk to school, lakes,
football stadium and all over
town! ASKING $ 44,900
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com


bed. There likely is ample room to store
more things than just dust bunnies
beneath your bed. A bed frame with
built-in drawers is the perfect place
to keep bed linens and out-of-season
clothes. Beds can be raised on blocks
to create more space underneath: for
storing rolling plastic containers and
even seldom-used suitcases.
Optfor anarmoire.

405 Walter Avenue
Charming 3 bed,1.5 bath CB
Home in Sun Ray, wood laminate
flooring, freshly painted,
2 enclosed porches, carport,
storage rm, appliances
$59,900 OBOU!
Michelle K. Hutto, Broker, Keystone Realty
| realtygirl@juno.com .
S 245 S. Scernic Hwy., Frostproof, FL 33843
Cell: 863-528-1136 Office: 863-635-0030
www.Keystone-RealEstate.NET


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
COUNTRY HOME onh 2+-
acres, 2003 home 3BR/2BA
has a little of everything!
"MAN-CAVE with lighting & all
the amps you need!" Cathe-
dral ceiling, Cypress Wall in
Great room, nice kitchen &
appliances, Jacuzzi, PLUS
Pole barn with storage unit.
Backs up to RR acres where
there are thousands of acres
of riding trails and recreation-
al land! ASKING $165,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
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/walk-in-closet, with all ther-
mal windows/doors, formal
dining, breakfast room, split
bedroom plan, attached 2 car
garage, detached CB 18x20
garage/workshop, & 610. ft
deep well with 7.5 horse
pump, RV hook-up with
elect/sewer.. .comes with Agri-
cultural Exemption & So Much
More! A MUST SEE!
$371,750
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com
Frostproof Sunray- 2 bed Cen-
tral air New appliances
Garage & carport Good cond
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HOME PLUS Rentals! 2BR
2BA (could easily be 3BR), fire-
place, FI Rm, screen, porch,
HUGE WORKSHOP, 2 M.H.
rentals Located outside town.
ASKING $90,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
GEORGEOUS -,BR,.3BA rorre
with screened Pool and porch
with new pool liner/pump & fil-
ter, formal living & dining
rooms, breakfast room, family.
room, kitchen includes newer
granite counter tops, warming
drawer/ice rmachine/island,
double garage, 2. sheds,
newer roof and located walk-
ing distance to everything in
downtown Frostproof! ASKING
$167,500
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
www.EstelleSullivan.com
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1020, HOUSES FOR SALE
LAKE VIEW & Dock on
Reedy Lake! 4BR/2.5BA
"remodeled" home plus work-
shop, fenced yard, water &
sewer & well for lawn. ASKING
$97,500 LISTENINGG TO
OFFERS!"
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI l
www.EstelleSullivan.com
LAKE WALES 4BR/1BA
Concreteblock 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.
Inside utility room, 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 Lake
Clinch view and access!
3BR/1BA Concrete block
house. Large BONUS room!
New carpet in all bedrooms,
ceramic tile throughout main
living area. Inside utility
room. A bargain at
$47,900!
Kris Bender
Bender Realty, LLC
863-223-8708
863-521-9421 Cell
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
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.comrn

LARGE HOME ON SHADED
LOT with fenced back yard.
Great potential. Formal living
room and separate family
room; listed for $64,900 ID


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
#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.primneplusrealestate.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
.77 acre. Very shady lot with
plenty of room for your boat
plus room to expand: reduced


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
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.primneplus-
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

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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
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 it's 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


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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.primneplusrealestate.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-
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throughout, bedroom has car-
pet, screened porch has
ceramic tile, roof new 2009;
Amenities include: Pool, Rec.
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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
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

SECONb 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
om

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
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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
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
neighboring lot; listed at
$6,000 ID #911 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

HALF ACRE LOT located in a


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
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-
realestate.com

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
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

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
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
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om

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

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
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
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
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

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-
realestate.com
JUST OVER 5 BEAUTIFUL
ACRES This amazing country
setting is located in a gated
deed restricted community
and it's just waiting for you to
build the home of your
dreams, priced to sell at
$45,000 ID #LT30 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

HOME SITE, Nice half Acre
lot located in Beautiful Area of
Homes. Growing Region Cen-
trally Located between Winter
Haven and Lake Wales. Par-
tially Cleared and ready to
Build your First Home.
Reduced to $24,900 id #cc
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. (863) 676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.c
om

WOODED HOME SITE! 2
Acres of Beautiful Woods in
deed restricted community to
build your new home! Not too
far from Public Boat Ramp
into Lake Rosalie. Owner Moti-
vated and will look at all Rea-
sonable Offers! $39,900 id#
11209 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC (863) 676-
7040. www.primeplus-
realestate.com

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
863-676-7040
www.primeplusrealestate.com
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Sun Kay-FrostprooT
VACANT LAND Great loca- 204 Central Ave 2 bed/I
tion to build your home and bath concrete block home
have access to Walk-in-Water spacious kitchen, lots of


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE

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 includedon 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 with 100' 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


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE

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/1 bath con-
crete block home, carport,
fenced back yard, utility
shed, roof a/c and windows
less than five years old Ask-
ing only $59,000.00 Call
Cindy 528-0366, Key-
stone Realty 863-635-
0030


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
LOADED with amenities: 3BR
& 3BA 19 ft ceilings in great
room/kitchen/ foyer! Granite
fireplace/laminate & tile floor-
ing/some granite window
sills/surround sound inside &
outside/laundry chute/in-wall
& floor pest control/walk-in-
closets in all bedrooms/for-
mal dining room/breakfast
nook/office/double garage
PLUS 3 bedrooms upstairs
and one bath with tub/shower
& two separate vanity areas,
Master Suite downstairs with
Jacuzzi tub/separate show-
er/dual sinks, make-up
area/sitting bench & 2 walk-in-
closets. Office/laundry,
room/3rd bathroom also
downstairs. Kitchen has gran-
ite counter tops & island with
ice-machine & sink, built in
microwave & convection oven
so much more! 4BR/3BA 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
1030 WATERFRONT HOMES
LAKE FRONT-ACCESS HOMES
JUST LISTED! 200+ feet on
Lake Reedy, 1.7 acres, beau-
tiful 3BR/2.5BA home with
heavy-gauge metal-roof, open
great room/kitchen/dining area
with panoramic view of Lake
Reedy, beautiful kitchen with Kraft
Maid cabinets,fine appliances
including a gas stove top with ris-
ing vent and elect
convention/convection oven and
panoramic views from huge cor-
ner kitchen windows, "in-wall"
pest control, alarm system, tile
flooring, bonus room (office), dou-
ble garage & extra parking,
30x40 covered pole barn, dock
with elect and bench, sea. wall,
gazebo with gas grill/table for
entertaining outside and a screen
porch overlooking Lake Reedy! A
MUST SEE LAKEFRONT
HOME!
JUST LISTED! COZY BUNGA-
LOW Lake front Home!
*3BR/2BA with screen porch &
great views of Lake Reedy from
large living/dining room, master
bedroom has sitting area also
overlooking Lake Reedy, located
out of town on a small lot with a
* nice Dock on Lake Reedy. ASK-
ING $99,500
CLINCH LAKE 3BR/2BA home
with separate 1BR/1BA living
area for guests or friends! Home
has vaulted great room with living
area/dining/and kitchen com-
bined (oak cabinetry & all appli-
ances), split bedroom plan,
12x50 screen porch, has a great
view of Clinch lake, seawall &
dock and MANY MORE EXTRAS!
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,1BR/1BA downstairs, RV
port, privacy fenced, private 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
NEWER 2BR/2BA Lake Reedy
home, vaulted ceiling in Great
room, all rooms view lake, tile
throughout, nice Kitchen/appli-
ances, slate flooring on big
screen porch overlooking Lake
Reedy, & garage "Ready To
Occupy!" ASKING $207,500
FANTASTIC 2BR/2BA Lake.
Reedy home with super long
dock (boat house & elect lift), irri-
gated mature lawn, dog
kennel/run, very nice kitchen sev-
eral NEW appliances!, large open
living rm/Sun porch & screen
porch ALL OVERLOOKING LAKE
REEDY, as well as 2 sheds &
MORE! ASKING $199,000
SILVER LAKE, a crystal-clear,
white sandy bottom deep, private
lake! Comes FURNISHED!


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1030 WATERFRONT HOMES
1BR/1BA Home 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

1090 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
BREEZE HILL
ON WALK-IN-WATER LAKE
Community has clubhouse,
activities, heated pool, lake-
frontage, 2 docks, boat slips,
shuffle board courts and
paved roads.
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
$49,900
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
m
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
1110 OUT OF AREA HOMES
37 ACRE MIDDLE TN FARM
with 13 acre lake, nice home.
Selling at Absolute Auction,
Memorial Day. Van Massey
Auction Lic 1711. (931)433-
8686 Visit vanmassey.com
DEVELOPER FORCED LIQ-
UIDATION Smoky Mtn. Lake
,Property Priced @ Foreclo-
sure/Short sale. Up to 100%
Financing/5% interest. Hurry-
Only 30 Reservations avail-
able! (877)551-0550 ext 100
1210 HOMES FOR RENT
3br/lba home. $575 a
month. $400 deposit. No
pets. 863-224-0628. LW. *
4BR/2.5BA home! Call
Today! Must have references
ESTELLE SULLIVAN REAL-
TY
109 N. Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl 33843
863-632-2062
HOMES FOR RENT
Lake Wales- COZY 3 BD/2
BA with screened pool locat-
ed in Crown Pointe subdivi-
sion. It has an open floor plan
and spacious covered porch,
fenced backyard and 2 car
garage. Rent includes pool
care. Available mid Oct.
$995/month, SD $995. Call
Maggie Stohler at Legacy
Leasing Services, Inc 863-
676-0024 or visit www.Lega-


1210 HOMES FOR RENT
.cyLeases.com
Lake Wales- 3BR/2BA home
in Country Oaks that boasts a
spacious yard with a fully pri-
vacy-fenced backyard.
Includes 2 car garage with
automatic opener, 2 storage
sheds and Florida room.
$950/month, SD $950. Avail-
able early Oct. Call Maggie
Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 863-676-0024
or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com
Frostproof- NICE 3BR/2BA
home on quiet cul-de-sac.
Home has vaulted ceilings,
indoor utility room, covered
back porch and 2 car garage.
$900/month, SD $900. Avail-
able early Oct. Call Maggie
Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 863-676-0024
or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com
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 Securi-
ty Deposit. Call-Cole Vogel at
Legacy Leasing Services, Inc
863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com
Frostproof- 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.Lega-
cyLeases.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 utili-
ty room. Detached garage
provides additional storage.
Certain pets are ok. Available
early September.
$1100/month, $1100 Securi-
ty Deposit. Call Maggie
Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 863-676-0024
or visit
www.LegacyLeases.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.LegacyLeases.com
Nalcrest- 950 sqft of
Retail/Office Space for lease
in a community that boasts
500 apartments and approxi-
mately 800 residents. There
is an attached bathroom and
600 additional square feet
that could be added on to the
existing 950 sq ft. Water and
wifi included in rent.
$800/month.
Call Maggie Stohler at
Legacy Leasing Services, Inc
863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com
212 E. Stuart Ave.
Lake Wales, FL 33853

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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, 1st & 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, 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
www.Keystone-RealEstate.NET
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. Rent includes water
$450 mo.
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 $600 mo.
Kris Bender
Bender Realty, LLC
863-223-8708
863-521-9421 Cell

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1300 DUPLEXES FOR RENT
At Arbour wood LW spaces
2br/2ba. Include w/d. $650 a
month. Call 863-604-2773
Day. 863-696-2893 Evening.
FOR RENT Duplex Apartment.
Lake Side close in. (863)-676-
6201...
1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT

COLONIAL SQUARE
APARTMENTS
SPRING SPECIALS!
1 and 2 Bedroom apts with
central a/c and heat, large
floor plans, big closets
& FREE WATER
Starting at $475/ month
Move-In Specials too
Call 24/7: 866-485-
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1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT

OAKWOOD MANOR
APARTMENTS
PRICES REDUCED FOR
LEASE UP!
Our updated villa-style
apartment homes provide
comfortable living at a
great price. Rates include
water.
Studio from only $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

1340 MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT
BARTOW 2BD, 1BA, C/H/A,
clean new carpet quiet area.
$450.mo. some utilities incl
863-559-2230 or 352-426-3840
WConnersville Area, 2 Bed-:
rooms, 1 and a half Bath,
Call: 863-533-5767

1390 VACATION/
SEASONAL RENTALS
WINTER RENTAL 3 month
minimum: 3BR/2BA cottage
with dock ASKING CALL
ESTELLE SULLIVAN REAL-
TY
109 N. Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl 33843
863-632-2062

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the Classifieds!

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
NEW LISTING! Lake Reedy
Estates 1 acre cleared drive
and area for site built home!
$9,000 1 Ac Lake Access
water/sewer for 1 site built
home only City lot, water &
sewer, lake view, home only
$23,900
$18,500 1 Ac Lake Access
(home only) JUST LISTED
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 Now
(800)709-5253


1520 OUT OF TOWN LOTS
BANK APPROVED SALE
Smith Lake Alabama
Deep Dockable Home Sites
from $59,900 (take virtual
tour at LiveLakefrront.com)
26 prime lake front lots
ordered sold October 12th.
Buy at pennies on the dollar-
all must go! Open or wooded,
level throughout to the water's
edge. Make an early appoint-
ment. Bank's loss Your gain!
Don't miss. It's unbelievable
land at an unbelievable price.
Call now for early appoint-
ment! 1-877-448-6816.
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN
LAND LIQUIDATION
1.37 acres, national forest
access, only $9,800. Was
$74,900. Hardwood setting,
breathtaking mountain/valley
views. Mild climate, tremen-
dous 4 season recreation.
Paved roads, UG utilities,
water. Excellent financing.
Call 1-866-952-5303 Ext. 21.
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
UNRESTRICTED
ACREAGE ON
CUMBERLAND PLATEAU!
50-89 acres starting at
$78,000. Heavily wooded,
minutes from 4 State Parks &
TN River. 877-282-4409.
1610 BUSINESS RENTALS
REDUCED! Commercial prop-
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pneumatic trailer experience.
Call today! (800)491-9029.
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walesnews.com. or call
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OTR DRIVERS- Food Grade
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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 would also be 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
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KINETICO 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
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pelican pest prevention
SERVICING THE TERMITE AND
THE PEST CONTROL NEEDS OF
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6012 GARAGE SALES
Family Yard Sale. Fri & Sat.
Sept 27th & 28th. From 8 till
4pm. 398 Virgina Walnut St.
Frostproof.

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

6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS

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


HOW
you can place a
PICTURE
of your item
for sale
in your
classified ad!
6165 STORAGE SHEDS/
BUILDINGS

Cook Portable Shed
12X10 13ft $1,500.
Call Lisa 863-582-2848

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/
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Ext.300N
6270WANTEDTO
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 AveG NW
Winter Haven
Mon-Sat 10am-5:3Opm
Call first to confirm I'm there
863-299-6031
Our 33rd Year.
REAL GOVT 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


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CLASSIFIED


September 25,2013


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 570401-0585. $5,500
obo. Lake Placid.




1991 Harley Davison FLHS.
4,500 miles. Black in color.
Many extras. Call 570-401-
0585. $8,500 or obo. Lake
Placid.


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1995 Chrysler Cirrus LX
Sedan.$2,495.Purple. Stock#
531780. Well maintained and
ready for its.next enthusiastic
-owner. Call Sorensen &
Schade. 800-639-5337.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS

I J


1998 Dodge Dakota, 5SP, 4
cyl, No A/C, 208,608, Black,
$1,500.'
SCash 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.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS





2001 Toyota Camry-
$5,500- P589220A. Call
Tony at 863-438-3333.


beaani.biaCnK. Z)'+iZ6o. JitHCMF
B13134A. 4-Speed Automatic
with Overdrive, GRAND SPORT,
and VALUE PLUS. Call Can-
non's Car City 863-248-
8665.


Burgundy, $,999. Automat-
ic. .Stock# 370208. 4dr
Sedan, 4-spd, 6-cyl 180 hp
engine, MPG: 21 City32 High-
way. Call Corona Auto Sales
863-551-8041.


199 MGIIC uburban 'IUN
2WD 1500. Price $3,999.
Stock#: P5121A. 8-cylinder
5.7L V8. Automatic 4-speed. -
Kelley's Used Cars. 863- 2002 Ford Mustang. Blue.
269-0977. 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.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


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




2003 Cheys S-10 4x2 X-
Cab V-6. Auto guaranteed
credit approval. $6995. Very
nice truck. Family Auto 863-
679-7888.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS




2004 Chrysler Town & 2005 Ford F150 Supercab
Country Touring Minivan/ XLT package automatic. 5.4
Van. $5,600. 4dr. 3.80 3.8L V8. Hitch certified w/110 pt
V6 OHV. 4-speed. Automatic. inspection. Limited powertrain
Butane Blue .Stock# warranty. Stock#T3145A
B14002A. Call Cannon's Car $10,970. Call Tom Edwards
City 863-248-8665. Chrysler Dodge Jeep at
A1 1^- 863-533-0793.
'^lul^^^ Niias..L.^^a-


$12,995. 2dr. Automatic.
Torch Red. Stock#
D5109110A. Call Tom at
863-402-4230.


2003 Chrysler PT Crusier 20
Touring SUV. $5,600. White. K6
Stock#.P7774. 2.40 2.4L 4- 43
cylinder SMPI DOHC 16V. Call
Cannon's Car City 863-
248-8665.


2004 Mazda 31- $6,999-
U202584A. Call Tony at
863-438-3333.


2005 Hummer H2 SUT. Call
for price. Stock#: P5127. 8-
cylinder 6.0L V8. Automatic 4-
speed. White. Kelley's Used
Cars. 863-269-0977.


.UUbP rUnIIaUl VlUlllU Rill
Sedan Silver Automatic.
$3,995. Call Sal at 863-
956-2277.
5'* ^.!^ J _-. -


/tULU A-(IedII. UL
credit approval $799!
ly Auto. 863-679-7
ATT '


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.

find your Best
Friend in the I
Laflde.!


1996 Chevy PK, Auto, 6 cyl,
A/C, Util. LT, 4x4, 99,880,
$2,300.
Cash 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 Ford F-150 Pickup
Green Automatic. $4,295.
Call Sal at 863-956-2277.


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.


2001 Cadillac DeVille
Sedan Gold Automatic.
$3,895. Call Sal at 863-
956-2277.


2001 Chevrolet Blazer SUV
Silver Automatic. $4,295. Call
Sal at 863-956-2277.


zUuJL nyuIIUdl I IUUUII rnu.
$5995. Leather, Auto, Pwr
Pkg, 60K Miles. STK#
K446577A. Call Joe at 863-
471-2885.




Hallmark enclosed trailer.
24ft long 8ft wide, & 8ft high.
$4500. Call 863-699-9701.
0


2zz02 Infiniti QX4 Luxury
SUV. $7,800. 4dr. 3.50 3.5L
V6 DOHC. 4-speed Automatic
with override. Dark Blue.
Stock# P7788. Call Can-
non's Car City 863-248-
8665.
FIND YOUR
BEST FRIEND
IN THE -
CLASSIFIEDS!





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


VVIIILt /ULUIII cLI,. ,,Ol'+ ;. wtanll
Sal at 863-956-2277.





2002 Toyota Tacoma
Double Cab- $14,000.
U164397B.Call Tony at 863-
438-3333.
-IM


pUUo ,niivroueIL cidviie[
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 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
SUV. $10,695. 4dr. Automat-
ic. Indigo Blue Light Pewter
Metallic. Stock# D639B677A.
Call Tom at 863-402-4230.


2003 Dodge
Pickup Gree
$4,995. Call
956-2277.


SRam 1500 2005 Buick CXL SUV.
n Automatic. $9,995. 4dr. Automatic. Titani-
Sal at 863- um. Stock# N017274A. Call
Tom at 863-402-4230.


2003 Ford Explorer-
$6,000- U384309B. Call
Tony at 863-438-3333.




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 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.




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.


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


2006 Ford Five Hundred
SEL Sedan. $9,995. 4dr. 6-
speed. Automatic. Black.
Stock# N289467B. Call Tom
at 863-402-4230.


oLI. rRu. Autumaiu c-spt.eu.
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.
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2uuo 5 nrysier iown ana
Country Touring Mini-Van.
$6,995. Gold. Stock #
C6084A. Call Sorensen & 2006 Hyundai Elantra 4dr
Schade. 800-639-5337 sdn GIs Auto. $8,459. Red.
Automatic. Stock#: J3869.
^g N ~Call 863-665-2800.


2005 Dodge Caravan.
White. Automatic. $4,999.
Stock# 416108. Passenger 2006 Mercury Grand Mar-
Van, 4-spd, 4-cyl 150 hp hp quis LS Sedan. $7,995.
engine, MPG: 20 City26 High- Green. Stock #C6076A. Call
way. Call Corona Auto Sales Sorensen & Schade. 800-
863-551-8041. 639-5337.


_________ 2006 Pontiac G6 Silver.
2005 Ford Escape SUV. Auto A/CP/WPA/, Local
$10,996. 4dr. Automatic. Trade. $8995. STK#
Dark Shadow Grey. .Stock# T651106A. Call Joe at 863-
N902133B. Call Tom at 471-2885.
863-402-4230.
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zuuWJ ruiu IApIUiCe ALI
Tan. 4x4, V6, P/W,P/L,A/C.
$9995. Stk# RA442. 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.


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7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


2007 Chevy Tahoe Lt.
White S1899b. 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-


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 ChrysJer Dodge
Jeep at 863-533-0793.
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* 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-
679-7888.


2007 Pontiac G6 Base
Sedan. $8,249. 4dr. 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.




. 2008 Dodge Durango Lim-
ited SUV. $15,997. Silver.
Stock# C5027A. Call
Sorensen & Schade. 800-
639-5337.




2008 Honda Civic 2DR CPE
SEX AT. Stock#: P5046A. Auto-
matic 5-speed. Black. 4-cylin-
der 1.8L 4 Gyls. Price
$10,999. Kelley's Used Car.
863-269-0977.


2008 Hyundai Santa Fe
Limited. Price $11,999.
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#
Cl1139. Automatic. Call 863-
665-2800.




2009 Chevrolet HHR FWD.
4dr LT W/ILT. Red. Automat-
ic. Stock#: J3779. $11,290.
Call 863-665-2800.




2009 Hyundai Elantra
Sedan. $11,999. 4dr. Auto-
matic. Ouick Silver. Stock#
K760724A. Call Tom at 863-
402-4230.




2009 Hyundai Sonata 4dr
Sdn 14 Auto GIs. $8,999.
Green. Automatic. Stock#:
Cl1142. Call 863-665-2800.
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2009 Scion Xb 5dr Wgn
Auto (NatI). $15,999. Blue.
-Automatic. Stock#: J3864.
Call 863-665-2800.


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.



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




2010 Dodge Ram. Brown.
$2,8995. 4x4,20" Wheels,
P/W, P/L. STK# PK20860.
Call Joe at 863-471-2885.

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2011 Ford Fusion SEL.
Price $14,999. Stock#:
P4981. 4-cylinder 2.5L 4cyls.
Automatic-6-speed. Steel blue
metallic. Kelley's Used Cars.
863-269-0977.




2011 Kia Soul Gray Auto,
A/C, PWR PKG, Local Trade.
$14995. STK# F8"11266B.
Call Joe at 863-471-2885.


2012 Chevy Malibu LT2
Black. $17995. Leather, Sun-
roof, Chrome Pkg. STK#
RK20853. Call Joe at 863-
471-2885.
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2012 Chrysler 200 Convert
Convertible. $17,500. White.
Stock# CC1596. 2DR. Call
Sorensen & Schade. 800-
639-5337.




2012 Chrysler Town &
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.




2012 Dodge Gr. Caravan.
White. $18995. Dual, Pwr Slid-
ers, Dual A/C, Local Trade.
STK# RK20831A. Call Joe at
863-471-2885.




2012 Dodge Journey SXT
Sw/ 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.




2012 Ford Focus. White.
Auto, A/C, Stereo, Local
Trade. $14995. STK#
T034543B. Call Joe at 863-
471-2885.




2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Overland SUV. $34,995.
Blue. Stock# CD4089. Call
Sorensen & Schade. 800-
639-5337.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS




2011 Mazda. Mazda 3.4dr.
Sdn. Auto I Touring. $15,489.
Gray. Automatic. Stock#:
J3883. Call 863-665-2800.




2012 Chevrolet Malibu
2L2. Price $19,995. Stock#:
P5083. Silver. 6-cylinder 3.6L
V6. Automatic 6-speed. Kel-
ley's Used Cars. 863-269-
0977.
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\^ USE CLASSIFIED!


2013 Chevrolet Spark 1LT
Auto Hatchback. $13,986.
4dr. 4-speed Automatic.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS




2012 Nissan Altima. Silver.
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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Denim. Stock# RA434A. Call M, --^
Tom at 863-402-4230.


Stock # 1024154. Was
$.11,880. Now $10,999. Sav-
2013 Chevy Suburban ing $881. New 2014 Viking
Black. $38995. Leather, Rear Pop Up camper made
C, 3rdRowSeating.STK#exclusively for Camping
RK20847. Call Joe ati 863. World. Come by and check it
47188 Cl out! Call 866-906-9755 or
47-2 .visit us online at
.P' i- twww.campingworldqfbar-



2013 Dodge Avenger SE I 1
Sedan.$16,600. Black. Stock
#CC1597. Call Sorensen & 21 C
Schade. 800-639-5337. Stocks 20151C. $9,299.
Pre- Owned 2004 Sun Val-
"ley Sun Lite M955SD Truck
Camper. Call 866-906-
- 9755 or visit us online at
www.campingworldofbartow.c
om.
2013 Dodge Charger SE.om
Power seat, aluminum wheels,
cd/mp3, keyless/security, A Bargain Hunters
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[.IlLdSI cI r L IV UVV p w I VV lUWIV.
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.
Seize the sales
with Clnssifimd!


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.

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2013 Ford Escape SEL Sil-
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.


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Stoc# 479Ci66. Was
$37,599 Now $31,995. Sav-
ing $5,604. 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
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Stock# 491281A. $4,999.
Pre-Owned 1997 Fleetwood
Terry 27 travel trailer. Call
866-906-9755 or visit us
online at www.campingworld-
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Stock# 492082. Was
$35,985 Now $29,999. Sav-
ing $5,986. New 2014 Key-
stone Premier 22RB Travel
Trailer. Options include 8 cu ft
refrigerator and 15k BTU AC.
Call 866-906-9755 or visit
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F-150 XLT 4-Door 4x2. Very
nice truck. Low miles 93,000.
Guaranteed credit approval.
Price to sell $6995. Family
Auto. 863-679-7888.
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JON BOAT, 14ft. 6hp John-
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Stc,:Pf 785755A. Was
$29,000. Now $21,995. Sav-
ing $7,005. Pre-ownft
2011 Forest River Rock-
wood 8306SS Travel Trail-
er. Bunks, front island bed and
hide-a-bed sofa. Call 866-
906-9755 or visit us online
at www.campingworldof-
bartow.com.





Stocp# 82891A. Was
$32,995. Now $29,995. Sy&v-
ing $3,000. Pre- Ownrd
2011 K-Z Durango 305HB
Fifth Wheel. 2 -slide outs,
patio awning, and power 5th
wheel jack. Call 866-906-
9755 or visit us online at
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Stoc # 64788. Was $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-
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Stock t 720592. 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
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Stock# 73496A. Was
$58,745. Now $48,495. Sav-
ing $10,250. Pre-Owned
2006 Winnebago View 23H
Class B Plus. Bunk over cab,
convection/microwave,electric
patio awning. Call 866-906-
9755 or visit us online at
www.campingworldofbar-
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