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Frostproof, Polk County Florida 33843


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City creates new community center funding


By BRIAN ACKLEY
BACKLEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
Frostproof may have a new commu-
nity center in its future, but not any
time real soon.
However, city commissioners have
approved setting aside $20,000 a year in
Frostproof's annual budget, hoping one
day to construct a new building on the


site of the current Frostproof Woman's
Club.
That building is in disrepair, city
officials said, and will likely be taken
down. City Public Works Chief James
Keene said he had one estimate that
pegged demolition costs at $8,500. The
city currently has about $28,000 set
aside for the building project, and will
take the demolition costs from that


fund.
City officials cited a litany of con-
cerns about the old building, including
rotting wood, which currently is rented
by Kings Trail Church for their use, and
Weight Watchers. The two tenants bring
into the city about $7,600 in annual
revenue.
The building needs a new air con-
ditioning system, and city officials


are not wanting to make any major
investments in the structure, instead
preferring to squirrel away money each
year until a new steel structure could
be built.
"We will tear down the Woman's
Club at some point, but as long as it
continues to be safe and functional, it
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Study: Lake Reedy would

benefit from development


By JAMES COULTER
FROSTPROOFNEWS@ HEARTLAND
SNEWSPAPERS.COM
Downtown Frostproof, along
with the area south of Lake
Reedy, the industrial area, and
business'park center, would
benefit the most from econom-
ic redevelopment, according to
preliminary data and analysis
from a Finding of Necessity


study by the Central Florida
Regional Planning Council.
Planning Director Jennifer
Codo-Salisbury presented
these preliminary findings to
city council members during a
meeting on Monday.
The findings were from
preliminary data that were


STUDY 12
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Superintendent

here Oct. 14.
Polk County's newv school super-
intendent will be visiting Frostproof
Middle Senior High School Oct. 14 for
a public meeting.
It is Kathryn LeRoy's second public
visit to a school here. A couple of
weeks ago, she held an outreach pro-
gram at Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Elementary
School specifically designed for


LEROY 112 Kathryn LeRoy


Grants boost kids at Frostproof Elementary


By BRIAN ACKLEY
BACKLEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM

Frostproof Elementary School has a
few extra dollars in its pocket this fall
thanks to the generosity of two corpo-
rations that have provided staff and
students with $4,000 in grants.
The money came in the form of
$2,000 checks each from BP Petrolum
and Target as part of special community
and school programs that the respective
corporations offer. The money from
BP was obtained and presented locally
by Quality Petroleum Corporation of
Lakeland.
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Petroleum in Lakeland, gather to accept a $2,000 grant from BP that will be
used to help students at the school.


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Annette True leans in as she announces to the crowd that principal Kyle Windham won the Kiss the Pig contest
and had to kiss one. Here he does that at the homecoming pep rally Friday at Frostproof Middle Senior High
School. This was part of a fundraising effort where students placed loose change in ajar to vote for a variety
of teachers and staff members and Windham won. The fundraiser was for FFEA (Florida's Future Educators of
America) for Teacher Appreciation Activities planned in May.


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Compiled by BILL ROGERS
BROGERS @ HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
During a meeting that lasted only
about 45 minutes on Oct. 1 the Lake
Wales City Commission approved all of
the items on the consent agenda by a
5-0 vote.

Agreement with
Highlands Oil
Commissioners approved an agree-
ment with Highlands Oil Co. Inc.
of Lake Wales for the purchase and
delivery of fuel.
Staff solicited sealed bids for the pur-
chase and delivery of fuel as the current
fuel delivery contract expires Oct. 31.
Highlands Oil was the only qualified
bidder to respond with a proposal. They
responded with a firm markup of $0.12
per gallon for unleaded gasoline and On
Road Diesel and $.10 per gallon for Off
Road Diesel.

Contract with Gill's
Heating and Cooling
The commission approved the
contract with Gill's Heating and Cooling
of Babson Park for HVAC repair and
service for a term beginning Oct. 2,
2013, and expiring on Sept. 30, 2014,
with two one-year options to renew.
The city has more than 40 air condition-
er units to maintain and the city owned
appliances. Staff advertised a request
for proposals requesting contractors to
provide a repair and cost methodology
for the heating and cooling elements of
the city.

Permit OK'd for church event
Commissioners approved the special
event permit application will allow
the House of Prayer Church to hold
their annual "October Fest" on Oct. 26
and allow for thetemporary closing of
Seminole Avenue from First Street to
Scenic Highway between the hours of
12 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Pastor Edward Pittman of the House
of Prayer Church submitted the appli-
cation for the annual "October Fest"
at 506 N. First Street. The church will
be having a Bounce House, carnival
booths, kid games, hot dogs, hamburg-
ers, chips, desserts and sodas at their
Activity Center located across the street
on Seminole Avenue. .

Gravel appointed to board
Heidi Gravel was reappointed to
serve as a member to the Parks and
Community Appearance Advisory Board
for a term expiring on July 1, 2016.


School sign can be
in right-of-way
Polk County School Board has
requested permission to locate a sign
for the Spook Hill Elementary School in
the City's road right-of-way on Dr. J. A.
Wiltshire Avenue.
An indemnification agreement ap-
proved by the commission and a permit
from the city manager are required.
The grassy area between the school
parking area and the street where the
sign is proposed is almost all in the
city's road right-of-way.

Easement granted
The commission granted a 10-foot
distribution easement to Duke Energy
Florida Inc. for the city property
located at 325 S. Scenic Highway (Depot
Museum Complex).
SIn January of this year, the commis-
sion approved a request by staff to
repair the septic system at the complex.
On June 18, commissioners approved
a contract with Brock Excavation Inc. to
repair the septic system at the complex.
Duke Energy informed the city that in
order to move forward with the instal-
lation of electrical for the facilities lift
station, it is requiring a 10-foot distribu-
tion easement.
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Staff to apply for grant
Staff will be able to submit a grant
requesting funding from Florida
Department of Transportation in the
amount of $16,000 for 30 mobile print-
ers for police vehicles in order to begin
an e-citation program where citations
are submitted electronically.
For federal fiscal year 2014 seeking
grant proposals which align with
priorities established by Florida's Traffic
Records Coordinating Committee for
improving specific state traffic records
systems. To accomplish this vision, the
committee is committed to maximizing
the efficiency and effectiveness of traffic
records, data resources, collection, anal-
ysis, and reporting.
The grant application seeks to achieve
these goals by submitting citations to
the Clerk of Courts electronically. A
key component of this effort is to have
mobile printers in each of the police ve-
hicles. This will improve the accuracy of
driver records and timeliness of adding
new information and ensure a uniform
data exchange among all entities.

Pioneer Days to be
submitted for award
'Florida League of Cities is soliciting
nominations for the annual Florida
Municipal Achievement Awards.


Staff would like to submit the annual
Pioneer Days event for an award that
showcases the history of a community.
A recommendation letter from the
mayor on behalf of the commission is
required for the nomination packet.
The Florida Municipal Achievement
Awards program is open to city, town or
village governments that are members
of the Florida League of Cities. A city
may submit only one nomination from
among several categories. One category
is "Re-enactments, Performing Arts,
Festivals and Tours." The award honors
those events that celebrate a communi-
ty's history.


Proclamation for
Circle of Friends Week
Mayor Gene Fultz read a proclama-
tion making Circle of Friends Week
Oct. 13-19.
This is the first time the ministry,
which was organized in 1995, has held
the event.
After the proclamation was read,
Mertice Kelly of Circle of Friends gave
Katie Kinloch, administrative
assistant for the city a certificate of
appreciation for her help in organiz-
ing a field trip for the students to City
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LW City Commission briefs


Wednesday, October 9,2013







BULLETIN BOARD


Winter Haven 9-12 Project
Group -Thursday evenings
The Winter Haven 9-12 Project is a
group of patriots with conservative values
who believe in and practice the nine
principles and 12 values "which made
this country great," they say. The group
meets-every Thursday evening (excluding
Thanksgiving and Christmas) from 7 to
8:30 p.m. in the Chain-of-Lakes Complex,
poolside room, 210 Cypress Gardens
Blvd., Winter Haven. The group features
a variety of interesting speakers and has
discussion and education on different
subjects. The WH912 Project Group is
non-partisan, and the promotion of the
U.S. Constitution and core American
values is their goal, they say. Attendance
is free and open to all, regardless of polit-
ical persuasion. Additionally, all political
candidates are encouraged to come and
speak when the group has a calendar date
open. For more information, contact Dick
Hilliard at 863-676-2853.

Cracker Storytelling Festival
The Cracker Storytelling Festival will
take place at Homeland Heritage Park,


249 Church Avenue, Homeland, 33847, on
Friday, Oct. 11 and Sat. Oct. 12, from 9 am.
to 3 p.m. Polk County Parks & Recreation
presents the Cracker Storytelling Festival.
Featuring live storytellers and exhibits in a
historic venue. Admission is $6 for adults
and $4 for children. For more information,
call 863-534-3766 or visit parksandrec.
polk-county.net.

Spaghetti Supper
A homemade spaghetti supper with all
the trimmings will be held on Saturday,
Oct. 26, from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at
The First United Methodist Church of
Frostproof, located at 150 Devane Street
in Frostproof. Tickets are $7 for adults
and $5 for children, up to the age of 12.
For tickets and more information, call
the church office at 863-635-3107.

Lake Wales Music Club
The Lake Wales Music Club will be
meeting at the Episcopal Church of the
Good Shepherd on Thursday, Oct. 10, at
1 p.m. The program will be brought by the
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VIEWPOINT



No shutdown at Florida state parks


Despite a federal government shutdown,
Florida's 171 award-winning state parks,
greenways and trails are open for business,
offering Floridians and visitors the oppor-
tunity to enjoy the state's natural, cultural
and historic resources.
The statepark system has been recog-
nized as one of the best in the country, and
with good reason. Shining examples are
close to home at Lake Kissimmee State Park
in Lake Wales and Highlands Hammock
State Park in Sebring.
If you haven't been to Lake Kissimmee
State Park you are surely missing one of our
local gems. The park boasts a cowboy camp
re-enactment that depicts the old cracker
lifestyle. i
Highlands Hammock State Park is also an
area gem. If you haven't been for a while,
we.encourage you to revisit a piece of
paradise.
A pristine hammock, miles of walking


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trails, a paved loop foad that traverses the
park, playgrounds, picnic areas, camping,
the Civilian Conservation Corps museum...
the list goes on and on.
A tram tour is a treat for new visitors and
park residents alike. The tram is currently
not running on South Canal due to ex-
tremely high water from heavy rains but
the narrated tour is still educational and
an adventure in itself. Regularly scheduled
tram tours are at 1 p.m. Tuesday through.
Friday and at 1 and 2:30 p.m. on Saturday
and Sundays.
Campers can choose between the com-
forts of electricity, water and organized
activities at ie mrnain campground, or they
can opt for primitive camping in other
areas of the park. Adventurous parkgoers
can follow elevated catwalks deep into the


Highland Hammock swamp where they
have a good chance to see an assortment
wildlife and, perhaps, alligators.
Throughout October, Florida's state parks
will celebrate Florida Greenways and Trails
Month with a focus on hiking, bicycling,
horseback riding, canoeing and kayaking
activities. Park rangers and volunteers will
host special events and are taking advan-
tage of Florida's slightly cooler temperature.
While national parks are being shut
down because of instability in Washington,
Florida's parks, greenways and trails are
available for all to enjoy
The park system offers technology to
help plan your outings. Visit the website
www.FloridaStateParks.org or download
the Florida State Parks Pocket Ranger app,
available on iTunes and Android Market by
searching "Official Florida State Parks" and
is identified under ParksByNature Network.
It is also available on PocketRanger.com.


Letters to the editor


Give us evidence of claims


Editor,
Bashing "wasteful government
spending" is a popular cottage industry,
yet many of those who are employed in
it focus their ire on programs designed
to help the poor, rather than those that
help the filthy rich.Why is that?
1 read with some incredulity a recent
letter in your pages which slammed
columnist Paul Krugman and the SNAP
program for helping children "grow
up healthy." The writer then made the
claim that unemployment is much,
much worse than statistics would seem
to-indicate, which only increases the
need for such emergency aid. He fur-
ther claimed that SNAP food credit was
being used at Disney, casinos, and other
inappropriate places. I seriously doubt
that he can produce a shred of evidence
to back up that claim. '
Few on the right seem to mind that
tax credits handed out like candy to
corporations like oil companies and


Thank you
Editor
In the beginning there was a litter
of Chiweenie puppies. One now lives
with my daughter and her family, and
another, Darla, lives with a dear friend.
On Sept. 26, I agreed to doggy-sit her
Darla. I work at Johnson Funeral Home,
and on Friday afternoon Darla made an
escape. Everything went terribly wrong.
A hard target search was launched. A
guy across Scenic Highway at Hartline's
saw the dog was headed west, oblivious
to traffic.
I made and posted signs all over
Northwest Lake Wales. So many caring
people called with their concerns:
"I saw her, come look at this dog we


mega-agri-businesses amount to
hundreds of billions of dollars each
year, dwarfing the size of SNAP. Those
companies often report quarterly prof-
its in the tens of billions, yet pay zero
in federal taxes. The workingpeople of
the nation carry the freight while those
corporations skate away from the costs.
To further slant the cost, earnings'
based upon investments, which can
amount to millions or billions of
dollars, are taxed at a lower "capital
gains" rate than earnings achieved by
the sweat of one's brow. Why should a
working person pay a higher income
tax rate than someone who lounges on
their yacht while their billions grow?
Tax and spending fairness is a laud-
able goal, and everyone hates waste,
but I would suggest that too many are
looking only under the rocks that match
their ideological colors.
Robert Connors
: Lake Wales


for the help
found, I'm sure we've found Darla." Last
Thursday another call came in; "Hey, a
-guy I workwith saw your poster, I think
I have your dog!"
Sure enough, it was Darla. She's safely
home and will be happily returned to
her vacationing dear friend dog-mom
soon. Right now she is duct-taped to my
right arm.
Thank you to everyone who looked
out for her and helped me bring Darla
home, especially Tina Lehning. She's
just a little brown eight-week-old pup-
py, the one with the big floppy ears.
With much love and gratitude.
Mike Hook
Lake Wales


Obamacare is pig in a poke;

House GOP protects us all


In answer to Paula Dockery's recent
question, what's happened to the
Republican Party: some of us actually
still believe in Constitutional govern-
ment. Nothing in the Constitution
states we .-have to roll over for a
government leviathan that is neither
cot'petent, beneficial nor operating
constitutionally..
Checks and balances were built into
the Constitution so that the House
of Representatives could protect the
people from government tyranny
and caprice through the power of
the purse. That's where the word
Republican comes from: it's a republic.
It's not a monarchy or a winner-take-all
government.
American people have made their
voices clear to their representatives,
as I have to mine: Please don't buckle.
Don't fund Obamacare. You don't have


PhillipPettus.

Lake Wales, Florida

to ever.
To protect the nation from this very
stupid and expensive law with so many
ad hoc waivers and illegal exceptions,",
this House and any future House is -
Constitutionally empowered to defmund
it. If other branches want to shut the
government down, it's on them.
Former State Senator Paula Dockery, "
who eccentrically still claims to be a
Republican, has been sitting on the
sidelines throwing grenades at her own
team since she was not taken seriously
as a candidate for governor in 2010.
PETTUS$S


We welcome your letters ....
Letters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we do have some rules. Please keep them to less than 250 words. Letters will be edited to length as well as grammar and spelling. AllI letters must be signed with full
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community discourse and the opinions and statements made in letters are solely those of the individual writers. Readers in the Lake Wales area can send letters and column submissions to letters@lakewalesnews.com
or mail them to 140 East Stuart Avenue, Lake Wales Fl. 33853.


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Wednesday, October.9, 2013




Wednesday, October 9,2013 The News Page 5


The Inquiring

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Willyou be better

off with your current

insurance coverage or

Obamacare?


Carol Durkin Dale Bradford Linda Anderson
Lake Wales Lake Wales Lake Wales


I think I'm fine with my coverage.
I'm all for it (Obamacare). We have so
many people who need help.


I'm pleased with my coverage.


If the government could do some-
thing like Tricare, which is for
veterans, then that would work.


Pram Fleet sailing is in session

The Lake Wales Pram Fleet 2013
Fall sailing session is in full swing.
Beginning sailors learn basic sailing .. ..
skills; B- fleet sailors (skippers who have
completed the beginner session) learn
sailing tactics and are introduced to
racing, and A-fleet skippers race each
week for accumulated points. The laser
sailors are skippers who have aged out r
of the Optimist dinghy. Laser boats are
both bigger and faster. The program is ,,
open to kids between the ages of 9-15.
If anyone is interested in sailing, call ..
Patty McKeeman at 638-3546 for more .
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WALES NEWS Laser sailors Michale Robarts, Quentin Ballen-
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PETTUS
FROM PAGE4
She rose without a trace to the
state legislature, and her influence
on Florida law and on 'tie Florida
Republican Party during her years in
Tallahassee is too slight to measure.
The only reason she appears in print
and on the air is the media loves and
showcases anyone who criticizes'
conservatives. If this someone is also
a Republican (or claims to be one), so
much the better.
The daughter of a Democratic
Party boss, Ms. Dockery only ran as a
Republican because that was the party
much in favor in Polk County then (as
now). Now she casts off Republican and
conservative principles as shamelessly
as Charlie Crist does:. She never had
any understanding of or loyalty to the


party she so glibly criticizes now. With
Republicans like Dockery, we really
don't need Democrats. '
If the three-year-old law is so good,
why are so many arbitrary exceptions
granted to rich and powerful polit-
ical donors? Why is anything being
capriciously put off for some while
the ordinary guy is expected to abide
by tyrannical mandates because they
have no influence or favor with the big
boys and girls in the White House and
the Democratic Party? Where in the
Constitution does it say the President
can rewrite his law to suit-himself or his
party?
If Obamacare is so good for peons,
why doesn't.it apply to Congress and
its staff exactly as it applies to any,
other citizen? Why aren't Democratic
Senators and Congressmen required
to go online and join an exchange or
find their own private health insurance
with their own money and not taxpayer


subsidies? This is another glaring
unlawful carve-out that the House can
protect us all from.
This law is a pig in a poke and to do
anything to further its implementation,
including funding it, is to cooperatively
walk to the gallows that hangs the U.S.
economy, our individual and personal
freedom and thus the entire nation.
Obamacare completes the transfor-
mation where we are all now slaves and
dependents of the state. Stopping the
funding is the Constitutional remedy
and if a shutdown is what the President
wants, it's his choice. The House should
not fund any of it nor any continuing
resolution that imperils the nation's
economy and our future. House GOP
members should not go wobbly under
pressure from the Chicken Wing of the
Republican Party.
Some things are important enough to
fight for.
That 850,000 (or fewer) U.S.


employees are temporarily inconve-
nienced is of far less importance than
what will happen to the whole nation
under Obamacare.
Nowhere in the Constitution does it
say government employees are per-
petually entitled to anything without
occasional interruption due to checks
and balances. A government paycheck
is a privilege, not a right. Anyone com-
plaining about his/her benefits being
interrupted can tell it to the ghosts of
the ContinentalArmy of 1776.
More than 40 years ago I was a
government employee in the USMC
and I swore to uphold the entire
Constitution, including the part that
says all money bills originate in the
House.
Strange as it may seem, many of us
in fly-over country are not government
employees and we work hard and run
businesses to live in freedom. Our
inconvenience is greater.


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CALENDAR and


Wednesday, Oct. 9
Veterans Affairs, B Street Community
Center, 1 to 3 p.m. 863-679-8091.
Lake Wales Library Board, 11 a.m.,
290 Cypress Gardens Street in Lake Wales
(close to the train tracks on Scenic Hwy.)
at the Lake Wales Library. For more in-
formation, contact Tina Peak, librarian,
at peakt@cityoflakewales.com.
Planning and Zoning Board, Lake
Wales, 5 to 6 p.m., 201 W. Central
Ave. For more information, contact
sdescheen@cityoflakewales.com.

Thursday, Oct. 10
Homecoming Parade in Downtown
Lake Wales. More details TBA. Contact:
- 863-679-6560, ext. 227.
CRA Citizens Advisory Committee,
5:30 to6 p.m., 201 W.,Central Ave.
e-reader Support Group for hands-on
assistance with the library's download-
able e-book collection, OverDrive. No
registration necessary. Bring e-reader
and laptop. Kindle users should know
their Amazon.com login and password.
Main lobby at 6 p.m.
Sons of the American Legion Post 71
meeting the second Thursday of every
month at 43W Park Ave., Lake Wales,
863-589-5689.

SFriday, Oct. 11
Main Street Meeting, 8:30 to 10 a.m.,
Care Center Youth Coffee House, Stuart
Avenue. For more information, contact
info@lakewalesmainstreet.com.


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

Saturday, Oct. 12
Chess for kids every Saturday at 12 p.m.
at Lake Wales Public Library Children's
Room, 290 Cypress Garden Lane, 863-
678-4004 for more information.
Fall Fresh Market held on the grounds
at the historic L.B. Brown house, 470 L.B.
Brown Avenue, Bartow. Every Saturday
morning: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. through
Oct. 26. Vendor space limited. For infor-
mation, contact: Maria- 813-501-3238
or email Centralfloridaevent services@
gmail.com.
Lake Wales Downtown Farmers
Market every 2nd & 4th Saturday, 8 a.m.
to noon. Market Square between Stuart
Ave. and Park Ave. Locally grown, fresh
produce. Mike Morrow, 863-412-6960 or
email mike.lwcc@gmail.com.
Dr. JA. Wiltshire Scholarship
Foundation meeting every second
Saturday, 10 a.m., Lake Wales Medical
Center lunch room, 863-676-8703.
LW Medical Center's Healthy Woman:
Breast Cancer Awareness Walk from
8:30 to 10 a.m. 6thAnnual Healthy.
Woman Breast Cancer Awareness Walk
along scenic Lake Wailes, including
recognition of survivors. Get creative
and decorate a bra to wear over your
shirt for the decorated bra contest. Walk
as far as you'd like from 8:30-9:30, then
join everyone at the end for prizes and
recognition of survivors. Open to men
women and children. Kiwanis Park, (on
the shores of Lake Wailes).


Chili's Give Back Night for Dr. JA
Wiltshire Scholarship Foundation, the
2nd Saturday of each month from 4 to
9 p.m. at 23535 Hwy. 27.

* Monday, Oct. 14
Polk County Schools Full Time
Equivalent Week (FTE) Monday
through Friday.
Lake Wales Library Closed, In Service
Training.

* Tuesday, Oct. 15
Chess for Kids every Tuesday at
2 p.m. at Lake Wales Public Library


Children's Room, 290 Cypress
Garden Lane, 863-678-4004 for more
information.
Lake Wales City Commission
Meeting, 6 to 8 p.m., 201 W. Central
Ave.
* Wednesday, Oct. 16
Yoga and pickleball, see above
listings.
Lake Wales Housing Authority,
6 to 8 p.m., 10W. Sessoms Avenue.
Call Albert Kirkland for information,
863-676-7414.


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Wii Wednesday at Lake Wales
Library Third Wednesday of the
month is Wii Wednesday Oct. 16 at
3 p.m.

* Thursday, Oct. 17
e-reader Support Group for hands-
on assistance with the library's
downloadable e-book collection,
OverDrive. No registration necessary.
Bring e-reader and laptop. Kindle
users should know their Amazon.com
login and password. Main lobby at
2:30 p.m.

Board of Appeals, 9 to 10 a.m., City
Commission Chambers, 201 W Central
Ave. For more information, email
mswanson@cityoflakewales.com.
Alzheimer's Support Group every
third Thursday, Water's Edge, 10 Grove
Ave. W, Lake Wales. Charlmaine
Waldrop, 863-678-6800.
Historic District Regulatory Board,
5 p.m. to 6 p.m, 201W. Central Ave.,


contact sdesheen@cityoflakewales.com
for more information.
Citizens and Police Relations Committee,
6 p.m. to 7p.m., contact Jessica Thompson
atjthompson@cityoflakewales.com.

* Friday, Oct. 18
Fish fry every Friday, 6 to 8 p.m.,
B Street Community Center.

* Saturday, Oct. 19
Big Kahuna Paddle Challenge fundraiser
by LW Breakfast Rotary. The LakeWales
Breakfast Rotary Club held its first commu-
nity paddle challenge usingVoyageur ca-
noes in 2003. Its initial purpose was to raise
money toward the Club's Centennial Project
commemorating Rotary International's
100th Anniversary. To participate in the
event, which is a race, area businesses and
organizations pay an entry fee, most of
which goes to the Club's treasury Additional
funds are raised by leaderboard sponsors
and other forms of advertising. For more
information, visit info@lwbreakfastrotary.
corn orcall 863-555-1234.


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ORDER OF NOTICE IN FAMILY CASES
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, SUPERIORCOURT
JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF NEW HAVEN

Plaintiff's name: BUCKNER, MARCIA P
.-' Defendants name: BUCKNER, DEMETRIS D.

NOTICE TO: BUCKNER, DEMETRIS D.)
Return date: 10/22/2013
.The court has reviewed the motion for Order
Of Notice and the Complaint/Application/Motion
Which asks for: divorce (dissolution of marriage).
The Court finds that the current address of
The party to be notified is unknown and that
All reasonable efforts to find him/her have failed.
The COURT also finds that the last known address of the
Party to be notified was
153' Woodstork Way Frostproof, FL 33843
The COURT ORDERS that notice be given to
The party to be notified by placing a legal
Notice in the-Frostproof News a
Newspaper circulating in Frostproof Florida
Containing a true and attested copy of this Order of
Notice, and if accompanying a Complaint for
Divorce (dissolution of marriage), complaint for
Dissolution of civil union, legal separation
Or annulment, or if accompanying an Application
For custody or visitation, a statement that Automatic
Court Orders have been issued in the case as required
By Section 25-5 of the Connecticut Practice Book
And is a part of the Complaint/Application on file
With the Court. This notice should appear before
10/10/2013 for one time publication and proof of
Service shall be filed with this Court.
I Assistant Clerk: Patricia Nielsen, 09/10/2013


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


* Monday, Oct. 21
The Lake Wales Recreation
Commission, 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., City
Municipal Administration Building 201
W Central Ave. City Manager's Office.
For more information, call Jennifer
Nanek 678-4182, ext. 270, or email
jnanek@cityoflakewales.com.

* Tuesday, Oct. 22
Planning and Zoning Board, 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m., 201 W. Central Avenue.
Contact Margaret Swanson (Planning
& Development Director) by email at
mswanson@cityoflakewales.com.


Lake Wales Library: Campfire Tales
with the Florida Bat Conservancy Starts
at 5:30 p.m. Join us for stories, crafts and
bats. Program is sponsored by the Lake
Wales Library Association Friends of
the Library. All ages welcome.

* Monday, Oct. 28
Guardian Ad Litem information
booth, 10:30 a.m., Lake Wales Library;
A representative from the 10th Circuit
Court Guardian Ad Litem volunteer pro-
gram is available in the library's main
lobby to discuss this program. For more
information, call 863-534-4605.


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Polk regains seat on state GOP Party board


Polk County Republicans have
regained a seat on the Board of
Directors for the Republican Party of
Florida.
At the Fall Quarterly meeting in
Orlando the 17th Congressional
District Caucus elected Polk
Republican State Committeeman J.C.
Martin as Chairman of the Caucus
thereby giving him the seat on the
statewide Board of Directors. Martin
fills the vacancy created when the
current chairman moved to Virginia.
In redistricting, Polk County lost
it's status as a county with control
of a Congressional district. In 2012
Polk was split among four different
Congressional Districts. The 17th
District includes Winter Haven,
Lake Wales, Eagle Lake, Fort Meade
and Frostproof. It includes parts of
Polk, Hillsborough, Lee and Manatee.
counties, and all of Okeechobee,
Glades, Charlotte, Highlands,
DeSoto, and Hardee counties. It is


represented in Congress by Tom
Rooney.
Martin is active in the Polk
Republican Party, serving as the Polk
Republican Executive Committee's
Parliamentarian and on it's Board.
Previously, he was vice chairman
of the 17th Congressional District
Caucus. He works as a manager for
Kelley Buick GMC in Bartow.
The 17th Congressional District
Caucus is comprised of the County
Chairman from each of the 10 coun-
ties plus the State Committeeman
and Committeewoman from each
county, along with two appointees of
Governor Rick Scott for a total of
32 people.
"I am honored to be elected to
serve the Republicans of Central and
Southwest Florida. We will be work-
ing together to re-elect Governor
Rick Scott, the Florida Cabinet, and
Congressman Tom Rooney in 2014,"
said Martin.


PHOTO PROVIDED


Florida Gov. Rick Scott with J.C. Martin.


Making Strides Against Cancer on Oct. 19


Every day, the American Cancer
Society fights breast cancer in our
community and it helps people stay
well by funding lifesaving research and
providing up-to-date breast cancer
education.
This year 232,340 American women
are expected to receive the news that
they have breast cancer and about
39,620 will die from the disease..,
In Florida, an estimated 15,710
women will be diagnosed with breast
cancer in 2013 and about 2,660 will die
from the disease.
It is planning an event to work in that
direction on Oct. 19 with the Making
Strides Against Cancer breast cancer
walk.
It takes place at 9 a.m. in Mosaic
Park.
The American Cancer Society
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
is a noncompetitive walk to raise
awareness and funds to end breast
cancer, while providing hope to all
people facing the disease:
SMaking Strides Against Breast Cancer
has united the entire community to
honor and celebrate breast cancer
survivors, educates women about


MAKING STRIDES
Against Breast Cancer,



IMAGE PROVIDED
Making Strides Against Cancer walk is this
weekend in Mosaic Park.
prevention and early detection, and
raise funds to help people stay well, get
well, find cures, and fight back against
the disease.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
is the largest network of breast cancer
awareness-event in the nation, uniting
nearly 300 communities to finish the
fight
Since 1993, nearly 9 million walkers
across the United States have collected
more than $528 million to help fight
breast cancer through Making Strides
events.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
unites us to walk together, one million
strong, as the most powerful force to
end breast cancer.
Every dollar raised and every step


taken will save lives by helping people
stay well, get well, find cures, and
fight back against breast cancer, the
American Cancer Society reports.
The dollars you raise for Making
Strides help the Society provide free
resources and support to the one in
two womennewly diagnosed with
breast cancer who turn to the Society
for help and support.
Dollars raised also fund ground-
breaking research to find, prevent,
treat, and cure breast cancer, as well
as help the Society ensure access to
mammograms for women who need
them.
As the largest voluntary health
organization, the Society's efforts have
contributed to a 20 percent decline
in cancer death rates in the U.S.
since 1991, and a 50 percent drop in
smoking rates. Thanks in part to the
Society's progress nearly 14 million
Americans who have had cancer and
countless more who have avoided it
will celebrate more birthdays this year.
For cancer information, to get help,
or to join the fight, call 800-227-2345..
That's 800-227-2345. Or visit
website at cancer.org.


AP PHOTO
A woman wearing a survivor T-shirt takes part
in a ceremony in honor of breast cancer aware-
ness during the first quarter of an NFL football
game Oct. 6.


Cracker Storytelling Festival this weekend


Homeland Heritage Park and the
Bartow Public Library host the 25th
Annual Cracker Storytelling Festival
on Oct. 11 and 12.
The two-day event consists of
the Cracker Storytelling Festival on
Friday and Saturday, and evening
Ghost Stories on Friday.
The festival takes place at
Homeland Heritage Park from
9 a.m.-3 p.m. and features storytell-
ers local to Polk County and Florida.
Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for
children.
On Friday, student Cameron
Cato performs a Cracker Whip
demonstration. On Saturday,
local expert Marty Higgenbotham
conducts an antiques appraisal that is
open to public viewing. Saturday also
features a cracker whip contest. The
contest costs a $10 registration fee.


Ghost Stories occur at the Bartow
Public Library from 7-9 p.m. on
Friday and feature spooky stories
for all ages. Admission is $4 for
adults and $2 for children. Tickets are
available at the event or in advance
at the library
For information, or to volun-
teer, call 863-534-3766. Homeland
Heritage Park is located at 249
Church Ave. in Homeland. The
Bartow Public Library is located at
2150 S. Broadway Ave. in Bartow.
Visit the Cracker Storytelling
Festival website for complete details
at www.crackerstorytellingfestival.
com.

Jail tour coming up
A trip through the old Polk County Jail
is back this year.


From 6-11 p.m., on Oct. 18,19,25
and 26 at 455 North Broadway Avenue,
Bartow, the Polk County Sheriffs Office
has the Haunted Jail Tour back for its
third year.
The cost is a $5 donation with pro-
ceeds benefiting the UnitedWay of
Central Florida.
A new kid friendly Trick-Or-Treat is
offered from 6-8 p.m. each night of the
Jail Tour.
Hot dogs and hamburgers will be on
sale every night.
For information, contact Deputy
Stacy Bishop, or Deputy Ashley Bates at
863-534-6123.

Million dollars
returned to estate
The million-dollar Florida home of
a murdered lottery winner has been


stripped from his convicted killer and
returned to his estate.
Circuit Judge J. Dale Durrance
ruled that Dorice Moore never paid
Abraham Shakespeare. A lawyer repre-
senting Shakespeare's estate said it will
be sold to benefit his two sons.
Shakespeare won a $17 million lump
sum in 2006 but he lost
most of his money. During Moore's
trial last year, prosecutors showed
she befriended Shakespeare to take
control of his remaining wealth,
including his home. He disappeared
in April 2009 and his body was found
nine months later under a slab behind
a home owned by Moore. He had been
shot twice.
Moore was convicted of first-de-
gree murder and sentenced to life in
prison.
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Above: Rakaya Neely (6) returns a volley
as Cheyanne Anderson (3), Miranda
Williamson (7), and Julisa Ortiz (9) are
ready for a return.








Right: Cheyanne Anderson (3) deflects a
return from McKeel as Miranda Williamson
(7) looks on.


Rakaya Neely (6) smashes one back to McKeel
(not pictured).


Cheyanne Anderson (3) sets up for Rakaya
Neely (6) as Miranda Williamson (7) looks on.


OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, EVERYONE WELCOME

Semi-Annual Meeting World Baptist Fellowship

e October 14th, 15th, and 16th *

Hosted by Trinity Baptist Church, Lake Wales


Monday, October 14,2013
6:30 p.m. Registration
S 7:00 p.m. Music and Welcome
S Tommy Raley WBF Mission Office
| Clark Bosher Aledo,'TX

Tuesday, October 15,2013 (Morning Session)
: 9:30 a.m. Music and Welcome
S Frank Brim Brazil
Kenric Barnett Ocoee, FL
S Special Mission Offering
Rick Washburn Jr. Vandalia, OH

STuesday, October 15,2013 (Afternoon)
S2:00 p.m. Arlington Baptist College Board Meeting
SWBF Mission Committee Meeting

Tuesday, October 15,2013 (Evening Session)
7:00 p.m. Music and Welcome
SAndy Briggs Latvia
"The Scribe" by Paul Pitts

Wednesday, October 16,2013 (Morning Session)
9:30 a.m. Music and Welcome
Mark Dallalho Carrollton, TX
Missionary Presentation
Dr. D.L. Moody Arlington Baptist College

Wednesday, October 16,2013 (Afternoon)
2:00 p.m. Ladies' Meeting
i Pastor's Advisory Council
SMission Store

Wednesday, October 16,2013 (Evening Session)
7:00 p.m. Music and Welcome
Larry Emery- Ashtabula, OH
SVic Bledsoe Kennesaw, GA
SClosing Remarks


ONE NIGHT ONLY. Tuesday, October 15th at 7 PM

TheSCRIBE ..
An Unforgettable Dramatic Performance by Paul Pitts

Dr. Paul Pitts has now sung over 5000 performances on 7 continents, to over 5 billion people by
television, radio, recordings, and personal appearances
Paul was the soloist for the 60th Anniversary television special celebrating Israel's 60 years of
Statehood, with Benjamin Netanyahu.This internationally televised event was broadcast to 200
countries with over 300 million viewers worldwide.
Paul was the soloist for the"Concert of Peace", uniting North and South Ireland. held at the
Waterfront Arena in Belfast.
Paul has sung at the Porsche Arena (Stuttgart, Germanyi, EACel Center (London, Englandl,
Moriches Island of the South East coast of Africa drawing 90 000 people in attendance, as well
asTaipei, Taiwan.
He has been awarded an honorary doctorate in
humanities from oral Ridge University.
He is winner of the"Outstanding Young Men of s
America" award.
Paul Pitts has shared the stage with motivational
speakers such as Zig Ziglar and John Maxwell. He
has appeared at James Dobson's"Focus on the
Family", and in Touch"television program with
Charles Stanley. Heihas performed at the Crystal Paul Pits
Cathedral, Alamo Dome, Amway Arena in Orlando
' Florida, Cypress Gardens and Opryland USA.
Recently Nino Pantino, a critic reviewing a
performance of Pagliacci in New York, which Paul sang the role of Canio, eipressed,"Dr. Pirs has one of the most beautiful voices in-existence today
with impeccable diction and admirable declamatory skills. In short, he is the Canto of our time."
Paul will sing the title role of the opera Otello this year, at Lincoln Center, NewYork City. for the American National Opera Company.
Dr. Pitts is now performing"The Scribe' an Unforgettable Dramatic Musical Performance by One Man, depicting the life of Christ as told from a scribe's
point ofview and himself becoming a believer through the testimonyof Simon Peter.
Dr. Pitts sings with a compassion for people. St Petersburg Times quoted Paul as saying, "If I can touch someone's heart with the love of God I will have
Lived out my purpose for living".
For more information, call 863-676-6872 2601 Hwy. 60 E, Lake Wales, FL


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Frostproof



homecoming


PHOTO BY K.M. THORNTON SR.


Prince Marcus Bobb and Princess Emily Flood


PHOTO BY NEAL BYRD


In the introduction of the princes and prin-
cesses at the homecoming pep rally in walks
Zach Rowles and Rakaya Neely raises her arms.


PHOTO BY NEAL BYRD
In the introduction of Homecoming Court Emily
Flood and Marcus Bobb walk to the center of
the basketball court during the homecoming
pep rally Friday.


PHOTO BY K.M. THORNTON SR.


Prince Dalton Lott and Princess Whitley Maloy


Powder Puff -


PHOTOS BY K.M. THORNTON SR.


Junior Kendra Hinson grabs this one in last
week's Powder Puff game.


Senior Whitley
Maloy puts
the stop on
Junior Mariah
McCullers.


Senior Rakaya Neely scored two touchdowns to Junior Nied Chavez goes to the outside on this run.
help the Seniors with the win. ______


The Senior cheerleaders squad may not have
been big but their half time show was a big hit Roz Pinon makes a big gain for the Seniors in
with the crowd. Thursday's power puff game.


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POLICE


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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.


Traffic stop ends in arrest, car is seized


A LWPD officer conducted a traffic
enforcement Sept 30 in the area of State
Road 60 and Seventh Street The officer
ran the tag for the vehicle in question
andfound it to be listed as seize tag and
the owner had a revoked license. Officers
verified the driver was the owner and
stopped the vehicle, arrested the subject
for a revoked driver's license and had the
vehicle towed. Numerous prescription
narcotics were recovered for which police
say the driver did not have prescrip-
tions. These charges were added to the
affidavit and the subject was transported
to the county jail. The vehicle in question
was entered for seizure.
Missing person
found in Lakeland
According to reports, on Sept 30,
Amber L Crosby was recovered onWire
Grass Road in Lakeland by Polk County
Sheriff's Office. LakeWales Police Officers
received several tips Crosby had been seen
in that area. After relaying the tip informa-
tion to Polk County Sheriff's Office, Crosby
was located in good health and uninjured.
Crosby was turned over to the Department
of Children and Families.
Criminal mischief
shows graffiti
On Sept 30, LakeWales Police responded
to 250 Fifth St for criminal mischief. On


scene, the officer noticed the back shed had
a face painted with black spray paint on the
outside. There are no known suspects and
nobody witnessed this incident
Domestic battery
involves granddaughter
A LWPD officer responded to Quail Circle
on Sept 30 for a reported family distur-
bance. On scene, it was determined the
granddaughter refused to go to school and
began an argument with her grandmother.
During the argument, the juvenile pushed
her grandmother several times which
prompted law enforcement response. The
granddaughter admitted sometimes she
gets very angry and can't control herself. As
a result, the officer arrested the juvenile and
transported her to the JAC.
911 hang up call
results in trip to jail
On Sept 30, officers responded to 309
W Bullard Ave. regarding a 911 hang-up
call. According to police reports, a female
explained she observed Camberino
Mendoza walking past her house. Police
say they were told he stopped and picked
up a single walking crutch that belonged
to her and started to walk off using it She
and her children yelled at him, telling him
that it belonged to her. When her children
ran into the yard yelling at him, reports say.
he took the crutch and allegedly threw it at
them, then walked away, headed toward


State Road 60. A LWPD officer located
Mendoza walking in the median on State
Road 60 nearWalker Street Police say that
Mendoza, whom they say was intoxicated,
was walking out into traffic as he stumbled
along. When questioned about the crutch,
police say he admitted that he had it, claim-
ing it was his. Reports note he said that


when confronted, he simply laid it down
and walked away. Due to the disturbance
he caused on Bullard and the observations
that he was so intoxicated that he was a
danger to others should be get hit by a car,
he was taken into custody for disorderly
intoxication and later transported to the
Polk County Jail, according to reports.


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CENTER
FROM PAGE 1

will remain just with no upgrades," City
Manager T.R. Croley said.
For the time being, the building's
tenants will be able to remain, but at
some point in the future will likely have
to find a new home.
"We don't want to tear down some-
thing we're getting revenue from,
nor do we want to sit back and not
recognize there could be a safety issue.
There's kind of a fine line there," Croley
said.
A new structure could also serve as
a storm shelter in a hurricane, officials
said, something that the city does not
presently have.


Croley said creating the fund now
could eventually lead to a facility that
could serve as a place for families to
have reunions and gatherings, and host
other civic and personal events.
As of right now, the city has not set
a timetable to take down the Woman's
Club building, Croley said.
But, she also pointed out that it
wouldn't be consistent for the city to
continue to use the Woman's Club long
term, given its deteriorating condition.
"We're really on a push right now
with dilapidated structures in the city
to bring them up to code," Croley said.
"How can we target someone else when
we can't maintain our own property?"
One of the reasons there might not
be a rush to build the new commu-
nity center is the availability of the
relatively new Fellowship Community


Dining building on West Wall. The
county-owned facility is now largely
empty since its daily meal program was
terminated this fall.
The city is interested in pursuing
a lease arrangement with the county
which would then make the facility
available for events and gatherings.
Even though it is a cinder-block
structure, city officials said it does not
meet specifications to be a community
storm shelter.
For decades the Woman's Club
building was one of the hub's of the
city's social scene.
"I hate to lose the history of some-
thing that's been here that long,"
Councilwoman Diana Webster Biehl
noted. "But I don't think we have a
choice."
Croley said she didn't want to dismiss


the building's past either.
"It means a lot to us that have lived
here our whole lives," Croley noted. "It's
a part of our history.
"But everything has a time. We just
have to realize we're looking out for the
citizens of Frostproof, and that's what
we have to stay focused on, what's best
for this community and what we can
provide this community as a service."
Mayor Anne Dickinson, a lifelong city
resident and also a long time Woman's
Club member, said she favored a new
building as well.
"My thinking is it wasn't worth
putting a Band-Aid on it," Dickinson
said. "My inclination is to tear it down
and put the steel building up."
A new building would easily carry a
price tag of more than $100,000, city
officials say.


STUDY
FROM PAGE 1

completed for a Finding of Necessity
study, which is the first step in creating
a Community Redevelopment Agency
for the city.
The City of Frostproof had been
considering establishing a CRA in order
to assist in economic redevelopment,
which has been a longtime and contin-
uous goal for them.
The first step in creating the CRA
is the Finding of Necessity study, the
preliminary work of which includes
surveys of pre-existing conditions in
the city such as infrastructure, housing
and building conditions, vacant land,
lot sizes, and trends and property
values over the past five years.
The city was allowed to move forward
and conduct the study after receiving a
grant from the Florida Department of
Economic Opportunity.
The core of the city between Lake
Clinch and Lake Reedy in Downtown
Frostproof has been the focus of
this pre-existing conditions analysis,
though the CFRPC also wanted to


focus on adjacent areas suchas the
area south of Lake Reedy, the industri-
al area, and the business park center.
"We really see that as a great catalyst
site," Codo-Salisbury said. "So as we
move forward in the future, that could
have a lot of energy to really add fuel
to the community redevelopment
area."
But after reviewing the pre-existing
conditions survey, the CFRPC was
eventually drawn back to the core of
downtown, which they feel will benefit
the most from redevelopment brought
about by the CRA.
The CFRPC included surrounding
areas with the preliminary data collect-
ed in order to have the data available
in case they considered expanding the
CRA, Codo-Salisbury said.
Codo-Salisbury brought these
preliminary findings before the city
council in order to have a discussion
about them and to obtain their input.
Vice Mayor Diana Biehl asked why
the property along U.S. Highway 27
was not included with those adjacent
areas, as she thought it would conceiv-
ably bring bigger volume businesses
to the city and add to its tax base more
dramatically.


Codo-Salisbury answered that the
core area of Frostproof accounts for
10 percent of the city, and that discus-
sions about CRAs with the Polk County
Council are usually more agreeable
when it involves 10 percent or less
rather than with a larger area.
"Some concerns with making the
CRA too big is that you have a large
area from which to disperse the funds,
and it would take a lot of time to get
the funds in from the tax-increment
financing," Codo-Salisbury explained.
And while she agreed that stretching
the CRA out along U.S. 27 would pro-
xide a catalyst for new development,
it would have to stretch afll the way to
State Road 630, which would require
breaking up-the CRA into a separate
one completely.
Codo-Salisbury claimed a separate
CRA was possible, but right now, they
wanted to focus on the core of the city.
"I understand your logic," Biehl
said. "But I also recommend that
undeveloped land along the freeway is
an economic asset to us that could be
developed quite nicely, especially along
98, and that is basically underutilized
land for us."
She later went on to claim that the


vacant land along U.S..27 could be
used for hotels and motels, which
could bring with them traffic and
economic opportunities to facilitate
development through the CRA, though
she later conceded that the property
could develop on its own if the core
area was developed through the CRA.
City Council Member Martha Neher
highlighted this point by asking where
hotel guests would visit if such accom-
modations were provided, considering
that the only local attractions were
Legoland and Orlando, which were
too far awvay for guests to stay at
Frostproof.
Codo-Salisbury mentioned that they
Swill return to that area and look at the
feasibility and structure of the study
area.
Following this meeting, the CFRPC
will use the feedback they received:-
from the city council anid consider it
while continuing their research and re-
fining their data as they move forward
with the study.
The CFRPC will return with the
detailed data to the city and county
councils later this year, where, upon
receiving approval, will use it to move
forward with the CR4A:"..


GRANT
FROM PAGE 1

The Target grant is part of the
"Building Better Readers" one school at
a time program.
"We asked school districts to in-
novate and design their best literacy
solution, and then we reviewed and
funded proposals that made the most
sense," explains Norah Barrett Cooper,
education grant manager, Target
Community Relations.
At Frostproof Elementary, the money


Was obtained through the efforts of
teacher Lynda Norton, and will be
earmarked for reading materials and
support.
Principal Dart Meyers said in a day
and age of constant budget cuts and
adjustments, the money comes at a
good time.
"Obviously, in today's economy, every
little bit helps," Meyers noted.
In addition, the BP grant has the add-
ed benefit of being largely "no strings
attached," meaning the funds can be
used in just about any way the school
sees fit. Meyers said that money will
likely be used to help provide things


like school uniforms and supplies for
youngsters in need.
"As long as it's helping the students,
we can decide how to use it," he added.
The BP Fueling communities
program provides grants to local
organizations that are nominated by
BP's Branded Marketers such as Quality
Petroleum Corporation, to support the
communities in which they do busi-
ness. Fueling Communities gives back
to local organizations that support
health, education, youth, food and
housing to spread charity and goodwill.
Ralph W. Weeks established Quality
Petroleum in 1971, with offices on


Relay for Life


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George Jenkins Boulevard In Lakeland.
With his son, Steve Weeks, who current-
ly serves as president of the company,
they have retail/resale locations in
Florida. The family business also has
a large base of commercial customers
in phosphate, citrus, and industrial
markets.
"Quality Petroleum is proud to help
give back to the community along
with BP and support the efforts of all
teachers for stronger education in our
schools," Steve Weeks noted. "Quality
Petroleum Corporation would like to
thank all the teachers for all they do for
the children."



LEROY
FROM PAGE 1

Hispanic students.
The meeting will feature a brief
opening presentation by LeRoy, who
will then take questions and answers.
The event is scheduled from 6-7 p.m.
School board member Debra Wright is
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One afternoon, a 37-year-old mother of two heard a knock at the front door of
her home. At first, the woman assumed the visitor was a solicitor and told her
9-year-old twins not to answer. When the knocking continued and the door bell
began ringing repeatedly, the woman called her husband at work. Her husband
advised her and the children to hide while he called 911 .The family hid in a crawl-
space in the attic. Meanwhile, the intruder had forced his way into the home us-
ing a crowbar. After rummaging through the home, the intruder worked his way
to the attic where he was met with a .38-cal. revolver.The woman fired six times.
The intruder was later transported to a local medical center and was expected to
survive his multiple gunshot wounds. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Logan-
ville, GA, 1/5/13)

Bryan Lee, owner of the Almond Avenue Pharmacy, had no choice but to fire his
.45-cal. pistol when a 31-year-old male entered his store firing a similar model.
The gunman entered the store and immediately fired multiple rounds striking
Lee's mother, Sophie Lee, in the leg. Bryan Lee returned fire, causing the man
to flee. He collapsed a block away and later died at a local hospital. Lee was un-
harmed and his mother was expected to make a quick recovery. Lee said, "We
just did what we had to do to survive:' (The Fresno Bee, Madera, CA, 1/11/13)

Roger Mundell, Jr. entered his garage one morning only to be confronted by a
seemingly rabid bobcat that had gained entry through an open door. The bob-
cat attacked Mundell, biting him in the face and clawing at his arms. Mundell
was able to escape the garage and thought the bobcat was still trapped inside.
Before he could warn his 15-year-old nephew, Michael, of the danger, the bob-
cat was spotted nearby. The cat lunged at Michael grabbing him by the arm. As
Mundell tried to pull the cat off of his nephew, his wife, Cindy, then retrieved a
Firearm and handed itto Mundell who shot the bobcat.The family was treated for
injuries and vaccinated for rabies.lIt was later determined that the bobcat was, in
Fact, rabid. (Spencer New Leader, Amherst, MA, 1/18/13)

Hasib Kuric, a homeless man living behind a gas station, spotted two men put-
ting on masks and gloves outside the building. Kuric ran inside to warn the clerk,
Leonard Carr. The men followed Kuric inside and began shooting. Carr retrieved
his own firearm and returned fire. One of the masked men was fatallywounded
while the other fled and was arrested a few blocks away. He was charged with
two counts of second-degree Attempted FelonyMurder, one count of second-
degree Felony Murder and one count of Armed Occupied Burglary. Kuric and
Carr were not injured. (Locall O.com, Hollywood, FL, 1/15/13)

After confronting a man lurking in his front yard the previous morning, Clint Low-
ery called police a second time when the same man tried to gain entry by forcing
Open the door to his home. With his 2-year-old daughter sleeping inside, Lowery
did what he had to do to ensure his family's safety. Lowery met the intruder on
the front porch with a 12-ga. shotgun and held him there until police arrived.
Lowry said, "I just did whatever anybody would do to protect their family." (Penin-
sula Daily News, Port Angeles, WA, 1/23/13)

When two men walked into Rafael Lantigua's store after dark with their hoods
pulled tight exposing only their eyes, he grew suspicious. Understandably so as
one of the men produced a gun and pointed it at him. Lantigua quickly reached
for his own firearm from his waist band and pointed it in their direction. Both men
jumped back in surprise before fleeing the premises. It was last reported that
both men were still at large. According to police, Lantigua was unharmed and
nothing was stolen from his store. (The Eagle-Tribune, Lawrence, MA, 1/14/13)

Michael and Amy Stephens were at home with their two young daughters when
they saw deputies speeding past their home.The couple then overheard on their
police scanner that there was a man in the area being sought by police. Michael
grabbed a flashlight and headed outside tonvestigate and to make sure his
family's home was secure. As he steppee outside, he saw the 26-year-old fugi-
tive nearby. Michael attempted to detain him while Amy dialed 911. The fugi-
tive was able to grab Michael's flashlight and started swinging it wildly over his
head. Amy appeared with a .243 rifle and warned the man that she would shoot.
Soon after, the fugitive was arrested and booked on several preliminary charges.
Michael suffered a few stitches, but was otherwise unharmed. (Daily Inter Lake,
Evergreen, MT, 1/5/13)


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Living an eco-friendly lifestyle is a
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thought was given to protecting the
environment in the past, nowadays
men, women and children alike recog-
nize the impact their behavior has on
the immediate and long-term future of
the planet.
Though some eco-friendly men
and women may feel as if they have
exhausted the ways in which they can
live a more environmentally conscious
lifestyle, there are always new ways to
consider to protect the environment in
everything you do. For example, hosting
a party for family and friends can
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eco-friendly fun. The following are a few
ways party hosts can entertain with the
environment in mind:
*' Serve organic foods and beverages.
One of the easier ways to turn a party
into an eco-friendly affair is to serve
organic foods and beverages. Visit your
local farmer's market for fresh and
locally grown organic foods. Organic
foods are healthier for the environment
and may even be healthier for your
guests as well, while locally produced
products have a much smaller carbon
footprint than products imported from
afar. When choosing beverages, opt for
organic wines, teas and juices instead of
more traditional and less eco-friendly
options.
Don't go disposable. Disposable
place settings and utensils might be
more convenient when hosting a large


gathering, but such products are un-
necessarily wasteful, especially if they
are not made from recycled materials.
When hosting, use your own reusable
dinnerware. It might not bequite as
convenient as disposable products, but
such dinnerware is more eco-friendly,
especially if you wash the dirty dishes
in the dishwasher rather than hand
washing them after the party. The latter
cleaning method is more laborious for
you, and it even wastes more water.
Opt for e-vites instead of traditional
invitations. Many people, even those
not consciously trying to be more
eco-friendly, have embraced the conve-
nience of e-vites when inviting friends
and family to a party. But e-vites are
as eco-friendly as they are convenient,
saving the paper used for the invitations
and the envelopes they're sent in as
well as the fuel it takes for the postal
service to deliver each invitation. If you
must use traditional paper invitations,
choose invitations made from recycled
or sustainable materials.
Location, location, location!
Location is everything in real estate,
and the same might just be true when
hosting an eco-friendly party. When
choosing a location for your next
get-together, find one that's convenient
to everyone who plans to attend. This
reduces the heavy toll that traveling
can take on the environment, and your
guests and you will be happy that no
one had to travel far and wide to make
an appearance. If you plan to have your


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certified as eco-friendly. Such facilities
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or they may employ more efficient
electronics throughout the building in
an effort to reduce the venue's carbon
footprint.
e Take the party outdoors. Another
way to entertain with the environment
in mind is to take your party outdoors.
Make use of a sunny day by moving the


festivities outdoors, where you won't
need to rumrn the lights on to see your
guests and where you can serve cold
foods or foods prepared on a charcoal
grill to further reduce your reliance on
electricity and gas.
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environmentally conscious way is
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Dennis Harrison, It. governor for
the region of Polk and Hardee coun-
ties covering 12 clubs, visited the
Lake Wales Kiwanis Club Monday to
present the Gov. Matthew Cantrall,
Kiwanis Florida District, steps of
excellence and to install the board
and officers present in the Lake Wales
club.
"People who don't attend the club
meetings need to be brought back,"
said Harrison as the number one goal
of the regional governor eliminate
declining membership. He noted
PHOTO BY BRENDA
EGGERT BROADER
The Lake Wales
Kiwanis Club board
members attending
were installed at the
Monday meeting
by Lt. Gov. Dennis
Harrison. From left,
front row, Barney
Moore, treasurer,
and Cynthia
Rignanese, board
6f directors; back
row from left, Lance
Poole, sgt.-at-arms;
TU. McKeon, pres-
ident-elect; Larry
Tonjes, president; Lt.
Gov. Dennis Harrison
and Paul Swygert,
board member.


the second goal as eliminating old
projects whose times have come and
gone by replacing with fresh fund-
raisers that are new and interesting
to the public to support. Urging
support of the youth organizations
and other organizations associated
with Kiwanis and under its umbrella,
he said to let the Key Clubs at the
schools know who members are and
participate in supportive activities.
Hunger in communities was the
fourth elimination goal; knowledge of
maternal neonatal tetanus elimina-
tion was the fifth goal.
"My goal is to encourage you to
take these five points of elimination


and pursue them," Harrison said.
"Each club can do a lot for their
communities."
Harrison invited members to attend
the district meeting set for Nov. 7 in
Lakeland hosted by Mulberry Kiwanis
Club. Gov. Cantrall will make his
official visit.
Board and officers were installed
for those in attendance. Lance Poole
was installed sergeant-in-arms and
board member, T.J. McKeon, presi-
dent-elect; Larry Tonjes, president for
a second term; Barney Moore, trea-
surer for a second term; and Cynthia
Rignanese, director for another term.
Other board members noted were


Deanna Spence who is secretary and
Jay McClendon, vice president.
Tonjes noted, during the business
meeting, the softball game for charity
donations is playing again the Rotary
afternoon club at the field north of
the Legion Field at 6 p.m. on Oct. 13.
The winners' charities get the largest
pot of the donated funds from each
organization.
Dec. 14 is the Christmas parade
with the same route as last year,
beginning at 6 p.m. Pancake Day will
be March 1 and Rignanese reminded
members to begin soliciting dona-
tions for the auction held the-same
day at the event.


OBITUARIES


William Bane

Copenhaver Sr.
William Bane Copenhaver Sr., 95, of
LakeWales, Fla., died Sunday, Oct. 6,
2013, at his residence. Arrangements are
by Marion Nelson Funeral Home.

Dean Mathes

Thompson
Dean Mathes "Uncle Buddy"
Thompson, 67, of Frostproof, Fla.,
passed away Friday, Oct. 4, 2013, at his
residence. Arrangements are by Marion
Nelson Funeral Home.

Peggy Sue Green

Peggy Sue Green, 54, of Lake Wales,
Fla., died on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013, at her
home. Arrangements are by Johnson
Funeral Home of Lake Wales.


William Francis

'Bill' Horan
William Francis "Bill" Horan, 81, of Lake
Wales, HFla., and Winter Haven, Fla., passed
away Friday, Oct. 4,2013. Arrangements
are by Marion Nelson Funeral Home.

Augustus

'Gus' Poe
Augustus "Gus" Poe, 90, of Lake Wales,
Fla., died on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013,
at Lakeland Regional Medical Center.
Arrangements are by Johnson Funeral
Home or Lake Wales.
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Good bacteria


bad bacteria


The television news this morning
had a medical alert to bad bacteria.
The Center of Disease Control in
Atlanta has released information about
the concern for bacteria resistant to
antibiotics. These organisms include
intestinal organisms related to E-coli
Sand Salmonella, as well as Clostridium
bacteria that can cause chronic diarrhea
and even death.
We have all heard about MRSA, a
resistant Staphylococcus aureus, that
can also be contagious by contact. The
report even adds Gonorrhea, a venereal
disease, as being drug-resistant. The
blame for this resistance is put on the
inappropriate use of antibiotics, inade-
quate dosages or durations, compliance
by patients, and over-use of antibiotics-
in general.
When I send home antibiotics for
dogs, and especially cats, I discover
later that not all of the doses were given.
Ideally the use of antibiotics should be
based on culture and sensitivity of the


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takes 4-5 days or more to get results.-
While doctors blame veterinarians
(i.eantibiotics in cattle feed), both are
guilty. My mother had a terrible urinary
infection while in the hospital which
was treated for only three days with
antibiotics ... and did not resolve the
infection. It was the correct antibiotic
by culture but was not given for a long
enough interval.
We should be clean and sanitary.
Awareness of the "bad" bacteria is very
important.... but there are very import-
ant "good" bacteria.


The normal, healthy
bacteria on and in us are.
necessary for our bodies
to function. The specific
balance of organisms in
our bowel, for example,
is essential for digestion,
immune stimulation/
regulation and balance
of nutrition. Chronic
infusion of good bacteria
into our digestive tracts is
important to our health.
One specific example I
read about recently was
concerning C-section
(sterile) babies compared to natural de-
livery babies. The incidence of allergies,
asthma, auto-immune disorders and
predisposition to infections was much
lower in natural birth babies. They are
inoculated at birth.
The dilemma is related to disinfec-
tion. We should avoid the bad bacteria
while encouraging the good. In general


the use of disinfectants (and antibiotics)
is excessive. There are recommenda-
tions of limiting inter-human contact
and hand washing, but maybe it is OK
to not wash your hands after petting the
dogs. This is a very difficult balancing
act. I plan to learn more about the"
microbiom" to help me stay healthy,
while avoiding those bad bacteria that
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SPCA Florida's campus, 5850 Brannen
Road South, Lakeland at 11 a.m.
Friday. Oct. 11.
The day honors Saint Francis of
Assisi, the patron saint of animals
and the environment.
Lakeland Police Department
Chaplain Lee Lallance and other
FUMC ministers will conduct the cer-
emony and offer blessings to SPCA
Florida's adoptable animals and any
public animals in attendance.
Polk County Sheriffs Office
Animal Services will participate in
the ceremony and other local law
enforcement K-9 teams and animal
agencies have been invited.
Pet-related vendors will be on hand


for this free event, which is open to
the public. Pet guardians are re-
quested to have their animals safely
secured on a leash or in a carrier.
Chaplain Lallance offers opening
remarks, he and his fellow ministers
will bless all animals in attendance,
and attendees will receive a certifi-
cate of blessing.
"This ceremony is just one of the
ways we can acknowledge the essen-
tial role animals play in our commu-
nity and all they do for us whether
as service animals, protectors on
the police force, or our companions
at home," SPCA Florida Director
of Philanthropy and Community
Involvement Donna Stiteler said in a
press release.
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She's not just a dog to you. She's
your sounding board, your faithful
sidekick, and your pride and joy. She's
a bonafide family member. You'll do
anything to keep her out of harm's
way. But when it comes to playtime,
are you protecting her too much?
As pet parents, we want the ab-
solute best for our canine kids. But
just like anxious human parents, we
can sometimes fall into the trap of
overprotecting our dogs as they play,
especially if they're on the small side.
Helicopter pet parents undoubtedly
mean well, but they aren't necessarily
doing what's best for their dog. In fact,
the results can be detrimental, and
possibly even dangerous.
Expert dog trainer and animal be-
haviorist Elsa Larsen of My Wonderful
Dog notes that while it's perfectly ap:
propriate in some situations to adopt
protective behaviors, when taken to
extremes or done at the wrong time,
- actions like avoiding socialization,
keeping your dog on a short leash, or
picking up or carrying your dog can
actually decrease her confidence and
set her up for fearful, aggressive or
defensive behavior.
Keeping your dog firmly leashed in
public places is always a wise idea.
However, tightening the leash during
doggie meet-and-greets or play dates
can backfire. This is especially true at
dog parks, where there are often many
unrestrained dogs around.
"Dogs have an instinctive 'fight-or-
flight' response to threatening situa-
tions," Elsa said. "If you have your dog
on a leash, and all of a sudden he's
surrounded by a bunch of dogs off
leash, he may act defensively because
his opportunity to flee has been taken
away."
Elsa advises that if your dog is in
imminent danger, picking him up
may be the safest possible thing to
do. However, picking up your dog to
help him avoid social discomfort or
anxiety could cause more problems
than it solves. It can reinforce anxiety,
and may even exacerbate existing
behavioral issues. According to Elsa,
if your dog is a resource guarder and


sees you as one of his most important
resources, holding him close while
you're around other dogs may cause
him to try and aggressively "guard"
you from them.
Small dogs inspire our best protec-
tive natures, and toting your little gal
around may seem like a kind gesture,
and a great way for you to be close.
But Elsa warns that constantly car-
rying your dog can actually do more
harm than good.
"I call it Little Dog Syndrome," she
said. "Pet parents don't feel comfort-
able with their little dog navigating
through the world on their own four
feet. But carrying your dog everywhere
does him a great disservice because he
doesn't get a chance to be a dog. You
may in fact be creating a dog who's
antisocial and doesn't have good skills
meeting and greeting other dogs."
So how do you know when to step
in, and when to hang back and play
it cool? Elsa stresses that there's
no simple, straightforward answer.
Every dog is an individual, and every
situation is unique. But she does offer
some tried-and-true tips for ensuring
that your pup is happy and safe while
he plays.
Whenever possible, lose the leash
during, greetings and playtime. If your
dog feels threatened but can't run
because she's tethered to the leash,
her only option is to fight.
Periodically interrupt playtime.
This keeps all the dogs from getting
fatigued and overexcited. Elsa sug-
gests watching your dog carefully after
a play pause. If she seems relaxed
and eager to return to the group, it's
a good sign that she's enjoying herself
and feeling confident.
Watch every dog playing for signs of
over-excitement, like excessive bark-
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stances, or even sneezing: If your dog is
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Tampa Catholic downs Frostproof in homecoming game


By BILL ROGERS
BROGERS@HEARTLANDENEWSPAPERS.COM

Turnovers and costly penalties
hurt Frostproof for the second week
in row against a quality football
opponent and the Bulldogs found
out those things are difficult to
overcome.
Tampa Catholic topped Frostproof
21-16 Friday night in front of a
Homecoming crowd at Faris Brannen
Stadium.
Crusader quarterback Kyle
Ploucher ran for one touchdown and
threw for two other scores to pace
the visitors.
Tampa Catholic could have held
a bigger lead if it had been able to
cash in on two Bulldog turnovers
that took place in the first five
minutes of the game.
Xavier Gaines' pass was intercept-
ed by TJ Harrell at the Frostproof 24.
The drive stalled after a 2/yard run
and two incomplete passes. A 39-
yard field attempt was off the mark.
On the Bulldogs' next possession,
Tre Waston of Tampa Catholic recov-
ered a fumble at the Frostproof 5.
Ploucher scored on a keeper from
the one to put the/Crusaders ahead.
Michael Sarafianos kicked the


THIS WEEK
Frostproof at DeSoto
WHEN: Friday, 7 p.m in Arcadia
RECORDS: Frostproof is 4-2, DeSoto is 2-4.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT DESOTO: The Bulldogs mainly play a schedule heavy on schools west and south of
Polk, so they are a bit of a mystery team. Come in having lost their last three, including a 33-14 set back against
SBayshore (Bradenton) last week. Quarterback Kari Williams is a dual threat, able to score both on the ground
and through the air. Dequan Richardson is one of his favorite targets.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT FROSTPROOF: Bulldogs now have lost two in a row after opening season with four
straight wins. Had the talent to stick with a very talented Tampa Catholic team, but still can't fully cut out the
mistakes that have cost them wins. Still, they can be a major factor in the district, but must find a way to defeat
a triumvirate of talented teams left on their schedule including local rival Fort Meade, who scored on the last
play of the game Friday to defeat Berkeley Prep, 23-21, and who also remains on the Frostproof district schedule
as does Lakeland Christian.
THE SKINNY: A good spot for this game. DeSoto is no pushover like Frostproof had on their schedule early in
the season, but not, at least on paper, as brutal a match up as some of the district games to come which will all
play a very key role in how the post season shapes up. This is the chance for Frostproof to clean their game up
while at the same time gain a little confidence for their stretch run, but only if they take care of the football.


extra point to make it 7-0 with 8:15
left in the first quarter.
The Crusaders had good field
position beginning their next
possession. They capped the drive
when Ploucher rolled to his right
and found Jake Romp in the back of
the end zone from 21 yards out. The
PAT put Tampa Catholic on top 14-0
with 10:45 remaining in the second
quarter.
Frostproof took advantage of a
Crusader mistake by recovering a


fumble at the Tampa Catholic 19.
Cecil Cherry's 10-yard run got the
Bulldogs on the scoreboard with 6:19
left in the quarter. Jaylyn McKinney
ran in for the two-point conversion
to cut the lead to 14-8.
The visitors put together a 70-yard
scoring drive to start the second
half. Ploucher capped it off by
escaping a heavy rush and found a
wide open Trajan Herr in the end
zone from eight yards out. The
extra-point kick gave the Crusaders
a 21-8 advantage with 7:56 left in the
third quarter.
Frostproof falls to 4-2 and 1-1 in
district play while Tampa Catholic is
5-1 and 2-0 in the district.
Frostproof will hit the road again
next Friday night, traveling to
Arcadia to take on Arcadia.


Sometimes called "Cicel the Deisel" (3) Cherry drives his way in for a score.


Kaleel Gaines
(1) holds off
a would be
tackler and
gains a few
extra yards.


Jarviel Hart (21) finds a hole through a host of white jerseys on the opening kickoff.


PHOTOS BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
Jaylyn McKinney (28) shoots the gap.


Above: Duran
Boatwright
(53) wraps up
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Catholic
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Left: Quarter-
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linemen.


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Wednesday, October 9, 2013





By DENNIS LATTA
SPoRTS CORRESPONDENT
The Lake Wales Highlanders step outside
their district Friday night for a home game
against rivalWinter Haven at Legion Field.
While the game is important to LWHS
because it has a long history against the
Blue Devils, it will have no impact on the
Highlanders making the playoffs, and that
is at the top of their list
LakeWales is 3-3 overall but 2-0 in
Class 5A, District 10. Because it is a
five-team district and two teams go to the
playoffs, LWHS is almost certain of getting
a playoff berth.
"We would love to play Winter Haven
tough," said LakeWales Coach Rod Shafer.
"But we have to say that our next import-
ant game is against Aubumrndale."
Aubumdale is in the same district
The Highlanders are 2-0 with
Aubumrndale 1-0 in the district Aubumdale
is 1-4 overall. Mulberry is 1-1, while
Poinciana is 0-1 and Tenoroc is 0-2 in the
district
Winter Haven, which is a 6A school,
is 4-2 and beat Lake Gibson 35-30 last
Friday on the road. The Blue Devils beat
Haines City 31-28 and LWHS lost to Haines
City 55-20. Both teams scored over 50 in,


handling Jenkins as the only other com-
mon opponent.
Lake Wales had real success against
Winter Haven for a long time, but has
lost to the Blue Devils four years in a row.
Shafer would like to be in a position to
dedicate his full effort to playing his Polk
County rival, but he can't afford it.
"It is frustrating to have this many inju-
ries," Shafer explained. He dressed out only
26 players in an easy win over Poinciana
last Friday
"When everybody is healthy we'll
have 34. Against Poinciana, we called off
the dogs as best we could, but our second
team on defense is our first team on
offense and it didn't make too much of a
difference."
Shafer would love to talk about how
important a home game against Winter
Haven is, but he just can't
"Hopefully, we'll get everybody healthy
at the end of the season and have them
for the playoffs. That's what we have to
concentrate on.
"We'll give Winter Haven all we've got.
We've just got to do what we can with the
players we have."
On top of a long list of injured players
that includes Luke Heirs and Marcus
Walker, senior Dedric Brinson has been


THIS WEEK
LAKE WALES AT WINTER HAVEN
WHEN: Friday 7 p.m. At Denison Stadium in Winter Haven
RECORDS: Lake Wales is 3-3 overall (2-0 in district play); Winter Haven is 4-2. This is a non-district matchup.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT WINTER HAVEN: Comes in off a big win over Lake Gibson, 35-30. Big playmakers
are D'Angelo Gaines who had TD runs of 40 and 80 yards in win over Braves. Quarterback Darian Mills can throw
it, and one of his favorite targets is Kendrick Holland. Two losses so far this season are to Lakeland and Kathleen
(in overtime).
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT LAKE WALES: Dedric Brinson will sit six weeks because of a suspension after
making contact with an official during the game against Haines City. The Highlanders have had a feast or famine
kind of season. Either their opponents simply don't have the manpower to matchup with Lake Wales, depleted
as they are with injuries, or they are at the opposite end of the scale, as in one of the best team's in the area.
Winter Haven falls in the later category. The Highlanders will play hard, but save most of their bullets for later
games in the district and playoffs.
THE SKINNY: Winter Haven has had its way with Lake Wales over the past few years, and its possible it,
may again Friday night given the Highlander's circumstance. Still. Lake Wales will be motivated because its a
rivalry game, and never sell Rod Shafer short. Passing game might need to have another big night' j hang with
the Blue Devils, meaning pressure is on Highlander QB Railond Garrett. Wide out Darion Staten had a bit of a
breakout performance against Poinciana last week, and that would be helpful if that duo can click again..


suspended for six games by the state
athletic association. Brinson felt he was
fouled on a play against Haines City, went
to the referee to tell him and collided with
the ref, knocking him down. He was given a
Level 2 suspension for maldking contact with
a referee. He'll also be back for the playoffs.
With the depleted numbers, some
players have gotten more of a chance. Wide


receiver Darion Staten had a career game
last Friday against Poinciana with 348 yards
and four touchdowns. Three of those TDs
came on receptions, including one for
99 yards, and the other was on a 96-yard
interception return.
"People didn't realize how fast he is and
how good he isP Shafer said of Staten. "It
was good for him to have a night like that."


Highlanders


celebrate a win
PHOTOS BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
Poinciana found it hard to stay out from under Lake Wales as the Highlanders took the high
ground in Friday's away game at Poinciana High School in Kissimmee.


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ball in for one ofthe manytouchdowns of the
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Poinciana RB Joshua Lopez finds himself being
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By LAUREEN ALBRECHT
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Many people who have had their
lymph nodes removed after breast
cancer surgery don't realize that it
can lead to a chronic condition of
lymphedema. This is a common but
serious condition: affecting at least
3 million Americans.
The highest incidence of lymph-
edema is observed following breast
cancer surgery, particularly among
those patients who undergo radia-
tion therapy following the removal
of axillary lymph nodes. Many of
these individuals will develop breast
cancer-related lymphedema. BCRL
is one of the most concerning and
prevalent secondary complications
of breast cancer treatments.
"Research indicates that ap-
proximately 25 percent of patients
develop lymphedema after breast
cancer surgery. But for those who
also undergo radiation therapy,
the development of lymphedema
increases to 38 percent," according
to the American Physical Therapy
Association's "Physical Therapy
journal."
Lymphedema is a condition
characterized by swelling in one or
more extremities that results from
impaired flow of the lymphatic
system. There are many reasons for
the blockages. Lymph node dissec-
tion disrupts lymphatic flow and
results in a build-up of pressure in
the vessel walls, causing them to
distend and can lead to a backflow
of fluid and blockage. This block-
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route and fluid can't exit into their


appropriate site.
Not having enough lymph glands
or too many damaged lymph glands
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lymph vessels to the point of excess
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extremity and chest.
Lymph nodes are extremely sus-
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lymph nodes become impaired, they
can't filter the fluid and waste. And
the stagnation of fluid provides a
breeding ground for bacteria. That's
why lymphedema makes people
more susceptible to infection. Any
opening in the skin, (an insect bite,
dry, cracked skin, or a knick while


shaving the underarms) should be
closely monitored and discussed
with a doctor for signs of infection.
According to the American Cancer
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to find lymphedema early and treat
it right away to help better control
it. If you notice tingling or strange
sensations in your arm after surgery,
talk with your. doctor, even if you
haven't noticed swelling. If you feel
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REPAIRS
FROM PAGE 1

come out and look over the home and
property. Most real estate agents will
suggest this be done as a first priority
-- even before a contract is entered on
the home. An inspection will unveil any
potential problems in a home and in-
dicate things that the buyer may not be
aware of, including items that do not
meet with code or could be unsafe. An
inspector also may point out problems
that could cause a mortgage lender to
give pause. This may mean the lender
will deem problems unsafe and refuse
to fund the mortgage until repairs are
made.
A copy of this inspection report
should be sent to thehome seller to
review with his or her attorney and
real estate agent. The buyer working
with his own real estate attorney and
agent can petition for certain repairs to
be made. Many sellers will make such
repairs to ensure the purchase goes
through, or they will accept a lower
purchase price to compensate for the
needed repairs, which the buyer will
then make. Buyers might want to hire
a good real estate attorney to write
clauses into the contract to protect
their interests. This allows the buyer to
forfeit the sale and walk away from the
contract should an issue arise.
The rules often change when buy-
ing a home that is a short sale or in


foreclosure. A home that is in distress
is typically in this situation because the
current owners cannot afford to pay
their mortgage, and thusly, are not able
to afford repairs. According to Think
Glink, a money-management Web site,
buyers may try to negotiate repairs
with the seller, but they shouldn't
assume that sellers (or lenders in the
event of a bank-owned home) are
responsible for the repairs. Generally
speaking, most short sales and fore-
closures are sold "as is" and may even-
specify that repairs and requirements
for the certificate of occupancy are the
buyer's responsibility. A buyer.also can
ask to have the home price reduced to
cover the repairs. But foreclosures are
often already deeply discounted.
Buyers should know that, for a home
that is not in foreclosure, there are
some repairs that should ultimately be
the responsibility of the seller. If these
repairs are not made, a buyer should
think strongly about walking away from*
the deal, according to Why6Percent.
com, a real estatemarketing site. Such
repairs include:
lender-required repairs that could
impact home safety
*leaky pipes
water penetration issues, including
abadroof
unsafe decking or handrails-
wet basements or crawl spaces
insecure foundations or obvious
structural damage
poorly functioning sewer lines or
septic system


Home buyers may be able to negotiate that sellers repair major structural issues, such as a leaky
roof. If not, negotiate a lower sale price.


It is always adviseable for buyers
to speak with a reliable real estate
attorney and a trusted real estate agent
to guide them through the process of


buying a home. These people can help
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113 Reedy Creek Dr -
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greenery and fenced in yard.
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has Reedy creek flowing
behind home. A real nature
paradise. Single story home
with cathedral ceilings. Back
yard boasts an aboveground
pool for outdoor entertaining
and relaxation! Wooden deck-
ing and screened enclosure
around pool. Utility building
plus a extra detached Carport
with workshop. Pond in front
of home. Reduced Price
$163,500.
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863-635-4246
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19 McCarthy Ave. Frost-
proof Broker is part owner. 4
bedrooms, 3 bath, Main part
of home- is 3 bedrooms/2


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
baths with a attached garage
apartment with 1 bed/lbath,
Spacious home in quiet neigh-
borhood, Home has Formal,
living and dining room, Large
,kitchen/family room. Almost
1 acre lot, detached work-
shop, fenced in back yard.
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does. need some TLC. Asking
$69,900.
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863-635-4246
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505 Stanley Ave. Frost-
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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.
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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/1
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.
Back yard is fenced...Garage
was converted into game
room with private office.
Large utility area. Located
near play park, Lake and
downtown area. This home
has lots to offer. Asking
$158,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com


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& 2BA, spacious living area,
large eat-in-kitchen (newer
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* home located on Lake Clinch
on a quiet street. Walking dis-
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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,
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863-635-4246
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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
S863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com


16 LELIA ST, FROSTPROOF
- 2 bedroom, 2 bath CB home
located inside city limits on
large lot. Home was built in
1992, Metal roof, double
garage, large workshop stor-
age building, furnished. Sell-
ers motivated: asking
$89,900.
Frostproof Realty, LLC
863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
331 W F ST, FROSTPROOF
3 Bedroom, 2 bath CB home
with additional 1 bedroom, 1
bath apartment with separate
entrance in a very desirable,
quiet neighborhood, just
steps from Clinch Lake. Cen-
ter hall plan with new wood
flooring in front entrance, din-
ing room and family room.
Fireplace in family room with
sliding doors to screened-in
porch and large fenced back-
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$138,000.
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863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com
1151 HWY 630, FROST-
PROOF 6 Bedroom, 3 Bath
home, Very spacious home


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE.
with lots to offer, Main part of
home was built in approx
1952 with 2 story addition
that was built in 2004, Large
family room, Outside of city
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$139,900.
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863-635-4246
www.frostproofrealty.com



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3br 2ba w/Carport,and
fenced yard.Close to shop-
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381-6743.
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
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109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
work; listed for $34,900 ID
#205 PRIME PLUS REAL
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NICE CONTEMPORARY
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bath block home has new car-
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#311 PRIME PLUS REAL
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room 2 bath home has ample
kitchen cabinet space, ceram-
ic tile throughout, screened
porch, and 1 vehicle carport.
Needs work; listed at
$49,900 ID #6316 PRIME
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863-676-7040
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bath with ample kitchen cabi-
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paint, large bay window,
ceramic tile throughout, gar-
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master bedroom, laundry
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listed for $119,900 ID
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garage plus exterior storage
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for $239,000 ID #1671
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bay window, planter shelves,
ample kitchen cabinet and
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shed and 1 car garage. The
home has a new stove, vent
hood, dishwasher, paint, car-
pet, and roof, reduced io
$64,900 ID #3905 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
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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; reduced to $46,500
ID #237 PRIME PLUS REAL
'ESTATE INC. 863-676-


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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
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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
arage; reduced to
119,900 ID #866 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
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CUTE COTTAGE CLOSE TO
LK ROSALIE Great retreat
and very near Lake Rosalie
access. 2 Bed. / 1 bath, eat-
in Kitchen with ample storage,
Great room concept, Fire-
place in living area. Back
screened porch. Exterior Utili-
ty / Storage shed, Additional
parcel with an approx. total of
.77 acre. Very shady lot with
plenty of room for your boat
plus room to expand: reduced
to $46,500 ID #10765
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
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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
$90,000 ID #6169 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
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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;
reduced to $69,900 ID
#108 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
LAKEFRONT HOME ON
LAKE WALK-IN-WATER,
large covered dock with boat
lift, formal living and dining


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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; reduced
to $114,900 ID #2540
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
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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; listed for
$164,900 ID #4450
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INVESTOR SPECIAL 4 Bed-
room 3 bath block home with
an eat-in kitchen, tile floor
throughout, and a circular
drive, reduced to $17,900
ID #1450 PRIME PLUS
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-
676-7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com
3 BEDROOM 1 BATH BUN-
GALOW HOME Has formal
living room and a split bed-
room floor plan. Family room
could easily be used as an
additional bedroom, original
hardwood flooring, throughout
most of the home. -Cozy
screened in back porch. Shin-
gles, a/c and ducts were
replaced, listed at $39,900
ID #604 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com

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,


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owner financing available;
listed at $77,700 ID #520
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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.
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INC. 863-676-7040 or
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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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CONDOS
GREAT WINTER RETREAT
OR GET AWAY, Completely
Furnished, includes Washer
(no dryer), Ceramic Tile
throughout, bedroom has car-
pet, screened porch has
ceramic tile, roof new 2009;
Amenities include: Pool, Rec.
Room, Clubhouse, lake
access, spa, tennis courts,
shuffleboard, basketball, mini-
golf, bocci ball, gym, library;
listed at $40,000 ID #905
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LAKEFRONT CONDO Nice 2
bedroom 2 bath lakefront
condo. with new carpet, paint,
vinyl, range with hood, and
dishwasher. Also has ample
kitchen cabinet space, all
appliances, and an enclosed
porch with a beautiful view of
Lake Jackson; reduced to
$39,900 ID #2131 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
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2 STORY CONDO 3 Bed-
room 1.5 bath 2 story condo
end unit located near Lake
Jackson, reduced -to
$39,900 ID #305 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
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MOBILE HOMES

MANUFACTURED HOME
This 3 bedroom 2 bath double
wide is on almost 5 acres of
land. The kitchen has a pass
through window, breakfast
bar, and island. This .home
has a large walk-in closet,
front & back porch, and it's
fully fenced; listed for
$74,900 ID #208 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
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;
reduced to $29,900 ID
#6353 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC. 863-676-
7040 www.primeplus-
realestate.com

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; listed for
$179,900 ID #6443
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
INC. 863-676-7040
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VACANT LAND
I
HALF ACRE LOT located in
golf course and waterfront
gated community. Ready for
you to build the home of your
dreams. Owner is also selling
neighboring lot; listed at
$6,000 ID #911 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040


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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
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OVER 1/2 AN ACRE OF
LAND just waiting for you to
build the home of your
dreams. This is truly country
living at its best, this property
is located not far from the
Kissimmee Chain of Lakes.
Owner is motivated and will
consider all offers. Seller has
2 additional parcels, listed for
$7,000 ID #17 PRIME
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
863-676-7040
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1.29 ACRES WITH
FRONTAGE ON BOY
SCOUT ROAD Near the
Kissimmee Chain of Lake and
State Park. Owner is motivat-
ed and will consider offers.
Don't miss this chance to own
a beautiful piece of land in
such an amazing-area. Owner
has 2 other parcels available;
listed as $15,000 ID #24
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
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1.29 ACRES WITH
FRONTAGE ON BOY
SCOUT ROAD Near the
Kissimmee Chain of Lake and
State Park. Owner is motivat-
ed and will consider offers.
Don't miss this chance to own
a beautiful piece of land in
such an amazing area. Owner
has 2 other parcels available;
listed for $15,000 ID #14
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
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2 BEAUTIFUL BUILDABLE
LOTS just under a 1/4 an
acre located in Babson Park.
Property is already cleared
and-is just waiting for you to
build the,.::home of your
vdreamss..>;wnership provides
,,deeded access Crooked
Lake. Asking price is $9,000
*per lot.o Owner; will consider
offers. ilD#1012 PRIME
.,PLUS REAL ESTATE -INC.
863-676-7040
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WATER FRONT VACANT
LAND, Great location to build
your, home and have access
to Walk-in-Water Creek,
access to lake depends to
water levels, lot approx. 2.56
acres; listed at $25,000 ID
#L22 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE I:NC. '863-676-
7040 www.prirneplus-
'realestate.com -i_ -
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-
Srealestate.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
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HOME SITE, Nice half Acre
lot located in Beautiful Area of
Homes. Growing Region Cen-
trally Located between Winter
Haven and Lake Wales. Par-
tially Cleared and ready to
Build, your First Home.
Reduced to $24,900 id #cc


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WOODED HOME SITE! 2
Acres of Beautiful Woods in
deed restricted community to
build your new home! Not too
far from Public Boat Ramp
into Lake Rosalie. Owner Moti-
vated and will! look at all Rea-
sonable Offers! $39,900 id#
11209 PRIME PLUS REAL
ESTATE INC (863) 676-
7040. www.primeplus-
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
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ABSOLUTELY beautiful 3BR
home'on 4+ Acres! Fenced &
cross-fenced,
barn/pens/water tubs/feed
troughs, second barn .(where
well is located), 30x35 agri-
cultural pole barn (could have
horse stalls added easily),
stocked pond & More. Home
is well insulated with low elec-
tric 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, (added below) Ander-
son Windows, 200 Amp ser-
vice/wired for generator/RV
outlet, doorways/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!
Call Estelle @ 86363r32-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
.109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
COUNTRY HOME on 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 Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
CROOKED LAKE view on
almost 5 Acres! "Like-New"
3BR/2BA home with fireplace,
vaulted ceilings, great room,
huge room to entertain, mas-
ter suite with office and master
bath has dual
sinks/Jacuzzi/separate show-
er/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 Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
Sun Ray-Frostproof
204 Central Ave 2 .bed/I
bath concrete block home,
spacious kitchen, lots of
cabinets, 1 car garage


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE

could easily be converted
into a 3rd bedroom.and 2nd
bathroom, screen enclosed
porch, NOW Asking only
$44,999. Call Cindy 528-
0366, Keystone Realty
Inc 863-635-0030
Blue Jordan-Frostproof
ATTN. HORSE LOVERS
1942 Old Grove Trail
Equestrian 4 bedroom 3.5
bath ranch style home with
grand master suite, walk out
basement, large living areas
and two wood burning fire-
places. Horse barn with 7
stalls; tack room complete
with toilet and sink. Sepa-
rate large RV: covered stor-
age shed, fenced pastures.
Asking $299,000 Call
Michelle 528-1103, Key-
stone Realty Inc. 863-
635-0030
2616 Sand Pine Trail-
Extremely nice 4 bedroom 2
bath oversized double wide
mobile home has formal liv-
ing room with built in tv unit,
dining room with built in cor-
ner cabinets, eat-in kitchen
w/ bar, family, room, master
suite has large walk in clos-
et, bath room with tub and
separate shower, 30'x90'
metal dream barn, perfect
for RV & boat storage plus
plenty of space left over for
workshop/Man Cave, or
convert it into a large horse
barn, All for a low price of
$136,900. OBO Call
Michelle 528-1136, Key-
stone Realty Inc 863-
635-0030
Frostproof
83 Laurel Lane Spacious
3 bedroom 2 bath Palm Har-
bor double wide on 5 acres
of fenced land ideal for hors-
es or cows, Asking only
$80,000. OBO Call Wes-
ley 863-528-4265 at
Keystone Realty Inc.
9 Keenan Way-Three full
baths; for each of the three
bedrooms, block home with
ceramic tile, family room
with fireplace, two open
lanai's, one partially
screened, in town location,
very close to Lake Reedy.
Asking only $95,000.00
obo Call Cindy 528-
0366 Keystone Realty
Inc. 863-635-0030.
90 S Lake Moody Rd-
Lake Moody Access Enjoy
220 ft. of Lakefront View on
the Wide Water- of Lake
Moody. This charming 4 br.
home with split bedroom
plan sits in 3.37 acres.
Plenty of room to expand,
great for small -farm, hors-
es, animals & hobbies. A
small grove is included on a
corner lot. Huge detached
garage/workshop in rear
plus a carport. 4/2 home
Asking $199,000 Other-
wise Best Offer! Call Fred
863-257-2210, Keystone
Realty Inc 863-635-0030
15 C Street 3 bedrooms,
2 baths, with pool and one
bedroom garage apartment.
Wood floors, fireplace, nice
front 'and back screened
porches. Asking
$138,900 Call Wesley @
Keystone Realty, Inc 863-
635-0030
1909 S. Lake Reedy Blvd
- 4 bedroom 2 bath on over
3/4 acres 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
405 Walter Ave 3 bed/I.5


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE

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,
whitecabinets, 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 CaII 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 true's 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


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1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
GEORGEOUS 3BR/3BA home
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 machine/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 Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
HOME PLUS Rentals! 2BR
2BA (could easily be 3BR), fire-
place, Fl 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 Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
JUST LISTED! "FIXER
UPPER!" Frame home with
siding, 3BR 1BA (remodeled),
living room, dining room (par-
tially remodeled kitchen),
inside laundry room w/d hook-
up, detached garage/work-
shop, oversized lot. ONLY
$19,000 Cash only Sale!
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
LAKE VIEW & Dock on
Reedy Lake! 4BR/2.5BA
"remodeled" home plus work-
shop, fenced yard, water &
sewer & well for lawn. ASKING
$97,500 LISTENINGG TO
OFFERS!"
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FI
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LAKE WALES 4BR/1BA
Concrete block home. New
energy efficient windows,
new floors and freshly paint-
ed inside. Master bedroom
has an oversized storage
room that could be convert-
ed 'into second. bathroom.
Inside utility room, fenced
backyard with "man cave"
workshop. Askinkg 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 -


1020 HOUSES FOR SALE
LARGE 2-3BR 2BA, newer
kitchen, tiled bathrooms, living
& dining room, privacy fence
back yard, shed, Ig screen
porch.PLUS a DUPLEX 2BR
and 1BA each unit. Walk to
school, lakes, all over town!
ASKING $119,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com
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 LAKE FRONT
HOME ON LAKE REEDY FOR
ONLY $99,000! "Oldie but Good-
ie" 2 bedroom 1 full bath with an
outside bath room near the lake!
Spacious living room, kitchen.
family room. with dining area
PLUS a dock, city water, well for
yard, and large shed! ASKING
$99,000
JUST LISTED! "Affordable, like-
new" 2BR/2BA home. Has formal
living & dining room, family room,
Sun room (heated/cooled by sep-
arate central unit), fantastic Kraft
Maid kitchen cabinets/corian
counter tops/all appliances, large
pantry with cabinets/shelves/and
sink. Loaded with amenities! 2 car
garage, irrigation system from
well, city water, Concrete
Dock/lights, shed, great open
patio & Much More! ASKING
$178,000 SALE PENDING!
JUST LISTED!. Cozy Lake Cot-
tage! IDEAL for winters! Has spa-
-cious living-dining ,combo, every-
day dining in Super Nice kitchen
(all appliances/newer sink/many
cabinets) 3BR/2BA and a nice
screen porch. Master suite has a
sitting area with sliding doors
viewing the lake and its own bath
with a stack washer/dryer unit.
SCity drinking water but yard irri-
gation from well. ASKING
99,500
NEW LISTING 1.7 acre lot with
200+ feet on Lake Reedy! Sea
wall, dock/bench/light, 30x40
pole barn with concrete floor,
great Gazebo with gas grill for
entertaining, and situated off the
street with a small wall and a gate
for privacy! Orange groves across
the street for more privacy! Home
has vaulted ceilings, "in-wall pest
control," alarm, open great
room/dining/kitchen all with
panoramic views of LAKE REEDY!
Spacious kitchen.has many Kraft
Maid cabinetries (lots of special-
ties), nice appliances, tile floor-
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between garage- and home for
easy access), office
(heated/cooled), 2 car garage,
screen porch overlooking Lake
Reedy, huge master suite has its
own master bath with a corner
Jacuzzi, separate shower, linen
closet, water closet and walk-in-
closet! LOTS MORE TO SEE!
ASKING $335,000
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, "in-
law suite has lbr/lba and a full
kitchen!" 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, 3BR/2BA
open great room, pool table,
newer kitchen cabinets & appli-
ances, nice pantry with ice
machine & extra refrigerator, out-
side kitchen, RV port, privacy
fenced, private road open to
Crooked Lake! ASKING
$175,000
BEST PRICE ANYWHERE ON
CRYSTAL-CLEAR LAKE! Fur-
nished 1BR/1BA on Silver Lake,
with huge workshop with a
IP.R IBA etliciern:v living area in
work. s.lp! ASKiI JG $86,000';'
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
dod' (boal 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
To see any of these homes!
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
Frostproof Fl
www.EstelleSullivan.com

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1040 CONDOSNILLAS
FOR SALE
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.
FORECLOSED CABIN
On 4 Acres! Just $89,900
Bring your hammer & nails.
Great fixer upper on beautiful
wooded rolling land. Enjoy
wildlife, creeks, ponds,. lake
access. Must see! Call 877-
888-0267 Ext. 436.




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 tees 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 IN Scenic Hwy
Frostproof FlI
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
t37 ACRE MIDDLE TN FARM
with 13 acre lake, nice home.
Selling, at Absolute Auction,
Memorial Day. Van Massey
Auction Lic 1711. (931)433-
8686 Visit vanmassey.com
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UIDATION Smoky Mtn. Lake
Property Priced @ Foreclo-
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SFinancing, 5Q. interest. Hurry-
Only 30 Reservations avail-
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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 S30
per month. Call Cindy
863-528-0366
Keystone Realty Inc.
245 S. Scenic Hwy.
Frostproof, FL 33843
Srealtygirl@juno.com
Office: 863-635,-0030
Fax: 863-635-0031
Cell: 863-528-1136
www.Keystone-RealEstate.NET
4BR/2.5BA home! Call
Today! Must have references
ESTELLE SULLIVAN REAL-
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109 N. Scenic Hwy-
Frostproof Fl 33843
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1210 HOMES FOR RENT

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
LAKE WALES ,4Bd/2Ba,
$695 mo. Convenient loca-
tion. Call 863-632-1481.
HOMES FOR RENT
Lake Wales/Highland
Park- 2BR/ 2BA condo situ-
ated on the first hole of the
golf course and features
brand new carpet in bed-
rooms, tile floors throughout
the rest of the condo and a
beautiful courtyard. Lawn
maintenance and water
included in rent. Golf course
is open to the public.
$850/month, SD $850. Call
Cole Vogel at Legacy Leas-
ing Services, Inc. 863-676-
0024 or visit www.Lega-
cyLeases.com ,
Lake, Wales- 3BR 2BA
CROOKED LAKE PARK canal
home with many updates!
Home features hardwood
floors, updated kitchen and
bathrooms and indoor utility
room. Master bathroorn fea-
tures a garden tub and sepa.
rate shower. Above ground
pool with decking. ,Fenced -
yard. Pool care included in
rent. $950/month. SD $950,
Call Maggie Stohler at Lega-
cy Leasing Services, Inc
863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com.
Frostproof- LAKEFRONT LIV-
ING- 3BR/2BA situated on
over 2 acres with a dock on
Lake Reedy. Newer paint and
flooring, Florida room, major
kitchen appliances and interi-
or washer/dryer hookup.
$1195/month, SD $1195.
Call Maggie Stohler at Lega-
cy Leasing Services, Inc
863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com
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-
cyLeases.com
Lake Wales- 3BR/2BA
home in Country Oaks that
boasts a spacious yard with
a fully privacy-fenced back-
yard. Includes 2 car garage
with automatic opener, 2
storage sheds and Florida
room. $950/month, SD
$950. 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. 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
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1210 HOMES FOR RENT

Features all new high end
appliances, vaulted ceilings,
1564 sq ft of living space,
one car garage and access
to community pool.
$1250/month, $1250 Secu-
rity Deposit. Call Cole Vogel
at Legacy Leasing Services,
Inc 863-676-0024 or visit
www.LegacyLeases.com
Babson Park- THIS 4
BD/2.5 BA HOME BOASTS a
spacious back screen porch
and fenced backyard. Large
living room. Enjoy a wood-
burning fireplace in the
kitchen. 4th bedroom could
also be used as an office,
den, or playroom. Indoor util-
ity room. Detached garage
provides additional storage.
Certain pets are ok.
$1100/month, $1100 Secu-
rity Deposit. Call Maggie
Stohler -at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 863-676-0024
or visit www.LegacyLeas-
es.com
Commercial
Nalcrest- 379 sqft for lease
in a community that boasts
500 apartments and approxi-
mately 800 residents. This
space would be ideal for a
hair or nail salon. There is an
attached bathroom. Water
and wifi included in rent.
$400/month. Call Maggie
Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Services, Inc 863-676-0024
or visit www.LegacyLeas-
es.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


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Lake Wales, FL 33853
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shape. $560 a month. 863-
605-4774. Lake Wales.
At Arbour wood LW spaces
2br/2ba. Include w/d. $650 a
month. Call 863-604-2773
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1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT

COLONIAL SQUARE
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Our updated villa-style
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comfortable living at a
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water. ,
Studio from only $425/mo
1 BR. from only $500/mo
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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

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 Lake Reedy
Estates
NEW LISTING! Lakek Reedy
Estates 1 acre lot, paved
road, Lake Access, -cleared
drive and homesite! Very wood-
ed! ASKING $18,500; .
1 Acre backs up :to Orange
grove ASKING $9,000 .
CITY LOT.
City lot, water & sewer, lake
view, home only $23,900
LAKE FRONT LOT
1 Acre on Lake Reedy, 156
ft lake frontage ASKING
$139,000
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 NScenic Hwy
:Frostproof Fl-
www.EstelleSullivan.com


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1526 OUT OFTOWN LOTS
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home or cabin. (828)394-
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1610 BUSINESS RENTALS
Comm Warehouse 4 Rent
1500 sqft 30x50 w/ 10x10
roll up dr. 3 ph power. 2
parking spaces. Also available
28x 50 open bay. Warehouse
$588. Open bay $321. 863-
287-9931. LW.
REDUCED! Commercial prop-
erty.322 S Scenic Hwy, LW.
Prime location. 1OK sq ft shop
w/14ft overhead doors.1500
sq ft office/showrm w/AC.
$1500 mo. +security. 863-
678-1498 or 863-241-
1528.
1620 COMMERCIAL/
INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
COMMERCIAL PROPER-
TIES
Two Buildings with a total of
6 units with 4. under lease.
Highway frontage, all in good
condition. ASKING $150,000
Central Business District
Building 2310 SF ASKING
$65,000 OBO
COMMERCIAL BUILDING
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Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Estelle Sullivan Realty
109 N Scenic Hwy
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Located on Hwy. 27 in Lake
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Zoned CE, Concrete block
building has mid-size garage
with two garage doors,
lobby, office and three
restrooms with entrance
from the outside. Sale
includes adjacent parcel for
a total of 3/4 acre. Former-
ly used as a sod company,
but most recently as a car
dealership/mechanic shop.
Owner will finance with a siz-
able down payment. Asking
$185,000.
Kris Bender
Bender Realty, LLC
863-223-8708
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Trucking is looking for OTR
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CDL-A Drivers Relocate for
Tons of Great Paying Texas
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bulk pneumatic trailer experi-
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Team Drivers. Tank and Dry
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ext. 238 Susan ext. 227 SUN-
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Drivers Wanted-OTR Food
Grade Tanker Drivers Needed
Competitive pay, Benefits,
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Please Send Resumes to
pnorthrop@thelake-
walesnews.com. or call
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Need CDL Drivers A or B
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transportation.com (800)501-
3783


2001 HELP WANTED
Need CDL Drivers A or B
with 2 yrs recent commerical
experience to transfer motor
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transportation.com (800)501-
3783
OTR DRIVERS- Food Grade
Tank Drivers. CDL-A w/tank
endorsement, Good MVR &
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required. Up to 42cpm
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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
SBrian Ackley at
backley@heartlandnewspa-
pers.com
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5054 CONTRACTORS

Miscellaneous Contract-
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GENERAL REPAIR!
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Lightening Rod Installa-
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Painting Commercial &
Residential
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Lic. & Ins.
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5115 LEGAL SERVICES
PREGNANT? CONSIDER-
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ted couple seeks to adopt.
S Financially secure. I lcditlicare
Professionals Expenses paid.
Gil & Dave (888)580-ADOPT
(2367). FL Bar#0150789
5230 MISCELLANEOUS
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6012 GARAGE SALES
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Sat Oct. 12th. From 7Am till
Noon. 43 W Park Ave, LW.
Call 863-589-5689.
Yard Sale. Fri & Sat Oct.
11th & 12th. From lOAm til 3.
Womans 6 1/2 shoes, Misc
clothes, Christmas items,
House ware goods. 539
Domaris Ave, LW.
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


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6165 STORAGE SHEDS/
BUILDINGS

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

6180 HEAVY/CONST.
EQUIPMENT
SAWMILLS -Band/Chainsaw -
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any dimension, anytime.
MAKE MONEY and SAVE
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Starting at $995.00
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FOR SALE

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270 WANTED TO
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BUYING
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HOLLY'S ARMY NAVY STORE
3440 Ave G NW
Winter Haven
Mon-Sat 10am-5:3Opm
Callfirst to confirm I'm there
863-299-6031
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SHolsters, Cots
PAYING CASH FOR USED
MILITARY GEAR
across from Home Depot,
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Sebring, FI 863-382-0600

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04 Toyota Tacoma ex-cab,
auto, pwr windows and locks
very low miles only 54551 well
maintained, super clean. Call
Sam at Alan Jay Toyota at
863-402-4272.





10 Kia Soul, leather, fully
loaded, included a sunroof,
auto, low...low miles, one
owner Certified Carfax. tall
Sam at Alan Jay Toyota at
863-402-4272.

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10 Toyota Tundra Crew
Cab, Ready to go to work for
you, fully equipped one owner
7yrs/100000 miles power
train warranty "Toyota Certi-
fied", clean Carfax only 32390
miles. Are you already, this
truck is thousands below new.
Call Sam at Alan Jay Toyota
at 863-402-4272.




11 Toyota Sienna LE, "Trihe
perfect people hauler" one
owner 7yrs/100000 miles
power train warranty. 'Toyota
Certified" Fully Loaded Carfax
Certified, one of a kind, low
miles save over $12987.00.
Call Sam at Alan Jay Toyota
at 863-402-4272.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


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



1991 NISSIAN 240 SX,
$3,000 Fire engine red
white leather seats, new (AtK)
engine.12,500 miles
5 speed, 4 cylinder, new tires,
sun roof, power windows and
Low-Jack alarm. 863-465-
0656. Lake Placid.
Seize the sales
with Classified!,


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


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.




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.






1996 Chevy PK, Auto, 6 cyl,
A/C, Util. LT, 4x4, 99,880,
$2,30r0.
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 Dodge Dakota, 5SP, 4
cyl, No A/C, 208,608, Black,
$1,500.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283





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


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS


2wu 15UU. Price $3,999.
Stock#: P5121A. 8-cylinder
5.7L V8. Automatic 4-speed.
Kelley's Used Cars. 863-
269-0977.


2000 Ford Explorer SUV,
Auto, 6 cyl, A/C, 154,119,
$2,220.
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 Toyota Camry-
$5,500- P589220A. Call
Tony at 863-438-3333.



2002 Buick Regal GS
Sedan.Black. S4.289. Stock#
B13134A. 4--Srjeed Automatic
with Overdrive, GRAND SPORT,
and VALUE PLUS. Call Can-
non's Car City 863-248-
8665.


2002 Chevrolet Impala,
Burgundy, $6,999. 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.
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2002 Ford Mustang. Blue.
Automatic. $6,499. Stock#
167623. 2dr Coupe, 5-spd, 6-
cyl 190 hp engine, MPG: 20
City29 Highway. Call Corona'
Auto Sales 863-551-8041.


2002 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.




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


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS




2003 Chevrolet Cavalier
Base Sedan. $3,550. Blue.
Stock# P7573A. 4dr Sedan.
2.20 2.2L 4-Cylinder SPI
DOHC SPI 16V. Call Cannon's
Car City 863-248-8665.




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


2003 Chevy S-10, Auto,
4cyl, A/C, 145,779, white.
$ 2,000.
Cash N Carry ONLY
or Layaway
J's Auto Mart
16580 Hwy 27
Lake Wales, FL
863-676-5283


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


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



2003 Lincoln LS V8 Sedan.
S5.000. 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.
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Have A Garage
Sale!





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




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




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.


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2004 Chrysler Town & 2006 Hyundai Elantra 4dr 2009 BMW/'X5 AWD 4dr
Country Touring Minivan/ sdn GIs Auto. $8,459. Red 301. $25,899. Black. Stock#
Van. $5,600. 4dr. 3.80 3.8L Automatic. Stock#: J3869. 301 $25839. Automatic. Call 863-k#
V6 OHV. 4-speed. Automatic. Call 863-665-2800. 1139 Automatic. Call 863-
Butane Blue .Stock# 665-2800.
B14002A. Call Cannon's Car t t h ,
City 863-248-8665. Get the -
Word out-
Advertise
in the 2009 Chevrolet HHR FWD.
SClassifieds! 4dr LT W/ LT. Red. Automat-
..._ __ __. I___ ic. Stock#: J3779. $11,290.
2004 Lincoln LS ,8 500 Bai h-'I' J-. Call 863-665-2800.
K634509A. Call Tony 863- --".s ll .-.-. -
438-3333.^^^. ^F 61 ^

i !2006 Mercury Grand Mar- .
Grquis LS Sedan. $7,995. -'"
SGreen. Stock #C6076A. Call 2009 Hyundai Sonata 4dr
Sorensen & Schade. 800- Sdn 14 Auto GIs. $8,999.
S639-5337. Green. Automatic. Stock#:
2004 Mazda 31- 6,999- 0 C1142. Call 863-665-2800.
U202584A. Call Tony at .. '" !1. ...


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




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


2005 Dodge Caravan.
White. Automatic. $4,999.
Sto-l# -41r6108. ---Passenger
Van, 4-spd, 4-cyl 150 hp hp
engine, MPG: 20 City26 High-
way. Call Corona Auto Sales
863-551-8041.





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.


2006 Cadillac STS V8. One
Owner, Loaded, all power,
NAV, sunroof. Excellent condi-
tion.$10,500 priced to sell
fast!! Dog not included. Call
863-243-3035. Lake
Placid.


2uuo 006 L Sierra 15Pu
SLT. Red. Automatic 4-speed.
Price $17,980. Stock#:
P5040. 8-cylinder 5.3L V8.
Kelley's Used Cars. 863-269-
0977.




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


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 SPORTTRACK
STK# FC64710X TAN
$19988. V-6, TOW PKG, 34K
MILES'LOCAL TRADE. Alan Jay
Ford Sebring. CALL
JONATHAN 863-271-9590.


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


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




2008 FORD EDGE
STK #F101543A RED
$14988. V-6, AUTO, A/C ,
LOCAL TRADE. Alan Jay Ford
Sebring. CALL JONATHAN
863-271-9590.




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




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 PONTIAC SOLSTICE
STK# F106184C BUR-
GUNDY $18988
CONVERTIBLE, CHROME, 21K
MILES LOCAL TRADE. Alan Jay
Ford Sebring. CALL
JONATHAN 863-271-9590.


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2009 Scion Xb 5dr Wgn
Auto (NatI). $15,999. Blue.
Automatic. Stock#: J3864.
Call 863-665-2800.




2010 Dodge Ram 1500
SLT. A real working truck,
priced to sell! Retail price
$33,175, Reduced to just
$29,995. Call Joe today at
Auto Ranch USA at 863-
633-9761.




2010 expedition limited
4x4. one owner. Silver, 73500
miles. $26450.00. Gene
Davis, Alan Jay Ford
Wauchula. 863-773-3992.



2010 Ford Fusion Sedan.
Very clean, w/ only 30K miles!
Great MPG! Was $16,800,
Reduced to only $14,995.
Call Joe today at Auto
Ranch USA at 863-633-
9761.




2011 f150 s/crew. 4x2 xlt,
clean. 5.0 v8. clean car-fax.
white, 41000 miles."
$23499.00. Gene Davis, Alan
Jay Ford Wauchula. 863-
773-3992.




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.


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 Cruze.
Dependable, w/ Fantastic MPG
too! Price reduced to only,
$14,439! Call Joe today at
Auto Ranch USA at 863-
633-9761.




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.




2012 Chevy Malibu LT.
Loaded & very nice w/ leather,
only 29K miles! Retail price
$19,999, price reduced to just
17,900. Call Joe at Auto
Ranch USA at 863-633-
9761.



2012 Chrysler 200 Convert
Convertible. $17,500. White.
Stock# CC1596. 2DR. Call
Sorensen & Schade. 800-
639-5337. .



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 F150 s/crew,
4x4 xlt. One owner/non smok-
er. super clean, eco-boost,
23600 miles. $31970.00. Call
Gene Davis, Alan Jay Ford
Wauchula 863-773- 3992.




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




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




2012 Nissan Sentra Sedan.
Save BIG on this economical,
like-new Nissan! MUST GO-
Drastically reduced to
$13,756! Call Joe today at
Auto Ranch USA at 863-
633-9761.


7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS




2012 Toyota Tundra EXT
CAB Truck Quad Cab.
$23,997. White. Stock#
C6077A. Call Sorensen &
Schade. 800-639-5337.



2013 CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY STK# RF0681
LIGHT BLUE $26877
LEATHER, DUAL PWR SLID-
ERS, FAMILY READY. Alan Jay
Ford. CALL JONATHAN
863-271-9590
SAdvertise Today! a




2013 Dodge Avenger SE
Sedan.$16,600. Black. Stock
#CC1597. Call Sorensen &
Schade. 800-639-5337.




2013 FORD EDGE LTD
STK# RFO671A BLACK
$29877. LEATHER, POWER
PKG, LOCAL TRADE. Alan Jay
Ford Sebring. CALL
JONATHAN 863-271-9590.
7140 MISC.DOMESTIC
AUTOS





2002 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
4 DR Sedan, cd and tape, 140k
mi, black w flames, sunroof, new
tires, excellent condition, inside &
out. $4000.00 863-465-6263
eves.
7260 AUTOS WANTED

All Autos Bought with or with-
out title any condition, year,
make or model. We pay up to
$20,000 and offer free towing
call: 8 13-5 16-084 7

7333 MISC. BOATS
JON BOAT, 14ft. 6hp John-
son w/ galvanized trailer. 28#
thurst trolling motor. Live well.
$1200 Call 863-899-2648.
7370 CAMPERS/
TRAVELTRAILERS








Semi Camper. Sleeps 2. Has
electric A/C, & water. $1,000
obo. Call 863-439-5163.
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Stock# 201351C. 9,299.
Pre- Owned 2004 Sun Val-
ey Sun Lite M955SD Truck
Camper. Call 866-906-
)755 or visit us online at
vww.campingworldofbartow.c
)m.


7370 CAMPERS/
TRAVELTRAILERS


Stock 479066. 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
www.campingworldof bar-
tow.com





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
us online at www.camping-
worldofbartow.com




Stock# 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
online at www.camping-
worldofbartow.com
Looking for
Adventure?
Find it
in the
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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-
tow.com



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Stock# 785 55A. Was
$29,000. Now $21,995. Sav-
ing $7,005. Pre-owned
211 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.


Stock# 82891A. Was
$32,995. Now $29,995. Sav-
ing $3,000. Pre- Owned
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
www.campingworldofbar-
tow.com


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