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Griffin heirs selling their shares in Alico

Price tag is $137.8 million for company that owns 131,000 acres

From Staff and Wire reports Alico owns nearly 131,000 acres of prominent Florida political figures the driving force of the creation of
land spread across five Florida counties including Griffin's granddaughter the state's 12th university Florida
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) The heirs including Alachua, Collier, Lee and Katherine Harris, who was secretary Polytechnic in 2012.
of a well-known figure in the Florida Polk that are used for citrus groves, of state during the 2000 presidential Under the deal, 734 Agriculture is
citrus industry are giving up control sugar cane and cattle ranching. election recount. partnering with Arlon Group to pur-
of a company that remains one of the The University of Florida stadium The deal announced last Friday chase nearly 51 percent of outstanding
state's largest private landowners. is. named after Griffin, who founded means that former state Sen. JD voting stock owned by Atlantic Blue
Two New York-based agricultural Alico and helped turn the company Alexander will be replaced as the com- Group at $37 a share. 734 Agriculture is
companies are spending $137.8 million into one of the state's most prominent pany's chief executive. Alexander, who a private investment company owned
to purchase shares of Alico Inc. now companies. rose to the post of the Senate's budget
held by the heirs of Ben Hill Griffin Jr. The Griffin clan has included committee chairman, was considered ALICO 1 16

Three injured 'Little Big Man' has

in shooting a happy homecoming

range explosion Former Bulldog Nickell buthe'sgotabig
C "-heart," said safety
Robey helps lead Bills Da'Norris Searcy.
By BRIAN ACKLEY 0* Robey showed
BACKLEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM to win at Miami that heart, and
mbre, Sunday in
An accident at a Frostproof shooting range Friday By BRIAN ACKLEY a homecoming of sorts,
resulted in injuries to three workers there. Despite the playing three
fact that one of the injured was airlifted to Lakeland Thehours southeast
Regional Medical Center, none of the injuries were have a nickname for former of
ultimately life-threatening. Frostproof star Nickell ostproo
According to-reports from the Polk County Sheriff's Robey, whose unlikely as the Billse
Office and State Fire Marshall's office, the incident football journey is continu to meeto
at Universal Shooting Academy on County Road 630 ing this year as a member Mi.i to meet.
started at 10:43 a.m. Friday when Cody Hutto, 21, of the Buffalo Bills. theBuffalo won, 23-21, helpedhins.
of 205 Arbuckle Lane in Frostproof was "depriming" "We call him Little Buffalo won, 23-21 elped
ammunition when for unknown reasons, the primer Big Man, because in part by the one-time Bulldog
ignited and caused an explosion. who returned an interception 19
According to reports, Hutto suffered shrapnel he may beli yards in the first quarter for the
injuries to the face and chest area, and was airlifted to
_LRMC. Reports said he was hit with "multiple" pieces ROBEY 16
of small shrapnel, including one.that struck him near
the right eye.
Also hurt was Tyler Rodgers, 18, of 415 Thomas
Avenue in Frostproof who had shrapnel to his right
arm and leg and Kelly Fazzini, who reported ringing in
his ears because of the loud explosion.
Fazzini drove himself and Rodgers to Florida
Hospital in Sebring for treatment of their injuries, the
sheriff's office noted.
According to the fire marshall's office, the mishap
happened in the facility's ammunition reloading room.
According to Ashley Carn, a spokesperson for the
state fire marshal's office in Tallahasse, their investi-
gation revealed that workers were depriming brass
cartridges using a commercial ammunition loading
mechanism, when an explosion occurred. She added
that the cause of the explosion was ruled accidental,
resulting from an ammunition primer becoming
lodged in the de-priming mechanism of one of the
machines, and igniting as the mechanical rod pushed -
it from the brass casing.

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Growing in the quiet place

Life as a hearing-impaired child

By KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ him to be able to independently survive in until Friday evening, and as a mom, you .
KLBERKOWITZ@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM the world. are having to put all your trust into that
'"As he's gotten older, and especially staff, into every one of them."
He usually walks into a room, smile now, in the last few years, he has matured She says that for him to be independent
first. so much, so fast, emotionally, mentally, as an adult someday, she knows "that is
But there is something very different he's OK, I know he's OK, so I am not going where he needs to be."
about 13-year-old Brandon Martin. to dwell on it," she said. "So I am at peace with it, because I'
He was born profoundly deaf. When he was young, he attended the know that is God's plan for him. But I
His mother, Alison Kinloch Martin, Wisconsin School for the Deaf for pre- never get used to it, half of my heart is PHOTO PROVIDED TO THE LAKE WALES
notes that her son, bor at Florida school and kindergarten, here with Brittany, the other half is in NEWS
Hospital in Sebring, only weighed about She said she was comforted by being St. Augustine, every single week." :
five pounds at birth, able to see her son with other children Every night, the two talk via television Brandon Martin and his charming smile. This
"I had a very high-risk pregnancy with who were also deaf, "from little ones to young man was born profoundly deaf, but is an
hirm They almost lost me on the table, big ones, communicating with each other, QUIET 13 inspiration to his family and friends.
they weren't sure about him. So then it happy and laughing. I knew he would be
was an emergency C-section." OK and he loved it."
Alison notes that she was already con- Then Brandon's mom learned he also
cemed, being that he was born prema- had ADHD, (Attention Deficit Hyperactive S
turely, this little boy, her second child. Disorder), "so that was a whole new thing A New Store In Lake Wales Is Searching
"About six months old, I knew because to learn about and educate myself."
of having Brittany (her oldest daughter) She describes her son, at ages 4,5, For Shift Leaders With 3 Or More Years
that something wasn't right. And the and 6. Of Experience At A Quick Service
pediatrician said he was a preemie, and "He was my little daredevil, my little p
that he just needs a little extra time, he escapee," she said. Restaurant.
was a little delayed." Three separate times she had to call the
"Well; I wasn't satisfied with that. As police because he was getting out of the
a mom, I knew something was wrong house, even in the middle of the night, he REQUIREMENTS: N
... so then I went to another doctor and would "be out of his bed and darting out i 0Dm ? \lD
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our Christmas parade was in town, and "We would go to the driveway, and I Flexible Hours Along Store Hours
the fire trucks were going by, the sirens of would try to hold his hand, to get him in
the police cars were going by, it did not the car, into the car seat, and he would let Driug Screening/ Background Check
scare him, it did not frighten him. He was go real quickly, and out on the sidewalk he
eight months old, and I knew in my heart would go, two or three streets until I could Minimum 3 Years Experience Performing
at that time that something very bad was get to him. So I call him my little escapee. Duties. -
wrong with my son and it must have been That was the thing -I knew I could not a eme :
his hearing." just holler his name, and have him turn
They got a second opinion and that and look at me, like the average parent
doctor did acomplete hearing screening can when a child is running away. It's
and examined Brandon's brain stem. just an instant, undescribable fear where
'And that is when they discovered he my body just had to literally take off just
was profoundly deaf," she said. to save him. He couldn't hear cars, and
"So he doesn'thave any sounds in either cars were going up and down the road. *
ear." I'm scared to death of the cars coming
Because he was hearing impaired, his to the next street where the houses are.
mom notes, there were a lot of things that Three different times I had to call the cops
took a little longer to master. because he got away from me and those
"Reading stories, learning skills, even are the most undescribable feelings in my
the balance ... he had occupational entire life, where they were trying to help
therapy to help with his balance because me find him."
he fell a lot. And even the basic motor But Brandon continued to grow and
skills of a young child, being able to hold mature, and the family made their home
things in his hands, being able to speak, in LakeWales.
all the things he couldn't do that are It was then that she noticed one day,
difficult because of the loss of hearing that how when she came to pick him up from
you don't think about," she said. school, and he was sitting in the car rider
Occupational therapy helped a great zone, that he was all alone. It was a
deal. step of faith, then, that she says she had
His balance improved. to take, to put him in another school for
And how did Alison prepare herself hearing-impaired children, this time, the
mentally for the news that her son was Florida School f6r the Deaf and Blind,
deaf? which is located in St. Augustine. Every
'A lot of prayer, there was nothing but week, she takes him to board the bus,
prayer, just asking for strength to help me which picks him up at Posner Park and he
get through it, whatever the results would is away for the school week, then returns
be. I was terrified." on the weekends. :
She says that the first thing she thought "That was the hardest sacrifice, send- LT H I
of is "how canI help Brandon," and her ing him on that bus ... knowing that I
thought was specifically that she wanted wouldn't see him from Sunday evening

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UIET Pastor Walt Nelson's son, Joseph, and people learn sign language, so that the Brandon will never be the only one,
with Lake Wales Police Deputy Chief communication barriers experienced and there's many children out there
Troy Schulze' son, Terry, in the church by hearing-impaired people would be that deserve everybody around them to
FROM PAGE 2 gymnasium. open. She would like to raise awareness be able to communicate with them and
They are all in the same youth group, for the hearing-impaired population. include them," she said.
monitor, so she can see him and he can and Terry says that Brandon is like any "Brandon is not the only one, "Deaf people are God's people too."
see her. other kid, except it is a little harder to
They have a timed conversation so communicate with him.
other students can use the monitor. "What I try to do I point to things,"
It is difficult for her at times, but as she Terry says, as they play ball.
notes, "it's all about Brandon and doing He notes with a chuckle that his friend
what is best for him." is a pretty good ball player.
And he, as he is growing into that stage Eye contact is constant between the two
when boys talk less to their moms, cut her as they are playing, he says.
short one night as they conversed, saying "He's pretty cool and we accept him
he "had to go." and treat him like any other sport," says
She smiles as she says she guesses he is Terry.
growing up. One other bit of Brandon-trMiia is that
Alison has learned sign language to Terry says Brandon likes the Winter Haven
communicate with her son, and so has restaurant, "Tijuana Flats," he notes, "a
her daughter, Brittany. lot." AIlik
Brittany notes that they are like any Schulze says "I would describe him as a TRAVELERSJ
other brother and sister, and sometimes very intuitive boy," he said.
disagree, and that's when their fingers get Very often, in youth, Brandon's sister
really active. would interpret for him, so as she was
Expressions, too, come to the surface, listening, he could be as well. m
and Alison notes that Brandon watches "Truth comes down to it, Brandon is
people and their reaction to him, and how like any other middle-schooler," Schulze B S
they relate to him. said. 1 E S
When Brandon comes home, it is time "He plays, notices girls, likes sports. P
to catch up. He does really well. He does laugh, he's
Alison and her children are very engaging the kids. He's not afraid," notes :L He
involved at Impact Church in Lake Wales, Schulze.
where Brandon plays basketball with Alison says she desires that more. % *

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What happens when serial reform meets politics?

Young people would call it an "epic fail." 'ew political appointees whose allegience is split between
The state Board of Education threw school reform ur Viewpoint the schools and students they are appointed to serve
into further chaos recently when it voted not to and the governor who appointed them. Current
require the state's 67 school districts to use educa- reforms.even as the BOE, Scott and the Legislature Education Commissioner Pam Stewart is the fourth
tional materials that were developed in a multistate failed to implement its own reforms. person to hold the job in the past three years.
partnership aimed at establishing national standards On the same day it was detaching itself from The politicization of the Board of Education was no
known as Common Core. Bowing to Johnny-come- Common Core, which was to be applied next school more apparent than with the Common Core about-
lately opponents to Common Core, which Florida year, the BOE extended its "safety net" put in place face. Right up until last month, the board arid the
joined with 44 other states to develop over the past last year when districts across the state suffered dra- Department of Education it oversees were working
several years, Florida will how embark on an uncer- matic drops in school grades, based in part on freshly hand-in-hand with the independent nonprofit .
tain course to develop its own tests and standards, stringent FCAT standards. The safety net prevents Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College
even as many of its districts could opt to employ a school from dropping more than two grade levels and Careers and the federal Department of Education
Common Core materials and standards. through 2014-15. Nearly one in five schools in the to create teaching materials, tests and universal
The BOE vote comes on the heels of an about- state would have done so if the net weren't in place standards. Now, for purely political purposes, it must
face last month by Gov. Rick Scott, who had last year. appear to go back to the drawing board.
backed Florida's involvement in the Partnership for The debacle is a prime example of the pitfalls of se- We suspect, though, that what will really happen is
Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers. rial education reform mixed with finger-in-the-wind that the materials, tests and standards will be virtual-
Specious claims about maintaining the state's political meddling. Ironically, the meddling began ly identical to the ones produced by the partnership,
educational independence fly in the face of a clear when Florida voters amended the state Constitution with the offensive Common Core label erased to
need to demonstrate Florida's schools are.producing to eliminate the education commissioner as an satisfy foes. It's a sad commentary on the state of
college- and job-ready graduates. Creating a parallel elected Cabinet position. The loss of independence -- the state's politics and the inability of our leaders
set of tests and standards that somehow mirrors the governor now picks the commissioner and seven to stand up to ill-informed bullies who carry such
Common Core will put Florida behind the states that other members of the Board of Education has outsized influence relative to their number, stature
have resisted the tea party-fueled opposition to the produced a turnstile of education commissioners and and knowledge.

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Thanks for poCity commissioers recenly agreed
als or yr supV r to study relaxation of city ordinances +, '
regulating animal husbandryand truck N s Sit
The great historic singer and com- the works of thy hands; you have put farming within city limits. This third ar-
poser of the Bible by the name of David, all things under his feet including all tide discusses the moral benefits, social
composed a song in Psalms 8 and he sheep, oxen, and beasts of the field; the costs, and public health consequences.
started and ended the song with these fowl of the air,'the fish of the sea and ev- There is no question that growing
words: "0 Lord, our Lord, how excellent erything that passes through the seas!" vegetables and raising animals has im-
is thy name in all the earth ... !" Then he The Psalmist seems to be wondering, mediate benefits to those who consume
expresses how God speaks through the why man? With all of his faults, failures fresh organic food. This growing guarantee that no ne would get sick
mouths of immature infants when he and frailties! Why man? With all of his trend. The problems come from im- or die from disease or confrontation, I
said: "Out of the mouths of babes and imperfections! It is as if he is saying proper cleaning and slaughtering, and would support thiseffort. If someone
sucklings has thou ordained strength ... seems to me God, that you could have the mishandling of animal waste. When could guarantee that we wont find a
The psalmist really put it in perspec- had another alternative to man! Then mistakes are confined to afamily farm, poisoned coyote iKiwanisPar wit
tive when he said: "When I consider he seems to conclude with the thought: he public impact is minimal unless the pile of vultures spreading conanated
thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, I know why man. "0 Lord our Lord," farm sells commercial vegetables, like meat everywhere, I would suport
the moon and the stars, which thou has It is because of your unsearchable Colorado with 33 deaths. The funda- effort. If someone could gua ee at
ordained. What is (little ole) man, that "excellence, associated with thou name mental issue here is whether grandma the taxpayers will not suffer expense
thou art mindful of him? And even the throughout the whole earth!" should be allowed to raise chickens in and our public workers not stiffer harm,
sons and daughters of a man, that thou The Psalmist, David, expresses my town, in order to feed herself. While I I would support this effort. Bit as we
would even visit him? exact sentiments. Why man, but more could have a lengthy discussion how know, there are no guarantees in life.
Yet "thou has made him a little lower specifically, why me, at the tender this proposal confirms the horrid My own experience with this issue
than the heavenly Angels; you have age of 13? But David said that He is condition of our social safety net for arose as soon as I took occupancy. My
crowned him with glory and honor; the poor and elderly, that discussion
you made him to have dominion over PIERCE. 5 is for another time. If someone could SMITH 5

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Wednesday, October 23, 2013 The News Page 5

The Inquiring


Will parking enforcement by
the city help improve business Erika Schlinder, Lake Wales Jackie Edwards, Lake Wales Peggy King, Lake Wales
in Cdowntown Lake W ales ?We have clients complain all the time Absolutely. I think it would be very No. They spend thousands and
they have to circle the block to park beneficial. They could make an thousands of dollars (on landscaping)
so it will help. I personally feel to own exception for owners and employees to bring people to downtown Lake
a business in downtown and park in by issuing a parking pass for more than Wales and prior to doing so they
front of it, you're not putting six hours. failed to make adequate parking.
customers as your No. 1 priority.

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m E far and near. Those who came from all across the chief sponsor, the First Institutional Missionary
.R CKLE United States; across Florida; across Polk County Baptist Church for helping to make this historic
Sand all throughout the city of Lake Wales. A special occasion a reality! And to those who wanted to come
FROM PAGE 4 thank you to my precious and darling wife Sandra but had a scheduling conflict, we thank you so very
who was with, and supported me for 42 of those much!
so excellent, that "Out of the mouthsof babes and 50 years; to my children Candice, Anthonandnd And for my 50 years of ministerial sojourn, and for
sucklings he ordains strength." So when I look at the Joseph Jr. for their support and understanding; to all that was said and occurred on Saturday, Oct. 5,
unworthiness of humanity, I readily join in with the my dad, my father-in-law and my many siblings who 2013, to God, be all the glory!
Psalmist and say: "O Lord our Lord, how excellent is came from all across the country; to my 50-member Rev. J. J. Pierce, Sr.
thy name in all the earth." head table guests; to our special sponsors who are First Institutional Missionary Baptist Church Inc.
So please let me say a big thank you to everyone listed on the back of our program, along with our Lake Wales
IT populace. I've discussed the specific bacteria from Discussion of vegetable gardens presents the issue
S TH animal waste and their associated human diseases. of unregulated use of insecticides, herbicides, fungi-
2,500 to 3,000 people die every year on average from cides, fertilizers, and rodent control poisons. Water
FROM PAGE 4 diseases caused by food poisoning. Every year. That's flows downhill and excessive chemicals will end up in
60 for Florida. The real question becomes, how much the watersheds. The commissioners recently agreed
house, as well as my neighbors, had a rat infestation, social and moral benefit is your child or grandchild's to a SWFWMD storm water retention basin in Lake
Apparently they were from a largefamily nest on life worth? Can you trust your neighbor or that Wailes Park at a taxpayer expense over $50,000, to
Cephia Street, which was near a chicken coop. I could stranger up the street to protect your child from fecal reduce pollutants. Is it sensible to agree to spend our
have my information wrong on the last part, but the contamination? To the mayor and commissioners. money to clean up Lake Wailes on the west side, then
rats were quite real. - .. How much is grandma's or some child's life worth? All turn around and allow increases of polluted run off
Do the risks outweigh the benefits? I discussed it takes is one bad mistake by someone you don't con- from the other sides? It doesn't make sense to me. I
how the "users" won't necessarily follow the rules trol to start the vector, just like that church member strongly recommend against unfettered, unregulated,
of any relaxation, which initiates the risk cycle. I've with measles in Texas. Do any of you want a death and uncontrolled truck farming within the city limits.
discussed how the proposal could and would lead to or disease outbreak on your conscience? I strongly
contamination vectors that pose health threats to the recommend animal husbandry not be allowed. Nicholas Smith is a resident ofLake Wales.

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

Five-year-old child left alone at Mall

Compiled by Kathy Leigh Berkowitz county, but a check had been passed at Police say when they approached pipe and small amount of marijuana in
KLBERKOWIT'Z@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM SunTrust Bank in Lake Wales. the driver's window, they smelled a a plastic baggie, which tested positive for
Police took her information and asked strong odor of marijuana and the driver marijuana.
A 5-year-old child was left at the mall by her to fax the front and back copies of the admitted she had just smoked some, The driver was cited for speed and
their mother, according to police reports. check to the police department. reports say. Police had the woman get taken to the Polk County Jail for the
Lake Wales Police Officers Harmon and A report will be forwarded to out of the car and they found a small marijuana charge.
Townsel went to Eagle Ridge Mall to relieve investigations.
Officer Carlos on the day shift and were
called to the mall by security, who had Retail theft reported
discovered a 5-year-old child in the mall's at Walmart
food court. Officers were called on Oct. 18 to an
Police say they thought the child had alleged retail theft at Walmart.
apparently been left at the mall as no Police say the suspect was taken
parents could be located. Reports note that into custody at the Lake Wales Police
within a short time, a female called mall Department.
security and told them she believed her The case is under investigation.
child had been left there by accident She
then returned to the mall immediately to Young man beat up and
claim the child, robbed while selling phone
Once there, police say she explained that
she had been at the mall with other family On Oct 18, Lake Wales Police met with
members and her seven children, includ- a complainant and his mother at Lake
ing the 5-year-old. When the group left the Wailes Lake. The complainant reported
mall, they did so in two separate vehicles. that while at the basketball courts, he sold
She thought that family in the other car an Iphone to a male teenager.
had the child and vice versa, according Reports say he received the phone from
to police. When she arrived home, they a friend at school and:sold it to the teen for
noticed the small child was not with them. $10. However, just after getting the money,
She did not have her phone, so she left another male punched him, grabbed the
her residence in Haines City and went to a money, and both male subjects ran away
phone where she called the mall. with the phone and the money.
Police say "She was visibly upset over the The victim claimed he knew the
event and there did not appear to be any subjects were both students at the high
intent to bring harm to the child." school, but said he did not know any
Reports say no charges have been filed at names. Police say he had no visible
this time, and added that the Department injuries. During the investigation, both the
of Children and Families was notified of victim and his mother decided they did
the event not want to pursue the case any further.
At that point they asked that the report
Suspicious person reported be dropped and nothing else be done.
On Friday, Oct 18, police received a However, officers explained that he need-
suspicious person report in the area of ed to complete a report, so they signed a
Central Avenue and Fourth Street waiver ofprosecution. He also sent this
Reports described the man as a black information to Officer Jonathan Fletcher
male, tall and thin, weairing a pink shirt. in hopes that some suspect information
Whenofficers arrived on scene, they say might betgained.
they saw the person in the alley north of
Central on a bicycle, and said the person Bicycle theft
attempted to flee. Officers lost sight ofhim. On Oct 19, LakeWales Police met with
Police say they got out on foot and began the victim near Hesperides Road regard-
to check yards and in the trees for the per- ing the theft of a bicycle.
son. He was found trying to hide in the side According to reports, he noted that some
yard at a residence on East ParkAvenue, time between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m., someone
where he was ordered out and taken into took his Univega brand mountain bike
custody without incident that had been sitting near the front steps.
Police say he had a warrant from The bike was black with a gel seat, chrome
Hillsborough County for grand theft, and handlebars, a clip on style headlight and a
added he was also charged with loitering red tail light mounted under the seat The
and prowliig. rear tire on the bike was also worn out as
He was later taken to the Polk County the bike was about 10 years old.
Jail, reports note.
Pot found on driver
Checkbook reported stolen According to police reports, on Saturday
On Oct 18, LakeWales Police Officer night, Oct 19, a female driver was stopped
McCalley took a phone call from a female by police onThompson Nursery Road,
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Sedwick's suicide cold hasten

cyber-bulling crackdown

By MARGIE MENZEL State Sen. Dwight Bullard, a Miami
THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Democrat and sponsor of the new law
(SB 626), said its implementation is
TALLAHASSEE Polk County Sheriff moving forward, but not fast enough for Zachary Rogers, 26, was working late on he 21stAmendment liquor
Grady Judd, who last week arrested two many parents and educators. store. It was just past midnight when an armed earing a ski mask entered I
middle-school girls for their alleged "People are upset that action wasn't the store and forced Rogers and another store eployee, Alicia Grabarczyk, 25,
roles in the suicide of a third girl, says taken sooner," he said. "Sometimes down a hallwaytoward an office where the saf was kept. With a concealed
there's a message for bullies and their legislation can't catch up with the handgun inhis front pocket, Rogers chose isi rnt of opportunity careful-
parents realities of life." ly. n one quick motion, Rogers pushed Grabacyk tothe floor and fired at the
When are we going to stand up, as a The law defines bullying as "teasing, armed robber. He then helped Grabarczy th e and out of the line of
society, and say, 'Bullying is unaccept- social exclusion, threat, intimidation, fi e. Althoughthe rglar ad been struck; S s m re his firearm. Rog-
able d there are consequences?" he physical violence, or emotional paifire. Although the burglar had been struck, Rogers saw him raise hisfirearm. Rog-
able d there are consequences?"' he physical violence, or emotional pa ers firedthreemore rounds at the gunman which proved fatal. Neither Rogers
said. or discomfort." The bullying doesn't ianapolis, INg 0 2)
Judd's department arrested 14-year- have to take place at the school if it nor Grabarczykwere harmed. (Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, IN, 10/1.112)
old Guadalupe Shaw and 12-year-old "substantially interferes with or limits
Katelyn Roman on charges of felony the victim's ability to participate or While at home with his wife and daughter, a homeowner prepared to go outside
aggravated stalkingin the suicide of benefit from the services, activities; or to investigate a sudden power outage. His wife asked him to carry his firearm
Rebecca Sedwick, whojumped to her opportunities offered by a schoolor with him as a precaution.As he opened the front door to step outside, three men
death last an abandoned' substantially disrupts the education charged him in an attempt to gain entry. The homeowner pushed his wife aside
cement plantin Lakeland. The case has process or interferes with the orderly as hefell backward and fired at the intruders. His daughter, a student in her early
drawn national attention because it is operation of a school." 20s, hid in another room and called police. One of the three home invaders suf-
alleged to have included cyber-bullying, State Sen. Bill Montford, a Tallahassee fered multiple gunshot wounds and was listed in serious condition. The remain-
with Sedwick facing online messages Democrat and chief executive officer ing two suspects managed to escape. The homeowner and his family were not
such as, "You're ugly,"Why are you still of the Florida Association of District seriously injured. (Sun Sentinel, Miramar, FL, 10/2/12)
alive?" and "Go kill yourself." School Superintendents, said the imple-
Now, Judd, who is president of the mentation varies by district but overall Kendra St Clair, a 12-year-old at home alone one day during her fall break, called
Florida Sheriffs Association, is calling is going well. her mother at work to say there was a man repeatedly ringing the doorbell and
for othertypes of penalties for cy- "Most of the superintendents wel- banging on the door. When no oneanswered the door, she said he disappeared.
ber-bulying. Thainudes counseling comed this law, because they knew it St. Clair's mother instructed her daughter to get her .40-cal.Glock pistol and go
and anti-bullying classes, anger-man- was a problem, and they needed the into abathroomcloset. St. C heard him break in through theback door.
agementcassesthough theFlorida legal authority to reach out and do- :into a bathroom closet. St. Clair heard him break in through the back door. As
agement classes through the Florida. legalauthority to reach out and do the man'made his wy through her hom e 911 disptchers keptSt: Clair on the
Department of Juvenile Justice and something about it,"'Montford said. themanmade his way through her home, 911 dispatchers kept St. Clair onthe
perhaps most dauig for youths the Judd said Shaw led as many as 15 phone. He was inside the home for approximately six minutes before he made
loss of accss to cephones. girs in bullying Sedwick in person, and his way to the bathroom where St. Clair was hiding. When she saw the door knob
Sedwick's suicide came just weeks nasty messages continued online after begin to turn, she fired the gun. The 32-year-old intruder was taken into cus-
after anew law went into effect, adding Sedwick switched schools. Judd said he' tody after being treated fora gunshot to the chest. (The Oklahoman, Durant, OK,
cyber-bullying to the public school made the decision to arrest the 14-year- 10/20/12)
system's list of prohibited behavior. As old Shaw after she posted an online
of July 1, students and school employ- response to the suicide. "Guadalupe George Polanin, 66, went to bed early one evening only to be awakened by
ees are protected from harassment via sends this message: 'Yes, I bullied : noises coming from inside his home. He was upstairs and followed the sound
technological and electronic'commu- Rebecca, and she killed herself, and I of footsteps to the basement. When he reached the stairs, Polanin said he could
ications- e ven beyond the school don't give a'bleep,'" Judd said. "And 'see only the intruder's feet." ... I got my weapon and basically told him I had a
grounds. that was the last straw." weapon, it wasloaded and I will use it,"Polanin said. He then ordered the intruder come out as he dialed 911. Polanin held the intruder at gunpoint until police
Sarrived. (Kenosha News, Kenosha, WI, 10/17/12)
'Ba c k U p cW r r Cindy Schachter, an employee at Furnari Jewelers, was working when two men
Pre ous Pi tures entered the store around 4 p.m.:Schachter's boss, Anthony Furnari, was sittingiat
P e: iou s l a a his desk facing the showroom. Something about the men made Schachter un-
V l a l 't easy, so she gave herboss a quiet warning right before they pulled clothing over
their faces and jumped over the counter. Furnari quickly pulled his.38-cal. hand-
*u gun from his desk and fired several rounds at one of the suspects as he came
W Wil backup your: toward him. Furnari was severely beaten as both men tried to gain control of his
Pictures firearm.When Furnari fought back, the men grabbed a display of gold chains and
D e fled. One suspect was later taken into custody after seeking treatment for sev-
Documents ,eral bullet wounds. It was last reported that the second suspect was still at large.
Fa riteS Furnari suffered a broken nose, a concussion, multiple stitches to the face and
S hand, and a fractured rib. Schachter was reportedly unharmed. (The Republican,.
M, Music Chicopee, MA, 10/17/12)
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Jatk and Linda Dillon were roused from their sleep at approximately 2:45 a.m.
On a Free USB when they realized someone had just broken into their home. The intruder
Sgained entry through an unlocked window. He allegedly entered the home with
Flash DrIve intent to steal electronics. Linda called 911 as Jack retrieved a firearm and con-
SUp To 8 fronted the 29-year-old intruder in their living room. Jack fired when the man
Slunged at him. The intruder's wound proved fatal. (The Morning Journal, Elyria,
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OBITUARIES New free diabetic class
The Polk Health Care Plan has will also discuss the importance
Dotti Klause announced additional free Diabetic of nutrition, physical activity and
Classes for Polk County residents on weight management in dealing with
Ms. Dotti was very involved in the Franciscan Nov. 4, Nov. 22 and Dec. 9. To reserve the disease. They will also talk about
Klause, 79, of Society of the Catholic Church, seats, residents should call 863-519- blood glucose monitoring and cover
Lake Wales, Fla., and was a Minister of the Holy 2041 or 863-519-2066. the different medications and ways to
died on Sunday, Communion Eucharist at the Holy "With diabetes becoming a serious schedule diabetic check-ups.
Oct. 20, 2013, Spirit Catholic Church in Lake problem in Polk County, the Polk Health Classes are scheduled for:
in Melbourne. Wales. She had lived at 1000 Roses Care Plan felt it was important to offer Monday, Nov. 4 from 1 to 4 p.m. at
She was born prior to moving to Water's Edge. these free classes to residents," said the Mary Norma Campbell Center, 2226
May 11, 1934, She is survived by several nieces Marilyn Sylvia, a community nurse Karen St., Lake Wales
in Wilkes Barre, i 2 and nephews. Visitation will begin for the county. "We strongly believe Friday, Nov. 22 from 9 a.m. to noon
Pa., and retired at 10 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 25, 2013, the best way to mitigate the damage at the Angels Care Center of Eloise, 960
to Lake Wales at Holy Spirit Church, a Franciscan diabetes has caused our residents is SnivelyAve., Eloise
in the late Rosary will begin at 10:30 a.m., to arm them with the knowledge they Monday, Dec. 9 from 1 to 4 p.m. at
1980s from West Dotti Klause and her Funeral Mass at 11 a.m. need to combat the disease." Diabetic the Medulla Community Center, 1049
Palm Beach. She was a dedicated Entombment will follow at Glen Classes will include a general overview Parker Rd:, Lakeland
registered nurse for 37 years. She Abbey Memorial Park. of the disease process, highlighting To reserve seats either of these
ways to prevent, detect and treat the free classes, call 863-519-2041 or
M arsh l Ane complications of diabetes. Educators 863-519-2066.
Marshelle Angeline G. CX -RE
Lorentz Cassone
Mrs. Marshelle Lorentz, 58, of Lake Angeline G. Cassone of Indian Lake Meeting canceled Housing Authority is underway.
Wales, Fla., went home to be with the Estates died Friday, Oct. 18, 2013, at her The Lake Wales Recreation the audit. Al Kirkland, executive
Lord on Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013, at her residence. Services will be held at a later Commission meeting on Monday was director, said the firm will pres-
home. Arrangements are by Johnson date. Marion Nelson Funeral Home in canceled due to the lack of a quorum. ent the findings to the board of
Funeral Home of Lake Wales. Lake Wales is handling the arrangements.
LW Housing Authority directors upon completion and
will then be submitted to the U.S.
Joh C. isinger Paul E. Giroux audit underway Department of Housing and Urban
hn C. Gisinger Paul E. Giro x The annual audit of the Lake Wales Development.
Mr. John C. Gisinger, 92, of Lake Mr. Paul E. Giroux, 84, of Lake Wales,
Wales, Fla., died on Monday, Oct. 21, Fla., died on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013,
2013, at Lake Wales Medical Center. at Life Care Center of Winter Haven.
Arrangements are by Johnson Funeral Arrangements by Johnson Funeral
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'Scenic' shopping at the 39-mile yard sale

Six hours and 39 miles, it is, the by the Banquet Hall, providing a large is also having a huge sale," she said. This event is sponsored by Ben Hill
Annual 39-Mile Scenic HighwayYard community location for all along the The Babson Park community sale Griffin Inc., Bok Tower Gardens, Florida's
Sale, to be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. north end of the Scenic Highway. Joining location is at the Webber University's Natural, Hunt Bros., Lake Wales Care
Saturday, Nov. 2. Haines city is Dundee where community Band Building parking lot, just across Center, Lake of the Hills Community
Residents as well as businesses along members can set up at the Civic Center from the main campus. Club, Sun Coast Media Group (The
the 39 mile route are setting up sales at Lake Marie. And, according to Frostproof organiz- Frostproof News, The Lake Wales
tables offering a wide array of "finds" for Further south is the quaint historic er, Diana Webster Biehl, "Frostproof is News), Babson Park Women's Club, Lake
the canny shopper. community of Lake of the Hills. Johanna always fun. It is a fabulous old Florida Hamilton Women's Club, the City of
For the sixth year, people will be able Buscher, a community organizer said, town, and the community sale is at the Frostproof, the Town of Hillcrest Heights,
to find bargains and treasures from "We always have a great sale at the intersection of Wall Street and Scenic Town of Highland Park, the City of Lake
Haines City all the way south through Lake of the Hills Community Club ... Highway, with a view down the street of Wales, the Town of Dundee, and Haines
Frostproof, as well as the communities a building on the National Register of Lake Reedy to the east and Lake Clinch City
in between all along the Scenic Highway. Historic Buildings... and a community to the west!" To learn more about the event and the
Linda Ballou, who lives in Orlando, has club now celebrating its 100th year. We People who want to sell at a commu- many visual and cultural assets along
shopped the entire route and is planning are right on the edge of Lake Starr ... and nity location should contact Neher at the Ridge Scenic Highway visit www.
to do it again this year. it is a beautiful sight to see." 863-399-6773 or Biehl at 863-605-4564 to and the Ridge
"It makes for a fun day ... and now it's Bargain-hunters will find all sorts reserve a spot. Scenic Highway Facebook page.
an annual tradition. There is so much of "treasures" along the Ridge Scenic
to see along the road .. and of course, Highway (State Road 17).
really great buys at the sales. Oh, the A lot of sales activity is in Lake
temptations," she quipped. Wales. The community location is at
Anyone who owns property along the Trailhead Center, and the Board
the Scenic Highway can set up for the of Realtors is holding a big sale to
sale. For those who do not live along the raise funds for their annual Student
highway, there are several community Scholarship drive.
locations where they can set up for $10 Babson Park is always a very lively
or $25 for commercial vendors. These center for sales, according to Martha
sites are in Frostproof, Babson Park, and Neher, chair of this year's event.
Lake Wales. "The Audubon Society's big annual allr
Additionally, this year, Haines City is sale helps them meet their annual
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N Wednesday, Oct. 23 e-reader Support Group meets each 0 Saturday, Oct. 26 Avenue and Market Street. Contact
Lake Wales Arts Council hosts Fiber Thursday at 2:30 p.m. No fee or signup Big Kahuna Paddle Challenge, hosted Larry Bossarte, 863-207-3402 for more
Art Show at PSC Lake Wales Arts Center, required for the group. e-Reader by Lake Wales Breakfast Rotary, on the information.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bonnie Jo Smith Fiber Support Group provides basic training banks of Lake Wailes. Watch the canoe
Art is on display, on Kindle, Nook & iPad use as well as paddle races. Visit info@lwbreakfast a Friday, Oct. 25 and Saturday, Oct. 26
the LWPL's e-book collection for these or call 863-555-1234 for more Lake Wales Pioneer Days, free.
Pickleball open to all at Kirkland devices. Drop ins are welcome at Lake information. Activities include crafters, demonstra-
Gymnasium, 409 N. 3rd Street every Wales Library, 863-678-4004. tors, re-enactors, an antique car parade,
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and No Trashin' Just Bassin' Tournament, a free architectural carriage tour, enter-
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Contact: Lake Wales Revival begins with Fundraiser & Cleanup Event by Keep Polk tainment, and more. The Pioneer of the
Carol Yarbrough at 813-478-3801 for Evangelist Jim Wilson, Billy Graham's County Beautiful at Camp Mack, first light Year will be announced at 10 a.m. on
more information, son-in-law. The event takes place in until 2 p.m. Visit Lake Wales Chamber Saturday during Pioneer Hour. A tribute
revival tent on the banks of Lake Wailes, website for entry form, or contact 863-676- to all Lake Wales Pioneers will be includ-
Veterans Affairs, B Street Community starting at 7 p.m. The revival lasts four 7019. First place winner takes $500 prize. ed. Shores of Lake Wailes, Lake Wales.
Center, 1 to 3 p.m., 863-679-8091. nights, including Friday, Saturday
and Sunday. Wilson is the speaker for "We're Expecting" Mommy and 0 Sunday, Oct. 27
Yoga at the Library in the Schoenoff all four nights. Message is per Billy Baby Expo, Oct. 26,9 am. to 2 p.m., 'America, America," Polk State
Meeting Room. Classes meet each Graham's final message for America, First Presbyterian Church, 175 Lake College Lake Wales Arts Center, 7 p.m.
Monday and Wednesday, 5:30 to "My Hope America." A kids' revival will Hollingsworth Drive, Lakeland, 863-904- Featuring string quartets by Samuel
6:45 p.m. in the Lake Wales Public also be running for children ages 5-12. 4658. Free and open to the public. Barber and Charles Ives, with readings
Library Meeting Room. Fees: $10 per The event is free and the community of Henry David Thoreau and more.
class, $32 for four classes or $60 for is invited, sponsored by the Business, Fall Harvest Festival at Polk Outpost 27, Francisco Salazar Vara and Emelia
eight classes of instruction. Fees may be Civic and Ministry Coalition. Davenport. Pumpkin Carving Contest, fun, Mettenbrink, violins. Jarvis Benson,
paid at the City of Lake Wales Cashier's games, candy and a bounce house. BOGO viola; Derek Menchan, cello; featuring
Office, 201 West Central Ave., LW. Cash, Florida Blue "Zumba Gold" Class, LEGOLAND Florida tickets available day of Polk State Historian Brad Massey and
checks or major credit cards are accept- Mondays at 5:30 p.m. and Fridays event. Call 863-420-2586 for details. paintings by Polk State College profes-
ed. Payments of cash or check may be at 10 a.m. Location: Winter Haven, sor, Holly Scoggins. Free admission. For
made at class. Call 863-678-4004. 385 Cypress Gardens Blvd. Call for more Brisket, Butts and Bluegrass with Lake more information, call 863-669-2928.
information, 863-294-0140. Designed to Wales Noon Rotary. Tickets available from
Lunch and Learn with Watson Clinic. be lower impact than Zumba. Free for Rotarians or at door, only $8. Location: E Monday, Oct. 28
"Breast Cancer Awareness." Location: members and nonmembers. First United Methodist Church, 230 N. Guardian Ad Litem information
Florida Blue Center, 385 Cypress Fifth Street, Lake Wales, noon to 4 p.m. booth, 10:30 a.m., Lake Wales Library.
Gardens Blvd., Winter Haven. Contact: 0 Friday, Oct. 25 A representative from the 10th Circuit
Megan Fain for details 863-291-0140. Fish Fry at B Street Community Lake Wales Car Show: fourth Saturday Court Guardian Ad Litem volunteer pro-
Center, 6 to 8 p.m., benefits the of every month, 4 to 8 p.m. Many gram is available in the library's main
* Thursday, Oct. 24 Wiltshire Scholarship Foundation, call special events and prizes. Location: lobby to discuss this program. For more
The Lake Wales Public Library's 863-676-8703. Historic Downtown Lake Wales, Stuart information, call 863-534-4605.

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Highlanders will go for district title Thursday

Second straight year game against Auburndale will decide it
By DENNIS LATTA It's a repeat of the 2012 season,
SPoars CORRESPONDENT when the two teams met late in the
season with the district crown on the
The Lake Wales Highlanders play a line. The Highlanders were favored
rare Thursday night game this week, going in, but the Bloodhounds pulled
and it happens to be their biggest the upset at Legion Field, no less.
game of the season. "Last year, we lost to them for the
LWHS travels to Auburndale for district championship," remembers
a game that will decide the Class coach Rod Shafer. "They have a lot
5A, District 10 championship. Both kids and run a wing-T. They put a lot
teams are 2-0 in the district, Even of pressure on your defense."
if Thursday's winner loses its last The Highlanders have gotten one
district game and both teams finish key player back from injury but might
3-1, the winner will have the advan- have lost another
tage in the tiebreaker and would "We were able to get some people
emerge as the district champ to start back. Marcus Walker should be back
the playoffs. and that will help," Shafer said. "But TE
Thursday's game will be televised Darion Staten is questionable."
by Bright House Network. Walker and Staten are almost
Lake Wales was off last week and interchangeable. They are both
needed the bye. The Highlanders speedy receivers and both play in the
have had a long, tough season be- defensive secondary.
cause of injuries and are 3-4 overall. "If we get Walker and lose Staten, all
Auburndale is 2-5 overall. By compari- we did was trade," Shafer points out. Shafer used the time off to change before. I don't our players will pay any
son, both teams have beaten Mulberry Still missing is lineman Luke Heirs. gears for his team. "We had a good attention to it," Shafersays.
pretty handily and lost to Ridge. The 6-foot-4, 278-pound junior line- week of really running and getting A win tonight could go a long way
Making the state pl.ayoffs is ex- man has been out most of the season into shape," he explains. "We were in making up for a long season for.
pected at Lake Wales every year. It's a with a knee' injury. Hopefully he'll be able to work on a lot of things we Lake Wales. "It's been disappointing.
tradition. Even a loss would put the available for the state playoffs, maiybe needed to work on." It's been a frustrating year," Shafer
Highlanders in, but they would be in for the finalgame of the season Being on TV isn't something new added. "You have years like this. You
- the lower bracket and go on the road. against-Bartow. for the Highlanders. "We've done it have to work through it."
Left: Marcus Walkerand Dedric Brinson share some gum as they watch the game from the stands
recently. Walker is expected back in the lineup Thursday night, and BlrlischWillturn in time for
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Kissimmee Ramblins: Lane takes Camp Mack event

By CAPTAIN RON DENTON Lakeland, tipping the scales at a nice Fishing will go from 7 a.m. to 2:30 tournament out of Camp Mack
OUTDOOR COLUMNIST 9.40 pounds, p.m. For more information, call on Nov. 16 and 17. Proceeds go to
There are plenty of opportunities to 813-215-9759. benefit all the good community
The fishing has been fine out east hit the local lakes for fishing events in The next day, Oct. 27, fishermen projects of the Lake Wales Breakfast
of Lake Wales (and elsewhere) as the coming weeks, including a couple can head to the old Lake Shipp Park Rotary, including a boy's camp at
Camp Mack recently hosted a two- that will benefit some wonderful local on Winter Haven's Chain of Lakes for Circle F Dude Ranch and Girls Camp
day event sponsored by the Lakeland organizations and initiatives, the Lake Wales Po' Boys Bass Club at Lake Aurora. To. participate, entry
Bassmasters. The first is the annual "Keep Polk event. For more information about fee is $95, but you can save $15 if you
Arnie Lane of Lakeland took the County Beautiful," also known as the club and events, go online to preregister. There's some nice prizes
top spot with a total of 37.85 pounds. "Bassin' Not Trashing" on Sunday,, or call on the line, including $2,000 for first,
Final payouts had not been deter- Oct. 26, at Camp Mack. The event will 781-0736. $1000 for second and $500 for third.
mined as of the News' deadline. have a 2 p.m. weigh in and about 30 There are a couple of events the For more information or to preregis-
Lakeland's Corey Ash was run- to 40 boats are anticipated. There is first Saturday of November at Camp ter, contact Nigel Hill at 863-224-4081
ner-up at 36.75 pounds, while Winter a guaranteed first prize of $500, and Mack, ihcluding the Camp Mack open or at
Haven's Van Soles took third at 34.2 the entry fee is $45 and there are even and the Lakeland Junior Bassmasters It's always good to get the kids out,
pounds. prizes given for the boats that haul in two day-tournament with weigh in at and Camp Mack will be doing that
Other top finishers included: Jason the most trash, just in case you don't 3 p.m. Dec. 14 with the Bobby Lane Cup. It's
Bayes of Lakeland fourth (30.25 find the fishin' as good as you might Camp Lester on the Kissimmee the third annual, and it's hosted by
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Citrus, vegetables had a good 2012 in Florida

But report shows grove acreage lowest in four decades

By TAMARA LUSH with extraordinary growth: blueberries. value of fresh market vegetable produc- citrus greening, which is spread by an
ASSOCIATED PRESS In the past 10 years, Florida blueberries tion, with $1.1 billion worth of veggies insect and causes trees to produce green,
have gone from a $10 million industry produced, disfigured and bitter fruits.
ST. PETERSBURG- Florida's into a $65 million industry, he said, largely Ranks seventh in the nation for Once a tree is infected, it dies in a
Department of Agriculture released due to the fact that farmers are planting agricultural exports; the state exported couple years and cannot be saved.
a 180-page report late last week showing heat-resistant and hardy berry bushes: $4 billion worth of commodities. Fresh "Everything we keep hearing is that
that citrus fruits, snap beans and cu- "That's one that will ultimately hit and frozen meat, along with vegetables, the problem will be solved," said Sleep.
cumbers grown in the Sunshine State are $100 million," he said. "That's pretty were the top products sent to other "My gut is that within the next three to
among the industry's highlights. phenomenal growth." countries. four years it will be solved We will find a
The report reveals the sweep of the The data used to develop the estimates Yet citrus is still the state's leading solution. Once it's solved, you'll begin to
state's agriculture industry; it's the sec- in the report were provided voluntarily by crop. The value of the state's orange crop see that industry grow and expand."
ond-largest industry in the state, behind growers, shippers, and processors. continued to rise, with $1.5 billion in sales, Orange tree acreage declined for the
tourism. Agriculture contributes $104 bil- According to the report, Florida: up from $1.3 billion the previous year. eighth consecutive survey to 464,918, re-
lion to the state's economy annually and Is first in the nation in the value of Citrus growers gave Florida 66 percent of placing the previous record low of 466,252
employs 2 million people, production of oranges, grapefruit, fresh the total U.S. market share and about tallied in the 1986 inventory. Grapefruit
"There's still a great deal of resiliency market snap beans, cucumbers for fresh 95 percent of the state's orange crop is tree acreage fell to a new low of 48,191,
and strength in the overall Florida agri- market, cucumbers for pickles, squash, used for juice. representing only 54 percent of the figure
cultural marketplace," said Dan Sleep, a sweet corn, fresh market tomatoes, Total citrus acreage is down 2 percent before the 2004-2005 hurricanes.
senior analyst for agriculture department. sugarcane for sugar and watermelons, from the previous survey and the lowest Polk County has the most citrus trees in
Sleep said one crop has surprised him Ranks second to California in the total since 1966. Florida has lost trees due to the state.

Citrus farmers not penalized for overpumping water

Hunt Brothers cited as one of worst offenders

By CRAIG PITTMAN RiverWater Management District say they Swiftmud officials about the violations find other ways to conserve water, Beltran
TAMPA BAY TIMES have seen no similar surge in irrigation of the permits, he told them the agency said. He said in some cases the agency is
among growers with infected trees. should issue new permits allowing the "working with them on their permits" to
Over the past year, more than two Growers on Swiftmud's overpumping growers to pump even more water. see if the limit can be changed.
dozen citrus growers, including some in list say they need more water because "We're fighting for survival and we plan He said so far there has been no sign
Hillsborough, Polk and Pasco counties, greening believed to be caused by bacteria to win," Hunt said. "I don't think Swiftmud of their repeated overpumping causing
have repeatedly pumped thousands of that's spread by an insect known as the wants to be responsible for the demise damage to the aquifer. However, during
gallons more water out of the aquifer than Asian citrus psyllid shrivels up their trees' of the citrus industry by not giving us the an 11-day cold snap in 2010, farmers in
their state permits allow. roots, water we need." Hillsborough and Polk counties pumped
One Brandon-based grower supposedly "We have to keep the water on the trees But the lead author of the University nearly 1 billion gallons of water a day out
limited to 200,000 gallons a day pumped on a regular basis because the root system of Florida's guide for growers on dealing of the aquifer, making the water level drop
out 1.6 million gallons in one day, and can't take in as much water," said Dennis with citrus greening, Ron Brlansky, was 60 feet and creating about 100 sinkholes.
a Lake Wales firm is among the biggest Carlton, a Hillsborough grower whose surprised to learn any growers have been Florida produces more than 70 percent
overusers. grove is on Swiftmud's list pouring so much extra water on their of the United States' supply of citrus and
But the Southwest Florida Water By increasing the irrigation, they can infected trees, is second only to Brazil in global produc-
Management District has taken no steps to continue collecting fruit a while longer. "That's the first time I've ever heard of tion. More than 500,000 acres of citrus
punish any of the owners of the 28 groves. Knowing what the trees need is just a mat- that," said Brlansky, a plant pathologist groves, mostlyin the southern two-thirds
The reason-The growers contend that ter of experience, the growers said. with a Ph. D. of the state's peninsula, are covered by
pumping all that extra water has been "When you see your leaves curling The guide he helped to write instead more than 74 million citrus trees.
necessary to fight a disease that has been up, you know you've got to give it some recommends spraying infected trees with A University of Florida study last year
sweeping the state's orange groves, a water," said Ellis Hunt Jr. of Hunt Brothers, insecticide and then cutting them down concluded that citrus greening had cost
plague called citrus greening. the Polk County cooperative that produc- before the disease spreads. Florida's economy at least $4.5 billion
"It's a little hard to penalize somebody es the Florida's Natural brand of orange And the citrus extension agent for Polk and 8,000 jobs since 2006. This year,
for doing what they think is right," said juice. "But nobody is running their pumps and Hillsborough counties, Chris Oswalt, the Legislature authorized$9.5 million
Robert Beltran, executive director of the more than is necessary. Nobody is going said trees showing the symptoms of for research into greening's causes and
agency commonly known as Swiftmud. to bum $4 a gallon diesel fuel if they don't greening shouldn't necessarily need more potential cures, and this week Gov. Rick
"The farmers are out there doing what have to." or less water. Scott pledged his support for saving the
they can to protect their investment." Hunt Brothers' groves show up on the Overpumping from the aquifer can industry from this latest scourge.
When asked why the growers need so overpumping list more than any other bringexpensive penalties. In 2009, Swiftmud has launched a three-year
many thousands of gallons of water to growers. Some exceeded their permit just Swiftmud threatened to hit Tampa Bay study on greening to ensure permitting
fight greening, Beltran said he was unsure, a little -pumping 412,000 gallons one Water with a $1 million fine for over- decisions are based on science, Beltran
explaining, "I'm no expert." day in February, rather than the 411,000 pumping during a drought. In 2005, the said.
Citrus scientists contacted by the Times permitted. But one day last year, at a Polk EnglewoodWater District near Sarasota Hunt said when he was told about this,
said they'd never heard of combating grove, Hunt Brothers pumped more than faced fines of more than $400,000 for "I said fine, you can do all the studying
greening with lots of water. Meanwhile, 282,000 gallons when it was permitted to overpumping. you want. But I don't need some $200,000
officials with the South Florida Water use about 116,000. But rather than sue or fine the growers, study to tell me when I need to water my
Management District and the St. Johns Hunt said that when he talked to Swiftmud has been working with them to trees."

Rotary Student of Month County champs

Frostproof senior Rakaya PHOTO
Neeley was honored as PROVIDED
Student of the Month
by the Frostproof Rotary Members of the
Club recently.Neely was Frostproof FFA
named homecoming queen recently came
recently, and is captain of home with a first
the cheerleading squad place finish in
and volleyball team. She the opening and
was, as a junior, third in closing ceremo-
the state championships in nies contest for,
the 400 meter run for girls, all county dubs
and is a member of the held in Bartow.
National Honor Society and The contest is
Future Business Leaders a speaking
of America. She is pictured competition that
with her mother, Kay, and involves all 7
Rotary Club representative officers saying
Mary Ruth Wison, rigpart and ansrwering historical questions. Members indude, front row from left: Advisor
PHOTO BY K.M. Scarlett McCullers, Rebecca Briggs, Aliyah Cruz and Grade Plair. Back rowfrom left: Dugan
THORNTON SR. Rust, Joseph Flood, Evan Ogbum rnand Josh Waibel.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013 The News Page 15

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t BE Y Stanford and now Indianapolis Colts
BEY quarterback Andrew Luck. For his
college career, he had seven picks. ,
FROM PAGE 1 He was the first USC defensive back
to start as a true freshman for the
first score of the game. It was Robey's Trojans in more than 50 years.
first career NFL interception. He told the Buffalo News which
"I told myself if I get sme hands on has dubbed him the eam's most
some balls soonenough, the intercep-- pleasant surprise this season that
tions will start popping up," Robey told not being drafted has been motivation
the team's officialwebsite, www.buffalo for his play. "Sure enough, one came "This is what you could have had if
to me. Coach is telling usto expect it. you would have drafted me," he told
Interceptions and fumbles, because The News. "I'm so blessed that the Bills
in training camp I was accumulating picked me up. It's wonderful to be part
interceptions. When I came out here of this organization. Now that I'm here,
my number was called. I went out there it's all love now, and it feels great to be
and executed it. I believe what I saw here."
and went and got it." Robey's agent, Rob London, told the
Bills Coach Doug Marrone, also in his Buffalo paper there's no secret as to
first year in the NFL, said he could see why he has had success at every level.
it coming. "First and foremost, the thing that AP PHOTO / LYNNE SLADKY
"He's been really close and he's impresses me about Nickell is he loves
been getting closer and closer," said football," London said. "You'll find a lot Buffalo Bills defensive back Nickell Robey (37) is congratulated by Bills defensive tackle Marce
arrone. "Yo're all probably aying of guys, guys drafted early, they may Dareus (99) after Robey intercepted a pass and scored a touchdown during the first half of an NFL
great play and I'm like, 'Shoot it's about like playing the game and it's agood football game against the Miami Dolphins, Sunday.
time.' He's been really close, he really living. But he actually loves the game.
has. He has very good instincts. There Every conversation we have, every con- He said another Frostproof player, was my inspiration. He's the reason
was another play in the game he was versation, is always about how hungry Alvin Harper, was an inspiration to him why I wear the towel on my side, or
close too. That's why he was able to he is and how much he wants to be on as a youngster, as was another NFL why I wear mywristbands. That's what
come in, you're talking about a guy that that field." defensive back. put an edge to my game."
was a college free agent and earned his Robey graduated from Frostproof "My older cousin Alvin Harper There were many Frostproof family
way on the team and earned a spot in High School in 2010, where he was also played for the Dallas Cowboys and won and friends at Sunday's game, and they
the nickel and is playing well." a track star. He ran track at USC as well. twoSuper Bowl rings. That definitely will get two more chances to see Robey
Some expected Robey to be alow He toldESPN earlier this year that his ipire d me to play football. Watching this season without traveling too far
round draft choice in last spring's NFL favorite high school memory was a last him score and dunk the field goal In a scheduling qirk, the Bills play
college draft. But after goingnpicked second win over Fort Meae, the team post that right there excited me," all three Florida teams this year, and
when the draft ended, Robey decided that the Bulldogs will host this week in Robey told ESPN. "We traveled to allthe games are in Florida On Dec. 8
to sign with the Bills as a free agent. a key district battle that might decide a Dallas and watched"them play when I -Buffalowill pay in Tampa Bay, d the
A combination of Robey's determina- playoff spot this season. was just ayoung kid. I knew one day very next Sunday, the Bills will play
tion and skill, along with some injuries "My favorite memory is when we that I could play just like he could play, Jacksonville against the Jaguars.
in the Buffalo secondary, gave him a beat a crosstown rival that had beaten and that's what I had in my mind at the But his first ever Florida game as a
chance to catch the attention of the us nine years straight. This would have time. Basically, as a family member, pro won't be one he ever forgets.
Bills coaching staff. been the 10th year. We beat them and that's who inspired me a lot. But my "I was home. My family was there.
One of the knocks against Robey broke that curse. I had the game-win- favorite player in the game is Deion I was happy" Robey told the Buffalo
was his size, at just 5-foot-7. But what ning touchdown with two minutes left Sanders. I love his swag. And he's from News."I know I performed well, so it
he lacks ineight, he makes up for in in the game," Robey told ESPN. "The Florida, too. I love Deion. As a kid, he was a great day."
other ways. [quarterback] threw a fade route in the
He spent three years as a starting back of the end zone and I caught it.
corner for the USC Trojans, where We won the game. That was my best 3 l
he returned three interceptions for memory in high school, and I'll never
touchdowns, including one off of forget that moment."


Carolina Panthers wide receiver Brandon LaFell (11) fights off Buffalo Bills defensive back Nickell AP PHOTO/BIL. WIPPERi
Robey after a catch in the third quarter of an NFLfootball game. Sept. 15, in Orchard Park. Robey Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Tandon DossW(17)istackled by Buffalo Bills defensive back Nickell
was undrafted out of college, but has been a big surprise for the Billsthis season. Robey (37) during the first half of an NFL football game on Sept. 29, in Orchard Park, N.Y.

L.,. ^ about $37 a share, or $6 a share lower a sale or merger to take advantage of addition, Henry Slack, former CEO of
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pthe market Thursday. Shares tumbled Federal tax law changes enacted this Industries, is expected to assume the
FROM PAGEi 1 in trading Friday to $38.43. year would help Atlantic Blue Group role of chairman after closing.
Alico Chairman Ramon Rodriguez avoid paying both federal corporate "This transaction resulted from the
and controlled by Remy W. Trafelet and said shares have been trading higher taxes and federal income taxes charged previously aiounriced cooperative
George R. Brokaw. Arlon Group is a since Alico hired an adviser to explore to shareholders if shares are sold this effort between Alico and Atlantic Blue and agriculture investment a sale earlier thisyear. Shares were just calendar year. Group to find a value maximizing solu-
firm founded by Continental Grain over $32 then. Otherwise, Atlantic Blue would tion for Atlantic Blue Group's planned
Company. "Any time there is anticipation of a have to wait until at least 2017 to sell disposition of its majority stake in
Clay Wilson, a citrus grower whom sale, that can lift the trading prices," if it wanted to avoid taxes both at the Alico and we welcome the enthusi-
the buyers plan to appoint as chief he said. corporate and individual shareholder astic involvement of 734 Agriculture
executive, said the new owners intend "Their vision is pretty much to level. That's because the company and Arlon in helping Alico expand
to keep the company's agriculture do what we have been doing, but converted to a Subchapter S corpora- its operations and build additional
operations intact.. perhaps do it more aggressively," tion in 2007, and was obligated to pay shareholder value," Rodriguez added.
"We believe that Alico provides a said Rodriguez, who is to remain on corporate tax on any sales proceeds "We thank Atlantic Blue Group for their
solid platform on which we can con- the board following the acquisition. within 10 years, but for a special guidance and support over the past
tinue to build a thriving agribusiness "They want to grow the company more exception this year. many years and thank our retiring CEO
operation," Wilson said in a statement, quickly than, perhaps, we would have The deal is expected to close before JD Alexander for his strong leadership.
"Atlantic Blue Group's announced otherwise." the end of the year We look forward to working with

presented a unique and compelling Myers, Rodriguez said. Alico currently expected to be comprised of eglgiLt the niext phase of our.evolution and
opportunity to make a significant employs about 150 workers, members after close of the transac- growth strategy."
investment in one of Florida's leading In March, Alico announced it had tion, -- including Rodriguez, Wison .
citrus producers and landowners." hired Deutsche Bank as an adviser and Traf elet, Brokaw and Ben Fishcnan, (Information from the Ft. Myers News
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YMCA soccer kids

wrap up season

5-year-old Cory Pavlick leads the way with the
ball as his sister Taylor Pavlick and teammate Five-year-old Gavin Bean (orange) is surprised
Blake Sheffer follow him towards the Parents' as 5-year-old Kaiden Weaver throws the ball
goal at Saturday's Parents vs Kids Soccer into play at Saturday's Parents vs Kids Soccer
Season Finale at the YMCA. Season Finale at the YMCA.

Left: Five-year-old Kaiden
Weaver (far left) movesin
on Debbie Wright as Wright
kicks the ball to a teammate
at Saturday's Parents vs Kids
Soccer Season Finale at the

Debbie Wright (center in blue) finds her son, 4-year-old Blake Wright wrapped around her leg
as she passes the ball to Coach Bianca Arnett (in red) at Saturday's Parents vs Kids Soccer Season
Finale at the YMCA.

Right: Kids TeamniGoalie Isaac Rivera kicks the ball as teammates Gavin Bean (orange) and Blake
Sh'effer get ready to take it down the field.

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Frostproof rolls up 620 yards in key district win

Second straight week Bulldogs score over 50 points

Quarterback Xavier Gaines used both WHEN: Friday night,7 p.m. at Farris Brannen Stadium
his arm and legs in an incredible perfor- RECORDS: Frostproof is6-2 overall, 2-1 in Class 3A, District 4 play. FortMeade is 6-1 overall, also 2- in
mance for Frostproof against Lakeland Class 3A, District 4 play.
Christian on Friday night. WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT FORT MEADE: Miners only district loss is to Tampa Catholic, which is true of
The Bulldogs came up with one big play Frostproof as wel FortMeade was tied withthedistrict leaders athalf, but lost the attrition battle in te
after another and combined that with a second half, and was defeated 39-13. Quarterback Jay Smith and receiverTobias Culpepper remain one of the
hard-hitting defense to bury the Vikings areas most potent passing duos. Culpepper also added a punt return for a kickoff in last week 63-0 win at
55-13 at Viking Stadium. Bishop Mcaughlin. Backfield is led by Ryan Fulse and Tyler King. Miners may note able to match Frostpoof
In the key Class 3-A, District 4 matchup, mano-a-mano when it comesto depth oftalent, but there' plenty enough talen at the top end ofthe roster to
Frostproof improved its record to 2-1 and match up with the explosive Bulldogs.
6-2 overall. It was Lakeland Christian's first WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT FROSPROOF: There has been a noticeable improvement inattitude and focu
loss of the season. The Vikings are 2-1 in in the lasttwo weeks after humblinglosses to Hardee and Tampa Catholic. Last week's win against Lakeland
district play and 6-1 overall. Chrisianwasimpressive because theVikings are much better than some of the teamsthe Buldogsscored
Coach Price Harris has seen his club This was a familiar sight all night long: opsidedinsagainst earlier ine seasn. Buldgs have outscoed their opponents sofarthis year 342 to 87.
score 117 points in the last two weeks Frostproof quarterback Xavier Gaines leaving SopihomoreXavie Gaines, qarterack, I eads a list of otential Division I college talent. Monster linebacker3
against DeSoto, and a Lakeland Christian Lakeland Christian defenders grabbing for air. cecil Cherry a junio, has alrea ade a erbal cmmitment to Tennessee. ther big playtalents include Kaleel
team that is much better than several
of the teams Frostproof had lopsided The Bulldogs took advantage of good Gaines, Jarviel Hart, Trevis Harrigton and aylan McKinney.
victories against earlier in the season. field position following an LCS punt. They THE SKINNY: These teams have played several common non-district opponents this season. Hardee
He said the loss three weeks ago now took over at the Lakeland Christian 42. defeated Frostproof, 14-12, but th Miners handled the Buldogs, 18-6. Against Avon Park Frostproof won
to Tampa Catholic might have served as a Keeping the ball on the ground most of 48-12 while Fort Meade won41-0. Against Mulberry, Frostproof scoed a 34-0 in while theMiners pitched a
springboard to the team's turnaround, the drive, Frostproof took six plays to tie 16-0 shutoutn paper,botteamshavlos oftalent. Game will coe down to who has more discipline and
"Since Tampa Catholic, we've been real the score. Cecil Cherry rumbled in from makes fewer mistakes, and there is likely to be a fair amount of ebb and flow to the evening, meaning make
"Since Tampa Catholic, we've been real the score. Cecil Cherry rumbled in from :mates1N^lse ^ ^ e^ ^
focused and done whatwe needed to do," the nine for the touchdown. Lamar Bobb's -sure to stay in your seatsuntil thefinal gusunds. Winnewill maketh playoffs with win the following-
Harris said. Penalties and turnovers are kick was good and with 4:07 remaining in eek well,although thatis not guaranteed. Frostproof will host Berkeley Prep, who fellto Fort
down, confidence-is up. "We're starting to the quarter it was 7-7. Me on a Hail Mary pass on the last playof thegameand theMinerswillhostLakelandChristian whois
execute and really understand the offense. Early in the second quarter the better than they lked last Friday.
We realized exactly what we needed to do teams exchanged fumbles with Sam
to be successful. Sometimes games like Hamilton recovering for Bulldogs at the
that are wake up calls. Sometimes adversity Frostproof 20.
brings out your true character andwhat On third down the Bulldogs had perfect
you truly can be. It's hard to win if you don't execution.on a screen pass. Xavier Gaines
dislike losing." flipped a pass to Marcus Bobb and he
TheVikings struck quickly taking less raced 80 yards for the touchdown. Lamar
than a minute to score and needing only Bobb's kick put Frostproof on top 14-7
three plays to reach the end zone. The big with 9:57 left in the second quarter.
play was a 46-yard pass from quarterback Frostproof added two more touch-
Christian Alexander to freshman receiver downs during the second quarter to pull
Larenz Deshazor. Grady Sharpe's extra ahead 27-7 at the half.
point made it 7-0 with 11:06 left in the first The defense forced a turnover as
period. Travis Lawton pounced on a fumble by
Alexander at the Viking 32. Xavier Gaines
ripped off a 21-yard gain and then capped
the short drive with a one-yard sneak at
the seven-minute mark.
In the closing seconds of the half
Frostproof put together an amazing drive.
On fourth and one from the Bulldog 12,
Xavier Gaines took the ball and got loose
in the secondary for a 51-yard gain.
He scored from 16 yards out to put the
Bulldogs in control.
Cherry, Jaylyn McKinney and Kaleel
Gaines scored touchdowns in the second
Although the Frostproof offense grabbed half of the lopsided victory.
much of the attention, the Bulldogs defense Xavier Gaines piled up more than PHOTOS BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
was stout as well, holding the host Vikings to 300 yards rushing and passing in the
just 13 points. Here, Frostproof's Marcus Bobb game. Overall, the offense piled up Kaleel Gaines was one of many Frostproof offensive players who looked like Superman Friday
sends a LCS runner airborne. 620 yards on the night, night as the Bulldogs rolled past Lakeland Christin.

More than bragging rights may be on the line

Frostproof, Fort Meade rivalry game may decide playoff spot

By BRIAN ACKLEY playmakers and hard hitting defenders playmakers the ball. We'll have to keep an to employ Friday is a common sense one,
BACKLEY @ HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM galore. Frostproof has given up only 87 eye on Tobias Culpepper and Ryan Fulse. controlling the football when they have it
points so far this year, Fort Meade 94. The They're very good ball players, but we can't to keep Frostproof's explosive playmakers
Bragging rights are always nice, but a Bulldogs have rolled up 342 points so far just focus on them. They have a lot of guys on the sideline for as long as possible.
spot in the playoffs is better. this season, the Miners "just" 204. who contribute. They're a lot like us in that "They have a lot of athletes, so we have
And it's possible that's exactly what For fans of either team that can't make regard." to make sure we're disciplined," Cornelius
might be on the line Friday night at Faris the game, but might be near a computer, Offensively, the Bulldogs try to take what said. "The number one thing against good
Brannen Stadium when the two U.S. 98 a free Internet broadcast is offered live at other teams give them, again, a lot like athletes is you have to make sure you
rivals, Frostproof and Fort Meade, meet in Fort Meade. tackle, you don't want to give them second
a Class 3A, District 4 showdown, Both coaches know that there is plenty "It's so important that we don't worry chances to make plays. And on offense we
Both come in with just one district loss, on the line Friday night, and are looking about what they do, but worry about what have to make sure we're moving the ball.
both to district leading Tampa Catholic forward to the challenge, we do," Harris said. "'And we'll try to take We have to avoid three and outs."
which is poised to take the top spot in "For the last three years, it's not only away what we do best, and they'll try to do When all is said and done, Cornelius
league play. But the runner up in the just a rivalry, but a district rivalry now," the same." added, it comes down to what happens
district also earns a playoff spot too. Harris said. "Our kids know what's at stake Fort Meade Coach Jemalle Cornelius when the opening kickoff is in the air.
If the winner of Friday night's game also and they have to perform, but we've been said his club comes into the game rela- "Once 7 o'clock Friday hits, the only
wins their district game on Nov. 1, they working to not over hype the game but tively healthy- as does Frostproof and thing that matters is playing the game,"
will be the runner up and advance. That focus on what we're supposed to do." that his staff isn't shying away from the he added. "Newspapers, fans, all that stuff
isn't a given, however, as Frostproof, 6-1 Harris said neither team has many importance of the matchup. doesn't make much of a difference, it's the
overall, will host Berkeley Prep and the secrets at this point of the season. "We control our own destiny that's what guys on the field."
Miners, 6-2, will host Lakeland Christian "They're a typical Fort Meade team. we've been telling our kids," Cornelius Frostproof is dubbing Friday's game as a
that night. They play extremely hard, and they're said. "They understand it. You carn't not "Beat Breast Cancer"f' awareness night, and
So, in essence, both teams control their very well coached. For us to squeak out a talk about it. That's the expectation level at is encouraging all fans to wear pink. The
own playoff destiny. win against them, we have to play a great the school we go to. I'd rather they hear it Bulldogs are dedicating the game to high
There are, as usual, a lot of similarities game on defense," Harris said. "They do a from me than other people." school math teacher Kathryn Keller, who is
in the two teams. There are explosive great job with formations and getting their One of the strategies the Miners will look battling cancer.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013 The News Page 19

LWCS Briefs: LWHS receives $250,000 grant

By BRENDA EGGERT BRADER Bok Academy participating first with the boys placing third in The annual community event brings
BBRADER@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM in B Street outreach the district competition. students from other schools who join
their friends for a festival event.
Lake Wales High School received at The IT Kids program at Edward Babson Park Elementary An old-fashioned picnic was held
grant for $250,000 for work with stu- Bok Academy is participating in School holds fall carnival on school grounds recently with
dents at risk, said Principal Donna a program at the B Street Center, 1,200 people served. Families are
Dunson at the Monday LWCS board said Principal Damien Moses. The fall carnival was well attended invited to the hotdog lunch held
meeting. Designating two nights the group this year, said Principal Ken Henson. outside.
Staff will have to be hired for the is fixing computers and teaching
program, noting the hiring of a social community members to come in and
worker. use the equipment. They are showing
"We should have a plan by Nov. 1," people how to use apps on phones,
Dunson said. set up gmail and any other tools they
Alternative education was one can pass along.
of the goals this school year that Students will be competing for a
Dunson has mentioned over the world's record on Thursday morning
summer. at the school when the entire school
student body of 571 will pose with
LWCS technology many more volunteers as an attempt
being updated to have the longest human circuit on You can place any item under
record by circling the school's grassy
The Lake Wales Charter School sys- area to the lake in an attempt to shed A A A
tem has been updating many of the the current Guiness world's record
schools' wireless technology systems of 669 students. The event will be
and particularly work on the tele- videotaped and volunteers will be on
phone systems, said Superintendent hand to count circuit members.
Jesse Jackson at the Monday LWCS The cardboard boat races will be
board meeting. held at the lake immediately follow- Y HEl i MARTLAND NevvIwpers
Through capital outlay, technology ing the circuit event.
updates have taken place with some The cross-country team of 50 stu- PC DemocratFort Meade Leader 863-58-4183
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for wireless technology and for the
phone system.
Brian Fisher, chief financial officer,
noted the school district has been
doing research on "supplementary
transportation to see how the school

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pre-kindergarten students
Janie Howard Wilson Elementary
Schoolwelcomed nineprekinder- Celebrity Cooks & Family Literacy Servers
garten students as the program wasy Ly
put into place and began Monday,
according to Principal Barbara Jones.
During a positive behavior rally at
the school, the Lake Wales football
team and cheerleaders visited the
school to get the elementary stu-
dents into the spirit of the program,
said Jones.
"The students were allowed to
wear their favorite football jerseys
and the football players and the
cheerleaders really made a bit hitr 9 2 0
with the students." N ove
Polk Avenue Elementary l a
targets interest groups Held at
Clubs, targeted interest groups ow d W l Elem ntary
and tutoring are all projects heldW is
from 3-3:30 p.m. at the Polk Avenue
Elementary School during the week,
said Principal Gail Quam.
he told about planning weeks for Tickets: $4 in advance, $5 at door
teachers and the three and a half
hour blocks for planniing and then
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students and what can be done to
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She stressed how the school teach- at Lake Wales where families
es climate and culture raising the bar
on students self esteem citing the build their future through education
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SDaniel Giron, classical and flamenco guitarist, presented an hour concert at noon Monday on the
,steps of the J.D. Alexander Center of Polk State College Lake Wales campus. Students and the
.. public paused to listen to the concert presented by the Polk State Lake Wales Arts Center.

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LWCS to refinance $4.1 Edward Bok School loan
By BRENDA EGGERT BRADER didn't respond "since that is where all in an email, Lake Wales High School will gave the information to Haines City
BBRADER@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM our holdings are." now receive information from the Polk and Bartow in the past, but Lake Wales
A presentation on the board options County School District on eighth grade was denied the information despite the
With $4.1 million remaining on the will be presented by Fisher at the students who qualify for participation state law that says they are entitled to
Edward Bok Academy loan, the Lake Nov. 18 board meeting. in the International Baccalaureate (IB) it," Gibson said. "That resulted in a year
Wales Charter Schools announced plans Keith Wadsworth, board chairman, Program. and a half of needless bickering over the
to refinance the loan taken out in 2008 to with the law firm of Peterson & Myers, Robin Gibson, attorney for Lake Wales differences.
build, renovate and purchase the school's cited a conflict of interest in his helping Charter Schools, shared that welcome "Kathryn LeRoy is concerned about
10-plus acres campus, said Brian Fisher, to make a decision with the board on news with the board members Monday students and not adult egos," Gibson
chief financial officer, during the board the refinance due to his firm's represen- afternoon at the monthly meeting, that, said. "She said all public schools need
meeting Monday held at Janie Howard tation of all the institutions. thanks to the new leadership of Polk 'parity,' her word. So, as a result, she has
Wilson Elementary School. "I just wanted to assure you that it's County School District Superintendent changed the leadership in the district
Fisher said the original loan for $4.5 mil- not because I'm not interested in it," Kathryn LeRoy, the problem of not charter office and a new approach is
lion was taken through a partnership Wadsworth said. "However, from an receiving student information has been explained in an email we received about
between Bank of the Ozarks in Bradenton ethical standpoint I will not be partici- resolved, a new direction with the charter schools
and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. pating in that." The IB programs are at the Haines to have technology provide the infor-
"We sent out inquiries to five institu- Danny Gill, board vice chair, will step City, Bartow and Lake Wales High mation to Lake Wales High School that
tions with four submitting proposals," in to replace Wadsworth. schools. The Florida statute reads that was provided to the Haines City and
Fisher said. all schools in each county are eligible to Bartow high schools.
Area Lake Wales and Polk County LWHS to receive receive information on the children that "My only wish is that we could have
financial institutions were selected for long-awaited information qualify for the program, no matter what suspended with the year and a half of
the refinance. Superintendent Jesse type of school has the IB Program. talking and gotten on to educating the
Jackson noted surprise that SunTrust With just a few computer key strokes "The (Polk County) school district students."

New dermatology clinic

opens in Lake Wales

By BRENDA EGGERT BRADER screenings as a main focus of the
But any skin problems are tackled
A brand new dermatology practice from red rashes, moles removal surgery,
opened three weeks ago in Lake Wales. MOHS specialty surgery for head and
The Water's Edge Dermatology is one neck, any and all skin problems, botox,
of 20 plus locations under the owner- chemical peels, hair and nail disorders,
ship of Dr. Ted Schiff, dermatologist and some cosmetic treatments for
with administrative offices in Palm adults. Children, age 2 years and older,
Beach Gardens. Business sites are also are treated for skin ailments.
located throughout the state from the "Skin cancer is the majority of the
East Coast north to Palm Bay, south to treatments," Vera said. "The most im-
the Palm Beaches and west to Orlando portant thing to me is that no one dies
providing services for all kinds of skin from an invasive skin cancer. We do the
care. cosmetic and anti-aging treatments, PHOTO BY BRENDA EGGERT BRADER
Located at 22411 U.S. 27, the new es- but we don't do anything too crazy and aia a, physician ssitant, l, s K M s, ffi t t
tablishment is under the watchful care no plastic surgery."audia Vera, physician assistant, left, checks Kare Myers, office managerat Water's Edge
of. Claudia Vera, physicians assita nt he estiment is on ro Dermatology, for skin cancer as Fachon Binns, nurse, records the information.
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with two nurses on staff aind an office 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays andfrom as business increases. All types of through Friday by calling 863-949-4813
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Services include skin cancer the Sebring office, hours will increase Appointments are taken Monday

Crickette parade, carnival Thursday

By JEFF ROSLOW City commission Monday night issued south into Mosaic Park.
JROSLOW@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM a proclamation to several Crickette No one can toss candy or throw any
members declaring Thursday that object from the floats and this will
At 4 p.m. Thursday, a year's planning club's day. Along with several club be enforced, Chinault said. Walkers
comes to fruition as the 71st Crickette members, Tess Newell, 3, dressed 12 years of age or older may pass out
Club Parade and Carnival marches as a fairy princess in a purple gown, items along the route.
down Main and Broadway until they Lucas Newell, 5, dressed as a piece of There will be awards for best pro-
meet at Mosaic Park for a party, cos- pepperoni pizza, and Ella Michelle fessional, best nonprofessional, most
tume contest, raffle and more. Huddleston, 5, dressed in a purple original, best-decorated car/truck, best
Monday at the club's monthly meet- princess costume, gave the city com- school unit, best church unit, and best
ing the final plans were confirmed. missioners and city attorney a bag of marching unit.
"We're up to 56 floats," said Kat candy ... the mayor getting two bags. While much of the talk at Monday's PHOTOS BY JEFF ROSLOW
Chinault. "That's down by 12 from last "I guess I'm the lucky one," Mayor meeting was to finish plans for the Ka
year but we don't have any politicians James E Clements said. show, organizer Karen Boswell remind- arade and Bo ivael g o al pans for the 71st
this year." At 4 p.m. the parade starts at the ed people of two important items. members Monday at the meeting. To her
She said she's going to keep taking corner of First Avenue and Main Street There is no school Friday, so she said, isnday at the meeting. To herright
entries through late Tuesday. in downtown Bartow. It goes west on "Let's keep those booths open late
To help mark the event, the Bartow Main Street to Broadway Avenue and because school's out the next day. We Bartow Civic Center. Bartow City
need a good year and no rain," giving Commissioner Leo Longworth will
people a reminder of the storm that emcee the event. Signups take place at
rolled through last year just before the the carnival and forms will be available
start of the carnival. at the stage area from 5 until 5:50 p.m.
Bartow Mayor The money raised from the yearly Contest times for Store Bought are:
James Clem- event raises money for local organiza- 6 p.m. Birth to 9 months, 6:20 p.m. for
ents accepts a tions and helps the Girl Scouts. 10 to 18 months, 6:40 p.m. for
bag ofcandy The other item Boswell told people 19 months to 2 years, 7 p.m. for 3 and
from Lucas was to protect yourself. 4 years, 7:20 p.m. for 5 and 6 years,
Newell, 5, at "Do bring bug spray. This weekend 7:40 p.m. for 7 to 9 years, 8 p.m. for
Monday's city when I was at the Making Strides walk 10 to 12 years
commission (in Mosaic Park) the mosquitoes were Contest times for Homemade are:
meeting, out in force in the morning and late in 6:10 p.m. for Birth to 9 months,
the day," she said. 6:30 p.m. for 10 to 18 months, 6:50 p.m.
During the carnival there will be the for 19 months to 2 years, 7:10 p.m. for
yearly costume contest, a favorite of 3 and 4 years, 7:30 p.m. for 5 and
many who crowd the stage to see chil- 6 years, 7:50 p.m. for 7 to 9 years and
dren from birth to 12-years-old compete. 8:10 p.m. for 10 to 12 years.
This year there are two new items: Store Times are approximate and may
Bought and Homemade costumes, vary. Trophies will be awarded for first,
That contest takes place at 6 p.m. second and third place in each age
at Mosaic Park Stage, north of the division.

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Holiday plans for your pet

As we get closer to the holiday
season, you may be making plans to D Cl T mps
go home to visit family, or your family D. Carol Thompson
may be coming to see you. If you have
pets in the household you may need to
make additional plans. When making
your plans there are several things to-
consider. Always check with who you
are going to visit to make sure you and
your petwill be welcome Sometimes .. "
things ei the house havetchanged and to go running. One day we iact to run
you hay not be able to take your furry some errands first. When he realized .
friend? we were not just going to the lake, he
If yo are planning stops athotels got very excited and tried to climb in
along thed ay, make"sure the hotels are the front seat with me.A 70 pound dog
pet friendly. You can find a list of pet does not help you drive very well.
friendlyhotels online. Always call to There are many types of harnesses
make ure the listing is accurate. available for dogs that attach to the
If your pet is not used to traveling, seat belt so Fido can sit in the front
take some.time before your trip to go seat withyou safely. It is always best to
on short, fun trips to get him used t have a cat in a carrier as they like to get
the vehicle. under things, such as the gas or brake
Take him to your friend's house for a pedal, to hide. The carrie should be of
visit, go to your veterinarian'soffice and a sufficient sizethat he can stand up,
just get some treats, go to the pet store lie down and turn around, but not so
and pick out a toy. Remember that the large that he would be thrown around PHT PROVIDED
sights and soundsof the road can be inside it by any sudden stop of the Some pets may not be as accustomed as this one to traveling ina car. So make sure you're
very scary to a pet who does not leave vehicle. Several of the local grocery prepared for something a little unusual.
the house often; it will be better for stores sell prepackaged litter pans that
everone if you know how your pet will will fit inside a carrier if the trip will be paperwork in case the veterinarian be dated within 10 days of travel also.
respond in the car. If your pet cannot a long one. cannot reach your doctor at the time. Each airline has specific rules about
get adjusted to the car,you may want There are several other things that Remember emergencies do not al- the size ofthe carrier and the weight
to cosider boarding him or having a are important to remember while ways happen at convenient times and and size of the pet that is allowed to fly
pet sitter come to your house. traveling. Always make sure your pet your veterinarian may not be open to in the cabin with you. Be sure to check
Although many dogs can be trained has identification on him, a collar send the necessary records. with your airline specifically before
to sit quietly in the car, it is not recom- with a tag or a microchip. Make sure Also, remember to take your pet's making travel plans.
mended to leave the pet loose in the that all your information is current medication with you (this includes If you are traveling to a foreign
car for many reasons. First, if you were on the tag. A current picture of your heartworm, flea and tick, and any country, there are specific rules for,
to have an accident, the pet could get pet is helpful also should he get lost. specific medications). Many states what each country requires. You will
loose. Second, if he sees something Be sure to take copies of your pet's prevent the dispensing of prescription need to have your veterinarian check
and gets scared or excited, the sudden medical records with you just in case medication without a cljent/patient with the USDA for the destination
movement of your pet could cause you something should happen while you relationship, so you may not be able to country's most current requirements.
to have an accident. As an example, my are away. In an emergency situa- get medication without an examina- Some countries require additional
own dog often goes to the lake with me tion, it is best for you to have your tion. If your pet needs special food, be testing and/or treatments before the .
sure to take an adequate supply of this animal may enter the country, These
CATS DOGS OTHER SMALL ANIMALS also. international health certificates must
If you are traveling-across state lines be signed by the state veterinarian, as .
Carol Thompson, VMD most states require a health certificate well as your veterinarian. This requires, ,
General Medicine & Surgery Laser Surgery showing that your pet is up to date on the paperwork being sent to Gainesville
Behavior Consultation Boarding his rabies vaccine. This health certifi- and returned. Remember to factor this
3631 Hwy. 60 E. -Lake:Wales, FL 33898 cate must be signed by your veterinar- time into your travel plans. Without a
863-676-5922 Fax: 863-676-7342 ian within 10 days of travel and is valid signed international certificate, your
SEMERGENCY: 833-66-4677 for 30 days. It is necessary for your pet pet will not be allowed to travel with
to be examined by the doctor at the you.
TH OMPSON S time that the certificate is created and. So while you are making your travel
VEER NAY CENTE signed. If you are traveling on a plane, plans, do not forget to consider the
ETEM. CENTER you are also required to have a health special needs of your furry family
certificate. Most airlines want these to members.

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Make your pet's Halloween a treat
By KIM SALERNO the maven of all things crafty, Martha but real holiday dangers do lurk about during Halloween festivities. You can
TRIPSWrmrPETS.COM Stewart, has adorable DIY costume ideas for your pets. Here are some safety tips: always celebrate together later with a
that are definitely worth a try. We espe- Your pet's costume shouldn't contain dog treat and some leftover candy.
Break out the pumpkins and candy corn. dally love the DIY Spider Dog her own any toxic glues, materials, or paints. With a little inspiration and a dash
It's Halloween once again. or those of us bulldog Francesca is wearing. Marthais Your pet's costume should be snug, of imagination, you and your pup
who are pet parents, its time to come up hosting a pet costume contest this year, so but not too-tight. Make sure that head- can have a howl-er-iffic Halloween
with some new ideas about how to make if yours turns out amazing, you can enter! pieces are on properly, and that cords, to remember. We're off to start our
the holiday fun for our furry little ones. ribbons and collars fit loosely around own DIY holiday projects ... so Happy
While there are some really innovative DIY tasty treats the neck to avoid entanglements. .Halloween from
and cute already-made costumes out All small pieces, such as buttons or
there, and lots ofplaces to buy premade What's Halloween without some accessories, should be secured tightly
Halloween pet treats, carving out time for spooky treats? Offering your pet holi- to costumes. A i
some spooky DIYis a really hands-on and day treats is a delicious way to get them Keep all chocolate candy espe-
fun way to celebrate. To that end, we've into the spirit. cially dark chocolate out of reach of
come up with some great do-it-yourself Making homemade dog treats is a your dog or cat at all times. Chocolate
ideas thatdon't take alot of time and effort. far simpler endeavor than you may has a chemical that is toxic to dogs and
think (definitely easier than making the cats when ingested.
DIY dressingup people variety) and you can use ingre- Carefully monitor what your dog or
cients that are likelyin your pantry or cat eats. Raisins and macadamia nuts
DIY costumesare a treat to make, and a fridge already. can make dogs very sick, and candies
funway to impress your friends withyour Just like baking for people, dog treats containing the artificial sweetener xylitol
creativity Handmade outfits can be simple, require a combination of wet and can be highly toxic to both dogs and cats.
super-fancy, or somewhere between- dry ingredients. Gluten-free flour or If kids, crowds, or commotion make
you're onlylimitedbyyour imaginatior 100 percent potato flakes are a good your dog nervous or overly excited, or if
The simplestwayto go about making a choice for dry ingredients, while milk, he guards your front door like a Roman
costume is to use everyday items you find eggs, broth or water-- or sone combi- sentinel, it may be best if he stays
around your home. An ordinary necktie nation of all of these can be used as somewhere quiet and out-of-the-way
transforms your dog into Corporate wet ingredients. You don't have to use
Pooch. Attach an old pillowcase, scarf or eggs, but they do help bind everything
baby blanket to his collar, and now he's together. You may have to play with
Superdog. Add a paper crown, and he's the ingredient amounts until you find
royalty. The old retro sheet-with-the-eyes- something that works perfectly.
cut-out ghost costume really works well To give some pizzazz to your treats,
with bigger dogs, and bandages from you can add in pretty much any
your first aid kit can turn your dogfrom a dog-appropriate food you want. Pureed
puppy to a mummy liver, chopped or pureed chicken, o &~. Po OI,0
If you're up for more of a challenge, shredded cheese, chopped apples, and
start offwith a child-sized white hoodie pureed pumpkin or squash are some
and some fabric paint. Hoodies make a great choices. )i Find uson
great basefor pet costumes, as you can Mix these items in together with your acebook
add almot-anything to them, and the wet ingredients, then stir in your dry
hood offers aframework for adding fun ingredients until a dough forms. Roll
headpieces. out the dough, then use a cookie cutter
Paint your hoodie so that it resembles to cut it into spooky shapes. Bake c
a turtle, cow, bumblebee, bat, or anything the treats, let them cool, and voila!; In
else you can dream up. Use fabric to make hand-crafted treats for your pooch, ,
capesskiretsatgiand butrons, beads, l your block party-r; anorany'trick-or-trdat-
and other rinkets to accessorize. For ing pups that stop by.
detailed ears; appendages, flower petals To give you a little help, we found pit a
or witch hats, a sturdy felt works best. For some recipe ideas we really love:
antennae or spider legs, pipe cleaners We think this pumpkin treat recipe
are god bet. Ifyou're short ontime, try and this truly simple cheesy chunks SaecU j DiS -MAt a ad4 etlc u S,.
browsing thel eacostume orcraft store recipe from Crazy Crumb Dog Treats -
for premade hats, wings, wigs, or other sound truly yummy. We also love these 6 '6 6 3-76 6 6
fun stuff attached to your costume. options from.the Doggy Dessert Chef."
For alittle inspiration and some more .
detailed instructions, check outthese sim- Halloween safety
ple, yetgreatideasfrom PetsLady as well tip to remember
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Home features that are disappearing

There is no denying the profound common features that are falling by the the second least-likely feature to be kitchens, walk-in closets, extra storage
impact that the recession has had on wayside. included in homes built in 2012. areas, and hidden charging stations for
the real estate industry. For the last Sunrooms: Although the "bring-the- Media rooms: Individuals certainly devices are likely to show up more and
several years, the real estate market outside-in" movement was once strong, love their gadgets, but many of these more in new home designs.
went from booming to one character- builders are now focusing on home gadgets have become smaller and The design of new homes is changing
ized by homes sitting on the market for features that immediately add value more portable. That reduces the need to be more budget-friendly and also
months on end. New home sales also and attract the eye of buyers. Therefore, for giant home theaters and gaming represent the changing priorities of
have been conservative, and builders they're putting their resources into spaces. home buyers. As a result, today's newly
are cutting back on some offerings that linen closets and laundry rooms while While certain features are disappear- designed homes will likely look much
were once commonplace, de-emphasizing sunrooms. ing, there are others that are growing different from homes built just a few
The National Association for Realtors Extended ceiling heights: It can more and more popular. Dual sinks in years ago.
says that, despite floundering sales, take a lot of energy to heat rooms with
there are fewer foreclosed homes 15-foot ceilings. As a result, grandiose
available now than in recent years. family rooms and two-story foyers are N U I
Distressed homes foreclosures and less attractive to buyers focused on sav-
short sales sold at deep discounts ing money. Homeowners want spaces
accounted for 25 percent of homes that are easier to heat and cool.
sales in May of 2012. That figure is Luxury bathrooms: Many private
down from 28 percent in April and residence luxury bathrooms rival those
31 percent in May of 2011. found at popular 4-star hotels. But
While home sales have increased,, luxury bathrooms are being phased outR BRAN
money is still tight in the building in favor of less expensive, more practi-
industry and among home buyers. As cal options.
such, instead of over-the-top features Outdoor kitchens: Although
in homes that were once becoming entertaining at home is one way to
the norm, builders are now focusing keep budgets in check, some home-
on more value-conscious designs and owners have realized they don't need
offerings. The list of add-ons also has a complete backyard kitchen with a
been reduced. pizza oven and brick fireplace in order
So what can buyers expect to live to host guests. According to a survey
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How to choose the right builder
Whether the kids have all grown up workmanship will no doubt have a host interior designers, architects and en- when buying a resale, so make the
and moved out or if the kids are on the of happy former customers ready and gineers. Such connections can provide most of your opportunity and use only
way and it's time to expand a living willing to offer their input. If during peace of mind and will also illustrate top-of-the-line construction materials
area, building a new home is an excit- the interview process a builder appears that a builder is both respected in the and features and choose a builder
ing, yet often agonizing, experience, reticent to share his work or experienc- community and is intent on ensuring with experience in working with such
The reasons for building a new home es with previous customers, this should your home becomes the dream home materials and features. Building on the
are many, but regardless of the reason, be a red flag. Reputable builders will you envision it to be. cheap could prove disastrous in the not
the process of choosing a builder be proud of their work and more than Don't build on the cheap. Buyers too distant future, so don't sacrifice on
should remain the same. willing to show it off. who plan to build their own home quality when building a new home.
Andrew Nadalin, president of Pace Find a builder who is flexible. You will are in the unique position to ensure More information on selecting the
2000 Inc. and a fourth generation be paying to build your home, not the their home is as safe and high-quality right builder is available online at www.
builder and craftsmen, offers the builder's home. A builder should be flexible as possible. This isn't always the case
following advice to prospective home- and ready and willing to meet your needs,
owners with their eyes set on building a no matter how unique they might be.
dream home to call their own. Look for a builder who does more
Look for a builder with a solid than build. A good builder should do
reputation. A builder's reputation more than just build. A builder should
speaks volumes, but it doesn't have to provide a network of qualified profes-
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Ridge Riders

4-H charity show

benefits KidsPACK
The Ridge Riders 4-H Club held a of the running of the horse show,
charity horse show Oct. 12 at Ridge including getting sponsors, provid-
Point Stables to benefit the Polk ing prizes, advertising and show ring
Project KidsPACK. management during the show.
The Ridge Riders 4-H members
were responsible for all aspects RIDERS 27 PHOTOS BY BRENDA EGGERT BRADER
AV, .- Madison Staiano and-her pony, Mighty Mouse, jump over the last jump on the course to win the
18-inch Jumper Class.

Members of the Ridge Riders 4;H Club gather at the club's charity horse show on Oct. 12.

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Holy Spit Catholic Church
644 9th Street Lake Wales -
Thursday, November 7,2013 s.. *y7 ..
6:00 RM '
Spellin Competition
Bbetween local businesses
Bid on items in the Silent Auction
Win big $$ in the 50/50 Drawing
Door Pizes donated by local
Bun s & nl Christmas Pageant Lessons & Carols...a holiday treat for all age
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Two dogs

found on

U.s. 27
Two dogs were seen on U.S. 27 in
Monday morning rush hour traffic in
Lake Wales.
According to reports from the Polk
County Sheriff's Office, PCSO deputies
slowed traffic until Animal Control
arrived. (;assifei ds
Early accounts note that deputies
are not sure how the dogs came to be
in the road to begin with, but a PCSO
Animal Control Officer picked up the
two dogs, one of which was deceased in
the median.
The second dog, which is brindle in
color, could be observed actively trying
to twist away from the officer as he put []nmSX MW
the collar on him to help him into the
truck. It is not known whether the dogs
were abandoned or if they wandered
onto the road.

RIDERS placeany
The horse show was geared toward e u n d er
English riders offering classes for
everyone from Leadline up to three-
foot jumpers.
A Halloween costume class for
both horses and riders concluded
the show.
Ridge Point Stables provided a
barbecue picnic after the show and
the evening ended with a spooky
hayride and bonfire.
The show was a success for Ridge
Riders 4-H, the riders and the char-
ity, organizer said. With the support
of their sponsors: Surgi-Care Center
for Horses, Summerlin Fence, Feed
and Garden, Friends of Whizbang
and- Ridge Point Stables, along With I [ III
shw .participants and spectators,
Ridge Riders 4-H was able to raise
d donate $1,300 to the Polk
Project KidsPACK. (Limit 3 AdsJ
Another charity horse show is
planned for May.
For information on Ridge Riders a ll O U
4-H or Ridge Point Stables, visit thel
website for more information at
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Cornerstone Hospice enlists iPads to

help patients connect, be entertained

Devices enable better patient quality introducing the iPads, our nursing staff Cornerstone Hospice IT
of life by providing a lifeline outside of has identified even ore ways Ito use Director DJ. Hamilton
a room. the devices because the technology plays a game on one
Patients and their families receiving is easy-to-use and applications are of the organization's
care in Cornerstone Hospice and diverse." new'iPops .A grant
Palliative Care's hospice houses and A $10,000 grant from the J. Milton funded the purchase
partner facilities can now connect Hoffa and Nellie E. Hoffa Memorial of the iPads mounted
instantly with loved ones far away. Foundation provided the initial funding on a lightweight stand
Using new iPads, the Cornerstone for Cornerstone to purchase iPads to and enable hospice
patients and their families are able to replace outdated PCOW's (personal patients and visiting
use Apple's FaceTime video chat appli- computer on wheels) that were intro- family members to use
cation to talk to and see loved ones who duced to the hospice houses in 2004. the devices to enter-
cannot be bedside. Additionally, they Sprint helped set up the iPads and tain, inform and even
have access to a growing number of facilitated initial training. connect with loved
applications that allow for downloading "Most people are familiar with these ones far away with
books, streaming music, playing games, newer devices already and they're video chat applications.
and much more. much simpler to use," said Kim Carter, PHOTO PROVIDED
The new iPads, called "iPops" are volunteer specialist at the Lane Purcell
outfitted on a lightweight stand that Hospice House in Sumterville. "It only Each "iPop" costs approximately comfort and care to Central Florida
can be moved easily throughout a takes a minute for our staff to help a $1;000 and Cornerstone Hospice hopes families experiencing life-limiting
patient's room or to another location in patient or family member get set up. to ultimately have one device in each of illnesses. Over 5,000 people in Lake,
the hospice house. A wireless Internet Our job is to improve the quality of life the 46 rooms in the hospice houses and Sumter, Orange, Osceola, Polk, Hardee
network enables quick access to online for our patients and families." in partner facility Winter Park Towers. and Highlands counties benefit from
applications. Additionally, Hamilton says the iPads Additionally, Sprint is working with Cornerstone programs each year.
"Our hospice care team has even used are ideal because they can easily be D. J. Hamilton to further enhance Enhanced patient and family care is
the iPads to allow a man in our care "wiped clean," or memory from previous Cornerstone's care for its patients. made possible through the generous
to communicate with his wife who is users erased, and the device restored to About Cornerstone Hospice: support of individuals and groups.
in a nursing home and unable to visit as-new with all of the music, games and Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative For more information, to donate, or
him," said Derenda "D.J." Hamilton, apps in place for when a new patient Care, Inc., a not-for-profit, community to volunteer, call 888-728-6234 or visit
Cornerstone's IT Director. "Since moves into a hospice house room. organization since 1984, provides

Support group for parents of children with hearing loss
The Florida Hands &Voices Group Race registration opens at 6:30 a.m. while he was the CEO ofWatson Clinic,
for Polk County is scheduled to meet at and the run will start at 7:30 a.m. The tax he led the effort to establish a free med-
6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct 24. deductible registration fee is $20 for all ical clinic for working residents with no
The meeting is at the Central Florida participants. Kids six and under are free. access to quality health care.
Speech and Hearing Center in the Ruthven The first 400 registrants will receive a Barden fostered a collaborative effort
Family Community Room, 3020 Lakeland dri-fit long-sleeve shirt. To register for the withWatson Clinic physicians, theWatson
Highlands Road, Lakeland. 5K/10K, log on to http:/ / Clinic Foundation and local community
This month's topic is 'Advocating for your Registrations received after Nov. 13 and leaders to open LVIM on Feb. 14, 2001.
child with hearing loss." Community leader, on-the day of the race will not be timed. While no longer affiliated withWatsoni
Colleen Pizzuti; talks about her experiences The fundraiser benefits the Florida Clinic, LVIM, in the past 12 years, has seen
as a parent of a child with hearing loss. Hospital Sebring Pediatric Unit and more than 18,000 uninsured residents.
The Florida Hands &Voices Group has Florida HospitalWauchula. LindaAdler Throughout Barden's career, he
been established to provide education, Mammography Center. frequently treated and performed
advice, self-help skills for the parents of deaf For information, call 863-402-5525. PHOTO PROVIDED surgeries at no charge for patients' that
or hard of hearing children discover new could not afford care.
potentials and possibilities. Barden honored From left, Tampa Bay Lightning player, Radko Although Barden is now retired from
The meeting is fie. by The Lightning Gudas, Dr. Glen Barden, Tampa Bay Lightning Watson Clinic, he is busier than ever.
g owner, Jeff Vinik. He volunteers his time treating patients
Florida Hospital The Tampa Bay Lightning honored at LVIM as well as serving on the LVIM
Foundation has 19th Dr. Glen Barden as the fourth Lightning for his favorite charity, LVIM. Lakeland Advisory Board. He continues to be
uCommunity Hero of the year during the Volunteers In Medicine's mission is active in the community, and Barden
5K run/alk and 1K first period of the Oct. 17 game against providing free primary health care to makes multiple mission trips abroad.
The Florida Hospital Heartland Medical the Minnesota Wild. the working uninsured of Polk County. His most recent was a recent month-
Center Foundation has the 19thAnnual The Lightning Foundation and the Barden's compassion for others long trip to Ethiopia, where he treated
Bill Jarrett Ford 5K Run/Walk and 10K on Lightning Community Heroes program prompted him to find a way to care for many patients in desperate need of his
Sunday, Nov. 17, at Florida Hospital Sebring. presented Barden with a $50,000 check the uninsured in Lakeland. In 1999, healing hands.

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side the house. I exercise diligently sounds like it might be a neurologic
under the guidance of a certified or rheumatologic issue rather than a
exercise professional. I am 76 years side effect. But a trial off the medi-
old and in good health otherwise. Do cine is still a good first step.
you have any suggestions as to other DR. ROACH WRITES: In September,
actions I might consider taking? I wrote about ear pressure following
- A.W. airplane flights. Many people have
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Sweat equity for the couch potatoes

How many completely dedicated Counts a nonflammable, liquefied gas under, of indigestion in 1771 after consuming a
couch potatoes (it's a lifestyle choice) pressure in a steel container, which copious meal of lobster, caviar, sau-
have made the following declaration 3,300 Number of milligrams of could be released by pressing a noz- erkraut, smoked herring, champagne
to anybody listening: "You couldn't pay sodium consumed daily by the average zle. During World War II, these cans, and 14'servings of his favorite dessert
me to exercise!" American. dubbed "bug bombs," were used to hetvagg, a plain bread bun served in a
Well, researchers at the University 2,300 Number (or.fewer) of protect troops from malaria-carrying bowl of hot milk.
of Toronto did listen, and then got milligrams recommended by the U.S. mosquitoes. To find out more about Scott LaFee
off the couch to do a study. They put Dietary Guidelines. and read features by other Creators
1,500 people recovering from cardiac 90 Percentage of Americans, age Curtain calls Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit
problems on an exercise regimen, of- 2 or older, who consume too much the Creators Syndicate website at www.
fering participants incentives to stick sodium in their diet. Adolf Frederick, king of Sweden, died
with the program. The gifts included 44 Percentage of consumed sodi-
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Bartow Lake Wales Fort Meade Frostproof Haines City
863.533.4183 BARTOW 863.676.3467 LAKE WALES Lakeland Winter Haven Avon Park Sebring Lake Placid

Factors that Win t M $

might hurt a a .

home's value
Nowadays, homeowners looking to
sell their homes know it's not as easy to
do so as it might have been a few years -
ago. A struggling economy has made it
difficult for many homeowners to sell
their homes for a price they're comfort-
able with.
But the sagging economy is not the
only thing can make it difficult to sell
a home. In fact, a host of other things,
some obvious but some not so obvious,
can hurt a home's value as well.
Location: A home's location is argu-
ably its best or worst selling point. A
home in a great location won't be as dif-
ficult to sell as a home in a bad neigh-
borhood. But location goes beyond a
neighborhood's reputation, especially
in recent years. Homeowners who live
in a neighborhood or development with Estelle Sullivan
many foreclosures might find those
foreclosed properties are hurting their
own home's value. Lots of foreclosures ::
could negatively affect a neighborhood's
reputation, which might make a home
VALUE 2- Rita and Sam Hodges, Welcome to Frostproof! Thanks forchoosing Estelle Sullivan!

Attr-active i-i'me A Big "THANKYOU" To
Indian Lak Et ary and Heather Hadden
Indian L e for Choosing Estelle Sullivan
Nice 3 BDI2 BA Realty! Congratulations on
Your New Home!
Nearly 1,400 Sq. Ft.
SCorner-Lot 1/2 Acre
:* Gol & Fishing Comm. REA TY

700 State Rd. 60 East
M E Lake Wales, Fl. 33853

Unique Property BeatifuViews Active 55+
Lake Access Blue Lake CoUmmunity
Eclectic 3 BD/2 BA Wooded Corner Lot *Very Well Maintained -
Over /2 Acre Quiet Neighborhood Spacious 2 BD/2 BA
RV / Boat Parking Over i Acre Large Florda Roo
$99 900 $25,000 $30,000

This 3 b edrooIn'2 bath block home has 4 bedroom 2 bath hme witlvnew car-
new carpet, vinyl, interior paint, and a pet paint, roof, range, microwave hood
Sk"' new A/C umit Itas a 2 car garage;, a an dishwasher. The kitchen has ample
separate laundry room with sink, and a cabinet space, closet pantry, and a
storage shed. Ready to move into! breakfast bar, in ground pool open pa-
$79,900 tio, 2 car carport, & strage. $114,900

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wiithin that neighborhood less attractive Ar
to prospective buyers.
Appearance: A home's appearance
is another obvious variable that might
affect its resale value. Homeowners
might want their home to reflect their
own individuality, but that's not going .
to help when the time comes to sell
the home. If the exterior paint is out FO
of the ordinary, then it might be wise
to, choose a more traditional or con- O m-l
servative color before erecting the "For Cd
Sale" sign out front. The same goes for
a home's interior. If the interior design 8 6 3
is especially unique, a more traditional 8 6 3
interior decor might help the home sell
Size-and style: Another thing to
consider when selling a home is its size
and style. A home that stands out on
the block might be an attention-grab-
ber, but that's not always attractive
to prospective buyers. For instance, a 3 4 6 7
colonial sitting in the mriddle of a street
filled with contemporary homes will 3
stand out, but likely for all the wrong
reasons. It will likely appear dated and
out of place, which is something buyers T O
ight not want. In addition, if the home
is cesiderably larger or smaller than
hoe surrounding homes, then this could
hurt its value.

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SEquestrian ranch style home spaciousWW 5
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7FROSTPROOF 7 stall horse stable with tack room 4 b et r
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with 2 bedrooms, 1 bath home, fenced in pasture areas, holding pens, dog pens, i i t u o t u co
detached carport and utility storage barn. Asking $299,900.00 Call Michelleacreage. OnI0 miles to tp*n, shopping,
building. Asking $59,900 etc. $1,200 per mo includesterand
Melba C.. Taylor, Michelle K.Hutto, Broker-Owner
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RealtorBrker 245 Scenic H rostproof, FL 33843 2SStateS Rd 6 .akc Walesi 3389
I 10 N.6Scenic Hw. 863-635-0030 Fax: 863-635-0031 Cell: 863-528-1136 W
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pool for outdoor entertaining Single carport, screened in tance to downtown, library, ic design. main bathroom has Frostproof Realty, LLC
Aand relaxation! Wooden. deck-- front porch, utility building, churches, schools Clinch. been remodeled, has living 863-635-4246
ing and screened enclosure approx 75X120 lot. Must Lake has a white sandy bot- room, family room and formal
around pool. Utility building see. Asking $69,900. tom lake forswimming, fish- dining room, with large porch
plus a extra detached Carport Frostproof Realty, LLC ing and all watersports! Split overlooking lake, double car- 331 WF ST, FROSTPROOF
with workshop. Pond in front 863-635-4246. bedroom plan, formal living port dock with boatslip. Ask- 3 Bedroom, 2 bath CB home
of home. Reduced to and dining room, breakfast ing $219,900. with additional 1 bedroom,'1
EAL $159,900. nook in kitchen, large family Frostproof Realty, LLC bath apartmentwith separate
L E Frostproof Realty, LLC 1108 Yarnell Ave Lake room- ith great view of the 863-635-4246 entrance in a very desirable,
863-635-4246 Wales 4 bedrooms/3 baths sunset over the lake. 2 car quiet neighborhood, just split level home. Upstairs has attached garage. Asking steps from Clinch Lake. Cen-
3 bedrooms/2 baths and $265,000. 16 LELIA ST, FROSTPROOF ter hall plan with new wood
We-r Pged To The Letter And19 McCarthy Ave. Frost- downstairs has 1 bedroom/i Frostproof Realty, LLC 2 bedroom, 2 bath CB home flooring in front entrance, din-
Spirit of US. Policy For The Achieve- proof Broker is part owner. 4 bath. Home has formal living 8634635-4246 located inside- city limits on ing room and family room.
ment Of Equal Housing Opportunity bedrooms, 3 bath, Main part and dining room, Family room large lot. Home was built in Fireplace in family room with
Thr6oighoit The Nation. We Encour- of home is 3 bedrooms/2 has fireplace,' Master suite 1992, Metal roof, double sliding doors to screened-in
age And Support An Affirmative baths with a attached garage upstairs has balcony :.-over 212 N. Lake Reedy Blvd garage, large workshop stor- porch and large fenced back-
AdvertioigAnd Marketing Program in aparment" with lbed/bathl looking swimming pool, nice Frostproof Spacious brick age building, furnished. Sell- yard. Plus much more.
Which there Are' No Barriers-To S T
Obtaining Housing Because of Race Spacious home in quiet neigh- porch plus' decking around home onLake Reedy. 3 bed- ers motivated asking Reduced to $124,500
Color, Religion Sec Handicap, Famil- borhood, Home has Formal pool area with gold fish pond. rooms/2 baths, sunken living $89,900. Frostproof Realty, LLC
ial Status Or National Origin." living and dining room, Large _Back yard is fenced. .Garage room with fireplace, large
kitchen/family room. Almost was converted into game game room off rear of home,
1020 HOUSES FOR SALE 1 acre lot, detached work- room with private office. fishing dock, Florida room.
shop, fenced in back yard. Large utility area. Located and screened in porch. Asking
113 Reedy Creek Dr. Home has lots to offer but near play park, Lake and $169,900.
Frostpioof Custom built does need some TLC. Asking downtown area. This home Frostproof Realty, LLC PER
home on approx 6 acres. The $69,900. has lots to offer. Reduced to 863-635-4246 Starti
home is surrounded by lush. Frostproof Realty, LLC $157,900. At SQUARE
greenery and fenced in yard.> 863-635-4246 Frostproof Realty, LLC FOOT
Has Lake Reedy access'and 863-635-4246 110 N. Lake Reedy Blvd -
has Reedy creek flowing Frostproof 2 bedroom/2.5
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home was built in approx Estelle Sullivan Realty om j .omn and shed. The garage access, 2iled. / I;bath, eat-. Jift? formal living,and dining
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that was built-in 2004, Large Frostproof FI NEEDSTEC 2 Bedroori 2 room; reduced:to $46,500 Great3roo- concept, Fire- place, erclosed Florida room,
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$139,900. acres, 2003 home 3BR/2 : work; listed for-$34,900 ID 7040 www.primeplus- ty / St e shed. Additional shop, screen porch; Spectac-
Frostproof Realty, LLC has a little of everything. #205 PRIME PLUS parcelwitn of. ular views frormrfamily room,
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Calland! Estelle @86 ,0 #311 PRIME PLUS REA; versized ar garage with Bedroom 2.5 bath home carpet, paint, :roof,, range,
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Cal 863-241-7609. LW. CROOKED LAKE view on room 2 bath hmne has ample om $90,000 ID #6169 PRIME window. The master bedroom
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horse stalls 'added: easily) rooms, :breakfast room, family PROPERTY. Spacious living 16 Old Roman coin -
stocked pond & More. Home room; kitchen includes newer area, FP in Living Rm., split 17Lighttoamoth 23 24 2
is well insulated with lowelec- granite counter tops, warming bedroom: panr, Screened 18 Cooks, in a way. --.-
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huge pantries! Other ameni: Estelle Sullivan Realty shed. Private open porch "27 Brief brawls- 48 9
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room, handicap, acessible, .State Park; Owner is motivat- JUST LISTED! "FIXER bath ranch style home with Lake Caloosa-Frostproof
and a 2 car garage. This ed and will consider offers. UPPER!" Frame home with grand master suite, walk out 204 Woodstork Way 3
home 'sits on a little over an 2 STORY CONDO 3 Bed- Don't miss this chance to own siding, 3BR 1BA (remodeled), basement, large living areas bedroom 2 bath doublewide
acre of land, and its in ready room 1.5 bath 2 story condo a beautiful piece of land in living room, dining room (par- and two wood burning fire- mobile home, living-and din-
to move in condition. Located end unit located near Lake such an amazing area. Owner tially remodeled kitchen), places. Horse barn with 7 ing room combo, vaulted
near Lake Tiger; listed for Jackson, reduced to has 2 other parcels available; inside laundry room w/d hook- stalls, tack room complete ceiling, large kitchen with
$164,900 ID #4450 $39,900 ID #305 PRIME listed for $15,000 ID #14 up, detached garage/work- with toilet and sink. Sepa- eat in space 1 acre fenced
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE shop, oversized lot. ONLY rate large RV covered stor- in back yard Asking
INC. 863-676-7040 8 3-6 040 ST4 INC. 863-676-7040 $19,000 Cash only Sale! age shed, fenced pastures. $82,000.00 Call Michelle
www.primeplusrealestate.c epus.c www.primeplusrealestate.c Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062 Asking $299,000 Call 528-1136, Keystone
om oii f K%^ om Estelle Sullivan Realty Michelle 528-1103, Key- Realty Inc. 635-0030
? ? 109 N Scenic Hwy stone Realty Inc. 863-
INVESTOR SPECIAL 4 Bed- MOBILEHpOME 2 BEAUTIFUL BUILDABLE Frostproof Fl 635-0030 22 Blue Jordan Road-
roomr 3 bath block home with -' LOTS just under a 1/4 an Immaculate 3 bedroom 2
an eat-in kitchen, tile floor MANUFACTUREDP HOME acre located in Babson Park. 266 and ine ail- bath splitbedroom plan con
throughout, and a circular Thisi 3bedroohi: 2-bath:double Property is already cleared LAKE WALES 4BR/1BA Extremely nice 4 bedroom 2 crete block home Has
drive, reduced to $17,900 wide is on almost 5 acres of and is just waiting for you to Concrete block home. New bath oversized double wide cathedral ceiling open living,
ID #1450 PRIME PLUS land. The kitchen has a pass build the home of your energy efficient windows, mobile home has formal liv- dining and kitchen area
REAL ESTATE INC. 863- through window, breakfast dreams. Ownership provides new floors and freshly paint- ing room with built in tv. unit, Kitchen has ceramic tile
676-7040 www.prieplus- bar, and island. This home deeded access Crooked edinside. Masterbedroom dining room with built in cor- white cabinets, double oven has a large walk-in closet, Lake. Asking price is $9,000 as an oversized storag ner cabinets, eatin kitche two pantry closets and
'-' ... .- front & back porch, and its per lot. Owner will consider room that could be convert- w/ bar, family room, master dishwasher. Attache dou-
3 BEDROOM: I BATH BUN- fully fenced; listed for offers. ID#1012 PRIME ed into second bathroom. suite has large walk in clos- ble gaage, detached large
GALOW HOME Has formal $74,900 ID #208 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. Inside utility room,fenced et, bath room with tub and workshop with a half bath all
living -roomiand a split bed- PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 backyard with "man cave" separate shower, 30'x90' on two separate 1 Acre lots
room floor plan. Family.-room 863-676-7040 www.primeplusrealestate.c workshop. Asking just metal dream barn, perfect on the corner with paved
could easily be used as. an www.primeplusrealestate.c om $48,000. (PENDING) for RV & boat storage plus roads. Asking
additional bedroom, :.original om Th plenty of space left over for $187,500.00 Call
hardwood flooring throughout 'WATER FRONT VACANT LAKE WALES Three bed- workshop/Man Cave, or Michelle 528-1136, Key-
most of the-home: Coiy 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH man- LAND Great location to build room, one and a half bath- convert it into a large horse stone Realty Inc. 635-
screened in back porch. Shin-. ufactured home with a break- your home and have access room, concrete block home -barn, All for a low price of 0030
gles, a/c an dtic's'" weRe fast bar, pantry closet, Florida to Walk-in-Water Creek, with one car garage. Large $136,900. OBO Call
replaced,. listed at. $39,900 room, front screened porch, access to lake depends to fenced backyard. om- Michelle 528-1136, Key- 105 Snooks Wardlaw
ID #6b4 'PRIME PLU$ EAL and 1 vehicle carport with water levels, lot approx. 2.56 letely weatherized for max- stone Realty Inc -863- Road-3/2 likenewconcrete
EST& ,IC.. 863676- workshop/laundry area; acres; listed at $25,000 ID bu energy efficic and 635-0030 bock hme, ne o n
7040 www.primeplus- reduced -to $29,900 ID #L22 PRIME: PLUS REAL comfort. -: gerar and Griffin Jr Elem and Frost- #6353 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676- stove i e. Pr!ced to Frostproof proof High Schools Asking
SESTATE INC. 863-676- 7040 www.primeplus- sell at 5,0. 83 Laurel Lane Spacious $131,500.00 Call Wesley
CORNER-LOT' HOME Zohed 7040 www.primeplus- o F : 'ake 3 bedroom 2bath Palm Har- 528-8265, Keystne
for professibal;"i se; 'Neat, -. bor double wide on 5 acres Realty 635-0030
Clean and riove in ready vThis -RIVER RANCH RESORT RV Clinh vw ad acess. of fenced land ideal for.hors-
home has a newer roolfloor- COMMERCIAL LOT Beautiful wooded lot 3BR/BA Concre blo es or cows, Asking only 258 Quail Run Road-
ing and freshly paint nte i- available, this is a great place house. Large BQNUS rom! $80,000. OBO Call Wes- OVERSIZED 4 bedroom 2
or. Split bedroom floor plan.. LARGE 2 STORY OFFICE i to put your RV for the season New carpet n all bedrooms, ley 863-528-4265 at bath double wide with living
Large formaLtdining room, BUILDING Needs remodeling or the year. Boat dock and ceramictile throughout main Keystone Realty Inc. room, diing and large
Sspaciouslivirng om..Laundry to:be completed. May have up ramp close by with access to living area. lnside utility kitchen ith lots ofcabinets,
roorimcoud -e cnverted into to 6 office spaces, reception Lake Kissimmee which has room. A brgain at 9 Keenan Way-Three full island, pantry, family room
another begdrooifor-rven ,a area, 2 conference/ meeting amazing fishing available.- $47,900!. baths for each of the three with corner, fireplace and
2nd :adthroomr tJst-under Ia rooms 'and two '1/2 baths. There are many featuresavail- Kri Bender bedrooms, block home with built in TV unit. Widehallway
1/4 of an acre fenced lot, Haslseparate work shop/stor- able; listed at $25,000 ID Bender Realty, LC ceramic tile, family room with built in desk/cabinets
owner-financing available; age area with overhead door, #248 PRIME PLUS REAL 863-223-8708 with fireplace, two open Sits on a 5 ACRE partially
listed at $77,700 ID #520 2 separate self-storage build- ESTATE INC. 863-676- 863-521-9421 Cell lanai's, one partially fenced in- property, has
PRIME iPLUS REAL ESTATE ings;, approx. 50 + units and 7040 www.primeplus- LARGE 2-3BR 2BA, newer screened, in town location, mature oak trees Asking
INC 863-676-7040 some ".climate controlled. kitchen, tiled bathrooms, living very close to Lake Reedy. $110,00000 Call
www.primeplusreilestate.c M Much potential to Igenerate . &dining room, privacy fence Asing only $95,000.00 Michelle Keystone Real
om .- iricoienfrnom roffice space arid JUST. OVER 5: BEAUTIFUL back yard, -shed, Ig 'screen obo Call Cindy 528- ty 6350030 -
; .'-- ;; .:.;;-. i storage uniftsi Al easonable ACRES This amazing country porch.PLUS a DUPLEX 2BR 0366 Keystone Realty
AVON PARK--WE HAVE offers wdill'be. reviewed and setting is located in a gated and 1BA each unit. Walk to Inc. 863-635-0030. Babson Park
SEVERAL HOMES FOR considered;: listed for deed restricted community school, lakes, all over town! 642 Hillside-2 or .3bed-
SALE all; are priced to sell $ $179,900: ID #6443 and it's just waiting for you to. ASKING $119,000. 90 S Lake Moody Rd- room/1.5 bath concrete
quickly, some with lake view, PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE build the home of your Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062 Lake Moody Access Enjoy blo6k, single carport, par-
great investment opportunity; INC. 863-676-7040 dreams, priced to sell at Estelle Sullivan Realty 220 ft. of Lakefront View on tially fenced back yard,
call today. for- more informa- www.primeplusrealestate.c $45,000 ID #LT30 PRIME 109 N Scenic Hwy the Wide Water of Lake ceramic tile' throughout,
tion or stop. by0our office for omr PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. FrostproofFI Moody. This charming; hardwood cabinets, current-
details and map. 863-676-7040 home with split bedroom ly being used as three bed-
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE VACANT LAND www.primeplusrealestate.c LOADED with amenities: 3BR plan sits in 3.37 acres. room rental unit Asking
INC.- 863-676-7040 or om & 3BA 19 ft eling in g t Plenty of room to expand, $72,500. OBO Call Cindy
visit online www.primeplus- IHALF ACRE LOT located in ro ithI'fe Grnite great for small farm, hors- 528-0366 Keystone
realestate.comn golf. course gandwaterfront HOME SITE, Nice 6half Acre firoom,,emnyer.i es, animals & hobbies. A Realty 863-635-0030
Sga ed bm i Ready for lot located in Beautiful Areaiof some ranite window small grove is included on a
SEBR E HAVE you to lild thhome of your Homes. Growing Region Cen- /sills/suround soui ifiside & corner lot. Huge detached Lake Wales
MA ISTININ IN dreams Qwner aIelling trally Located between Winter osid undr chute/inSwall garage/orkshop -in rear 4649 Caloosa Blvd.
SEBRING AREA, ;idMES. g at aven and Lake Wales. Par- o~ est / ontroI/wlki- plus a carport 4/2 home 3 bedroom 2 bath, one car
CONDOS, -Priced L I 6, Il#911 PRIME tially Cleared- nd ready to lo /fr Asking. $199,000 .Other- garage, living areas
863-676-7040 today 6- PILUS-0R L ESTATE INC. Build. your Frst Home. n a f wisdeBestOffer' Call Fred with:skylights. Nicelyfea-
more information -or stop by 863-676-7040 ; Redoiedlto $ 24900id #cc al dinig o brea st 863-257-2210,Keystone tured dining roomwith built
ouir office. PRIME LUS www.primepluerealess e.c PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE ffi e/d garage Realty Inc 863-635-0030 in glass front cabinets. Ask-
REAL ..... JI : 1. l .,. ,;ba. in only $-4,000 Call
REAL EST I s: : m INC. (863) ,r676-7040 and one bath with tub/shower ing only $4,000 Call
online at www.primeplus '%- www.primeplusrealestate.c & e bath with se 15 C Street s-3 bedrooms, Michelle @ Keystone
realestate^om & &mtwo sep^ rate anity areas, 2 baths, with pool andone Realty Inc 863-528-
LAND just waiting for u to c: M ;r tub/se ad r wi bedroom garage apartent. 1103 or 863-635-0030
CONDOS build the hdme, giour WOODED* HOME SITE! 2 Jac i t ara sw Wood floors, fireplace; nice
S- dreams This is:tr tr Acres of Bautifuloods in 'rdual sinks: make-up front arid back screened FortMeade
GREAT WINTER RETREAT livingat its bestthis proierty deed retsricted comrnity to ra;/ts Ofbenh &aulind porches. -.. Asking 308 S. Orange Ave. Short
cld~'~ omlset Office/laundry 8l S. Orange'Ave.Short
OR GET AWAY, Completely is located not far from the build your new home!.Not too ard throm also $138,900 Call Wesley @ Sale:3 bedroom/1 bath con-
i1Futnihd, include-s' Wasih K si. tee Chain of Laks. r from Pblic Bioa Ramp downs rs.Ki has Keyst, 863- crete block home, carport,
(no dri er), Ceramic Tile Ownes motivated and will: into Lake Rosalie. Owner Mot d r e i 635-0030 .fenced back yard, utility
throughout, edroom has car- consider all offers. Seller has vated and will look at all Rea- co & l it shed, roof a and wi ndli
......... screened ......eonable Offe"rs! $"39.,900 id# ice-machine & sink, built' in 1909 S. LakeRe Br d shed, roof a/c and windows
pet, screened porch has 2 additional parcels, listed for sonable Offers! $39,900 id# 1909 S. Lake Reedy Blvd less than five years old Ask-
ceramic ble,,rorof new 2009, $7,000 ID #17 PRIME 11209 PRIME PLU REAL smicrowave & co'netionoven 4 bedroom 2 bath on over ing only $59,000.00 Call
Amenities include: iool, RecI PLUS EAL ESTATEINC. ESTATE INC (863)676- so much more! 4BR/3A to 3/4 acres with 100' of Lake Cindy 528-0366, Key-
Room, Clubhouse,, lake 863-676-7040 7040. www.primeplus- he alo has a Reedy frontage. Dock, Boat stone Realty 863-635-
P' '!ia ?Nvu/ acss.{oL/ E $249,lt house, large screened 0030 '
access, spa, tenris courts, www.primeplusrealestate.c C' a Ecc ite. @AS2 02 house, large screened 0030
shuffleboard basketball, min- om Call Estee @ 863-632-2062 porch overlooking:the lake.
EstelleWood kitchen cabinets and
golf, bocci ball,.gym, library; LAKE FRONT ON LAKE S lvan Wood kitchen cabinets and
listed at $40,000 ID #905 1.29 ACRES WITH WALK IN WATER, Just Over 9 N Scenicwy granite countertops. Needs
Ui~~ 'D Y95 '9 ww Este upmn o m Fa little TLC Asking 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES
PRIMEPLIUS REAL ESTATE FRONTAGE ON BOY 5 Acres, Partially Wooded, Fro.stprof Fnm a little TLC Asking 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES
INC. 863-676-7040 SCOUT ROAD Near the- Private Ldcation; Dead End wwwste $299,000 Call Fred 863-
www.primeplusrealestate.c Kissimmee Chain of Lake and Street. Great Price! $49,900 Sun Ray-Frostproof' 257-2210 or Keystone Beautiful' Lake Front
,om State Park. Owner is motivat- id# Lt22 204 Central Ave 2 bed/1 Realty, Inc 863-635- Condo on Crooked Lake. 1
ed. .and will consider offers. PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC bath concrete block home, 0030 bd, 1 ba furnished.
LAKEFRONT CONDO Nice 2 Don't miss this chance to own 863-676-7040 spacious kitchen, lots of $148,000 Call 863-678-
bedroom 2 bath lakefront a beautiful piece of land in cabinets, 1 car garage 405 Walter Ave 3 bed/1.5 0864. Babson Park.
condo with new carpet, paint, such an amazing.area. Owner LAKE VIEW & Dock on could easily be converted bath concrete block home, LAKEFRONTACCESS HOMES
vinyl, range with hood, and has 2 other parcels available; Reedy Lake! 4BR/2.5BA into a 3rd bedroom and 2nd newly painted, wood lami-
dishwasher. Also has ample listed as $15,000 ID #24 "remodeled" home plus work- bathroom, screen enclosed nate flooring, ceramic tile JUST LISTED LAKE FRONT
kitchen cabinet space, all PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE shop, fenced yard, water & porch, NOW Asking only kitchen and bathroom, CHA, HOME ON LAKEREEDY FOR
.appliances, and an enclosed INC. 863-676-7040 sewer & well for lawn. ASKING $44,999. Call Cindy 528- updated light fixtures, car- ONLY $99,000! "Oldie but Good-
porch with a beautiful view of www.primeplusrealestate.c $97,500 "LISTINING TO 0366, Keystone Realty port, fenced in back yard outside bath room near the lake!
Lake Jackson; reduced to om OFFERS!" Inc 863-635-0030 Reduced Asking Spacious living room, kitchen,
$39,900 ID #2131 PRIME Cill Estelle @ 863-632-2062 $59,900.00 OBO Call family room with dining area
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 1.29 ACRES WITH Estelle Sullivan Realty Blue Jordan-Frostproof Michelle 528-1136, Key- PLUS a dock, city water, well for
863-676-7040 FRONTAGE ON BOY 109 N Scenic Hwy ATrN. HORSE LOVERS stone Realty Inc 635- yard, and large shed! ASKING
www.primeplusrealestate.c SCOUT ROAD Near the Frostproof R 1942 Old Grove Trail 0030 $99,000
om Kissimmee Chain of Lake and Equestrian 4 bedroom 3.5

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FOR SALE 'Frostproo 05 n.. t .
JUST LISTED! "Affordable, ike- 4 Colony Ave-Frostproof $850month, SD "$850 "Cali that could be added on to the OAKWOOD MANOR
new" 2BR/2BA home. Has formal FORECLOSED CABIN 2/1 concrete block home Cole Vogel at Legacy Leas- existing 950 sq ft. Water and APARTMENTS
living & dining room, family room, On 4 Acres! Just $89,900 w/carport, central heat & ing Services, Inc 863-676- wifi included in rent. PRICES REDUCED FOR
aunroom (heate/cooled by setic Kr Bring your hammer & nails air, fenced in back yard 0024 or visit www.Lega- $800/month. LEASE- UP!
Maid kitchen cabinets/corian Great fixer upper on beautiful $600.00/month, 1st & Sec. Call Maggie Stohler at
counter tops/all appliances, large wooded rolling land. Enjoy Call Michelle 528-1136. Frostroof-LAKEFRONT LIV- 8 ea367s24 rvist apartment homes provide
pantry with cabinets/shelves/and wildlife, creeks, ponds, lake Frostprof- LAKEFRONT LIV- 863-676-0024 orwwwLeaceasescoit comfortable living at a
sink. Loaded with amenities 2s. Must see! Overockr Call 877- ircle IG- B BA situated on pc a in
irrigation system fm 8over 2 acres with a dock on great price. Rates include
garage, irrigation system from 888-0267 Ext. 436. Frostproof 3/1 concrete Lake Reedy. Newer paint and water.
well, city water, Concrete $42
ock/lights, shed, great oen Streamfront Land Bargain! block home central heat & flooring,. Florida room, major Studio from only $425/mo
patio & Much More! ASKING 1.7 acre wooded corner air, all appliances included kitchen appliances and interi- 1 BR. from only $500/mo
$178,000 SALE PENDING! parcel in Blue'Ridge Moun- $800.00/month 1st & Sec. or washer/dryer hookup. 2 BR with w/d hookups
tains. 390' on crystal clear Call Cindy 528-0366. $1195/month, SD $1195. from only $625/month
JUST LISTED! Cozy Lake Cot- stream, natural year-round Call Maggie Stohler at Lega- Convenient location,
tage! IDEAL for winters! Has spa- spring. Paved road, municipal 10 Keen Road- cy Leasing Services, Inc Walk to shopping.
ciious. living-din ng combo, every- wal0 or 8 -45
cious living-dining combo, every- water, utilities, mild restric- Frostproof-Villa style apart- 863-676-0 24 or visit Call 24/7866-485-
day dining in Super Nice kitchen ment: 2 bedroom, 1 bath All 212 E. Stuart Ave. 4977
(all appliances/newer sink/many tions. RV friendly. Was ment: 2bedrom, bathAll 212 E. Stuart Ave. 4977
cabinets) 3BR/2BA and a nice $69,900, now $27,900. inclusive, power, water, ake Wales-COZY 3 BD/2 Lake Wales, FL 33853 Or visit:
screen porch. Master suite has a Excellent financing. Call now appliances, furniture, all ith screened pOakwoodanorAtso
sitting area with sliding doors 866-952-5303 Ext. 63. linens, cable. ed in Crown Pointe subdivi- 1300 DUPLEXES FOR RENT
viewing the lake and its own bath $1000/month. Internet sion. It has an open floor plan v/ */ / / /'/
with a stack washer/dryer unit. 1090 MOBILE HOMES available for $30 per month, and spacious covered porch, FOR RENT Duplex Apartment.
City drinking water but yard irri- FOR SALE Call Cindy 863-528-0366 fenced backyard and 2 car Lake Side close in. (863)-676- IN TIE
ation rom well. ASKING garage. Rent includes pool 6201... CLASSIPIED
99,500 BREEZE HILL 10 Keen Road- care. Available Dec 1.
NEW LISTING 1.7 acre lot with ON WALK-IN-WATER LAKE Frostproof-Villa style apart- $995/month, SD $995. Call A S K U S YOU CAN .....
200+ feet on Lake Reedy! Sea Community has clubhouse, ment: 1 bedroom, 1 bath All Maggie Stohler at Legacy
wall, dock/bench/light, 30x40 activities, heated pool, lake- inclusive, power, water, Leasing Services, Inc 863- ,Fnd a Pet
pole barn with concrete floor, frontage, 2 docks, boat slips, appliances, furniture, all 676-0024 or visit www.Lega- H O W
great Gazebo with gas grill for shuffle board courts and linens, cable. $750/month. FInd a Car
entertaining, and situated off the paved roads. Internet available for $30 you can place a Find aJob
street with a small wall and a gate per month Call Cindy Lake Wales- 3BR/2BA PICTURE
for privacy! Orange groves across 9078 Lake Point Blvd 863-5280366 of your item /'Find Garge Sales
the street for more privacy! Home 2BR/2BA with carpoirt, screen Keystone Realty Inc. b oasts a spacious yard with n ar l
has vaulted ceilings, "in-wall pest Keystone Realty Inc. a fully privacy-fenced back- for sale /ind A Nw
control," alarm, open great porch ASKING $35,900 245 S. Scenic Hwy. yard. Includes2 car garage in your mp
room/dining/kitchen all with Frostproof, FL 33843 with automatic opener, 2fii
panoramic views of LAKE REEDY! 9186 Lake Point Blvd. storage sheds and Florida classified ad! /Sell Your Home
Spacious kitchen has many Kraft 2BR/1.5BA, carport, well kept, Office: 863-635-0030 room. $950/month, SD LAKE WALES 2/1 uit Selt Your Unwanted
Maid cabinetries (lots of special- newer kitchen, workshop in Fax- 863-635-0031 $950. Call Maggie Stohler at LKE W S 2/1 et Mrchan
ties), nice appliances, tile floor- back, carport & patio ASKING Cell: 863-528-1136 Legacy Leasing Services, Inc neighborhood, close to Merchandl
ing, 3BR/2.5BA (half bath $49,900 www.Keystone-RealEstate.NET 863-676-0024 or visit shopping and school. W/D /Advirle Your
between garage and home for wwwegacyLeasescom hookup, CHA, carport. e
easy access), office 9213 Lake Point Blvd. Lake Wales 2BR/1BA $600 month plus deposit. Buln orSr
(heated/cooled), 2 car garage, 2BR/2BA well kept, dou- Duplex, newly remodeled! Frostproof- NICE 3BR/2BA 863-528-5564
screen porch overlooking Lake b
Reedy, huge master suite has its blewide with carport! ASKING Comes with stove and refrig- home -on quiet cul-de-sac. Classified -
own master bath with a corner $51,900 erator. Washer and dryer for Home has vaulted ceilings, 1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT t' the reliable
Jacuzzi, separate shower, linen tenants use at no additional iack porch and 2 car roooc for the
closet, water closet and walk-in- 3653 Breeze Way Beautiful charge. Convenient to iHwy. bac porch and 2 car ource f the
closet! LOTS MORE TO SEE! 2BR/2BA Doublewide, remod- 60 and Hwy. 27 No pets arage. $900/month, SD COLONIAL SQUARE right lt
ASKING $335,000 eled inside, screen porch over- a p $900. Call Maggie Stohler at APARTMENTS
looks the lake, newer 12x24 allowed. Rent includes water Legacy Leasing Services, Inc SPRING SPECIALS !
CLINCH LAKE 3BR/2BA home storage shed.Comes with $450 mo. 863-676-0024 or visit 1 and 2 Bedroom apts with
-with separate 1BR/1BA living membership in COPA and central a/c and heat, large
area for guests or friends! Home m e e ees d t Haines City 1BR/1BAfloo plans, big closets A Bargain Hunters
has vaulted great room with living maintenance fees paid thru HainesCoitl foor plans, big closetsABR/1BA
has aulted great room withlivn Dec 2013! ASKING $74,900 Condo completely fur- Commercial & FREE WATER Delight
rea/dining/and kitchenall appli- nished, right down to the Nalcrest- 379 sqft for lease Starting at $475/month Check the'
ances), split bedroom allplani-r e i dishes! Spiral staircase .in a community that boasts ste-inSpialS Chek
:ances), split bedroomplan; "in- Two Lots ForSale in Breeze leads:tot for aditoa 500 apartments and approxi- _oqe-rSpcia IClassifieds First!
law suite has lbr/lba and a full Hill come with water & sewer ead to lot or additional tely800 residents This all 24/7 866-485-
kitchen!" 12x50 screen porch, for manufactured homes! Ask- space. Large back porch mately 800 resideants. This a 4961 e
has a great view of Clinch lake, ing $8,500 & $10,000 overlooks championship hair or nail salon There is an Or visit us online at Marketplace of
seawall & dock and MANY MORE Grenelefe golf course. Get attached bathroom. Water Shopping is right at
EXTRAS! ASKING $335,000 CALOOSA LAKE VILLAGE a social membership for and wifi included in rent.
LAKE ACCESS: Crooked LAKE WALES access to pool and tennis $400/month. Call Maggie Lake Wales-2br/lba. Across your
Lake 3BR/2BA Loaded with 1993 2BR/2BA home in great courts. Laundry facility and Stohler at Legacy Leasing from Lake. Nice location. Fingertips!
amenities Two story, 3BR/2BA location and in good condition! pro shop on premises. No Services, Inc 863-676-0024 $450 a month. Call 863-632-
open great room, pool table, Call Paul Bieber, Realtor @ pets allowed $600 mo. or visit www.LegacyLeas- 1481.
newer kitchen cabinets & appli- 863-224-6559 Kris Bender
ances, nice pantry with ice Bender Realty, LLC
machine & extra refrigerator, out- m 863-223-8708 Nalcrest- 950 sqft of
side kitchen, RV port, privacy Estelle Sullivan Realty 863-521-9421 Cell Retail/Office Space for ease
fenced, private road open to 109 N Scenic Hwy in a community that boasts
Crooked Lake! ASKING Frostproof FI HOMES FOR RENT 500 apartments and approxi-
$175,000 863-632-2062 mately 800 residents. There
BEST PRICE ANYWHERE ON Babson Park- FULLY FUR- i an attached bathrom and
11095LBMANUFACTURED FRONT honme on beautiful
nished 1BR/1BA on Silver Lake, 1095 MANUFACTURED
with huge workshop with a HOMES FOR SALE Crooked Lake. Brand newind the
1BR/1BA efficiency living area in h ardwood floors thrugut
workshop! ASKING $86,000 ARIANA VILLAGE home, large screened in n W
2 BED/2 BATH OVER 800 porch and much more. Dock
LAKE FRONT CONDO in South SQ. FT ALL APPLIANCES with dusk till dawn lights
Shore Resort 1BR/1BA Park INCLUDED $23,995 LOW above and below the water t Iin thet
odel right on the lake with MONTHLY PAYMENT $599 thewhte sand beach. Co
screen porch! Amenities include CALL877-469-6610 ered carport with parking md , SWN ..iM., .Ym
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$45,900 CHECK THE maintenance included in rent.
SCLASSIFIEDS! $1300/month, SD $1300.
NEWER 2BR/2BA Lake Reedy Call Cole Vogel at Legacy N
home, vaulted ceiling in Great 1110 OUT-OF AREA HOMES Leasing Services, Inc 863-
room, all rooms view lake, tile 676-0024 or visit www.Lega- *
throughout, nice Kitchen/appli- 37 ACRE MIDDLE TN FARM
ances, slate flooring on big with 13 acre lake, nice home.
screen porch overlooking Lake Selling at Absolute Auction, Haines City- STUDIO
Reedy, & garage & "Ready To Memorial Day. Van Massey APARTMENT in Grenelefe
Occupy!" ASKING $207,500 Auction Lic 1711. (931)433- golf community located on
FANTASTIC 2BR/2BA Lake 8686 Visit the 2nd floor of condo build-
FANTAShome with uper ng DEVELOPER FORCED LIQ- ng. Has a spacious deck
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dock (boat house & elect lift), irri- UIDATION Smoky Mtn. Lake room and a Murphy bed to
gated mature lawn, dog Property Priced @ Foreclo- save space. Two different
kennel/run, very nice kitchen sev- sure/Short sale. Up to 100% golf courses to choose from
al NEW appliances!, large open Financing/5% interest. Hurry- right outside your back door Clubhose Swimming PooExercseRoomEasy Freeway Access
living rm/Sun porch & screen r
porch ALL OVERLOOKING LAKE Only 30 Reservations avail- $550/month, SD $550. Call Pet Fiendly On-Site CustomerService
REEDY, as well as 2 sheds & able! (877)551-0550 ext 100 Cole Vogel at Legacy Leas-
MORE! ASKING $199,000 ing Services, Inc 863-676- "-Bat.
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Estelle Sullivan Realty 4BR/2.5BA home! Call Lke ales/Hgh d WasherDre ed Inu ided
109 N Scenic Hwy Today! Must have references Pakk- 2BR/ 2BA condo situ-e- e'-"-
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LAND FOR SALE Comm Warehouse 4 Rent CYPRESS TRUCK LINES Medical Billing Trainees
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$16,000. 287-9931. LW. needed. (888)589-9677. tions in Bartow. Must be a
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S Lake e from Weekly or Daily Pay.
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road, Lake Access, cleared sq ft office/showrm w/AC. Class A Driving Exp (877)258- 9569 assistance. Computer avail-
drive and homesite! Very wood- $1500 mo. +security. 863- 8782 able. Financial Aid if qualified. ADOPTION
ed! ASKING $18,500; 678-1498 or 863-241- ACT NOW New Pay Increase! ARE YOU ONLINE? Call (800)481-9409 Childless, loving couple
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Slake. frontage ASKING 6 units with 4 nder lease. gram. Finani aidif qualified 20/10 program. Trainers ADVERTISE IN OVER 100
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all Estelle @863-632-2062 ndition A 00 ationnstite of Maintenance .49 per mile! CRST. VAN $250 per dayrTo stand inthe 2'for:One Low Rate. Advertising
aEstelleSullivan Realty condonASKING $150000 (866) 314-3769. EXPEDITED (800)326-2778 backgrounds for a major'film Networks of Florida, Put us to
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North Carolina Mountain Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062 partow/Lkd printing co. 5489 Susan ext. 227 Joy ext. experience to transfer motor
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waterfront community. Dock- 109 N Scenic Hwy + expense sale rep. prefer LLC. tors, and buses, www.mamo-
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property tax. Call Now CALL NOW!i Top I5% Pay! WEEKENDS 1 yr OTR Flatbed Need CDL Drivers A or B ing-Attend college 1 00%
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Wales on a corner lot. -T660s,: Need 2 months. CDE xt. 238 usan ext 227 SU experience to transfer motor tance. Computer available.
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LAND & CABIN PACKAGE building has mid-size garage .:- Drivers Wanted-OTR Food tors, and buses, www.mamo- SCHEV certified. Call
ON CUMBERLAND with two garage doors, CDL DRIVERS-, Great Pay! Grade Tanker Drivers Needed (800)501- (800)481-9409 www.Centu-
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mNt mount oert twith a sizable down pay- Tons of Great Paying exasDrivers- No Experience- w/additional mileage incen- puter availabe. FinancialAid if
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ag vew a pra. Kris Bender ny/Paid benefitsve Training. Immediate Benefits. 6537 or www.oakleytrans-
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MiCDL-A DRIVERS. Central Flori- staff wo rking w/ children. R atw, Gaineterele Flor-
da company seeks Solo & Must be able to work 40hrs ney at LawGainesville, Flori-
ITeam Drivers. Tank and Dry Earn Up to $.51cpm!!! CDL- per wk. Also seeking Ast. d Free no obligation consul-
SVan positions offering some A Drivers, Tanker & Dry Van Manager, & Santa Helpers for tation. Serving counties
a regional. lyr OTR/ Good MVR positions -available. 1 year Seasonal local promotion at throughout North Florida.
a aMlralrt Sat Ssuit i r2as :required. (877)882-6537 or OTR experience, Good MVR & local Mall in Lake Wales. (352)672-6444. peterkele-
henksBsly Io 'Fei tWslb ai i work history needed. Call Email Virgina #702706
-Iow.n. l talt Registration: 9:30 a.i, (877)882-6537 or apply Big Blow Out Sale. Friday &
sal"w sWsane s Start Location Sandwich-Shobp CLAIMS ADJUSTERS m. Saturday. Oct 25th & 26th.
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Prizes Dinner served Allproceedsbenefi the OcoeePolice trainer can prepare you. High only. Relocate to -Texas for likes football as well as cov- DONTE YUR VEHICLE
S after thetournament oepatmeatsHoidayr oys or ts Income Tons of work. Great compa- ering local sports. Immedi- RECEIVE FREE VACATION
I ,=' '- Companies waiting ny/pay. Gas cards/Quick Pay ate opening for a freelance VOUCHER UNITED BREAST
available. (800)491-9029 writer to cover high school CANCER FOUNDATION Free
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ving Exp (877)258-8782 for the Lake Wales High Towing, Fast, Non-Runners and Fort Meade High foot- Accepted, 24/7 (888)468-
ball teams. The job is a 5964.
Heat & Air JOBS Ready to tight deadline on Friday DONATE YOUR VEHICLE RECEIVE
work? 3 week accelerated night for Saturday's paper. FREE VACATION VOUCHER UNIT-,
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ment. Nationwide certifica- ments for advance stories Info FREE Towing, Fast,
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rliht WITH THE MOST RELI- ______; Lake Wales, FL
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S2003 Chevrolet Cavalier 2008 Honda Civic 2DR CPE 2011 Ford Fusion SEL. 2012 Toyota Tundra E
1999 Dodge RAM Van Con- Base Sedan. $3,550. Blue. 2005 Chrysler Town and EX AT. Stock#: P5046A. Auto- Price $14,999. Stock#: CAB Truck Quad Cab.
version van passener. Stock# P7573A. 4dr Sedan. Country Touring Mini-Van. nmati 5-speed. Black. 4-cylin- P4981. 4-cylinder 2.5L 4cyls. $23,997. White. Stock#
5,975. Black. Stock# 2.20 2.2L 4-Cylinder SPI $6,995. Gold. Stock # der 1.8L 4 cyls. Price Automatic 6-speed. Steel blue C6077A. Call Sorensen
CC1600A. Call Sorensen & DOHC SPI 16V. Call Cannon's C6084A. Call Sorensen & $10,999. Kelley's Used Car. metallic. Kelley's Used Cars. Schade. 800-639-5337
Schade. 800-639-5337. Car City 863-248-8665. Schade. 800-639-5337 863-269-0977. 863-269-0977.

2005 Dodge Crava. COUNTRY STK# RF081
1999 GMC Suburban 4DR 2003 Chevrolet S-10 Ext Autotic $4; 208 Hyudai Santa Fe 2011 Mazda. Mazda 3.4dr. COUNTRY STK# RF068
2WD 1500. Price $3,999. Cab 123" WB LS. $9,999. Stock# 416108.:Passeer Ls ited rice $11,999 Sdn. Auto I Touring. $15,489. LIGHT BLUE PWR S2687ID-
Stock#: P5121A. 8-cylinder White. Stock# J3892. Auto- Van, 4-spd 4-cyl 150 hlp p Stock#: 13481A. 6-cylinder Gray. Automatic. Stock#: LEATHER, DUAL PWR SLID
5.7L V8. Automatic 4-speed. matic. Call 863-665-2800. engine, MPG: 20 City26 High- 3.3L V. Green. Autoatic 5 J3883. Ca11863-665-2800. ERSFAMILYREADY.Alan Jay
Kelle's Used Cars. 863- G u c 3 Cl 65 Ford. CALL JONATHAN
269-K977e s U C way. Call Corona Auto Sales speed. Kelley's Used Cars. 863-271-9590
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2012 Chevrolet Cruze.
Dependable, w/ Fantastic MPG
1999 Mustang GT Saleen. too! Price reduced to only 2013 Dodge Avenger SE
Convertible, 5spd, V8, 124K, 2003 Chevy S-10, Auto, 2005 Hummer H2 SUT. Call 2009 BMW/X5 AWD 4dr $14,439! Call Joe today at Sedan.$16,00. Black. Stock
Beautiful car, No mec prob- 4cyl, A/C, 145,779, white. for price. Stock#: P5127. 8- 301. $25,899. Black. Stock# Auto Ranch USA at 863- #CC1597: Call Sorensen &
lerm clean car fax, $9,850 or $ 2,000. cylinder 6.0L V8. Automatic 4- C1139. Automatic. Call 863- 633-9761. Schade. 800-639-5337.
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2009 Chevrolet HHR FWD. P5083. Silver. 6-cylinder 3.6L;
L 2006 eGMC Serra 1500 4dr LT W;/LT. Red. Automat- A atic -spdKel- Find a et
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Price $17,980. Stock#: Call 863-665-2800. 0977. Find a Car
2000 Ford Explorer SUV, Cy P5040. 8-cylinder 5.3L V8.
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or Layaway cylinder SMPI DOHC 16V. Call I ADI TERf ISEIi l Jn
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0 1142 Cal 863-665-2800. only 29K miles! Retail price /Sell Your Unwanted
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2003 Lincoln LS V8 Sedan. Call 86 t 6652800 9761Busis or rvice
2000 Nissan Maxima 4dr $5,000. 4dr. 3.90 3.9L V8 .
Sd20Gxe Auto. $8,999 Gold DOHC 32V. 5-speed select I2009 PONTIAC S LSTICE
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2002 Buick Regal GS 639-5337.
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B13134A. 4-Speed Automatic 2003 Mitsubishi Montero
with Overdrive, GRAND SPORT, Sport. $6,999. Black. Auto-
and VALUE PLUS. Call Can- matic. Stock# 013437. 4x2,
non's Car City 863-248- 4-spd, 6-cyl 197 hp engine,- 2012 Ford Edge SEL. Price 2013 FORD EDGE LTD
8665. MPG: 17 City21 Highway. Call 2007 Ford Explorer Sport $26,495. Stock#0. P5120. STK# RF0671A BLACK
Corona Auto Sales 863- Trac X LT 4.0L. Price cylinder 3.5L V6. Automatic 6- $29877. LEATHER, .POWER
551-8041. $17,995. Stock#: P5069. 6- 2009 Scion Xb 5dr Wgn speed. Kelley's Used Cars. PKG, LOCAL TRADE. Alan Jay
cylinder V6. Automatic 5- Auto (Natl). $15,999. Blue. 863-269-0977. Ford Sebring. CAL
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way. Call Corona Auto Sales Stock# 274699. 4dr Front er super clean, eco-boost, 24ft long 8ft wide, & 8ft high.
863-551-8041. wheel Drive Sedan, 5-spd, 4- 2007 FORD SPORTTRACK 2010 Dodge Ram 150023600 miles. $31970.00. Call $4500. Call 863-699-9701.
cyl 170 hp engine, MPG: 21 STK# FC64710X TAN SLT. A real working truck, Gene Davis, Alan Jay Ford
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Have. A Garage Auto Sales 863-551-8041. MILES LOCAL TRADE. Alan Ja 33,175, Reduced to just,
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owner. 56,000 miles. Black.
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Nothing is wrong w/ the car.
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2002 Ford Mustang Blue 2004 Cadillac CTS Sedan. 2007 Pontiac G6 Base Blue. Stock# CD4089. Call 7609. LW.
Automatic. $6,499.- Stock# Silver green. $6,994, Stock# Sedan. $8;249. 4dr. 2.40 2010 expedition limited Sorensen & Schade. 800-
167623. 2dr Coupe, 5-spd, 6 C13112A. 4dr Sedan. 3.60 ECOTEC 2.4L 14 MPI.. -4- 4x4. one owner. Silver, 73500 639-5337. 7260 AUTOS WANTED
cyl 190 hp engine, MPG: 20 3.6L V6 WT. 5- speed Aut6- speed. -Automatic with over- miles. $26450.00. Gene,
City29 Highway. Call Corona matic with over drive. Call drive. Green. Stock# P7780. Davis, Alan Jay Ford All Autos Bought with or with-
Auto Sales 863-551-8041, Cannon's Car City 863- Call Cannon's Car city 863 Wauchula. 863-773-3992. out te any condition, year,
248-8665. 248-8665. ..I make or model. We pay up to
$20,000 and offer free towing
SNissan Rogue SV call:8 13-516-0847
SUV. $18,900. Black. Stock#
2010 Ford Fusion Sedan CD4097. Call Sorensen &800-639-5337.
2004 Chrysler Town & Very clean, w/ only 30K miles! Schade 800-639-5337Get the
2002 Infiniti QX4 Lux Country Touring Minivan/ 2008 Dodge Durango Lim- Great MPG! Was $16,800,
SUiV. $7800. 4dr. 3.50 an. $5,600. 4dr. 3.80 3.8L ited SUV. $15,997. Silver. Reduced to only $14,995. W rd out -
V6 DOHC. 4-speed Automatic V6 OHV. 4-speed. Automatic. Stock# C5027A. Call Call Joe today at Auto
with override. Dark Blue; Butane Blue .Stock# Sorensen & Schade. 800- Ranch USA at 863-633- Ad ertise
Stock# P7788. Call Can- B14002A. Call Cannon's Car 639-5337. 9761.
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2005 Chrysler Crossfire. STK #F101543A RED clean. 5.0 v8S clean car-fax. like-new Nissan! MUST GO-
2002 Lexus Rx 300 4dr 2dr Cpe Limited. $8,895. Pur- $14988. V-6, AUTO; A/C white, 41000 miles. -Drastically reduced to JON BOAT, 14ft. 6hp John-
Suv. $11,990. Gold. Automat- pie. Automatic. Stock#: LOCAL TRADE. Alan Jay Ford $23499.00. Gene Davis, Alan $13,756! Call Joe today at son w/galvanized trailer. 28#
ic. Stock#: J3859. Call 863- J3684B. Call 863-665- Sebring. CALL JONATHAN Jay Ford Wauchula. 863- Auto Ranch USA at 863- thurst trolling motor. Live well.
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