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Citrus interests aim for new era of cooperation

Commission chair calls initial meeting 'monumentaf
By BRIAN ACKLEY Director Douglas Ackerman said the gath- realizing what's going on in the market- competing brands like Florida's Natural,
BACKLEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM ering is an effort topool resources among place, how do we best combat that? How Thopicana and Simply Orange, the three
all the industry's stakeholders in a time of do we maximize our resources working big players in the highly competitive
Citrus leaders, including representatives shrinking budgets, lower crop estimates together as a category to address these not-from-concentrate juice market.
from several competing orange juice and decreased orange juice consumption. issues?" "One of my focuses for the next five
brands, will have a "marketing summit," He said that one concern is that other Ackerman noted that the Florida years, looking at the crop size and how
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Nov. 5, afirst step in what officials hope entries in the drink category, like bottled Department of Citrus actually accounts much fruit we're going to harvest, it's
is along-term cooperative effort to better water, outspend orange juice advertising, for about 20 percent of all orange juice imperative that we as a group at the
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and more efficiently promote one of "Our goal is certainly realizing the advertising. Department of Citrus partner with

orida'smost important industries. budget issues that the categories spend, The effort is: particularly notable be-
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Florida Citrus Commission Executive and realize that we're being outspent, and causalle it will ut at the table officials from NEW 18

By BRIAN ACKLEY Dietor Douglas Ackerman said thegath- reig s going onm in te market- om bands lie oris Natural,
BACLEY@EARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM eing is anefforttopoolresources n place, do webest combat that? How Tropia and Simply Oran the three
i codall the industry's stakeaolders in a timeof do we maximize our resources working big players in the highly competitive
Citrus leaders including represeafive s r budgets, lower cro estimates to er aasa category:tIo address these not-from-concentrate juice market.
fomseveral cmpeting range juice 'and decreased 0rang I7 e Juice consumption. isoeug" pre- of c r es- ti next five
ra Rdswill haver a- "maeting summit," He saidthationte conceishat other pAckeman noted that the Florida years, looking at thec size and how
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c ently come to the aid of two large rr so vi wr frogft By JAMES COULTERm o
fo ard with

eplOne is o utside, with Lowe's TheupFrostproof City Councillast week
to its company motto. Galer, b
mpcontributing Centers distribution approved an ordinance amending exist-

bor to help finish the chamber's ing city code oneadiness to serve fees,
dowarentowsen palm tree beautification clarifying its languageostp andof have re- establishing a
rojec td oftw large 90-da y time period for which to ULTER emove

The other is inside, with the firm the water meters of owners who fail toeek
oniting supplieas and elbow an ordinance amending exist-
boto help painis the inside of the All but one city council membserve fees

do"W e are ecstatic with the gallery PHOTO BY K.M onlythefirstreading, the ordinance has
appearance and timing of the proj THORNTON SR notyettakeneffectaws who faittorney
ect. The ogallery will be preparedt the for Volunteers from the Mark Smith explained.
the Orange Blossom Fuppi es tival and warehouse in Frostproof of $35 by which owners pay for the

tion hpin November," noted league the insidedowntown palm tree service. The fee consists of one half of the
Frpr ofesident Jenny Grenke. beautification project by m tonthly water fe and one Aslf of this was
The project not only involved providing and installing sewer fee, and assessed wthen meters has

rubber mulch and grates in placet to be u sed if the utility is turney
LOpeWESnc forandtiming ofnew trees.
ect. Thegallerywill be prepared for ":Volunteersfromthe: Mark Smtelafin-!ed.,
upcoming Pret Party for owgearin g up for busiThes s aafixed monthly charge
th Bye ange BlRIAssomFestival andACKLEY local yrehoungsters nd adultsproof of $35the doations of moneyer s pay for thtime. through Dec. 17
Bike Fes ARLANDNEr APER COMpeti recently helpfina istmas seasons as Traditional food items are alwayswater and wastewater
ioit coordinates the donations of food and needgued, inthecluding meats, yams, cranbtree service. The imposfee consists of one half of the
Spresident Jenny Grehke.- -"" beautification project : bymonthlywater fee and one half of the
C o oler days and the arrival of gifts for those in need. ry sauce, pasta, ma sewer feearoni anand chseeese, help," Waters are
Hallowee can mean many things "Last yea, 173 inplacetofood boxes werebe used f the ucenter triilit is turned
-LOWES 1 .for the new trees.

Care center geaing for busiest season

By BRIAN ACKLEY -local youngsters nad adults during the :donations of money, items or time. through Dec. 17.,
BACKLFY@nEARrLAND WEwspAPE~S.COM Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons as Traditional food items are always 'Assistance to these f l woud
it coordinates the donations of food and needed, including meats, yams, cranber- be impossible without the community's
Cooler days and the arrival of gifts for those in need. ry sauce, pasta, macaroni and cheese,, help," Waters added:.
Halloween can mean many things, "Last year, 173 food boxes were given dried bearis, rice, soups, flour, sugar, pre- Th-e center tries to provide gifts for;.
For Ralph Waters and the staff and to families during the holidays, and we packaged drinks, tomato sauce, canned, youngsters from infancy to age 15.
volunteers at the Frostproof Care Center, gave gifts to 379 children of our commu- powdered or shelf-stabled milk, canned "We try to give the child one special
it means they are entering their busiest nity," said Waters, who serves as the Care fruits and vegetables, and meats. giftand two smaller gifts," Waters noted.
two months of the year. Center's executive director. Waters noted that requests for : Wrapped gifts are fine, but please make
The Care Center will, literally, pos- He said there are a number of ways Thanksgiving assistance will be accepted
itively touch the lives of hundreds of people-in Frostproof can help, from through Nov. 15 and Christmas aid SEASON 18


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Page 2 The News Wednesday, October 30,2013

Memories of another Pioneer Days

The Lake Wales
High School drum-
mers helped to
kick off the 38th
Annual Lake Wales
Pioneer Days.

Lewis Riggleman, a blacksmith working his art during the 38th Annual Historic Pioneer Days
Celebration. Riggleman offers blacksmith classes and even beginners are welcome. For more
information, call 352-521-3515.

Patti Foster had
these Haflinger
horses on
display during
Pioneer days.
These partic-
ular horses
are native to
Austria. "The
ancestors were
selectively bred
for tempera-
ment, hardiness
and longevity"
said Foster.
The Babson Park Elementary School Chorus performed during Pioneer Days. "We have 80
students here today singing," said BPE Music Teacher, Samantha Havens.

Richard and
Chole Boyd
their tractor
in the parade
of the 38th
Pioneer Days

Trick or Treat...

Happy Halloween from

your local independent
insurance agent!


2 North 1st Street Ste. 130 Lake Wales, FL 33853

The Talako Indian Dancers prepare a presentation of Native American dance and folklore.

Wednesday, October 30,2013 The News Page 3

Lake Wales violinist to perform in

university concert

By BRENDA EGGERT BRADER wealth of talentin our music depart-
BBRADER@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM menti" Gardine said. "This type of
o ijoint concert riot common since
Violinist Michael Smith of Lake many of our concerts either feature a
Wales will be one of the featured specific student ensembleor feature
performers in the L'automne A our faculty."
Musical Harvest concert set for 7 p.m. Baroque-style selections are
on Nov. 2 in Updike Hall at the Polk planned for the concert evening and
State Lake Wales ArtS Center, 1099 E. "a sass piece that sounds like a type-
State Road 60. Sponsored by the Lake writer actually sounds," Smith said. Michae Smith, violinist.
Wales Arts Council; the event will "The 'Red Pony,' by Aaron. Copeland IDED T HE
feature the Southeastern University is a strong piece as well as LeRoy LAKE WALES NEWS
music department faculty and Andersen's 'Fields of Gold."'
students performing a cornucopia of Smith says a selection by Duke
musical styles from classical to jazz Ellington will.round out the hour-
with vocals, piano, violin, cello and long concert.
marimba. Ticket prices are $20 for Lake
Smith, overall winner of the 2009 Wales Arts Council members, $25 for
SLake Wales Youth Mh sic Festival, will nonmembers, and $5 for students.
be highlighted during the event. Purchase tickets from the Lake Wales
-Known for his 'vibrant intensi- Arts Council at the Polk State College
ty," Smith has elicited superlative Lake Wales Arts Center or by calling
responses forhis performances 863-676-8426,
throughout Florida and the East -
Coast. Smith has an assertive musical '
teaching style, serves as assistant
concertmaster for the Imperial
Symphony Orchestra and the
Southeast Chamber Orchestra and
has performed concerts in Chicago,
Vermont, into Canada and overseas to
"I believe in the cycle of music,"
Smith said. "Whatever you have been
U taught you pass on toyour students.
It's ageless and doesn t.stop.'"
A teacher of violin, Smith says he
wants to "actually do both when I
graduate, be a violin teacher at the
college level and perform in concert
Smith currently teaches violin1
to high school studenits and has a
"As long as they are not better than :
I am, I can teach them," Smith said
with a chuckle.
,A stdent of Spook Hill Elementary,
Smith became inspired with orches-
tral instruments when as a third
grade stfident, he heard the Orlando
Symphony Orchestra perform. .
"Every year they took kids to see
something to do with the arts," Smith
said of his elementary years-at the
school.,"We went to art galleries and ,.
schools for the arts. I was taken by
the orchestra and was so eager to take
violin-. After school I practiced and
*weekends for eight hours'a day. My
grandmother (with whom he resided)
was always saying that I practiced too
Not an outside kind of child, Smith
says he preferred the indoors and was
addicted to his violin.
Currentlya studeit at Southeastern
University, he is majoring in music
education and violin performance
with a minor in religion. A schol-
-arship recipient, he is a student of
Annabelle Gardiner, graduate of Sho_
Eastman School of Music and asso-
ciate concertmaster of the Orlando
Philharmonic Orchestra. Smith
is a member of the Southeastern. ./
University string quartet and per-
forms on a rare Govanni Battista De Your friendly Publix pharmacist is here to help you get through this flu season.
Gabbrielli violin made in 1765. He or she is specially trained to give you a flu shot. If you're 65 or over, be sure
Participating faculty members will to ask about a high-dose vaccine designed especially for you.
also perform for the upcoming con-
cert with Brian Blume, Southeastern S os rd w4 your .
University's new percussion instruc- e d
tor performing as marimbist, and P U B L I X
'the university's piano trio of Ronald __ .
Gardiner, cellist; Dr. Charles Hulin,
pianist and Annabelle Gardiner, Feeling well. Living better.
This is a wonderful opportunity for Medicore Port B and many insurance plans accepted. Age restrictions apply.
the community to get a glimpse of the

Page 4 The News Wednesday, October 30, 2013


Investigations of medical pros taking too long

" 'alof U ifwho literally put ourlives'in the hands V.i"p issues, including addictions orlmental disorders.
of a medical professional be i physician, t That contract was renewed this year for even more
medical assistant or an anesthesiologist it mightbe $7.4 million. .
alarming, to learn that person has had their license of Health looks into claims made by patients. Between 2010 and 2012, disciplinary actions
revoked. According to the report, between 2010 and 2012, it resulted in 55 licenses being suspended, 30 revoked
In Florida, according to a report by the Florida took an average of 434 days to resolve charges against and 88 cases of voluntary surrender of a license to
Center for Investigative Reporting, it can take up medical professionals in the Sunshine State. practice medicine.
to two years or more for a repbrt to be filedon a That ispnot good, especially compared to other Now, to be fair, many of these complaints that take
physician ormedical practitioner after a claim of large states like Texas, where investigations averaged too long to investigate can be minor. And, the state
misconduct or failing to perform their duties in a 282 days and California,where 264 days was the has the ability to move more quickly if the situation
correct manner. average length of time to resolve a complaint. "poses a public hazard."
Patients are putting their trust in doctors who may Decreased funding for the state's health depart- Still, according to records, the state has taken up to
or may not be a candidate for disciplinary actions ment is where the blame is being placed. The state a year to resolve these "emergency" complaints.
from the state Board of Medicine. Patients have no health department suffered a $55.6 million budget Is this something we all should be concerned
way of knowing of a complaint filed with the state by cut in 2011. Those cuts have resulted in huge case- about?
someone who believes the physician or physician's loads for investigators. We think so. But, the huge majority of medical pro-
assistant or anesthesiologist is guilty of miscon- Special interests are also a hindrance to investiga- fessionals are trustworthy, in tune with developments
duct or even malpractice. tions. According to the report, medical professionals in their field and reliable.
The report outlines how dozens, even hundreds, of can get help'in their defense from the Professionals It is the few who take chances, who may have
medical professionals continue to practice while they Resource Network, which was awarded a $5.4 million issues that impact their performance, that make
are under investigation. They might see thousands of contract with the Department of Health to assist investigations and discipline necessary.
patients while the short-handedFlorida Department medical professionals who have emotional health We must speed up the process.

Praise for the dull 1urW ON'S

and competent ?

Let us now praise competence. The
praise is overdue. Competence is like
the dull, but reliable husband a woman Leonard Pitts
spurns for some sexy stranger with a w and
flashy car. Then she finds out her new
fellow has the manners of a pig, the
depth of a wading pool and absolutely
no interest in helping her study for her Leonard Pitts canbe contactedat
real estate license. Suddenly, dull and
reliable don't seem nearly so bad.
We find ourselves learning that lesson
on a national level for the second time impact, they are much alike inone
in eight years. critical regard: the people in charge.
The first was in 2005. We had been saw this moment coming, had time. to
,seduced by compassionate conserva- prepare, and failed.
tism that shot from the hip and reacted Consider: Katrina became a hurri- explanation for incompetence and Hope and change are great, compas-
fromthe gut. Then we discovered none cane on Aug. 25 and entered the Gulf some accountability to go along with it. sionate conservatism is all well and
of that could get water and food to a of Mexico the next day. It smacked the It is unconscionable and unbeliev- good. But you know what? There is also
major American city in the wake of a Gulf Coast on Aug. 29 Yet, even with able that the nation where Amazon. something to be said for just getting the
devastating storm. that much lead time, it wasn't until com was born, the nation that pio- job done.
In 2008, we were smitten wit hope Sept. 2 that the first convoy of sup- neered online retailing, cannot cobble Competence is the new sexy.
and change, with urbane cool and plies reached the stricken city of New together a website to sell healthcare Leonard Pitts]r. is a columnist for the
thoughtful pragmatism. Now we learn Orleans. insurance. Though the public so far Miami Herald. Readers may reach him
none of that canbuild a website that Similarly, the Affordable Care Act seems willing to cut the White House at
works worth beans. was signed into law in March 2010 some slack -- Gallup polling shows
So yes, let us now praise competence. witha provision allowing uninsured that, despite the website failure and .
Some will call it unfair to compare Americans to begin purchasing insur- years of sustained OP attack, health- We welcome ur letters
the Bush administration's botched ance online beginning now, October care reform is actually inching up in
response to Hurricane Katrina with 2013. Yet, as this month draws to a popularity it would behoove Team Letters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we
the Obama administration's botched close, would-be users of the website Obama to fix this:yesterday. As its lack- do have some rules. Please keep them to less than
rollout of health care reform. They still find themselves stymied, frustrated adaisical response to Hurricane Katrina 250 words. Letters:ill ediedlo length as well as
will note that as Team Bush dithered and unable. undermined the Bush administration's grammar and spelling. All leters must be signed with
and "Heckuva Job, Brownie" tried to Now, as then, failure raises an obvi- legacy, so might this debacle threaten full name not initials.An address and telephone
assemble the proper wardrobe :: for ous questio ifthe gbveni et was President Obamas. number must be included.The phone number and
inanaginga crisis, Americans were unable to handle a challenge it knew More importt,it is not, well ... address are not for publicatin, but mut be provided.
dying. By contrast, for as much as was coming and for which it had ample healthy when people must question The Letters to the Editor section is designed as a -:
people may have wailed, "Kill me now!" time to prepare, what faith can we have their government's ability to perform public forum for community discourse and the opinions
as it crashed, froze and mangled their in its ability to handle the unexpected? basic functions. Like that wife who and statemenris made in letters are solely those of
information, didn't Say, a terrorist attack? A chemical spill? spurns her boring husband in the the individual writers. Readers in the Lake Wals area
actually kill anyone. A nuclear accident? search for something sexier, maybe it's can send lers and column submissions etters@ or mail them to140 East Stuart
But the observation misses the point. Let us now praise competence. time we questioned the things that turn Avenue Lake Wales 33853uart
If these two debacles are unalike in While we're at it, let us demand an us on.

Lake Wales News" Jim Gouveis Publisher Frostproof News


Wednesday, October 30, 2013 The News Page 5

The Inquiring Photographer

How do you observe Halloween?

"I visit haunted houses and go see Universal's "I do trick and treat with my church. People "I enjoy giving out treats and seeing the costumes
(Studios in Orlando) Halloween. My parents around the neighborhood come to the South Lake of the little kids on Halloween."
give out treats on Halloween." Wales Church of God parking lot on the campus of
Warner University where the cars line up and trick Andrew Davis, Lake Wales
Alex Holtsclaw of Lake Wales and treaters go from car trunk to car trunk."
Faith Gallian of South Lake Wales


Subway gets new location

Right: Subway manager, Sandra Taylor,
is happy that the store has been opened:
since Sept. 30 and the customers are
finally able to dine on their favorite fare.
Ciara Kennedy
of the Lake
Wales Subway
artists assiists
a customer
at their new
on U.S. 27. The
shop used to
be a part of
the food court
in the Eagle
Ridge Mall. Subway sandwiches are very popular with
the local lunch crowd.
Polk County voters who plan to vote by mail in the Nov. 5 Municipal Election have through Wednesday, Oct 30to submit a
request for a ballot to be mailed. Requests for absentee ballots can be made by c6ntacting the elections office at 863-534-5888
or online at Absentee ballots may be returned by mail or dropped off at Elections Headquarters until 7 p.m. on
Election Day.
For further information, visit or call the elections office at 863-534-5888.

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Want to see your event on this page? Call us at 863-676-3467 or
E email

Wednesday, Oct. 30 Genealogy 101 every first Friday, Antiques Arts & Oddities the first E Sunday, Nov. 3
Pickleball, 11 a.m. 1:30, Kirkland noon, Lake Wales Library. Saturday every month, Market Square Art of Jane Fronappel Sale, Tower
Gymnasium. Location: 409 N. 3rd between Park and Stuart Ave. (by the Lakes, 12 noon to 3 p.m. See above
.Street. Event runs Monday, Wednesday, Open Knitting & Crochet Group clock) plus Antiques in Toyworld Coffee listing for details.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Contact: free and welcome to all fibercrafters Shop on Park Ave., 205 East Park Ave.
CarolYarbrough 813-478-3801. with some experience; very little Mike Morrow, 863-412-6960. E Monday, Nov. 4
instruction provided. Participants in the FL Blue" Zumba Gold" Class, 385
Behaviors of Alzheimer's Program, free open knitting and crochet group American Legion Auxiliary Unit 71 Cypress Gardens Blvd., Winter Haven.
an educational program on the behav- may not attend the knitting or crochet Meeting the first Saturday of every Mondays at 5:30 p.m. and Fridaysat
iors of Alzheimer's. Location: Florida classes without paying the class fee. month at 43 W Park Ave., Lake Wales. 10 a.m. Call 863-291-0140 for more
Blue Center, 385 Cypress Gardens Open knitting.and crochet is held each 863-589-5689. information.
Blvd., Winter Haven, FL 33880. Contact: Friday night, 5:30 p.m. in the library's
Megan Fain 863-291-0140. main lobby, 863-678-4004. Greater Grace Outreach Ministries Pickleball-Kirkland Gym on E.
"Feeding Schedule" Location: E. C. Seminole Ave. 11 a.m.-:30 p.m. Event
E Friday, Nov. 1 Saturday, Nov. 2 Stuart Park, 1st Street and Dr. J. A. Seminole Ave., a.m.-1:30 p.m. Event
Fish fry every Friday, 6- p.m., Art of Jane Fronappel Sale, Tower Wiltshire Blvd. Time: .11 a.m. These repeats on Mondays,
B Street Community Center. Event rais- Lakes, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., 21605 U.S. Hwy. mmfeedings" are always "free" and open Tuesd,
es money for the Wiltshire Foundation 27 North, Lake Wales. Call Mary at to the community of Lake Wales. You bl Tuesday, Nov. 5
Scholarship. 863-676-5936 or Charlene Bennett at do not have to be "homeless," just Polk Works Mobile Unit every first
cholarsp.863-676-9231 for details "hungry." Everyone is welcome. Tuesday for help applying for jobs,
preparing resumes, submitting appli-
Chess for Kids every Saturday at cations and searching for jobs online,
12 p.m. at Lake lePublic Library LakeWales Public Library main park-
Children's Room, 290 Cypress ing lot, 290 Cypress Gardens Lane,
Zombi tery, opens nightly at about 8 p.Wesley and Daniel Creekmore have Garden Lane, 863-678-4004 for more 863-508-1100, 863-678-4004 (Library)
created an aniatroncZombie haunted walkoff ankin Roadon Road 6 ns Wednesday an information or www.cityoflakewales.comlibrary.
they'plan to do the 10 inute haunted house walk nightly until Nov. 2. It will lastuntil about midnight or
a.mThere $2 chargeor it just to payfortheir expenses.t is recommended forages 13and olderOn 39-mileyard sale, six hours and Movie Day from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.,
Oct 31 threns nigtside Halloween walk and that includes candy This is free39 miles, it is, the Annual 39-Mile the 2nd Tuesday of the month at
SScenic HighwayYard Sale, to be held the Lake Wales Library, 290 Cypress
WednesdaySOctS. 30 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2. Gardens Lane.
To learn more about the event and the
i Story pmomunity story time for4and 5-year-olds. Asbury United Methodist To learnmore about the event and the
Church, 1650 Jackson Ave., Bartow 82-533 2301. many visual and cultural assets along Wiggles and Giggles at 11 a.m.
..* *the Ridge Scenic Highway visit www.. and Library Babies at 11:30 a.m. at
ursda Oct. 31 and the Ridge the Lake Wales Library, 290 Cypress
orrorsfo3 to 9 pm on Oct31. $3for childrn 1and youngernd $5 fothose 12 Scenic Highway Facebook page. Gardens Lane.
and olderProceeds go to St Jude's Children's Research Hospital. Eagle Ridge Mall, Lake Wales.
SSafe Trick or TreatParty,5-7 p.m. Free hot dogs, games, and lots of candy for our trick or treaters. First FREE BREAKFAST
United MethodisthurchEducation Building 455 roadway Bartow, 63533094. There is a Free Breakfast at B St. Community Center, on the first and third Saturdays of every month, from
Thursay, 7641or stop by his address at 114W. Crystal Ave., Lake Wales. Reverend Norwood:has been doing free break-
he Bsh Final4:30 -9 p.mJck ortreating or the kids, a D, live pe ecrow stilt fasts for the community since 2005. He has awebsite at
walker aiidcharacter artist Acostume contest is also being planned. Eagle Ridge Mall, Lake Wales.
Thursday, Oct. 31....
'Trunk or Treat, 5-6:30 p.m. The Lake Wales Elks Lodge޶ to host event for children of all ages. 16905
U.S. Highway 27.
Ghost Tours, first tour at 7:30 p.m. Sebrin Highlands little Theatre walking gour through downtown
Sebring featuring legends, history and ghost stories. Additional tour scheduled at 8:30 p.m. Final presen-
tation on the stage in the Drs. Thakkar Pavilion at 10 p.m.for those who are not interested in or able to do
the walk. Tickets for adults 13 and older are $10, youth5-12 years old $5. Children younger than 5 free.
Buy before Oct. 31 and save $2 per ticket. Limited
to, 20 people. Tickets may also be purchased by
phone at 863-382-2525 or online at http://www.
Friday, Nov.8e -
Candy Buy Back, 3-5 Kids will sell
or exchange their Halloween candy for cash or
mystery goody bags, filled with fun items and
tooth care su pplies'like toothbrushes and floss. 'ea
Candy collected will be donated to local troops OO`
in the U.S. military. Bounce house, popcorn, and
PHOTO PROVIDEb refreshments. Dental Solutions of Winter Haven,
6390 Cypress Gardens Blvd., Winter Haven,
Can anyone spot which one is not the putmpidn? 863-877-1891.

1,1 for the 01asic



Wednesday, October 30,2013 he News Page 7

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

Man and woman argue over a puppy

Compiled by Kathy Leigh Berkowitz Man arrested for loitering Driver pitches joint noon, and reinspected her vehicle, she
KLBERKowrrz@HEA NDNEWSPER.COM and rowling found someone had:screwed a screw
d pro According to reports, on Friday, into her rear driverside tire. Upon -
On Oct. 24, Lake Wales Police were On Oct. 25, Lake Wales Police Sgt. Oct. 25, Officer Dale Hampton made inspecting the damaged tire, Officer
called to Steedley Avenue regarding Shawn Smith was traveling south on contact with a driver on Lincoln Dale Hampton noticed the screw was
a disturbance between a man and a Scenic Highway when he observed Avenue who reports say threw a lit worn down severely as if the screw was
woman allegedly arguing over the sale a male on bike traveling north, marijuana joint out the driverside in the tire when the vehicle was driven
of a puppy. who was wearing all black clothing window when he noticed Hampton down the road.
Police say that basedon the investi- andhadnolights onthebike. Upon approaching. The man was arrested The IT department was contacted to
gation, it was determined the two had sean d h ad no lights on the pon for possession of marijuana less than see if there was any video surveillance
a mutual fight which caused several say, the maleimmediat change 20 grams. He was takento the Polk available for the area of the parking lot
neighbors to come out Both the man directions and iattemted conceal County Jail without incident, where she parked her vehicle. There
and the woman were charged with affray. himself the dark area between the was no video surveillance available in
he case was closed via arrest of both. CityStreets building and the ite City employee questions the area where she was parked. Upon
Theate. screw in tire conclusion of the police investigation,
Disturbance at hotel Theatre. i ap- i it was determined the vehicle had
Reports say that as Smith ap- OnOct. 25 LakeWales Policee- definitely been driven while the screw
On Oct. 25, Lake Wales Police proached, the male attempted to flee sponded to 201W.CentralAve., Cit was in the tire and not placed in the
responded to South Scenic Highway on the bike. As the male was fleeing, Hall, in reference to a city employee tire while the vehicle as parked at its
regarding a disturbance. Once there, he lost control of the bike and then who said her car had been vandalized. current location.
they met with a man and a friend who fled on foot. After a short foot chase, Police say the woman said she found This was an information report only.
are staying in a room together at the the male was apprehended. He does a screw in one of her car tires she was
motel. not live in the area and police say he sure someone had put there. She said Retail theft at Walmart
During an argument, reports say would only say he ran because he did the screw was placed in her tire while
the man struck his friend on the face, not want to get into trouble. Police the vehicle was parked. She stated On Oct. 25, reports say police made
causing an abrasion. He was arrested say that due to the time, approxi- she inspected her vehicle when she an arrest after a retail theft atWalmart.
forsimple battery as the two are not mately 4:25 a.m., the fact that all parked it at 7 a.m., due to some issues According to reports, the suspect
boy/girlfriend and areonly temporarily businesses in the area were closed, she was having. She stated upon her concealed merchandise and passed
staying at the hoteltogether, not living and that the man ran and concealed inspection of her vehicle, the screw all points of sale. He as arrested and
as a family He was to be transported to himself, he was arrested for loitering was not in her tire. She stated when transported to the county jail without
the Polk County Jail. and prowling, she returned to her vehicle around incident.

SOct. 14 substance without prescription, marijua- Mary Owens, 55, of 3849 Rolling Hills controlled substance without prescrip-
John Bandy, 52, of 3952 Sam Keen Rd., na possess-ion, drug equipment posses- Ct., charged with larceny-retail theft tion, drug equipment possession and
charged with failure to appear-written sion and oruse. Michael Perryman, 28, of 212 Weaver or use, dangerous drugs-keep shop or
promise to appear. Shannon Caosta, 40, of 3813 SR 60, Ave., charged with drugs possession of vehicle etc for drugs.
Jesus Davila, 53, of 725 Euclid Ave., charged with failure to appear-written
charged with probation violation, promise to appear.
cocaine-possession, drug equipment Alberto Loyola, 32, of 2901 Old Bartow
possession andio use. Rd., charged with aggravated assault
Carolynlavi of 45, Mathew St., weap:on-wideadly weaponrithout
charged with nonmovingtraffic viola- intent to kill, battery-touch or strike.PO LSTAT E
tion-posessdiplay etc. ofcanceled, James Murphy,36, of 4041 Longhorn 0 L .L E G E
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It's 'Naturally

Creepy' at Bok

Tower Gardens

According to the Bok Tower Gardens they had a total of 1,545 participants this year at their Third
Annual Naturally Creepy safe trick-or-treating event. Visitors explored torch-lit pathways to fin
cand sations a activitie hroughout the Gardens.

Some of the characters handing out the treats
were pretty"Naturally Creepy at the 3rd LuJean Waters and her posse ke and Zibe
Annual Halloween event at the Bok Tower Stein at the"Naturally reepy" Bok Tower
SGardens Gardens Trick or Treat hoedown.
This burglar was searching for some loot of the candy kind at one of the candy/activity stations at
the Bok Tower Gardens safe trick-or-treating event.

This young man in his hot dog costume
had fun making "slime"before walking the
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Wednesday, October 30,2013 The News Page 9

53 inducted into POPS

2014 class pinned into program, parents as well
ByJEFF ROSLOW DeRiso graduated from high school Barbara B. Newton. It works with com- to be inducted into the new class and
JROSLOW@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM and is now at Keiser University munity leaders and their goal is to be a following that, their parents came
studying criminal justice. She has a program in all 67 counties, she said. In forward to be pinned.
In its three years in existence, 3.9 grade point average and when Polk County it works with students in "This program I call a miracle,"
94 percent of the students who she was asked to speak Saturday as Lake Wales and Bartow High Schools. Newton said. It's more than an organi-
graduated from high school and were a successful alum she said, "There's Siplin noticed that as the need for zation. It's a family."
in the POPS program went to college. so much to talk about I didn't know jobs increased, the graduation rate Shauna Simpkins, who graduated
That's 33 of 35 students from Bartow know what to say," she said. But of students was decreasing in his from Bartow High School, worked with
and Lake Wales High Schools. finally she decided to talk about the hometown of Orlando. By 2008, POPS the late Dr. Victor Wright who, when
These are at-issdents in a result of the roram got a grant from the Department she was a senior, told her he didn't like
program that is designed to mold She entered POPS planning to of Education for the program that her choice of classes, she recalled.
prgr as des l drech bp nihg included mentorship, life skills. "He went to Mi. (Ron) Pritchard
them for future success and to reduce become a teacher, but with her w hincluded mentorship, life skills "He went to Mr. (Ron) Pritchard
theat-risk factorshrough mentoring mentor attorney Larry Hardaway, she workshops, community service and (BHS principal) and helped change my
couneseling,.racer educationr, changed that goal: paid internships to 200 students in classes," she~said.
counsel charactereducaton o Orlando. She now attends Florida A & M and
-money management and workforce "I found I wanted to teach the young Orlando.
developmenttraini wof people about thes and outs of the Saturday the 53 students got pins plans to major in pharmacology.
"Motivation and advancement," law," she said. "People would say this
said Gloria Hatch, who hosted the (program) wouldn't help, but they were
induction Saturday of 53 members wrong. He's opened so much for me
-42 new students and 11 returning ... take as much as you can from this A New Store In Lake Wales Is Searching
students to the 2014 class at the program."
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Highlanders look ahead to playoff tuneups

Playoff opponent for Legion Field post-season opener already known
By DENNIS LATTA is a rivalry.
SPORTS CORMPONDE The Highlanders are 44 overall,
but 3-0 in the district, and have some
Life is coming up all roses for the young reinforcements on the way. -
Lake Wales Highlanders. Finally. ., "We don't havea JV game this week,
LWHS is the championof the so we'll have all of our sophomores
Class 5A, District 10 and will play up with the varsity this week," Shafer
Spoto of Riverview inLegion Field in points out.
two eeks in the first round of the Lake Wales has been hit hard with
playoffs. injies this season, and it's pretty
Before then,- the Higlanders have likely the Highlanders will be able to
two regular season gaes left. This rest some of their walking wounded
Frida Lake Wales will be home this weekend. ,
again ess Te The Titans "It'sgetting better, Shafer said.
are 0-8overall and 0-3 in the district. "'Marcus Walker came back last week
They have been outscored 408-47 for and Darion Staten could probably .
an average score of 51-6 and have go if we needed him but he probably
been shut out three times. won't play until Baftow (next week).
By comparison, Lake Wales beat Luke Heirs, we'd like to have him to
Auburndale 37-7 last Thursday while play in-the Bartow game. By then, we
Tenoroc lost to Auburndale 49-0. should have them all."-
"It was Bo Schembechler (longtime TheHighlanders are still missing
Michigan fcoach) who used to say Dedric Brinson, a senior who bumped
that you can get a team up for only into a referee and knocked him down
fourgames a year. He said: that is he and was suspended for six games. l
first game, for them the Ohio State He'll be eligible for the playoffs.
game, and then you get to choose two One constant this season has been Justin Henderson has over 800 yards rushing so far this season, and has scored 15 touchdowns for
others," says Highlanders coach Rob running back Justin Henderson. the Highlanders.
Shafer. "He has rushed foi 846 yards in
LWHSwas up for last week's game eight gmes.He's leading PolkCouty
when it wraped up the district title. in rushing and he's got-15 touch- one win was a district game. So the at Legion Field in the second round.
Shafr knows that playing Tenoroc downs," Shafer added. Spartans are the runners-up. "I don't like that arrangement,but
won't excite- his guys, o he is .t While Tenoroc is the opponent this Jesuit won that district and will be that's theay it is," Shafer says. "If we
different ploy. week Spoto is the team in everyone's home against Auburndale. If Lake could win those two games, then we
'll make ls hat we'l ask me Wales and Auburndale : win thefirst would play Merritt Island i the third
mat woe'll athens Au rnle d Ad the o tn
them to achieve. We've got to improve to be much more thrtening th round, then Auburndale would play round."
on our record," he said. The final Tenoroc. Spoto is only 1-7, but it
game of the regular season at Bartow plays in a three-team district and the

WHEN: Friday night, Legion Field, 7 p.m.
aRECORDS: Tenoroc is 0-8 this season, 0-3 in district play. Lake Wales is 4-4 overall, amd 3-0 in district
play. -.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT TENOROC: As they have since virtually starting its football program a few
seasons ago, the Titans are continuing to struggle, Peyton Whitehead might bethe biggest offensive
weapon, he had a 43yard field goal a couple of games ag. Nico Gallon is one of the better skill position resents its
layers. Mike Bus is in his first year as coach Titans went 1-9 ast year.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT LAKE WALES Without much to playfor and with twoweeksto goin the
regular season the Highlanders can take a breather this week and continue to rest key players in antici-
pation of the playoffs, which will open at Legion Field on Nov. 15. The most important player to rejoin the At ,
team might be Dedric Brinson, who isn't eligible to play until that playoff opener, but it's against a team A th
that's 1-7 so far this season, believe it or not, so that will give him the chance to shake the rust off. Rival
Bartow will end the regular season, and while the Highlanders will want to win it, they won't go all in to 0oly Spirit Catholic Church
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Highlanders stung by

Yellow Jackets, 28-12

The Lake Wales Highlanders JV Football Squad liaes up for the kick-off of the second half of
Thursday's game. The JV Hghlanders have wins this season over Winter Haven and Lake Gibson,
and will close the regular season Oct. 31 on the road at Lake Region.

Fifteen-year-old David Larracas uses a megaphone as he and the Bartow Cheer Squad rally the
Yellow Jackets JV Football team at Thursday night's game in Lake Wales. The junior varsity foot-
ball team won the game, 28-12.
Highlander JV
Coach TaVaris
Johnson looks
on as the
and the
Yellow Jackets
battle it out
at Thursday.-
match-up at
Legion Field
in Lake Wales.
The Highlander JV Cheer Squad puts pep in their step as they rally the crowd at Thursday's
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Kissimmee Ramblins: Big cash, lots of trash

By CAPTAIN RON DENTON is $95, but you can save $15 if you PHOTOS
OUTDOOR COLUMNIST preregister. There's. some nice prizes BY ROBERT
on the line, including $2,000 for first,
There were lots of bass, some big $1,000 for second and $500 for third. Deputy Mike
cash, and plenty of trash all wrapped For more information or to prereg- Burdette of the Polk
up into one event this past weekend at ister, contact Nigel Hill at 863-224- County Sheriff's
Camp Mack 4081 or at Office chats with
It was the annual Keep Polk County It's always good to get the kids out, Henry Rodriguez as
Beautiful "No Trashing Just Bassin" and Camp Mack will be doing that he presents his day's
Tournament Saturday, Oct. 26. Dec. 14 with the Bobby Lane Cup. catch for inspecion
The county teamed up to help, as the It's the third annual, and it's hosted atthe Keep Polk
Polk County Sheriff's Office had a big by the Bartow High School Yellow County Beautiful
boat tied up at Camp Mack dock, and Jackets fish team. Participants must Inc. Fourth Annual
the seargent helped with the weigh in. be members of the Student Angler No Trashin'Just
The winner didn't come far. Camp Federation (www.highschoolfishing Bassin' Fishing Tour-
Mack's own Jim Wirtz took the $500 top org). For more details, contact Derek nament Fundraiser
prize with his total of 16.90 pounds, Boswell at 863-513-8877 or bbo- -and Cleanup at
while Afiburndale's Larry Carrol and Camp Mack in East
Lakeland's J.W Watkins got second Lake Wals.
place, and $300, for their 15.45 pound
haul. They also snagged the $50 big
bass award for their 4.85 pound fish.
A couple of familiar local faces
grabbed third place honors with
Derrick Moore of Lake Wales. and
We;seyWise of Frostproof collected
$150 fr their 10.10 pounds of bass.
There are a couple of events
the first Saturday of November at
Camp Mack, including the Camp
Mack open and the Lakeland Junior
Bassmasters two day-tournament
with weigh in- at 3 p.m.
On Nov. 8 and 9, they will host the
Toho Marine Elite one-man classic,
with weigh in at 3 p.m.
Another "fishin' for the cause" :
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Frostproof punches playoff ticket again

Will be on road to open postseason Nov. 15 in Melbourne

By BRIAN ACKLEY running the ball.
BACKEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM The gam e was in doubt until
McKinney broke free down the right
Turns out the:Frostproof Bulldogs had sideline and scored from 34 yards out
a better weekendthan just about anyone with just 68 seconds left to seal the deal
could have imagined. for the Bulldogs.
First, and most importantly, the They needed it as the Miners'
Bulldogs clinched a playoff spot for the Tyler King returned the kickoff to the
third straight season when they defeated Frostproof 14, and quarterback Jay Smith.
Fort Meade, 20-14, Friday night at Faris found Malik Brown on the next play to
Brannen Stadium.: bring the Miners to within six,; 20-14,
Secondly, two players that were ejected with 46.3 seconds to play.
from the game won't miss any of the Frostproof recovered the, onside kick to
playoff action, and one, Kijana Gaines, end any hopes of a Miner miracle finish.
won't miss any time at all, according to Fort Meade earlier this year beat Berkeley
Head Coach Price Harris. Prep on a 41-yard Hail Mary pass on the
It allmeans that this week's home final play of the game.-
game against Berkeley Prep, a team that The Miners scored in the first minute
lost to Tanipa Catholic and Fort Meade of the game, and the last, but Frostproof
on touchdowns in the final minutes of did just enough in between to take the"
those respective games, won't mean win.
anything as far as the postseason is Frostprooflooked like it was going to PHOTOS BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
concerned. take the opening kick of the second half
The Bulldogs know they will be on right down the field for a lead- fol- Frostproof's Jaylan McKinney looks for some running room riday night against the Fort Meade
the road to open the playoffs Nov. 15 lowing a 7-7 tie at intermission with defense.
they have a bye on the final week of the seven straight running plays taking the second play of the game when Fulse
regular.season to play a Melbourne ball from the Bulldog 45, following a scampered aroun left end for the scoire.
area school that night. nice kickoff return by Jarviel Hart, to the Frostproof countered with a 10-play,
Last Friday. the two district rivals both Miners five with a first down. 80 yard drive that took just 2:55 off the
came into the game with just one league Frostproofthen split out its quar- clock. Cherry started the drive with runs
loss, and both controlled their own terback Xavier Gaines, and two direct of 15 and 18 yards, and Xavier Gaines -
playoff destiny. snap runs to Kaleel Gaines netted little added runs of 15 and nine yards before
Not unexpectedly, the contest was yardage, and a third down pass by Xavier sneaking it over from the oneyardline to
filled withbig plays, bigger hits and Gaines was incomplete. A field goaltry tie the game at 7-7 with 8:05 still to go in
plenty of momentum swings. And lots from 25 yards out was then missed to the first quarter.
of turnovers, lots and lots of miscues end the scoring threat. And while there willstill big playsi
and bobbles and interceptions, which But Frostproof would take the lead there were no points for a while. Fort
continually thwarted scoring threats and shortly thereafter thanks to a Deonte Meade turned the ball over twice in
drives. Perry interception that he returped to Frostproof territory, once on a fumble
"No doubt, our defense came up big. the Miner 23. The Bulldogs needed just and once on-an acrobatic interception by
SThey bent a lot but they didnt break. two plays, an eight yard run from Xavier Hart, a transfer into the Bulldogs pro-
They kept making big play after big play Gaines and a 15-yard jaunt to the right gram from Avon Park in the off season.
in the red zone. That was huge." Harris pylon from Cherry to go up 14-7, after In fact, the rest of the first half was
said. the extra point by Lamar Bobb, with marred by turnovers; and an injury
Neither team either fully hit their just over four minutes to go in the third to Fort Meade's star receiver Tobias
offensive rhythm Friday, something that quarter. Culpeppe who accounted for one of
didn't catch Harris off guard. Fort Meade looked like it might have the turnovers with an interception. Cedl Cherry was a wrecking ball oit of the
"It didn't surprise me because I know an immediate answer, driving from its Culpepper hit his head hard on the turf backfield, averaging over 10 yards per cay
this rivalry, I've been part of it fora few own 31 to a fourth-and goal from the when he came down with the ball, but Friday night against ort Meade.
years now, you can throw out what's four on its ensuing possession, but Hart did walk to the sideline under his own
happened the rest of the year, you can. stepped in front of the Jay Smith pass to power after a couple of minutes. He
throw out what you think is going to break it up and give Frostproofthe ball returned toplay in the second half. for having two unsportsmanlike conduct
happen, emotions are flying high, so its back on downs. The half got a little chippy a few min- calls against him in the same game.
the team that sticks to it and grinds it out -The Fort Meade defense got the utes before intermission when Frostproof Harris said he misunderstood the referee
at the end that's going to be the victor." ball back quickly, however, and after a was flagged for a personal found and and thought that the first flag had been
Frostproof put up over 260 yards Frostproof punt, the Miners:had it at the unsportsmanlike conduct call after a called against a different Bulldog, and
rushing on the game, needed yards Frostproof 44. They drove to the Bulldog short play went out of bounds in front of that Perry wouldn't have been in the
after quarterback Xavier Gaines dinged 10, but had incomplete passes on both the Fort Meade bench. game to risk a second flag had he known
his throwing hand early in the contest. third and fourth down to end that threat There was lots of milling around, some the firstinfraction as-against him.
Gaines ran 22 times for 81 yards. Cecil An interception by Bobb ended pushinand shoving, and Frostproof In all, the teams combined for five..
Cherry had seven carries for 71 yards and another Fort Meade drive into Frostproof receiver Kijaha Gaines was ejected turnovers in the first half.
Jaylan McKinney added 71 yards on 11 territory with less than four minutes to following the incident which did not Friday night's game is Senior Night
rnms. play in the game. escalate beyond that. for the Bulldogs before heading into
"We did a lot of the little, unselfish The two teams started the slugfest Price saidvideo of the play indicated their unusual bye week right before the
things that it takes to win a ball game like early, with each getting a touchdown Gaines' hit came befre the whistle to playoffs.
that," Harris said. "People talk about our before the game was four minutes old. end the play, not after the play was over, "We didn't exactly want the bye in
passing game, but we hang our hat on In fact, Fort Meade scored on .the and as such, he will not be suspended at week 11, but that's how it worked out,"
all. Harris added. "But it's going to be a
"It was not a dirty hit," Harris noted. pleasant surprise. It's going to allow us to
Perry will serve a one game suspension heal up and get right bef6ie the playoffs.

Frostproof quarterback Xavier Gaines rushed 22 times Friday night. On this particular run, he is
swallowd up by the Fort Meade defense, ld by Tobias CulpepperS) and Jay.i (2)., L

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 The News Page 15

Looking for the

39-Mile Yard Sale?
Six hours and 39 miles, it is, the 0 r m when
Annual 39-Mile Scenic Highway Yard ouldopenthe
Sale, to be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. door t to en wieldin ki end dashedto
Saturday, Nov. 2. er bedro she k h 3 as mared
Residents as well as businesses along avwose son is n t
the 39 mile route are setting up sales ordered them
tables offering a wide array of "finds" hhewould sho t hesitatio (The Star
for the canny shopper.
For the sixth year, people will be able
to and treasures from same room
Haines City-all the way south through ee b g erthe loud aing sound. They later leane
Frostproof, as well as the communi-
ties in between all along the Scenic su eir front d ein er into by two cohoicted felons.
Hieeh rcin eoing one of the men st iding at the foot of their bed.Soto grabbed
wAyoe whe iowsptoard aid in the bedroom closet as Reed confronted the intruders with
Anyone who owns property along. f e en took off in Re r But by then, flashing bluelights
the Scenic Highway can set up for the I n n
stale.cnio tighoase aw ont ulvep alongbese inthe distariei. Both men were arrested just 20 iiutes later and
sale. For those who do not live along aed ith multiple felon untsin g home ivasioobbery. (Tampa,
the highway, there are several commu-
for $10 or $25 for commercial vendors. 7
TheseiteY -ar in Frtf as $man in his early 40s ensltered a nail qily)at about5 30psrn.ai4doien sking
These sites are in. Frostprohe th fnl epof, Babsonaout p asig diamndshthe c sd man told
Park, and-Lake Wales.
Park, and ake Wales. the man she had no money to buy diamonds, he reached into hnis coat pocket
Haines City is hosting a site at the
and pulled out a pistol. Whena customergetting her nails dodne saw what was
iake Eva Complex by the Banquet
Hall, providing a large community PHOTO BY DEBRA GOUVELLIS hapening, she reached into h purseandpuled utheowfirearm. Upo
location for all alngthe north end of oman's gunthe man quickly fledthe salon. Ita lastreportedthat
the S cn- oghw a tJhoining Haines o This bald eagle wasperched ang enilllarge (Casper StarTribune, Casper,WY 12/11/12)
the: ; lwhey oin tyg Iaines ooking for breakfast in LakeWales.
city is Duridee Where community
members canset up at the Civic "The Audubon Society's big annual Two men targetedthe home of Jerry Stremovihtg, 2, and Kennet nley53,
Center at LakeMae. sale helps them meet their annual one eveningoley as having a meal on the front porchwhen th:estw s
Further soutliis the quaint historic budget. The Babson Park Women's pects approached him. They beathim and repeatedly used a taser to subdue
s-equas'the qu t historic budget. The Babson Park Womein's -
community of Lake of the Hills. Their Club is also having a huge sale," she him.After gaining entry to the home, the suspects entered Stremovihtg's be
sale will be at the clubhouse on Lake said. room. Stremovihtg met the intruders with a .38-ca revolver. He fired several
Starr. The Babson Park community sale 4 rounds causing them to flee the hoe.One suspect, a 35-year-old male, died
In Lake Wales, visit the Trailhead location is at the Webber University's in the front yard from a gunshot wound. It- was last reported that the' second
In Lake.ales, visit theread location is at the Webber University's
Center. The Board of Realtors is hold- Band Buildsinguspect i stilat large. Conley and Streovihtg were taken to a nearby edical
ing a big sale to raise funds for their from the main campus, center and were treated for non life-threatening injuries. (The Daytona Beach
annual Student Scholarship drive. People who want to sell at a commu- NewsJournal, Holly Hill, FL, 11/18/12)
Babson Park is always a very lively nity location should contact Neher at I
center for sales, according to Martha 863-399-6773 or Biehl at 863-605-4564 Dispatchers received a call one afternoon from a man claiming to-be the victim
Neher, chair of this year's event. to reserve a spot. ofa road rage incident.The man called 911 fromthe highway and said the van he
had just passed was ramming his SUVfrom behind.The dispatcher instructed the
driver to pull over and waitfor officers.,W the man pulled over, the van pulled
AT EN IO MI A over as well. The man and woman occupying the van approached his vehicle
and began hitting him and stabbing him with car keys. The driver of the SUV, a
concealed carry permit holder, retrieved his gun and pointed it at his assailants
until police arrived. They were later booked on possible charges of battery and
disorderly conduct. (Antigo Journal, Wausau, Wi, 12/6/12)
Looking ra plan tat bac your PART PREMIUMGary Cherryas driving at approximately 8:30 a.m. when he noticed two vehicles
Son the side of the road. Cherry pulled over to help when he saw there was a man
Lookingforplanwith- STTTHE HOSPIL $0 TTYOUR holding a woman to the ground face down and stabbing her repeatedly. Cherry,
PRIMARY $0 COSTTO URGENT CARE -$5 COSTTO SPECIALIST a concealed carry license holder, quickly retrieved his firearm and ordered the
man to get on the ground as he dialed 911. Crystal Ward was traveling the same
Lokingfora plan thatHAS4 LARGE CLINICS AND ALL 5 HOSPITALS route when she spotted Cherry holding the perpetrator at gunpoint at the side
of the entrance ramp. Ward stopped to assist and discovered a crying baby boy
INTHE COUNMTY? in one of the vehicles. The suspect was later taken into custody and the victimi
I have those plans and so can you. -was flown to, a nearby hospital with multiple stab wounds. It was last reported
that she was in-stable condition. The baby was unharmed. (Montgomery County
UOVER Police Reporter, Plum Grove, TX, 12/24/12)
When a 79-year-old man heard arguing outside his home, he went outside to
E N N IS P COU investigate. In the front yard, the man discovered his 17-year-old granddaughter
!being beaten by a 19-year-old male. When the grandfather confronted the sus-
pect, he was threatened with a "stun gun.' The suspect approached the elderly
man. The grandfather warned him to stop, but the suspect continued towaward
him.The grandfather pulled out ahandgun andfired once.hesuspect's wound -
proved fatal. (Courier& Press, Evansville, IN, 12/25/12)

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CSX terminal to be ready in March Trade your candy

By CATHY PALMER sidings are where trains carrying containers
CORRESPONDENr will park and the offloading process will
transfer them to waiting trucks," he added. .
CSRailroad's subsidiary Evansville Westem The construction is by Evansville and
is ontrack for opening the new intermodal Western which will also operatethe terminal
trasferterminaljustorth of State Road 60 when it is finished. Halloweens emphasis on receiv- include a bounce house, popcorn,
west6f Lake Wales in March, said CSX spokes- "You will see lots of CSX trains in and out ing rather than giving and children and refreshments during their
manand project liaison Ron Monow. and lots of CSX trucks," he said. He added that eating bags of sugary candy has "candy exchange" from 3-5 p.m.
Mornw said the enormous project to build in addition to the CSX trucks, other trucking the University of Florida's IFAS Nov. 8. Raffle prizes and goody
theairoad and trucktransfer center on 318 operations will also use the complex facility, office concerned. So it came up bags will be given out to children
acreswill be ready for use in March. "We have a large fleet oftrucks that are CSX with something to help families who donate candy including a
"Ican tell you we're right on target," Morrow owned or leased, but many, many others will deal with the concern it has. grand prize for the one who brings
said.We're on schedule and will finish when also be using this terminal" This is the Polk County the most candy.
we projectedwe would." Container shippinghas morphed into the Halloween Candy Buy Back pro- In addition to the Halloween
eproject includes miles of track, transfer primary international shiping method over gram. It is combining efforts with Candy Buy Back, local dentists
terminals and equipment where trains will the past three decades andhas experienced the help of area dentists. are distributing educational fact
bringcontainersinto theyard, theywillbe steady growth. Morrowadded the proposed As part of the program, kids will sheets for safety tips duringTrick-
shiftedfrom the rail cars towaiting trucks or opening of the widened and deepened sell or exchange their Halloween or-Treating, healthy management
vice versa. Panama Canal could raise the tonnage that will candy for cash or mystery goodie of children's Halloween candy and
Thee alsois a one anda halfmile access make its way through the Winter Haven/Lake bags filled with fun items and fun Halloween recipes. For infor-
roadifrm State Road 60 into the terminal area Wales terminal. tooth care supplies like tooth- mation visit http://polk
whichas been openfor constructionvehicle "We're not sure what affect the canal im- brushes and floss. Candy collected or contact Fung at
usaeformorethan year Therealsoare provements willhave on our freight shipments, willbdonated to local troops in 863-519-1072.
lengthy tunlanes onS.R.60 whichwere built but we are expecting to see some impacts," he the U. military. Local dentists currently par-
by he Florda Department ofl ransportation said. "The Halloween Candy Buy ticipating in the Polk County
duing a recent S.R 60resurfacing project to The canal widening is expected to be Bck is a great way for kids and HalloweenCandy Buy Back
provide access to the site by semis loading and completed next year, according to FDOT families to enjoy the fun parts of program:
unloading containers for dispersal throughout CSX also recently purchased additional Halloween while still practicin Bright Smiles of Winter Haven,
thestate. property at the Port ofTampa and is expected safe and healthy habits" said 1550First StreetS., Winter Haven,
Morow has said the remote site is abeehive to expand its operations there, according to the Whia e Fung ofthe UFhi FAS 163-593-0636 .
of activity He said that numerous workers, CSXwebsite. te F
mostlyhired locally, are present at the work site. Morrow remains mum on the cost of the Extension Family and Consumer Dental Solutions of Winter
Morrow also said thatthe initial construction new terminal, but earlier research shows that Sciences Agent. "The partnership Haven, 6390 Cypress GardensBlvd.
does notinclude buildings, other than those similar terminals CSXhas built in Kentucky between University of Florida/ Winter Haven, 863-877-1891.
needed to servethe on and off loading activi- and Ohio ranged in cost from $15 million to IFAS Extension Polk County and Havendale Dental Office PA,
ties The construction includes an intricate rail $50 million. local dentists is a great benefit to 7111 Cypress Gardens Blvd.,
system. The sidingswill connect to CSX's main Morrow said the railroad was expected to all parents in Polk County." Winter Haven, 863-324-7401.
lines, have an opening ceremony when the con- The Dental Solutions of Winter The Family Dentist, 5055
"We're building all the tracks and sidings to struction was completed, but no date has been Haven is also hosting a free event S. Lakeland Drive, Lakeland,
andfrom the main lines," he explained. "The set. for the community which will 863-647-3222.

WlN last week, to signal what the commission added. "We're all going to put our cards up 1 percent. Total dollars from all orange
N W hopes is a new era of cooperation, on the table and really finalize a strategy juice sales is down about 1.4 percent,
"We had a great opportunity to meet on how we can best support the industry although not-from-concentrate is up
'FROM PAGE 1 with thebrands and the processors con- overall." 2.1 percent
cernig a health and wellness campaign," With concerns over citrus greening and About 79 million boxes of oranges go
everybody that we possibly can," McKenna noted. "It's extremely critical other issues rising in the industry, and a into making NFC as opposed to about
Ackerman said. "What we really need to we do it the right way. In my time in my much smaller final fruit haul in the last 48 million for reconstituted juice, a
take a look at is what can we do that the industry, I've never seen all the brands growing season than had been predicted, commission representative noted. In total,
brafids can't? How should we best spend sitting there and all basically agreeing the cooperation initiative comes at a good about 95 percent of the state's crop is used
our dollars to effect the industry? We have that we would work together as we move time. for juicemaking.
a lot ofthings we as a separate entity can forward. That was a monumental meet- Department officials said season to There has been no official crop estimate
address and effect." ing. It's a huge opportunity for us." date, through the end of September, yet this year from the U.S. Department
Ackermann and Citrus Commission Ackerman agreed that it is a step that is that orange juice volume sales in larger of Agriculture because of the recent
Chairman Marty McKenna, during a needed. stores like Publix and Walmart were down government shutdown, but officials are
commission meetingWednesday; said "It's kind of a new attitude in part- 1.1 percent from the previous season, expecting a first look at the projections on
they met with several industry leaders nering, it's a new openness," Ackerman although not-from-concentrate sales were Nov. 8. ,

EE to serve fees, and disconnect fees if they to someone else as far as statutes go," Croley reassured her that she -as more
FEES wanted to reconnect their meter. Croley explained. "I cannot hold you than willing to work with her on the
Vice Mayor Diana Biehl expressed accountable to that. It's the person matter.
FROM PAGE 1 her concern about the impact and cost who rents the property who is held Smith later interjected, explaining that
of the ordinance on owners trying to accountable." this ordinance only concerned adding
on. e.ither release or reoccupy their property, Biehl later commented that while she the 90-day time period for the removal
The original ordinance did not clarify claiming that, while the readiness to would support this ordinance, she still of water meters, and thus this meeting
how long an owner would be allowed to serve fee made sense to her, half of the thought it was very costly for Frostproof was not the appropriate time to modify
have their water meter remain connected monthly amount seemed very high, and residents and she would much rather the actual readiness to serve fee itself,
to their residence if they failed to pay the that it would affect city vacancy rates have it at a much reduced level, nor could the ordinance be drafted to
so-called "readiness to serve" fee. "If you add the disconnect fee, the Croley replied that she had consulted remove it.
The unofficial unwritten rule for the plugging fee, the accruecharges, I'm tell- with City Finance Manager Melody He explained that if city council mem-
city was that the water meter would ing you, nobody is going to move into an Walsh on the matter, and learned that bers wanted to discuss changes to the
remain connected for 90 days, after empty building, and we're just going to the revenue loss from eliminating the readiness to serve fee itself, they would
which the city would disconnect it from increase our vacancy rate in Frostproof," readiness t serve fee would be an esti- have to do it during another meeting or
the location and charge the established she said. mated $40,000 a year from the enterprise during a separate workshop.
removal fee, Smith explained. -City Manager Tenny Croley replied to fund. Biehl moved to approve the ordinance.
The new ordinance would add lan- her concern, explaining that homeown- : She later added that while most of City Council Member Martha Neher
guage to the previous ordinance making ers would not have to pay for fees that them did not like the current utility bills seconded the motion.-
this rule official. their tenants have missed, and that the and would love to decrease them, they The only city council member not to
In addition, a clause was added ex- tenants who rent the property are the needed to address the serious issues con- vote on the ordinance was Ralph Waters,
plaining that the owner would also have ones who are held accountable, not the cerning their infrastructure at present who explained that he did not feel
to pay the removal-fee along with the homeowner. "That money has to come from some- comfortable with having the readiness to
delinquent utility system fees, readiness "You do not have to pay for any rent where," she said. serve fees in there.

0EASON toothpaste, and soap. I A member Judy Jackson.
Waters said many local individuals L WBoth the gallery's interior walls
and businesses find gratification from and exhibit space walls got new
FROM PAGE 1 actually adopting a specific family for FROM PAGE 1 coats of paint.
the holiday season. Dede LeFils, who helped spear-
sure they are labeled for gender and age "Shopping for a particular child or members of the gallery and Lowe's, head the effort to plant 18 new fox-
appropriateness. family can make this Christmas time past Frostproof athletes as well. tail palms along east and west Walls
Time is also something that is valu- special," Walters said, noting they do Among the volunteer crew were Street also lauded Lowe's for their
able to the care center. the best they can to try and fill specific former Bulldogs Scott Jackson, donation, noting that the grates and
"We are always in need of helping wishes of children. "Many organizations; Antoine Cobb and Albert Plain, mulch originally had taken a fairly
hands. During the holiday season there businesses and individuals have in- current high school student Daniel significant chunk of the project's
are many additional tasks to do such creased their Christmas joy by giving to Ivarra Jr. and father, DanielSr., budget.
as gift wrapping, filling food boxes, and a family in need." Rick and Lynn McCoy from Lake Now, with extra money in hand,
delivering." :- For more information about making Wales, Katina Connely and Lowes she said the beautification effort
Personal care items are always a donation, or for those seeking assis- team leader Juan Hernandez of will eventually help expand the
needed too, he said, such as shampoo, tance, call the center at 863-635-5555. Lakeland and art league board scope of the originat'project.

Wednesday, October 30,2013 The News Page 19

New York Style 8625 Hwy 60 East
Historic Downtown Lake Wales Sandihe, d Lake Wales, FL 33889
120 East Park Ave. Salads & e (863) 696-1.901
863-676-DELI [3354] Fresh-Baked Shri Daily Lnch
Mon.-Sat. 10:30 am to 3pm Desserts. rog Les & DiFne
ai i t~s vE pecials

SPerkins Restaurant
j i e lBy CATHY PALMER Photos by Al Palmer
th this ad. ,Correspondent
Presentthis coupon tothecashieratthetimeofsaleand receivea 10% Now that construction on All the foods and baked
discount off your total bill (including entrees, drinks, side items and desserts). ia
SState Road 60 and U.S. r98 in goods are prepared on site and
Coupon expires November 30 2013 Valid only at participating tate Road 6 and U in
Perkins Restaurant and Bakery locations. Bartow is winding down, Perkins the meals are prepared to order.
I 150 E. Van Fleet Drive, :1 Restaurant in the Bartow Cen- "We only fix food as it is
SBartow, 863-533-9688 ter is unveiling its new menu ordered so it is always fresh,"
or ,p ,,= ,p:l Mi Ru&kM, S offerings, according to manager he said.
** * locations Nol valid wih ano or diuntor offer. Cou pon id if purchased,
dab redf&c.Ooh. nl igiM p alcruiepted Muila&, Richard Troyer. A visitor can't help but be
r w lopea d c ou pSoni.s y amRinoac pd.Ple inae,.S.Alcb 1
b p'' i C-da. i e U.SA 2010 "We're launching the new lured to the bakery goods. They
ai. .. menu, along with the other 500 are displayed in a lighted coler
restaurants in the chain," Troyer right in the center of the store.
said, "And we're hoping this new "Pies are our best selling
e e,. aufentic t an menu will delight our guests. desserts," the manager says.
a efead itt WM t We're very a excited about it. "Especially our chocolate French
hgits lB od ja !ae& CcUn/I! We're very excited about it." Perkins Restaurant Manager Richard Troyer and "pec y our c la
s, y .J a i He hastily I adds that the old Assistant Managerorraine Fliszar welcome guests silk pie. That's a real favorite."
.......................... favorites on the menu are still to the restaurant. The pies sell for $10.99to
155 Man1 Ba there too.- $13.99. Other pies prepared on
863155 S arow TARE 50% ON : "We just wanted to; give people a fresh new take site are the wild berry, apple, peanut butter, key lime,
l0am-8pm, Mon through Sat TrHEE : on what we've done for years." banana cream and lemon meringue.
CATERING AVAILABLE ........................... The new $4 to $8 specials include the Fabu- Other specials on the menu now are the fall fea-
lous 5, a $4 offering which features eggs, bacon, tured pumpkin spike oatmeal pancakes and fresh-baked
pancakes or toast. The.$5 offering is a sumptuous chicken pot pie.
sausage and egg burrito, most of the $6 offerings are "For breakfast we've also got a meal for anyone
sandwiches including the tuna melt and big BLTs, with a hearty appetite called the Tremendous 12. It
and the $7 featured breakfast plate is a mushroom includes three eggs, four pancakes, four slices of bacon
and. Swiss cheese omelet with sides and for lunch or sausage links and a side of hash browns or fresh
or dinner, a meatloaf melt, all capped off by the fruit. Add it up, and it's 12," he said. Other favorites
$8 dinner "Double Catch" featuring cod filets, and are the TanglerBurger featuring deep fried onion curls
jumbo shrimp. Also coming in at $8 is a fabulous. or our Belgian Waffle platter.
Omeatloaf, chipolte jack burger. Perkins also offers take-out service by calling
On The family restaurant has been open in Bartow for 863-533-9688.
more, than a dozen years, Troyer says. It is at 150 E. Aside from the broad menu, Perkins offers a
j .ta... q awins .....Hours:- Van Fleet Drive. The restaurant which features a cozy, mini-library where patrons can buy, books for $1 or
Dain In' I mOut a-l h.mOam-2pm country decor with booths or tables will seat as many $2 from which all the proceeds go to a charity "Give
Ddnc as 130 guests, including a semi-private dining room that Kids the World" which benefits terminally ill children.
,,5 afast och- can be booked for special -occasions or club meetings. Perkins also offers the "Dine to Donate" program for
In addition to the new 'great plate'specials, Troyer churches, civic organizations or school groups. That
S.says, Perkins also offers its delectable desserts and program, once initiated by the group, will funnel 10
breakfast treats. percent of the total patron's bill back to the organiza-
"We've even got a special in our baked goods," tion, Troyer said.
he said recently. "If you buy three muffins or cookies, "It's another way for us to help our community.
.you get three free." Community and family is what Perkins ij all about."

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Teachers and assistants to receive raises
By CATHY PALMER president Marianne CapozieUo. The agreement impacts about 10,000 accrding tothe union, the agreement
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CORRESPONDENT "But all we've heard from the members school district workers in the three made no changes in health care
is good. It's a good agreement and we're classifications. coverage and included a pilot wellness
confident it'll be approved," she said. "We believe we are on the right project to combat obesity which could
Polk County's teachers, classroom as- I She explained that the agreement is path to attracting and retaining the include bariatric surgery.
sistnts and secretaries all will get a raise not based on a percentage increase, but best teachers in our classrooms," The teacher raises were funded from
thanks to an agreement reached this rather on making salaries more competi- said School Superintendent Kathryn a state allocation of some $408 million
week between the union that represents tive with surrounding counties. LeRoy. "We also know the value our which Gov. Rick Scott said should also
them and the Polk County School Board. "We lose teachers every year to other paraeducators and clerical staff add to include principals, assistant principals
At Tuesday's School Board meeting, counties because they can earn more," the quality in our classrooms. This is and school support staff. That left
the agreement was presented to the the union president said. "This may help a fair and equitable settlement and an the Polk County School District with
school board and immediately OK'd, us keep some of our finest." important step towards focusing our about $12 million to divvy up to those
but not yet formally adopted. Also yet The agreement lays out that beginning District's budget to accurately reflect represented by the union. -
to approve the agreement that gives teachers willsee their base pay hiked the priority of the school board's goals." The raises will be retroactive to the
teachers at least a $1,000 annual raise from $35,700 a year to $36,750, and all Capoziello also said the union talks beginning of the school year ii August,
are the members of the Polk Education other teachers will see their pay upped were open and reflected a sustainable and in some cases, to July 1 for those
Association which represents all 6,500 by $2,000 a year. Capoziello also said proposal. who teach or work year round. They
teachers and hundreds of support per- that paraeducators and clerical staff "This bodes well for future negotia- should see the raises reflected iii their
sonnel. The union members will have will receive a one-step raise, with the tions," she added. October paycheck which is issued at the
a week to endorse the pact, said union more experienced receiving a $500 raise. In addition to the salary increases, end of the month.

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Group." there will be a theme for eachweek.
This group will have its first get The first theme will be pumpkins and

meeting. 863-635-7857.

Wednesday, October 30,2013 The News Page 21


marketers to

hold 'summit'
Citrus leaders, including representatives
from several competing orange juice
brands, will have a "marketing summit,"
Nov. 5, a first step in what officials hope
is a long-term cooperative effort to better
and more efficiently promote one of
Florida's most important industries.
Florida Citrus Commission Executive -
Director Douglas Ackerman said the- Ad
gathering is an effort to pool resourcesls
among all the industry's stakeholders in a
time of shrinking budgets and decreased
orange juice consumption.
He said that one concern is that other
entries in the drink category, like bottled
water, outspend orange juice advertising.
"Our goal is certainly realizing the
budget issues that the categories spend,
and realize that we're being outspent, and
realizing what's going on in the market-
place, how do we best combat that? How
do we maximize our resources working
together as a category to address these
issues?" c a-
Ackerman noted that the Florida
Department of Citrus actually accounts
for about 20 percent of all orange juice
advertising. Place a
The effort is particularly notable
because it will put at the table officials
from competing brands like Florida's
Natural, Tropicana and Simply Orange, the l m n d e r
three big players in the highly competitive
not-from-concentrate juice market.
"One of my focuses for the next five
years, looking at the crop size and how
much fruit we're goingto harvest, it's
imperative that we as a group at the
Department of Citrus partner with every-
body that we possibly can," Ackerman
said. "What we really need to take a look
at is what can we do that the brands can't?
How should we best spendour dollars to
effect the industry? We have a lot of things
we as a separate entity can address and
effect. -
Ackernann andCitrus Commission
Chairma Marty McKenna, during a
commission meeting Wednesday, said.
they met with several industry leaders
last week, to signal what the commission
hopes is a new era of cooperation.'
"We had a great opportunity to meet
with the brands and the processors con-
cerning a health and wellness canpaign,"
McKenna noted. "It's extremely critical
we do it the right way. In my time in my a r o
industry, I've never seen all the brands
sitting there ad all basically agreeing C a i m
that we would work together as we move
forward. That was a-montmental meeting.-
It's a huge opportunity for us."
Ackerman agreed that it isa step that is
"t's kind of anew attitude in partnering,
its a new openness," Ackerman added. N .w s p
"We'e all going to put our cards on the
table and really finalize a strategy on how

much smaller final fruit haul in the last
growing season than had been predicted,
the cooperation initiative comes at a good
Department officialssaid season to ::" ,
date, through the end of September,
that orange juice volume sales in larger
stores like Publix andWalmartwere down 863-533
1.1 percent from the previous season, :,63 533 1
although not-from-concentrate sales were
up 1 percent Total dollars from all orange
Sjuice sales is down about 1.4 percent, l
2.1 percent Le Ws .ew
About 79 million boxes-oforanges go
into making NFC as opposed to about : rf
48 million for reconstituted juice. In total,:. "S.
about 95 percent of the state's crop is used rr
for juice making.
There has been no official crop estimate
yet this year from theU.S Department of .
ment shutdown, but officials are expecting I ~ 1 5 -182 8
a first look at the projections on Nov. 8.

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How to improve your home's curb appeal

Homeowners who have tried to sell a cleaning up goes beyond removing clutter around their property and may iot notice upgrading the door handle to a more
home are likely familiar with the phrase from the prpperty. Make sure all hedges that low-hanging, branches are hiding the modem feature. In addition, make sure
"curb appeal" Curb appeal is similar to are trimmed, and remove weeds, sticks home from view. Buyers want to see the the lock on the front door doesn't stick,
getting ready for a big date, only you're and other debris from any flower beds. house, so take to the trees and trim any forcing the realtor and buyers to immedi-
not dressing yourself up to make a good Lay mulch in the flower beds and garden, branches that hang too low or obscure ately struggle before entering the home.
first impression. Instead, improving curb as mulch preverits weed growth while your home. You want buyers and their real estate
appeal involves dressing your home helping the soil retain moisture, resulting Clean the gutters. Leaves and sticks agents to get in and out of the home as
up in the hopes it makes a strong first in more attractive gardens to catch a hanging from the gutters are a red flag to smoothly as possible.
impression on prospective buyers, many buyer's eye. buyers, who tend to associate clogged gut- Make sure all plants, including flow-
of whom will have a strong opinion about Get an "edge" on other sellers. Edging ters with roof damage. Clean the gutters ers, are living. Dehydrated or dead plants
the property before they even get out of is another easy and effective way to thoroughly before putting your home up and flowers are eyesores, and they will
their cars to have a look around. improve curb appeal. Edge driveways, for sale and keep them clean throughout give buyers the impression that you didn't
Ahome with curb appeal can entice sidewalks and other walkways around the the selling process. If your property pay much attention to your property.
buyers who are likely to believe that a property, removing or trimming any- includes lots of trees, install guards to keep Make sure all plants are alive and thriving
home with a well-maintained exterior is thing that is hanging over the driveway twigs and leaves out of the gutters. and replace those that aren't. You can
likely to have an equally impressive interi- or walkways. If the boundary between Make the home accessible through replant new flowers or plants or just use
or. Homeowners who want the process your driveway and lawn is not distinct, the front door. Many homeowners potted plants instead. When purchasing
of selling their home to go smoothly can consider installing edging materials such enter their home through a side door or new plants, choose low-maintenance
improve the property's curb appeal in as stone pr bricks. The edging can be level through their garage. Ifyou fall into this varieties that appeal to buyers who want
a number of ways, many of which don't with the driveway or eevated, but keep in category, keep in mind that prospective good vibrant plants but might not want to
necessitate a substantial home improve- mind that elevated driveway edging can buyers will be entering through the front put in much work into the garden.
ment budget. protect the lawn, preventing kids from door, so make this area accessible. Clear When selling a home, homeowners can
Clean up. The most effective way to riding their bicycles onto the lawn or cars any clutter, such as overgrown hedges, employ a number of tactics to improve
improve curb appeal is to clean up the from driving onto it. Adding edging is not away from the front door, and consider jtheir home's curb appeal.
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Ideal volunteer opportunities for youngsters

According to the United States a few hours outdoors in the sun. Such Religious organization Parents can contact the religious organi-
Bureau of Labor Statistics, roughly projects keep kids on their feet as well, zation to which they belong or another
64.5 million people volunteered providing a healthy dose of exercise The Corporation for National & organization in their community to learn
through or for an organization at least for youngsters who may not be into Community Service notes that many about any affiliated volunteer opportu-
once between September 2011 and organized sports. youth are likely to volunteer through a nities for children. These experiences
September 2012. While those statistics religious organization. Such organiza- can expose kids to an array of volunteer
do not iiclude children under the age- Soup kitchen tions, including churches, synagogues activities and also help kids make new
of 16, that doesnot man youngsters and mosques, tend to encourage their friends.
cannot lend a helping hand and chip While soup kitchens may not be best younger members togiveback to their Children often make great volunteers.
in as volunteers, suited to younger volunteers, middle communities, and many are involved Finding the right volunteering opportuni-
For many youngsters, exposure to school students and high schoolers in a variety of volunteer opportunities ty for youryoungster can foster a love of
volunteering opportunities begins with can learn a lot when volunteering at aimed at kids of all ages and interests. volunteering for years to come.
mom and dad. In fact, the Corporation neighborhood soup kitchens. Kids can
for National & Community Service accompany parents on weekend morn-
notes that a youth from a family where ings, preparing and serving food to the
at least one parent volunteers is nearly less fortunate in their communities.
twice as likely to volunteer as a youth Soup kitchens may open youngsters'
from a family with no family members eyes to the reality that not everyone
who volunteer. Youngsters are often is as fortunate as they are, instilling a
enthusiastic about volunteering, and -sense of obligation to the less fortunate AR R
thatenthusiasm only increases when that can serve kids well for the rest of HAL R BR AND
kids find the right volunteer opportu- their lives.
nities. The following are a handful of
places that typically offer volunteer Nursing home FREE
opportunities tailor-made for young- Residents of nursing homes may
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sters who want to give back to their experience newfound vigor when
communities. experience newfound vigor when WARRANTY
communities. getting avisit from a child. Parents Y
Nature cleanup can contact local nursing homes or E
retirement communities to learn about
Many children love to spend time volunteer opportunities for children.
in the great outdoors, making a local Many facilities encourage localyouths
beach or park cleanup anideal way for to read to residents whose vtsion might .
kids to volunteer.Kids can join large be fading, and some facilities even host
groups to clear beaches and parks of arts and craft projects where youngsters 7
litter and debris, all the while spending are paired with elderly residents. Such "
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hospitals often have ample volunteer Commercial & Residential
opportunities available to youngsters
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to have direc t contact with the animals
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and debris, kids often haeva host of volunteer learn more. about the environment and
opportunities at their disposal at local parks. how to plant trees and flowers.

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Annual Rummage Sale jewelry, furniture, knick-knacks, and Nov. 14 for drop-off of furniture Ridge Audubon potluck
clothing. The clothing will include and other extra large items. Persons
Holy Spirit Council of Catholic men's shirts and slacks, women's slacks, wishing to drop off items there Ridge Audubon will present a pot-
Women will be having its annual blouses, skirts, jackets and pantsuits. must contact Carol in advance at luck/program on Nov.12 at the Nature
Rummage/Bake Sale on 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Bake goods willinclude homemade 863-676-0190. Center, 200 N. Crooked Lake Drive,
Friday, Nov. 15 and 8 a.m.-noon bread, cupcakes, cookies, and muffins. Drop off for all other items and Babson Park. Potluck is at 6 p.m., and
Saturday, Nov. 16 in the Holy Spirit Breakfast items will also be offered set-up will be from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. the program to follow.
Parish Center, 644 S. Ninth St., Lake during the sale. Thursday, Nov. 14, at the Parish Speaker will be Jennifer Navarre,
Wales. A storage unit at "Pack Rat," lo- Center. For information, contact Carol botanist with the Forestry Service. Her
Items for sale include glassware, cated next to Walmart, for the CCW 863-676-0190. topic will be All About Plants.
holiday decorations, toys, appliances, Rummage Sale is available until

me to look for a
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F:orida Forest Service holds 4th,

annual tree sale For FREE (limit 3 items)
It's not quite Thanksgiving yet, but events, interested parties should set Cal your HEARTLAND Newspapers
it's a good idea to put this date on your an appointment with a State Forest -53-4183
calendar: Saturday, Nov. 30. That is representative at state forest headquar- PC Democrat/ort Meade Leader 863-53 83
the date of the Fourth Annual Florida ters to obtain a special use permit prior Lake Wales News/Frostproof News 863-215-8288
Forest Service Sand Pine Christmas to cutting trees.
Tree Sale, to be held at Lake Wales '
Ridge State Forest. It is from 9 a.m.-
2 p.m. only
The event takes place at the Arbuckle
Tract of the forest, located on School :
Bus Road in Frostproof. .
and pines are 15 feet or less in
height. Hand saws only may be
brought; no chainsaws are permitted.
You must bring your own saw.
Cost is $10 per tree.
For this one-day event, interested
parties should meet the State Forest B re a
representative at the McLean cabin for
directions prior to cutting trees.
Therewill be oer tree-cutting rs
events; 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday., Dec. 2 y Literacy Servers
throtgh Friday, Dec. 6,and 8 a.m. to
4 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16, throughFriday, ,
'Duringbothoftheseweek-long S a tu Vd a

It's time for

a Speling November 9, 201

Lake Wales Literacy Council has its Hel d at,
12th annual Spelling Circus at Holy Spirit
Catholic Church scheduled at 6p.m.

favorite for many, including thosewho, .
either willingly or unwillingly were drafted
by their companies to represent them in
spell-off. oeesemin Tcket $4 in advance, $5 at door
Butthe winner always gets great recog-
nition, and there is a lot oflaughter and
much celebration as the fundraiser for the
teracyCouncilgets underway. o benefit The Family Litracy Academy
"Volunteer". spellers in the past have b n f TheLitrac
included teachers (of course), secretaries, a k wh
those whowork in citrus companies, at LakeW ales where fam ilies
bun spelers are sp tionsored l l .build their future through education
businesses, clubs, organizations or
individual donors, according to a press
release issued by thirbordinators of the
Spelling Circus.,
Beginning at 6 p.m. on Nov. 7, the event
is sure to be a fun evening.
Individual tickets for the Lake Wales
Literacy Council's Spelling Circus are
available for $15. Businesses, clubs and 4- Printing Courtesy of
organizations are encouraged to sponsor
a table for six, which includes one speller
for $130. Also needed are sponsorships for
thelake Wales Literacy Council students.
Sponsorship of a student table is $140.
The Council is still looking for contri- ""*
butions to the Silent Auction and for door .. i
prizes. BANk & TRUST
For information; call Teadway,

Wednesday, October 30,2013 The News Page 25

OBITUARIES The Shop of Horrors at Eagle Ridge

Evelyn MacNab Lopez GYL
Evelyn Selena"Kitty" MacNab Lopez of husband John of Johnson City, Tenn., It' s the
Lake Wales, Fa., passed awayWednesday, Bryan Perdomo of Houston, Texas, "Sop of
Oct. 23, 2013, at the James A Haley Brenda Perdomo Trout of Brandon, Horors"at
Veteran's Hospital in Tampa, Fla., at age 79. Patrick Perdomo of Lake Wales and Jill Eagle Ridge
Evelyn was born July 15,1934, in Peterson Manning and husband, Greg, Mall, and
Flushing, Long Island, N.Y, to Archibald ofWinter Haven; 10 grandchildren, theyare
and Evelyn Ferguson MacNab. She David Spungin, Dawn Spungin Starr and oHpen n :
arrived in LakeWales from Miami in 1985 husband Cody, Jaime Blount Harrison Hall
with her then-husband, James Lopez, and husband Joshua, Elizabeth Ryan
with whom she co-owned/operated J & E Perdomo, Aaron Trout and wife Amy
Roofing. Estelle, Elisabeth Tfrout Rigby and
Evelyn was of the Protestant faith and husband Steven, Ashley Maria Perdomo,
a veteran of Korea, serving in the U.S. Austin Jay Simonson, Ryleigh Bryn
Air Force. She was a Cub Scout and Girl Manning and Taelynn Claire Manning;
Scout leader for many years. She loved and eight great-grandchildren, Riley
gardenias and calla lilies; and enjoyed Maree Starr, Kiersten Leigh Harrison,
listening to country music singer Patsy Joshua Caleb Harrison, Jacob Douglas
Cline. Harrison, Amaryn Brooke Trout, William
Evelyn was preceded in death by her Micah Rigby, Wesley Gabriel Rigby and
first husband, George Perdomo; second Levi Gideon Rigby.
husband, Harold E Peterson; third hus- Committal service is 11 a.m. Friday,
band, James Lopez; and brother, Walter Nov. 1, 2013, at the Florida National
Knapp. Cemetery in Bushnell.
Survivorsinclude her brothers, Bill Condolences may be sent to the family
Knapp of Auburn, Ala., and Chester at
Knapp; sister-in-law, Marie Knapp; five Marion Nelson Funeral Home is in
children, Lynne Perdomo Robertson and. charge of arrangements. :
E dagle Ridge Mail a nd AT&T of
Lorette L. Cribbs Lake Wales is offering a tor
oftheir "Shop Of Horrors" to
anyone who would like to,
'kreat-grand- visit.
Lorette L. Cribbs, 92, of Lake Wales, Tom and Jay Glausier and a great-grand- visit. Athe proceeds will go
Fla., went home to be with her Lord and. son;Westin Cribbs. to Stjude's. The hours of the
Savior, Jesus Christ, on Sunday, Oct. 27, Survivors include her son, Felix R. shop ae Thursda Friday and
2013, at the Winter Haven Hospital. Regi"Cribbs, Jr. and wife, Kimberly, of Saturda from 5p.m.until
She was bom Oct. 16;,!921, in Mitchell Lake Wales; daughter, Karen Reynolds of 9 p.m. d Suli ndayfrom noon
County, Ga., to Thomas efferson and Nowthen, Minn.; six grandchildren and until 6 p.m. Halloween night
Ether Lee (Hart) Lickey andhad been a -11 great-grandchildren. they will be open from 3 p.m.
resident of the area since 1966 moving are 4:30 p.m. until 9 p.m .
here from Georgia. She was a retired Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013,. at the Marion
payroll clerk.for the Lake Wales Hospital Nelson Funeral Home with the Rev.
and was a member of the Westside Stephen Bolden officiating.-
Baptist Church. Marion Nelson Funeral Home is in
She was preceded in death by her charge of local arrangements. ';
:parents first husband, John Thomas Condolences may be sent to the family
:Reynolds, in 1957; second husband, Felix at
R. Cribbs, bl12002 anddaughter, Ada. Marion Nelson Funeral Home is in
Leigh Glausierf 1999; two grandsons, charge of arrangements.

Circle holds yard sale
This Saturday the Circle ofFriends stu- sell and volunteers to workAll donations Bill Jarrett Ford
dents will have a big yard sale. And Mert may be dropped off at Circle of Friends,
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erky pet treat update

The news this week has sparked
a renewed concern over the safety r. Ahle b
of jerky pet treats. This is not a
new topic of conversation, as this
debate has been going on since
2006. However, on Oct. 22, the FDA
released an update on the investiga-
tion, which has brought this concern
once again to the forefront.
The products of concerni are jerky
pet treats imported from China.
While chicken jerky is the most To date, the underlying agent
common of the products, there causing these problems has not
have been concerns also noted with been identified. The products have.
duck and sweet potato jerky treats. been tested for a variety of drugs,
Between 2006 and September 2013, toxins, heavy metals and chemicals.
the FDA has received more than In January 2013, several jerky treat
4 3,000 reports of illness, including products were removed from the
44 more than 3,600 dogs and 10 cats. market after low levels of antibiot-
Of these FDA reports more than 580 ics were found. However, it is not
have involved the death of pets; believed that these antibiotics could
AP PHOTO numbers this high certainly cause be responsible for the clinical signs
ThisSeptember 2013 Image provided by Patrida Cassidy shows her dog Doodles, while he was alarm amongst the veterinary and that are being presented.
sik ight before his Sept. 9death, in Chattanooga, Tenn. Doodles is believed to be one of 580 pet-owning communities. On Oct. 22 the USDA issued a let-
do-in the U.S.that have died in the past six years from eating petjerky from China. Most often within hours to days of ter to veterinarians asking for their
consuming these jerky treats, affect- assistance in resolving this issue.
ed pets display signs ranging from They provided us with resources to
lethargy, to vomiting and diarrhea or be able to report suspected cases
increased thirst and urination. While. and to ensure appropriate testing is
the gastrointestinal signs do seem available for the pets and the food
to improve with time after discon- products.
CCI:ES tinuing the product, the signs of As a consumer and pet owner, it is
increased thirst and urination may recommended that you discontinue
g persist. These latter signs are often offering your pets jerky treats until
117 sbassociated with kidney malfunctions. this issue is resolved. If you have
A syndrome known as Fanconi been feeding your pet any of these
syndrome has been reported. This treats, do not dispose of the unused
syndrome interferes with the func- product or packaging. Hold on to it,
tional components of the kidney and just to be safe, in case it is needed
allows for the loss of a key compo- for a reference. And if any concerns
nent required to keep a balanced arise, do not wait; contact your
V ii environment in the body. veterinarian right away.

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PASS 0N for E1S

Leaf peeping with your pooch:

Scenicfoliage tours you and your dog will both enjoy

By KIM SALERNO Just a hair farther northeast, and features spectacular views of the
TRIPsWrrHPETs.COM the United States Arboretum in Columbia River, which are highlighted
Washington, D.C., welcomes visitors in mid to late October by brilliantly
It's that time of year again. Time to with the opportunity to experience fall colored foliage. Along with the river, :
break out the light layers, and trade in a far-off land, without setting foot you'll be treated to views of cascading
sipping frosty lemonade on hot after- out of the city. The Arboretum is home waterfalls, historic bridges and cliffside
noons for savoring hot cocoa on chilly to the Asian Collection, which features railways. Hiking trails in the Columbia
mornings, gardens abundant with plants and trees Gorge National Scenic Area allow you
Best of all, it's that time when Mother native to Japan, China and Korea. Dogs to leaf peep at your own pace, and your PHOTO PROVIDED
Nature dresses her very best. are allowed in the arboretum, but they leashed pet is welcome to tag along. ...
If your fall spirit is kicking in and must be well-controlled on a leash Now may be the est time of year to take the
you're anxious to take in some glori- at all times, and must be kept out of Rules and Regulations dog outside. Enjoy te weather and yourself.
ous autumn foliage before it's gone, garden beds.
consider bringing along your favorite It's important to note that even the must cleanup afteryour dog, keep
four-legged friend. He'll enjoy seeing Northeastern Region most dog friendly parks and hiking him reasonably quiet, and prevent him
he sites, but most of all he'll love get- trails have strict pet rules. from doing anydamage. Remember
ting some fresh air and exercise with When we think of fall, we often Dogs can frighten wildlife, disrupt that your dog will be in an unfamiliar
his favorite human! From Alabama, to think of those iconic images from New nesting birds or feeding animals, and setting and may not behave as he
Maine, to Oregon, we've rounded up England. One of the best places to see disturb othfr hikers. For this reason, usually does. It's important to keep
some of the best places to experience the Northeast in all its autumn glory is parks typiqlly ask that dogs be kept him under your control at all times.,
fall with your pet. Acadia National Park in Maine. There on leashes si feit or shorter, and don't With a little planning, youand your
Sare a full 100 miles of pet friendly trails allow them to roam in wilderness pet can find the sweetest spots to
SSouthern Region in this park, traverse diverse land- areas. To prevent damage and mess, welcome fall together. To find out when
scapes, including tranquil sea islands, most parks prohibit pets from entering leaf-peeping season begins near you,
The Southis a surprisingly great craggy mountains and lush forests. buildings. consult this year's Farmer's Almanac.
place to peep at some leaves, and The park'lights Up with color begin- As in every other public area, you
Alabama's Oak Mountain State Park is ning in about mid-October. To make
a great spot to enjoy the onset of fall. sure you don't miss it, plan to come
From Oct. 19 through thefirst few days between Oct. 5 and October 21. Fort if eade Animal Cit
of November, you and your (leashed) t Meade n
dog can surround yourself in this huge, Midwest 711 E. Broadway, Fort Meade. 285-8652
uncrowded park's lush and brilliant THANK YOU VETERANS!
vegetation, which makes a lovely Ifyou'r headed west this fal,November 11, we are proud to offer
contrast with its darkpine peaks and make the Kootenai National Forest in our third annual tribute to all active and retired military veterans.
green valleys. Montana a stop on your trip's itiner- From Nov.1 to Nov. 15, veterans will receive 11% off their total bill
v '. : ary. You andyour pooch will enjoy for goods and services. Just a small way of extending our enormous i
MidAtlantic Region the beautiful and rugged wilderness and sincerest thanks to those who have so bravely served our
setting, which is replete with vibrant country WE SALUTE YOU!
SFamous for its spectacular fall leaf fall colors from around late September
Sshow, the Shenandoah National Park through early October: A variety of
in.Virgia draws thousands of tourists dog friendly trails will take you across
ea choe only a fw n l pks gorges, valleys, meadows, and tranquil CATS DOGS OTHER SMALL ANIMALS
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ACS looking for CPS-3 subjects
The American Cancer Society wants 7 to 11 a.m. Nov. 12,2 to 6 p.m. celebrations, and more birthdays," Cathy routine doctor visit. Participants will also
you for the next 30 years and with your. Nov. 15 at Watson Clinic, 1600 Lakeland Vallianatos, American Cancer Society complete a more detailed survey at home
help it hopes to gain a better understand- Hills Blvd., Lakeland community representative, said in a press- and will continue to receive periodic
ing of the causes of cancer and fight for 10 am. to 2 p.m. Nov. 13, Winter Haven release. "As the official sponsor of birth- follow-up surveys in the future that
prevention. Hospital, 200 Avenue F NE, Winter Haven days, celebrating our own 100th birthday researchers will use to look for more clues
The ACS is looking for local men and *2 to 6 p.m. Nov. 14, Regency Center in 2013, we can think of no more valuable to cancer's causes.
women between 30 and 65 from various forWomen and Infants, 101 Avenue O SE, contribution to the cancer fight." Participants must schedule appoint-
racial/ethnic backgrounds with no Winter Haven Signing up requires a one-time ments prior to registration events. This
personal history of cancer to help reach "By joining this study, people can in-person visit to read and sign a consent can be done online at
full enrollment of at least 300,000 people, literally help us save lives, giving future form, complete a survey, have your waist cps3florida and clicking on the "Central
Opportunities for residents to enroll generations more time with families measured, and give a small non-fasting Florida locations" tab or by calling
will take place: and friends, more memories; more blood sample like what you'd do during a 888-604-5888.

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B IEFS New free diabetic 1 to 4 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9 at the free classes, call 863-519-2041 or
Slasses offered Medulla Community Center, 1049 Parker 863-519-2066.
Rd., Lakeland
FROM PAGE 28 The Polk Health Care Plan has free To reserve seats for any of these BRIEFS 130
Diabetic Classes for Polk County residents
Kossow chosen on Nov. 4 and Nov. 22 and Dec. 9.qualiy health care!
Kossow chosen "With diabetes becoming a serious prob- helth care
employee of the month lem in Polk County, the Polk Health Careliian M.D
Edina Kossow, Echo Tech at Lake Plan felt it was important to offer these free
classes to residents," said Marilyn Sylvia,
Wales Medical Center, has been a community nurse for the counthe American
a community nurse for the county. "We
chosen as Employee of the Month for strongly believe the best way to mitigate f Ite rnal Medicine
September. o of Ial^ Medicine ,
September. the damage diabetes has caused our resi- Cardiac Diseases
Kossow has dents is to arm them with the knowledge
been with the they need to combat the disease." High Blood Pressure
hospital since Diabetic Classes will include a general adult illneSSe Pulmonary Diseases
July 2008. In overview of the disease process, highlight- Osteo/Rheumatoid Arthritis
nominating her ing ways to prevent, detect and treat the and diseases: Hypo/Hyperthyroidisir
for the award, complications of diabetes. Educators will Diabetes
a colleague also discuss the importance of nutrition, 1137 Druid Circle -Skn Disease Cancer
wrote, "Edina is physical activity and weight management Lake Wales Florid High Cholesterol
a dedicated and in dealing with the disease. They will also L e W High Cholesterol
hardworking talk about blood glucose monitoring and 2000 Osprey Blvd., Suite 110 Strokes
professional. She cover the different medications and ways Bartow, Florida Wound Care
is always willing to schedule diabetic check-ups.
Edina Kossow to help where Specifically the classes are scheduled for: Se hab a Esp a no I
she is needed and comes in when she 1 to 4p.m. Monday, Nov.4 atthe Mary Monday Friday: 8:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m.-
is asked, even on short notice. She is a Norma Campbell Center, 2226 Karen St., 863 533-1 617
wonderful asset to her department and Lake Wales Accepting new patients 16 and older
the hospital." 9 a.m. to noon Friday, Nov. 22 at the Walk ins welcome Same day appointments
Angels Care Center of Eloise, 960 Snively I Intern Medcine Institute,
Polk County Fire Rescue Ave., Eloise m ....i.m.,,
'Cares Enough to Wear Pink'
Throughout the month EMS, Fire
Rescue and Public Safety organiza-
tions nationwide are participating
in the "Cares Enough to Wear Pink"
campaign; a breast cancer awareness
From Oct. 28-30 Polk County Fire
Rescue members made breast cancer .- Getting to
awareness a local initiative. *
"Breast cancer effects so many 0 1 1 FIfn D
of our lives," said Polk County Fire n l 1v 3
Rescue Chief David Cash. "PCFR
personnel are honored to take part in iy staff and I take the time to
this initiative."
Instead of their patriotic blend of red, get to know you.
white and blue uniforms, pink shirts Our goal is to provide a higher level of senior healthcare: to better
became the uniform of the day. United undersand ur needsanlifestyle treat while yu are
behind this cause, the symbolism of yo
the color pink prevails above rank, healthy so we can better recognize when you' are not.
roles and affiliations. Over the three-
day period, visibility and solidarity for Ex erience the difference.
the cause complemented our mission
priorities. Polk County Fire Rescue Become a WellMed patient today.
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BRIEFS Suite 500 in Davenport. basis. Lopez and his staffwant to donate Trinity United Methodist Church, 2551
B IEF This year it is scheduled to happen on -more than $175,000 in free dental care to Havendale Blvd. NW, Winter Haven.
Nov. 15. more than 150 residents in Davenport and The holidays can bring back a flood of
FROM PAGE 29 In 2001, Dentistry From The Heart. surrounding areas. memories and may be a time of sadness
started with NewPort Richey deritist Dr. "It all comes down to wanting to provide for those grieving the loss of a loved
Spreading free smiles Vincent Monticciolo as awaytogiving something greater to my community," said one. Bring light to the holiday season by
Dr. Jose E Lopezis having a Dentistry back to the community and provide aid Lopez. "The services provided by Dentistry honoring your loved ones and hearing
FromTheHeart which provides 175 people to the growing number of Americans From The Heart helps more than just a a message of comfort and hope from
withfree dental care. without dental insurance. Since its patient's teeth, it gives them a renewed Cornerstone Hospice staff.
Dr. Jose E Lopezhas.the second inception, DentistryFromTheHearthas reason to smile. The service is open to any commu-
Professional Smiles' DentistryFromThe grown to include more than 200 annual Cornerstone Hospice has nity members who are grieving wheth-
Heart event which provides a free day of events nationwide and provided more o er or not they received Cornerstone
dental care to more than 100 residents of than 80,000 people with free dental care 'Celebration of Life' Hospice services. Light refreshments
thearea services. Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative will be served.
Last year the line began as early as Annually, dentists and their teams, Care members invite people who have Call 888-728-6234 for more informa-
5 aam;, with hundreds prepared to camp volunteers and sponsors provide patients experienced the death of a loved one to tion about Cornerstone's bereavement
out in order to receive free services at his 18 or older with a free extraction, filling or attend a "Celebration of Life" memorial services or to RSVP for the Celebration
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Winter Haven Hospital's Bostick Heart Center is
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A dream home means different things
to different people. To some, an ideal
home sits atop a hill and has enough
rooms to accommodate generations
upon generations of family members.
To others, a home small in stature but
with views to die for is all a homeowner
While preferences may vary on the
home itself, there are a few things buy-
ers of all shapes and sizes prefer when
shopping for the home of their dreams.
Agreeable weather. Vacation home Cynthia L. Wise
shoppers often prefer-year-round warm
weather so they know their respite i [ ][
from the cold is never too far away. For
example, a locale such as Port St. Lucie,
Florida boasts an average temperature
of 73.7* F, providing the ideal getaway to Very lovely 4 bedroom 2.5 bath two story home with lots of builder extras included. 1071 Keystone Realty, n
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STAT Charming 3/2 main house w/det
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SCall Wesley 863-528-8265
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Michelle K. Hutto, Broker-Owner
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245 S. Scenic Hwy., Frostproof, FL 33843
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C:cute and cozy 2 bedroom 1 bath frame 2 Bedroom 1.5 bath block home with
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shed.Right off of SR 60, and move in entryway, and a sizeable back yard with
condition. $29,900 shed, needs work $34,900

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MDREAM everyday life is great, no one wants
EAro l to escape to a place with nothing to
do. When shopping for a place to buy
FROM PAGE 1 or build your dream getaway, be sure
there's plenty of accessibility to popular
snowbound men and women stuck in activities like boating, fishing, diving,
the throes of winter. surfing, canoeing, or kayaking.
Affordability. A dream home stays a Proximity to other hotspots. Even
dream for many people because of the if you're looking for a place to simply
misconception that it is beyond their unwind, a dream home's proximity to
financial reach. "While a seaside villa hotspots or other exotic locales never
in Italy might never be a reality, there hurts. Port St. Lucie, for example, offers
are places where it is still affordable to all a vacationer needs to relax and
own and maintain a vacation home," unwind, and it's only 90 miles from the
says Andrew Nadalin, President of Pace Bahamas by boat and a short drive to
2000 Inc. Compared to neighboring Miami, Palm Beach and Orlando.
counties, St. Lucie County and Martin Proximity to major airports. Unless
County represent the piece of South you plan on living in your vacation
Florida that is still considered afford- home year-round, you'll want the
able. Endowed with the rich quality of home to be somewhere that's close to
life South Florida has to offer, both St. major airports. This makes it easier to
Lucie and Mrtin counties also.offer get to your home and flights won't be
and affordable cost-of-living vaca-, as expensive.
tioners will appreciate. More information on finding your

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access, spa, tennis courts, om $45,000 ID #LT30 PRIME CROOKED LAKE view on spacious kitchen, lots of screened, in town location;
shuffleboard, basketball, mini- PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. almost 5 Acres! "Like-New" cabinets, 1 car garage very close to Lake Reedy
golf, bocci ball, gym, library; OVER 1/2 AN ACRE OF 863-676-7040 3BR/2BA home with fireplace, could easily be converted Asking only $95,000.00
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PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE build the home of your om huge room to entertain, mas- bathroom, screen enclosed 0366 Keystone Realty
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om is located not far from the lot located in Beautiful Area of sinks/Jacuzzi/separate show- 0366, Keystone Realty 90 S Lake Moody Rd-
Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. Homes. Growing Region Cen- er/walk-in-closet, with all ther- Inc 863-635-0030 Lake Moody Access Enjoy
LAKEFRONT CONDO Nice 2 Owner is motivated and will trally Located between Winter mal windows/doors, formal 220 ft. of Lakefront View on
bedroom 2 bath lakefront consider all offers. Seller has Haven and Lake Wales. Par- dining, breakfast room, split Blue Jordan-Frostproof the Wide Water of Lake
condo with new carpet, paint, 2 additional parcels, listed for tially Cleared and ready to bedroom plan; attached 2 car ATTN. HORSE LOVERS Moody. This charming 4 br;
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dishwasher. Also has ample PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. Reduced-to $24,900 id #cc garage/workshop, & 610 ft Equestrian 4 bedroom 3.5 plan sits in 3.37 acres.
kitchen cabinet space, all 863-676-7040 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE deep well witt 7.5 horse bath ranch style home with Plenty df room to expand,
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863-676-7040 SCOUT ROAD Near the Acres of Beautiful Woods in Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062 with toilet and sink. Sepa- plus a carport. 4/2. home
www.primeplusrealestate.c Kissimmee Chain of Lake and deed restricted community to Estelle Sullivan Realty rate large RV covered stor- Asking $199,000 Other
om State Park. Owner is motivat- build your new home! Not too 109 N Scenic Hwy age shed, fenced pastures. wise Best Offer! Call Fred
ed and will consider offers. far from Public Boat Ramp Frostproof FI Asking $299,000 Call 863-257-2210, Keystone
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2 STORY CONDO 3 Bed- a beautiful piece of land in vated and will look at all Rea- GEORGEOUS 3BR/3BA home stone Realty Inc. 863-
room 1.5 bath 2 story condo such an amazing area. Owner sonable Offers! $39,900 id# with screened Pool and porch 635-0030 15 C Street 3 bedrooms,
end unit located near Lake has 2 other parcels available; 11209 PRIME PLUS REAL with new pool liner/pump & fil- 2 baths, with pool and one
Jackson, reduced to listed as $15,000 ID #24 ESTATE INC (863) 676- ter, formal living & dining 2616 Sand Pine Trail- bedroom garage apartment.
$39,900 ID #305 PRIME PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE 7040. www.primeplus- rooms, breakfast room, family Extremely nice 4 bedroom 2 Wood floors, fireplace, nice
PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. INC. 863-676-7040 room, kitchen includes newer bath oversized double wide front and back screened
863-676-7040 www.primeplusrealestate.c granite counter tops, warming mobile home has formal liv- porches. Asking
www.primeplusrealestate.c om LAKE FRONT ON LAKE drawer/ice machine/island, ing room with built in tv unit, $138,900 Call Wesley @
om WALK IN WATER, Just Over double garage, 2 sheds, dining room with built in cor- Keystone Realty, Inc 863-
1.29 ACRES WITH 5 Acres, Partially Wooded, newer roof and located walk- ner cabinets, eat-in kitchen 635-0030
MOBILE HOMES FRONTAGE ON BOY Private Location, Dead End ing distance to everything in w/ bar, family room, master
SCOUT ROAD Near the Street. Great Price! $49,900 downtown Frostproof ASKING suite has large walk in clos 1909 S. Lake Reedy Blvd
MANUFACTURED HOME Kissimmee Chain of Lake and id# Lt22 $167,500 etbath room withtub and 4 bedroom 2 bath on over
This 3 bedroom 2 bath double State Park. Owner is motivat- PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062 separate shower, 3'x' 3/4acres ith 100' of Lake
wide is on almost 5 acres of ed and will consider offers. 863-676-7040 Estelle Sullivan Realty metal dream barn, perfect Reedy frontage. Dock, Boat
land. The kitchen has a pass Don't miss this chance to own 109 N Scenic Hwy for RV & boat storage plus house, large screened
through window, breakfast a beautiful piece of land in Frostproof FI plenty of space leftover for porch overlooking the lake.
hro indfpiece of land in ABSOLUTELY beautiful 3BR workshop/Man Cave, or Wood kitchen cabinets 'and
bar, and island. This home such an amazing area. Owner home on 4+ Acres! Fenced & H P convert it into a large horse granite countertops. Needs
has a large walk-in closet, has 2 other parcels available; feced HOME PLUS Rentals! 2BR barn All for a low price of a little TLC Asking
front & back porch, and it's listed for $15,000 ID #14 barn/pens/water tubs/feed 2BA (could easily be 3BR), fire- $136,900. OBO Call $299,000 Call Fred 863-
fully fenced; listed for PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE troughs, second barn (where place, FRm, screen porch, Michelle 528-1136, Key- 257-2210 or Keystone
$74,900 ID #208 PRIME INC. 863-676-7040 well is located), 30x35 agri- HUGE WORKSHOP, 2 M.H. stone Realty Inc 863- Realty, Inc 863-635-
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2 BEDROOM 2 BATH man- acre located in Babson Park. room/tray ceiling with Frostproofllan bor double wide on 5 acres nate flooring, ceramic tile
ufactured home with a break- Property is already cleared recessed lighting, dining area www.EstelleSullivancom of fenced land ideal for hors- kitchen and bathroom, CHA,
fast bar, pantry closet, Florida and is just waiting for you to with view of woods, huge JUST LISTED! "FIXER es or cows, Asking only updated light fixtures, car-
toom, front screened porch, build the home of your 'country' kitchen is 'loaded UPPER!" -Frame home with $80,000. OBO Call Wes- port, fenced in back yard
and 1 vehicle carport with dreams. Ownership provides with cabinetry and counter siding, 3BR 1BA (remodeled), ley 863-528-4265 at Reduced Asking
workshop/laundry area; deeded access Crooked space/all appliances and two living room, dining room (par- Keystone Realty Inc. $59,900.00 OBO Call
reduced to $29,900 ID Lake. Asking price is $9,000 huge pantries! Other ameni- tially remodeled kitchen), Michelle 528-1136, Key-
#6353 PRIME PLUS REAL per lot. Owner will consider ties are floored storage area inside laundry room w/d hook- 9 Keenan Way-Three full stone Realty Inc 635-
ESTATE INC. 863-676- offers. ID#1012 PRIME in attic, all ceramic tile floor- up, detached garage/work- baths for each of the three 0030
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vice/wired for generator/RV 109 N Scenic Hwy
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to be completed. May have up your home and have access walk-in-tiled shower/storage LAKE VIEW & Dock on
to 6 office spaces, reception to Walk-in-Water Creek, and a walk-in-closet (built-ins). Reedy Lake! 4BR/2.5BA
area, 2 conference / meeting access to lake depends to There is an Artesian well AND "remodeled" home plus work-
rooms and two 1/2 baths. water levels, lot approx. 2.56 ROSALIE LAKE ACCESS AT shop, fenced yard, water &
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age area with overhead door; #L22 PRIME PLUS REAL IT ALL & MORE! $97,500 "LISTINING TO
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ek Wh Realty, oInc 8 8 Call Estelle @863-632-2062 Spacious kitchen has man Kraft $25,000! Cash offers. all:
22 Blue Jordan Road- 1103 or 863-635-0030 Estelle Sullivan Realty Maid cabinetries (lots of special 863-944-7222. Haines City- STUDIO
Sacute ce fenced wh sg icey fe- bck yrd se, Ig screen g, o3R/2.5BA (half o th BREEZE HLL APARTMENT i n Grenelefe
n bath ck S ared Asg td dnngroom weae wwwbuilt ph.P a D between garage and home for ON WALK-IN-WATER LAKE golf community located on
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cat$edral ceiling open living, g ae:3bedroom/1 bath con- LOADED with amenities: 3BR (heated/cooled) 2 car garage, activities, heated pool, lake- ingl. as a spacious deck
dining and kitchen area. crete block home, carport, &3BA 19 ft ceilings in great screen porch overlooking Lake frontage, 2 docks, boat slips, with great view, a large bath-
Kitchen has ceramic tile, l fenced back yard utility roomAitchen/ foyer! Granite Reedy, huge master suite has its shuffle board courts and roomand a Murphy bed to
white cabinets, double oven, shed, roof a/c and windows firepaclaminate &tile floor- own master bath with a corner paved roads. save space. Two different
two pantry closets, and less than five years old Ask- insome granite window Jacuzzi, separate shower, linen golf courses to choose from
dishwasher. Attached dou- ing only $59,000.00 Call sills/sLirround sound inside & closet, water closet a k- 9078 Lake Point Blvd. rhtoutside your back door.
workshop with a half bath all stoe Realty 863-635- &flor est control/walk-in- porch ASKING $35,900. ol rices, Incy a63-6-
on two separate 1 Acre lots 00308 Org closets inw all bedrooms/for- CLINCH Lgarage iaB home 2.4 or visit www.Lega-
onthed corner with paved mal dining room/breakfast with separatled BR/rBA, living 9186 Lake Point Blvd. u e
roads. Asking nook/office/double garage area for guests or ffie2nds! ome 2BR/1.5BA, carport, well kept,
$187,500.00 Call PLUS 3 bedrooms upstairs has vaulted great room with living newer kitchen, workshop in Lake Wales/Highland
Michelle 528-1136, Key- a. ete blok TISE cand one bath with tub/shower area/dining/a porh tchlo o back, carport & patio ASKING Parkw 2BR/ 2BA conda situ-
stone Realty Inc. 635- b & two separate vanity areas, hbned(oak castersUiteh s shufl e $49,900 ated on the first hole of the
0030 pa, ad l a fe Master Suite downstairs withJacuzes, sesplite s er lin golf course and features
ble garag, de l i Jacud le i tub/separate/ show-w k tsey Lcrl R 9213 Lake Point Blvd. brand new carpet in bed-
105 Snooks Wardlaw The Classatcis er/dual sinks, make-up haskit S e 50 c inl 2BR/2BA well kept, do- roomns, tile floors throughout
Road-3/2 like new concrete R area/sitting bench & 2 walk-in- seawall dock anid MORE blewide with carport ASKING the rest of the condo and a
block home, next to Ben Hill LAKE WALES 4BR/1BA .closets. Office/laundry EXTRAS! ASKING335,00 $51,900 courtyard. awn

on two separatehas an oversized storage microwave & convection oven newer kitchen cabinets & appli- storag shedCo with ing Services, Inc 863-676-
Si on room that coud be conrt so ch more 4BR/3BA to ances, nice s pantrye wih ice eerving 9186 Lae COPAind )0.24 or visit www.Lega-
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$187,5e t 2 Inside utility room, fenced access ASKING $249,999 side kitchen, RV port, privacy e ASKILake Wales/Highl$ andT I
bath double wide with living backyard with "man cave" Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062 fenced, private road open to Dec 2013! AING 74,9 Frostpof-LAKEFRONT LIV-
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iserami tile cathroughout, ":$.ce Large B! Hil l come with water & sewer Lake Reedy. Newer paintand
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well, citV 'f water 'Concrete gated mature lawn, dog CALL 877-4696610 back porch and 2 car
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Colony Ave-Frostproof COLONIALSQUARE North Carolina Mountain Driver- Recession Proof Medical Management Careers
'1 concrete block home APARTMENTSQU Lakefr'ont lots. New gated t s Freight. Plenty of miles. Need;d start here Get connected
2/1 concrete block home APARTMENTS
w/carport, central heat & SPRING SPECIALS waterfront community. Dock- refresher?- No out-of-pocket online. Attend college on your
air, fenced in back yard 1 and 2 Bedroom apts with able lots with up to 300' of tuition at FFE. $1000 Bonus' own time. Job placement
600.00/month, 1st & Sec. central a/c and heat, large -shoreline, Low isurance, Low for CO's & $1500 Incentive 'assistance. Computer avail-
all Michelle 2 6 foor plans big closets property -tax. Call Now for O/'s. recruit@ff -able. Financial Aid if qualified-
& 5REE. ATER (800)705 253 P.i W:T (855)356-7121 -: Call (800)481-9409
100 Overocker-Circle- cStartingait $475/ month EMPLO V EN Driver-Drivers choose
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block home, central heat & Call 24/7: 866-485- 2001 HELP WANTED Regional, OTR or Express experience necessary, we
air, all appliances included 4961 :Home? Lanes, Full or Part-time, CDL- train. New Swarovski Crystal
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all Cindy 528-0366. L k in the Top Pay & 401K Great Equp- ence required. (800)414- tal. $500 TO $5,000/MONTH
in t e m rent & Benfefits 2 Mos. C 9569 (407)295-1522 kontactkelly-
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linens, cable. $750/month. Convenient location, must go. 4.5 acres withdout- N C r LLC ---- ivers A o B
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per a nt3 Call y l 2 '-48'- home or cabin. (828)394- Trucks. Need 2 months CDL-A HOME SEVERAL NIGHTS & experience to transfer motor
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tenants use at no additional Well/Pump/partly cleared Prime location;10K sq ft shop CDL DRIVERS Great Pay! D Probslem 100% PaidCDL S
charge. Convenient to Hwy. $19,900. w/14ft overhead doors.1500 Tons of Texas Frac work Traini mmediate Benefits .DL
6or Training. Immediate Benefits.
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allowed. Rent includes water $18,000. $1500 mo. security.863-paid benefits! Must have bulk Earn up to 49C0 er mile! Ol VM
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Haines City IBR/1BA :. '. CDL-A Drivers'- Relocate for .CRSTcom : Ii
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nished, right down to the -IN FROSTPROOF -.. INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY Oilfield work! Great compa- EarnUp to $51cpm!! CDL- OTR DRIVERS- Food Grade
dishes! Spiral staircase 2+ Ac $12,000; ny/Paid benefits! Must have -A Drvers' ankr & Dry an Tank Drivers. CDL- tnR
leads:to loft for additional 1 Ac $10,000; COMMERCIAL PROPER- buk pneumatic trailer exper- positions available, .1 year endorsement, Good MVR &
space.- Large back porch Three parcels 1 Ac each TIES :ence. Call today! (800)491- OTR experience, Good MVR & Hazmat within 90 days
overlooks chamnpionship $15,00O/parcel;. Two Buildings with ma total of 9029 work history needed. Call required. Up to 42cpm
Grenelefe golfcourse. Gelt A3+ACt $25,000 6 units with 4 under lease.-. .' (877)882-6537: or apply w/additional mileage incen-
-a social memrbership for '8+ Ac $58,900; Highway frontage, all in good CDL-A DRIVERS. Central Flori- tives & benefits.; (877)882-
iaccess to pool and tennis condition. ASKING $150,000 da company seeks Solo & 1AEv--rrSTE'1 6537 or www.oakleytrans-
courts. Laundry facility and LOTS WITH LAKE VIEW OR : eam Drivers. Tank and Dry : -
ro shop on premises.: No ACCESS Lake Reedy Central .Business District. Van positions offering some FRAC SAND HAULERS with.
pets allowed -$00 mo.; Estates l Building 2310 SF ASKING regional. lyr OTR/Good MVR complete bulk pneumatic rigs Pharmacy Tech registered
Kris Bender NEW LISTING! Lake Reedy $65,000 OBO required. (877)882-6537 or only; Relocate to Texas for or certified in Frostproof.Call
Bender Realty, LLC Estates 1 acre lot, paved Tons of work. Great'compa- Art772-529-1515.
863-223-8708 road, Lake Access, cleared COMMERCIAL BUILDING C -LAIMS ADJUSTERS ny/pay. Gas cards/Quickl ay Ma
863-521-9421 Cell dive and homesite!Verywood- LOTS ASKING $36,000 NEEDED due to active Storm avai' ( : Exerienced *in managin
Sed! ASKING $18,500; Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062 Season. JEL's 5-day Boot Heat & Air JOBS -Ready to staff working w/ children
rRI." Heat & Air staff working tw
Classified = Sae Acre backs up t range Estelle Sullivan Reaty Camp, Nations #1 harnd work? 3 week -accelerated Must be able to work 40hrs
Sgrove ASKING $9, 109 N Scenic Hwy t c prepare o igh program. Hands on environ- per. wk. Also seeking Ast
City lot, wa wer, lake wwwEst&eanai v ele
S1300 DUPLEXES FOR RENT City lot, water & sewer, lake www.E Incomea .ELTraining:m : ntnns a tr n e0;eJbific ::Mnager o 1 SaantHelprs fo
^ view, home only $23,900 .-Companiswtng ti nsand LtAssistance! (8 Plac i"Sso al oal promotion at
Lake Side close in. (863)-676- LAKE FRONT LOT Located on Hwy. 27 in Lake Apply at ,g St Email VirginLa h at
6201... 1 Acre n LakeReedy 156 Wales on a corner lot. Apply atShootingStar
ft lake frontage ASKING Zoned CE, existing block 18 Wall St Frostproof JUST GRADUATE? Play in nm
1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT $139,000 building has mid-size-garage 863-635-9700 Vegas, Hang in LA, Jetto N.w,
e Waes-2br/lba. A CallEstelle @ 863-632-2062 with; two o.arage doors, -- York! Hiring 18-24 girls/guys SPORTS WRITER: We are
Lake Wales-2br/ba. Across Estellt Sullivan Realty flobby, "ffee~iad three CYPRESS TRUCK LINES $400-$800 wkly.. Paid looking for someone who
from Lake. Nice locati 109 N Scenic Hwy restrooms; or build to suit. Home Weekends! Southeast expenses. Signing Bonus. Call likes football as well as cov-
S450 a month. Call 863-632- F proof F Sale includes adjacent par- Regional, Top Pay & Great (877)259-6983 eringlocal sportsmmedi-
1481. eSui .om cel for total: Ef3/4 acre. Benefits! 6 Months TT exp ate opening for a freelance
481.moimltoelyC -' e chain-link CDL with clean MVR. Call Medical Billing Trainees writer to cover high school
fenced. Owner will finance (800)545-1351 Needed! Hospitals & Insur- football games on Friday
with a sizable down pay- ance Companies hiring now! night for Saturday's paper
ment. Asking $185,000. D No experience? Local Training for the Lake Wales High
Kris Bender mDRIVER- Not getting enough & Job Placement available! HS and Fort Meale High foot-
d Bnderea.LC miles? Join Knight Transporta- Grad or GED & Computer ball teams. The job is a
P & A T708 tion and increase your 2I- 7e: needed. (888)589-9677. tight deadline on Friday
6With our steadi frei, w New,: night for Saturday's paper.
8-9211-9421 Cell Trucks! -CDL-A 3: oths MEDICAL BILLING
Anationwidelawsuit hasbeen-filed _nd is pendingih There would also be assign-
nationwide lawsuit has been filed andispend i th asTRAINEES NEEDED! Hospi- ments for advance stories
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2003 Chevrolet Cavalier 2008 Honda Civic 2DR CPE 2011 Ford Fusion SEL. oo n T
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 passenger. Stock# P7573A. 4dr Sedan. Country Touring Mini-Van. matic'5-speed. Black. 4-cylin- P4981. 4-cylinder 2.5L 4cyls. $23,997 White Stock#
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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.
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1999 GMC Suburban 4DR 2003 Chevrolet S-10 Ext White Automatic. $4,999 2008 Hyunai S 2011 Mazda Mada 3. 4dr. COUNTRY STK# RF68
2WD 1500. Price $3,999, Cab 123" WB LS. $9,999. Stock# 416108. Passenger Limited. Price $11,999 Sdn. Auto I Touring. $15;489. LIGHT BLUE $26877
Stock#: P5121A. 8-cylinder White. Stock# J3892. Auto- Van 4-spd, 4-cyl 150 hp hp Stock#: 13481A. 6-cylinder Gray. Automatic. Stock#: LEATHER DUAL PWR SLID
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2012 Chevrolet Cruze.
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1999 Mustang GT Saleen too! Price reduced to only 2013 Dodge Avenger SE
Convertible, 5spd, V, 124K, 2003 Che S-10, Auto 2005 Hummer H2 SUT. Call 2009 BMW 5 A 4dr $14,439! Call Joe today at Sedan.16,600. Black. Stock
Beautiful car, No mec prob- 4cyl, A/C, 15,779, white. for price. Stock#: P5127. 8- 301. $25,899. Black. Stock# Auto Ranch USA at 63- #CC1597. Call Sorensen &
em, clean car fax $89,850i N Carry ONLY cylinder 6.0L V8. Automatic 4- C1139. Automatic. Call 863- 633-9761. Schade. 800-639-5337.
OBO. Call Bob at 863-324- Cash hite. Kelle's Used 665-2800. ,
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J's Auto Mart Cars. 63-269-0977.
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863-676-5283 2012. Chevrolet Malibu .-
2L2. Price $19,995. Stock#: 2013 FORD EDGE LTD
2009 Chevrolet HHR FWD. P5083. Silver 6-cylinder 3.6L STK# RFO671A BLACK
r 2006 GMC Sierra 1500 4dr LT W/ 1LT. Red. Automat- V6. Automatic 6-speed. Kel- $29877. LEATHER, POWER
SLT. Red. Automatic 4-speed. ic. Stock#: J3779 -$11,290. ley's Used Cars. 863-269- PKG, LOCAL TRADE. Alan Jay
Price $17,980. Stock#: Call 863-665-2800. 0977. Ford Sebring. CALL
A2000 Ford ExploreC r S P5040. 8-cylinder 5.3L V8. JONATHAN 863-271-9590.
Auto, 6 cyl, A/C, 154,119, 2003 Chsler PT Crus ie Kelle's Used Cars. 863-269-
$2,220. Touring SUV. $5,600. White.
Cash N Carry ONLY Stock# P7774. 2.40 2.4L 4 ;097 f
or Layaway cylinder SMPI DOHC 16V. Call or
J's Auto Mart Cannon's Car City 863-.
16580 Hwy 27 248-8665. 2009 Hyundai Sonata 4dr
Lake Wales, FL Sdn 14 Auto Gls. $8,999. 2012 Chevy Malibu LT. Hallmark enclosed trailer.
863-676-5283 Green. Automatic Stock#: Loaded & very nice w/.leather, 24ft long 8ft wide, & 8ft high.
2006 Hyundai Elantra 4dr C142. Call 863-665-2800. only 29K miles! Retail price $4500. Call 863-699-9701.
sdn GIs Auto. $8,459. Red. $19,999, price reduced to just
Automatic. Stock#: J3869. $17,900. Call Joe at Auto
Call 863-665-2800. Ranch USA at 863-633-
2003 Lincoln LS V8Sedan. 9761.
2000 Nissan Maxima 4dr $5,000. 4dr. 3.90 3.9L V8
Sdn Gxe Auto. $8999. Gold. DOHC 32V. 5-speed select 2009 PONTIACSOLSTICE Nissian Cube 2009. 1
Automatic. Stock#: J3871 shift. Automatic. Silver. Stock# STK# F106184C BUR- owner. 56,000 miles. Black.
AlKmarc.Sock#'537 P7577A. Call Cannon's Car b. $1,8988 Nothing is2wro ig w/ the car..

Call 86- 3-6654 2800. City 20406 Me0,0 Gran Marh 8t o- wi1-
City 83-248-8665. 2006 Mercury Grand Mar- CONVERTIBLE, CHROME, 21K $10,000. frm onrice. 863-241-
S 1s LS Sedan. 8 7,9-95 MILES LOCAL TRADE. Alan Ja 7609. LW.
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2003 Mitsubishi Montero Stock# CC1596. 2DR. Call Check the
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Sedan.Black. $4,289. Stock# MPG: 17 City21--Highway. Call Trac XLT 4.OL. Price Auto (Natl) $15,999. Blue. of
with Overdrive, GRAND SPORT, 551-8041. cylinder V6. Automatic 5- Call 863-665-2800. your
and VALUE PLUS. Call Can- speed. Blue. Kelley's Used Fingertips!
nn's Car City 863-248- C Cars. 863-269-9. 2012 Ford Edge SEL Price

non's248.86. 639r03-76.
8665. Employ Classified!- $26,495. Stock#: P5120. 6-
cylinder 3.5L V6. Automatic 6- 7260 AUTOS WANTED
41nrspeed. Kelley's Used Cars.
2e 2010 Dodge. -Ram 1500 863-269-0977. Ai Autos Bought with or withI
2003 Volkswagen Passat. SLT. A real working truck, m out title any condition, year,
Gray. Automatic. Atmi$7,499.ret a make or model. We pay up to
2002 Chevrolet Impala, Stock# 274699. 4dr Front- 17ced to sell! Retail price make or model. We towinpay up
Burgundy, $6,999. Automat- wheel Drive Sedan, 5-spd, 4- 2007 FORD S 29,995. Reduced to just $20,000 and offer free towing
ic. Stock# 370208. 4dr cyl 170 hp engine, MPG: 21 STK# FC64710X TAN Auto Ranch USA at 863-, 2012 Ford F s/crew,
Sedan, 4-spd, 6-cyl 180 hp City30 Highway. Call Corona $19988. V-6, TOW PKG, 34K 633-9761. t e e. B CoA
engine, MPG: 21 City32 High- Auto Sales 863-551-8041. MILES LOCAL TRADE. Alan Jay F $24x34990O G.all O oe toda 7333 MISC.i BOATS
way. Call Corona.Auto Sales Ford Sebring. CALL er. super cleCan, eco-boost,
63551-8041. JONATHAN 863-271-9590. with Classifiedmiles. $3197 Cal 17ft Pontoon boat. 40 hp
withClassified!I Gene Davisu Alan 8 7 Ford motor.- New trolling motor fish
Wauchula 863-77&-3992._ finder. Asking $4,000. Call
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S Silver. green, $6,994. Stock# JON BOAT, 14ft. 6hp John-
2002 Ford Mustang. Blue. C13112A. 4dr Sedan. 3.60 2007 Pontiac G6 Base son w/ galvanized trailer. 28#
Automatic. $6,499. Stock# 3.6L V6 WT. 5- speed Auto- Sedan. $8,249. 4dr. 2.40 2010 expedition limited thurst trolling motor. Live well.
167623. 2dr Coupe, 5-spd, 6- matic with over drive. Call ECOTEC 2.4L 14 MPI. 4- 4x4. one owner. Silver, 73500 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee $1200 Call 863-899-2648
cyl 190 hp engine, MPG: 20 Cannon's Car City 863- speed. Automatic with over- miles. $26450:00. : Gene Overland SUV. $34,995. 73 CYCLESMPEDS
City29 Highway. Call Corona 248-8665. drive. Green. Stock# P7780. Davis, Alan Jay : Ford Blue. Stock# CD4089. Call 7360 CYCLESMOPEDS/
Auto Sales 863-551-8041. Call Cannon's Car city 863- Wauchula. 86377-3992. Sorensen & Schade. 800- SCOOTERS
S248-8665.... 639-5337. 1986 Honda Helix
.. Scooter. GoodCondition -
Runs Great.
2004 Chrysler Town &Maroon. $600.00
Country Touring Minivan/ -2010 Ford Fusion Sedan. Call 696-7370
2002 Infiniti QX4 Van. $5,600. 4dr. 3.80 3.8L Very clean, w/ nly 30K miles!
2002 Infiniti QX4 L3xury V6 OHV. 4-speed. Automatic. 2008 Dodge Durango Lim- Great MPG! Was $16,800, 2012 Nissan Rogue SV 7370 CAMPERSI
SUV. 7,800. 4dr. 3.503.5L Butane Blue .Stock# ited SUV. $15,997. Silver. Reduced to only S14,995. SUV. $18,900. Black. Stock# TRAVELTRAILERS
V6 DOHC. 4-speed Automatic B14002A. Call Cannon's Car Stock# C5027A. Call Call Joe today at Auto CD4097. Call Sorensen & TRAVELTRAILERS
with override. Dark Blue. City863-248-8665. Sorensen & Schade. 800- Ranch USA at 863-633- Schade. 800-639-5337.
Stock# P7788. Call Can- 639-5337. 9761.
non's Car City 863-248- I Classified.= Sales

2012 Nissan Sentra Sedan. EASY TOW trailer for even
2008 FORD EDGE 2011f150 s/crew. 4x2 xlt, Save BIG on this economical, small trucks/ SUVS! 2011
25 s o e F 3 clean. 5.0 v8. clean car-fax. like-new Nissan! MUST GO- CruiserRV Fun Finderx,
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Suv. $11,990. Gold. Automat- pie. Automatic. Stock#: LOCAL TRADE. Alan Jay Ford $23499.00. Gene Davis, Alan $13,756! Call Joe today at $16,999 asking below NADA. -
ic. Stock#: J3859. Call 863- J3684B. Call 863-665- Sebring. CALL JONATHAN Jay Ford Wauchula. 863- Auto Ranch USA at 863- 863-465-1403. Bowling
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