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Rooney covers Daniel saves his


some of the big grandmother
i u du it Five-year-old Alturas boy helps
issues during visit
rescue fallen grandmother

Congressman meets with Frostproof By L JEF ROSLOW
JROSLOW@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
leaders, residents _last week Brenda Smothers was babysitting
S-By BILL ROGERS her 5-year-old grandson Daniel, and
BROGERS@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM the child was jumping up and down
on the bed.
Frostproof Vice Mayor Diana "I told him to get off the bed ... Mimi
Webster-Biehl said U.S. Rep. Tom did not feel well," she remembered.
Rooney was "very engaging" and had a He was holding a pencil and she
"good perspective on complex issues." tolp he bounced ito her A he a
stopping he bounced toward her and
Mayor Anne Dickinson said Rooney she reached for him.
answered a lot of questions about "I don't know if he jumped but I
what they are doing in Washington." lost my balane," she said. was
The Republican who represets part standing there nonchalant and next
of Polk County that includes Frostproof thing I knew hewas on me and fell Daniel Toro
came to town last week and talked (tothe ground)." "When she fell, he said I'm sorry,
about the Farm Bill and Obamacare Brenda remembers she could not I'm sorr and she started to cry be-
among other things with a small move. There were no broken bones cause of the pain, Daniel's mother,
group of people in Frostproof City Hall from the fall on that day of Oct 19, Cathy Toro, said.
Community Room. but Brenda wound up at Spring Lake But Brenda said she stopped crying
Rooney's visit was set up by local Rehabilitation Center for two weeks. because she didn't want to scare
Realtor Estelle Sullivan. It came about The shock from the situation and Daniel and she needed Iis help.
as a result of a "direct request" from Brenda's reaction had Daniel crying but Daniel retrieved the cellphone
PHOTO BY K.M. THORNTON SR. another member of Congress. only for afew minutes. Brenda asked from his parents' room where it was
Sullivan said she received a phone Daniel to get his father's cellphone, call
U.S. Congressman Tom Rooney paid a visit to his mother and get some help. DANIEL 14
Frostproof last week. ROONEY 14

Assistant principal finds BHG Jr. Florida's Natural continues

Elementary 'fabulous' to overcome challenges
By BRIANACKLEY Less fruit, less juice drinkers;
By BRIAN ACKLEY
BACKLEY ,HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM bigger profits for Lake Wales firm
Just ask Linda Rodriguez about her short time By BRIAN ACKLEY
at Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Elementary, and an engaging BACKLEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM
smile quickly spreads across her face. The perceived doom and gloom surrounding the state's
"It's a fabulous school. I enjoy that it's very com- citrus future isn't having much impact on one of the city's
munity based," she said. "I've noticed that, wow, largest private employers.
there's a lot of community involvement, outreach In fact, there's hardly been a better time to be part of the
to parents, and I think that's something that's Florida's Natural Growers Cooperative, according to com-
right up my alley, something I have a passion for, pany officials who Monday hosted the 80th annual meeting
bringing in families and serving the students as a PHOTO BY BRIAN ACKLEY for Citrus World Inc. member stockholders.
whole. I'm really excited to be here." Linda Rodriguez, new assistant principal at Ben Hill Griffin Chief Financial Officer William Hendry told several
principal on Sept. 30, after school'sending eight years Jr. Elementary School, helps students in the media center hundred growers, processors and others related to the
principal on Sept. 30, after spending eight years with their reading. Students, from left: Malasha Pinion, citrus industry who gathered at Lake Wales Country Club
in the classroom and lastyearlearning how to Wanya Clayton, Makayla Cobb, Harper Henson and Angel the 2013 fiscal year, which ended Aug. 31, was a very strong
become an effective administrator as part of the av one,
county school district's program to groom future Chavez. "The 2013 season might wellbe remembered for
principals. having the mentality of coming in and learning the number of records broken," Hendry said, noting
"I think the biggest thing for me, as a class room the culture. I know as a teacher I really got to
teacher and now administrator, are relationships, RODRIGUEZ 114 CHALLENGES 114
HELPING MADDIE POLK STATE COLLEGE HOLIDAY CUISINE
Afundraiser Stressless
o for the Founda- holiday
Stion Angelman cooking and
Syndrome Thera- baking
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Page 2 The News Wednesday, November 13, 2013



Teaching all the book, and more


Professor uses personal experience to enhance learning

By ANDREW LOYD KING He added, "I'm seventy years old.
SPECIAL TO THE LAKE WALES NEWS If I didn't enjoy it, then I wouldn't
keep doing it. It keeps me alive."
The students from past classes are
Not every teacher can leave a mentioned by others who have PolkState
lasting impression on their stu- known them in class, and Falconer College
dents. Professor Arthur Falconer, is proud to say he taught them. Professor Art
the Cultural Geography teacher Those men and women who have Fakoner.
at J.D. Alexander is one of the few attended his classes are set on the
who does. Despite more than forty right path of success in what they PHOTO BY
years in the teaching field, Professor truly want to do, because he will LEGH
Falconer keeps his lessons lively not let a student out of his class
and innovative. He gets his students without changing them for the
involved in class by finding ways to better.
relate what they have revealed about One such student was Martha
themselves and applying it to the Smith, the Student Services
current lesson. Specialist at J.D. Alexander. It was
Timothy Burns, a current student, 1974 and Professor Falconer was in
said that the class is enjoyable, his second year of teaching in Lake
different and engaging. Wales at Roosevelt Academy.
He describes Falconer as "free- He was teaching middle-school
lance." The way Falconer plans then and Martha Smith was in his
class, not by what he has written 7th class. Martha described his
or typed out in the lesson plan, but teaching style as "very animated."
by how the students are reflecting Falconer was very into his sub-
their gain of knowledge in his class ject and was never dry, she noted,
truly reflects Timothy's description. adding that he was the cool teacher
Another student, Dorothy Racicot, in school, and everyone looked for-
who has a military background, was ward to his class. She said Falconer
in the army for twelve years, first inspired her with his infectious
training in medical before moving interest and his class was the first
onto pharmacy. She brings a lot time she had become interested or
to the class because not only has involved.in politics. Smith summed
Dorothy been all over the world; she up what class with Falconer still
has also lived through some of the is like today when she said "You're
events that are covered in class. not always gonna get what's in the
One of the great features Falconer book, but you will get much more."
brings, to the table is his experience.
This is not limited to his more than
forty years of teaching. He has been
to places worldwide, and witnessed
firsthand things that would poten-
tially blow the mind of a non-ex-
plorer. He described the time he
visited the Machu Picchu temples
in Peru and how the long train ride
was rickety. He told the class about
the beautiful flowers that he saw
on the ride, and how when he was
at the ruins he spent an entire day
just walking around out of breath
and exhausted because of the high
elevation. He told the students "it's
the trip of a lifetime," and that he
would go back.
Dorothy said, "It's always good
how he has been places I have been,
and hearing what's going on in those
places."
The way Falconer utilizes his
wisdom gives another dimension
to teaching; it is one that makes
learning effortless and enjoyable.
Falconer not only keeps his
teaching personal, he. also keeps it
up to date.
Instead of repelling technology, he
embraces it for what it can be. In the
middle of class, a question comes
up for which the textbook does not
have an answer. The professor tells
his students that they must Internet
search it on their cellphones. Then a
barrage of answers comes forth. The
students without their own Internet
accessing device can look at a part-
ner's phone. Then once enough use-
ful information has been searched ACHIEVING YOUR G ALS JUST GOT EASIER.
up, everyone has the opportunity I
to comment. The activities come up Whether you are a teacher ready to advance your career or you
roughly twice a class period, and in
those two times, the modern world COLLEGE are thinking about switching careers to become a teacher, the
around the students informs them Florida Southern College online M.Ed. program will provide you
of modern applications or ideas R E G I STE R TODAY with the knowledge and skills to become a classroom innovator
relating to the topic. with the owledge and skills to bec a clsso inn
When asked what he gets out of www.flsouthern.edu/med
teaching, Falconer replied honestly, 863.680.6276 and leader in the field--quickly and conveniently.
saying "I get enjoyment out of it. ...
I'm just sharing what I know."




Wednesday, November 13,2013 The News Page 3


Proposed natural gas pipeline


Open house set for Thursday in Lake Wales

By BILL ROGERS generated by natural gas power If regulatory approvals and are asked to visit the company's
BROGERS@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM plants. Natural gas has many ad- permitting on the current sched- website floridasoutheastconnection.
vantages. It's the cleanest fossil fuel, ule, construction of the Florida com or call (855) 327-2660 for more
The public is invited to learn abundantly available in the U.S. and Southeast Connection pipeline will information.
more about a natural gas pipeline more affordable than imported oil., begin in 2016, creating hundreds of
that could go through eastern Polk However, as of now, the state has direct and indirect jobs in the five
County. only two major pipeline systems to counties along its proposed route.
Florida Southeast Connection deliver the natural gas necessary The pipeline will extend from
LLC will be hosting an open house to generate power for millions of Kissimmee to Martin County.
to talk about the proposed pipeline residents and businesses through-- The company went on to say "this
route and receive input from the out Central and South Florida. As important.infrastructure investment
community. The open house will be Florida's economy improves and the would produce millions of dollars
held from 5 to 7 p.m. this Thursday. needs of Floridians grow, the addi- in new tax revenue for local schools -
at the Polk State College Lake Wales tion of a new, underground system and governments, in addition to
Art Center, 1099 State Road 60. is essential to ensuring the state has supporting local businesses and
According to a press release, continued reliable access to natural jobs during the construction phase." for reading the
natural gas is a clean-burning, gas. The company has also scheduled
affordable, U.S.-produced fuel that This new system will comprise an open house on the pipeline from Heartlnd Newsp
is essential to Florida's economy. two new natural gas pipelines that 5 to7 p.m. today (Nov. 13) in Haines Hear nd nwspapers
Natural gas is a leading elec- will be built by private companies in City. The location is the Haines City/
tricity fuel source in the state, the years ahead following a thor- Lake Eva Banquet Hall, 799 Johns Lake Wales-Frostproof
Approximately 68 percent of ough regulatory and public review Ave. Bartow-FortMeade
the electricity Floridians use is process. Those who are unable to attend




























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VIEWPOINT


Issues plentiful for Crist, Scott to debate in '14

With the success of recent television shows campaign war chest.
"Once Upon a Time" and "Once Upon a Time in OurViewpoint Crist, in announcing his candidacy, claimed Scott
Wonderland," fairy tales have captured the imagina- would try to "bully me by waving around his $100
tion of TV audiences. million checkbook."
So, would it be too much of us to expect a clean, just wants to continue his political career. It should make for good theater. But what Florida
issue-oriented gubernatorial race in 2014? Or is But, Crist has always been likable and his term needs is solutions to so many problems the state
that wish another fairy tale in the making? Former as governor showed him to be a true moderate faces. We need candidates who will debate and take
governor Charlie Crist became the immediate -not the least bit appealing to those in the tea a stand.
favorite to represent Democrats against Gov. Rick party movement who boosted Scott into office and We want to hear about what each would do about
Scott in 2014 when he'announced his candidacy supported Marco Rubio's victory over Crist for a U.S. the sluggish business climate.
Monday. The potential head-on clash between Senate seat. We want them to debate who will pay for fixing
Scott, who can outspend any likely rival, and the Already, however, there are rumblings that signal Florida's roads and bridges.
popular ex-Republican-turned-Democrat Crist will where Scott and the GOP and Crist might take Growth management is another issue for the two
delight the media with all the potential storylines this campaign. The GOP leadership has pointed out candidates to address in 2014. Current laws will
and possibilities for attacks and dirty tricks, the weak employment history under Crist's term in limit how much control each county has over future
Our hope is that their strong personalities do not Tallahassee. And, as expected, they label Crist an growth. We would like to see that change.
overpower the issues that must be addressed. opportunist who turned his back on his party for The state's tax system, in our opinion, is broke.
Political pundits are already annointing Crist as the sake of returning to office. How can we fix it? There are so many issues that
Scott's opponent despite the fact the Democrats Scott is a lightning rod. Ultra conservatives and present tempting targets for debate.
have at least one other candidate in former state the tea party love him even though he angered Whoever represents the two parties in 2014
Sen. Nan Rich. Crist also will be challenged to some when he flip-flopped on accepting Medicaid should tackle these issues head-on and not make
convince potential campaign donors that he is a assistance from Congress. He has a fat wallet and the race a personal debate. Floridians will be the
true Democrat and not a Republican turncoat who already has raised tens of millions of dollars for his losers if that happens.

The enigma of Janet Yellen

She who is about to become the most
consequential woman in the history of Wi
American government will find it easier George Will
to be confirmed than it was to be nom-
inated as the next chair of the Federal .
Reserve Board. Janet Yellen probably
was the president's second choice, but
SenateDemocrats demonstrated their George Will can be contatedat
intention and ability to reject Larry georgewill@waspostcom
Summers.
Yellen, whose confirmation hearings
are expected to begin Thursday, is Yellen's confirmation will warm the
suited to be the most importantnomi- chilly heart of Wall Street, which fears
nation of Barack Obama's second term "tapering" slowing the $85 billion
(unless there is another Supreme Court per month pace of buying bonds, aka
vacancy). She is experienced and ac- printing money even more than
complished,, and she represents a broad it seemed to fear the possibility of a
swath of academic thinking about the default. She probably will continue,
power of monetary policy and the Fed's
proper roleiin wielding that power. WILL 5


All children above average

Halloween was the last day for Governors Association. Florida's Board the University of Hawaii. His wifeat,
Floridians to officially comment on Dereck of Education adopted them in 2010, was a grade school teacher, earned a
the Common Core. That is the na- by DunnRankin and they have been joined by 45 other Ph.D. and taught math teachers. Our
tional standards adopted by 46 states, nn- in states. sister Nancy Holmes taught algebra at
including Florida, as a grade-by-grade iFlorida schools have been moving to Saasota Higih And broter Jo aitax''
guide for expected educational teach to the standards, starting with the taught news writing at San Diego State
achievement. lower grades. The FCAT permits school University. Peter has written some
'All the children are above-average," achievement comparisons across the scholarly papers on how we grasp
Garrison Keillor says about his mythical state, but not the nation, information by reading. It is more
hometown of Lake Wobegon. The standards have had the strong complicated than you might think.
Florida doesn't quite make it. When endorsement of former Gov. Jeb Bush, What is the key to a greater achieve-
it comes to the nation's educational. their lawmakers. Now our democracy and been supported by both Democrats ment? I asked my brother. "The home
average, regarding achievement for seems to be faltering, and so is our and Republicans in our Legislature. environment is number one, and the
high school seniors, according to the educational system. Until recently, they also had the full skill of the teacher is the other," accord-
National Center for Education Statistics, Our high school graduates test 17th support of Gov. Rick Scott. However he ing to the professor. It is hard to play
Florida ranks just a tad below the among 50 leading nations. It is embar- recently has moved away from support- catch-up if there are no books in the
national average. For a number of years rassing and more than a little alarming. ing the standard achievement testing home or parental support. An inspired
we came from way back in the pack and Money and achievement don't seem being adopted by other states. It may teacher who can hold students' respect
were closing the achievement gap. Not to match up. The U.S. ranks fourth in save us some embarrassing compari- and engage their attention can make a
so in recent years. expenditures per pupil. Our money did sons. On the other hand, competing to huge difference.
The country's gap with other nations not buy us a top spot. Finland is num- outshine other states might be a good Common Core may help, but it
is more alarming. We once had the ber one, in what was once our place, thing, will not be the answer to creating the
world's most educated population. That In an attempt to change our slipping We talked education some last week world's best-educated citizens.
made sense for a democracy where standings, the Common Core State when I was visiting with my brother
all adults had the same vote as their Standards were developed by teachers Peter in California. He taught at Derek Dunn-Rankin is chairman of
neighbors, and which had eliminated and education experts across the Brookside in Sarasota before becoming the Sun Coast Media Group. He can be
the intermediaries between them and country, and endorsed by the National a professor and teaching teachers at reached at derekdr@sun-herald.com.

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Wednesday, November 13,2013 The News Page 5


The Inquiring

Photographer


President John Kennedy
was assassinated Nov. 22,
1963. How do you think
that affected our future?
Ravis Blalock Bethany Epps-Taylor Mary Luhr
Lake Wales Lake Wales Lake Wales
We were in the Vietnam War then. "I thought it was very sad. He was an "I was in Oth grade doing a religious
The next President (Lyndon) Johnson impressionable president who lost his paper in the local library in Penn-
who then took over wanted war. life too early" Bethany Epps-Taylor of sylvania when I heard the news and
Kennedy didn't want war. Johnson Lake Wales. we all were sent home. I think it was
had Kennedy assassinated. That's a shock for no president, in recent
what I think:' times, had been assassinated. Who
knows if he had lived what else would
have transpired. It affected all of us."

W ILL honestly convenient for the current whereas he actually suggested a pay economics professor, Oval Office tapes
Iadministration, members of the Senate cut and threatened to weaken and monetary data suggest that Nixon
Banking Committee should question him by expanding the Fed's Board of "demanded and Arthur Bums supplied
FROM PAGE 4 her about what she considers appro- Governors. an expansionary monetary policy and a
priate and inappropriate.- relations In his memoir "Six Crises," Nixon" growing economy in the run-up to the
perhaps even longer than the departing between a Fed chair and government's wrote that in March 1960 Burns, then 1972 election." Nixon carried 49 states.
Ben Bernanke would, the "quantitative political officers. The senators should a campaign adviser, called to warn There is no reason to doubt Yellen's
easing" that is "trickle-down econom- read "Inside the Nixon Administration: about an economic slowdown before intellectual integrity; there is reason to
ics" as practiced by progressives: Very The Secret Diary of Arthur Burns, the November election and to advocate wonder where she thinks the autono-
low interest rates drive investors into 1969-1974," and "How Richard Nixon increased defense spending to counter mous Fed now fits in the government.
equities in search of higher yields. This Pressured Arthur Burns: Evidence from this. Nixon never stopped treating The Fed seems to be evolving into a
supposedly produces a "wealth effect" the Nixon Tapes," by Burton A. Abrams Burns as a political asset. Nixon aide central economic planner with a roving
whereby the 10 percent of Americans in the Journal of Economic Perspectives John Ehrlichman, in his memoir commission to right social wrongs
who own about 80 percent of stocks (Fall 2006). "Witness to Power," described an Oct. such as unemployment. About this
will feel flush enough to spend and Various of Bums' diary entries 23, 1969, meeting between Nixon and Yellen talks with a humane passion that
invest, causing prosperity to trickle begin "President called and asked Burns shortly after Burns' nomination speaks well of her but is more suited to
down to the other 90 percent. The fact me to come over," "The meeting at as Fed chairman. Nixon said: "'Arthur, a political official.
that the recovery, now in its fifth year, Camp David," "President telephoned." I want you to come over and see me There is considerable congruence
is still limping in spite of quantitative Although Bums insisted "there was privately anytime. ... I know there's the between Yellen's economic theories
easing is, of course, considered proof of never the slightest conflict between my myth of the autonomous Fed ...' Nixon and the policy preferences of the
the need for more such medicine. doing what was right for the economy barked a quick laugh. '... and when you Democratic liberals who secured her
Easing serves two Obama goals. It and my doing what served the political go up for confirmation some senator nomination. They probably favor quan-
eiables the gowth of government by interests of RN," RN took chances. may ask you about your friendship titative easing forever, and consider
deferring its costs with cheap borrow- His speechwriter William Safire, in his with the president. Appearances are themselves her constituents. Is she
ing. And it redistributes wealth: By memoir "Before the Fall," recounts that going to be important, so you can prepared-to disappoint them?
punishing savers, it effectively transfers Nixon planted negative media stories call Ehrlichman to get messages to George Will is a columnist for The
iealth from them to borrowers. about Burns e.g., saying Burns me, and he'll call you.'" According Washington Post. Readers may reach
Althougl Yellen's convictions are was requesting a large pay increase, to Abrams, a University of Delaware him at georgewill@washpost. com.







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CALENDAR WELCOME TO YOUR COMMUNITY CALENDAR
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-B email news@lakewalesnews.com.
*Thursday, Nov. 14 Saturday, Nov.16 FREE BREAKFAST
American Legion Post 71 Meeting Reel Em In for Rotary, Camp Mack, F S
every second Thursday of each month, safe light to 2 p.m. $95 fee per boat TheeisaFree&rakfaatBStCaoniit8miteonthefitastandthirevemontfro
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Wales. Email Nigel at nigel.hil@wattsac. i
e-Reader Support Group for hands- com.
on assistance with the library's Lake Wales Care Center Golf Sunday, Nov. 17 Morrow, 863-412-6960 or email mike.
downloadable e-book collection,Center Golf wcc@gmail.com
oTournament, call 863-676-6678. Second day of Reel Em In for Rotary
OverDrive. No registration necessary. Fishing Tournament. See other listing.
Bring e4 rader and laptop. Kindle Mnday, NOV 25
users should know theii Amazon.com Lake Ashton Annual Ciaft Fair at
login and password. Main lobby at Clubhouse, 4141 Ashton Club Dr., Monday, Nov. 18 Friday, Nov. 29
2:30 p.m. Lake Wales. The craft fair will be open FL Blue" Zumba Gold" Class, 385 All Lake Wales Charter Schools are
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and admission Cyprss Gardens Blvd., WiterHaven. closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Lake Wales Charter School's Finance is free. Mondays at 5:30 p.m. and Fridays at 10 a.m.
Committee meeting, 7 a.m. at the .. -Call 863-291-0140 for more information. ETuesday, Nov. 26
LWCS Central Office, 130 E. Central American Legion Riders Meeting,
Ave. For more information, contact every third Saturday of each month. Pickleball Kirkland Gym on Grief Support Group with Good
Brian Fisher at 863-679-6560, ext. 223. May take rides after the meetings. E. Seminole Ave., 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Shepherd Hospice at Water's Edge of
Location: 43 W. Park Ave., Lake Wales, Event repeats on Mondays, Lake Wales, 10 Grove Ave., Lake Wales,
M Friday, Nov. 15 863-589-5689. 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Lake Wales Chamber of Commerce Battle of the Guns & Hoses pre- E Tuesday, Nov. 19 Thanksgiving Unity Service at First
membership luncheon at Eagle Ridge sented by Green & Gold Foundation, Free Tai Chi, every Tuesday at Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Mall, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 863-676- 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dinners $8 and Hot 5:30 p.m., Florida Blue, 385 Cypress
3445 for more information. Dog plates $2, music, children's activ- Gardens Blvd., Winter Haven. Call E Thursday, Nov. 28
BokTower Gardens Book Signingc ities, car show. Location: Candlelight 863-291-0140. Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy
Bok Tower Gardens Book Signing, Christian Academy, corner of SR17 Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy
5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Meet Kenneth Christian Academy corner of SR17 the Turkey Trot, register at www.
Treister and Gardens' president David (Scenic Hwy.) and Sessoms Ave., Lake Thursday, NOV. 21 FinalRaceManagement.com., 8 a.m. start
Price, the authors of "Bok Tower Wales. Alzheimer's Support Group ev- time, presented by Lake Wales YMCA.
Gardens: America's Taj Mahal," and ery third Thursday, Water's Edge,
have your book personally signed by Car Wash and Craft Show. There 10 Grove Ave. W., Lake Wales. Christian Science Church Thanksgiving
them during this after-hours event will be a Car Wash and Craft Show Charlmaine Waldrop, 863-678-6800. Day service, 10 a.m., held at 1550 Bums
prior to the Moonlight Carillon Concert. held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Ave., LakeWales. There will be readings
This event will begin with a 30-minute First United Methodist Church of u from the King JamesVersion of the Bible
lecture by Mr. Treister. Admission is Frostproof. Will feature baked goods, Saturday, Nov. 23 followed by readings from the Christian
free for members and $5 for the general Christmas items, food and more. The Lake Wales Downtown Farmer's Science Textbook, Science and Health with
public and is included with the cost of Trust Again Pet Shelter will be on site. Market every 2nd & 4th Saturday, Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy,
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Fundraiser to benefit Angelman Syndrome Foundation

By BRENDA EGGERT BRADER major accomplishment," Brewer said. "On Dec. 6, a FAST Angelman Dinner will be barbecue chicken or pork
BBRADER@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM "Statistics say she may walk by age 7. Syndrome summit is planned in Boston butt, cole slaw and baked beans.
If she learns to speak six words, that Chicago and all parents who have "We hope to raise $10,000," said
Maddie Lane Brewer is an angel on would be an accomplishment." children with Angelman Syndrome are Joe Settle, trustee for the Lake Wales
earth. A happy baby of 18 months, she The family is trying to get what Jena invited. That is when the results of the Moose Lodge who is the heading up the
delights everyone she sees. Maddie Brewer calls a "gait walker" for Maddie human clinical trials are to be reported fundraiser. "Over the years we have held
was diagnosed in July with Angelman that would help with her stability and publicly," Jena said. 12 to 14 fundraisers for Moose members
Syndrome (AS). balance in trying to stand and walk. To help to raise funds for FAST so and for needs in the community and
Angelman Syndrome (AS) is a neu- Maddie takes medication every night research can continue toward that probably have raised $100,000."
ro-genetic disorder that occurs in one in to try to prevent seizures. She just came human cure, a fundraiser is being held Some of the auction items will
15,000 live births, says the Foundation through a session of fever and many in Lake Wales on Nov. 17 by the Lake include a hunting trip to Ohio, an
for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics seizures just a couple weeks ago, Jena Wales Moose Lodge 2391 at the lodge at animal mounting service, air boat trips
(FAST) website. AS is often misdiag- said. Right now the medication is paid 3601 E. State Road 60. from Camp Lester on the Kissimmee
nosed as cerebral palsy or autism, for by medical insurance, "but I will lose Beginning with a breakfast from River, a light meter from Lowe's, a drill
Characteristics of the disorder include my insurance in January." 8-11 a.m. the $6 breakfast will be served 'from Home Depot, lots of local mer-
developmental delay, lack of Apeech, The little girl has endured MRIs, EEGs buffet-style. An auction is planned from chants' wares, beauty salon donations,
seizures, and walking and balance and countless blood work at the All noon to 3 p.m., live local music from 3:30- and items donated by Moose Lodge
disorders. Individuals with Angelman Children's Hospital in Tampa. She has 7 p.m. and raffles from noon to 7 p.m. members.
Syndrome will require life-long care. Strabismus of the eye (a misalignment
"We knew since birth something was of the eyes, inward or outward, can be
not right, but the doctors told us you cured with vision therapy or surgery).
can't compare children and to wait "Her left eye goes to the left severely,"
a year," said Jena Brewer, Maddie's Jena said. "She will need surgery. A
mother. patch is being used to build up the
"Maddie doesn't know that there is muscle before going that route. She
anything wrong with her," said Brewer. does really good. She is so little."
"It has been so crazy, but a blessing in Care is seven days a week, 24 hours a
a way. She makes people smile, makes day.
us realize what life is. She has a happy "She needs me at all times," Jena
very angelic personality and is always said. "Going from a typical kid (her
smiling and laughing." daughter Carly) to orie with a disability
Maddie is the daughter of Brent and is overwhelming."
Jena Brewer of Lake Wales and joins a Support has come from Jena's and f
sister, Carly, age 6. Brent's families, but they all work.
Because of the care that Maddie Parents of children with the syndrome
needs, Brewer, a pharmacy technician offer support for one another.
for Walgreens for eight years, has taken "It's an awesome community in
time off under the Family Care Act for a Tampa and Lakeland that is very
year to care for her daughter. Of course, supportive."
that is time off without a paycheck. A doctor in Tampa has been doing
Maddie takes physical and occupa- research on Angelman Syndrome and
tional therapy and speech Monday, "has found a cure for the disease in
Wednesday and Friday each week mice," Jena said. "He is doing human
attending Our Children's Academy trials and just finished them in June and
on Burns Avenue. She doesn't July, but we have not heard any of the
talk or walk, so when she took six results. The FAST is behind the resource
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SPORTS


Young Highlanders have soccer title to defend


New district presents new challenges for Lake Wales girls

By BRIAN ACKLEY Havens said. "Their keeper had a very
ACKLEY@rHEARLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM good game that night to preserve them
the shutout."
Last year's district girl's soccer Havens said he and his team know Anna Gilbert of Lake
championship was a bit unexpected they won't sneak up on anyone this Wales sends the ball
for Lake Wales, given the team's fall. flying with a head-
relatively young roster. "We have a big bulls-eye on us, shot that sends
This year, the roster is still young, but the girls love that," Havens said. the ball away from
but that won't tamp down the expecta- "That's why we work so hard in prac- Lake Wales territory
tion of another district title. tice, to make the bullseye smaller and during the Lady
The Lady Highlanders have started smaller. We expect everyone to give us Highlanders 31 win
their 2013 season with a 2-1-1 mark, their best shot." over Kathleen last
although ironically, first-year coach They have 13 players-returning from week.
Josh Havens said their best effort so last year's district champions PHOTOS
far might have come last week in a 1-0 Winter Haven has moved up to Class eY ROBERT
loss to Winter Haven. That came on 4A this year, meaning the loss won't BLANCHARD
the heels of an 8-0 season opening win hurt Lake Wales' league standings.
against Fort Meade, followed by a 3-1 Other teams in the Highlanders'
win over Kathleen. district this fall include Auburndale,
Lake Wales found itself down 1-0 Poinciana, Tenoroc, Hardee and
before rallying for the win. Sebring.
Once the team began to commu- Freshman Sara Owens is the starting Kelly Richards (no relation), also a years. They know where each other is
nicate and work together is when we goalkeeper, and has showed her worth sophomore. Julia Marbutt will also see going to be and the communication is
were able to put the three goals in several times over already this year, time there. Also playing a key midfield very good for a high school team."
the back of the net," Havens noted. including a stellar effort in the one- role will be Anna Daly. Interestingly, one of the team's
"Kathleen scored first so it was good to goal loss to Winter Haven. Hannah Attack centermen are sophomore weaknesses, Haven said, is a lack of
see us work together from behind and Sinner is the sophomore sweeper, Mariah Daly and junior Amanda height, something people don't always
get the victory." while outside defensive backs include Robillard, while forwards are Kayle associate with soccer.
Despite plenty of scoring chances Sam Gunton, a junior, and Alexis Shelton, a sophomore, and Macy "We're not the tallest team, but we'll
against Lake Region, the two teams Almendinger, a sophomore. Taylor Sinner, and freshman. go in and battle with anybody,' the
played to a 0-0 tie. Kinney, also a junior, is a team co-cap- "Our definite team strength is our coach added.
"We had about 15 shots on frame tain from her defensive centerman speed. Every time we line up 11 people The team is back in action tomorrow
and just couldn't find the back of the spot, as is senior Anna Gilbert who on the field, we like to get after it. We night at Auburndale, and will be back
net. Mariah Daly had about 10 shots plays one outside mid spot, along with like to run," he said. 'And, all of these in action at Legion Field on Nov. 21
on frame and she hit all three posts," Emmalee Richards,:a sophomore, and girls have played together for four-plus when they host district foe Hardee.

















Kathleen's Sophia Orellana changes her course as Lake Wales' Sam Gunton blocks her advance
at Monday's game between the Lake Wales Highlanders and the Kathleen Red Devils at Legion
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Bulldogs


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on the ball during soccer action last week. The Bulldogs fell, 4-1, but Bob was one of four goal
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Sante Fe nips Highlanders

on soccer pitch






Highlander Edgar Gallardo quickddy fires the ball
Highlander Jorge Ramirez charges Santa Fe's away from the sideline and back into play at
Eddy Gonzalez (#8) as he races down the side- Wednesday's game against Santa Fe Catholic at
lines at Wednesday's game. Legion Field in Lake Wales.















PHOTOS BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
Jose Espinoza of Lake Wales gives the ball a head-shot as he tries to keep it from Santa Fe's Leo
4 Villegas (#9) in Wednesday's game at Legion Field. Santa Fe turned on the steam in the second
half to win with a final score of 4-3.

Left: Lake Wales'Alan Mendoza flies over Santa Fe's Nick Martinez as both players lose control of
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Kissimmee Ramblins:


Action heats up at Do Need
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Grape Hammock A Revocable

By CAPTAIN RON DENTON 1836. ZacharyTaylor, at that time a T rust?
OUr oo COLUMNIST general in the US. Army, raided it then
and chased the Seminoles south to
There's been plenty of action recently fight the Battle of Okeechobee. Fort
at another great spot to access our Gardner was the staging area for that
local lakes, Grape Hammock near the war. Fort Gardner was at the Camp
eastern Polk Countyline on State Road Mack location. By Jason A. Penrod, Esquire
60. Lt. Basinger was killed during that
They recently hosted the South affray, and hence the fort named Last month's article discussed a probate avoidance strategy that
Florida Bass Pros out of Boca Raton. A after him near the river in Highlands involved naming beneficiaries for assets so that such assets would pass
dozen boats participated, with Doug County. When Gen. Taylor returned directly to those beneficiaries after their loved one passed away. As
White and Doug Jansen grabbing first back to Fort Gardner and sent his kill mentioned, this type of strategy can be very effective when the beneficiaries
place at 26.39 pounds. Kirk Zenke and and battle casualties in, he was told to have very stable situations. However, if one has potential beneficiaries
Vance DeMartin were the runners up immediately leave Florida and return i
with 26.05 pounds and third place home. The president told him "I can't where one can foresee extenuating circumstances, the use of a Revocable
went to Greg Sweeney and Scott Lewis afford for you to win any more battles Living Trust may be the best way to protect the resources that will pass to
at 19.07 pounds. in Florida." them. /
The "big fish" title went to Carlos There has been recent action The issue with Payable on Death Accounts, Transfer on Death
SSuche who reeled in an 8.24 pound, at Camp Mack, too, including the Accounts, and other assets, and income that pass directly to beneficiaries
Grape Hammock next event is the Lakeland Junior Bass Masters on
Nov. 23 Sticky Steve's Tournament Nov. 3. All winners get a trophy, plus is that we may not know what situation a beneficiary may be in when a
which is open to public. There will rods and reels, weigh in bags, auto- person passes away and leaves money to that respective beneficiary. I
be a camp out and bluegrass music graphed Steve Rose caps, and digital often use a few examples of potential issues that could arise in a family to
on Friday, and a fish fry and music scale from Bass Pro Shops. exaggerate when a Revocable Living Trust may be desirable.
Saturday after the tournament. For ages 11-14, first place went For example, what if a client wanted to leave resources to three
And actually, before that, they will to Jackson Williams, 18.40 pounds, chresp e s : .n t e
also have a local bass club having a second to Gage Waters (16.6), third to children inhe respective situatins: Aby isin an unstable marriage;
tournament out of.their ramp Sunday, Evan Barnett (14.85), fourth to Spencer Brent's house is being foreclosed and he is contemplating bankruptcy in
Nov. 17 with 25 boats. It's the Po Boys Carter (14.50), and fifth to Jonathon the near future; and Catherine is on Social Supplementary Income due
Bass Club of Lake Wales with contact Jones (13.10). Big bass honors wen to to her poor healthand she can only have $2,000 a month (non-countable
of Buddy Mongiovi at 863-781-073. Evan Barnhardt. (4.25). assets) to maintain her Medicaid benefits. In addition, the client wants
Grape Hammock is an interesting In the older age division, Chris radchidr bt n all t e nll e
place. Grape Hammock is in a his- Cooper was first (24.55), Luke- to leave assets to grandchildren but only allow them to personally have
place. Grape Hammock is in a his- Cooper was first (24.55), Luke-
toric spot on the Kissimmee Chain of Ferguson was second (22.35), Henry control of those assets when they are of a certain age to be able to handle
Lakes. Lensombagler was third (17.75), Jordan such assets without squandering them.
It was Alligator's Camp before the Marero was fourth (15.40) and fifth As you can surmise, the Payable On Death beneficiary approach in
second Seminole War, in December went to Cole Smucker (13.50). the above estate planning may have unfortunate consequences. If the
clieintpasses away and leaves money directly to these family members,
the potential is that Abby's soon to be ex-Iusband may receive some
FORT MUa HISiTORI SOC TY of this client's resources; Brent's receipt of monies may jeopardize hi
situation and/or not allow him to benefit from the receipt f the assets;
Catherine might lose her disability benefits and Medicaid health insurance;
and grandchildren may be receiving monies before they are prepared to
manage the money appropriately.
SA Revocable Living. Trust can accomplish instituting safeguards so
that monies are not paid to these beneficiaries until there is a resolution to
their respective situations. For example, the Trustee could be instructed
to not make payments to anyone enduring a divorce proceeding until
such proceedings ate over. Moreover, grandchildren may not be allowed
complete access to funds left for them until they reach the age of 35 to help
SC L Jy lsafeguard those assets.
S A TOi N o v 16iV Again, not every family needs a trust. Sometimes a risk analysis helps
SP M a family in their planning. The favorite lawyer answer to a question is that
"It Depends" and such is true when it comes to estate planning questions
as well. If you have any questions regarding this type of planning, please
contact a knowledgeable Estate Planning or Elder Law Attorney to aid you
in accomplishing a plan that truly suits your needs.

The Lake Wales News is pleased to offer the legal column entitled "From the
Attorney' Desk", authored by Jason A. Penrod, a law partner with Family
SElder Law. The column addresses legal issues of particular interest to our
readers. In addition, the columnist answers individual questions from the
readership on a wide range oftopics. To submityour questions or suggestions
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Bulldogs ready, rested for playoff run


By BRIAN ACKLEY us back to full strength again, and to get
BACKIEY HEAKnLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM out there and work on fundamental type
stuff We were able to do some things that
The Frostproof Bulldogs will make a long we haven't been able to do since before the
road trip Friday night to open the Class 3A season started."
playoffs. He said it didn't take long Monday to get
They are hoping it is the first in a long the team pointed for Friday's showdown.
run in the 2013 high school football "We really got after it with a hard
post-season. practice," he said. "It was one of our best
But it is a very tough assighment in practices all year The kids are real excited
undefeated Melbourne Central Catholic about being in the playoffs, and that's half
that awaits. MCC is ranked No. 2 in The the battle."
Associated Press Florida prep poll released Facing a good quarterback is nothing
Monday, and in fact, received two first new to the Bulldogs, who will have to find
place votes. Frostproof is unranked, and all the right combination of pressure and
seven of the teams that got votes in the poll coverage to slow the Hustlers down.
come from private, Christian schools. "They're a very solid football team.
MCC has had perfect regular season They've got a very good quarterback and
three times in the last five years. some good skill guys and they execute
The aptly named Hustlers are led by very well," Harris noted. "That's a recipe
quarterback Brandon Ziamo, who has so for success right there. They're going to
far this year thrown for 2,026 yards and try to throw it, and we need to keep the
32 touchdowns, including three last week quarterback in check Being able to shut
in the team's regular season finale. Going down some of those passing lanes will be
into the final weekend of the season, he huge and getting some pressure on the
had only been picked three times. quarterback is going to be huge. But being
Not surprisingly they run almost all of our zones, and getting some pressure, PHOTOS BY KM. THORNTON SR.
their offense from the spread formation, that's our recipe for success."
something that Frostproof defense should Ultimately, as Harris has noted several Quarterback Xavier Gaines will need to effectively move the chains Friday night while protecting
be used to seeing, at least during the times this year, the Bulldogs success or lack the football.
practice week, since the Bulldogs use that thereof will fall on their own shoulders.
formation a lot themselves. "We're really a lot more concerned with
In fact, before the season started, MCC how are we going to be," he continued. "We
Coach Mike Riazzi said his team's offense have to make sure we're sound on defense,
would look a lot like that of the Oregon and.on offense, just execute."
Ducks, one of the college football's highest Defensively, Harris said MCC likes to
scoring teams. stack its linemen and linebackers, some-
The Bulldogs are hoping that an un- thing that has given Frostproof problems Kaleel
usual scheduling quirk will give them the this year Gaines
edge they might need to pull the upset. "Every game has its own challenges, but is one
Frostproof's bye week came last week the we just have to be disciplined enough to do of the
final Friday of the regular season, the right thing. Our kids are working hard Bulldogs'
Originally, it wasn't something that the and focused in," he added. meo le
Bulldogs really relished, but in reality, it It is the third straight year the Bulldogs
has allowed them two week to game plan have earned a post-season berth. However, weapons.
against MCC, and perhaps most impor- they have bowed out of the post-season
tantly, get as healthy as they have been all each of the last two years in the first round.
season. The winner of Friday night's game will
And, Frostproof has plenty of its own advance to meet the winner between
playmakers, who when they can cut down Melbourne Holy Iinity and Tampa
on turnovers and penalties, are as danger- Catholic. Frostproof lost to Tampa Catholic
ous as any on the opponent's sideline, in a district matchup earlier this year,
Coach Price Harris said the Bulldogs 21-16.
spent last week working on little things that For those planning on attending the
team's don't often get a chance to address game, MCC is located at 100 E. Florida Ave.,
in the hustle and bustle of the regular in Melbourne. Drivers should take exit 180
season when each Monday usually means on 1-95, and head east on U.S. 192 (West
preparing a new game plan for that Friday New Haven Avenue), turning right (south)
night's game. on South Babcock Street (Route 507). That
"We got healthy, that was the most im- will run into East Florida Avenue, and
portant things," Harris said. "We had guys drivers should turn left, heading east, for a
banged up. It's along season. The break got short distance.




























Cecil Cherry (3) has already verbally committed to play college football at Tennessee, and will
need a big game on both sides of the ball Friday if Frostproof is to advance in the state football Trevis Harrington is one of the playmakers the Bulldogs will have to rely on at Melbourne Central
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e&e, t yo" wfa e g I said Aaron Stokes, owner.
............................ Opening Nov. 26. 2012, the delf took ,over in
155 Mai St, Barow BU1 the space of the former Crazy Cuban at 120 E. Park
863.533.6947 rtow TAKE 50% OFF Ave., Lake Wales.
10am-8pm, Mon through Sat 2 ENTREE "It was just one of those last moment deci-
CATERING AVAILABLE ............. ... sions," Stokes said. "It was the rigit:place and we
are still doing things to make it the right place."
Stokes offers salads, soups and sandwiches Downtown Deli crew Jason Fowler, left, makes a
printed in a large chalk font on his menu board hot pastrami sandwich with Pedro Cartagena, left,
mounted on the wall. while regular customer Bill Ouellette, foreground,
"We have different soups and they are always savors his homemade soup.
homemade, usually two different ones each day,"
Stokes said. The most popular delisandwiches are the Reu-
Business is up now that fall is here, but was ben and the hot pastrami. The chicken salad with
slower in the summer. But Stokes says that is nor- both white and dark meats is made fresh everyday.
mal for here. The produce and the meats are fresh.
sii S"That is whywe cater to the locals," Stokes Stokes says he is learning along the way, and
Ssaid. "We deliver free to local' businesses andtry to had a lawn and landscaping business before -he
Hours: promote as much as. we can on Facebook. Today we opened the deli.
Sat. O0am-2pm just started running a video. Instead of just print- "I wasn't really expecting much but you learn it
ing information (about the menu) you get a better the ordering, the routine," Stokes said.
responsewith a- two- to three-minute video telling "I may increase the hours, I plan to add some
people what we have. more sandwiches and we will be offering sandwich
Featuring one of his crew, Stokes made a video and Cuban party platters or anything they want for
of Pedro Cartagena talking about the menu and the the holidays."
foods, something Stokes says he plans to do every- The deli is located at 120E. Park Ave., and to
day. place orders call 863-676-3354 (DELI).



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R00NER passing now since he has been in Obamacare "something like 45 time! One thing Rooney is certain of is that
NEY Congress. .. -- "I was there when we voted on it it will be a "vey crowded primary.
"The most important thing for originally; I voted against it," he said. Rooney was asked if the public will
FROM PAGE 1 Floridians, especially in our district, "But to say that Obama would repeal ever get the truth about Benghazi.
is to make sure that the accounts that Obamacare, you know we're going He said he will soon be involved in
call fromTomFox.whose wife is. deal with canker and greening aren't to look at this in every possible way a "classified briefing" on the incident
VirginiaFox-Slherepresehtan area of sabotaged," he said. "Inan era where that is goingto happen. But the only that took place in Libya in which four
North Carolina that includes Banner we don't do earmarks anymorewhat's thing that's going to happen is that the Americans were killed.
Elk; Tom Fox was calling about houses in those bills, right now the game is- government isgoing to get shut down He said it must have been a terrible
that hewas interested in looking at in whether or not they are going to be and we're going to look bad. And so the feeling for those people when they
the Frostproof area. raided, or stay the same or whatis Republican Partys approvalrating went relized atno helpwas co'i for
Sullivan said she met Virgina Fox called'plussed up.' to itswest ever." them.
after they bought a house. Sullivan "So my job is to make'ure that Rooney said the Repblican Rooney saidte United Sttes was
added Virgina was urging her to.get those accounts thatgo int cnker and Party's cmmunications itrying to never going toput"boots onthe
more involved in politics. greening research, especially now, is : -get its message out "is completely ground" there oecause it could have
"She (Virgina Fox) told Tom (Rooney) not plummeted," he added., discombobulated." potentially started another war.
that he had to come to Frostproof and He noted that the;most controver- He said the Republican Party has Rooney had been living in Palm
that was all there was to it," Sullivan sial part of the bill i the food stamp been described as "unmoored" like a Beach County, but he had to move
said. .program. ship that is sort of just drifting. after the new district was established.
"We're very proud to have him ...," "Our bill had, I think, $40 billion in "There is a lot of dynamics in our He is now residing in Okeechobee
Sullivan said, noting the Chamber cuts and the Senate, which is con- party let alone the differences between County on 10 acres of land off State
of Commerce had.tried to get him to trolled by the Democrats, had 4," he the Republicans and the Democrats," Road 70.
come but couldri't come up with a date. said. "That's a pretty big gap. Where we he said. The 17th Congressional District in-
"He's here; it's marvelous. We're just are going to come out on that is really As far as possible presidential can- cludes Polk, Charlotte, DeSoto, Glades,
thrilled." going to, I think, show whether or not didates he mentioned Chris Christie, Hardee, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lee,
A member of the Agriculture the Farm Bill is going to make it or not." Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and Rand Paul. Manatee, Okeechobee and Sarasota
Appropriations Committee, Rooney Not surprisingly, the Affordable Care He added that some governors have counties.
said he has worked on the Farm Bill. Act came up during the town hall-type aspirations of getting to the White He said his district is basically an
He said the bill is probably closer to meeting. Rooney said he voted against House. area east of 1-75 but west of 1-95.

RO DRIg CZ to the entire school and even beyond at Sand Hill Elementary in Haines City. Davenport and Lena Vista Elementary
R DRIG U that, the entire community that you She was also a dual language instructor inAubumdale. She started this school
feel that you are serving," she noted: there, where she taught Spanish. year thereuntil being summoned to fill
FROM PAGE 1 "It's upped the ante." "Even as a teacher Iwas very much a the open position in Frostproof.
Rodriguez was born in Puerto Rico, but teachr-leader and kind of filled.a lot of :"I really feel equipped, especially
know the students, and got to know at age 6 her family moved to Rochester, leadership roles," she said. havingat intershi lastyar.It
their families, and how they live and N.Y.area. Her parents were officers in After-eight'years there, she was helped mesee itfromthe oter side,"
all of the experiences that make them the Salvation Army andthey accepted nominated by her principal for an she noted.
who they are. Now, I try to do the same several positions in upstate NewYork administrative internship, after receiv- Her Hispanic background is partic-
thing with teachers and staff, build while Rodriguez was being raised. ing her master's degree in Education ularly useful at BHG, since more than
those relationships." She earned a bachelor's degree in Curriculum and instruction from half of the school's population shares
She said her background in the psychology from SUNY Binghamton, National Louis University inf2012 and that heritage.
classroom is helpful now that she has and eventually relocated in 2004 to Polk a master'sin Educational Leadership in "It is an asset," she added. "I'm used
bigger responsibilities. County when she began working for the University of SouthFlorida in 2013. to dealing in all of that and bringing
"You have an urgency that extends the school system here, starting out as Her year-long internship included all that in and helping students move
beyond just one classroom. It extends a third-, fourth- and fifth-grade teacher time at both Horizons Elementary in forward."
mAl E nl 38 percent of each net sales dollar was He noted that overall, Florida's commission, as well as Florida Gov.
C/N returned to the members. This is the Natural brand sales were down about Rick Scott, were recently in Japan to
highestlevel ever achieved," he added. 3 percent during the 12-month period, promote one of the state's primary
FROM PAGE 1 He said much of the success has "Considering overall category weak- exports.
come through reducing debt and ness and competitive deep discount- Florida's Natural forged a cooperative
that gross sales for the year totaled operating expenses. ing, our brand actually performed quite agreement with a large South Korean
$625.3 million. "Thatrepresents a "Much emphasis was placed on well," Groom said. dairy and started shipping product
12 percent increase across a five-year improving operational efficiencies, However, onekey indicatot, customer there in May, Gromin ioted.;'
period. That is an all-time record. reducing waste, and costs," he noted. brand loyalty, grew during the same "Five months into the launch, there
When you consider the economy, and "This has combined to produce one of period by about 1 percent. are some very strong signals that this
decline overall in orange juice con- the highest gross profit percentages in .... He said growth overseas in markets will be a great success for us," he said.
sumption, this is tremendous achieve- history, exceeding 50 percent." like South Korea, selling larger sized "South Koreans:are thirsty for premium'
ment. It is certainly a testament to Growers in the cooperative, which products like 89 and 128 ounce jugs of ;NFC Florida orange juice." ,
brand (Florida's Natural) ownership." are more than 1,000, got returns of NFC juice, and getting Florida's Natural The firm also launched a-pew line of
Florida's Natural was born in 1987, $1.75 per pound solids for oranges last products into stores like Target, Harris blended juice smoothies that they hope
and is now in its 26th year, and is by far year, and $1.60 for grapefruit, signifi- Teeter supermarkets and Bob Evans will also boost the bottom line.
the firm's biggest money maker. cantly above the industry average. Restaurants were "big wins" in the last "Smoothies are a big and fast growing
"In fact, there is a very strong pos- Florida's Natural overall share of the year. category," Groom said. "Retailer accep-
sibility that without the vision of our not-from-concentrate juice business "Two years ago, we were nonexis- tance of them has been really strong.
members, our marketing team and slipped a little in the last fiscal year, to tentin this Minneapolis based chain They are excited to see Florida's Natural
the support of our financial partners, 19.7 percent of the market. Tropicana (Target), with about 1700 stores nation- doing new products. New products are
we could have been one of the many continues to be the dominate player wide," he said. "Today, we have gotten a a tough deal, with only 10 to 20 percert
Florida citrus processors that are in that market, with 39.4 percent while- market share that is close to 15 percent of them being a success in grocery
only today remembered in historical Simply Orange holds a 23.2 percent that should continue to climb. By the stores. So while we're not certain what
records," he noted. share. end of January, when you go into any the future will hold, we can say we've
He said about $173.3 million in net One of the more recent entries Target nationwide, you should find at developed a platform of great tasting
proceeds will be distributed back to into that market, Minute Maid, has least six Florida's Natural items on their new products that have raised our
the cooperative's members in cash and only about 4.4 percent of the market, shelf, not bad at all coming from zero reputation in retailers eyes while not
stock. That was up about 3 percent according to Florida Natural's new vice items not too long ago." impacting our core business."
from the 2011-12 figure, which at that president of Sales and Marketing, Chris The far east continues to be a He saidthey should be available
time was a company record. Groom. He officially took that position growth area for the whole industry. locally and nationally in Target stores
"Expressed in another way, in January. Representatives from the state's citrus by early 2014.

DA IE| church is coming," Brenda said. "Go to have been about 15 minutes, but it felt sticking up in my spine because it was.
DAN L the back door and wait for her." like a long time." that rough."
Cathy called Karen Martin who came Eventually the county EMS respond- Teaching Daniel how to handle the
FROM PAGE 1 over with daughter Cassie, and asked ed, in fact, getting there before Cathy. modem technology is only part of the
her to check her mother's condition got home, she said. lessons the kindergarten student gets
on the table next to the computer. He and keep the situation calm until she "When they got here I was flat on the from home, Cathy said, but both she
dialed his mother' number. got there. t floor. I just turned a little bit and I had and her mother feel fortunate how he
"Mimi's down, Mimi's down," Cathy Cathy also called J.D. Dodd, anoth- a pain in my kidneys that hit me like knows how to use a cellphone came in
said Daniel told her adding she heard er neighbor, to get over to the house a bombshell," she said. "I said I didn't handy.
her mother in the background saying, in case furniture had to be moved want to move because I didn't know "Daniel knows when he's out in public
"Cathy, I've fallen." if EMS had to take Brenda from the how much damage I could do to my .that he's supposed to stay with mommy
At Winter Haven Hospital with her house. back." or daddy. He knows not to talk to strang-
husband, Ed, who has diabetes; Cathy "I don't know what I'd have done if EMS personnel told her, she said, ers and if someone approaches him to
figured she was too far from her home I couldn't get ahold of them," Cathy that was a good idea because anything go to the nearest customer service desk
in Alturas off 80 Foot Road to do recalled of her neighbors. "I'm glad could possibly cause paralysis. They or find an adult or police officer," Cathy
anything more effective than to call a they were home when it was going put her on a backboard, put a neck said.
neighbor who could determine wheth- on." brace on her and put straps across her Remaining calm and being helpful is
er 911 would have to be contacted. Then Cathy took off from the hospital arms, legs, midsection and drove her to something that really stands out, said
Cathy asked Daniel to put his Mimi and went as quickly as she could to her Winter Haven Hospital. Jeanette Rodriguez, Gibbons Elementary
on the phone and she told her what her home in Alturas. "That road (80 Foot Road) is one mile school psychologist.
plan was. "It took me about 15 minutes. ... I long and it's a dirt road. It was bump, "Fora 5-year-old to be calm, that's a
"I told Daniel that Karen from the was hauling butt," she said. And, it may bump, bump. It felt like a screw was great skill," she said.


















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Polk State Wins

National Recognition

for Manufacturing
Polk State alumna Rita Smith, executive director of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, will receive the Association llri 'mu
of Florida College's LeRoy Collins Lifetime Achievement Award. She is the first from Polk to receive the honor. Tra n n
Polk State College has won national recognition
for its work to provide the manufacturing industry
A Lifetim e Honodred with amore hil trained workforce.
In October, the College received the Exemplary
Polk State Alumnus to Receive Achievement DevelopmedM from the roo l & Ecouncl or
Continuing Education & Training (NCCET).
Award from Association of Florida Colleges Receiving the award on the College's behalf at
the NCCET's Annual Conference in Baltimore
were Director of Applied Technology Eric Roe
Polk State alumnus Rita an eighth-grade education and for a counseling position. and Engineering Technology and Advanced
Smith, a national advocate worked as a military cook. Later, he She had some experience as a Manufacturing (ETAM) Program Manager Howard
against domestic violence, will owned Sonny's Cafd, which catered counselor, and decided to apply. Drake.
receive the Association of Florida to day laborers, and worked as a During the job interview, she The College was one of four winners selected
College's LeRoy Collins Lifetime cook at Winter Haven Hospital. learned the position was at a from nearly 30 proposals submitted nationally.
Achievement Award at the orga- Her mother, Sarah, operated an battered women's shelter and "The purpose of the NCCET's Exemplary
nization's annual convention this in-home daycare for many years. just like that, she became aware of Program Award is to recognize outstanding pro-
month. Soon after graduating from domestic violence, an issue she'd grams that impact a college's community and that
The award is one of the highest Winter Haven High School in 1972, never heard of previously, are sustainable, innovative and replicable," said
bestowed by the AFC. Smith is Smith realized that a college degree Her college courses never Kirk White, president of the NCCET.
the first alumnus of Polk State to was the key to a good-paying job. addressed domestic violence, so The College received the award for its ETAM
receive the award. She enrolled at what was then she learned everything on the job. initiative, developed with a $2.91 million grant
"We here at the College are so Polk Community College, located Soon, however, she realized that from the U.S. Department of Labor.
very proud to call Rita Smith one of just a few blocks from her home, many of the children she had pre- ETAM, a partnership between the College,
our own," said Polk State President becoming the first in her family to viously worked with at the residen- Tallahassee Community College and State College
Eileen Holden. go to college. tial treatment center were acting of Florida, created a system of manufacturing
"She has dedicated every day of Two years later, she earned her out because they had experienced training that prepares workers to earn nationally
her career to advocating against Associate in Arts degree. family violence. She also learned recognized industry certifications and college
domestic violence. Her work has Smith described her time at Polk that problems arise when people degrees, too, if they choose.
led countless women and children as invaluable. do not feel safe in their homes, and "We were able to bridge the credit side of the
out of dangerous, frightening "Polk State started to expand how important it is to make homes college with the non-credit side to meet industry
situations, to safety and security, my view of what was going on in safe for children, needs," Roe said. "The novel thing is we really
She is an inspiration." the world and how I could impact The biggest shock, she said, was brought down the.idea of 'this is my service area,
Smith, a Winter Haven native, it," Smith said. "It started in me a realizing that domestic violence NCCETr 4
graduated from Polk State College vision for myself and what I could could happen to anyone.
in 1974, and now leads the Denver- achieve." "It can and does happen to
based National Coalition Against Polk's influence on her way of anyone, and to lots more people ''.* S e* e
Domestic Violence. thinking has been helpful through- than most of us realize," she said
"I am honored to do this work out her career, Smith said. in a 2011 interview with Polk State,
every day, because I know when I "At the national level, in working prior to receiving its Distinguished
go home, I've saved lives," Smith to stop violence against women, Alumnus Award.
said. "This award recognizes me I have to understand how other "It was a very newly defined so-
as an individual, but the thing I'm people perceive problems and cial problem when I began working [1
pleased about is the work is being solutions," she said. "I began being in the field in 1981. It had not been N a*
recognized. Domestic violence able to do that while at Polk State." identified as a crime or social ill
work is being seen as valuable and After Polk, Smith went on to earn until the very late 1970s. Before i U I
something that should be honored. a bachelor's degree in psychology that, as Gloria Steinem said once,
That's what is important to me. from Michigan State University. for women it was just called life." Z or
"It's also very exciting because Her career path took her to She briefly returned to Florida to
Polk State is being seen as a place Colorado, where she worked at a work in the film industry, but still
where people who want to change residential treatment center for dedicated time to the domestic *
the world can begin that process." emotionally disturbed children. violence cause, volunteering for
Smith grew up in Winter Haven Though she enjoyed the work, her. Peace River Center in Lakeland and S 0
as the youngest of six children. curiosity was piqued when she no- serving on the Florida Coalition
Her father, Vernon Smith Sr., had ticed a newspaper advertisement smITH 13




2 Folk State College November 2013


For Alex Uribe, Future is Bright

There's a kind of light that radiates things, but it wasn't the same as being pieces that started to fall into place for
from student Alex Uribe, a genuine de- STUDENT with my own family." Uribe, who just days before his 18th
sire to do something good in this world, The years that followed were sad and birthday was able to secure a legal
that is all the more remarkable for how P TII T hard, to put it in the simplest of terms. guardianship, allowing him to remain
many times life has tried to snuff it out. SLIG He got into fights at school, failed the in the U.S. and ultimately become a
In his mere 20 years, Uribe has seventh grade. No one in his circum- permanent resident in 2011.
known the pain of abandonment and stances could really have been expected Today Uribe is a full-time student
addiction. He didn't get to ease into to do much better, at the College and works part-time in
adulthood survival meant jumping in I By 16, he'd run away to live with a housekeeping at an Orlando hotel. He
long before he was ready. Uribe and his father sought new start cousin in Michigan. When others his also tutors students at Ridge and works
Yet, here he is, at Polk State College, in the U.S. ribe remembers well the age were experiencing the thrill of in the College's Enrollment Services &
two semesters from earning his first rumbling bus trip, and the feeling that learning to drive and their first dates, Outreach department, where he uses
college degree, and in describing the ething good would be waiting for Uribe was putting in 15-hour days, his story of challenges overcome to
hard road that brought him here, he him on the other side. going to school and loading blueberries inspire others.
uses words like "forgiveness" and "give "We were entering a new world," onto trucks headed for processing "I think a lot of people are surprised
back" and "make a difference." he dwee etis g a ne w wolace of plants. by him," said Enrollment & Outreach
That light within him keeps shining, nhis w th p o "There were so many mornings I Services Coordinator Matina Wagner.
and combined with his Polk State edu- tad of that amin n didn't want to get up," he said. "My "They think he's just this regular kid,
cation, he plans to use it to help others fo eareak in whole body hurt from the work." but then they find out the struggles he
find their way out of the grips of stari e Soon afe he artreak i Maybe it was the grueling physical has known.
substance abuse, to a life that is happier ibe's fa.ther left him wth an clei labor which only education would "They react to him with, 'If he can do
and healthier than they've ever known. Haines City and never came back. deliver him from or some instinct it, I can do it.' I have seen the light bulb
"What would be the point of over- "He couldnt takethe ressureof that at 16, on the cusp of adulthood, come on for numerous people as they
coming all that if I couldn't help others," be a sngle fa ther," U e si "or he was at an important juncture in life. talk to Alex. He is everyone's cheerlead-
he said. "Things happen for a reason." being a single father," Uribe said. "For Whatever it was, Uribe decided to make er, in his own quiet way."
Br in Mexico, Uribe says his months, I kept my clothes packed in a
Born in Mexico, Uribe says his backpack so I could o with him when some big changes. Throughout his 20 years, one thing
childhood was darkened early by his he came back. I wanted him. I would He had to get through high school. He has remained constant for Uribe: He
father's alcoholism. When he was just fo i had to go to college. wants to become a psychologist to help
4,this mlotherlet then he, tak wth cry for him." those struggling with addiction. He
4, his mother left the home, taking with Slowly, though, Uribe accepted that "I always had bad grades. I realized those struggling with addiction. He
her Uribe's younger brother. his father wan't going to return. He I needed to improve," he said. "I just remembers realizing early on the way
Uribe, hwever, wouldn't see her unpacked his clothes and began his thought, 'who says I'm never going alcohol changed his father and uncle;
again until he was 18. life. He wasnt alone surrounded by to do anything in life and can't go to each sip altered their personalities. It
"That was devastating," he said. "I his uncle's family but he didn't quite college'" was a scary thing to witness, but he
remember being in third grade and bel either To turn his life around, Uribe re- made sense of it as a child,
we were having an Hispanic Festival s ret comfortable," he turned to Polk County, where he knew Uribe plans on studying in the
around the time of Mother's Day. aid."I learned about hard work, and there were people who would help College's Respiratory Care program after
Everyone's mother was there except how to be a man, and they ghim if he asked for it. People like Lydia completing his Associate in Arts degree
mine," he'said. a e I' thkful f e Daniels, migrant advocate with the in spring 2014. While working as a
Three years after his mother left, placetoive.m an orose Polk County School Board, who helped respiratory therapist, he'll continue his
Uribe enroll at Ridge Community High education in psychology.
School. While his goal of becoming a psychol-
"To me, he was just special," Daniels ogist has remained constant, a new goal
said. "I saw in him a determination to emerged as he has studied at Polk. Here,
pursue what he wanted to do. He had a he has developed writing skills and a
lot of struggles, and everyone would tell love of the craft and is now writing a
him there was no way he was going to book about his life experiences. Titled,
graduate, but I saw that he was deter- -Night Clouds, the book is a work in
mined to become what he made his progress. But the ending? It's going to
mind up to be." be bright with Uribe as its author, it
Fueled by that inner determination, couldn't be any other way.
ews lk fea s content producdby PolState Coege- Uribe turned his academic life around, r"Ihave a different perspective on
to tell the, storisf its impact on individual students and Polk raising his grade-point average from a what life has to offer," he said. "Things
County as a whoi 1.9 at the beginning of his junior year, will always be OK. If you decide to do
to a 3.0 when he graduated, he said. the right thing, everything will come
j.,.~,j His grades were just part of all the out OK."
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i te College, established iin 64i 20,000 ' schedule placement testing. school in 2003-2004 or later and earned
It s4 -.re Spring classes begin Jan. 8 and end a standard diploma from a Florida
t range of wrkrcd a cias May 7. public high school in 2007 or later.
aid b os d rees, ag In planning for the spring semester, Polk State uses the PERT
dca ai et~c~ epr ra ms, students' are encouraged to begin the fi- (Postsecondary Education Readiness
nancial aid process as soon as possible. Test) for placement purposes.
The l s physical locations include: The first step is to complete the FAFSA Vice President for Academic.and
(Free Application for Federal Student Student Services Kenneth Ross said the
Aid), said Student Financial Services College is still recommending students.
Polk StaeAirsideCenter Director Marcia Conliffe. The form can take the PERT, if nothing else so that
3515Aviation Drive be filled out online at fafsa.ed.gov. they have a clear understanding of
Lakeland,: FL 338-1 Students must submit all financial where they stand in the areas of math,
lll"lI ~':^ M : -aid documentation by Dec. 9, Conliffe English and reading, and what difficul-
Polk State JD Alexander Center said. After that date, students will have ties they may face as they begin college
2 E. Cntrl Ave to pay for their classes up front and be coursework.
-3853reimbursed after their financial aid is "It's no loss to the student to take
kW s 33853> -. processed. Students may also choose to the test," he said. "The College doesn't
S : take classes with a later start date the charge for it, and students can take it
olk State Lakela. College's 12-week session begins Feb. at any time that's convenient for them
S WiiteLakeRa 5, and Fastrack 2 begins March 10. at either the Lakeland orWinter Haven
L akelan, 33803 Starting classes at a later date will allow campus, or the JD Alexander Center.
:" .more time for financial aid processing. "It's worth taking so that students
Polk State Lake Wales Arts Center Throughout the financial aid pro- can decide whether they want to.take
1099 State Road 60 East cess, students should regularly check the developmental courses. It's their
SLake Wales, FL 33853 their Passport accounts. The College choice now, but taking the test allows
sends important financial aid informa- them to make an informed decision."
PolkState Colle: -" tion to students via Passport. Delays More information about the PERT, as
Sh S School *most commonly occur because stu- well as a PERT study guide, is available
Ridge Commnty Ho l dents don't respond to those messages. on the College's website at polkedu/
500 Orchid Drive The start of the spring semester also teaching-learning-computing-center/
Davenport, FL 33837 marks the start of changes created by testing.
Senate Bill 1720. Under that bill, Florida For more information related to
Polk State Winter Haven College System institutions, including changes in developmental education,
SI, iil i ::^ > ;; c"^:.':i 999 Ave. H N.E Polk State, can no longer require certain students should speak to an academic
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November 2013 Polk State College e


Polk State Science Professor

Named Outstanding Educator




















Polk State Earth Science Professor Natalie Whitcomb, winner of the 2013 Outstanding Educator Award from the Gulf
Coast Association of Geological Societies.

Polk State Earth Science Professor Natalie Polk State Winter Haven, and the planting of rain
Whitcomb has received the 2013 Outstanding gardens on the campus, as two prime examples.
Educator Award from the Gulf Coast Association "It adds a dimension of civic awareness, that
of Geological Societies (GCAGS) for the innova- students have a role in local issues and local
tion and enthusiasm she displays in teaching her government," said Whitcomb. "It also helps them
students. understand that science is accessible. They can
Whitcomb received the award during the use science to solve everyday problems. When
GCAGS' annual conference in October in New they see that they can use science to solve local
Orleans. problems, it gives them the confidence to use
The Southeastern Geological Society (SEGS) science and understand it. It's the beginning of
nominated Whitcomb for the honor. The SEGS scientific literacy."
was founded in 1944 to provide Florida's geo- Whitcomb has also been involved in creating
logical community with a forum for networking Polk State Honors Program seminars that in-
'and research. The SEGS is one of several member tegrate local geology and literature, as well as
societies of the GCAGS. helping to organize field study opportunities to
According to the SEGS: locations within Polk County, the Everglades and
"(Whitcomb) isrecognized by her college, the Bahamas.
students, community and geological society as "She's passionate about what she does and she's
an exceptional classroom teacher, as well as an experienced. She not only brings us her strong
enthusiastic and innovative educator whose educational background, but also her experience
work and encouragement has brought together as a professional geologist," said Polk State
schooI,a.4d community leaders to promote the Winter Haven Science Department Chair Logan
knowledge and application of geosciences among Randolph. "In addition to that, she's passionate
citizens, resource managers, and other educators. about bringing service learning into her courses
In addition to teaching a heavy load of geosci- to give students a hands-on, real-world look at
ence courses at her college, Natalie has devel- how the material is applied."
oped highly successful extracurricular programs In addition to her colleagues, Whitcomb credits
with an emphasis on field-based experiences, the Polk State administration for its support of
that igriite interest in the geosciences in her the Science Department's efforts.
students, many of whom would otherwise have Whitcomb has worked at Polk State for six
little aspiration toward STEM subjects." years. She earned her bachelor's and master's
Whitcomb said she considers the award a great degrees in Geology from the University of Mary
honor but also one she must share with her Washington and Duke University, respectively,
colleagues. and is currently working on her doctorate in
"It's incredible, but I didn't do this by myself," Education at Nova Southeastern University.
she said.
Whitcomb said she and Biology Professors At Polk State, students study a broad range of
Anthony Cornett and Logan Randolph have natural and physical sciences, either as require-
worked to incorporate local service learning ments for their Associate in Arts degrees prior to
projects into their teaching to help students transferring to four-year institutions, or entering
form real-life connections with the material. She one of the College's bachelor's or Health Sciences
pointed to the cleanup of Lake Gem, adjacent to programs.

Biden and visited the White House during the
Clinton and George W. Bush administrations.
Smith said the greatest accomplishment thus
FROM PAGE 1 far in her career has been contributing to the
Violence Against Women Act, originally passed in
Against Domestic Violence board of directors. 1994 and reauthorized every five years since:The
In 1992, she returned to Colorado and was act combined new provisions to hold domestic
hired as conference coordinator for the NCADV. violence offenders accountable with programs to
A few months later, the executive director was provide services to victims.
fired. Smith and another staff member remained, Her work, however, is far from done, Smith
and together they rebuilt the organization. said. Society needs to take a harder line on
Today, NCADV is a national nonprofit that domestic violence on a community level, Smith
works at a grassroots level to end domestic said, and young people need better education on
violence. Its national board consists of advocates what defines a healthy relationship.
who work in the field every day, keeping the "I think what will make the biggest difference
organization focused on its mission. is having a significarit number of men who say,
In her role as executive director, Smith builds 'This isn't how you treat someone you love, this
corporate partnerships and secures donations. isn't how a good man acts,'" she said.
She is also often called on to speak about domes- Smith said she is also interested in working
tic violence, having appeared on national news to help Winter Haven expand its resources for
broadcasts and The Oprah Winfrey Show. domestic violence victims.
Politicians also call upon Smith for her knowl- Smith will receive the award at the AFC's PI S
edge about domestic violence and passion to annual convention in Orlando, Nov. 13-15.
end it. She was present in the Oval Office in 2010 The AFC is the professional association for
when President Barack Obama signed the Family Florida's 28 public community and state colleges,
Violence Prevention and Services Act. She has their boards of directors, employees, retirees and
also met seve~ral time~s wvith Vice President Joe associates.




4 Polk State College November 2013


Polk Grad Finds Fulfillment in


Second Career as Respiratory Therapist

Some things are just worth waiting study respiratory therapy all the easier.
for, no matter how long it takes. Life, however, took its detours.
Such was the case with Kellie Mislovic got married, had two kids -
Mislovic's career as a respiratory now 6 and 9 and ended up working tae
therapist in the financial industry.
"I love my job, and I'm definitely "I kindof just fell into it," said
happier because of it," said Mislovic, Mislovic, a resident of Mulberry. "It kind
33, who works at Lakeland Regional of just came naturally."
Medical Center. "I love being able to Mislovic started out working for her
help patients when they're at their mom's company as a title closer, and'
worst and make a difference when it went on to become a licensed mortgage
really matters." broker.
After graduating from George Jenkins Then came the housing bust, and
High School in 1998, Mislovic enrolled there went Mislovic's job. Rather than
in Polk's respiratory care program. lament her situation, however, Mislovic
Respiratory therapists help patients saw it as a chance to make the dream Kellie Mislovic
who are having difficlty breathing to she'd put on hold finally come true. isloi had also lo taught me how to apply the classroom
manage their conditions. On any given It was a good opportunity to come Mi ovic had also long been a bread- knowe ay
day, Mislovic manages ventilators for back to Polk and finishwhat I'dstarted, winner forher familWithout her knowledge in every day life, how to
patients who can't breath on their own, she said. "Respiratory therapy was income, her husband had to ork two handle real-life emergencies, and how
administers medications, and provides always something I knew I wanted to jobs to keep the family afloat. to take care of people as people. I hope
emergency responseto patients in get back to." Furthering her education was a strain, I can do the same for the next students
cardiac or respiratory arrest. Going back to school in her late 20s to be sure, but the knowledge that she coming through the program."
tudents who graduate from Polk's poseda whole new setof challenges was creating a better future for her Respiratory Care Program Director
Respiratory Care program the only than she'd known her first ie in family kept Mislovic going. Kathee Ford said students appreci-
such program- in Polk County are college, Mislovic said. By then she was "That was my motivation, knowing ate the opportunity to study under
bodyuadh a program County- are collegba .p wit saeid. Byth 5:30 ora6. that I could have a better career to Mislovic. Noteonlyutes Mislovic have
prepared to take the National Board for a mom of two; her youngest, Lindsey, that I could have a better career to Mislovic. Not onlydoes Mislovic have
Respiratory Care exam. Since its first was just a year old and not yet sleeping better support my family," she said. the resume to teach them what they
graduating class in 2008, the College's through the night. Two virtually sleepless years later, need to know, she also brings valuable
pass rate on the exa has farexceeded "I was still a mom first andastudent Mislovic had her first day on-the job as a intangibles to her instructor role.
90 percent; since spring ofthis year, the second," Mislovic said of her return to respiratory therapist at LRMC. And she "She came to us from being a super-
pass rate has been 100 percent. Passing school. "I didn't want to take anytime knew immediately, all the hard work visor in the banking industry, so she
the national exam is required for state away from my kids, soI did my home- and exhaustion had indeed been worth brings a whole different type of super-
licensure as a respiratory therapist. work after they went to bed. I'd get it. visory experience," she said. "There's a
"I remember that day.We had several maturity and confidence to KeUie. Our
Mislovic loved the idea of specializing started at 10 at night, and not get done I remember that day. We had several maturity and confidence to Kellie. Our
in a specific area and function of the until 2 or 3 in the morning, and then I'd patients in cardiac arrest. Anything and students know that she's going to teach
body, and having a local program with a be back up with the kids at 5:30 or 6. everything that could have happened them to del outstanding patient
history of excellence made the choice to, was tired for iwo years." did happen that day" she said. "But I care.
was prepared. When you go through the
Polk program and you graduate, you're I- addition to Respiratory Care, Polk
prepared for everything this job can State's Health Siences Programs include
throw at you." Cardiovascular Technology, Diagnostic
Today, in addition to working as a Medical Sonography, Emergency Medical
respiratory therapist, Mislovic is also an Services, Nursing, Occupational Therapy
adjunct instructor for Polk, hoping to Assistant, Physical Therapist Assistant
give back to the program that allowed and Radiography. Students i). se
her to finally realize her dream. programs regularly outperfohn their
"My clinical instructors made such peers in the state and nation on required
a difference for me," she said. "They licensing exams.



W POLK

Polk State's Eric Roe,left, and Howard Drake, accepted the National Council for Continuing Educa-
tion & Training's Exemplary Program Award on behalf of the College.
N CET in Engineering Technology degree. With
each certificate they earn, they receive
more college credit.
FROM PAGE 1 After earning their degrees, the
workers are prepared for higher-level
we can't work-together.' We created a positions within advanced manufac-
way for the three colleges to collabo- turing, benefitting not only themselves
ratively build the workforce the state personally, but also employers.
needs." The partner colleges developed a
By gaining industry certifications shared curriculum and purchased com-
- from entry-level to the most ad- mon equipment to create the seamless
vanced areas of manufacturing workers training model.
are able to gain employment and be As of June, ETAM had served 995
promoted within the manufacturing participants, with 288 having received
workforce. their Certified Production Technician
Manufacturers both here within certificates, an entry-level qualification,
the county and state, as well as across 473 earning advanced certifications,
the country are clamoring for more and-45 earning their AS degrees. Nearly
highly trained workers, like those ETAM 250 workers have gained employment
produces. or promotions because of their training
A 2011 study from the Manufacturing through ETAM.
Institute and Deloitte showed American ETAM has since served as a model
manufacturing companies couldn't fill for broader statewide training initiative
as many as 600,000 skilled positions be- involving a 12-college consortium.
cause of a lack of qualified candidates.
Here in Polk County, the need for Polk State's Engineering Technology
trained manufacturing workers is espe- associate's degree prepares students for
cially acute; according'to The Brookings employment and provides additional
Institution, Polk County ranks fourth in training in advanced manufacturing
the nation in the percentage of man- and high- technology industries. Polk
ufacturing jobs compared to the total State also houses the Manufacturing
number of jobs. Talent Development Institute, a state-
As part of ETAM, workers may wide resource that develops indus-
advance themselvres even further, try-driven training strategies, educa-
applying the work they do toward their tional programs and certifications for
certificates to the Associate in Science the advanced manufacturing industrv.




Wednesday, November 13, 2013 The News Page 19


Spook Hill


welcomes veteran,


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By BRENDA EGGERT BRADER country, asking the audience to take a mo-
BBRADER @HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM ment of silence to reflect all those veterans
who gave their lives for our country.
Kenny Clower, first vice post com- All the children sang a patriotic song.
mander of the Lake Wales American Debra Gage, third-grade teacher, was
Legion, addressed the students, teachers gifted with a bouquet of flowers and
and parents attending the Veterans Day recognized as the teacher of the year for
precelebration Fridayat the Spook Hill the Spook Hill school.
Elementary School. Lake Wales Scholars were recognized
'"All veterans are part of my family," for their academic prowess and included
Clower said. "They are someone I can Deshana Medina, Samuel Gerhart, Jakob
go to and depend on. Even those I have Campbell, Angelina Monter, Abigail
never met. I say a prayer each day for Pettus, Theressa Fitterling, Zackary
those in the service and those who gave Walters, Beckenvauer Antunez, Aaron
their lives for our country." Rice, Jaiden Clerk, Kaden Burrus and
Principal Eric Edwards urged parents Courtney Lee.
to see that their children are taught to Classroom attendance honors and -
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The front lawn can make a statement
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Lawn care takes some dedication and
hard work, but there are certain ways
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required to maintain a landscape. By
employing a few different shortcuts,
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without spending all of your free time
cutting the grass or pruning the trees.
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parts tf maintaining a lawn. Weeds
can proliferate throughout the lawn
if not addressed in a timely manner.
Once weeds take root they can become
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sprout. Apply a preemergent weed
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the spring and then reapply it about
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season.
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Pros and cons of automatic irrigation systems
Water is essential to keeping a lawn or advantages is the time savings hidden from view, which means there do their work out of view. For families
garden in good health. The trouble with afforded by an. automatic sprinkler or are no unsightly hoses stretched with young children and pets who
watering is that it can be time-consum- drip irrigation system. Once installed, across the lawn and no more tripping share outdoor spaces, automatic
ing, especially if your idea of watering many systems can be set to a timer hazards. Sprinkler heads pop up to systems may be a safer option.
is standing outside with the hose. But to water at specific time intervals spray and then retract when the job
thanks to irrigation systems, watering and on certain days of the week. This is done. Underground drip systems IRRIGATION 121
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IRRIGAT N have to be dug up to install pipework pristine yards may be turned off by
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FROM PAGE 20 of the home. This can equate to days Even the most efficient sprinkler
or weeks without use of the yard. systems can have their pitfalls. Wind I
Disadvantages Afterwards, the landscaping will have can wreak havoc on sprinklers, di-
to be repaired. recting water in the wrong direction.
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with a sprinkler system is the expense. system prior to the installation of sod ter-delivery systems, resulting in water
These systems can be quite costly or extensive landscaping because pooling or broken parts. The repairs to for reading the
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The Frostproof Art League and Gallery held a reception Saturday night at their Wall Street brainchild of artist Frank Dominick.
location, in large part to reveal winners in a contest designed to promote two of the city's biggest
events, the annual Orange Blossom Festival and Bike Fest. Guitarist Jacob Morrow provided
acoustic entertainment, and refreshments were served.




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PA SSION or PETS


What about the lump on my dog (or cat)?

Many of our dog and cat patients Mastocytomas or mast cell cancers it is very common to find some
present with lumps or bumps on are commonly found and easily diag- mammary cancer or pre-cancer by
the skin, mostly benign and not a ThomaS B. Schotman nosed and usually resolved by early age 8-10. While data indicates that
serious health risk to the animal. excision. These tumors can be grade 1, early ovariohysterectomy (before the
Cutaneous growths can be serious. If 2 or 3, and like most cancers, the earli- first heat) will prevent this cancer, it
a lump is growing, there is a signifi- er diagnosis and removal the better the is well recognized that dogs over 3 to
cant likelihood that it is cancer, and prognosis. There are many other skin 4 years old have a higher predisposi-
it is best diagnosed and removed cancers of the dog and cat, including tion for mammary cancer as they get
while it is small. The larger a skin some that are also found in humans, older. Early recognition in the dogs
tumor the more likely it has spread like Squamous Cell Carcinoma and and surgical removal before metas-
or metastasized. Melanoma. Do not let a growth on your tasis is curative. In cats this cancer
Many dogs will develop skin tags, that suddenly began tO grow. One pet's skin get large before it is diag- is much more likely to spread earlier
sebaceous cysts, or moles which are dog had a mass the size of golf ball nosed and/or removed, in the staging. It is appropriate to
benign growths called histiocyto- that was not there (per the owner!) on I have always had a rule that no examine for lumps and bumps.
mas. These are not a health risk to week prior. In both cases I diagnosed dog or cat should get old intact, The best advice is to be concerned
the animal but may be a nuisance cancer by performing a fine needle meaning that ALL animals should about any lump or bump on your
to the owner or the groomer. Cysts aspirate and examining the cells un- be spayed or neutered before they dog or cat. Have your veterinarian
may rupture and drain. Larger tags der the microscope. Both cases were get too old. In this article I refer to diagnose and deal with it as is
or moles may bleed or scab over if resolved by surgical removal, mammary cancer. appropriate ... before it it too big or
disturbed. Usually surgical removal It is imperative that any skin In the female dog that is not fixed too late to resolve.
is the best resolution of these skin lesions be identified to allow re-
issues, even though they are not a moval before spread of a cancer
bigger risk to the dog ( or cat). can occur. A biopsy of a mass for
There are a large numbers of more specific diagnosis by a pathologist
serious growths on dog and cat skin is best, although I prefer to do
that are not benign and could create excisional biopsy by removing a skin
a health risk in time. Many cases I mass completely and then sending
have seen have had a lump that was the samples for identification. One
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they go above and beyond to make them Lab, Tucker, will happily entertain your their human friend can enjoy a barbecue and fields. Much like the summer camps
a true part of the whole experience. pup while you enjoy a tasting. together. you probably went to once upon a time,
We went ahead and dug up 10 of these 5. Chicago Seadog Cruises, Chicago, 9. Barkwells Vacation Rentals, Asheville, this camp features tons of outdoor
hidden gems for you. Plan your next trip Illinois North Carolina activities, including water sports, agility
around them, or make them a destina- If your dog loves the open water, she'll A bit off the beaten trail, nestled in training, dock diving, and more. You
tion in their own right. love going on a cruise or speedboat tour the lush mountains of western North can also expect traditional campfires,
1. A Day in the West, Sedona, Arizona across Lake Michigan. This Chicago Carolina you'll find Barkwells, a vaca- s'mores, nature hikes, beach parties, and
Travel by Jeep with your furry best company offers several fun tour op- tion rental that offers as much comfort arts and crafts and perhaps a wine
friend across Sedona's ruggedly beautiful tions, including a fireworks tour and an and luxury for your dog as it does for tasting for the human folk.
mountain and desert landscapes. This extreme thrill ride. Leashed, friendly dogs you. Known as "the dog lover's retreat," Fantastic dog friendly spots are hiding
family-owned Sedona business provides are welcome on all tours for free, so you Barkwells sits on eight acres of land everywhere you just have to sniff them
a variety of tours, with colorful local tour can both enjoy an exciting or enlighten- that contain meadows, woodlands and out. We're always up for any adventure
guides who know the area well. Dogs are ing ride. a pond. Best of all, the entire area is with our four-legged friends, so if you
welcome on all of the Jeep tours, so you 6. Rogue Wildemess Adventure: Paddles securely fenced in, so dogs and their know of a hidden gem perfect for pets,
can get those amazing photos you're after and Paws Rafting, Merlin, Oregon humans can safely explore and play. If we'd love to hear about it! Until then, we
and a true Old West experience, while Water lovers will also be thrilled they'd rather relax, they can hang out on wish you happy and safe pet adventures.
he can sniff the desert air and take in by a Rogue River rafting trip. Rogue
the spectacular view. Lap dogs ride at no Wilderness Adventures, located in
charge, while larger dogs are charged a Oregon, offers trips down the river for
child's fare. people of all abilities and experience
2. Old Charleston Walking Tour, levels. While they do rent to people with
Charleston, South Carolina dogs at any time, each year the company
Charleston is an old city with a long offers their 3-day Paddles and Paws
and beautiful history-- some of which rafting and camping trip designed for
involves ghosts. If you're ready to explore the canine kind. Rafting gear, food and
Charleston in all its spooky glory, the Old transportation are all provided, so all you
Charleston GhostWalk is a truly fun option and Fido have to do is show up and be
for you and your furry friend. The walking ready for an adventure. al funs -
tour lasts 90 minutes, and begins at 7:30 7. Good Kharma Sur. Dog Surfing What do you got for
and 9:30 each night from Tuesday through Lessons, California Coast Ia t I t st $25.00 adoptio fe?
Sunday. You'll be taken through the city's If you and your pet love a great day at $ ti ~. s
most haunted graveyards and alleyways, the beach in California, Good Kharma -.a;o $1 0
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all the new sights and smells a nighttime throughout Orange and Los Angeles S.0R etwi Proevenatie Care
tour offers, and you'll have him there for counties, the lessons are a fun and safe ret ae,
comfort and protection ... just in case! way to enjoy the water. You'll be proud of Valuo
3. Seashore Trolley Museum, what your dog can accomplish, and she'll
Kennebunkport, Maine be happy to learn a new skill.
Founded in 1939 with a single trolley 8. Dog Mountain, St. Johnsbury,
car, the Seashore 'Iolley Museum, Vermont *
located in Kennebunkport features 250 If you're a dog lover and alover of art Come eet Santa Mrs.
historic transit vehicles, including trol- and culture, there's a serene and beautiful Piol coItM fhe or a fun filled day with:
leys from around the world. Before June getaway waiting for you in the Vermont e stQ et cOre clinis
of this year, dogs were only allowed on mountains. Established by visionary ~e staee i5)f. spe lt al Att* t
the grounds of the museum. However, sculptor and dog lover Stephen Huneck, at V
due to the huge success of the Museum's Dog Mountain is set on 150 acres of Food Vendors
first Seashore Trolley Dog Day, dogs are private land, and offers a place for people photos with mr. and C
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McLaughlin break-in


under investigation

By KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ each and entered into CIC as stolen, police C a man
KLBERKOWITZ@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM reporteing assaulted a g the side of e ground
McLaughlin has been a target before, I s
Several desktop computers were stolen and so has the high school, according to man to stop
from a room at McLaughlin Middle IWPD Lt. Dave Black mia :
School on Friday, Nov. 8, according to the Bu t as to McLaughtli s security systems? t nd began
But as to teag ~ sccurity systs? t doncealed-carry law, Blackmore was able to draw i ite^tol and hold the suspect
Lake Wales Police. think they've got it about as secure
Officers found the piano room door with as they can get it. They've got an alarm at gunpoint untilpolice arrived. The oman fo what peard'to
the glass broken out, and now police have system, cameras and locks," Black said,onst Allis, WI,
opened an investigation to try to find who Monday. 3/ 5/ 3
stole the computers. McLaughlin Middle School and Fine
Police searched for suspects in the Arts Academy Principal Sharon Chipman u was at aka en he heard more than a
building and contacted the principal, wouldn't comment to the media. ennt door. e t to the dor, a ma had
who came to the school in the middle Black says police have "no idea" if the ay inside. The man old thathelp, so Ohle
of the night, as police responded to crime was done by juveniles or adults. pe ne to call 91.The bbed the phone from Ohe and
the alarm at the school that had been He notes though, that anyone who has he sofa He ordered Ol to stay where he was as he tried
triggered. information regarding the break-in is ke his television. Ohe struggled with the man, but managed to getto the
The desktop iMac computers with asked to call Detective Alvin Maultsby at 3 l. handgun he kept in his bedroom. Ohle fired multiple rounds killing the
20-inch screens were valued at about $995 863-678-4233. er. Ohe was later taken to an aea hospital where he was treated and re-
lsed. (Hickory Daily Record, Hickory, NC, 2/26/13)
G azebo not here, but it will be back L H 6 as asleepwhen two suspects allegedly scaled thewall and en-
atered Heng's second-story apartment through the bathroom window. Heng
By KATHY LIH B Z woke to the sound of his 14-year-old son screaming. Realizing his onwas in
By KATHY LEIGH BE Z s, by :hon, Monday. danger, Heng jumped out of bed and grabbed his gun.Thearmed intruders con
KLBERKOWITZ@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM And will this be one of the city's projects froned Heng atnd a strggleensued Heng firedf several shots whicb cused the
that gets tumbled through the dryer of froed pen and asrke ended in t ed veral otshic us t
that gets tumbled through the dryermen to flee. One suspect suffered fatal gunshot wounds and the second suspect
If you looked at the Lake Wailes pier and commission approval, waiting on various toade
thought something was missing- not to elements of the project? was reportedly still at large. s believed that the suspects were attempting to
awony, the much loved gazebo will return. Not likelys rob the jewelry store Heng runs on the first floor of his home. (TheBlaze.corn,
worry, the much loved gazebo will return. Not likely.
Rather, gazebo numbertwo. She notes "It's already in the budget." :h:ladelphia, PA, 4/1 /1
The first gazebo was built when the pier Allen said city officials had made
was built, which according to Teresa Allen numerous repairs to the structure, and Irene Parker, 78,and Beverly Wright, 43, were volunteers walkingoor-to-door
-the city'spublic and support services because of its deteriorated condition, it ministering and distributing religious literature just before the Easter holiday.
director, has been at least 15 years ago. had to go. Parker visited one home where a woman answered the door. Before Parker was
She said she's not sure of the exact date She says the city was waiting for the able to speak tothe woman, a large dog lunged forward from inside. The screen
of its original construction, as it might not piew budget to pass so they could begin door flew open and Parker landed in the yard. Parker could do nothing but try
have been a,capital project. planning the new gazebo. to protect her face as the dog tore at her flesh. Wright, who was just two doors
"The gazebo was in very bad condition The only thing the city will have to do downthe street, ran toward Parker in an effort to help. Wright took a baseball bat
and removed for safety purposes," she now is compare prices for construction. from the dog's owner and swung at the dog, but only caused the dog to turn its
attention toward her. Wright screamed when the dog attacked.Two blocks away,
Mike Harrell could hear the desperate cries for help. Harrell kept a gun in his
Struck, so he drove to the residence and immediately took action. Harrell fired one
shot killing the dog. Parker and Wright suffered severe injuries, but after exten-
sive surgeries both women survived the attack. (Tulsa World, Tulsa, OK, 3/24/13)
SA woman-was at home when she noticed a vehicle she did rot recognize in her ,
driveway. A man she did not know came to her door an'd began kncking and
ringing the doorbell;.The woman grabbed her handgun for protection because
LEA. OURCHECKBOO the man seemed suspicious. Before she couldanswer the door, thfexan alleged-
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vehicle with her cell phone.That photo later led to thearrest oftf e man who had
broken into her home. (The Northwest Indiana Times, Merrillville, IN, 3/22/13)

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OBITUARIES

Larry Lee Good Robbie Louise Waller

Larry Lee Good, 64, of Frostproof, Good, and sisters, Carol (Good) Ward Robbie Louise her parents; her husband, Benjamin
Fla., passed away Nov. 6, 2013, at and Beverly Good. Waller, 92, Warren Waller, in 2007.
Somers Hospice House in Sebring, Fla. He is survived by his loving wife of Lakeland, Survivors include her daugh-
He moved to Frostproof in 2007 from of 10 years, Ann Good of Frostproof; Fla., passed ters, Rhonda Stone (Wayne) of
Kewanee, 1ll. daughters, Angie and Jimmy Knight away Sunday, Brownwood, Texas, and Becky
He served our country in the U.S. of Marine City, Mich., and Cheryl and Nov. 10, 2013, Marsella (Rey) of Lakeland; sons,
Army and was aVietnam veteran. He Mike DeVore of Champaign, Il.; son, in Brownwood, Robert Waller (Maureen) of Stafford,
retired as a fabricator with Pines Great Timothy Good ofVictoria, Texas; broth- Texas. Va., and David Waller (Kim) of
Dane Trailer Corp., Kewanee, Il. He was er, Marvin and Penny Good of Kewanee, She was born Lakeland; eight grandchildren,
a member of the Emmanuel Baptist Il.; sisters, Linda and Jerry Finin of Jan. 1, 1921, in 14 great-grandchildren and two
Fellowship of Frostproof. Kewanee, IlL, and Debra and Kenny Tennessee to great-great-grandchildren.
He enjoyed shuffle boarding, fishing, Barham of Osco, Il.; six grandchildren Burgy David A celebration of her life is at
wood burning and hunting. He was an and two step-grandchildren; seven and Sarah Robbie Louise Waller 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 15, 2013, at the
avid Tampa Bay Rays and Minnesota great-grandchildren. Leanne Foust and moved to Lake First United Methodist Church, with
Vikings fan. He also enjoyed spending Cremation by Chandler Cremation Wales from Tennessee in 1953. She Rev. Jeff Kantz and Rev. Richard
time with his family. Service. was retired from American Bank and Foust officiating.
He was preceded in death by his Chandler Cremation Service is in was a member of the First United Condolences may be sent to the
parents, Dale and Beatrice (Hand) charge of arrangements. Methodist Church in Lake Wales. family and the webcast of the ser-
Robbie and her husband of 65 vice can be viewed at www.marion
years, Warren, lived in Lake Wales nelsonfuneralhome.com.
Judy M Stokes for 50 years before moving to In lieu of flowers, the family is
/ Lakeland. She enjoyed going to requesting that any donations, in
church, gardening, and spending memory of Mrs. Waller be sent to:
Judy M. Stokes, 68, of Lake Wales, Fla., Zolfo Springs; sister, Ruth McClelland time with her family, especially Comunita Cenacolo, 1050 Talleyrand
passed away on Monday, Nov. 11, 2013, Johnston of Sebring and two grandchil- her grandchildren. Her best known Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32206 (www.
at her home, surrounded by her loving dren, Madison and Cameron. hobby was shopping, especially at hopereborn.org).
family. Graveside service is Friday, Nov. 15, Stein Mart! Marion Nelson Funeral Home is in
She was born on Jan. 3,1945, in 2013, at Fort Kissimmee Cemetery locat- Robbie was preceded in death by charge of arrangements.
Sebring to Gladys and Sol McClelland. ed at the Avon Park Bombing Range with
Her family was one of the original the Rev. Marcus Marshall officiating.
Highlands County pioneer families and Family and friends will meet at 9 a.m.
made their home in Cornwell. in the parking lot at the Operation
Judy married Robert J. "Joe" Stokes Center where the flagpole and F16 are
and moved to Lake Wales in 1972. She located, and will be escorted to the
was a homemaker and a member of cemetery. Everyone must travel in a 8632948888
Lorida Baptist Church. group with the escort. 656 AveNW Winter Haven 33881
She is survived byher husband, Joe Arrangements are by Dowden Funeral www.saintpaulsiinterhuen.com
Stokes; daughter, Murrie S. Burnett of Home.
Sunday: 8 a.m Rite I Service & 10ii0 a.m. ite HFamily Service
Florine Dunn W ayne Neil Pond 5pm Dee:Advent Lessns&lNoadmission,noee-
Florne Dunn, 89,will offering. Light food andwine reception follows.
Florine Dunn, 89, of.Raleigh, N.C., 2963M2
formerly of Frostproof, Fla., passed Wayne Neil Pond, 56, ofFrostproof,
awayTuesday, Nov. 5; 2013, in North Fla. passed away, Tuesday, Oct 29,
Carolina, Arrangements are by Marion 2013, at the Winter Haven Health and
Nelson Funeral Home. Rehabilitation Center in Winter Haven
due to cancer.
Born May 29, 1957, in St. Petersburg,
Tho s a Fla., he was a land surveyor and was of
h m a M organ the Presbyterian faith.
He issurvived byhis mother, Janet D. X
Thomas Morgan, 17, of Lake Wales, Pond of Babson Park, Fla.
Fla., passed away SaturdayANov. 9, 2013, A graveside service will be held at
at his residence. Arrangements are by 11 a.m., Friday, Nov. 15, 2013, at Silver
Marion Nelson Funeral Home. Hill Cemetery in Frostproof.

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more events than you can comfortably weekend day to bake and freeze a whole- as needed.
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calendar pages for November and or cupcakes all in the same baking session. make certain recipes or parts of them
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events. not twice. Placing baking liners in each stew, or cranberry sauce. Wash salad and
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simple. TV celebrity chefs have invisible a piece of cake ... Portion, wrap, and freeze baking etc. Dry and refrigerate these ready-
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associated with previous holidays is unable to escape their abusers out of -----.-.---- -------2 S R
not there. concern of what will happen to their 1322 ta Road 60
"There is a tendency to push pets when they leave." Sheryl Schwab, Lake Wales, FL 33853
away feelings of sorrow when, in director of the Peace River Center said. Orange Grove Plaza
fact, authenticating your grief with "This funding will be beneficial in l- ll2P (863) 676-0400
others even strangers can bring assisting guests of Peace River Center to Bnlt U rU Fax:(863) 676-0445
healing and light into the holidays," house their companion animals while uO Mon-Fri 9am to 6po
said Thye. they are safe in our shelters." HOURS: Mon-Fri 9a to 6p
The Celebration of Life will include The Peace River Center will use the ransfer prestn Saturdayamto 1pm
music, words of comfort and prayer, money to build an on-site facility with -------~ ..... Closed Sunday
and information about Cornerstone two outdoor kennel runs and indoor
Hospice's BereaVement Programs housing for smaller animals, including
which are free to the Polk County lockable cages. t
community. Light refreshments will be RedRover, a national nonprofit orga-
served, nization based in Sacramento, Calif.,
To confirm attendance at the provides grants for financial assistance
Celebration of Life or toget informa- and supportfor victims of domestic
tion call Peggy Sredl at 888-728-6234. violence through its RedRover Relief Your lifestyle and budget are factors in providing
program, enabling domestic violence the right solutuion. Winter Haven Audiology and
Brady, Carson win victims to safely escape abusive situa-- Ridge Audiology offer a full- line of digital hearing
quarterly awards tions with their pets. products to serve your specific needs: Y More than 70 percent of pet-owning reliable, easy-to-wear solutions at
Vera Brady from Nutritional women entering domestic violence reliable, easy-to-wear solutions at an affordable
Services, and Brittany Carson, RN, shelters reported their batterer had price, along with top-of-the-line hearing support.
Director of injured, killed or threatened family pets At Winter Haven Audiology and Ridge Audiology,
Emergency for revenge or psychological control, we are committed to finding the right manufacturer
Services, were according to the National Coalition Kevin T. Barlow, Au. D..
named Employee Against Domestic Violence. As many as Board Certified in toserve your speic
Sand Manager 65 percent of domestic violence victims Audiology
of the Quarter, are unable to escape their abusers Servin Central Florida Cal today for your FREE hearing screening.
respectively, because they fear what will happen to since 1980 We accept most insurance.
at Lake Wales -their pets when they leave.
Medical Center. This provides funding to domestic HlS Tichnolo y Solut
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DEAR DR ROACH: I have a question
regarding a medication that was pre- Dr Keith Roach
scribed to me. I originally had breast Dr. Keith Roach
cancer in 2000 in my left breast when I l
was 43 years old, which also spread to To alur
two of my lymph nodes. I was treated ood
with radiation and chemotherapy. I have
been in remission all these years. I took Read may write
various medicines for several years, such R haat O x536475,
as tamoxifen and femara. I no longer take Odrand R 32853-6475
any of these drugs.
In May, Iwas operated on for DCIS in order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Can. with
my right breast I also received radiation the recipient's printed name and address.
to my right breast. The doctor said that Please allow four weeks for delivery.
I am fine now, but he suggested that I DEAR DR ROACH: I have been reading
take exemestane. He showed me a graph your articles regarding gout and blood
indicating that there is no proof that it pressure medications. I suff from pseud- You d p rson i qua lity health cae!
helps someone with DCIS. ogout and take Diovan/HCTZ. Would
I would prefer not to have to take any changing this medication have any effect 8 0ig6 Feliciano, M.D
additionalmedicine, especially if there on my condition?- E.S.
isno proof that it will help me. I also am ANSWER: Pseudogout (literally, "false l om Oate of the American
concerned about the side effects, such as gout") looks alot like gout, and both dis-
aches in the bones and joints, hot flashes eases are caused by deposition of crystals oard~of Internal Medicine
and problems with sleep. In your opinion, inside joints. In gout the crystalis uric Cardiac Diseases
should I just take my chances and go acid, whereas in pseudogout; the crystal Treatin l High Blood Pressure
without this medication?Will taking the is calcium pyrophosphate. Pseudogout iltlnesses Pulmonary Diseases
medicine prevent recurrence of cancer in tends to affect larger joints, such as the d d: Oeo/ Rheumatoidi Arthrts
another part of the body? E.M. knees, whereas the big toe is the classic nd diseases
ANSWER Let's start with a definition of -place for gout. Hydrochlorothiazide y
D Ductacarcoma in situis a breast (HCTZ), a common diuretic, can make SDi seaes
coidition where cancerous or pre-can- gout worse, bt it should have no effect 1137 Druid Circle Skin Diseases/ Cancer
cerous cells are inside the mammary on pseudogout. Lake Wales, Florida High Cholesterol
ducts but without any invasion into the Dr Roach regrets that he is unable to 2000 Osprey Blvd., Suite 110 Strokes
-surroundingbreast tissue.The goal for answerindividual letters, butillin- Barow Floida Wound Care
treatment is to prevent invasive breast corporate them in the column whenever
cancer. DCIS now accounts for 20 percent possible. Readers may email questions to Se 'habla Espanol
of breast cancer diagnoses, but it has a ToYourGoodHealthmed.cornelleduor Monday-- Friday: 8:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
iftih etter prognosis than infiltrating request an orderform of available health 863-533-1617
ducud ancer, themost common type pf newsletters atlO. Box536475, Orlando, A ing newpans 6 nd older
breast canc FL 32853-6475. Health newsletters may be Walk ins welcome Same day appointments
Onthe one hand, exemestane has been orderedfrom www.rbmamall.com. Internal Medicine Institute, P.A.
shown to reduce future cancers in people. me e ns
with DCIS. On the other, the survival
benefit was very small or zero, presumably
since the cancers prevented would be
likely to be detected by screening and a
could be effectively treated. I think that's
why your doctor is saying what seems like
a contradictory statement: He wants you
to take it, but there is no proof it will help
H rha Getting
somebody like you. to
nosis of breast cancer in 2000, and the
fact that you have had two different breast
cancer diagnoses means you are at higher know you
risk than many of the people in the study,
which would therefore mean the exemes- My staff and I take the time to
tane might have a higher likelihood of a
benefit foryou. get to know you.
Because the magnitude of expected Our goal is to provide a higher level of senior healthcare: to better
benefit is small, and because all medicines
have side effects, I thinkthat either choice understand your needs and lifestyle. We trat you while you are
you make would be reasonable. In my healthy so we can better recognize when you'are not.
mind, the small benefit of the medication
is similar to the small likelihood of harm Experience the difference.
from it the side effects you mentioned,
plus the possibility of osteoporosis. It Become a WellMed patient today.
sounds to me like you really don't want to *
takeit, and I wouldn't try to talk you into We- accept a variety of health plans. WellMed at Bartow
it I would gobackto your oncologistwith Please call our office to get a complete listing of 2020 Flmingo Drive
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take the meds, and see what he says. our participating health plans.
This is a complex issue, and once again Ba rtow, Florida 33830
it shows the limitations of even the best tPhone: (863) 533-4104
evidence we have. I did speak to a col- Visit us today.
league in oncology as wellin formulating WeM
my answer www.wellmedmedicalgroup.com
Questions about breast cancer and its
treatment are found in the booklet on
that subject. To obtain a copy, write: Dr.
Roach No.1101, Box536475, Orlando, DRGEll_ADFLTJXXXX2013
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Fr HE to determine if home
REF NA E values have spiked in a
particular neighborhood
FROM PAGE 1 and to gain an accurate .:
appraisal of the home.
which includes closing This will help determine
costs. A person can if refinancing is frugal.
expect to pay anywhere Interest rates: Lower
from 2 to 5 percent of the interest rates often moti-
loan's value in closing vate homeowners to refi-
costs when refinancing. nance, as a lower interest
Lenders used to enable rate can save homeown-
some to roll the cost ers a substantial amount
of the closing into the of money over the course 2
mortgage, but stringent of their loans. However,
rules have changed the refinancing too soon
way many banks now do (within 4 years of the
business. If the finances original home loan) may
are simply not there to put homeowners in a
cover the closing costs, negative light. Lenders
refinancing may not be may see borrowers who
an option. refinance too soon or
Credit rating: If your too frequently as risky
credit rating is better borrowers who cannot
now than it was when sugqessfully manage
you, initially earned your their money.
home loan, then this Prepayment penal-
might be a good time to ties: Certain mortgages
refinance. Not only will: have prepayment
a person benefit from penalties built in.
a low market rate, the Should a person pay
interest rate may be even off the mortgage too -
lower because, lenders early, usually within
look more fondly on you two to five years, 2 to 4
now than they did years percent of the home's Interest rates are not the only factor homeowners must consider when deciding whether or not to refinance their mortgages.
ago. Lenders often base loan value must be paid
their assessments -of out. Refinancing counts
borrower reliability and as paying off one loan
stability on those po- and opening up another. A
tential borrowers' credit Penalties could deter a
scores, so a strong credit person from refinancing
score makes you look too soon.
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ances included, formal dining 2 STORY CONDO 3 Bed- Kissimmee Chain of Lake and great room with cathedral 109 N Scenic Hwy concrete block home has
room, handicap acessible, room 1.5 bath 2 story condo State Park. Owner is motivat- ceiling & fireplace, formal din- Frostproof FI newer kitchen cabinets, nice
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& back 2/screen enclosed $187,500.00 Call LOADED with amenities: 4BR great room/dining/kitchen shop! REDUCED TO There is a "Jack and Jill"
back porch, on over 1 Acre. Michelle 528-1136, Key- & 3BA home with 19 ft ceil- all with panoramic views of $79,000 & READY TO bath between this BR/den
Seller is extremely motivat- stone Realty Inc. 635- ings in great room/kitchen/ LAKE REEDY! Spacious SELL! Call Estelle 863- and the other 12.9x13 bed-
ed and started the price at 0030 foyer! Granite fireplace/lami- kitchen with many Kraft 632-2062 Estelle Sullivan room. 10x16 Kitchen has
only $165,000.00. Call nate & tile flooring/some Maid cabinetries (lots of Realty 109 N Scenic Hwy solid custom Oak cabinets,
Michelle Hutto 863-528- 105 Snooks Wardlaw granite window sills/sjlrround specialties), nice appli- Frostproof Fl www.Estelle- all appliances, tile flooring,
1136, Keystone Realty Road-3/2 like new concrete sound inside & outside/laun- ances, tile flooring, Sullivan.com closet pantry with hidden
Inc 863-635-0030. block home, next to Ben Hill dry chute/in-wall & floor pest 3BR/2.5BA, office (heat- storage and breakfast bar in
Griffin Jr Elem and Frost- control/walk-in-closets in all ed/cooled), 2 car garage, LAKE FRONT CONDO in between the formal living-
83 Laurel Lane Spacious proof High Schools Reduce bedrooms/formal dining screen porch overlooking South Shore Resort dining room. Amenities
3 bedroom 2 bath Palm Har- to $111,000.00 Call Wes- room/breakfast Lake Reedy, huge master 1BR/1BA Park Model right include alarm system; inside
bor double wide on 5 acres ley 528-8265, Keystone nook/office/double garage suite has its own master on the lake with screen laundry, built-ins, attached 2
of fenced land ideal for hors- Realty 635-0030 PLUS 3 bedrooms upstairs bath with a corner Jacuzzi, porch! Amenities include car garage with full bath;
es or cows, Asking only and one bath with tub/shower separate shower, linen clos- clubhouse/pool/dock/boat sun room (heated/cooled)
$80,000. OBO Call Wes- 258 Quail Run Road- & two separate vanity areas, et, water closet and walk-in- launch & More! ASKING with tile flooring and win-
ley 863-528-4265 at OVERSIZED 4 bedroom 2 Master Suite downstairs has closet' LOTS MORE TO SEE! $45,900 Call Estelle dows overlooking the lake,
Keystone Realty Inc. bath double wide with living 2 walk-in-cl6sets, bath with ASKING $335,000 Call 863-632-2062 Estelle Sul- deck & woods; tile flooring
room, dining and large Jacuzzi tub/separate show- Estelle 863-632-2062 livan Realty 109 N Scenic throughout except in bed-
9 Keenan Way-Three full kitchen with lots of cabinets, er/dual sinks, make-up Estelle Sullivan Realty 109 N Hwy Frostproof FI rooms, thermal windows,
baths for each of the three island, pantry, family room area/sitting bench & 2 walkin- Scenic Hwy Frostproof Fl www.EstelleSullivan.com foyer, long dock with steps
bedrooms, block home with with corner fireplace and closets. Office/laundry www.EstelleSullivan.com to get into boat as well a
ceramic tile, family room built in TV unit. Wide hallway room/3rd bathroom also REDUCED! SUPER NICE loading dock for airboat.
with fireplace, two open with built in desk/cabinets downstairs. Kitchen has gran- CLINCH LAKE 3BR/2BA 2BR/2BA home on Lake Special interest items are
lanai's, one partially Sits on a 5 ACRE partially ite counter tops & island with home with separate Reedy home with a vaulted high pole barn (will house
screened, in town location, fenced in property, has ice-machine & sink, built in 1BR/1BA living area for ceiling in the Great room. All RV/Airboat & more, Artesian
very close to Lake Reedy. mature oak trees Asking microwave & convection oven guests, friends or in-laws! rooms have a view of the well, detached 2-car garage
Reduce price to $110,000.00 Call .so much more! 4BR/3BA two- Home has vaulted great lake, tiled throughobt, nice with living area above for
$93,500.00 Call Cindy Michelle, Keystone Real- story home also has lake room with living. area/din- Kitchen with all appliances, grandchildren or visiting
528-0366 Keystone ty 635-0030 access. CAN'T BE REPLACED ing/and kitchen combined slate flooring on big screen friends or family members!
Realty Inc. 863-635- FOR $249,999 (oak cabinetry & all appli- porch overlooking Lake Property backs up to
0030. Babson Park Call Estelle @ 863-632- ances),split bedroom plan, Reedy, & garage. REDUCED Arbuckle State Park which
642 Hillside-2 or 3bed- 2062 Estelle Sullivan "in-law suite has lbr/lba TO $199,900 Call Estelle you. may use for a nominal
90 S Lake Moody Rd- room/1.5 bath concrete Realty and a full kitchen!" 12x50 863-632-2062 Estelle Sul- yearly fee and government
Lake Moody Access Enjoy block, single carport, par- 109 N Scenic Hwy screen porch, has a great livan Realty 109 N Scenic owned land the balance of
220 ft. of Lakefront View on tially fenced back yard Frostproof Fl view of Clinch lake, seawall Hwy Frostproof Fl the lake! WHAT A LOCATION!
the Wide Water of Lake ceramic tile throughout, www.EstelleSullivan.com & dock and MANY MORE www.EstelleSullivan.com Call Estelle Sullivan (Realty)
Moody. This charming 4 br. hardwood cabinets, current-EXTRAS! ASKING for further details and to
home with split bedroom ly being used as three bed- 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES $333,500-$335;000Call ARBUCKLE LAKE FRONT see! 863-632-2062
plan sits in 3.37 acres. room rental unit Asking Estelle 863-632-2062 HOME! Only 5 parcels of To see any of these
Plenty of room to expand, $72,500. OBO Call Cindy LAKE FRONT-ACCESS Estelle Sullivan Realty 109 N non-State/non-government homes!
great for small farm, hors- 528-0366, Keystone HOMES Scenic Hwy Frostproof FI owned property on Arbuckle Call Estelle 863-632-
es, animals & hobbies. A Realty 863-635-0030 www.EstelleSullivan.com Lake! This home is for the 2062
small grove is included on a SOLD SOLD! LAKE REEDY buyer who wants seclusion Estelle Sullivan Realty
corner lot. Huge detached HOME 2 bedroom 1 full LAKE ACCESS: Crooked & privacy. Land looks the 109 N Scenic Hwy
garage/workshop in rear Lake Wales bath Spacious living room, Lake 3BR/2BA home same as when the Indians Frostproof FI
plus a carport. 4/2 home 4649 Caloosa Blvd. kitchen, family room with loaded with amenities. Two occupied the land! Beautiful, www.EstelleSullivan.com
Asking $199,000 Other- 3 bedroom 2 bath, one car dining area, dock, city story, 3BR/2BA open great well-maintained large
wise Best Offer! Call Fred garage, open living areas water, well for yard, and room, pool. table, newer 3BR/3BA home is loaded!
863-257-2210, Keystone with skylights. Nicely fea- large shed! SOLD! SOLD! kitehen cabinets & appli- 29x19 open living area has
Realty Inc 863-635-0030 tured dining room with built SOLD! Call Estelle 863- ances, nice pantry with ice vaulted ceiling with a sky-
in glass front cabinets. Ask- 632-2062 Estelle Sulli- machine & extra refrigera- light, tile flooring, and opens
15 C Street 3 bedrooms, ing only $54,000 Call van Realty tor, outside kitchen with gas onto heated/cooled "sun" 1040 CONDOS/VILLAS
2 baths, with pool and one Michelle @ Keystone 109 N Scenic Hwy Frost- grill & exhaust system, RV room with all tile flooring FOR SALE
bedroom garage apartment. Realty, Inc 863-528- proof Fl www.EstelleSulli- enclosed port, privacy and a wall of windows with ---
Wood floors, fireplace, nice 1103 or 863-635-0030 van.com fenced, private road open to beautiful scenery! Split bed- Streamfront Land Bargain!
front and back screened "PENDING" Crooked Lake! ASKING room plan along with open 1.7 acre wooded corner
porches. Reduce price to SOLD! LAKE FRONT $175,000 Call Estelle floor plan makes home parcel in Blue Ridge Moun-
$110,000 Call Wesley @ Fort Meade 2BR/2BA home. Loaded 863-632-2062 Estelle Sul- appear even larger!'Master tains. 390' on crystal clear
Keystone Realty, Inc 863- 308 S. Orange Ave; Short with amenities! 2 car livan Realty 109 N Scenic suite has 15.-x15.9 bed- stream, natural year-round
635-0030 Sale:3 bedroom/1 bath con- garage, irrigation system Hwy Frostproof Fl room that opens onto heat- spring. Paved road, municipal
crete block home, carport from well, city water, Con- www.EstelleSullivan.com ed/cooled "sun" room and a water, utilities, mild restric-
1909 S. Lake Reedy Blvd fenced back yard, utility crete Dock/lights, shed, spacious master bath to teins R-- friendly 0-Was
- 4 bedroom 2 bath on over shed, roof a/c and windows great open patio & Much HARD TO FIND A LAKE include tub with shower & $69,900, now $27,900. -
3/4 acres with 100' of Lake less than five years old Ask- More! $178,000 SOLD! FRONT HOME on a crystal- dual sinks. 16.6x13 bed- Excellent financing Call now
Reedy frontage. Dock, Boat ing only 59,000.00 Call SOLD! SOLD! Call Estelle clear lake! Completely fur- room is now used as a den. 866-9525303Ext 63
house, large screened indy 528-0366 Ke- 863-632-2062 Estelle Sul- nished 1BR/1BA, in good
Cindy 528-0366, Key- condition with huge work-
porch overlooking the lake. stone Realty 863-635-109 N Scenic condition with huge work- Oiq
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newly painted, wood lami- WITH CONTRACT!
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is right at dock/bench/light, 30x40
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204 Woodstork Way 3 your floor, great Gazebo with gas
bedroom 2 b ath doublewide fingertips grill for entertaining, and sit-
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1090 MOBILE HOMES 1110 OUT OF AREA HOMES 1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1210 HOMES FOR RENT 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 1520 OUT OFTOWN LOTS
FOR SALE DEVELOPER FORCED UQ- place, formal dining room, Services, Inc 863-6760024 JUST LISTED! 2.7 ACRE NC mountain property
IBREEE HL ON THE UIDATION Smoky Mtn. Lake large family room, screen or visit www.LegacyLeas- LAKE FRONT LOT on must go. 4.5 acres with out-
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LAKE Financing/5% interest. Hurry- rent. $1,350/ month, SD Retail/Office Space for lease Fenced and gated! Only neigh- home or cabin. (828)394-
Community has clubhouse, Only 30 Reservations avail- $1,350. Call Cole Vogel at in a community that boasts bor on one side is orange 9298. Ask for Richard
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slips, shuffle board courts 1210 HOMES FOR RENT www.LegacyLeases.com is an attached bathroom and Call Estelle @ 863-632- 1.70 acres meadows over-
and paved roads. 600 additional square feet 2062 Estelle Sullivan looks 140 acre nature pre
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9078 Lake Point Blvd. proof 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath 3BR/2BA HOME is located existing 950 sq ft. ater and 109 N Scenic Hwy 19,900. 6.1 acre hard-
2BR/2BA with carport home, charming older wood in the Dinner Lake subdivi- wifi included in rent. Frostproof FI woods. Only $27,900. FREE
2BR/2A with carport, home, charming older wood a gated communi. $800/month. woods. Only 27,900. FREE
screen porch ASKING frame home with great loca- has a spacious open floor Call Maggie Stohler at wwwstelleSuivan.c boat slips. Excellent financ-
$35,900 Call Paul Bieber tion on a corner lot facing plan with bonus room, two Legacy Leasing Services, Inc LAND FOR SALE ing. Little down, Call now. 1-
863-224-6559 Scenic Hwy, close to restau- car garage, and a meticu- 863-676-0024 or visit Blue Jordan Forest877-8880267 Ext. 446.
rants, stores and schools, lously manicured yard with www.LegacyLeases.com 3.53 Ac wooded for Home
9186 Lake Point Blvd. City water and sewer. Ask- separate well for irrigation. 0. 1610 BUSINESS RENTALSAd
2BR/1.5BA, carport, well ing $600/month, 1st, last Professional lawn care includ- 3$108 Ac woodedForTHome_ _
kept, newer kitchen, work- and Security Deposit to ed in rent. $1,300/month 3.08 Ac wooded For Home Comm Warehouse 4 Rent
shop in back, carport & move in. Call Michelle and SD $1,300. Call Cole $14,900. A F 1500 sqft 30x50 w/10x10
patio ASKING $49,900 Hutto 863-528-1136, Vogel at Legacy Leasing Ser- 3.29 Ac For Doubwide roll up dr. 3 ph power. 2
Call Paul Bieber 863- Keystone Realty Inc. vices, Inc 863-676-0024 or M.H. $16,000. Droll upres. 3 ph pavailable
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www.LegacyLeases.com M.H. Well/Pump/partly 28x 50 open bay. Warehouse
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9213 Lake Point Blvd. 4 Colony Ave-Frostproof Lake Wales-3BR/2BA 212 E. Stuart Ave. 3.16 Ac For Doublewide 287-9931. LW
2BR/2BA well kept, dou- 2/1 concrete block home home features a fireplace in Lake Wales, FL 33853 M.H. $18,000. REDUCED! Commercial prop-
blewide with carport? ASK- w/carport, central heat & the living room, a bonus 3.51 Ac For Doublewide erty.322 S Scenic Hwy, LW.
ING $51,900 Call Paul air, fenced in back yar room off living area, M.H. "corner lot" $29,500. Prime location.lOK sq ft shop
Bieber 863-224-6559 $600.00/month, 1st & Sec. screened porch and large, 1300 DUPLEXES FOR RENT Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062 w/14ft overhead doors.1500
Call Michelle 528-1136. private, fenced backyard. sq ft office/showrm w/AC.
3653 Breeze Way Beauti- Convenient to town and walk- FOR RENT Duplex Apartment. LAND FOR SALE IN $1500 mo. +security. 863-
ful 2BR/2BA Doublewide, 100 Overocker Circle- ing distance to Hillcrest Ele- Lake Side close in. (863)-676- FROSTPROOF 678-1498 or 863-241-
remodeled nicely inside, Frostproof 3/1 concrete mentary Available mid 1498 or 863-241-
screen porch overlooks the block home, central heat & December. $850/month, SD 6201... 2+ Ac $12,000; 1528.
lake, newer 12x24 storage air, all appliances included 850. Call Maggie Stohler at A $10,000;1620 MMERCA
shed. Comes with member- $800.00/month 1st & Sec. Legacy Leasing Services, Inc 1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT Three parcels 1 Ac each 1620 COMMERCIAL
shiped. Comes wi m tembe- $8000Cl Cindy 5-0 863-676-0024 or .visit $15,000/parcel; INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
ship in COPA and maite- Call Cindy 528-0366. www.LegacyLeases.com COLONIAL SQUARE 3+ Ac $25,000;
nance fees paid thru Dec APARTMENTS 8+ Ac $58,900 Call Estelle COMMERCIAL PROPER-
2013! REDUCED TO 10 Keen Road- Babson Park- FULLY FUR- SPRING SPECIALS @ 863-632-2062 TIES
$69,900 Call Paul Bieber Frostproof-Villa style apart- NISHED 3BR/3BA LAKE SPRING PECo ts with Two Buildings with a total of 6
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inclusive, power, water, Crooked Lake. Brand new c OR anS way frontage, all ih good con-
Two Lots For Sale in Breeze appliances, furniture, all hardwood floors throughout floor plans, big closets E OR ACCESS way frontage, all i good con-
Hill come with water & linens, cable, home large screened in & FREE WATER LAKE REEDY ESTATES: dition. ASKING $150,000
sewer for manufactured $1000/month. Internet porch, and much more. Dock Starting at $475/ month NEW LISTING! Lake Reedy District
homes! Asking $8,500 & available for $30 per month. with dusk till dawn lights Move-In Specials too Estates 1 acre lot, paved Central ,Business District
hmes sking $8,500A al efo8 nt h kd C v- cas ae 1 es, Building 2310 SF ASKING
$).0 ~CALL PAUL Call Cindy 863-528-0366 aboveand below the water at Call. 24/7: 866-485- road, Lake Access, cleared Building 2310 SF ASKING
BIBER >REA.TIL PWLH the white sand beach. Cov- 4961 drive and homesite! Very $65,000 OBO
ESTELLE SULLIVAN 10 Keen Road- ered carport with parking Or visit us online at: wooded! ASKING $18,500
EA 863- 9 Frostproof-Villa style apart- space for up to four cars and ColonialSuareBartow.com 1 Acre backs up to Orange COMMERCIAL
REA 863-224-6559 Frostproof-Via stye apart- backyard is fenced. Lawn grove ASKING 9,000 Call LOTS ASKING $36,000
OR go to www.paulsell- ment: 1 bedroom, 1 bath All maintenance included in rent. Estelle @ 863-632-2062 Call Estelle @ 863-632-
slakewales.com inclusive, power, water, $1300/month, SD $1300. OAKWOOD MANOR 20623
appliances, furniture, all Call Cole Vogel at Legacy APARTMENTS FROSTPROOF LOTS Estelle Sullivan Realty
CALOOSA LAKE VILLAGE linens, cable. $750/month. Leasing Services, Inc 863- PRICES REDUCED FOR ity lot water & seweake 109 N Scenic Hwy
LAKE WALES Internet available for $30 676-0024 or visit www.Lega- LEASE UP! view, (home oly$239 Frostproof FI
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with Estelle Sullivan Frostproof, FL 33843 golf community loate on water. 8636322062 OWNER FINANCING
Realty realtygirl@juno.com the 2nd floo of condo build- Studio from only $425/mo LAKE FRONT LOT $298,000
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6012 GARAGE SALES 6260 MISCELLANEOUS 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS 7009 USED CARSTRUCKS 7009 USED CARS/fRUCKS
FOR SALE
North Pointe Development
is holding their -----------------------
isAnnual Community Yard 1998 Wurlitzer Console:
Annual Community Yard :Piano with bench, bought_
Sale in Lake Wales on 9th n riench, bought
Street & Bums Ave. Sat Nov new rarely played $200.00 2002 Chevrolet Impala,
S16 OBO 1997 Mazda Miata Base Burgundy, $6,999. Automat-
from 8:00 am-1:00 pm. 863-533-6138 10 Kia Soul, leather, fully Convertible. $5,500. 2dr. ic. Stock# 370208. 4dr 2003 Mitsubishi Montero
SGRIZZLY -IFE SAN-I DER & loaded, included a sunroof, 1.80 1.8L 14 SMPI DOHC. Sedan, 4-spd, 6-cyl 180 hp Sport $6,999. Black. Auto
6020 AUCTIONS BUFFER. 1HP 350 NEW. auto, low...low miles, one Classic Red. Stock# engine, MPG: 21 City32 High matic. Stock# 013437. 4x2,
owner Certified Carfax. Call 14049A. Call Cannon's Car way. Call Corona Auto Sa s 4-spd, 6cyl 197 hp engine
$150 or BEST OFFER. Sam at Alan Jay Toyota at City 863-248-8665. 863-551-8041. MPG: 17 City2l Highway. CalI
LAKEFRONT HORSE FARM 5- 863.679.1312. Call for apt. 863-402-4272. Corona Auto Sales 863-551-801.
Bedroom Home, 3-Stall Barn, LW. 551-8041.
Large Workshop, Garage, _r/ 0 i pA a__1p n2
Scenic Lake Frontage, Dock, 6270 WANEDTO CHECK THE oaI Adverise Today
Pier. Price reduced 6270WANTED CHECK THED
$799,000. Owner Financing. BUY/TRADE CLASSIFIEDS!
Lake Tillery, East of Charlotte, 2002 Ford Mustang. Blue.
NC. Iron Horse Properties. i 1 Automatic. $6,499. Stock#
(800)997-2248. www.iron- BUYING 1998 Dodge Dakota, 5SP, 4 167623. 2dr Coupe, 5-spd, 6
horseproperties.net GOLD, SILVER, cyl, No A/C, 208,608, Black, Ci29 Highway. enginllorona 2003 Volkswagen Passat
LAKEFRONT HORSE FARM 5- COINS, JEWELRY Toyoa Tundra Crew 1500. AutSales-g A2u 4d$7 9
Cab, Ready to go to work for Cash N Carry ONLY Stock# 274699. 4dr Gront-
ro H 3- r Highest Prices In History ou, full equipped one owner or Layaway wheel Drive Sedan, 5-spd, 4-
icLarge Workshop, Garage, yrs/0000 miles power J's Auto Mart cyl 170 hp engine, MPG: 21
Scenic Lake Frontage, Dock, ANY CONDITION train warranty "Toyota Certi- 16580 Hwy 27 the. City30 Highway. Call Coron
Pier. Price reduced Lake Wales, FL
0per ner r e WE BUY IT ALL, and Pay So Much fied", clean Carfax only 32390 Lake Wales FL Auto Sales 83-551-8041.
$799 000 Owner Financing. We Almost Want to Cry. You, of miles. Are you already, this 863-676-5283 w Y63
Lake fillery, East of Charlotte, Course, Will Laugh With Glee! truck is thousands below new.
NC. Iron Horse Properties. Call Sam at Alan Jay Toyota in the
(800)997-2248. www.iron- See PHIL at the former at 863-402-4272.
horseproperties.net HOLLY'S ARMY NAVY STORE
3440 Ave G NW ss i d
Winter Haven _" ________'2004 Cadillac CTS Sedan.
C Mon-Sat 10amo-5:30pm e S Silver green. $6,994. Stock#
Call first to confirm I'm there C13112A. 4dr Sedan. 3.60
863-299-6031 1999 Dodge RAM Van Con- 3.6L V6 WT. 5- speed Auto-
Our 33rd Year. version van passenger. mriatic with over drive. Call
11 Toyota Sienna LE, "The $5,975. Black. Stock# Cannon's Car City 863-
6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS REAL GOT SURPLUS perfect people hauler" one CC1600A. Call Sorensen & 2002 Infnit X4 Luxu 2488665.
SMilitary Boots,Uniforms, owner 7yrs/100000 miles Schade. 800-639-5337. SUV. i7,800. 4 L 3.50 3.56
Surger Overlock-4 Spool. Ammo Cans, Sleep Gear, power train warranty. "Toyota SV6 D7,HC. 4-s Au
Like new with 61 spools of Folding ShovelsCertified" Fully Loaded Carfax V6 DOHC. 4-speed Automatic
ete Folding ShovelsH ts,Bg Ot Certified, one of a kind, low with override. Dark Blue.
thread $200.00 OBO 863- Bags, Survival Kits, miles save over $12987.00. Stock# P7788. Call Can-
'533-0889 Paracord, Officer Duty Call Sam at Alan Jay Toyota non's 8665. 2004 Chrysler Town &Car City 863-248
Gear, Knives, at 863-402-4272. 19992004 Chrysler Town &
6130 SPORTING GOODS Holsters, Cots Country Touring Minivan/
SPAYING CASH FOR USED 1985 Jaguar XJS V-12 2WD 150. Price $3,999. Van. $,6. 4dr 3.80 3.
----------------- MILITARY GEAR Coupe. Gray / Red interior. Stock#: P5121A. 8-cylinder V6 OHV. 4-speed Automatic.
across from Home Depot, Runs Great, w/h all records. 5.7L V8. Automatic 4-seed. Butane Blue .Stock#
10 Speed Boy and Girl, new across from Home Depot Drive AS IS. $4500. Call 863- Kelley's Used Cars. 863- B4002Ae Calle Cannon's Car
'tires $75.00 each OBO, 2346 US 27 North S 267500. 8630- s U Crs 6 3- 14002A. CallCh Caale Cannon's Ca86
:_-533, _._3 Sebring, Fl 863-382-0600 268-41164 269-977. 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier City 863-248-8665.
86353-a88 9 Sebring, Fl 863-382-0600 Base Sedan. $3,550. Blue.
*DVERTISE Stock# P7573A. 4dr Sedan.
6180 HEAVYICONST. 2.20 2.2L 4-Cylinder SPI -
EQUIPMENT In DOHC SPI 16V. Call Cannon's
The Classifieds! Car City 863-248-8665.
SAWMILLS -Band/Chainsaw -
SPRING SALE Cut lumber 2005 Chrysler Town and
any dimension, anytime. 7000 1994 Ford Raner. Nice Co ry ihi-an
AKE M n and SVE Body need work .0 Motor 2000 Ford Explorer SUV; $6 99 Gold Sftck #
$MOY d 1,800. Auto, 6 cyl, A/C, 154,119, C6084A. Call Sorensen &
MONEY In stock ready to ship. Amm $6,9T9 c
Starting at e 95a00 ps Csh NCarry ONLY $2,220. Schade. 800-639-5337
ww.NorwoodSawmills.com/ or Layaway Cash N Carry ONLY
www.N (800)578-1363 J's Auto Mart or Layaway
300N (800)578-1363 16580 Hwy 27 J's Auto Mart 2003 Chevy S-10, Auto,
Ext.300N Lake Wales, FL 16580 Hwy 27 4cyl, A/C, 145,779, white'.
863-676-5283 Lake Wales, FL $ 2,000.
6232 CATS TiA IO 863-676-5283 Cash N Carry ONLY 2005 Dodge Caravan.
|22CASTRANSPORTATION or Layaway White. Automatic. $4,999.
FREE KITTENS 6 months Js Auto Mart Stock# 416108. Passenger
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old 1 male 2 females, shots, 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS Lake Wales, FL engine, MPG: 20 City26 Hi h-
neutered, spayed, free to 863-676-5283 way. Call Corona Auto Sa es
ood home. 863-533- 1995 Chrysler Cirrus LX 863-551-8041.
10 Sedan.$2,95.Purple. Stock#
531780. Well maintained and
6233 DOGS ready for its next enthusiastic 2001 Mazda B3000 AC
owner. Call Sorensen & EXCAB 4 DR $2,500.
FREE TO GOOD HOME Mini- 03 Ford Rangr ex-cab XLT Schade. 800-639-5337. Cash N Carry ONLY
Ford Ranger ex-cab XLT or Layaway 2003 Chrysler PT Crusier
ture Doverman and Sharpie auto, pwr windows and locks J's Auto Mart Touring SUV. $5,600. White.
Mix. 6 months old. low miles real beauty 16580 Hwy 27 Stock# P7774. 2.40 2.4L 4- 2005 Hummer H2 SUT. Call
863 440 3853 $9608.00. Call Sam at Alan Lake Wales, FL cylinder SMPI DOHC 16V. Call for pric. Stock#: P5127. 8-
Jay Toyota at 863-402- 863-676-5283 Cannon's Car City 863- cylinder 6.OL V8. Automatic 4
6260 MISCELLANEOUS 248-8665. speed. White. Kelley's Used
6260 MISCELLANEOUS 1Cars. 863-269-0977.
FOR SALE 1995 Jeep Wrangler S SUV. r
FOR SALE $4,900. 2dr. 2.50 2.5L 14 E
10" CHICAGO 'RADIAL MPI SOHC 8V Gasoline. White.
10" CHICAGO $RADIAL Stock# B13044B. Call Can-
.SAW. $500 NEW. $250 or non's Car City 863-248- 2002 Buick Regal GS
BEST OFFER 863.679.1312 8665. Sedan.Black. $4,289. Stock#
call for apt. LW. 04 Toyota Tacoma ex-cab, 2003 Lincoln LS V8 Sedan. 2006 GMC Sierra 1500
auto, pwr windows and locks1999 130 Model Infiniti. B13134A. 4-Speed Automatic 2003 Lincoln LS V8 Sedan. 2006 GMC Sierra 1500
$150 orI BEST OFFER. very low miles only 54551 well 128,000 miles. Color Cham with OverdriVe, GRAND SPORT $5,000. 4dr. 3.90 3.9L V8 SLT. Red. Automatic 4speed.
12" GRIZZLY BAND S AWT OFFER. maintained, super clean. Call pagne. New tires. Run well. and VALUE PLUS. Call Can- DOHC 32V. 5-speed select Price $17,980. Stock#:
maintained, super clean. Call pagne. Newn's Car City 863-248- shift. Automatic. Silver. Stock# P5040. 8-cylinder 5.3L V8.
863.679.1312. Call for apt. Sam at Alan Jay Toyota at Automatic. $3,500. 863-424- 8665. P7577A. Call Cannon's Car Kelley's Used Cars. 863-269-
LW 863-402-4272. 6214. Winter Haven. City 863-248-8665. 0977.








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7009 USED CARSITRUCKS 7009 USED CARSITRUCKS 7009 USED CARS/TRUCKS
SThe average cost

of a brewed
2006 Mercury Grand Mar-
uis LS Sedan. $7,995 2010 expedition limited 2012 Nissan Rogue SV
Green. Stock #C6076A. Call 4x4. one owner. Silver, 73500 SUV. $18,900. Black. Stock#
Sorensen & Schade. 800- miles. $26450.00. Gene CD4097. Call Sorensen & Of C
639-5337. Davis, Alan Jay Ford Schade. 800-639-5337.
Wauchula. 863-773-3992.
& $1.38

2007 Ford Explorer Sport 2010 Ford Fusion Sedan. 2012 Nissan Sentra Sedan.
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$17,995. Stock#: P5069. 6- Great MPG! Was $16,800, like-new Nissan! MUST GO-
cylinder V6. Automatic 5- Reduced to only $14,995. Drastically reduced to
speed. Blue. Kelley's Used Call Joe today at Auto $13,756! Call Joe today at
Cars. 863-269-0977. Ranch USA at 863-633- Auto Ranch USA at 863-
9761. 633-9761.


2007 FORD SPORTTRACK
STK# FC64710X TAN 2011 f150 s/crew. 4x2 xlt, 2012 Toyota Tundra EXT
$19988. V-6, TOW PKG, 34K clean. 5.0 v8. clean car-fax. CAB Truck Quad Cab.
MILES LOCAL TRADE. Alan Jay white, 41000 miles. $23,997. White. Stock#
Ford Sebring. CALL $23499.00. Gene Davis, Alan C6077A. Call Sorensen &
JONATHAN 863-271-9590. Ja Ford Wauchula. 863- Schade. 800-639-5337.
773-3992.
A -ABargain
Hunters
2007 Pontiac G6 Base Delight C st
Sedan. $8,249. 4dr. 2.40 2011 Ford Fusion SEL
ECOTEC 2.4L 14 MPI. 4-- Price: $14,999. Stock#: Check the
speed. Automatic with over- P4981. 4-cylinder 2.5L 4cyls.
drive. Green. Stock# P7780. Automatic 6-speed. Steel blue Classifieds fi r t C aSS
Call Cannon's Car city 863- metallic. Kelley's Used Cars.
248-8665. 863-269-0977. first!
Employ Classified! A Whole US Postage
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2008 Dodge Durango Lim- of shop i
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on & Sad a too! Price reduced to only
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2008 FORD EDGE
STIK#F101543A RED 2013 CHRYSLER TOWN &
$14988vVN-6 AUTO, A/C, 2012 Chevrolet Malibu COUNTRY STK# RF0681
LOCAL TRADE Alan Jay Ford 2L2. Price $19,995. Stock#: LIGHT. BLUE $26877
Sebring. CALL JONATHAN P5083. Silver. 6-cylinder 3.6L LEATHER, DUAL PWR SLID-
863-271-9590. V6. Automatic 6-speed. Kel- ERS, FAMILY READY. Alan Jay
le 's Used Cars. 863-269- Ford. CALL JONATHAN
Get the 0977. 863-271-9590
Word out 7
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in the <7
Classifieds! 2012 Chevy Malibu LT. 2013 Dodge Avenger Sto
i Loaded & very nice w/ leather, edn16600. C all Sorensen &
'- only 29K miles! Retail price 1597. Call Sorensen &
$19,999 price reduced to Schade. 800-639-5337. -BJ
Ranch USA at 863-633-
2008 Honda Civic 2DR CPE 9761. 3
EX AT. Stock#: P5046A. Auto- C ost o
matic 5-speed. Black. 4-cylin- FO R LTD
der 1.8L 4 cyls. Price 2013 FORD EDGE LTD
$10,999. Kelley's Used Car. STK# RFO671A BLACK-
863-269-0977 $29877. LEATHER, POWER
2012 Chrysler 200 Convert PKG, LOCAL TRADE. Alan Jay
Convertible. $17,500. White. Ford Sebring. CALL
Stock# CC1596. 2DR. Call JONATHAN 863-271-9590. new spaper
Sorensen & Schade. 800- ne wspaper
639-5337. 7260 AUTOS WANTED
2008 Hyundai Santa Fe All Autos Bought with or with- O N LY C EN TS
Limited. Price $11,999. out tle any condition, year,
3.3L V6. Green. Automatic 5- .20,000and offer free towing I -
speed. Kelley's Used Cars. 2012 Ford Edge SL. Price $20,000 and offer free t
863-269-0977. $26,495. Stock#: P120 6 call: 813-5 16-0847ake alesNews
cylinder 3.5L V6. Automatic 6- The e Wales
speed. Kelley's Used Cars. 7290 VANS nP -RS"_i
863-269-0977. 2 AL H
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Caravan Wheelchair Van The Fort Meade Leader e Polk uny Dmo
2009 PONTIAC SOLSTICE with 10" lowered floor; wheel 7u _.. t- ar Vank --FltM 4
STK# F106184C BUR- chair ramp;- wheelchair tie hu I i --and 'l i beavoidedwith
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MILES LOCAL TRADE. Alan Ja 4x4 xlt. One owner/non smok- 7 MSC B S
Ford Sebring. CALL er. super clean, eco-boost, 7333 MISC. BOATS
JONATHAN 863-271-9590. 23600 miles. $31970.00. Call
JONATHAN 86 71-9590.Gene Davis, Alan Ja Ford JON BOAT, 14ft. 6hp John-
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$1200 Call 863-899-2648.
7370 CAMPERSI
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SLT. A real working truck,
priced to sell! Retail price 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee 16ft utility trailer. 2 axles. a 8 6 3 5 3 3 -4 1 8 3
33,175, Reduced to just Overland SUV. $34,995. Extended drop gate. Very
29,995. Call Joe today at Blue. Stock# CD4089. Cal good condition. $975. 863-
Auto Ranch USA at 863- Sorensen & Schade. 800- 855-0845. LW.
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