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Council considers funds for Relay for Life
By JAMES COULTER Frostproof Relay for Life, along with Chambers wrote in a letter addressed someone to take the position as the
FROSTPROOFNEWS@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM Fort Meade City Commissioner Barbara to the City prior to the meeting. Frostproof leader.
Manley, appeared before the city Mayor Anne Dickinson inquired if Relay for Life is an annual nation-
The Frostproof City Council was council hoping that the city become a Frostproof has a leader for the event, wide fundraiser held by the American
approached on Monday by a represen- sponsor as the City of Fort Meade has. commenting how difficult it would Cancer Society to raise funds for cancer
tative from the Relay for Life seeking Fort Meade Deputy City Clerk be for the city to participate without research and awareness.
sponsorship for next year's event, but Melissa Newman said the city has leadership. The overnight fundraiser involves
was met by some reservation since the agreed to give $500 to help out the "I think you're going to find that teams and volunteers camping out
annual event is being combined with newly combined effort. Frostproof is not going to participate around a designated track while taking
the one in Fort Meade and being held "In these economic times it may be having to go to Fort Meade with no turns walking laps around it, all the
in that city. difficult for individuals to give as much leadership," Dickinson said. while raising money through food,
Thelma Chambers, Sponsorship as in the past so we urge our local busi- After much discussion, the council
Chairman for the Fort Meade and nesses to help us as much as you can," agreed that they would try to find COUNCIL 120

Bullying issue hits home after recent death

Sheriff urges parents to be aggressive monitoring online, cellphone activity
It's a crime scene Polk County Sheriff.
GradyJudd won't soon forget.
As he stood gazing at the body of
12-year-old Rebecca Sedwick, who
took her own life by leaping from the
top of an abandoned cement silo, the
area's top law enforcer said he had one
S My gosh, what could be so bad to
cause her to jump?" Judd told an audi-
ence of parents Monday night at Lewis
Anna Woodbury school in Fort Meade.
It became a crime scene because,
ultimately, charges for aggravated
stalking were placed in the bullying
case that involved, in a large way,
the relatively new phenomena of
"Bullying is not against the law, and
quite frankldy should not be against the
law," Judd said. "I don't want law en-
forcement involved in bullying. We don't
want to criminalize children. But when
it goes past bullying to stalking and
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd listens as the Lewis Anna Woodbury"Sound of the Pride" chorus performs a song about bullying Monday night at
BULLY 120 the Fort Meade elementary school.

Streamsong job fair Dec. 2,3 'U.S. 27 crash

Mosaic is on pace to have the main "Streamsong will be hiring for over ,
portion of its Streamsong Resort open 50 positions (some needing multiple c d riv e e
in January. staff members) and giving condition- c.- d ir st
As a result, they are looking to hire al offers on site," noted Marybeth A one-vehicle crash on US. heading south onU.S. 27 just south of
hundreds of people to fill dozens of Soderstrom, the community outreach Hi n- gFrs h eSd headn sery .R justo
different positions, everything from director for Polk Works. "Right now, Highway 27 near Frostproof an y Xeriscape Nursery Road n Frostproot
concierge to line cooks, reservation all the positions are listed on www morning claimed the life of an Avon Police said that for unknown reasons,
specialists, housekeepers and security, and job seekers Park woman the vehicle entered into the n rass
personnel. are encouraged to apply online inI' rertethe vta 53- ot l
Polk Works officials have indicated advance for the position they would reported the victim as 53-year-old tur lane
that a special Streamsong job fair will like. We also encourage that job seekers Sharon Williams. According to witnesses and
be held Dec. 2 and 3 from 10 a.m. Police say Williams was driv-
to 7 p.m. each day. JOB 1 20 g a silver 2003Toyota Matrix 20

In the Nov. 13, 2013; edition of The Lake tudents arn ighlanders
Wales News, it was noted that One of a the dangers rolling
_____L Kind, a retail shop, was formerly owned by of texting and
Mary and Tom Walkup. The store has not driving
been sold. It still belongs to the Walkups. We
-illto apologize for the error.

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The dangers of texting

Event teaches students the

dangers of texting while driving

By CATHY PALMER the physical event was held Nov. 15 in dozens and dozens
CORRESPONDENT the school's parking lot of signatures by
Winter Haven Police Department midway into the
- "More than 200 Winter Haven High School Resource Officer Jose Perez day-long event PHOTOS BY AL PALMER
School students got out of class to try laid out a mini-driving course for The event WHHS freshman Samantha Olmo, 14, tries to maneuver the driving
driving while texting on Friday while students to maneuver through driving -was sponsored course which illustrates how difficult is is to text while driving. She
others tried their hand at sinking a golf cart, then asked them to take by the Health is paired with the Winter Haven Police Department School Resource
baskets and walking a straight line the course again while texting. The Occupational Officer Jose Perez who helped steer her through the course
while wearing "beer goggles." result was highly effective as watching Students of
The event in support of the anti-tex- students noted vociferously when America and a host Romeo Italian Restaurant, Subway and
ting while driving law, hosted by the drivers mowed down cones and cut- of sponsors including: Applebee's Tropical Smoothie.
school's medical academy, also was to out pedestrians. Restaurant, Boston Market, Budokin This is the second year a similar
Sraise funds for cystic fibrosis research, Students paid $1 each to take the of Winter Haven, Carrabas of Winter event has been staged, but since the
according to academy director and driving course and don the impaired Haven, Center State Bank, Crispers, anti-texting while driving law went
event organizer Veronica Durrwachter. driver goggles which simulates how Dairy Queen, Dunkin Donuts, Fire into effect on Oct. 1, Duttwachter
Durrwachter said the anti-texting ac- one may react after drinking or taking Restaurant, Fred's Southern Kitchen, said, the HOSA group renewed its
tivities actually kicked off on Halloween drugs. They then had the option to sign Home Depot, Lowe's, Ott-Laughlin awareness campaigning to remind
with an awareness campaign at one of a banner announcing they pledged Funeral Home, Manny's Chop House, teen drivers of the consequences of
the county's larger high schools, but not to text and drive. The banner had Patricia Rodriguez, Richard's Coffee, distracted driving.

;S, Ablovei Winter Haven High School students sign in and make a $1 donation at the school's
WHHS Medical Academy director Veronica Duttwachter organized the anti-texting while driving anti-texting while driving campaign event Friday. All proceeds from the event are earmarked for
event at the school. cystic fibrosis research.

Above:Tina Fletcher, a WHHS senior, signs the anti-texting while driving banner which is her
pledge to avoid texting when behind the wheel.

Right: Fourteen-year-old WHHS freshman Bailey Messner tries to walk a straight line wearing
"beer goggles"which gives her a feeling of being intoxicated.

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We can live (literally) with trans fat ban

Many of us enjoy our snacks in front of the televi- food chains what they can or cannot put in their
sion, oui pastry m the morning or a fast-food fix for Our Viewpoint products.
lunch. Common sense, however, seems to have prevailed.
It's been no secret for years how bad all that can health as much-when they give in to temptation We have heard of no backlash against the ruling. Most
be for your health. And, one of the most serious and down that doughnut or munch on those chicken people shrug off the latest mandate as something
threats to our health and our waistline comes tenders, favorable for the public.
from the use of trans fats in cooking oil and in pre- The national ban comes on the heels of several And that's a good thing.
servatives to lengthen the shelf life of our favorite states' prohibition of trans fats already. Some fast While more government control especially at the
foods. food restaurants were also leading the movement to national level is something that would normally
The recent announcement that the Food and Drug ban the artificial ingredient. raise red flags, the banning of trans fats is a tool in
Administration will outlaw the use of trans fats is no Likely there will be a fewwho complain the gov- the medical bag that will help us, and especially our
shocker. For many people it is good news. Now they ernment should mind its own business. That federal children and grandchildren, live longer, happier lives.
won't have to feel so guilty or worry about their agencies have no right to tell restaurants and national Who can be against that?

Fight for equality and THa NM Si

freedom continues TSis La
The greatest words any American
ever said were spoken by a gaunt,
war-haunted man in a tiny Leonard Pitts
Pennsylvania college town 150 years
ago Tuesday.
The celebrated orator Edward Everett
had spoken first, a gusty address that
began with a nod toward "this serene eonarditts can be contctedat
sky, overlooking these broad fields now
reposing from the labors of the waning
year," and wheezed to a close two
hours later with a reference to "the glo- Lincoln stood in that cemetery in
rious annals of our common country." Gettysburg, a town whose walls were
One imagines a sonorous baritone, the still pitted with bullet holes from the
"r's" rolling like carriage wheels.
When it was his turn, Abraham PITTSr 5"

Another legislative session, another roll of the dice

Here we go again, another year, from development: increased sales tax more religious and more conservative.
another multimillion-dollar effort to Paula D ck revenue, expanded propertytax rolls, In other words, Republican.
expand gambling in Florida. In full O construction jobs; and the benefits In an election year, Republican
disclosure, as a ormer state n legislator, of expanded gambling: thousands of legislators fearing a primary challenge
I have taken numerous votes on the is- [ permanent jobs, a boost in tourism, might find themselves between a rock
sue. I am neither morally nor religiously top-notch entertainers and a cut of the and a hard place. The Florida Chamber
opposed to gambling. Likewise, I'm not gaming revenue for the state. of Commerce joined the Sheriff's
an enthusiastic supporter of turning Any move the Legislature makes has Association, Disney and the Christian
Florida into the Las Vegas of the East. Paula Dockeycan be contaed at domino effects in multiple directions. Coalition in opposition, king it more
That view placed me in an interesting pdockery@floridavKiesco If the si te allows other parties to difficult for Republicans, especially
category as votes were being tallied, offer expnded gam g, it breaks the Orlando-area Republicans, to vote for
neither stridently opposed nor closely In 2004, Miami-Dade and Broward exclusive compact with the Seminole expansion. The No Casinos group is
aligned with any of the pro-expansion county voters approved slot machines Tbe, forgoing the $233 million annual organized and working in tandem with
factions. in existing pari-mutuel facilities. Under payment. However, the five-year con- the other members of the opposition to:
It's a tough sell every legislative the Federa Indian Gaming Regulatory tract is coming to an end and the state decry the crime, corruption, addiction
session, yet the issue returns along with Act, Indian tribes are permitted to have could renegotiate. The Seminole T ibe and poverty associated with gambliing
the very generous checkbooks of those any form of gambling that is legal in may lose exclusivity but would be able The pro-gambling players have
seeking to influence the Legislature: their state. The Seminole Tribe entered to pick up craps and roulette without competing interests and do not work
generous with campaign contributions, into a compact with the state of Florida. payingthe state. No skin off their noses. as a cohesive group, with each trying
generous with expense accounts, gen- In return for a five-year contract that In the 2012 session, the Republican- to cut their own side deals. The issue
erous with multiplying their lobbying gives them exclusive rights to black- controlled Legislature failed to Jass a gets increasingly complicated as the
teams. The opposition to any expan- jack, baccarat and other table games, bill allowing major casinos in South amendments start flying. What they
sion comes from three major players: the Tribe pays the state roughly $233 Florida. But the pro-expansion play- lack in unanimity they make up with
the religious right, who morally object million a year from its $2 billion-a-year ers are doubling down. According in financial resources.You can expect
to gambling; Disney, which financially enterprise, whicl includes several Hard to a Florida Times-Union story, they them to feed the kitties of many legis-
objects, andlaw enforcement, which Rock casinos. contributed $1.4 million to political lative campaigns between now and the
predicts increased crime. These three The Miccosukee Tribe seems to be campaigns and committees in the start of the legislative session.
groups are politically influential and ad- content with slots, poker and bingo. The 2012 campaign cycle compared to $2.8 It will take a coalition of Democrats,
ept at fighting with gras'sroots support. pari-mutuels, on the other hand, object million in the 2014 cycle. moderate Republicans and South
'Make-no mistake; we already have to paying a 35 percent tax and to being Instead of counting cards, they're Florida legislators to deal the gambling
considerable gambling in Florida. We limited to just slots and poker. counting votes. And based on the interests a winning hand. It's mote likely
have seasonal betting on horse racing, Gambling magnates such as the contributions to the governor's political to pass in the Florida Senate. I wouldn't
greyhound dog racing and Jai Alai. We Malaysian gaming giant, the Genting committee, they're hoping he'll be their bet the House on it.
have bingo in our Elks Lodges, Catholic Group, have focused their sights on ace in the hole.
churches and assisted living facilities. Florida to develop giant resort casinos. So what are the odds? Polls show
We have the Florida Lottery, which They contend these resorts would Floridians are evenly split on casino Paula Dockery is a syndicated
went from a weekly drawing in 1998 to attract large conventions and greatly gambling but those who are opposed columnist who served in the Florida
numerous drawings and the addition of increase business tourism. They make feel much stronger about their position. Legislature for 16 years as a Republican
a multi-state lottery, Powerball. their case for expansion on the benefits These individuals tend to be older, from Lakeland.
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The Inquiring Photographer



stores be open

on Thanksgiving?

Ernie Leavell, Lorraine Mdntosh, Sue Smith,
Lake Wales Lake Wales Lake Wales
No. People ought to spend No. Everybody should have the day off. I don't think they should open. They
Thanksgiving with their families, should give their employees a chance
to be with their families.

P century later, Martin Luther King noted Last month, after exhausting the time he spoke, to also embrace the
P his "symbolic shadow" and his signing usual "where are you folks from" other.
of the Emancipation Proclamation "five patter, the driver of a tour bus in Because defining America was never
FROM PAGE 4 score years ago." And when he said, Gettysburg offered this view of the really the challenge: The founders
"I have a dream," the first dream King battle that happened there: "Neither erected their new country upon a
great battle four months before and articulated was that "one day this nation, i side was wrong," he said. "Both clear, albeit revolutionary promise
whoseheart wasstill scarred with will rise up and live out the true mean- fought for their beliefs." He seemed equality and freedom. No, the
the memory of bodies lying twisted, ing of its creed: we hold these truths to not to consider that the Nazis did, challenge was whether America would
bloated and mangled in the rain. "Four be self-evident, that all men are created too. ever choose to honor that promise a
score and seenyears ago," he said in, equal." It was an attempt at moral equiva- question that still awaits an answer.
that high, piping twang, "our fathers Of course, the need to define lence, a pretense that both sides are The "honored dead" ofGettysburg,
broug forth upon this continent, a America outlived Lincoln. And for that equally valid, and it is not uncommon. said Lincoln, gave "the last full mea-
new nation, conceived in Liberty and matter, King. When offered a chance to define what sure of devotion" fighting to answer it
dedicated to the proposition that all That need assumes fresh urgetcy America means, some of us rush from in the affirmative. This was an act of
men are reated equal. Now we are and new poignancyin a nation where judgment. faith.
engaged in a great civil war, testing secession is bruited about like some But Gettysburg and the larger war Now, he said, the work of validating
whether that nation or any nation so dirty joke, mosques are burned, mass of which it was a turning point were that faith was left for the rest of us.
conceived and so dedicated, can long incarceration is practiced, "hated" is fought to bring together a broken A century and a halfago, Abraham
endure." not too strong a word to describe the country and end the abominable prac- Lincoln handed this country a trust.
In a speech lasting just two minutes, political atmosphere, and a black boy tice of slavery. No American patriot It was heavy. And burdensome. And
he grappled with the challenge of walking with candy and ice tea in his can countenance moral equivalence sacred.
defining America. pockets is deemed worthy of the death on the first cause, no moral man or It still is.
It is noteworthy that the second great- penalty. woman can accept it on the latter. And Leonard Pitts Jr. is a columnist for
estthingiany American ever said echoed Obviously, we have work to do. And Lincoln, who had always instinctively the Miami Herald. Readers may reach
the first. Standing at Lincoln's shrine a yet ... embraced the one, was coming, by the him at

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Celebrating 100 years OBITUARIES

Ofcourse, she is smiing Katherine Ann 'Kate' Loyd
She's got a good reason.
Not everyone lives to reach Mrs. Katherine as "On Golden Pond," "Marrying Walt,"
their 100th birthday, and ac- Ann "Kate" Loyd, and "The Sound of Music," and was a
cording to family members, 85, of Lake Wales, founding member of The Sassy Singers,
sheis still alert and sharp as Fla., died on singing with them for 20 years.
ever. Friday, Nov. 15, Memberships include the Lake Wales
Born in Neodesha, Kan., 2013, at Sommers Woman's Club, Music Club, Lake Wales
on Oct 9, 1913, Leota Grace Hospice House in Chorale, and she was a soloist for the
(Covher) Hunter was the Sebring, of heart Christian Science Society. She was of
third of six children bom to failure. the Protestant faith.
William and Edith Covher. She was born Kate is survived by her beloved
She attended Anderson on July 28, 1928, husband of 30 years, Terry Loyd, and
Collegin Anderson d, nl, in Williamsport, children Honora, Scott, Victoria, and Jay.
then in 1935, she met and Pa., and moved to atherine Loyd Services ill be announced.
married Clyde E Hunter. Lake Wales 28 years ago from Winter Inurnment will be made at Oak Hill
The couple had two sons, Haven. She was a surgical technician at Burial Park in Lakeland.
Eston and Dwayne. Lake Wales Hospital for 11 years until Memorials of remembrance may be
Clyde and Leota were retirement in 1988. made to Lake Wales Little Theater, P.O.
in the ministry for almost She loved entertaining and perform- Box 3428, Lake Wales, FL 33859-3428 or
70 years. Leota created ing on stage and had a passion for Lake Wales Care Center, 140 East Park
and directed many of their singing, composing, and tap dancing. Avenue, Lake Wales, FL 33853.
church choirs and she colm- t. She had been active in Lake Wales Little Arrangements by Johnson Funeral
posed eight songs, including Theater with many starring roles such Home, Lake Wales, (863) 676-1431.
one about her mother. ayl
Leota says the reason she '
hasliv o g sus Bruce W. Farlow Sherry Taylor
has lived so long is beca meuse
she loved to exercise. Bruce W Farlow of Fort Wayne, Ind.,
In high school, she played -i (winter resident of Winter Haven, Fla.) Sherry Taylor of Lake Wales, Fla.,
basketball and qualified for passed away Sunday, Nov. 17, 2013, at passed away Tuesday,. Nov. 5, 2013,
three letters in that sport. PHOTO PROVIDED TO THE LAKE WALES NEWS Lake Wales Medical Center. He was 82. at her residence. She was 65. Marion
Walking is her exercise of race unter celebraMarion Nelson Funeral Home is han- Nelson Funeral Home is handling
choice these days, and oc- nMrs. LeotasGrace Hunter celebrated her 00th birthday on
casiona she hikes around Sunday, Oct. 13, with family and friends at Genesis Pointe dling arrangements. arrangements.
Genesis Pointe. Clubhouse.
Credit is also given to having a good husband and what she calls "the joy that M ary Theresa rds of Comfort
comesfr6m being apastor's wife." May the on
But above all, she says, she claims to have been in God's hands her entire life. She Russell sun shine upon you.
lives at Genesis Pointe, near Warner University.all love surround
And at 100 years of age, she still enjoys dressing up and wears her jewelry and high Mary Theresa Russell of Lakeshore, youl and the sweet
heels hen hegoes out to hurch or dinner. Fla., died Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013, at Life guide your way on
She celebrated her birthday with a party held on Sunday Oct. 13, 2013, at the Care Center of Winter Haven.ZZ
Genesis Pointe Clubhouse, with her son, Eston Hunter and his wife, Diane; her She was 92. Traditional
daughter-in-law Edna Hunter; several grandchildren and about 40 friends. Marion Nelson Funeral Home is Blessing A A A
handling arrangements.

Elorida's Natu ral Groers

foandation awards rants

STAFF REPORT Receiving grants this year: Achievement
Academy, The Way Center -Women
and Youth Center. Frostproof Care Center
In five years, the Florida's Natural Inc., HELP of Fort Meade Inc., Healthy
Growers Foundation has awarded grants Start Coalition, Heartland for Children,
totaling more than $650,000. Samaritan's Touch Care Center, Lake
For 2013, more than 60 separate Wales Kiwanis Foundation, Fort Meade
organizations and 70 programs will benefit Middle/High School, LakelandVolunteers
from grants awarded by the foundation in Medicine and Northeast Polkliteracy
spanning the Central Florida area. Council.
Florida's Natural Growers Foundation Also, Polk State College Foundation,
announced the 2013 organizations re- Polk Training for Handicapped Citizens
ceiving grait awardsand presented them Inc., Cornerstone Hospice Foundation,
to representatives of the winning groups Junior League ofWinter Haven, Redlands
during a reception at Florida's Natural Christian Migrant Association, Junior
Grove House Visitor Center on Nov. 14. League of Greater Lakeland, READ Polk
"Each year, the grant applicants increase Inc./ Lakeland, Our Children's Academy
and we have been fortunate to increase Rehab Center, Our Children's Academy,
our giving in the past five years. We are Heartland Food Reservoir and Scholarship
pleased to include so many organizations Recognition Inc.
in our grant awards this year. We know Also, Southeastern University, Umatilla
that the Central Florida area programs Kiwanis Club, Citrus Center Boys & Girls
benefit from this charitable giving from Clubs of Winter Haven, Lake Wales and
the Florida's Natural Growers Foundation," Haines City, Lake Wales Care Center, S
saidWalt Lincer, president of the Mason Smoak Foundation, Leadership -
Foundation Board. Hendry and Glades Counties Inc., Polk l
Activities from children and adult Education Foundation, Florida Specialty
literacy programs to at-risk youth activities Crop Foundation, Red Cross of Mid for Carry-Out, Home
are included. Florida, LakeWales Soccer Club, Habitat or Office Catering
"Fourteen of the organizations were for Humanity, Winter Haven, Polk County
recommended by our grower members Agri-fest/Polk County Farm Bureau; Good
that select organizations in their respective Shepherd Hospice; The Randy RobertsO PA6
communities where there is need," Lincer Foundation; UnitedWay of Central Florida/
added. Family Fundamentals, Lake Wales Literacy
The Florida's Natural Charity Classic, Council, LakeWales Charter Schools, and I LL N CUISINE
a golf tournament held in March pro- the Lake Wales Family Literacy Council.
vides the majority of the funding for the Also, Valleyview Elementary, Lake Wales
foundation together with company and YMCA, Sertoma Camp Endeavor, United
private donations. The 2014 tournament, Way Let's Grow Initiative Success" -.,. ,) -1t(1
for the first time ever, will be held at the by 6, Webber International University Bok -
Lake Wales Country Club. Tower Gardens, Explorations V Children's
"Ourentire cooperative celebrates the Museum, Florida Engineering Society Dne-In CaryOut Devery
work of the Foundation giving. From Ridge Chapter. Circle of Friends, Circle
employees to our grower-members, we of Friends Camp Joy, Warner University, 2200 Posner Blvd. Davenport, FL 33837
see involvement through fundraising or Peace River Center, Kidspack, Lake Wales Locatedin Posner Park
volunteering at events. It is an important Public Library and Keep Polk County
part of our corporate culture," he said. Beautiful

Wednesday, November 20,2013 The News Page 7


East Area Adult School has something to meet every adult education need.

Congratulations to Our Newest Gradsl
7 The following students took and passed the GED test.
Way to gol

Teacher of Employee
the Year ofteYer CABstAgUIem A W Key
Robert Howell Richard '

Congratulatons to Mr. Robert Howell, East Area Adult
School's Teacher of the year for 2013-2014. Robert worked Congratulations to Mr. Richard Reich, East shneenyoaceack elane unar
for a business doing research and part time sales before en- Area Adult Schools 2013.2014 Polk County
tering the teaching profession and has now been teaching for School-Related Employee of the Year He is
20 years. He received the Bachelor of Arts degree in Political an exceptional person who exhibits a profes-
Science from the University of Florida, and the Master of sional demeanor that goes above and beyond ast Area Adult School students
Arts degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the Ameri- his job description. He is organized keeping had a chance to visit Travss Ca- .'
can College of Education in Chicago. IL. He has taught high everyone on his team informed andsupport- reer Center during their Open .
school Math. Science and Social Studies. He currently teach- ed. His positive attitude and willingness to House in October. Touring the
es Math to students in the Adult Basic Ediucation Program. help provides an environment of friendly cus- school and visiting the various pro-
Mr. Howell believes that schools are accountable to the tomer service. He informs students of their gram 'reas opened their-eyes to te l Tcopidt
people who pay taxes and to the business community. It Is success and communicates the achievement many opportunities for them once m
imperative that schools produce the type of students that can results to the teachers, they complete their program at the pvarsq n e
be successful workers. This allows the businesses to make a Richard has served Polk County Schools adult school. Many thanks to the veryea n rk i
profit, pay taxes and in the end support the schools not only for 6 years, at the district Media Services De- tour guides and interpreters for
for civic pride and duty, but also for their own profit motive, partment and also at Boone Middle School. their patience and knowledge!
He believes that schools are accountable mostly to the fami- He joined our school as a secretary and has t i We h u .wtnn
lies ofour students who have the greatest stake in schools fine-tuned his position with additional s h i r Becky BSdilto!!
and ultimately, and most importantly to them, their chil- responsibilities as times have changed. He
dren's success. In the end. schools are accountable to society took the current testing process and stream- East A Welcomes New Staff Members
for our success to assure the entire society's success. The lined details so there is less use of paper. He:
c the shools, the more sot will succeed, has lared the need of e depanment ap 'esa enly
will be able to suppot the chools. In he end they will uses his dry sense of humor -to C sta as a Student I Spe
all the schools and olftr their support both monetarily communicate with all personnell His position Au a l t she asjend* lovst m the
Cole lEdu the C astruc- t e nk g sh a
.a A y Wahout ,heir suppor'we Cannot thrive ,and p o ad .is : EducatorEn ofst laSemu te ste r Inform to
ur sutccess they will thrive. Mr. Howell s a major' pr We are blessedto have himo on aWsta tional Teleat vison P-rN r. em. ta
of thtbsuccess and we are proud to have him r.prs East This gives t er a c:ance to worked Cor Polks State Cllege in
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class wek And tests and has been succesfi-n dWin just: Iit
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S:and dependable in fulfilling his assigned task. In just two Oritatio for NEW sttd l
mom s, he has become proficient in English grm ar ande reister for GED classes
to e ate his clearly applying o hae ars The rat Teem will cod on Thursday, January 16,2014. We will conu
S e exhibts an eagerness to learn by av early to have Orientations November 6 & 7. and November 13 & 14. for new
Bian arred in the US i nnber 2012. but h. astudents who wnt to bein llasses during this first term.
Ed;e Sarruived In the US. in'ecm 2012. but hbimllcr. 1
a 2 sisters stayed inCau. His drcam is to help the imni- The sa forstoudent o start the Fira Term is Monday, November 18. G d nwe
ut Rle so they can live together in tUnited StMts. Etia d nows l
tha he neds to wrk hard to achieve this so e is focsd on We will hold orientations and regisraions for students to M e d f
gng to college and gaing a good job. He is only 19, but Term, which begins on Tuesday, January 21, on the following dates: Residency fees have dea rto the
demonstrates a very mature outlook in life. His long-term goa is Wednesday/lbursday, November 20121 foowing
to aeta degree in meteoology. Wednesday/hu rsday, December 4/5
Etden esmplifies parason who is an achieverand one wh Wednesdayhursday, December 11/12 In-State tuhion: S3 smter
San suced iea nlflet ia positive outlookand energetic perso There win be tnQ Orientation the week of December 16,2013. Out of State tuition S128lseneser
SBiare worth o f aemulod. Way togo.Etn! lE -m (t ride i Depaivna
Saliry tr e wr fem i. Wy to g Janary 89, 2014, Orientation will resume tr students to begin l dn Dep
Sdn s.- die Second Tera, which begis Tuesday,Tanuy 21.2014. a6brsE5plol
k our now o ay rg r a ce ar r Every Wednesday at 1:45 pm.
I work schedule, children's activities, and school holidays. Planning ahead pow Every Thursday at 5:30 p.n.
saves time aer. Yo can DO it! ** Please bring F residency documeatio

Mcr* ll N. ~w-N Thimill Break Eat and West Ame Adult Schoo
Mark You r! Ml 5 T r Orientations & TeaTime for NEW students
3Zeli3-im a.3.20k'4. &N. wiol ltyon and Polk Works ae p-artnerg again
:aik Col tschtools witdisll studelts two 1 S this school yearo bring technology
nid a e-a lrui rty n e a t owing 4 a foke.ey.n Td. wt Dt Every Monday at 1:45 pm. to the adult sraeirse classes in Polk
ichle day. AA&s will disl Tat IIamon 7 TSuls Ml e- CASAS Testing on Wednesday at 730.m. County. he Mobile One Stop Unit is

- .. T mN*r.Mai Ank E ti e. raei... GE) Testing is now dgeg for all new lesters in Polk Courty. cer program. East and West Area
te Frs~ -~ Frinr it - OrJT-20dDys a 0pm uipped with 12 computers, a Smart
;4rol~~(MaUST aJtK~ir tJtesnm d otrientati before testing) Bor ad satellite Inerne

5:s aS a 1 *ars.. Re-testers still have a few opportunities. Call Adul School saed eir
863.965.5475 for details.

ih oeed Drive by Wlater Nave. Hospial
STheraday, e b ' *'14, 9 am m u.e

Field trip r stadrels to Ridge Career Cen Open Houst an Tlusday, Phase go to the Es Ares Adult School Face-
iovember 7. darisgtiee school day. Asuit Bes tines will ova pae of

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Want to see your event on this page? Call us at 863-676-3467 or
A LE Nd I email

SWednesday, Nov.2 FREE BRAKFAS
Pickba opento all at Kirkland FREE BREAKFAS
Gymnasium, 409 N. 3rd Street every There isa Free BeastatBSt Couny et, on
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday thefirstandthird Sardaysofery monh,froin 9 a.m
from 11 a.m. to 1p.m. Contact Carol to 11i nncao a me on makedonations
Yarbrough at 813-478-3801 for more contactmReverndlton Nooodat 63618-7641 or
information. stopby hisaddess at 114W. Crstalve., LaeWales.
WiiWednesday, Lake Wales Library, at community sine 2005. Hehasa websiteathttlpJsites
3 p.m.

SThursday, Nov.21
Alzheimer's Support Group every third I Thrday, rh Nov.28 ,
Thursday, Water's Edge, 10 Grove Ave. HappyThanksgiving! Enjoy
W., Lake Wales. Charlmaine Waldrop, the Turkey Tot, register at www.
863-678-6800., 8 a.m. start
time, presented by Lake Wales YMCA.
"The Fantasticks" at Polk State Theatre. Christian Science Church Thanksgiving isei oo ofthe morning and finish eay enough toprepareyour
Polk State Theatre will continue its love- Day service, 10 a.m., held 1550 Burns .
themed season with The Fantasticks, an Avenue, Lake Wales. There will be readings ,ce r the Turkey Trot SaK,u can be secure in knowing tht yu
off-Broadway smash that's been per- from the King James Version of the Bible e raftemoony astThfLakeWalesYMA issponsoring
formed for nearly 50 years. The Polk State followed by readings from the Christian vgD tng atl 8i a.m. Courses 3.1 miles and the ceremo
Winter Haven Fine Arts Theater is located Science Textbook, Science and Health t the Lke Wales YCA for information at 863-676
at 999 Ave. H N.E. Additional show dates with Key to the Scriptures-b M Mary Bakere r adisso t Tudayov26
are Nov. 21-23 and 24; all at 7:30 p.m., Eddy, The Discoverr and Fnder of i g ervicea First Bapst Church at p.m. T.
except for Sunday matinees at 2:30 p.m. Christian Science. Admission is free,
everyone is welcome. CalShirley Tiepens -Day Adentist hurich
eReader Support Group atLake Wales at 863-638-3577. h-DayAdentist Church will be serving Thanksgiving d
Library, 2:30 p.m. Drop ins are welcome. frostproo
Libra 2:30 p.m. Drop ins are we e. Saturday, Nov.30 be served from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.and teouts are available upon request Elder
Lake Wales Police and Polk County Holiday ome Tour o Pinewood Estate J,863-657-2495 r thehurch at 863-653-3500 for details.
Sheriff's Office presents Holiday Shopping at Bok Tower, 8 am. to 5 p.m.. o B
Safety Seminar at Eagle Ridge Mall, 6 p.m. proof Ministerial Associatiion
The event is free and open to the public. Recurring Activities: roof Ministerial Association invites the community to attend the ommuntyTh
Every Friday: .ving S ice on Tuesday, Nov.26 at the First United Methodist Church of Frostprof 10
U Friday, Nov.22 Fish fry every Friday, 6 to 8p.m., B Street at 7 p.m.
Fish fry every Friday, 6 to 8 p.m., B Street Community Center. Event raises money
Community Center. Event raises money for the Wiltshire Foundation Scholarship.Thanksgiving event to news@heartlanewspaperscom
for theWiltshire Foundafion.Scholbrship.
for the Wiltshire Foundation Schoship. Genealogy 101 every first Friday, noon,
Genealogy 101 every first Friday, noon, Lake Wales Library.
Lake Wales Library.
Open Knitting & Crochet Group free
Open Knitting & Crochet Group free and welcome to all fiber crafters with some
and welcome to all fiber crafters with some experience, very little instruction provided.
experience, verylittle instruction provided. Participants in the free open knitting and
Participants in thefree open knitting and crochet group may not attend the knitting
crochet group may riot attend the knitting or crochet classes without paying the class
or crochet classes withutpaying the class fee. Open knitting and crochet is held each
fee. Open knitting and crochet is held each Friday night, 5:30 p.m. in the library's main
Friday night, 5:30 p.m. in the library's main lobby, 863-678-4004.
lobby, 863-678-4004.
E Recurringevents:
E Saturday, Nov. 23 Food for Fines, Lake Wales Library:
Lake Wales Downtown Farmer's Market Overdue materials may be returned with
every 2nd & 4th Saturday, 8 a.m.-noon. at least five non-perishable food items,
Market Square between Stuart Ave. and or outstanding fines owed may be "paid"
Park Ave. Locally-grown, fresh produce. with the same donation. Donated food
Mike Morrow, 863-412-6960 or email mike. must not be expired or opened, these will not be accepted. The library will accept
returned library materials, no matter how
Intermediate Watercolors with long overdue. Overdue materials from any 863-294-8888
Instructor Cathy Futral at BokTower Polk County Library Cooperative site may 656*Ave LNW Winter Haven 33881
Gardens, Nov. 23, 2013 and Feb. 22, 2013, be returned during "Food for Fines." Lost
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reservations required. or damaged materials are not included in Wednesday: 5:35 pa. Prayer & Praise Service
Review wash, wet-in-wet, and dry brush this amnesty program. All food is donated Sunday: 8 an.ite I Service& 10:30 a.m. Rite II Famly Service
watercolor techniques, color mixing and to the Lake Wales Care Center for holiday
layering. Students will make landscape distribution. 5 pm. Dec. 1: Advent Lessons & Carols No admission, no free-
and floral studies and have a chance to will offering. Light food and wine reception fllows.
paint en plein air in the garden. Breakfast, Free GED/ESOL classes. The Family-
lunch and some supplies provided. $75 per Literacy Academy at Lake Wales offers
person. Reservations required. Contact: free GED/ESOL classes to families. While
863-734-1222. adults work on their GED or learn English,
the Academy provides tutoring for their A
STue y, NO.26 school age children and child care for
preschoolers. Evening classes are located
Grief Support Group with Good at Janie Howard Elementary on Monday
Shepherd Hospice at Water's Edge of and Thursday evenings from 5
Lake Wales, 10 Grove Ave., Lake Wales, 8 p.m. Day classes are located at the Mary
10:30 am. to 12p.m. Campbell Community Center on Tues, Is Today
Wed. and Thurs. from 9 am. to 12 pn.m.
Free Tai Chi, every Tuesday at5:30 p.m., Call Deming Cowles at 863-604-9012 Your Da
Florida Blue, 385 Cypress Gardens or Gail Crum at 863-224-1250 for more
Blvd., Winter Haven, FL, 33880. Call information. The Academy is also looking i HVAC-R Technician
863-291-0140. for volunteers to tutor students.

Oakwood Crab Fest coming o MedicalAssistant
The Lake Wales High Schdol men's Oakwood is the home course for the O R T IS
golf team and the Oakwood Golf Club golf team so Oakwoodis partnering -
are co-hosting the first Oakwood Crab with the team for the special event. ST
Fest at 5:30 p.m. Dec. 14 for an all-you- The Oakwood Golf Club is at 3301 Old Your Life. Powered ByLearning
can-eat meal of crab legs, spaghetti, Wailes Road, Lake Wales. For reserva-
salad and bread sticks for $25 per per- tions and details, call Shannan Mackail
son. Pre-purchased tickets are required. at 863-676-8558.

Wednesday, November 20, 2013 The News Page 9

Fields fields questions from Rotarians

Lake Wales city manager also addresses some topics

By BILL ROGERS Fields said there is also interest in the
BROGERS@ HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM Lake Wales airport in conjunction with
the CSX facility.
Ken Fields said it has been "a whirl- "That's another advantage we have,"
wind kind of 90 days" since he started he said. "We are the closest airport to
his job as Lake Wales city manager and the CSX facility and any kind of freight
added "I've really enjoyed it so far." operations would be welcomed. We are
Fields talked about what's going on in about to expand the airport's runway
the city and answered questions from to the point where it can handle most
members of the Rotary Club of Lake major business jets. That is going to be
Wales during the Nov. 12 meeting. a big advantage for us in the long run."
One topic Fields spoke about is Fields said the city,has just received a
economic development. He said there grant to do a study to improve the entry
is interest from companies-in locating ways into Lake Wales. He added that is
in Longleaf Business Park off of US 27. very important.
He noted two major residential proj- "When people first come to a com-
ects that could be constructed in the munity ... eye appeal, curb appeal," he
city "are starting to get in the pipeline" said. "The real estate term in economic
for the permitting process. development is the same thing. When
Building permit applications are up you bring a prospect in you wanttheir
over the last couple of years, according first impression coming into a city to
to the manager. A lot of renovation be very positive."
work is going on and some single-fam- Fields was asked if there is anything
ily permits are being pulled in existing new with the Grand Hotel? His brief
developments. response was "No."
"We started to see at least on the Ray Brown, who owns the old build-
government side the kind of uptick ing, is in the process of restoring it. He
you'd want to see," he said. "'Indications, has been:seeking financial backers to
are that we are recovering, especially fund the project. PHOTO BY BILL ROGERS
the housing market, which of course is Fields said an interesting piece of
a long-term driver of this community." information Brown told him was that Lake Wales City Manager Ken Fields was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Lake Wales
The mafager mentioned the the only time the hotel was profitable meeting on Nov. 12 at Lake Wales Medical Center.
CSX Winter Haven Intermodal Rail was during World War II. a financial standpoint. "to give it a life after 5 p.m."
Terminal, which is scheduled to open At some point the city will have to He said that there is plentyof parking Fields said downtown needs some
next year and increase truck traffic on make a decision about the hotel, he said. downtown. Fields noted there might be people "to pioneer" and be willing to
State Road 60 and US 27. "It's an icon in one sense and an lighting issues in which people do not make an investment.
There are some business leads that eyesore in another," Fields said, feel safe."' The manager mentioned the foun-
have been generated from it. He said The manager was asked about build- Another question related to down- tain located in the lake at Central
some developers of truckstops are ing a parking garage. Ie replied that it town was what is Field& vision for it? Avenue and US 27 should be operatig
looking at property in the area. would be "very difficult" to justify from He said a niche needs to be found there again in 30 days or so.

No green



Dustin Hartley has added a new
item to the bimonthly Lake
Wales Farmers Market: Ttin can I
flowers, which means no green
thumb is needed to keep these
beauties in bloom year round.
"Flowers you can't kill," added
Hartley with a chuckle. The
market is set up in downtown
Lake Wales each second and JOIN US
fourth Saturday of the month.
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M^CC The information is gathered from police, sheriffs office, Florida
Lii Highway Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a
S. o conviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.

Marijuana found near bank Under the Badge

Compiled by KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ consistent with her version and she was
The case was labeled as domestic due to
On Nov. 15, reports say officers were the two having lived together for five years
patrolling the area around Citizens as boyfriend and girlfriend.
Bank on U.S. 27 and noticed a clear
plastic baggie in the parking lot. Vehicle burglary
Officers recovered the item and
believed it to be suspected marijuana. On Nov. 9, officers responded to an
There were no suspects located and no address on Breezer Drive where they
witnesses saw any persons drop the met with a complainant who said that PHOTO BY
item. The suspected marijuana was when he went to Publix on Nov. 9, the KATHY LEIGH
entered in evidence to be destroyed. doors to his vehicle were left unlocked BERKOWITZ
and someone entered the vehicle and
Verbal disturbance took a wallet which contained his Arist Lisa
personal identification and $27 cash. Moore and
On Nov. 15, Lake Wales Police There were no witnesses to this inci- Lake Wales
responded to Candlelight Christian dent and there are no know suspects. Police Chief
Academy in reference to a disturbance The vehicle which was driven on that Chris Velas-
between two juveniles, day was not at the residence and was quez pose for
On scene, officers spoke with the not processed a quick photo
juveniles and determined a verbal The case is under investigation. under the
disturbance had taken place. As this was new mural,
the extent of their conversation it was Lost vehicle plate 'donated by
determined no crime had occurred and Moore, to the
was documented as an incident only and Officers met with a complainant in police depart-
closed, reports say. .the lobby of the police department in ment. Moore
reference to a stolen tag. is a muralist
Domestic case responded to Reports say he stated he left the state who has done
sometime in June of this year. Some time many murals
On Nov. 15, officers responded to in August a neighbor contacted him in town.
D Street regarding a complainant who said about a possible tag missing from one
he was involved in an altercation with his of his vehicles at his residence. When he
former live-in girlfriend. returned to the state in November, he
During the altercation, he claimed he noticed there was indeed a tag missing
was struck with an open hand, bit on the from his vehicle. At this time, he contact-
arm, pepper sprayed in the face and hit ed law enforcement. The tag information
on the head with the pepper spray can, was forwarded to the Polk County Crime
according to reports. Information Center.
Police say he had several injuries
consistent with this and they were pho- Criminal traffic arrest
tographed. Initially the former girlfriend
could not be located. Officers stopped a vehicle for an expired
Officers were able to locate an address tag at Central Avenue and Scenic Hwy.
where she was living and contact was Reports say officers then contacted
made with her. She said she was involved the driver, Robert C. Winling, who had
in an altercation with the complainant and no valid driver's license. They arrested
he struck her several times, police note, him for the charge and transported him N EW O FFICE IN AKE W ALES
but reports say she did not have any marks to the Polk County Jail without incident.

IARRESTS Here we grow again!
Nov. 4 prescription, possession of drug equip-
Amber Acree, 34, of 3012 Shell Road, ment, 2 counts probation violation. OOogSts & Optometrists
charged with failure to appear-written
promise to appear. Nov. 7
Ant Jimenezmosqueda, 25, of 3536 Malena: Lomneck, 38, of 3400g yu
Preston Street, charged with operating Edward Street, charged with
motor vehicle without valid license. larceny-grand theft. the nest int
Nov. 5 Nov. 8 Cataract & Small
Nelson Freeman, 21, of 388 F Street, Felix Alvarez-Cleto, 49, of 31 Orange Incision Implant
charged with possession of marijuana, Park Boulevard, charged with driving Surgery
possession of drug equipment. with expired license for more than
Glenn Redding, 43, of 232 C Street, 6 months. Laser Vision
charged with resisting officer-obstruct Clint Blasio, 29, of 944 Devonshire Correction
without violence, carrying concealed Way, charged with possession of mari-
weapon-electric weapon or device, juana, possession of drug equipment. (LASIK)
aggravated stalking-follow harass Robert Bradley, 34, of 217 Oleander Complete
cyberstalk credible threat to person. Road, charged with possession of mari-
juana, possession of drug equipment. Glaucoma nD o, ha r t a Bry,
Nov. 6 Talia: Needham, 31, of 2528 Care Thomas Brinton, Edward Attawa,, William Corlds.
eMiddle row: rs. Julia King, Evan BrintonTe'rance Haffner,
Otis Atmore, 40, of 2795 Silver Spur Stampknocker Drive, charged with Middle r. i EJohn baidson, asrie uafus
Loop, charged with battery, simple drugs-traffic-in controlled substance, Treatment of .Front row: On.a on Welch, avid Loewy,
assault. possession of marijuana, possession M Degenerationl Daniel Welch, Ne Okun
Larry Brinson, 60, of 2559 McCown of drug equipment, dangerous drugs- Diabetic Retinopathy
Road, charged with probation violation. keep shop or vehicle etc for drugs 1st
Michael Fairall, 26, of 18700 Hwy violation, possession of controlled Complete Eye of MidForida PA
27, charged with 2 counts failure to substance without prescription. Examinatio
appear-written promise to appear. Michae Pertrulionis, 28, of 1246 Club Examinations
Cinque Griffin, 37, of 224 Ct Street, Circle, charged with burglary-occupied Blended Vision Programto
charged with possession of marijuana, dwelling unarmed, larceny-grand theft 80 -282 Eye (3937)
possession of drug equipment, resist- of controlled substance. arg Selection of 80-282 yes
ing officer-obstruct without violence, Charles Sedgwick, 71, of 15898 ashion Frames & o-.
loitering-or prowling. Highway 27, charged with sex offender Fashion Frames &
Fredrica Rodgers, 42, of 2349 Lydia violation-fail to report name or resi- Contact Lenses
Street, charged with knowingly driving dence change. NEW
while license suspended revoked. Wilton Stewart, 42, of 326 Steedly LOCATION
Reginald Smith, 49, of 203 1/2 MLK Avenue, charged with larceny-petit 25EEd IodD 100Patterson R$oWl 20 ARidg
Boulevard, charged with 2 counts out- theft, 2nd degree 1st offense. 1 g ga G13384 g [
of-county warrant. David Wyjsock, 32, of 163 Martha I i3 -..
Christine Somlinski, 40, of 1920 Drive, charged with fraud-fail redeliver 1050 US Hwy27N, Suite1
Galaxy Drive, charged with posses- hired leased property, larceny-grand Ci noa ,34711
sion of controlled siubstaice without theft. .

Wednesday, November 20,2013 The News Page 11

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Circle K Devon Cycle Center Heartland of Florida Dental LW Medical Center Mike's
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City Hall Dr. Holland Foot Care Insurance Mid Florida Credit Union New Life Auto Restoration
Coin Laundry (Hwy 17) Dr. Odem, DDS Jasmine's Beauty Salon NAPAAuto Parts Optical Outlets
Coin Laundry (Manor Dr) Dundee Chamber Johnny's Automotive Norby's Pasqualie's Pizza
Coin Laundry (N Braodway) Dundee City Hall Johnny's Deli Pizza Hut Performance Tire center
Connersville Bait and Tackle Dundee Hardware Koin Kleen Pizzano's Pizza Pet Parlor
Court House Dundee Library La Placida Market Presidential Tire Pet Supermarket
CVS Pharmacy Dundee Medical Walk In Lindvall Florist Racetrac (SR 60) Podiatry Center
Denny's Dundee Post Office Liquorup RAI Care Center Poppa Jays
Dunkin Donuts Eli's Western Wear Metro PCS (Hinsbn Ave) Roy Z. Braunstein, MD Publix
El Patron Super Market Floridino's Italian Kitchen Metro PCS (SR 27) Saveway Convenience Store Racetrac (Casey Ave)
El Ranchito Restaurant Goodyear Tire & Service Mid Florida Credit Union Scenic Optical Rose Laundry
Elite Detail n Tint -Greenfield Village NAPAAuto Parts Scuttles Salem's Gyros
Enterprise. Hi Tech Wireless Metro PCS Natalie's Boutique Subway Shanei's Caf6
Eye Express High Performance Car Care Orange Ring Sunoco (1349 Hwy 60) Southeasten Beauty Salon
Fisher's Tire Repair Mondello Family Clinic Outside La Fiesta Sunoco (7336 Hwy 60) Spirit Lake Barber Shop
Flower Cart of Bartow MPN Medical Center Papa Johns Pizza Sunshine Center Laundromat Spirit Lake Road Nursery
Fred's Southern Kitchen Nails Pediatrics Suntrust Sub Depo
Greater Bartow Chamber of the Commerce Newlife Children's Home Thrift Pet Resort Super Lube Subway (Recker Hwy)
Hacienda Mexican Restaurant Royal Oaks Petite Nails Tax Collector (DMV) Sugar Bakery
Havana Cuban Sassy Cuts Pilot Truck Stop The Exchange Sunoco
Hurricanes Handi Mart Southern Comfort Antiques Pinnacle Pine Apts .Thompson's Vet Center Super Lube
King Buffet Subway Pizzano's Pizza Tip Top Food Mart Superways
Medi Test Sunoco. Plantation Tire Barn Thai Haven
Metro PCS Infinity Cellular Tack Shack Polk County School Board Clinic Tires Plus. Top Hat Cleaners
NAPAAuto Parts Top China Polk County Tax Collectors Wells Fargo Bank Tropical Smothie
Palace Pizza Urgent Care Dundee Rent King Woody's BBQ Urgent Care
Perkins US 27 Tire, LLC Retail & Business Center YMCA Winter Haven Kennels
Polk County Democrat US Tire Reyca's Auto Sales, Inc Bob Evans Winter Haven Oral Surgery
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Cardiac & Imaging Center Hungry Howie's Pizza West View Ridge Publix Dino's
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Carifi Breast Care, PA N Little Dixie Market A&J Auto Repair Sears Auto Center Florence Dental
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Kiwanians learn about Bok Academy programs

By BRENDA EGGERT BRADER to have a floating classroom," Moses enhance the classroom setting." coordination and instruction of the
BBRADER@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM said. ITKid Academy I and II had 50 kids science department.
The boat classroom arrived this past last year built their own computers Kiwanians presented the principal
Floating classroom, Stem Week, and summer and now students are keep- to take home; Bok gives back to the with a check for $500 that was a
Renzulli Learning are programs and/ ing engaged in using the facility. The community with the same students portion of a grant received by the club
or learning tools for the Edward Bok boat, 40x12 feet holds 35-40 students working with B Street Center to fix members from Florida Natural.
Academy of the Lake Wales Charter and offers WiFi on the lake. their broken computers and then Diane Stevens of Bunting, Tripp &
Schools. Damien Moses, principal, The school has been designated an teaches people how to use them. Inley was pinned a new member of
shared a quick rundown of academic Apple Distinguished School that is the STEM (Science, Technology, Kiwanis.
activities at the Lake Wales Kiwanis first in Polk County that means "you Engineering and Mathematics) in the Members were reminded of the
Club meeting Monday at the Oakwood implement technology at a high level," global arena is urged to be given a upcoming events including the
Golf Club. Moses said. "But that never takes the greater focus by the White House. One Dec. 14 Christmas parade. The next
"Bok has no traditional lab so when place of quality instruction and never of the programs recently concluded meeting will be held Nov. 18 with a
I came to Bok in 2011 to be principal takes the place of a quality teacher. at Bok was the human circuit world guest speaker from the McLaughlin
and saw the lake, I thought we have You always need quality teachers to record that the school broke with the Fine Arts Academy in Lake Wales.

Lake Wailes Park to get new gazebo

By BILL ROGERS The old gazebo was removed last said. "They had everything that we City Manager Ken Fields wanting to
BROGERS@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM month before Pioneer Days because wanted." look at all of the city's facilities and
it was not structurally safe. She added that GameTime offered determine who is using them. It could
A new gazebo has been ordered for Allen provided an update on the warranties that other companies lead to some type of user fee.
Lake Wailes Park. playground equipment that will be wouldn't. One of those is a 3-year Alien said she doesn't know what will
Teresa Allen, the city's public installed in several city parks. labor warranty. ultimately happen but added that there
services administrator, told the Staff has recommended awarding She said staff will meet with will probably be some changes.
Lake. Wales Recreation Commission the bid to Dominica Recreation GameTime- to come up with a time- She told the recreation board that
during Monday's meeting that the Products/GameTime for $123,834 line for construction. Allen thinks the staff may be coming back to seek
12 by 12 structure will have a metal for the purchase and installation of the equipment might not get put in more input.
roof and will cost a little more than the equipment at Stuart, Mobley, until early 2014. She noted that some "We're trying to be fair to everybody,"
$6,000. Lincoln, Crystal Lake Park and the manufacturing companies take time she said.
The new gazebo will be built on Northwest Complex. The bid is less off during December for the holidays. It was mentioned during the meeting
-site, according to Allen. She added than the amount the city budgeted The item was on the agenda for that the Pram Fleet held its last session
that she wasn't certain when that for the project.. Tuesday night's Lake Wales City for the fall on Sunday.
will happen but it could be several "GameTime quality is much better Commission meeting, Registration for Little League is set for
weeks, than some of the other systems," she Allen also talked-about Lake Wales Dec. 1.

Lots going on at Keep Polk County Beautiful

There's a lot going on these days as It is a violation of Florida For More Information, Contact 863-676-7019 or kpcbeautiful@yahoo.
Keep Polk County Beautiful, Inc. gears Administrative Code Rules to transport Keep Polk County Beautiful, Inc. com.
up for its Annual Awards Ceremony more than 24 waste tires over public .
Dinner and Silent Auction Fundraiser highways without a permit. Violation of B.
on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2013 at 6 p.m. at this rule would constitute a 1st degree
Bok Tower Garderis. criminal misdemeanor and be punish-
Several awards will be given out at able by a fine of not more than $10,000 M p a seIt
this prestigious ceremony to businesses, and/or by 6 months in jail. For further p':
community groups, nonprofit orga- information regarding the handling of
nizations and individuals who have waste tires, please visit the DEP website'
a goal of cleaning up and improving
communities. This includes litter KPCB is seeking donations of un-
prevention, beautification, minimizing wanted items to be sold at their indoor
the impacts of solid waste in the county rummage sale/ fundraiser being held on I'Vord r. AB
and improving the general aesthetics Thursday, Nov. 8-Saturday, Nov. 10 from and d
of Polk County by utilizing eco-friendly 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Eagle Ridge Mall
methods. (in the old Beall's Outlet). All donations Dr.
Those who would like to nominate must be received by this Wednesday!
someone who would qualify for these All donors of items for events will & "
awards or has shown an exemplary receive a donation receipt and will be
effort in being "green," are asked to listed as a sponsor on the KPCB web-
contact the Keep Polk County Beautiful, site's sponsor page during the month
Inc. office to request a nomination form of November. You may bring your
at 863-676-7019, email kpcbeautiful@ unwanted items to recycle (and become 4 or download the form at someone's new treasure) to the KPCB office. (Call for office hours.) The KPCB
There is also a free tire recycling office is located at the Eagle Ridge Mall
event, to be held Nov. 17 from 8 a.m. to next to the movie theater. All proceeds
noon, 'America Recycles Day" at Eagle generated from the rummage sale
Ridge Mall in Lake Wales. will go to help purchase clean up and
Residents may discard up to 10 tires beautification supplies.
at the event. Tires must be standard Remember to stop by our rummage
vehicle size only and off the rims. This sale and support Keep Polk County Dr
limit will be strictly enforced. Beautiful!

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Lake Wales Music Club hosts

Polk Avenue Chorus

Club supports development of musical talent

By KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ by Katherine Drossos and Kelly students to perform for us. We've performance club, The Concert
KLBERKOWrrz@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM Harringon, she noted. had Hillcrest and Polk Avenue. Club, also in Tampa, in addition to
"When You Believe" from The We also occasionally have adults The Lake Wales Music Club Inc.
Ask Marilyn Fisher what she wants Prince of Egypt had a duet by Kaylee perform for us (volunteers)." "There are some clubs in the
the community to know about the Greenlee, and Fayth Martin along Fisher notes the schools are paid Miami area, where you have to be a
Lake Wales Music Club, and that with Group 1 consisting of Kyndall cash for their music program, performer," she noted.
would be this: "You don't have to Bryan, Hallie Clark-Frazier and The club has also sponsored "Ours has always been anybody
have any music talent to belong, all Samantha Kitchene plus Group 2 young students who compete at the that loved music was welcome to be
you have to do is enjoy music." with Keren Duclos, Karen Calderon state level. If that person wins and a member."
The longstanding club has been and Jeremy Cortes. Additionally, they return to perform for the Music The club's president, Carolyn
a rock in the community, founded they finished the program with "It Club, often they are also given a Walton, gave the school a cash
in 1921 by a group of people who Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got donation for their musical studies. donation.
enjoyed being together and really That Swing)" written by Irving Mills Fisher says she has played piano She says she has been a part of the
liked to listen to music. and Duke Ellington. since she was 7 years old, "which club four years.
Admittedly, Fisher says many of Janet and Bud Miesch provided a makes it a lot of years," she jokes. "It helps the young people. We
them are musicians themselves, but bag of goodies for each participant "I have a regular job playing for a have so much good talent here, in
she adds that it's not necessary in and Carolyn Walton, the club's church here in town on Wednesday the whole state of Florida," she said.
order to join the club. president, gave the school a cash and Sundays. I also play for-the "We as the Music Club like to
Every month, the Lake Wales donation. Sassy Singers." support the young people and like
Music Club Inc. meets, and on The Lake Wales Music Club meets She's been a member since 1988, to support and help them any way
Nov. 14, they hosted the Polk once a month, October through and is also the treasurer of the we can," she adds.
Avenue Cardinal chorus, under the May. district Music Club. "It's just amazing the talent we
direction of Katherine Drossos, at Fisher says the best thing to do Lake Wales Music Club Inc. is have here and it is so overlooked."
the Episcopal Church of the Good if one is interested in joining is to part of what is called the Bay Ridge "That's why the me is important,
Shepherd. come to any meeting and fill out a District, and there are seven dis- because we are out there to help our
According to Annetta Graham, membership application. tricts in the state of Florida. Each young people," she said.
Florida chairman for the Parade of Active membership is $25 a year, federated club in the state belongs The next meeting of the Lake Wales
American Music, Lake Wales Music and Associate membership is $45. to the Federation of Music Clubs, as Music Club is Dec. 12, a luncheon
Club supports the efforts of the "We always have some kind of well as the National Federation of at the Episcopal Church of the Good
National Federation of Music Clubs musical program," says Fisher. Music Clubs. Shepherd, and the Sassy Singers will
to promote American Music and this "Frequently it is young people, Bay Ridge consists of The Tuesday be providing the program.
program followed this menu. students. We have three piano Music Club of Lakeland, The Friday The community is invited to
The Polk Avenue program con- teachers as members of our club, Musicale of Tampa, The Wednesday attend. Call 863-676-4638 to make
sisted of Dynamite," arranged once a year we have some of their Musicale in Wauchula, and a reservations for this luncheon.

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the 2013-2014 Florida orange crop at mate in October of each year and revises h
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said MichaelW. Sparks, executive VP/ in at 5.2 million boxes. The yield for from Prescription drug coverage included A
CEO of Florida Citrus Mutual. "The good concentrate orange juice (FCOJ) was earing, vision, dntal1 and fitness coverage l
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Bartow mother, infant killed in accident physicians, 14,000 specialists and 120
hospitals to choose from.
A Bartow woman and her infant doors, according to reports. Both vehicles
daughter lost their lives Friday afternoon rotated and came to rest on the west rea rida In
following a two-car accident on 80 Foot shoulder of 80 Foot Road. GreatFlorida Insurance
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Page 14 The News Wednesday, November 20,2013

Eau de toilet ... humor, that is

When the Little River Band performed
at the bandshell at Mosaic Park this
past Nov. 10, those in the audience
were treated to a smooth, polished Ta ss
But what many, if not most, people
did not and do not know is what went
on behind the scene to carry it off. g "
From rigging the lights to sound checks,
readying the show was a daylong effort, i
including what occurred backstage in
an area commonly referred to as the
Green Room.
The Green Room is an area where
performers congregate beford taking
to the stage, and in order to make
the members of the Little River Band Trish Pfeiffer made a guest appearance at
comfortable, Debra Sutton and many the Nov. 15 Bartow Kiwanis lunch, where
of the people involved in organizing she presented Matt Korvschak with a special
the concert were hard at work cleaning thank you for his partipation getting things PHOTOS BY STEVE STEINER
the Green Room. That included the prepared for the Little River Band.
bathroom. Matt Kovschak laughs as Trish Pfeiffer explains the story behind the toilet lid autographed by
Because it appeared to have been a remove the seat, the actual toilet was members of the Little River Band. In addition to signatures there is an inscription: "Tanks for the
Because it appeared to have been a remove the seat, the actual toiet was memories
lengthy period of time since the last accidentally broken. memories.
time the Green Room bathroom had That necessitated a hurried scramble
been cleaned, it was deemed necessary to Lowe's Home Improvement and the Kovschak was honored in a surprise at the Nov. 15 Bartow Kiwanis Club
to replace the toilet seat. Unfortunately, purchase of a new toilet. Charged with dedication in which Trish Pfeiffer, one meeting.
the bolts holding the current seat had that odious task was Sutton Law Firm of the concert organizers presented Following Pfeiffer's presentation,
frozen solid, making removal that way attorney Matt Kovschak. him with an autographed memento by Kovschak later conceded it would be
next to impossible. Unfortunately, in As a result of his heroic rescue the Little River Band: the lid of the bro- (loosely) accurate to say that on Nov. 10,
the process of coming up with a way to (including installing the new toilet), ken toilet. She made the presentation, his career was in the toilet.

Law to increase speed limit 75 proposed

ByJIM TURNER severity of injuries is made greater, The proposal will be considered Currently, there is no House sponsor
THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA according to the Insurance Institute during the 2014 legislative session. for the proposal.
for Highway Safety in Arlington, Va.
TALLAHASSEE A bipartisan "Higher speeds make crashes more
measure filed Tuesday could shorten likely because it takes longer to stop
the more than 800-mile drive from or slow down, and the crashes that
Pensacola to Key West to less than happen are more likely to be deadly.
halfa day of travel. It's physics 101," said Russ Rader, - - 1
Sens. Jeff Brandes, R-St. Petersburg, a spokesman for the Insurance
aind Jeff Cleiens, WD-Lake Worth, Institute. l
allow a 75 mph speed limit on some Journal of Public Health found a. 4 0 % t I
highways and alsoboost speeds on 3 percent increase in road fatalities
other roads. Brandes said the idea is attributed to higher-speeds after the ANY IN-STOCK
to adjust speed limits on interstates 1995 repeal of the national speed
and certain rural highway to accu- limit, with the increase growing to
tately reflect what most motorists are 9 percent on rural interstates with
already driving., higher limits, Rader said. Original coupon required. Expires 11/7/13
S"If people are driving within rates More importantly for those ques- ... ---- 8
they're comfortable with, we need to tioning the increases, motorists have
adjust the minimum and maximums continued to go above the posted
speeds to what 85 percent of people limits as other states have raised the
are already driving," Brandes said. minimum and maximum limits.
"That's what this bill would allow." In the decade after the speed PATRIC ROBERTS ONSTE MACHINE RlPAIR
The proposal would direct the limit was raised in Nevada and New
state Department of Transportation Mexico from 65 mph to 75 mph onR HAVE STORE A STOR
to determine the safe minimum and rural interstates, the proportion of
maximum speed limits on all divided passenger vehicles exceeding 80 mph
highways that have least four lanes. tripled in Nevada and nearly-tripled
The DOT would then be able to in New Mexico, according to the
increase travel on the state's "limited Insurance Institute.
access highways" to 75 mph and The Journal of Public Health D ds P ,
raise the maximum posted limit study was conducted before Maine 77.
on divided four-lane highways in increased the speed limit to 75 mph a
sparsely populated rural areas from for the northern end of Interstate
65 mph to 70 mph. The DOT could 95 in 2011. The increase made that
also hike speeds by 5 mph, to 65 section of road between Old Town
mph, on other roads they deem safe. and Houlton the -first to top 70 mph
Florida's highways have had a 70 east of the Mississippi River.
mph maximum since 1996, the last Louisiana allows 75 mph on sec-
time the speed limit was reviewed. tions of Interstate 49, which is west
In a news release from the of the Mississippi River.
senators, they pointed to Brandes admitted he had some
National Highway Traffic Safety early reservations about adjusting
Administration numbers that indi- the limits, but the senators said they
cate the fatality rate per 100 million are comfortable allowing state engi-
vehicle miles traveled has consistent- neers to determine if any increase is
ly declined since 1996. warranted.
However, the proposal will face "Allowing professionals to de-
safety questions, termine safe speeds based on the
Raising speed limits above 70 mph, engineering standards of individual
as 16 states have done for select highways is simply common sense,"
roads since the national speed limit Clemens said in the news release. "A
was lifted in 1995, has led to more five mile per hour increase is unlikely
deaths from speeding accidents as to have an impact on road safety, but
reaction times are reduced and the we'll let the experts do their job."

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Highlanders have that good playoff feeling

Lake Wales on the road Friday against Tampa Jesuit

By DENNIS LATTA "Spoto played an entirely different
SPoRTs CORRESPONDENT offense last week. And their defense
was changed too," he said. "Jesuit will
The Lake Wales Highlanders are in stay with what they always do."
their glory. The FHSAA playoffs are One big question is the availability
going into their second week and of Jesuit's quarterback. The son of
LWHS feels it is right where it belongs longtime NFL star Vinnie Testaverde
in the middle of them. starts for the Tigers, but he had an
After easily winning a Class 5A appendectomy two weeks ago.
opening game last week at Legion "They're a good, solid team. They
Field, the Highlanders are on the road are going to run at you," Shafer noted.
Friday for a 7:30 p.m. game at Tampa This is familiar ground for the
Jesuit. It is the kind of game Lake Highlanders.
Wales can win if it plays well or lose if "I think we've played them about
it makes mistakes. five times in the playoffs in the past. It
"I love coaching these games," said is always a good game," Shafer said.
LWHS coach Rod Shafer. "We might Lake Wales won two playoffs games
have a few little tricks, but pretty last season before losing in the third
much you believe in what you're round. If it can beat Jesuit, then it
doing and you go out and do it." would return home for a game against
Lake Wales is 7-4 and has won four Friday's Merritt Island-Palm Bay
in a row. The key for the Highlanders winner.
is that they are healthy for maybe "Now that we have everybody back,
the first time all season. Players like we can play man (defense) against
Luke Hiers, Darion Staten and Marcus anybody. Our defense was pretty good
Walker have recovered from injuries last week," Shafer pointed out. "When
and Dedric Brinson has returned from we play well, we're pretty good."
a six-game suspension for bumping Highlander Justin Henderson con-
into an official. Walker had two inter- tinued his highly productive season.
ceptions in the 28-0 playoff win over The running back scored three times
Spoto Friday at Legion Field. against Spoto, on runs of eight, three
Jesuit is 8-3. The Tigers had a slow and 12 yards, and now has 26 touch- PHOTOS BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
start with a 1-3 record but have won downs on the season.
seven in a row. Jesuit Coach Matt Thompson felt Chonsey Christian of Lake Wales gets his hooks into RB Joshua Battles of Spoto High, bringing
The two teams have two common his team's effort against Auburndale him down during a run at Friday's playoff game at Legion Field in Lake Wales.
opponrients, only because the two was not a sharp one.
districts exchanged opponents last "Our team has to realize we have,
week. Jesuit beat Auburndale 29-21 to be focused every week and every.
last Friday in Tampa. The Highlanders game," Thompson told the Tampa.
defeated the Bloodhounds 37-7 Tribune.' "It's the playoffs, and a Polk
in Aubug ed, ,ing hghe re 4ar County. 3.7is: completely different
season. from a Hillsborough County 3-7.:.
Lake Wales eimiated Sto 28-0 Polk County teams play physical AL I AJR BRAND
last Fridynighti hile Jesuit beat football."
Spoto 49-16 in the regular season. The Tigers roared to a 29-7 lead in
"I don't think we were ready to the second half, but had to hang on ,
play," Shafer said of histeam's win for the win. FREE
over Spoto. "We were very sloppy last Quarterback Trent Wessell got
week. We knew they had some speed the call in the absence of Vincent 6 MONTH
but I never lie to our team. I thought Testaverde, and had touchdd~in WARRANTY
we could beat them, and I told our throws of seven, 11 and 24 yards. E
guys that." Running back Kevin Newman had
LWHS was called for 14 penalties for 105 yards in the win, but freshman
145 yards. running back Malik Davis is also a
"We can't do that this week. I think threat. He had 124 yards on just 12
we'll be ready to play this time," he carries in a season-ending regular
added. season win over highly-regarded
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Kissimmee Ramblin's: Rotary

winners reel in the bucks
By CAPTAIN RON DENTON our local lakes that give everyone a
00 ~-OUTDOOR COLUMNIST chance to get out on the water, despite
the onset of the cooler fall weather.
One of the big money local events is This weekend, Nov. 22 and 23, at
also one that benefits one of our great Grape Hammock is Stickey Steve
local service organizations, the Lake Morrison's tournament! Don't forget
Wales Breakfast Rotary Club. about the "camp out" and bluegrass
This is the 10th time Rotary has put concert on Friday night and fishing
on this event, the proceeds of which event on Saturday and then more
benefit all kinds of neat youth pro- music on Saturday night!
grams in our area. Two upcoming events involve kids, in
For a complete photo recap of the different ways.
event, check out page 24 of this edition First, on Dec. 14, is the Bobby Lane
of the News. You can even find out who Cup which will run out of Camp
won the huge grill raffle, thanks to the Mack and is open to all high school
good folks at the Lake Wales Home fishermen. The event is hosted by the
Depot! high school fish team at Bartow, and
As for the fishing action itself, the two-student fishermen teams is the
$2,000 prize went to Van Soles and format with a boat captain or coach
Taylor Soles from Haines City, with- too. For more information, contact
a total weight of 40.95 pounds. They Derek Boswell at 513-8877.
also were winners of the "biggest bass" And although it's a ways off, we want
pool with a 13.1 pound beauty. For that to mention a few times the second ever
catch, they hauled in $525, with $175 "Fishing For a Cure Stop The Bullying"
going back to the Rotary club to help bass tournament in February. This
further their community efforts. one will go out of Lake Shipp Park in
Second place and $1,000 went to Winter Haven, and is sponsored by
Bobby Lane and Troy Olivian from NurseOnCall Home Healthcare. First
Lakeland. They just missed the top place is a biggie, $2,000, and there are
prize with a total weight of 40.85 lbs. raffles and the like. Obviously, the mon-
Third place and $500 was awarded ey goes to a great cause which has been
to James Watkins from Lakeland and in the news much too often recently. All
Wayne Yohn from Polk City with a the information can be found at Ron's
combined weight of 36.2 pounds. Tackle Box in Lake Alfred, or by calling
Fourth place, which came with a the store at 863-956-4990.
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Season falls a couple inches short for Bulldogs

Valiant effort for naught in overtime playoff loss

By BRIAN ACKLEY Frostproof got no yardage on a Xavier
BACKLEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM Gaines run and a second down run
by Kaleel Gaines on its first overtime
In the end, Frostproof Coach Price possession. But on third down, Xavier
Harris said there was no special reason Gaines faked a hand off and kept the ball
to try to end its marathon football play- himself, going around right end from
off game at Melbourne Central Catholic almost 10 yards out. The PAT kick by
last Friday night. Lamar Bobb was good, and the teams
The teams were at the end of their headed to a second OT.
fifth overtime. MCC had already scored, Frostproof had the first possession in
and the Bulldogs had scored as well. the second overtime, and started it with
But instead of trying to tie the game yet two straight runs by Cecil Cherry to the
again, Harris said it was time to decide one yard line. Xavier Gaines then tried a
things once and for all. sneak which was stopped, and on fourth
"We were gassed, but somebody had down, Gaines was stopped again taking
to win, and they weren't going for it and a snap in the shotgun formation and
I just felt it was the right time," Harris trying to go over right tackle.
said. "Somebody had to eventually go for However MCC then tried a field goal
it. We had exactly what we wanted (the on its first play of its second possession,
play call and matchup), we had a yard but it sailed wide left.
and a half to get," In the third OT Chase Jackson-Harris
The play call was for quarterback for MCC and Cherry for the Bulldogs
Kaleel Gaines, who took over at quarter- traded rushing TD's, and in the fourth
back from normal starter Xavier Gaines, OT, the teams traded field goals.
for the fifth overtime. In high school In overtime five, MCC needed all
football, overtimes consists of one pos- four downs to score on a QB sneak,
session for each team from the 10 yard barely, for a 38-31 lead. Frostproof, with PHOTOS BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
line, and there is no rule requiring teams Kaleel Gaines at QB and Xavier Gaines Frostproof quarteback Xavier Gaines breaks free on one of his big runs Friday night in high
to try for two point conversions after a at receiver, Kaleel went around left end school playoff action against Melbourn Central Catholic.
certain point. from 10 yards out on second down for a
"Kaleel has been our best running score. 105 yards in penalties in regulation. otherwise brought up a fourth down and
back all year," Harris said. "Even though Frostproof decided to settle things The Bulldogs missed a chance for MCC punt.
Xavier is a big body, I just felt confident once an for all at that point by going for what might have bee key points late in But the Bulldogs escaped-giving up
giving it to Kaleel. We played our butts a two-point conversion. After MCC was the third quarter, driving to a first and points when a snap for a 27-yard field
off, what are you going to do? Sometimes flagged for offsides, Kaleel Gaines was goal at the Hustler 10. But three running goal try went awry and Frostproof took
it goes your way, and sometimes it stopped from short yardage to end the plays netted just two yards, and a high over on downs.
doesin't. We fought for four quarters, and Bulldogs season. snap on a 25-yard field goal try scuttled But they couldn't dodge that bullet
we fought for five overtimes, there's not The game figured to be an offensive the scoring opportunity, again midway through the second. The
a whole lot you can say. Sometimes you show, with both teams averaging over MCC looked like they might take Hustlers were going to face a 4th-and-9
just have to go for it. I wouldn't change a 40 points a game this season, but it was advantage of the momentum swing, but and the Frostproof 30, but and un-
thing. We gave it to our best playmaker a defensive struggle almost from the the Bulldogs defense stepped up once sportsmanlike conduct call against the
all year, we ran behind our senior line- start and stayed that way throughout. again after MCC drove to the Frostproof Bulldogs gave MCC a first down at the
man, what else are you going to do?" MCC tied the game on a 56 yard 20. Bulldog Travis Lawton got good 17, and on the very next playZinamo hit
He also noted that the Bulldogs had touchdown drive that started with 5:53 pressure on MCC quarterback Brandon Max Erdman who darted to the right
chances earlier-in the night to perhaps in the fourth. Running Back Chase Ziarno who slipped as Lawton was about comer of the endzone to tie the game at
avoid overtime all together. Jackson-Harris did almost all the dam- to bring him down fora 17-yard loss. 7-7 with 4:45 to go before intermission.
"We had opportunities earlier in the age, including a 19-yard burst on a third- But three plays later, arviel Hart lost Frostproof's second score of the half
game to put it away, and we just didn't and-7 at the Frostproof 30, and a 14-yard the handle ona sweep play, and the came on a strangesequence, withXavier
do that," he added. "It's notoepe peson's run on a 4th-and-l at the Bulldog 37. hosts recovered;at their own 44. It was Gaines in the middle of it again.
falt. There's little things here and there Jackson-Harris actually fumbled the ball the only turover ofthe game, leading to Gaines appeared tohe hurt on a third
that make all the difference in the world. at the end of the run, but covered up the tying touchdown. down play in the final minute of the
Football is a game of inches, and we his own miscue before Frostproof could Frostprooftook a 14-7 lead after two half. But he got up, and after a 15-yard
were just inches short. I'm proud of recover. quarters of play. unsportsmanlike call against Frostproof
the way that they fought. I'm proud of Frostproof took over with 1:36 to play Frostproof broke out.on top early in moved the ball back to the MCC33, he
the kids. I'm proud of the football team at their own 20, and got five bonus yards the second quarter, thanks to a high- found Hart at about the two yard line.
this year. The fans have been great, the when the Hustlers were -flagged for an light-reel run by Xavier Gaines, who Hart ioped td his right and across the
community has been great, we were just illegal substitution, but three straight bullied hisway over and around about goal line with 22.9 seconds to go before
three inches short." incompletions gave MCC a final posses- a half dozen Hatter would-be tacklers intermission. Lamar Bobb's second PAT of
It is the third straight year the Bulldogs sion with more than a minute left on the to sci e' 'ii a" 57 yard run with 9:10 to go the night made it a 14-7 game at the half.
dropped their opening round playoff clock, with a drive start at their own 40. in the second quarter. Jaylan McKinney The scoring drive started at Frostproof's
game. A pass completion and 15-yard opened the brief three-play, 76-yard own 25, and was highlighted by an 11-
MCC had the first possession in personal foul moved the ball to the drive with an 16 yard scamper. yard run by Xavier Gaines, a nine-yard run
overtime, which starts at the opponents Frostproof 20, but a 35-yard field goal The mistakes started showing up by McKinney and a 15-yard pass comple-
10 yard line, and scored on its third run try in the final 10 seconds was no good early for Frostproof with three penalties tion to Marcus Bobb.
of the possession. The extra point made when the snap was low, forcing over- against them that helped keep MCC's MCC came into Friday nights game
it 21-14. time. Frostproof was flagged 10 times for opening drive of the game alive. a perfect 10-0, and ranked No. 2 in the
Two were offsides calls, including final Associated Press Class'3A football
one on a 4th-and-1 at the Frostproof poll. Frostproof wasT7-3 and unranked.
21, and the third was a face mask call Much of the game was played in a light
on a quarterback sack that would have drizzle.

iana Ga es and Jamtrial Hart converge on this MCC playerri fist halt Fr iday ght hi Melbo#ne
Kery Wood (56) and Travis Lawton (54) go up to try and block a pass by Melbourme Central Cath- The high flying Hustlers were ield to just seven pohits in the first two qumarters by a strong
ilc quarteiback a roamnon Mam. Bulldog defesive effort.

Wednesday, November 20,2013 The News Page 19

'All that I am doing now is for her'

Frostproofs NFL rookie Robey still inspired by his mom

It'sbeen apreNi ty dam good rookie Zachary Rogers, 26, was working late one night at the 21st Amendment liquor
comnerbacknot only made the Bills store. It was just past midnight when an armed man wearing a ski mask entered
53-man roster outof training camp, but the store and forced Rogers and another store employee, Alicia Grabarczyk, 25,
has effectively nailed down the primary down a hallway toward an office where thesafe was kept. With a concealed
nickel comer role and made his fair share handgun in his front pocket, Rogers chose his moment of opportunity careful-
of plays. ly. In one quick motion, Rogers pushed Grabarczyk to the floor and fired at the
The plays that he has made have been armed robber. He then helped Grabarczyk into the office and out of the line of
followed by a ritual he's adopted since his fire. Although the burglar had been struck, Rogers saw him raise his firearm. Rog-
late mother Maxine passed away from ers fired three more rounds at the gunman which proved fatal. Neither Rogers
heart failure at age 44, when Robey was
a high school senior. A couple of quick nor Grabarczyk were harmed. (Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, IN, 10/11/12)
taps with hisleft hand on his right wrist
has become his small way of letting his AP PHOTO / BILL KOSTROUN While at home with his wife and daughter, a homeowner prepared to go outside
mother know that she is not forgotten. to investigate a sudden power outage. His wife asked him to carry his firearm
In college at USC, Robey would write Frostproof's Nickell Robey, in his rookie NFL season with himas a precaution. As he opened the front door to step outside, three men
'Mom' in black marker on the athletic tape with the Buffalo Bills, and shown here chasing charged im in an attempt to gain entry. The homeowner pushedhis wife aside
on the inside of his right wrist, but with NewYorkJetsquarterbackGino Smith,says he still as he fell backward and fired at the intruders. His daughter, a student in her early
NFL rules prohibiting any messaging on draws inspiration from his late mother. an er r and aed ie. ne the threeersu
20s, hid in another room and called police. One of the three home invaders suf-
one's uniform attire he stopped writing
her name. Still, he taps his wrist to honor I just broke down," he said. "I didn't feel fered mtiple gunshot wounds and was listed in serious condition. The remain-
her. good at all inside. To a certain extent I was ing two suspects managed to escape. The homeowner and his family were-not
"It's all for you," said Robey of the traumatized a little bit because I had never seriously injured. (Sun Sentinel, Miramar, FL, 10/2/12)
significance of his tapping practice. "That been in a situation like that and it was
tap it symbolizes what she wanted me my mom. I never thought that something Kendra St. Clair, a 12-year-old at home alone one day during.her fall break, called
to do. Whether it was the classroom, the like this would happen, especially when her mother at work to say there was a man repeatedly ringing the doorbell and
football field, my everyday life that I live you're that young. My sister was 13 at the banging on the door. When no one answered the door, she said he disappeared.
all that I'm doing now is for her. From time. I had just turned 18, but my sister St. Clair's mother instructed her daughter to get her.40-cal. Glock pistol and go
that point I've always used it when I play was experiencing that and my little cousin into a bathroomcloset. St. Clair heard him break in through the back door. As
football because sometimes you tend to was there and saw it too. It was very mind through r
forget and the one thing I told myself is boggling. I was in a whole other world." the man made his way through her home, 911 dispatchers kept St. Clair on the
I'm never going to forget the times when Upon arriving at the hospital with phone. He was inside the home for approximately six minutes before he made
she mothered me through the years and his coach, Robey met up with family his way to the bathroom where St. Clair was hiding. When she saw the door knob
what she did for me." members and discovered his mother had, begin to turn, she fired the gun. The 32-year-old intruder was taken into cus-.
Robey still thinks about his mother as he feared, passed away. He asked for tody after being treated for a gunshot to the chest. (The Oklahoman, Durant, OK,
daily wondering if there was something time alone with her body and promised 10/20/12)
he could've done better in his young life to follow through on all the things he said
or onthe day his mother suffered a heart he would do in his life, his college degree George Polanin, 66, went to bedearly one evening only to be awakened by
attack that eventually took her life. being the top priority.
Maxine Robey wasn't 100 percent From that day forward Robey clung to noises coming from inside his home. He was upstairs and followed the sound
healthy. She was on high blood pressure the words his mother had shared with of footsteps to the basement. When he reached the stairs, Polanin said he could
medication and had a heart condition. him several times over when things got see only the intruder's feet." ... I got my weapon and basically told him I had a:
She had just been discharged from the difficult. weapon, it was loaded and I will use it" Polanin said. He then ordered the intruder
hospital in February of 2010 when her "She always toldine,'Nickell don't worry to come out as he dialed 911. Polanin held the intruder at gunpoint until police
son Nickell was a high school senior at about anything.' Whenever I'd talk to her arrived. (Kenosha News, Kenosha, WI, 10/17/12)
Frostproof Middle Senior High School. or if we ever had a deep talk she'dtell me
That morning in a routine stop by his not to worry about anything," Robey said. Cindy Schachter, an employee at Furnari Jewelers, was working when two men
mother's bedroom before heading off to "She said to live life and always have fun. enteredthe ste around p.Schachter's boss, Anthony rari, was sitting a
school hefound his mother on the floor. She said I'm a specialkidiand God will entered the store around 4 p.m. Schachterbo Anthny Furna was stting at
"I immediately clicked into, 'Okay stay protect me everywhere-I go." 1 his desk facing the showroom. Something about the. men made Schachter un-
relaxed,'" said Robey. "But my heart was Naturally he found those words harder easy, so she gave her boss a quiet warning right before they pulled clothing over
racing at the same time. But I got focused to live by after his mother was gone. Over their faces and jumped over the counter. Furnari quickly pulled his .38-cal. hand-
and started performing CPR, and she time he said he came around to under- gun from his desk and fired several rounds at one of the suspects as he came
came back. She was trying to catch her standing why things are the way they toward him. Furnari was severely beaten as both men tried to gain control of his
breath and came back to life and kept try- are in his life. Still, more than three years firearm. When Furnari fought back, the men grabbed a display of gold chains and
ing to talk. I was looking inher eyes telling removed from her passing, Robey doesn't fled. One suspect was later taken into custody after seeking treatment for sev-
her stay there, stay there because she was picture his mother as deceased. eral bullet wounds. It was last reported that the second suspect was still at large.
fighting. I kept performing CPR on her "To this day I sometimes don't evenlarg
and we were waiting on the ambulance. It think she's gone," he said. "I think she's Furnari suffered a broken nose, a concussion, multiple stitches to the face and
took them 12 minutes to get there. I timed far away on vacation or something. That's hand, and a fractured rib. Schachter was reportedly unharmed. (The Republican,
it." what I put into my head sometimes. She's Chicopee, MA, 10/17/12)
The EMTs continued to work on Robey's not gone, she's just far away. She'll be back
mother and eventually wheeled her out of soon." Jack and Linda Dillon were roused from their sleep at approximately 2:45 a.m.
the home, but it took a long time before Robey's mother attended every one of when they realized someone had just broken into their home. The intruder
they left her bedroom. his games when she was alive, despite gained entry through an unlocked window. He allegedly entered the home with
"Right then and there I figured she had working two jobs, so the Bills rookie intent to steal electronics. Linda called 911 as Jack retrieved a frearm and con-
passed away in the room," he said. coerback doest believe anything is intent to steal electronics. Linda called 911 as Jack retrieved a firearm and con-
passed away in the room," he said. comerback doesn't believe anything is
Robey forced himself to go to school different now. That's why he's convinced fronted the 29-year-old intruder in their living room. Jack fired when the man
after getting assurances from the EMTs his mother had a hand in his interception lunged at him. The intruder's wound proved fatal. (The Morning Journal, Elyria,
that his mother was okay. Upon arriving return for a touchdown in the win at OH, 10/20/12)
at school however, his emotions over- Miami back inWeek 7, the first of his NFL
whelmed him. career.
'After I got to school I couldn't hold it. "Yeah mom had a huge hand in that,"
I went straight to my coach's office and said Robey. "I was back home, I had all
my family there, my sister. I could see my
mom saying, 'Let's have it in MiamiL Why
Second on the team in pass breakups
and an interception retum for a score,
Robey has not been lacking for instances
in which to tap his wrist during games.
He'd rather have an in depth talk with his
mother like he used to when he was a
teenager trying to stay on the right path.
Three years removed from his last heart
to heart with his mother, whose birthday
was Nov. 11, Robey knows what she'd tell S
him now about the man and player he has
become. .
"Her comment would be to stay humble
and not let the NFL lifestyle change
Nickell Robey. Then she'd say good job
Nidkell Robey, a Frostproof graduate who is and keep working," Robey said as a smile
a rookie with the Buffalo Bills, couldn't stop crossed his face. "First, she'd give me the -
this pass, but did return an interception for a real, then she'd show me the love."
touchdown in a game against the Dolphins in (Chris Brown is the lead journalist for
Miami at which many area family and friends the team's official website, urwww.buffalo
attended. Story reprinted withz penrmission.)

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SC UNCIL relays, with Frostproof having hosted like, so I understand about combining Meade Community 4-H Club, Lewis
C UN IL their Relay for ten years. the cities," Neher said. "It makes sense." Anna Woodbury Elementary, Fort
Last year, the two separate relays Chambers replied that everyone Meade Middle-Senior High School,
FROM PAGE 1 managed to raise a combined $92,000, involved had high expectations for the B's Bunch, Fruit of the Spirit, Zeta
according to Chambers' letter. event, and hope that the high school Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. (Gamma Phi
games, and other activities. City Commissioner Martha Neher football field would be packed as a Zeta), New Hope Church, Woman's
The 2014 Fort Meade and Frostproof commented that having the two cities result. Club of Fort Meade, Oakview Lakes,
Relay for Life is planned for April 4-5 at combine their efforts into one uni- Currently 15 teams and 86 partic- Frostproof Church of God, New Life
Fort Meade Middle-Senior High School. fled event would be most beneficial, ipants have signed up for next year's Baptist Church, and Walter Graves
This will be the first time that especially amidst such harsh economic event, though spots are open for Construction.
Frostproof and Fort Meade will co-host times. additional volunteers. Earlier this month, a kick-off party
the Relay For Life. In the past, both "These small towns are not giving as Teams include local businesses was hosted on Nov. 5 at the Fort Meade
cities have hosted their own individual much money as they would necessarily and organizations including the Fort City Mobile Home Park.

U 11 You never get a break." the adult world with sexual predators, with bullying several times in his
DULL He urged parents to actively and with the deviants, with the cons, with professional and personal life. One
aggressively monitor their children's the bulliers, and you don't know what's involved his son, who knew a student
FROM PAGE 1 activities as the only real solution to happening to your child." at school who tried to ward off bullies
knowing what's going on in their lives. He also likened the current bullying by buying them candy. He was killed
cyberstalking, thats against the law." "I hear.this over and over, that I like situation to another relatively new crossing the road while going on one of
Much of the bullying Sedwick en- to give my children their privacy, I like societal threat. his trips to buy bully bribes.
dured came online and via cellphone, for them to have their space. You need "It's the same thing as when we're "To this day, my son can't get over the
Judd said. Just recently, his department to be all up in their business," Judd trying to prevent terrorism," Judd fact that they bullied and tormented
received an updated report on the said. "Your job is not to be their best added. "If you see something, if you and aggravated this kid despite him
youngster's online activities which friend, but their best parent. There hear something, say something." trying to buy their friendship," he
showed 27,000 pages of chat on her is no Fourth Amendment against He said help can be available from a noted. "Many times the physical effects
Facebook page alone, search and seizure in you rhome. You number of resources, and that students of bullying is not nearly as bad as the
That's one of the problems with need to barge in their bedrooms, into or parents can seek guidance through psychologicalpain."
this type of bullying, he added. their electronic device. You need to schools, churches or the sheriff's de- Judd said research shows that just
Traditionally, bullying could be con- search under the bed, search in their partment itself to have interventions if one in 10 youngsters who are bullied
fined to certain locations and times. drawers." bullying is suspected, and that parents will ever actually report it.
But with cellphones and the Internet, He said 78 percent of teenagers should seek tech help if they are not "You've got to be involved as an
victims can now be harassed literally between 12-17 have cellphones today, comfortable looking at the devices upstander, not a bystander," Judd
around the clock, which opens up a new and sometimes their children are using. The Polk told the parents. "When you openly
"With cyberbullying, you never get troubling issue for them. County School Board is in the process communicate, that's your first line of
away from them," he said. "They are in "When you give them that device, of launching a 24-hour-a-day bullying defense. When we work together, we'll
your face, with your electronic device you put them in the adult world," Judd hotline, Judd noted, do everything we can to keep there
and their electronic device, all the time. said. "If you don't monitor it, they're in He said he has had a personal brush from being another Rebecca Sedwick."

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career centers. spa, conference and meeting space, rooftop bar,
Their mobile One Stop unit will be in Frostproof restaurants and on site recreation opportunities
FROM PAGE i at the library Thursday. The unit is usually in Fort like bass fishing and clay target shooting, will open
Meade the final Thursday of the month, but with it sometime in January although an official date has
come prepared with their resume and are profes- being Thanksgiving next week, officials are resched- not yet been announced.
sionally dressed." uling that visit. : Business giant Mosaic is building the resort on
She said help in getting together resumes and The golf portion of the resort officially opened reclaimed phosphate mining land about 10 miles
sharpening job interview skills is available at Polk Jan. 26. The main portion ofthe resort, which will west of Fort Meade.

Sover-corrected in an attempt to return to the south- A PCSO spokesperson said speed appears to be
CRASH bound lanes, the sheriff's office said. The vehicle a factor and that no charges are pending. No other
struck the concave portion of th medipf became vehicles were involved.
FROM PAGE 1 airborne, and rolled, ejecting W ams, whoas not Traffic in the area wasrestricted for aboutw o
Swearing a seatbelt, reports indicted. hours, with the highway fully reopening around
the investigation so far, it appears Williams then She was the sole occupant of he vehicle. 10 a.m., reports indicated.

Berryman backtracks on Bridges

School board attorney's contract renewed for a year

By CATHY PALMER Tuesday, Berryman withdrew his who also had balked at okaying the
CORRESPONDEN objection to renewing the contract, but contract extension, also abandoned her
not without asking for an outside review earlier position.
In an unexpected move last Tuesday, of Bridges' office and its functionality. "I feelWes is lacking in his perfor-
Polk County School Board Member -Bridges handles all legal affairs for the mance as general counsel," she had
Hugh Berryman, backtracked from his school district including contracts and said. "I just never had the opportunity
earlier position on firing board attorney offers advice on a myriad of issues or to talk about it."
Wes Bridges and joined his fellow board potentially litigious matters. While the two board members recant-
members in unanimously approving a The board does farm out some of its ed, Berryman still maintains there is a
year's extension to Bridges' contract. legal work, including oversight of the potential problem.
"I have the highest regard for his district's charter school issues which it "He is our general counsel and has
loyalty and integrity," Berryman said, undertook when Mrs. Bridges was the to look at issues in everyone's depart-
even though "the potential is there" for director of charter schools and Bridges ment," he said. "There could be an item
a conflict of interest. had to review applications for legal that comes up and he could be influ-
Berryman balked in last month at sufficiency. Mrs. Bridges was transferred enced. It's just human nature."
renewing Bridges' contract, citing to her present post when the potential Other board members Kay Fields
potential conflicts of interest because for conflicts of interest first surfaced, and Debra Wright both said they had
Bridges is married to Carolyn Bridges, Newly elected board chairman Dick reviewed the board's nepotism policy
senior director for magnet and choice Mullenax, who has been in Bridges' and found no issues, but suggested the
schools-and federal programs. corer from the outset, said he had board review the district-wide policy
The issue surfaced when Bridges' once had "issues" with the attorney, at a later meeting. "I think if this is an
contract as the board attorney came but held a "one-on-one" with him and issue, we need to look at all of it," Fields
up for renewal. At that time, Berryman ironed out any differences. He opposed said. "This is not the only couple we
said, "I have concerns about our spending money to hire someone to have working in the District."
attorney's duties and performance. He Wes Bridges audit the legal office. The board is to decide in January
is knowledgeable and has advised us "I don't want to spend $15,000 look- whether to hire an outside consultant to
well? Probably not. I still have concerns ing into something we know is OK and review Bridges' office operations.
about the conflict of interest." legally," he said. there's nothing out there that is compa- -
At that time, Bridges iterated his Superintendent of Schools Kathryn rable to it," he added. He also said Polk
earlier stance claiming he had check LeRoy leapt to Bridges' defense, claim- County was the largest school district
with the Florida Bar Association about ing he had helped her navigate poten- in the state with only one attorney on for reading the
the potential ethics issue. tially touchy subjects involving bullying,. staff.
"I was told there was no conflict "He has been invaluable," she said. Board Member Lori Cunningham, Heartland Newspapers

Wednesday, November 20,2013 The News Page 21

Golfing for a

caring cause


.. : Carol and Dave Smith of Lake Wales are all smiles as they head out onto the golf course at
S WEIKERT FOR l Saturday's 2013 Lake Wales Care Center Golf Tournament at the Lake Wales Country Club. Carol
Sand Bob have been particpating in local tournaments since 1993 and plan on many more in the

Rob Quam, executive director of Lake Wales Care Center (left) joins Bob Weikert, President of
Weikert Ford in Lake Wales on the greens at Saturday's 2013 Lake Wales Care Center Golf Tourna-
ment at the Lake Wales Country Club. All proceeds from the tournament go directly to the Care
Center to help needy families in the community.

Bob Bruninergets help choosing a shirt from Ellen Harmeling (center) and KaceyWeikert, '
daughter of Bob Weikert, at Saturday's2013 Lake Wales Care Center Golf Tournament at the Lake Bud Leis of Winter Haven warms up his putter as he gets ready to spend the day on the links at
Wales Country Club. Bob hails from Indiana and spends his winters in Lake Wales. Saturday's 2013 Lake Wales Care Center Golf Tournament at the Lake Wales Country Club.

Local college hoop Simmons

season opens paces
I women s oli.
The local college basketball season has The Royals are back in action Friday NCAA Division 1 Ospreys. Game time is
opened, with both Webber and Warner night on their Lake Wales campus when set for 7 p.m. The Warriors next regular Mary Simmons recorded a 75 to
picked to finish near the middle of The they host Florida College in a 7 p.m season games will be on Nov. 25 and take top honors in the recent Lake
Sun Conference standings by the league's tip off. Warner is coming off back to 26; at Edward Waters College and at the Wales Women's Golf Association two-
coaches. back exhibition games against Florida College of Coastal Georgia. day ringer tournament.
Embry Riddle and Northwood Southern and Rollins. The game against Earlier this month, Webber coach Simmons finished first in the low
University under the guidance of college Rollins was last night, too late for News John Shoffner was selected as The Sun S os finishe first in h
coaching legend Rollie Massamino each deadlines. Conference Coach of Character Award gross category in the first flight,
got four first place votes, but Embry Warner actually put quite a scare into Winner. Shoffner was nominated by followed by KayeVipondwith a 78
Riddle totaled more overall points in the the NCAA Division II Moccasins, open- Atheltic Director Bill Heath and he was and Betty Carneal at 83. First flight
poll, 75 to 72. St Thomas also got two ing a 17-5 lead early in the game, but selected over sixother nominees by the low net accoladeswent to Judi Adams
first place votes and finished third and eventually fell 89-83. TSCSelection Committee. in first with a 65, followed by Jean
Southeastern University in Lakeland was Webber, meanwhile, snapped a four- Shoffner is now in the running for Williamson (66) and Brigette Fell (67).
fourth. game early season losing streak with an the NAIA Coach of Character National In the second flight, Janet Wolf
Warner tallied 47 total points in the 81-73 win at Florida National University Award. carded low gross with an 86, with
poll to place fifth after an 18-13 ledger in Hialeah Monday night. -The NAIA Coach of Character Award Carol Durkin second at 87 and Pat
in 2012-13. The Royals have to replace Junior Carlos Holcey and freshman is given to a head coach of an NAIA Waddington third with a 90. For low
a six-player senior class from a year ago Sean Jowers, former teammates at institution who has been outstanding net honors in the second flight, Janet
that accounted for the vast majority of Fernandina Beach High School, came in embracing the five core values of the Carroll and Jean Polczynski tied for
Warner's offense. up big for the Warriors down the NAIA Champions of Character initiative, the low score with 64, while Anne
Last year's surprise team, Webber stretch. Holcey finished the game with using methods of teaching character Baker had a 66.
International received 44 total points 19 points and 10 rebounds, which was through sport, and in community lead- In the third flight, Clarie Douglas
to rank sixth in the preseason poll. The the Warrior's first double-double of the ership through volunteering or service, earned low gross honors with her 95.
Warriors finished 16-12 overall last year season. Jowers led the team in scoring "I am very happy for John as he has Cecilia Riedlinger was the runner-up
and 10-6 in league action, but have with 22 points and added 7 rebounds. been atWebber for sixteen years now at 96 and Sue Stiles had a 99. Low net
to replace nearly their entire starting The Warriors will travel to The and he really works hard with his team honors went to Donna Brunner (68),
lineup, including Newcomer of the Year University of North Florida tomorrow in teaching them to always do the right Jean Broas (70) and Dee Prillaman
Brian Pace. for an exhibition game against the things," stated Heath. (73).

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A festive weekend in Frostproof

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Christian Fellowships Assembly Church's Fall Fest included a good old-fashioned hay ride on
Saturday, which was enjoyed by young and old alike.

The Christian Fellowship Assembly Church of Frostproof (the also held their own Fall Festival
Saturday. The fun include live music and free candy and ice cream (donated by Toppers of Lake
-Wales) for all the kids as well as attractions from Kids Zone of Lake Wales which brought the
bounce houses. The weather held off for most of the day so the kids could enjoy games and win

Frostproof's First United Mehtodist Church was a cornucopia of colors last Saturday as they hosted
their annual fall craft show. There were lively displays both inside and outside the church.

Above: Mary Ellen Van Wijk was on hand at the
craft show with her hand-made picture frames
and antiques.

-*" Left: What's a holiday craft show without the
"appropriate foliage? Michael Woods, owner of
Central Florida Berries of Fort Meade, brought
. a bit of Christmas cheer with his poinsettias.
He was one of many vendors Saturday at the
Patsy Phillips of Frostproof had her handmade wreaths and Christmas baskets which added a First United Methodist Church's annual fall
very festive and timely touch to the First United Methodist event, craft event

Wednesday, November 20, 2013 The News Page 23

Warner closes grid season

with first-ever win

Webberfalls in finale at Florida Tech to finish 5-5
The Wamer University Royals can quarter but a failed fourth down conver-
celebrate a football win. Finally. sion gave the Hornets the ball back with /
The local school, playing its first ever 1:25 left in the game. The Royals defense
season of college ball, traveled to Selma, made a stand on fourth and eight but a
Ala., Saturday and defeated Concordia pass interference call gave the Hornets
College, 13-7 in the final game of the new life and a first down at midfield with
season. less than a minute to play.
Meanwhile, Webber was also on the The Hornets got down to the Warner
road, and fell to Florida Tech, 17-3, to end 30 yard line and were facing a 4th-and-5
its campaign 5-5. situation when Kareem Givens broke up
The Royals' defense forced an incom- a pass over the middle as time expired
pletion on fourth down as time expired to to clinch the milestone victory for the
hold off the Hornets comeback bid in the Royals. 4
fourth quarter. The win ends the inaugural The Royals outgained an opponent for
season for the Rqyals who post a 1-10 in the first time all season, totaling 253 yards
their collegiate debut The loss drops the of offense while holding the Hornets to
Hornets to 1-9 on the season. 177. The Royals did their damage on the
"We have fought every game this year ground churning out 167 yards rushing.
and we finally stuck one out to get a win," Andrew Rodriguez was the game's lead-
Warner Coach Jeff Schaum told the Selma ing rusher with 85 yards on a season-high
Times Journal. 29 carries. Jenkins was also impressive
The game was scoreless at intermission running the ball averaging 4.5 yards per
Coming out of halftime the Royals and attempt and totaled 76 yards.
Hornets punted on their first twoposses- Rodriguez was 7-of-16 through the air
sions to start the third quarter. Following and had a long completion of 28 yards to
a Concordia punt with 5:56 left in the Vemnis Jenkins. Jenkins led all receivers
quarter, the Royals set out on what would with three catches for 48 yards.
be an 11-play, 70 yard drive that ended Defensively, the Royals held the Hornets
with a three-yard touchdown run by to just 47 yards passing and 130 yards
Marcel Jenkins. After the drive appeared rushing in the game. Kareem Givens was
stalled out on the Concordia 48 yard line, the leading tackler with five stops. He
Warner'sBJ Jenkins took a direct snap also had two pass breakups and a tackle
out of punt formation on 4th-and-5 and for loss. Greg Hawthorne finished with
picked up the first down with a six yard four tackles and was one of four Royals to
run to keep the drive: alive record a sack in the game. Samuel Hicks
The 7-0 lead did not last long as the had two tackles in the game and both
Hornets answered on their next posses- were sacks.
sion going 62 yards in seven plays to tie Webber fell to Florida Tech,hicfwas
the game at 7-7. alsofinishing its first ever football season.
The Royals started their next drive with FT's defense was dominant against the
12:32 left in the fourth quarter and again Warriors, surrendering just 177 yards of
drove the 70-plus yards to go back on top total offense, 12 first downs and it forced
i3-7 following a failed extra point attempt. six three-and-outs out of 14 possessions.
Rodriguez led the Royals down the field Webber accumulated 111 rushing yards
picking up 41 rushing yards on the drive and only 66 yards in the air. Warriors
and scoring on a six-yard touchdown run. quarterback Billy Pavlock finished 8-for-20
The Royals did their best to run out the. with one interception and was sacked a
clock with a late possession in the fourth FIT season-high eight times.

Webber's Marcel Jenkins (23) arrives just a little late to stop this-scoring play against the Warriors
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Rotarians 'Reeled "em In' again

Nigel Hill (center)
presents Van
and Taylor Soles
with a $2,00OQ
prize for First
Place at Sunday's
Reel'Em In For
Rotary Fishing
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Camp Mack in East
Lake Wales. Team
SSoles also won the
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E FL caught on Sunday.

Mack in East Lake Wales.
-Van Soles holding another large catch at Sundays

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Wednesday, November 20,2013 The News Page 25

Bargain city collects food for Care Center

Gayleene Gilbreath, director of office and
Brothers Steve Johnson and Marcus Johnson volunteers at Lake Wales Care Center arrives
pose With volunteer Mary Alvarez as they to accept Saturday's food donations and thank.
entertain patrons with live DJ music at Satur- everyone for participating in Saturday's Lake
day's LakeWales Care Center Food Drive at Wales Cae Center Food Drive at Bargain City in
Bargain City in Lake Wales. Lake Wales.

A square dancing
demonstration was
part of Saturday's
as eight dancers
performed several
Saturday's Lake Wales Care Center Food Drive at Bargain City in Lake Wales collected four barrels dancin for patrons.
of food for distribution to needy families during the upcoming holidays.

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tke Wales Care Center ood Drive at Bargain
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nds of food for distribution during the .. .

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volunteers at Lake Wales Care Center, and
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KidsPack fighting child hunger, Kiwanians told

Twenty-five dollars equals one month:
three hundred dollars equals a year.
SWith the former amount, a Polk County
school-age child can go an entire month
of weekends with something to eat; the
latter, a year.
"Just think what it's like for a child
not to eat from Friday to Sunday," said
Shawna Butler, president and CEO of o, O arf
KidsPack. Butler was the guest speaker at al
the Novw 15 Bartow Kiwanis Club weekly
meeting. "These children go to school
on Monday, excited. Not because they're
eager to learn but to get to eat." PA 1 a
The not-for-profit organization had anRO
its start in 2011 when Randy Browning
learned that Polk County was the third
in the nation in "food insecurity," A short
while later, fter having met with Dee
Dee Wright of the Polk County Public
Schools, Brow g decided he had to J
do something. Wright is the Polk County
School Board's Project Hearth specialist p w
who oversees the plight of students who
are homeless.
At the time Browning met Wright, said
Butler, there was no program in existence
that fed children over the weekend. In
2011, he began feeding children, paying
for it out of his own pocket. By the school
year's end, approximately 400 children
were receiving weekend packages. One
year later, 1,025 children were receiving PHOTOS BY STEVE STEINER
weekend KidsPack kits. These kits were
distributed not only in Polk County, but Bartow Kiwanis president Jerry Connolly presents Shawna Butler, president and CEO of KidsPack, with a check for $900.
also in Hardee and Oceola counties.
The KidsPack kits contain two break- children are identified," Butler said. Once president and CEO. She is the only em- cents out of every one dollar goes to the
fasts, two lunches and two dinners. The a child is identified, that person is given a ployee. Everyone else involved does so on program."
kits contain food that can be served backpack They drop it off at school and a volunteer basis. Butler said the organiza- KidsPack is located at3725 Frontage
cold or prepared hot. Among the come Friday, retrieve it and bring it home. tion relies solely upon contributions. Road North, Suite 1, Lakeland. Visit: www.
items are staples, such as containers of Schoolmates don't have to know, thus "We are completely funded by people, or call 863-581-5000 or
Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee, which can be heated in sparing a child from being humiliated. in the community," she said. "Ninety-one 800-598-7871.
a microwave and that have a-resealable At the conclusion of her presentation,
lid. It is not unusual, said Butler, that Butler reinforced what KidsPack was all
the children who get these kits will only about.
eat a few spoonfuls and save the rest for "Our goal is to feed our hungry school
later. In addition to the above, the most children," she said. .
needed food include beef ravioli, mac When asked what can be further done,
and cheese, spaghetti and meatballs, : Butler offered several suggestions. One
ABC123/Spaghetti O's, chicken and rice, is to volunteer to help put together the Auto- Owners Insurance and your local
4 ounce applesauce/mixed fruit cups, and kits. In Bartow, volunteers and those independent agency have been a winning
PopTarts. wishing to contribute their service can
Butler added that KidsPack is looking go to the First Assembly Church in Bartow. combination since 1916. We'll work with you
to the future, to make the kits more Donating food is also. an option, as are to insure your home, auto, business and life
nutritious, but there are challenges. In a cash donations.
number of instances, these children are "The good thing about this is, your and keep everything you value
homeless, often living in cars, tents or donations in Bartow stay in Bartow," she Safe. Sound. Secure.
in the woods. However, even those with said.
a roof over their heads, for a child what But there is one thing that is just as
matters more is not whether something is powerful.
nutritious, it's a matter of hunger. "The biggest thing you do to help us is
Butler said she has been asked why share the message of child hunger," said
does KidsPack only feed children. Why not Butler.
an entire family? She was presented with a check from
"We focus on one child at a time," she the Kiwanis for $900. That will feed three
said. 'We give hope to one child at a time." children for 52 weekends.
In fact, KidsPack is a program in which
adults do not have to sign up for children Want to learn more?
to receive the kits.
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her left hand, get placed. Students who receive the kits from KidsPadck then have food for three
meals each for Satunrday and Sunday.

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a B BUY 1 might be tops on your list, but do somre a gluten-free meal-option. In addition, some1 t.p
55 i rtow : TAKE 50% OFF comparison shopping before settling on restaurants might be willing to negotiate price,
10am-Bpm,MonthroughSat 2n ENTREE a restaurant. Prices can vary greatly when especially for large parties.
CATERING AVAILABLE ........................... it comes to private parties, and some might not Sign a contract if your party will be especially
even be capable of accommodating the kind of large. Contracts can ensure that especially large
large party that might accompany you for a dinner parties don't go awry. This may require
holiday dinner. Start shopping well before the a deposit in advance of the holiday, but the
holiday season to see who offers the best menu, contract should spell out the menu, including
the most affordable pri es and the best food and beverages that will be offered, and the
accommodations. -final price of the meal,
Choose a restaurant that's accessible to Be an early bird. If the responsibility of
everyone. Guests can stay overnight when a planning or hosting the dinner has fallen on
holiday dinner is at a relative's house. However,- your shoulders, then get to the restaurant
guests will almost certainly be driving home before your guests. This gives you time to
h $hop after a holiday dinner at a restaurant. Make ensure everything is ready and increases the
Geqt Naw~.ins" everyone's post-meal commute home as easy chances your holiday dinner will go according
M-F :?Hou0- as possible by choosing a centrally located to plan.
Sat lam-2pm restaurant that's equidistant from everyone's: Don't forget invitations. Treat the holiday
atengAvaable home. Consider the proximity of public dinner like you might treat a wedding reception.
transportation to the restaurant as well, as some or a birthday party, inviting guests several
guests might prefer-to avoid holiday traffic by weeks in advance so everyone has time to plan
taking public transportation. their trip. Include directions to the restaurant
Inquire about a restaurant's pricing flexibility. in your invitations, and remind guests that
There might be room for negotiation holiday traffic might require they leave earlier
regarding the menu, including choices on.the to make it to -the restaurant on time for the
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Don't give the dog any turkey

Sure, spread the holiday love but not crucial for pancreatitis as dehydration
with food, it can be dangerous from vomiting and diarrhea can set in
digestive Code i nto te dges ais ior e Murphy very raTpidly.
With Thanksgiving and Christmas Murphy very rapidly.
just around the comer, you may be. Pancreatitis can even cause an ab-
thinking about the delicious spread of scess or multiple abscesses in the pan-
turkey, ham, fruit cake, buttery biscuits, creas and lead to secondary complica-
and pies placed generously across your tions such as liver disease and diabetes
dining room table as you bask in the since the pancreas is the organ that also
company of your family, friends, and produces insulin. Diabetes can become
furry friends. an extremely serious secondary effect
While other veterinarians and I are since it requires daily, lifelong treatment
getting prepared for the day after the intestine; instead, they leak back into and is potentially life-threatening.
wonderful holidayfeast, when those the pancreas causing even more in- The passage of food through the
furry friends show up with cases of flammation, damage, and pain. A small intestine is a strong stimulus to the
pancreatitis. amount of high fat food can trigger pancreas, which should be avoided to
Pancreatitis stands for inflammation vomiting and diarrhea, the classic signs treat pancreatitis.
of the pancreas, the organ that releases for pancreatitis. Other signs of pancre- Essentially, the pancreas needs to
digestive enzymes into the digestive atitis include poor appetite, lethargy rest. This generally means no food or PHOTO PROVIDED
tract. (weak/tired), abdominal (belly) pain, water for 12-24 hours and using intra- With Thanksgiving and Christmas just around
The pancreas sits just under the and fever. Some dogs are especially venous fluid support to prevent dehy- the corner, you may be thinking about sharing
stomach and follows along to the first prone to having an inflamed pancreas, dration. Most patients with pancreatitis some of the food, but don't do it.
part of the small intestine. When the most especially schnaizers, female are hospitalized and also treated with
pancreas is inflamed, its digestive dogs, and overweight/obese dogs. anti-vomiting medication, pain reliev- 5) Remember that even raw or under-
enzymes can't be released into the Early diagnosis and treatment are ers, and antibiotics. cooked turkey can harbor bacteria and
If a patient is lucky, the pancreatitis toxins that can cause serious gastroin-
resolves without complications and low testinal side effects
fat foods, or specific diets such as Hill's 6) Onions and garlic have a sup-
Science Diet ID or Nestle Purina EN, porting role in stuffing and other side
will be recommended. dishes, but can also be dangerous when
So now that slipping your beloved pet ingested by our pet
a simple piece of turkey trimmings un- 7) Keep your pet at a healthy body
der the table seems scary enough, let's weight and discuss it with your
discuss what can be done to prevent veterinarian.
pancreatitis. It's understandable that during the
1) Do NOT feed your dog high fat holiday season we all want to spread
people food including that delicious cheer, even to our beloved pets.
Find us on. piece of Thanksgiving turkey skin, fat Remember that it doesn't have to come
Facebook trimmings, gravy, pie, and even bones in the shape of food. Pampering is a.
2) Again, Do NOT feed table scraps or mutual affection that can replace food
leftovers and protect our pets from the harm of
3) Third time's a charm, Do NOT feed feeding the wrong thing or even too,
table scraps or leftovers much of the right thing.
4) Take out the trash immediately to Have a safe and healthy holiday
avoid your pet getting into it later season:

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SPCA Florida and Talk Fusion Partner Get a pet and picture

establishing emergency shelter
SPCAFlorida, the state's leading animal 7f it w ith S a n
welfare agency based in Lakeland, and o i
Talk Fusion, a rapidly growing globalVideo
Coinmunication Company, are getting The Polk County Sheriffs Animal vaccinations will be $5 each. Microchips
together to establish an emergency shelter Control Section is again hosting its are $15 and include free Home Again
to help Hillsborough County's stray dogs. annual Pet Fest. It is from 10 a.m. pet recovery service registration onsite.
The dogs are currently unable to be to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7 at the Special celebrity guests Santa and
housed at Hillsborough CountyAnimal facility, located at 7115 De Castro Road, Mrs. Claus (and elves) will chat, sign
Services due to a medical quarantine Winter Haven. autographs, and take photos with you
caused by an outbreak of uncommon All adoptions are discounted to and your family, including all human,
strains of respiratoryvirus that are treatable, $25 the day of the event. Adoption canine, and feline members.
but for which there are no vaccinations. Pre-Qualification Questionnaires are Area organizations and vendors
Talk Fusion, an ongoing supporter of available at the counter and on line will be on site with demonstrations,
SPCA Florida and animal welfare, is donat- at or on Facebook activities and services for both fami-
ing to cover the cost of the tent, supplies, at Polk-County-Animal-Control. To lies and their pets and much, much,
and staff time. expedite the process questionnaires more fun. This year the Sheriff's Office
"We are so fortunate to have such a will be accepted by email at adoption- Agricultural Crimes Section's specialty
generous and compassionate business or by fax vehicles and equipment will also be on
partner. Talk Fusion has come through PHOTO PROVIDED at 863-499-2603 before noon Friday, display.
again and again for animals in need. They Dec. 6. New pet owners will automat- All Pet Fest proceeds will be used for
are an asset to our community," said SPCA Atemporary shelter is being set upatSPAon ically be eligible for our gift basket the care and comfort of the animals
Florida's Director of Animal Care and Brannen Road in Lakeland. drawings. and are available in the shelter.
Medical Services Adam Lamb. organization also has lots of Hillsborough A low cost pet vaccination clinic is For information, call PCSO Animal
"This is a great example of partnership, rescue groups rallying to help. scheduled throughout the day. Pet Control Section at 863-499-2600.
as many facets of the Animal Community The dogs will still be processed through
are Working together for a great cause. It HCAS intake and then transferred to SPCA
serves as an example for future coopera- Florida's facility. Following standard shelter
tion to help those that are most deserving, intake protocol, all animals received will
the animals," said Talk Fusion Founder undergo a medical evaluation and consis-
and CEO Bob Reina. tent monitoring, and steps will be taken
According to Lamb, the dogs will be to keep all cleaning and care of HCAS
housed in a temporary tent within SPCA animals separate from SPCA Florida's p
Florida's large dog execise yard at 5850 kennels to reduce any ris .A sweetheartto thecore, Reese veralla friendly gal, Neko wants
Brannen Road S., Lakeland. As with other "This is a great opportunityfor our is lap loving and gets along nothing more than to be one of companionwho likesto run and
emergency animal shelters there will be organization to demonstrate its nissio of well with everyone. Reese is the girls Neko would definitely do play. A little shy at first, but once
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Private company to handle school substitutes

Change helps school district sidestep state law

By CATHY PALMER handle recruiting and placement of through online system. board chairman, told the board she had
CORRESPONDENT substitutes, which Pearson says may Pearson told the board her firm could discussed the matter with her counter-
alleviate the problems facing some and would actively begin recruiting part in Orange County and was told the
The Polk County School Board has schools in the district's outlying areas. substitutes in the Orlando area to fill Kelly contract was working well in that
found a way to avoid a state ruling that Two weeks ago, principals from schools in at Poinciana and north east Polk area.
bans retired teachers from going back in Poinciana and Frostproof told the. schools where there has been a problem "They (Orange County) said it was
into the classroom as a substitute for board they often had to rely on class- keeping the classrooms staffed. She working great. And this is a chance to
six months by hiring a private firm to room aides to fill in for absent teachers said since Kelly had a similar contract get those retired teachers back into the
manage placing substitute teachers into since substitutes could not be found. with Orange County, she could call on classroom faster," she said. "I think we
classrooms. Human Resources Capital teachers in that registry to fill the slots in should certainly try this way."
Kelly Educational Services will begin Management Director Martin Young the northeast county. In southeast Polk, The board opted to give the new
handling substitutes in March even said nothing will change for substitutes, Pearson said she could recruit from method a trial run, because it wouldn't
though the Polk School Board approved other than who they report to. They will Hardee and Highlands counties to help be operational until March, the two
acontract with the firm last week. Kelly still use the computer system in place, fell in at those schools if needed, months left in the school year would be
representative Debbie Pearson told which has been functioning for the last Kelly also will pay its teachers weekly, enough time to decide whether to make
school board members it would take two years and is used to track and place rather than biweekly as the board does. it a permanent system.
until March to get the contract worked substitutes. Kelly also will provide health insurance The District didn't have to bid for the
out and make the switch from the Teachers will still be able to request a for substitutes who may work more than service as it falls under the professional
existing computerized system. substitute for their classes, and will have 30 hours per week as is now mandated, services category. No dollar figures were
Under the new contract, Kelly will to notify administrators of their absence Board member Hazel Sellers, then the attached to the contract.

French displays at Latt Maxcy Library

Polk County has a great-great- Women and Babson Park Woman's
grandma making her move on the art Club.
scene. The G-G-G in question is Gail French has two daughters in the
French, a resident of Babson Park area, one in Lake Wales and one in
for nine years now. A collection of Frostproof. Two of her six grandchil-
her paintings, "Feathered Friends," dren still reside in Polk, as does one
will be on display at the Latt Maxcy of her five great-grandchildren. Her
Library in Frostproof during the only great-great-grandchild lives in
month of November. California.
Her love of birds propelled her Everyone is invited to view her
onto the board of Ridge Audubon, take on the avian wildlife she has
where she now serves as vice presi- observed mostly in Florida, but als '
dent. She is also on the boards-of the in Costa Rica as well as elsewhere in
American Association of University the United States.
Right: This is one of Gail French's pieces of art.

Left: The artwork of Gail French is on display at
the Latt Maxcy Library.

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Ramon finalizes popular music series acts

The Ramon Theater in Frostproof
has finalized its lineup for its annual CHRISTMAS SHOW DEC. 7
winter music series.
winThe 2014 schedule features old The Ramon will also be hosting a special
The 2014 schedule features old Christmas show on Saturday, Dec. 7 at 2 p.m. It is a
favorites, like Dwight Icenhower's program for all ages as family members can enjoy
tribute to Elvis which has become a the spirit of the holiday season with excerpts from
yearly sell-out, to new acts like The the holiday classic, "The Nutcracker"The perfor-
Live Bait Band, a tribute to Jimmy mance features the professional company of the
Buffet. Florida Dance Theatre and its trainees. Tickets are
Because of the popularity of the just $10 each, and are available online atwww.
event, there are now two tiers of or at the theater on East Wall
shows, the regular "Music Memories Street during weekday business hours.
Series" and the new "premier" series,
which has two shows. The regular Gold '50s & '60s Show Band will be
series kicks off Jan. 11 with an ap- back for an encore performance.
pearance by the Live Bait Band, which They'll take you back in time, per-
- will perform such Jimmy Buffet hits forming those favorites you've loved
as "Cheeseburger in Paradise" and through the years such as "Under The 4
"Margaritaville." The band also covers Boardwalk," "Hang on Sloopy," "Chain
such artists as Alan Jackson, Kenny Gang," "Brown Eyed Girl" and more.
Chesney; Bob Marlow and K.C. and Tickets for the Music Memories
the Sunshine Band. series are $18 in advance and $22 at
"Dream Lovers" will perform on the door. All shows start at 7 p.m.
Jan. 25 with their tribute to Bobby A special "Neil Diamond Tribute"
Darin and Connie Francis. Performers will kick off the "Premier" series on
Jimmy Mazz and Marcy Downey will March 8, starring two-time tribute
bring fans the best songs of these artist of the year and Diamond look-
two legends such as: "Splish Splash," and sound-alike Keith Allynn.
"Beyond The Sea," "Mack the Knife" That will be followed a week later
and more. Downey's selections in- with-ElvisTribute artist Dwight
elude "Lipstick on Your Collar," "Who's Icenhower, who has made Frostproof
Sorry Now," "Where the Boys Are" and a regular stop on his tour. The show
others, will be March 15.
On Feb. 8, the theater will welcome Icenhower i' the winner of Toronto
the Shindigs, a tribute to the Beach Elvis Festival 2013; winner Poconos
Boys and other artists of the 1960s, Elvis Fest 2012; two-time winner King
with a playlist including "Surfin' Of The World Memphis 2011 and 2012
USA," "Help Me Rhonda," "Fun, Fun, and winner of the Heart of the King
Fun" and others. Las Vegas Hilton 2011.
"Cash and Friends," a tribute to Tickets for the premier events are
. Johnny Cash, will take the stateon $25 in advance, and $30 at the door,
Feb. 22 featuring Keith Coleman, con- and are available for purchase now
sidered the best Johnny Cash tribute at or at the
artist in Florida, theater officials note. Ramon Theater office, 11 East Wall Keith Allynn will bring his amazing Neil Diamond tribute to the Ramon in March as part of the
"He not only looks like the "Man in Street. For information, call the theater's new"Premier" series of concerts.
Black," but his vocal impression of theater at 635-7222.
Cash is amazing," noted Tina. Miller A series ticket, good for all sev-
of the Ramon. He'll be joined by Ruby en shows, is available for $115. A
Tuesday performing June Carter Cash, five-concert Music Memories season
Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton and others. ticket is $75, and $40 for both premier
Highland's County based Lotela shows.

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Wednesday, November 20,2013 The News Page 35


Reducing hospital readmissions is

focus for local pulmonary program

By LAUREEN ALBRECHT hospital re-entry, especially when thera- Pulmonary reconditioning entails
CORRESPONDENT py is integrated early into patient care. many physical dynamics. It consists
"I think we are different because we of leading patients to an improved
For most chronic obstructive pulmo- are one of the few rehab teams that respiratory fitness, giving precaution-
nary disease sufferers, exacerbations of bring the certified respiratory thera- ary measures to avoid lung infection,
this condition are the most common pists into the mix of patient care," said teaching patients' energy conservation
cause of admission to the hospital, es- Kim Mangum, registered respiratory and improving posture skills to achieve
pecially in the flu-ridden fall and winter therapist for Spring Lake Rehabilitation deep respiration.
months. Much emphasis has been put Center. She says there's a collaborative Mangum said that lungs have an
on programs to reduce the numbers of effort that brings a broader approach to important job. Patients with damaged
readmission. patient's with lung disease. lungs can't get rid of the build-up of car-
According to Tino Manco, adminis- "The whole point is to teach patients bon dioxide waste. Pulmonary therapy
trator for Spring Lake Rehabilitation to breathe smarter not harder," said shows patients how promptly exhale the PHOTO PROVIDED
Center, pulmonary rehabilitation is one Magnum. The cells in COPD affected waste and breathe with more confi-
way to curb the revolving door of fre- lungs will inefficiently exchange oxygen dence with each function and activity. From left is Daniel Sherman, PTA, pulmonary
quent hospital stays. Manco is on two and carbon dioxide. "Our expertise ; "Overall, I want people to know there patient; Harriet Tice and Kim Mangum, RRT.
local tasks forces at the Winter Haven helps patients improve breathing :. are new treatment options emerging
Hospital and the Polk County Coalition, techniques that quickly rid the body every day," said Mangum. Her greatest He believes that prevention through
His community emphasis is to decrease of the carbon dioxide waste with each desire for her patients isto enjoy their patient education and necessary
patient's risk for hospital re-entry, activity," she says. life as symptom-free as possible and provision of services will be the key to a
Manco says that targeting COPD pa- She reports that until therapy starts, help them better cope with the effects brighter future for this chronic disease.
tient care resources leads to improved many of her patients don't realize that of COPD. For pulmonary therapy information, call
quality of life. He believes its preven- there's a better way of breathing, even "It's vital to better each patient's 863-294-3055. SpringLake Rehabilitation
tative based pulmonary programs that with COPD. outcome, especially when it comes to Center offers comprehensive outpatient and
gain reduced re-infection rates. Their "But it takes therapeutic guidance COPD. It's a winning solution the less inpatient therapy services for short or long
ongoing pulmonary program will put and practice to acquire new breathing hospital readmissions the better the term care. They are located at 1540 6th St.
them on track for lowering rates of techniques," she said. results," said Manco. N.W., Winter Haven.

United Way hasia helper for Obamacare

United Way of Central Florida is now Science degree in Health & Human is to offer parents and caregivers of Family Fundamentals will host Santa's
home to the onlylicensed, certified. Services from Upper Iowa University, seriously, emotionally disturbed youth Workshop, a free, holiday themed
Affordabikeae Act Navigator in Polk and has an extensive background in a safe option for raising their son or family event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
C .a_ n ane Coyle-Hart completed the medical field both in Health care daughter at home, avoiding foster Saturday, Dec. 7.
-iher Marketplace certification on Oct. 8, medical services, as well as Health homes, residential treatment or juve- The event will feature pictures
and is now available to assist individ- Insurance industry, specifically han- nile and criminal justice involvement, with Santa, hands-on activities, and
uals and families in their search for dling customer service and insurance "We don't want families who have a a holiday story time. Children who
health insurance in the new, federally coverage related issues. Most recent- child with serious emotional distur- attend will also receive-a book froni:
created Marketplace. ly, she was a Prevention/Training bances to feel overwhelmed and lose Santa. All activities-are appropriate for
Health Insurance Marketplace Coordinator at Citizen CPR. hope. So we encourage social workers, children 2-6.
Navigators are able to help with To speak with Coyle-Hart and school representatives, community Family Fundamentals is a parent
peparing electronic and paper appli- learn more about the Marketplace or leaders and families to attend the open resource center and a project of
catiOd. They can also help consumers potential coverage, call 863-686-1221 house to learn about this valuable United Way of Central Florida's
find out if tey qualify for affordability ext. 226. resource," said Bill Gardam, CEO of Success By 6 program. The mission
programs and assist with that enroll- Peace River Center. "Angela Jones, CAT is to ensure that all children, by 6,
ment, when needed. Other responsi- CAT team children's team leader, and the entire CAT staff have the physical, emotional, social,
bilities include outreach and public program has open house will be-on hand to describe their ser- and mental foundation to succeed in
education about the Affordable Care vices and answer questions," Gardam school and in life.
Act and the Marketplace. The Children's Community Action continued. Family Fundamentals is located at
In Florida, Navigators must not only Treatment team, Peace River Center's The location of the CAT Team office 1021 Lakeland Hills Blvd. For informa-
be certified, they must also be licensed, newest program, has an open house and open house is 1831 N. Crystal Lake tion, call 863-686-1221 ext. 221.
The process for certification and 2 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20. Drive, Lakeland. For information call Sponsorship is provided by Publix
licensing requires 30 hours of online The CAT team provides compre- Jones at 863-519-0575. Super Markets Charities, Early
training, state and federal background hensive, intensive community based Learning Coalition of Polk County,
check, fingerprinting and license treatment to families with children Family fundamentals Integral Quality Care, Florida's
registration issued by the Florida 11-21 who are at risk of out-of-home to host Santa workshop Natural, and Zephyrhills Water.
Department of Financial Services. placement due to mental health and/
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several underyg causes, but the primary DEAR DR. ROACH: Night sweats may rn p (863) 676-0400
issues are any combination of runny nose, be due to medication. After reading : Fax: (863) 676-0445
sneezing and nasal congestion, without a my prescription's adverse drug report, I VISi i .: (863) 676-04 Ii
specific cause being found. Many people realized that taking Effexor was the cause For an new or 1 I HOURS: Mon-Fri 9am to 6pm
find that symptoms are worse with odor of my excessive sweating. I made changes. ~ transferr.irenpion -: SaturdaY9m to 1pm
exposure, cold or dry air or hot or spicy Years ago, a similar problem existed: ------ ----- -- -...---.s Suay
foods. Ten percent to 40 percent of the Amitriptyline caused my hair to fall out!
population has it, and it usually starts Then there was a cough; again, itwas the
after age 20, as opposed to allergic rhinitis, medication. Always look to medication for
which usually starts at a younger age. a probable cause.- E.E. Van IR T
There are many treatments for non- ANSWER: I agree. There is an old line: *w.OS U K AR E-a "
allergic rhinitis. I often have prescribed "Ifit happens to a patient in the hospital,lt 40 YearsEx
azelastine, a topical (spray) antihistamine. you did it to him." It's not always true, but
However, in your wife's case, she has it underscores the fact that our treatments
,gotten better with prednisone. You are always have the potential for side effects.
right that prednisone has too many READERS: The booklet onperipheral
side effects to use it lightly, but the fact vascular (arterial) disease explains it in
that she has improved predicts that she greater detail. Readers can obtain a copy
would do well with nasal steroids, such by writing: Dr. Roach No. 109, Box
as fluticasone (Flonase) or another of the 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Enclose a
potent but poorly absorbed steroids. These check or money order (no cash) for $4.75
work well where they are sprayed but are U.S./$6 Can. with the recipient's printed
not well-absorbed into the bloodstream, name and address. Please allow four weeks
so have small likelihood of causing side for delivery.
effects elsewhere in the body I have seen Dr Roach regrets that he is unable to
several people with nosebleeds from answer individual letters, but will in-
chronic nasal steroids, however. corporate them in the column whenever
Surgery has been used for this condi- possible. Readers may email questions to
tion, but only in rare cases. An allergist or or
ENT doctor may be of value. request an order form ofavailable health
Finally, chronic use of over-the-counter newsletters at PO. Box 536475, Orlando,
spray nasal decongestants such as oxyme- FL 32853-6475. Health newsletters may be
tolazone (Afrin) can cause these exact ordered from
symptoms. These medications should not
.be used for more than three days.
DEAR DR ROACH: I'm a 70-year-old
man in good health. I exercise daily
and eat wholesome foods. I now realize a
that my sexual activity is better in the S

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The Fantasticks on stage

Polk State Theatre is presenting The Additional information regarding the Friday, Nov. 22: "Take 10 for Family Fun, It is scheduled 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday,
Fantasticks, an off-Broadway smash that's Gaither Christmas HomecomingTour stop Love & Laughter" Day. Just have fun with Nov. 21, at TheWinter Haven Public
been performed for nearly 50 years. at Lakeland Center in Lakeland, is avail- your family by doing what your family Library
All shows begin at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21-23 able online at www.premierproductions. loves to do Play a board game or hide and Polk County's GIS Day Conference is
and 24 at Polk State Winter Haven Fine com or www.gaithercom. To charge seek, or just go for a picnic or fun walk. part of an international day of education
Arts Theater, 999 Ave. H N.E. Sunday tickets by phone call 1-888-397-0100 or For information, call LoriWaters at 863- about geography including Geographic
matinees are at 2-30 p.m. 863-834-8111. Tickets are also available 287-4877, Cynthia Hopkins at 863-242-1233 Information Systems. Discover the world
The Fantasticks is the tale of two young online at or Kim Daugherty at 863-519-8904, ext. 204. through GIS by seeing how we come in
lovers, whose romance is made all the or in person at the Lakelard Center Box Or visit contact with this technology every day
more complicated by meddlesome Office. Complete information is available through weather, traffic, water and land
parents, who go so far as to build a wall to by calling 863-834-8111. Group tickets are Polk County GIS Day quality, retail stores, goverment, the
separate their children. The two still find also available by calling 853-834-8137. organizers seek exhibitors economy, and more.
a way to meet and fall in love, which as it Any business that relies on GIS is
turns out was the parents' plan all along. Thursdays free at Polk County's Geographic Information encouraged to join other exhibitors,
Director Mark Hartfield said the story is Polk Museum of Art Systems User Group is looking for present- which include county and city utilities,
built on the themes of romance and the ers and exhibitors for its fourth annual GIS
harsh realities of love -two things anyone Polk Museum ofArt with the help of Ting Day Conference. BRIEFS) 39
who's ever been in a serious relationship Tsung andWei Fong Chao Foundation has
understands well. free admission everyThursday year-round.
"The first act of this play is about the Admission will be waived for all visitors to
romance, being out in the moonlight," he the Museum on Thursdays. .
said. "The second act is about what the "We are grateful to the Chao Foundation OUR SPECIALTY IS CARING
storybooks don't tellyou that when the for selecting the Polk Museum of Art as No titch C rat Surgery
light is turned on, things are tougher, and one of the many cultural organizations in No Stih Ca taract surgery
sometimes lifedoesn't turn out like you the country to receive their support," said ornea Transplants
think" Claire Orologas, executive director of Polk Eyelid Surgery
All shows are free to college employees Museum of Art. in-office treatments
and students with ID, and all high school As part of the foundation's new agree- for Glaucoma and Diabetes
students with ID. Tickets for the public are ment with the Museum, the foundation We Accept Most Insurance Plans
$8. Tickets are available at the box office an will be supporting about a dozen exhi- Accepting New Patients
hour prior to each show. bitions over the coming year, including.
permanent collection shows, exhibitions
Tickets on sale for featuringworks by Florida artists, and: r
Gaither homecoming exhibitions on loan from instititions such
Christmas spectacular as the Ogden Museum in New Orleans and
the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. i
Multi-Grammy Award-winning record- In recent months, the Museum has 863-
ing artist, Bill Gaither, will present the announced two similar corporate part- 749 State Rd 60 East Lake Wa FL
Gaither Christmas Homecoming music nership agreements. MidFlorida Credit OFFICE HOU
Sspectacular at Lakeland Center Saturday, Union, the presenting sponsor of Mayfaire
Dec. 7. The leg- by-the-Lake, is underwriting the cost See an Ophthalmologist if you have: Diffi o
endaryrecording of admission on Saturdays, andBB&T, Eyes, Itching, Burning Eye Pain, Floaters
-artist will present presenting sponsor of the Smithsonian
an exciting exhibition this fall, is underwriting the cost
Scelebration, filled of admission on Fridays. The Museum
with the very anticipates establishing six to eight such
best in Christian partnerships over the next five years, and
music, including each of the corporate partners will be able
Gaither's own to specify which day of the week they want- Y u i .
Smulti-award- to sponsor.
Bill Gaither will appear winning group,
in concert in Lakeland The Gaither Family Week is coming here Your lifestyle and budget are factors in providing
on Dec. 7. Vocal Band. the ight solutuion. Winter Haven Audiology and
The event is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. FamilyWeek has started in Polk County Ridge Audiology offer a full line of digital heiaing
For nearly half a century, Gaither has ard here are some events happening this products to serve your specific needs. ou'll find
been a musical trailblazer. His reputation week.
as a performer, songwriter and mentor Wednesday, Nov. 20: "Take 10 to Eat as a reliable, easy-to-wear solutions at an affordable
for newlydiscovered artists is known Family." Eating together as a family makes price, along with top-of-the-line hearing support.
Sworld-wide. Gaither's beloved series of a significant difference in grades, drug use, At Winter Haven Audiology and Ridge Audiology,
Homecoming CDs and DVDs continues to and more. we are committed to finding the right manufacturer
top the sales charts and attract an ever-in- Thursday, Nov. 21: "Take 10 to Touch K T. Baow, A.
creasing audience. Someone's Life/Be the Best Neighbor" Day Ke ar to serve your specific needs.
The roster of talented friends taking the & Collection. The focus this year is to ben- Board ified in
stage with Gaither and the Gaither Vocal efit our "Free Clinics" who help those who Audiology Call today for your FREE hearing screening.
Band, featuring Mark Lowry, David Phelps cannot afford medical care. Bring empty Sering Central Florida st insurance.
andWes Hampton, include The Martins, prescription bottles (labels removed), sine 10 We a t m t
The Isaacs, Karen Peck & New River, copy paper, toiletries, cleaning supplies,
Buddy Greene, Jeff Taylor, Angie Primm, and bottled water for free admission to Hearing Technology Solutions
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BRIE representative at the McLean cabin for "Prior to SearchNG, we maintained the first comprehensive, independent
directions prior to cutting trees, two separate search systems; one for the recognition program for the tens of
There will be other tree-cutting events: internal users and local public search- thousands of community associations
FROM PAGE 38 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Dec. 2 through ers, and a different one for Internet throughout Florida. More than 400
Friday, Dec. 6, and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. users," said Clerk Stacy Butterfield. "We associations and more than 400,000 res-
emergency services, transportation and Monday, Dec. 16, through Friday, Dec. 20. now have one system that is used by idents have participated in the Awards
natural resources. During both of these week-long both local and advanced searchers." with 66 different associations receiving
For information, call the Polk County events; interested parties should set The new system also includes an top honors.
GIS Users Group exhibitor chair, Tracy an appointment with a State Forest advanced search functionality with The Awards is open to all community
Kirkpatrick at 863-834-6039 or Tracy. representative at state forest headquar- new features such as multiple name associations statewide. There are no ters to obtain a special use permit prior searches, multiple criteria searches and entry fees and submission is done
to cutting trees. a user customizable interface. online, go to communitiesofexcellence.
Feacher to discuss how to net/entering-the-competition/.
engage your community Gessford is December's Communities of Excellence Entries are judged by a select panel
featured artist awards call for entries of independent experts chosen from
Winter Haven City Manager Deric among educators, policy experts,
Feacher will address the topic: "How to Gary Gessford brings a world of ar- Volunteer Polk wants local condo journalists, consultants, public officials
Engage Your Community ... One City, chitectural, landscape, figurative, floral or homeowner associations active in and professionals within each industry/
One Vision" as guest speaker for the and non-representational color expres- volunteering to represent Polk County category represented.
November meeting of the Dick Pope/ sions to The Loft Art Gallery where his by entering the Florida Communities of The deadline for entering is Jan. 31.
Polk County Chapter of the Florida art will be featured through Dec. 31. Excellence Awards. The winners are to be announced at the
Public Relations Association. The meet- The show debuts during downtown Now entering its sixth year, the Communities of Excellence Conference
ing begins at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Lakeland's First Friday festivities on Communities of Excellence Awards are & Awards Gala, May 2 in Orlando.
Nov. 20, at the Cleveland Heights Golf Dec. 6. A free reception music,
Club in Lakeland. wine and hors d'oeuvres is scheduled
Feacher, who began his career with for 6-9 p.m. I
the City of Winter Haven in 2001, was Gessford's artwork is a mixture of
promoted to his current position in realistic imagery with an occasional "Put the spring back BIOmechanicaIly
February after serving one year as as- surreal twist.
sistant city manager. In the early stages As Gessford's life has unfolded, his art in your stepl Designed OrthoUl
of his career, he was Winter Haven's has evolved. As a child, visiting major Fo tWea LIA
first public information officer, later art museums and galleries formed his FTptwear
serving as support services director early concepts of art. After mattiring and
with responsibility for the city's mar- visiting art venues around the world, he LOCATIONS:
keting, communications and records began to realize he could express more WINTER HAVEN: 101 6th St. NW
management divisions, than what is perceived as real. AVENPORT: 2211 North Blvd. W.
"We look forward to welcoming The Loft Art Gallery is upstairs in U-I 0LAN 1115 Lakeland Hills Blvd.
Deric Feacher as our guest speaker and Paint Along Studios at 123 S. Kentucky BARTOW: 2250 Osprey Blvd Ste 103 -
gaining valuable insights from him Ave. For information, call 863-409-5771
based on his many years of successful for more information or visit www. $ 1 2
involvement in marketing and commu- BIOFREEZ
nications for the City of Winter Haven," i o FREE
said Katy Martin, president of the local Clerk implements Not valid with
FPRA chapter. other offers.
FPRA chapter, upgraded recording system -
The Dick Pope/Polk County FPRA
chapter meets on the third Wednesday Polk County Clerk's Office has
of every month at the Cleveland Heights unveiled the implementation of .
Golf & Country Club. All meetings RecordsNG, an upgrade to the record-
are open'to the public with advance ing system that is used by the county. -
reservations and a fee for breakfast RecordsNG is implemented as part
required. To registe6 le website of the clerk's initiative to utilize tech-
at[www.', org/home or contact, nology to improve the productivity T .re th n
on -at 863-577-4607 or send of the recording staff, the accuracy of .US is more t a nski dee "p.:
to the official records and public access
to records. The system is provided by
S Chop your own NewVision Systems Corporation an :
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caleniac Saturday, Nov. 30. needs of staff, agencies and companies : :
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Florida Forest Serve sand Pine public records. By providing the county rlWtma sgtMEn iiruw "- Atum,- (yams ffimmm Hftirlas B ;
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2 p.m. only. a more flexible and efficient procesor.
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Bus Road in Frostproof. batch scanning capability, which uti- itt iliRef ttea gat-uxfitn
Sand pines are 15 feet or less in lizes scanner barcode recognition and Central Florida ermatogyssociate offers the most current, innovative therapies
height. Hand saws only may be allows the staff to scan large grofps of and treatments for mildermatohrnic skin conditions. From ecema to pre-cancerapieous
brought; no chainsaws are permitted. documents in a single step. moles, we have the skills and experience to treat you with the latest to prechnologies and
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opijc C enter from the University of DCNP, is a Dernatology Certified University of Oklahoma
]ltsV rAlabama-Birmingham. NursePractitionerwitha graduate, served 20 years as a
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S- in Mohs, Laser, and Cosmetic lives in Lake Wales with her Senior Medical Officer on the
Surgery at UCLA David Geffen USS Independence. He and his
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Los Angeles Medical Center. His children, children, fell in love with Lake
wife, Chrisjonna Foster, is the Wales whentheymoved hereto
practice's BusinessAdministra- begin his private Dermatological
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RAKING heap.
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FROM PAGE 1 weight leaf rake and
a good pair of gloves.
use a mulching mower Being comfortable while
to take care of some of doing the work will make
the leaves. The mower it go more smoothly and
will shred the leaves quickly, and a lightweight
and create nutrients for rake won't be too taxing,
the soil and the lawn. while gloves will prevent
However, once the lawn the formation of blisters.
stops growing you do not In addition, take breaks
want to cut it too short. to rest and recharge.
This is when it is time to Move your feet as you
take out the rake. rake so your arms and
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and leaf blower are the work. Think of it as
other ways to make quick dragging the leaves more
work of cleaning up so than just shuffling
leaves. Although these them around. Spread
devices may not be as the work around. Sharing
eco-friendly as a rake, the task with others cer-
they can significantly tainly cuts down on the
reduce the time it takes time it takes to clear the
to clear a yard of fallen yard. Have a leaf-raking
leaves. party in which members
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downwind. It is a good pitch in before everyone
idea to save raking for enjoys a well-deserved
a day when it is not too backyard barbecue.
breezy; otherwise, you Although raking leaves
may end up raking the may not be the average
same spots over and homeowner's favorite
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leaves into small piles. worked when raking,
Then you can easily which also is a good
transfer the leaves to a form of cardiovascular
tarp or bag and set aside exercise.
for disposal or deposit

4bed/2 bath-DWMH REDUCED TO $136,900 B00!
Blue Jordan Forest
Michelle K. Hutto, Broker-Owner
245 S. Scenic Hwy., Frostproof, FL 33843 PHOTO PROVIDED
863-635-0030 Fax: 863-635-0031 Cell: 863-528-1136
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1 br/1 ba apartmentwith separate Volley Boll, and Washer & Dryer hookups
entranceinaverydesirablequiet Rents start at $380 for 1 Bedroom
business neighborhood, juststeps from Cinch
bUSineSS Lake. Askin $124,500 $457for 2 Bedrooms $529for 3 Bedrooms
Melba C. Taylor,
near you Realtor/Broker
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-Frostproof, FL 33843

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1108 Yamll Ave -Lake :ort tiliy area. Asking only room 3 bath in a gated com- dining and bonus room 2 car
Wales 4 bedrooms/3 baths: :$19,900. Frostproof Rea-: munity with a screened pool. garage that has been partially
split level home. Upstairs y, LLC 863-635-4246: This home features a sizeable SPACIOUS VING 3 Bed- converted; listed for
split level home Upstairs ty, LLC 86: kitchen, granite countertops, room 2 bath-home with dual $79,000 ID #4733 PRIME
has 3 bedrooms/ baths ample cabinet space, pantry fireplace facing both living PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
A l o and downstairs has fr beWY 6d-3, F closet, a gas range, stainless room and dining room areas. 863-676-7040
room/1 bath. Home has for-, '1151 HWY:630, FROST-, steel appliances, his & hers There's an in-ground screened
-E AT mal living and dining room,: PROOF ;6 Bedroom, 3 walk in closets as well as van- pool and a separate screened
TATE Family room has fireplace,: Bath home, Very spacious: ities, garden tub, volume ceil- porch. This home has a new NEEDS TLC 2 Bedroom 2
R AL ES 1TA L Master suite upstairs has home with lots to offer, Main: ings, formal living & dining, roof, new well pump, and an bath with cathedral ceilings,
balcony over looking swim- part of home was built in: dinette, laundry room w/cabi- oversized 2 car garage on a and a screened porch. Needs
Sming pool, nice-porch plus approx 1952 with 2 story; nets & sink, new paint & car- nice shaded lot. It sits on work; reduced to $29,900 ID
-. --decking around. pool area: addition that was built in: pet, and a 2 car garage; list- almost 1 acre of land, and #205 PRIME PLUS REAL
'We Are Pledged To The Letter And with gold fish pond. Back' 2004, Large family room, i ed for $294,900 ID #1873 has a fenced back yard; listed ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
Spirit of U.S. Policy For TheAchieve- ,yard is fenced...Garage was Outside of city limits on cor-: PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE for $164,900 ID #3195
ment Of Equal Housing Opportunity converted into game room: ner lot. Asking $139,900.: INC. 863-676-7040 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE m
Throughout The Nation. We Encour- 1with private- office. Large: Frostproof Realty, LLC 863-: www.primeplusrealestate.c INC. 863-676-7040
age And Support An Affirmative uility area. Located near: :635-4246 www.frostproof- om NICE CONTEMPORARY
Advertising And Marketing Program in .ak and down- rlm HOME This 3 bedroom
.Which there Are No Barriers To play. ar, Lae and dow: m HOME This 3 bedroom 2
Obtaining Housing Because of Race, 'town area. This home has: i Frostproof Realty, LLC DUPLEX EACH UNIT 2 BED2 bath block home has new car-
olor, Religion, Sec, Handicap, amil toffer. R ced to' 863-635-4246 BATH each side has all appli- HANDY MAN SPECIAL 2 pet, inl, interior paint, and a
ia Status Or National Origin." $157900 Frosroof Rea nces, and screened porch. Bdroom 1.5 bath home with new A/C unit. Ready to move
-:ty, LLCn. The total sq. ft. living space is tile floor throughout, 1 car into! Reduced to $79,900 ID
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1020HOUSESFORSALE $124,900 ID #373-375 yard with shed needs work; ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
,. -..........-I-. 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE listed for $34,400 ID #2751
:103 "D" St- Frostproofj 29 Heights Ave -Frost-, NINC. 863-676-7040 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE m
:Large corner lot inside city: 'proof' 3 bedrooms/3j ABSOLUTELY GOR- INC. 863-676-7040
:limits of Frostproof, Spa-: baths home located on Lake: GEOUS! 3BR/3BA home m FIXER UPPER This 3 Bed-
ccious 2 bedroom, 1 bath: Clinch -on- a quiet street. with screened Pool and m room 2 bath home has ample
,concrete block & brick: Walking distance to down-: porch. Pool has new pool COZY HOME 2 Bedroom 1 kitchen cabinet space, ceram-
:home, central air and heat,: town, library, churches, liner/pump & filter, formal bath frame house with hard- CUTE HOME 3 Bedroom 2 ic tile throughout, screened
,detached carport and utility :schoolsClinch Lake has a: living.& formal dining rooms, wood fldors, fresh paint, and bath home with breakfast bar, porch, and 1 vehicle carport.
building, Asking only: :white sandy bottom lake for breakfast room, family a- fenced back yard with a ample kitchen cabinet and Needs 'work; reduced to
Asking only' 'white, snybottomnlake for: brea s r
:$5990. F o roof: swimming, fishing and all r kitch shed; listed at $29,900 ID counter space, large bed- $44,900 ID #6316 PRIME
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Realty, LLC 863-635-: iwatport! Spivt bedrm newer granite counter tops, ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 porch, fenced backyard, and 863-676-7040
:4246 www.frostpro ofreal- :plan ormal vng and din ng w aming drawer,sland, 2 car garage. This home has' : romkite break fastnook in: double garage, 2 sheds, m new carpet,- vinyl,
:kitchen, large fanhjly room: newer roof and located interior/exterior paint, range SPACIOUS CONTEMPO-
900 Keen Rd Frostproof: with greatvew feSunset: walking distance to. every- NICE VILLA 2 Bedroom 2 and vent hood; listed for RARY HOME 3 bedroom 2
SBeautiful Lakefront home on: over the lake. 2car: thing in downtown .Frost- bath villa with bar sink, ample $64,900 ID #3314 PRIME bath with ample kitchen cabi-
quiet street outside of city attached garage Asking proof! Amenities. include: kitchen. cabinet space, and PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. net and counter space, new
limits of Frostproof. 3 spa-: :$265-000. Frostproof Real- alarm system,'city water but Florida room. Also has fresh 863-676-7040 range & hood, new interior
:cious bedrooms with 2 bed-, .ty, LLC 863-635-4246: well for lawn irrigation, beau- paint, new.range; range hood, paint,. large bay window,
rooms upstairs and 1 down- tiful landscaping, mostly tile and dishwasher; listed for ceramic tile throughout, gar-
:stairs, 2.5 baths, Large, flooring, outdoor patio; and $79,900 ID #648 PRIME OWNER FINANCING 3 bed- den tub & dual sinks in master
Great room with fireplace, 212 N.Lake Reedy Blvd located a block to Clinch PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. room 2 bath home formal liv- bath, large walk-in closet in
Swimming pool, plus small: IFrostproof -Spacious brick, Lake! ASKING $167,500 863-676-7040 ing open kitchen with formal master bedroom, laundry
quest cottage with: home on Lake Reedy. 3 bed-: Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062
Ibed/lbath, Double rooms/2 baths, sunken -liv- Estelle Sullivan Realty n l Tim Dil Co or
garage, Approx 1.3 acres: 'ing room with fireplace,: 109 N Scenic Hwy L Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle
with fenced in yard. Home: :large game room off rear of1 Frostproof FI Edited by Rich Norris and Joyce Lewis:
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with 1 bed/lbath, Spacious: :Reedy. 90 Ft of dock with:, 109 N Scenic Hwy -19 Suffragist 34 -6 I "- -
home in quiet neighborhood, covered boat area and room, Frostproof Fl Lucretia
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shop, fenced in back yard.: :ter bedroom with on suite: carpet. Pool, screen room, subtitled "The
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COUNTRIFIED! 2+ acres, : JUST USTED& 8S) I ed for $294,900 ID #1873 ic tile throughout, screened home has a new stove, vent ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
2003 home 3BR/2BA has a 3 WEEKS! "FIXER UPPERP~ PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE porch, and 1. vehicle carport hood, dishwasher, paint, car-
little of everything! "MAN- 3BR 1BA oversized lot INC. 863-676-7040 Needs work; reduced to pet, and roof; reduced to m
CAVE with its own electric SOLD! SOLD! SOLD! www.primeplusrealestate.c $44,900 ID #6316 PRIME $59,900 ID #3905 PRIME
panel, pole barn with metal Call Estelle @ 863-632- om PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. NICE POOL HOME 4 bed-
storage unit for the guy with 2062 Estelle Sullivan 863-676-7040 863-676-7040 room 2 bath home with new
tools & tos! Home has Realty DUPLEX EACH UNIT 2 BED 2 carpet, paint, roof, range,
catedral ceiling, Cypress 109 NScenicBATH each side has all appli- microwave hood and dish-
Waltrl in Great room, large Frostproof H ances, and screened porch. SPACIOUS CONTEMPO- NICE 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH washer. The kitchen has
open kitchen & appliances, The total sq. ft. living space is. RARY HOME 3 bedroom. 2 HOME has a breakfast bar ample cabinet space, closet
Jacuzzi for her as well as..--- ---------....-- 2,226, needs work; listed for bath with ample kitchen cabi- overlooking the family room, pantry, and a breakfast bar
central vacuum system. JUST LISTED IN SUN RAY $124,900 ID #373-375 net and counter space, new ample kitchen cabinet space, off of a large pass through
Split level home has cv- HOMES! 2BR/1BA home PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE range & hood, new interior pantry closet, new dishwash- window. The master bedroom
plirt levelh ome has Cvdel l OMEwi 2l/BA aome INC. 863-676-7040 paint, large bay window, er, range and hood. It also leads straight to the in ground
vered porch wit a delightful with centiral/he atarge v- ceramic tile throughout, gar- has new paint, carpet and pool area. This home also has
view of nature! Backs up to ing room, 1 led bathroo, m den-tub & dual sinks in master vinyl. This home has a an open patio, 2 vehicle car-
RR acres where thereare enclosed front porch, car- bath, large walk-in closet in screened porch, shed, and 1. port with a storage area, and
thousands of acres of riding port, spacious kitchen large COZY HOME 2 Bedroom 1 master bedroom, laundry oversized car garage with a fenced back yard; listed at
trails and recreational land! enough for dinette, storage bath frame house with hard- room, and a 2 car garage; storage area; reduced to $114,900 ID #2540 PRIME
ASKING $165,000 shed & MORE! ASKING wood floors, fresh paint, and reduced to $109,900 ID $89,900 ID #3603 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062 $41,000 a fenced back yard with a #4917 PRIME PLUS REAL PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
Estelle Sulliva Realty Call Estele 863-632-2062 shed; listed at 29,900 ID ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 863-676-7040
109 N Scenic Hwy Estelle Sullivan Realty #31 PRIME PLUS REAL
Frostproof F 109 N Scenic Hwy ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 m NICE 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH Frostproof FI NICE POOL HOME 3 bed- newer built home with volume m BEAUTIFUL LAKEFRONT room 2 bath home with ceilings, a split bedroom floor
COUNTRY LIVING on near- PROPERTY Spacious living screened in-ground pool, a plan, eat-in kitchen, all appli-
ly 5 acres! 3BR/3BA home! JUST LISTED! 1BR/1BA NICE VILLA 2 Bedroom 2 area, FP in Living Rm., split fireplace in the family room, ances included, formal dining
Land is fenced & cross- 'remodeled' home with eat- bath villa with bar sink, ample bedroom plan, Screened breakfast bar, a separate room, handicap acessible,
fenced, barn/pens/water ing area off kitchen, back kitchen cabinet space, and Porch across back of home. entry to pool area from the and a 2 car garage. This
tubs/feed troughs, second porch with washer/dryer, Florida room. Also has fresh Sliding Doors from Dining master bedroom, new carpet, home sits on a little over an
barn (where well is located); detached carport and 2 paint, new range, range hood, Room to porch plus from Mas- new paint, new water heater, acre of land, and its in ready
30x35 agricultural pole barn storage rooms. Updated and dishwasher; listed for ter -Bed. Recessed hot tub and a 1 car garage; listed for to move in condition. Located
(could have horse stalls electrically and plumbing. $79,900 ID #648 PRIME (As-"Is") sliding doors to $69,900 ID #108 PRIME near Lake Tiger; listed for
added easily), 16 ft deep Metal roof, screen front PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. access. Oversized 2 car PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. '$164,900 ID #4450 PRIME
stocked pond & More. porch & NEAR LOCATION 863-676-7040 garage plus .exterior storage 863-676-7040 PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
Home is well insulated with TO PUT BOAT INTO CLINCH shed. Private open porch 863-676-7040
very low electric bills, large LAKE! ASKING $21,000 entry to front of home. Private
living room/tray ceiling with Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062 SPACIOUS LIVING 3 Bed- Dock and Boat Ramp, listed LAKEFRONT HOME ON
recessed lighting, dining Estelle Sullivan Realty room 2 bath home with dual forr $239,000 ID #1671 LAKE WALK-IN-WATER, INVESTOR SPECIAL 4 Bed-
area with view of woods, 109 N Scenic Hwy fireplace facing both living PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE large covered dock with boat room 3 bath block home with
huge 'country' kitchen Frostproof FI room and dining room areas. INC. 863-676-7040 lift, formal living and dining 'an eat-in kitchen, tile floor
loaded with cabinetry and There's an in-ground screened room, family room with fire throughout, and a circular
counter space/all appli- pool and a separate screened m place, enclosed Florida room, drive, reduced to.$12,900 ID
ances and two huge LARGE 2-3BR 2BA, newer porch. This home has a new remddeled kitchen with break- #1450 PRIME PLUS REAL
pantries! Other amenities kitchen, tiled bathrooms, liv- roof, new well pump,, and an NICE CORNER LOT HOME fast nook, sun room, work ESTATE INC..863-676-7040
are floored storage area in ing & dining room, privacy oversized 2 car garage on a This -2 Bedroom 2 bath home shop; screen porch; Spectac-
attic, all ceramic tile flooring fence back yard, shed, Ig nice shaded lot. It sits on has high cathedral ceilings, ular.views from family room, m
that looks like planks, insu- screen porch. PLUS a almost 1 acre of land, and bay window, planter shelves, kitchen and Florida room, lush
lated/hurricane garage DUPLEX 2BR and 1BA each has a fenced back yard; listed ample .kitchen cabinet and landscaping, privacy fenced 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH BUN-
doors, Anderson Windows, unit. Located right beside an for $164,900 ID #3195 counter space, breakfast bar, yard, utility shed, $249,000 GALOW HOME Has formal
200 Amp service/wired for elementary school! Walk all PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE shed and 1 car garage. The ID #9402 PRIME PLUS REAL living room and a split bed-
whole-house generator/RV over town! ASKING INC. 863-676-7040
hook-up with electrical outlet $119,000
& water, doorways/hall ADA Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062 m
compliant, Master suite with Estelle Sllivan Realty The average cost of a brewed cup of coffee
hihe -master bath with walk- 109 N Scenic Hwy HANDY MAN SPECIAL: 2
in-tiled shower, good stor- Frostproof FI Bedroom 1.5 bath home with $1 38
age and -a walk-in-closet tile floor throughout, I car
(built-ins). There is an Arte- garage, and a sizable back
sian well AND ROSALIE LOADED with amenities: yard with shed, needs work;
LAKE ACCESS AT THE END 4BR & 3BA home with 19 ft listed for $34,900 ID #2751
OF THE ROAD! Want to ceilings .in great PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
fish? Raise animals? Garden? room/kitchen/ foyer! Gran- INC. 863-676-7040
You can do it all! Backs up to ite fireplace/laminate & tile
hundreds of vacant land with flooring/some granite win- m
many trails! Y'all Come! dow sills/surround sound
$241,500 inside & outside/laundry CUTE HOME 3 Bedroom 2 .
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062' chute/in-wall & floor pest bath home with breakfast bar, W
Estelle Sullivan Realty control/walk-in-closets in 'all ample kitchen cabinet and
109 N Scenic Hwy bedrooms/formal dining counter space, large bed-
Frostproof FI room/breakfast room closets, screened . nook/office/double garage porch, fenced backyard, and
s dPLUS 3 bedrooms upstairs 2 car garage. This home has Cost of a firt lass US Postage Stamp
| Classified = Sales and one bath with tub/show- new carpet, vinyl, first Uamp
er & two separate vanity interior/exterior paint, range
JUST ABOUT UNBELIEV- areas, Master Suite down- and vent hood; listed for
ABLE describes this geor- stairs has 2 walk-in-closets, $64,900 ID #3314 PRIME
geous 3BR/2BA home that bath with Jacuzzi tub/sepa- PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.. '
sits high on a hill overlook- rate shower/dual sinks, 863-676-7040
ing crooked lake with citrus make-up area/sitting bench
trees (and agricultural & 2 walk-in-closets. '
exemption for low taxes), Office/laundry room/3rd OWNER FINANCING 3 bed-
deep well, irrigation for lawn bathroom also downstairs. room 2 bath home formal liv- ,"
and grove, great room with Kitchen has granite counter ing open kitchen with formal
cathedral ceiling & fireplace, tops & island with ice- dining and bonus room 2 car
formal dining room, sepa- machine & sink, built in garage that has been partially
rate dinette off kitchen, won- microwave & convection converted; listed for.
derful kitchen full of cabik oven so much more! $79,000 ID. #4733 PRIME
nets and countespace 4BR/3BA two-story home PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
appliances, split bedroom also has lake access. CANT 863-676-7040
plan, open floor plan, mas- BE REPLACED FOR ,/'. -
ter suite With office and $249 999
huge master bath that Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062. NEEDS TLC 2 Bedroom 2f a m d l MP
includes dual sinks her Estelle Sullivan Realty bath with cathedral eilings, Cost of a home linews
"Jazucci," his shower, water 109 N Scenic Hwy and a screened porch. Needs dirw
closet & walk-in-closet. Frostproof FI work; reduced to $29,900 ID ONLY .40 CENTS!
Other amenities are alarm #205 PRIME PLUS REAL
system, inside laundry room ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
with sink, attached garage, RESIDENTIAL B
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large sun room with thermal BEAUTIFUL LARGE CON- i l
windows, well insulated with TEMPORARY HOME 4 bed- NICE CONTEMPORARY -
low electric bills, detached .room 3 bath in a gated com- HOME This 3 bedroom 2. I d^' s
18x20 garage/workshop munity with a screened pool. bath block home has new car- I_ i
with electric, RV hook-up This home features a sizeable pet, vinyl, interior paint, and a i rtMeL di .."r i
with water/electric/& septic kitchen, granite countertops, new A/C.unit. Ready to move l --_ a t I
facility, extra large open ample cabinet space, pantry into! Reducedcto $79,900 ID Renn ahomed
concrete pad for parking & closet, a gas range, stainless #311 PRIME PLUS REAL evets bring Miners( FirfNews
lots & lots of other extras! steel appliances, his & hers ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
REDUCED TO $345,000 walk in closets as well as van-
Call Estelle @ 863-632-2062 ities, garden tub, volume cei- m
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room floor plan. Family room ufactured home with a break- listed at $15,000 ID #24 om 1877 N Scenic Hwy, Ren- Reduce price to
could easily be used as an fast bar, pantry closet, Florida PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE ovated & Refreshed & $93,500.00 Call Cindy
additional bedroom, original room, front screened porch, INC. 863-676-7040 S -Frostroof Ready to move in! 528-0366 Keystone
hardwood flooring throughout and 1 vehicle carport with Sun Rayr r / 3/bed/lba/ carport, oak Realty Inc.5 863-635-
most of the home. Cozy workshop/aundry area; m 204 Central Ave 2 bed/I 3/bed/lba/1 carport, oak Realty Inc.
most of the home. Cozy workshop/laundry area; m bath concrete block home hardwood floors, NEW Oak 0030.
screened in back porch. Shin- reduced to $21,900 ID bath concrete block o cabinets and Granite tops,
gles, a/c and ducts were #6353 PRIME PLUS REAL 1.29 ACRES WITH spacious kitchen, lots sid cabinets and Granite tops, 90 S Lake Moody Rd-
replaced; listed at $39,900 ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 FRONTAGE ON BOY cabinets, 1 car garage NEW NEW ulation, Large Pole Lake Moody Access Enjoy
ID #604 PRIME PLUS REAL SCOUT ROAD Near the could easily be converted barn & attached enclosed 220 ft. of Lakefront View on
ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 m Kissimmee Chain of Lake and bathroom screen enclosed workshop, fenced in back the Wide Water of Lake State Park. Owner is motivat- orch, NOW Asking only yard, approx. .77 acres, Moody. This charming 4 br.
m COMMERCIAL ed and will consider offers. $44,999. Call Cindy 528- Asking $119,000.00 Call home with split bedroom
Don't miss this chance to own 0366, Keystone Realty Michelle Hutto 863-528- plan sits in 3.37 acres.
CORNER LOT HOME Zoned LARGE 2 STORY OFFICE a beautiful piece of land in Inc 63-635-0030 1136, Keystone Realty Plenty of room to expand,
for professional use. Neat, BUILDING Needs remodeling such an amazing area. Owner "Pending" Inc. 863-635-0030. great for small farm, hors-
Clean and move in ready. This to be completed. May have up has 2 other parcels available; es, animals & hobbies. A
home has a newer roof, floor- to 6 office spaces, reception listed for $15,000 ID #14 Blue Jordan-Frostproof 1710 S Lake Reedy Blvd. small grove is included on a
ing and freshly painted interi- area, 2 conference / meeting PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE ATTN. HORSE LOVERS Country Style living with a corner lot. Huge detached
or. Split bedroom floor plan, rooms and two 1/2 baths. INC. 863-676-7040 1942 Old Grove Trail beautiful view of Lake Reedy garage/workshop in rear
Large formal dining room, Has separate work shop/stor- 8.27 Acres Equestrian 4 and Deeded Reedy Creek plus a carport. 4/2 home
spacious living room. Laundry age area with overhead door, m bedroom 3.5 bath ranch Frontage. # bed 2 ba 2 Asking $199,000 Other-
room could be converted into 2 separate self-storage build- style home with grand mas- story home, 2 gar, work- wise Best Offer! Call Fred
another bedroom or even a ings, approx. 50 + units and WATER FRONT VACANT ter suite, walk out base- shop, shed, decks on front 863-257-2210, Keystone
2nd bathroom. Just under a some climate controlled. LAND Great location to build ment, large living areas and & back 2/screen enclosed Realty Inc 863-635-0030
1/4 of an acre fenced lot, Much potential to generate your home and have access two wood burning fire- back porch, on over 1 Acre.
owner financing available; list- income from office space and to Walk-in-Water Creek, places. Horse barn with 7 Seller is extremely motivat- 15 C Street 3 bedrooms,
ed at $77,700 ID #520 storage units. All reasonable access to lake depends to stalls, tack room complete ed and started the price at 2 baths, with pool and one
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE offers will be reviewed and water levels, lot approx. 2.56 with toilet and sink. Sepa- only $165,000.00. Call bedroom garage apartment.
INC. 863-676-7040 considered; listed for acres; listed at $25,000 ID rate large RV covered stor- Michelle Hutto 863-528- Wood floors, fireplace, nice $179,900 ID #6443 PRIME #L22 PRIME PLUS REAL age shed, fenced pastures. 1136, Keystone Realty front and back screened
m PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 Asking $299,000 Call Inc 863-635-0030. porches. Reduce price to
863-676-7040 Michelle 528-1103, Key- $110,000Call Wesley @
AVON PARK--WE HAVE m stone Realty Inc. 863- 83 Laurel Lane Spacious Keystone Realty, Inc 863-
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quickly, some with lake view, LOT Beautiful wooded lot 2616 Sand Pine Trail- of fenced land ideal for hors- 1909 S. Lake Reedy Blvd
great investment opportunity; RESIDENTIAL LOT waiting available, this is a great place Extremely nice 4 bedroom 2 es or cows, Asking only 4 bedroom 2 bath on over
call today for more informa- for you to build the home of to put your RV for the season bath oversized double wide $80,000. OBO Call Wes- 3/4 acres with 100' of Lake
tion or stop by our office for your dreams. Located just or the year. Boat dock and mobile home has formal liv- ley 863-528-4265 at Reedy frontage. Dock, Boat
details and map. minutes from boat ramp to ramp close by with access to ing room with built in tv unit, Keystone Realty Inc. house, large screened
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE Crooked Lake Listed at Lake Kissimmee which has dining room with built in cor- porch overlooking the lake.
INC. 863-676-7040 or visit $8,000 ID #SUN PRIME amazing fishing available. ner cabinets, eat-in kitchen 9 Keenan Way-Three full Wood kitchen cabinets and
online www.primeplus- PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. There are many features avail- w/ bar, family room, master baths for each of the three granite countertops. Needs 863-676-7040 able; listed at $25,000 ID suite has large walk in clos- bedrooms, block home with a little TLC Asking
EBRING--WE HAVE #248 PRIME PLUS REAL et, bath room with tub and ceramic tile, family room $299,000 Call Fred 863-
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SEBRING AREA, HOMES, a azing oppor for RV & boat storage plus screened,-in town location, 0030
CONDOS Priced Low, call mazin op tunity to own m plenty of space left over for very close to Lake Reedy.
8,63-676-7040 today for one of the last few waterfront
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more information or stop by ls k l. Ti IVconvert it into a large horse -I
our office PRIE PLUS REAL breath taking piece of proper- ACRES This amazing country barn, All for a low price of rs
ESTATE INC. or visit online at ty is mostly cleared with large setting is located in a gated $136,900. OBO Call beautiful oak trees, ready and deed restricted community Michelle 528-1136, Key-
Swaiting for you to build the and its just waiting for you to stone Realty Inc 863-
home of your dreams. Listed build the home of your 635&0030
CONDOS for $140,000 ID #TRL PRIME dreams, priced to sell at
GREAT WINTER RETREAT 863-676-7040 PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 1119 S Lake Reedy, 3BR, ed2 bathDWMH REDUCED TO $136900 OBO
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(no dryer), Ceramic Tile HALF ACRE LOT located in newer kitchen cabinets, nice
throughout, bedroom has car- golf course and waterfront HOME SITE, Nice half Acre appliances, oversized 2 car 245 S. Scenic Hwy., Frostproof, FL 33843
pet, screened porch has gated community. Ready for lot located in Beautiful Area of garage and a view you won't 863.635-0030 Fax: 863-635-0031.* Cell: 863-528-1136
ceramic tile, roof new.2009; you to build the home of your Homes. Growing Region Cen- believe. Asking $199,000. www.Keystone-RealEstate.NET
Amenities include: Pool, Rec. dreams. Owner is also selling trally Located between Winter Call Cindy Wise 863-528-
Room, Clubhouse, lake neighboring lot; listed at Haven and Lake Wales. Par 0366, Keystone Realty
access, spa, tennis-courts, $6,000 ID#911 PRIME PLUS tially Cleared and ready to Inc 863-635-0030. 0ru
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bedroom 2 bath lakefront is located not far from the deed restricted community to INCLUDED Rates range from $475 $650
condo with new carpet, paint, Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. build your new home! Not too
vinyl, range with hood, and Owner is motivated and will far from Public Boat Ramp OWNER FINANCING including water, sewer & trash.
dishwasher. Also has ample consider all offers. Seller has into Lake Rosalie. Owner Moti- $298 00 222 W. EtheleneSt., Bait
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bath concrete block home, ble garage, detached large less than five years old Ask- with Estelle Sullivan Realty Maid cabinetries (lots of
newly painted, wood lami- workshop with a half bath all Babson Park ing only $59,000.00 Call 109 N. Scenic Hwy Frost- specialties), nice appli-
nate flooring, ceramic tile on two separate 1 Acre lots 642 Hillside-2 or 3bed- Cindy 528-0366, Key- proof FI ances, tile flooring,
kitchen and bathroom, CHA, on the corner with paved room/1.5 bath concrete stone Realty 863-635- 3BR/2.5BA, office -(heat-
updated light fixtures, car- roads. Asking block, single carport, par- 0030 Cozy Lake Cottage! Spa- ed/cooled), 2 car garage,
port, fenced in back yard $187,500.00 Call tially fenced back yard, cious living-dining combo, screen porch overlooking
Reduced Asking Michelle 528-1136, Key- ceramic tile throughout, every-day dining in Super Lake Reedy, huge master
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$333,500-$335,000Call the end of a private road DEVELOPER FORCED UQ- $725/month, 725 SD. Call Frostproof- LAKEFRONT LIV-
Estelle 863-632-2062 and has been well main- BREEZE HILL ON THE UIDATION Smoky Mtn. Lake Cole Vogel at Legacy Leas- ING- 3BR/2BA situated on
Estelle Sullivan Realty 109 N tained. The acreage is beau- SHORE Property Priced @ Foreclo- ing Services, Inc 863-676- over 2 acres with a dock on
Scenic Hwy Frostproof Fl tiful, pristine, serene and OF WALK-IN-WATER sure/Short sale. Up to 100% 0024 or visit www.Lega- Lake Reedy. Newer paint and can be viewed from the LAKE Financing/5% interest. Hurry- flooring, Florida room, major
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LAKE ACCESS: Crooked ed ceiling), Kitchen, and two activities, heated pool, lake- able! (877)551-0550 ext 100 Lake Wales CuntClu- or washe/dryer hookup.
ENJOY GOLF COURSE $990/month, SD $990. Call
Lake 3BR/2BA home bedrooms! Total frontage, 2 docks, boat VIEWS OF 2nd FAIRWAY in Maggie Stohler at Legacy
loaded with amenities. Two 3BR/2BA/2 Half Baths! Also slips, shuffle board courts 1210 HOMES FOR RENTous 2BD/2.5BA Lesin Services Inc 6
story, 3BR/2BA open great includes Pole Barn, and sep- and paved roads. home. 2,000 Sq.Ft., vaulted 676-0024 or visit www.Lega-
room, pool table, newer arate detached 2 car 750 N Scenic Hwy, Frost- ceilings, living room'with fire
kitchen cabinets & appli- garage with a large living 9078 Lake Point Blvd. proof 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath place, formal dining room,
ances, nice pantry with ice area above as well as an 2BR/2BA with carport, home, charming older wood large family room, screen Commercial
machine & extra refrigera- attached 2 car garage. screen porch ASKING frame home with great loca- room, two car garage.. Avail- Nalcrest- 379 sqft for lease
tor, outside kitchen with gas Dock has been set up for $35,900 Call Paul Bieber tion on a corner lot facing able furnished or unfur- in a community that boasts
grill & exhaust system, RV fishing, steps down to get 863-224-6559 Scenic Hwy, close to restau- nished. Lawn care included in 500 apartments and approxi-
enclosed port, privacy into a canoe, and has an air- rants, stores and schools, rent. $1,350/ month, SD mately 800 residents. This
fenced, private road open to boat loading dock! Property 9186 Lake Point Blvd City water and sewer. Ask- $1,350. Call Cole Vogel at space would be ideal for a
Crooked Lake! REDUCED is surrounded by Arbuckle 2BR/1.5BA, carport, well ing $600/month, 1st, last Legacy Leasing Services, Inc hair or nail salon. There is an
TO $165,000 Call Estelle Lake .and Arbuckle Stae kept, newer kitchen, work- and Security Deposit to 863-676-0024 or visit attached bathroom. Water
863-632-2062 Estelle Sul- Park. Hundreds of acres to shop in back, carport & move in. Call Michelle and wifi included in rent.
$400/month. Call Maggie
ivan Realty 109 N Scenic roam at your will The land is patio ASKING $49,900 Hutto 863-528-1136, Lake Wales- BEAUTIFUL Stohler at Legacy Leasing
Hwy Frostproof F full of huge live Oaks, hicko- Call Paul Bieber 863- Keystone Realty Inc. 3BR/2BA HOME is located Services, Inc 863-676-0024 ry, cypress, native plants, 224-6559 863-635-0030. in the Dinner Lake subdivi- or visit www.LegacyLeas-
Ohas an Artesian well and sion, a gated community. It
LAKE FRONT CONDO in reminds you of "A Land 9213 Lake Point Blvd. 4 Colony Ave-Frostproof has a spacious open floor
South Shore Resort Remembered!" Home has 2BR/2BA well kept, dou- 2/1 concrete block home plan with bonus room, two Nalcrest- 950 sqft of
1BR/1BA Park Model right many amenities...GREAT blewide with carport! ASK- w/carport, central heat & car garage, and a meticu- Retail/Office Space for lease
on the lake with screen FOR A WEEKEND HOME OR ING $51,900 Call Paul air, fenced in back yard lously manicured yard with in a community that boasts
porch! Amenities include A YEAR-ROUND HOME! Call Bieber 863-224-6559 $600.00/month, 1st & Sec. separate well for irrigation. 500 apartments and approxi-
clubhouse/pool/dock/boat Estelle Sullivan for appoint- Call Michelle 528-1136. Professional lawn care includ- mately 800 residents. There
launch & More! ASKING ment to see this gorgeous 3653 Breeze Way Beauti- ed in rent. $1,300/month is an attached bathroom and
$45,900 Call Estelle home and location! f B B ueie 100 Overocr ircle and SD $1,300. Call Cole 600 additional square feet
863-632-2062 Estelle Sul- To see an of these ful 2BR/2BA Doubewide, verocer Vogel at Legacy Leasing Ser- that could be added on to the
livan Realty 109 N Scenic homes remodeled nicely inside, Frostproof 3/1 concrete vices, Inc 863-676-0024 or existing 950 sq ft. Water and
Hwy Frostproof Fl Cal Estelle 863-632- screen porch overlooks the block home, central heat & visit wifi included in rent. CallEstelle 863-632- lake, newer 12x24 storage air, all appliances included $800/month.
wm 2062 shed. Comes with member- $800.00/month 1st & Sec. Call Maggie Stohler at
REDUCED! SUPER NICE Sullivan Realty ship in COPA and mainte- Call Cindy 528-0366. Lake Wales-3BR/2BA Legacy Leasing Services, Inc
2BR/2BA home on Lake 109 N Scenic wy nance fees paid thru Dec home features a fireplace in 863-676-0024 or visit
Reedy home with a vaulted rostproo Fl 2013! REDUCED TO 10 Keen Road- the living room, a bonus
ceiling in the Great room. All $69,900 Call Paul Bieber Frostproof-Vila style apart- room off living area,
rooms have a view of the 863-224-6559 ment: 2 bedroom, 1 bath All screened porch and large,
lake, tiled throughout, nice inclusive, power, water, private, fenced backyard.
Kitchenit a ne Lots For Sale in Breeze appliances, furniture, all Convenient to town and walk-
slate flooring on big screen n Hill come with water & linens, cable. mentarc Available mid
porch overlooking Lake Inew Y sewer for manufactured $1000/month. Internet December. $850/month, SD
Reedy, & garage: REDUCED I homes! Asking $8,500 & available for $30 per month. $850. Call Maggie Stohler at
TO $199,900 Call Estelle in the $10,000 CALL PAUL Call Cindy 863-528-0366 Legacy Leasing Services, Inc
863-632-2062 Estelle Sul- BIEBER, REALTOR WITH -863-676-0024 or visit 212 E. Stuart Ave.
livan Realty 109 N Scenic ClaSSif edsl ESTELLE SULUVAN 10 Keen Road- Lake Wales, FL 33853
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back into time...Only 5 Lake Rosalie, Poolside, Har- 1993 2BR/2BA home in per month. Call Cindy hme, large screened in you canplace a
parcels of non State-Govern- bor Side. Best Lot! "Buy great location and in good 863-528-0366 orch, and much more. Docka g PCTURE
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10 Kia Soul, leather, fully 167623. 2dr Coupe, 5-spd, 6 Silver green. $6,994. Stock# SLT. A real working truck, CD4097. Call Sorensen &
loaded, included a sunroot cfl 190 hp engine, MPG 20 C13112A. 4dr Sedan. 3.60 prced to sell! Retail price Schade. 800-639-5337.
auto, low...low miles, one City29 Highway. Call Corona 3.6L V6 WT. 5- speed Auto- 33,175, Reduced to just
owner Certified Carfax. Call Auto Sales 863-551-8041. matic with over drive. Call ,995. Call Joe toda at Find the
Sam at Alan Jay Toyota at Cannon's Car City 863- Auto Ranch USA at 863-
863-402-4272. 1999 Dodge RAM Van Con- 248-8665. 633-9761. perfect
version van passenger. m c p ani
$5,975. Black. Stock# pa
CC1600A. Call Sorensen & th
Schade. 800-639-5337. in the
10 ta ra C PUT CLASSFIEDS 2002 Infiniti 4X4 Luxur 2004 Chrysler Town & 2010 expedition limited Classifieds!
10 Toyota Tundra Crew PUT CLASSFIEDS SUV. 7,800. 4dr..350 .5 Country Touring Minivan/ 4x4. one owner. Silver, 73500
Cab, Ready to go to w fr TO WORK V6 DOHC. 4speed Automatic an $,600. 4dr. 3.80 3.8L miles. $26450.00. Gene
y oul/o000f FOR YOU! with override. Dark Blue. V6 HV. 4-speed. Automatic. Davis, Alan Jay Ford 63 7
ran rranty "Toyoa Certi Stock# P7788. Call Can- Butane Blue .Stock# Wauchula. 863-77-3992.
ed, clean arranty Toyota Certi- FIND A JOB! non's Car City 863-248- B14002A. Call Cannon's Car 96.
fled", clean Carfax only 32390 -6 City 863-248-8665.6 Shd 80 t8S 0-639-5337
miles. Are you already, this BUY A HOME 8665 City 863-248-8665.
truck is thousands below new. BUY A CAR! City -j-2 86 2012 NissanSentra Sedan.
Call Sam at Alan Jay Toyota Save BIG on this economical,
all Sam at Alan Jay Toyota 1999 130 Model Infiniti. like-new Nissan! MUST GO-"
at 863-402-4272. 128,000 miles. Color Cha 2010 Ford Fusion Sedan. Dastically reduced to
S pagn.Nwtrs. Ru .- Very clean, w/ only 30K mile! $13,756! Call Joe today at
Automatic. 3,00. 863424- 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier Great MPG! Was $16,800, Auto Ranch USA at 863
6214. Winter Haven. Base Sedan. $3,550. Blue.
Stock#6214. Winter Haven. 7Base Sedan. $3,5504dr SedaBlue. 2005 Chrysler Town and Reduced to only $14,995. 633-9761.
Stock# P7573A. 4dr Sedah. k 0
2.20 2.2L 4-Cylinder SPI Country Touring Mini-Van. Call Joe today at Auto
11 Toyota Sienna LEThe DOHC SPI 16V. Call Cannon's $6,99. Gold. Stock # Ranch USA at 863-633-

CaishoNLer ON2LY.' P SL'ake WaT FLur ng 2 5,600Cr ier 2007A a ORD SPORTR
erfect people hauler one Car City 863-248-8665. C6084A C Schade. 800-639-5337
owner 7yrs/100000 miles 7 Schade 800-639-5337
power train warranty. "Toyota 1999 Mustang GT S n N 2012 Toyota Tundra EXT
Certified" Fully Loaded Carfax Convertible, 5spd, V8, 124K, CAB Truc Quad Cab.
$95C 0negotiable C1CAB Tc Quad Cab.E
Certified, one of a kind, low Beautiful car, No mec prob -
miles save over $12987.00. lem, clean car fax, $9,850 or 20 $23,997. White. Stock#
Call Sam at Alan Jay Toyota OBO. Call Bob at 863-324- 2011 f50 s crew. 4x2 x1t, C6077A. Call Sorensen &
at 863-402-4272. 7331. WH. 2005 Dodge Caravan. clean. 5.0 v8. 'clean car-fax. Schade. 800-639-5337.
ed for-t n ex ustc 2 Ch Sir to, White. Automatic. $4,999. white, 41000 miles.
l d yollr Best & 2003 Chevy S-10, Auto, Stock# 416108. Passenger $23499.00. Gene Davis, Alan --O
S2,000. engine, MPG:-20 City26 High- 773-3992.
led! Cash N Carry ONLY way. Call Corona Auto Sales. 2013 HRYER T &
or Layaway 863-5518041. 2013 CHRYSLER TOWN
Sor Layaway COUNTRY STK# RF0681
Si t J's Auto Mart Y. UR LIGHT BLUE $26877
Lake Wales, FL IN TH E: ERS, FAMIY READY. Alan Jay
2000 Ford Explorer SUV, 863-676-5283 C ASSIFIEDS! 2012 Chevrolet Cruze.E FArd. CALL JONATHAN
Auto, 6 cyl, A/C, 154,119, Dependable, w/Fantastic MPG 863-271-9590
$2,220. too! Price reduced to only ,- -
1994 Ford Ranger. Nice Cash N Carry ONLY $14,439! Call Joe today at
rBody, need work 3.0 Motor or Layaway Auto Ranch USA at 863-

or Layaway 863-676-5283 Touring SV. $5,600. White. 2007 FORD SPOR TRA
J's Auto Mart Stock# P7774. 2.402.4L 4- STK# FC64710X TAN 2013 Dodge Avenger SE
16580 Hwy 27 cylinder SMPI DOHC 16V. Call $19988. V-6, TOW PKG, 34K 2 Sedan.$16,BO0. Black. Stock
Lake Wales, FL Cannon's Car City 863- MILES LOCAL TRADE. AlaJa S dC 159. Call Sorensen &
863-676-5283 5 248-8665. Ford Sebring. CAL Schade. 800-639-5337.
8bb/_5_ 8 S 2488665. JONATHAN 863-271-9590. 2012 Chevy Malibu LT.
-.- iLoaded & very nice w/ leather,
only 29K miles! Retail price
2001 Harley D dsonec- 19,999, price reduced to just
ta Glide. 48,500 miles., $17,900. Call Joe at Auto
$9,500 negotiable. CallUSA at 863-633-2013 FORD EDGE LTD
1995 Chrysler Cirrus LX Chuck at8 63 & i i Itiac G6 BanchSTK# RF0671A 6BLAC
U Chuck at 86j3-471-7021, in 2003 Lincoln IS VS Sedan 2007 Po ntiac G6 Base 9761. STK# FO6A BLACK
531780. Well maintainedStock# Sebring. $5,000. 4dr. 3.90 3.9L V8 Sedan. $8,249. 4dr. 2.40 ARE YOU ONLINE? $29877. LEATHER, POWER
531780. Well maintained andstic DOHC 32V. 5-speed select ECOTEC 2.4L 14 MPI 4- ARE YO O E 29877. LOCAL TRADE. Alan Ja
ready for its next enthusiastic & ., i'^ shift. Automatic. Silver. Stock# speed. Automatic with over- INCREASE YOUR Ford Sebring. CALL
S-1ad. 8l P7577A. Call Cannon's Car drive. Green. Stock# P7780. EXPOSURE! JONATHAN 863-271-9590.
Schade. 800-639-5337. City 863-248-8665. Call Cannon's Car city 863-
Cal 248-8665. Add your internet address 7140 MISC.DOMESTIC
Sto your ad for a little extra! AUTOS ::I
2001 Mazda B3000 AC 1999 DODGE INTREPID
EXCAB 4 DR $2,500. 4 DR Sedan, 94,000 mI -
1995 Jeep Wrangler S SUV. Cash N Carry ONLY Green, Runs Good, $1,800 mr
$4,900. 2dr. 2.50 2.5L 14 or Layaway 2003 Mitsubishi Montero 2008 Dodge Durango Lim- 618-687-1807
MPI SOHC 8V Gasoline. White. J'sAuto Mart Sport. $6,999. Black. Auto- ited SUV. $15,997. Silver. 2012 Chrysler 200 Convert
Stock# B13044B. Call Can- 16580 Hwy 27 matic. Stock# 013437. 4x2, Stock# C5027A. Call Convertible. $17,500. White. 7290 VANS
on's Car City 863-248ake Wales FL 4-spd, 6-cyl 197 hp engine,, Sorensen & Schade. 800- Stock# -CC1596. 2DR. Call
8665. 863-676-5283 MPG: 17 City2l Highway. Call 639-5337. Sorensen & Schade. 800- 2010 Dodge Grand
Corona Auto Sales 863- 639-5337. Caravan Wheelchair Van
551-8041. with 10" lowered floor; wheel-
clhair ramp; wheelchair tie
downs. 813-569-729
2002 Buick Regal GS
1997 Mazda Miata Base Sedan.Black. $4,289. Stock# 2008 FORD .EDGE 2012 Ford F150 s/crew, 7333 MISC. BOATS
Convertible. $5,500. 2dr. B13134A. 4-Speed Automatic 2006 Mercury Grand Mar- STK #F101543A RED 4x4 xlt. One owner/non smok-
1.80 1.8L 14 SMPI DOHC. with Overdrive, GRAND SPORT, quis LS Sedan. $7,995. $14988. V-6, AUTO, A/C er. super clean, eco-boost, JON BOAT, 14ft. 6hp John-
Classic Red. Stock# and VALUE PLUS. Call Can- Green. Stock #C6076A. Call LOCAL TRADE. Alan Jay Ford 23600 miles. $31970.00. Call son w/galvanized trailer. 28#
S14049A. Call Cannon's Car non's Car City 863-248- Sorensen & Schade. 800- Sebring. CALL JONATHAN Gene Davis, Alan Jay Ford thurst trolling motor. Live well.
City 863-248-8665. 8665. 639-5337. 863-271-9590. Wauchula 863-773- 3992. $1200 Call 863-899-2648.

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