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p r rfrnt rf rfrfntnb rfntbfbfnttftffr fffbbbrfbbbbbffrbbtfbrfrt ttf rbtfffbbrfbbrffr 3099021 NEWS-SUN Highlands Countys Hometown Newspaper Since 192775 VOL. 95 NO. 123 www.newssun.comWednesday-Thursday, October 22-23, 2014Streaks strong at Heartland InvitationalA9 An Edition of the Sun Good Morning ToGreta McDonald Thanks for reading! SEBRING Warm with a stray shower possible High 85 Low 64 Details on B14Birth Announcements B12 ................... C1 Clubs .......................... B8 Dear Abby ....................... B7 Friends & Neighbors .. B10 Obituaries .................. A6 Lottery Numbers .......... A2 NASCAR.................... A12 Viewpoints ................... A5 HIGHLANDS HEALTH Anti-smoking groups hard Anti-smoking groups hard Anti-smoking groups hard at work in Highlands County at work in Highlands County at work in Highlands County B1 BY PHIL ATTINGER STAFF WRITER SEBRING Since Mercedes Blair died from being beaten and her mothers boyfriend has been charged with her murder, the girls paternal grandmother is asking people in Highlands County to take an active role against child abuse. It was preventable, said Carolina Tucciarone. When a child or grandchild tells you someone has hit (them), do not sit back and do nothing. But Tucciarone alleges thats what happened when she confronted the childs mother, 21-year-old Geisy Alvarez, with concerns based on bruises on Mercedes and the childs stories about being beaten by him with a belt. The mother was warned. She didnt take it seriously, BY PHIL ATTINGER STAFF WRITER SEBRING Now that Sebring police of cers have had a seminar on bicycle traf c laws, education efforts are moving toward educating cyclists on how to ride, and what side of the road to use. Bob Bennett, secretary of Highlands Pedalers bicycle club and member of Highlands Countys Community Traf c Safety Team, told the safety team this month that a leading cause of wrecks between cyclists and motorists comes from cyclists riding on the wrong side of the roadway. Capt. Jeff Bar eld of the Highlands County Sheriffs Of ce, and safety team chair, said hes seen cyclists riding on the wrong side of the road frequently on his way in to work. That and other mistakes made by cyclists has lead the Florida Department of Transportation to initiate a public-service advertising campaign titled Same Road, Same Rules, with the primary message that cyclists should ride on the same side of the road with motor vehicles heading their same diBY KIM LEATHERMAN NEWS-JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT SEBRING AgVenture, a three-day program that educates third grade students on the importance and impact of all aspects of agriculture on our community, will open Tuesday at the Highlands County Fairgrounds. The 15th annual event will run through Thursday, Oct. 30. Tuesday evening, Oct. 28 will feature the traditional family steak dinner and guided tours of the Ag-Venture learning stations. The dinner menu will consist of steak, baked potato, green beans, and corn on the cob, a yeast roll and dessert of homemade ice cream. This meal is $12 for adults, children 12 and under eat for $6. Diners will be entertained by The Charlie Creek Band. Dinners are available to dine in or take out. Tickets to the steak dinner are available at the door or in advance at Happiness Farms, 704 County Road 621 East in Lake Placid. Happiness Farms hours BY PHIL ATTINGER STAFF WRITER SEBRING Several farmers have gathered resources to have a Tampa attorney ready to le a discrimination lawsuit against the county the rst time any of them get cited with a complaint under a new law the county commission approved Tuesday. You are zeroing in on sheep, goats and pigs, said Rick Haberman, owner of ChinaDoll Farms in Avon Park, one of 167 small-time farmers who would be in violation under the BY PHIL ATTINGER STAFF WRITER LAKE PLACID A mother has been charged with cruelty toward her 4-year-old child after allegedly hitting her and then dragging her toward U.S. 27 with the intent of having her run over by traf c. Tamika Lashawn Legree, 39, of Lake Placid, has been charged with cruelty towards a child for committing an act that could HCSO: Mom planned to have 4-yearold run overSame Road, Same Rules: Safety education moving toward cyclistsSPD, Highlands Pedalers teaming up, planning classesSEE BIKE | A7 SEE MOM | A415th AgVenture opens Tuesday Gopher tortoise seminar set at ArchboldA2 Pig, sheep and goat limits set SEE AG | A4 SEE LIMITS | A4Broken in pieces FacebookA memorial service for Mercedes Blair is set for todat at Hill-Gustat Middle SchoolGrandmother: Death of 4-year-old Mercedes Blair was preventableSEE DEATH | A7 Memorial set today Grandparents of the little girl who died, allegedly at the hands of the mothers boyfriend, have arranged for a vigil on Wednesday to celebrate the childs life. Carolina Tucciarone, paternal grandmother of Mercedes Blair, 4, has worked with Mandy Elliott to arrange a celebration of life ceremony at 6 p.m. today in the bus loop of Hill-Gustat Middle School. There will be songs, prayers, a balloon release and lighting of candles, Elliott said. HR,leg oralv337


A2 | NEWSSS U nN | WW ednesday, October 22, 2014 SPECIAL TO THE NEWs S-SUn N VENUS Archbold Biological Station will welcome the public to a special pr esen tation about the natural history and behavior of gopher tortoises at 2 / p.m. S unday. Known by some simply as gophers, these long-lived reptiles ar e the only tor toise found in the east ern United States. Their deep burro ws provide homes for dozens of other species, also earning them the nickname landlor ds of the scrub. Dr. Betsie Rotherm el will answer common and not-so-common questions about the tor toises People may be surprised to lear n ho w complex the social life of a gopher tortoise can be, says Rothermel, and how many other scrub animals depend on tortoises and their burrows. Dr. Rothermel has been conducting re search on tortoises, frogs, and salamanders for the past 16 years. She is the Director of the Herpetology and Restoration Ecology Programs at Archbold Biological Station. Archbold research ers use a variety of techniques to study gopher tortoises including r adio-tracking and motion-sensor cameras that recor d tor toise activities and interactions at their burro ws Past re searchers began marking and following individual tortoises in 1967, making Archbold the site of the longest r unning tortoise population study in the southeastern United States. Rothermel and pr ogram interns still cross paths with previously marked tortoises that are now 40 to 50+ years old. This lecture is the sec ond of a series of special public events being held at Archbold. Beginning at 2 / p.m. in the Learning Center at Archbold Biological Station, Dr. Rothermel will give a 45-minute pr e sentation based on her fascinating resear ch. This event is geared toward anyone (ages 12 and up) with an interest in lear ning more about our native wildlife. The Archbold picnic area will be available beginning 11 / a.m. for those who wish to br ing lunch. Archbold Biological Station is open to the public, weekdays from 8 / a.m. to 5 / p.m. and is located about eight miles south of Lake Placid, 1.8 miles south of State Road 70 on Old State Road 8. rfntbrrfntbrfntbnnrb 3090205 Cell P hone R epair of Sebring IncC.P.R. Inc. Repair Specialistrf Find us on:Repair LCD's, Digitizers, Speakers, Mic, Housing, Water Damaged, Charging Problems :no su dniF rrfntbbfn 3094482 r fntr bff rfnrt brfrff r rrf FREE DELIVERY rfntbbb 3091710 3092782 LOTTERYLOTTOSaturday, Oct. 18 1-21-25-27-29-40 X-2 Next Jackpot: $38 millionPOWERBA llLL Saturday, Oct. 18 20-26-27-36-54 PB-19 X-2 Next Jackpot: $110 millionLUCKY MONEYFriday, Oct. 17 16-17-35-44 PB-15 Next Jackpot: $550,000MEGA MI llLL ION SFriday, Oct. 17 21-31-43-56-60 PB-12 X-4 Next Jackpot: $200 million CASH 3 Saturday, Oct. 18 Day: 9-1-1 Night: 9-4-7 Sunday, Oct. 19 Day: 9-1-2 Night: 7-4-8 Monday, Oct. 20 Day: 0-2-6 Night: 0-5-3 P lL AY 4Saturday, Oct. 18 Day: 1-7-3-1 Night: 0-0-3-9 Sunday, Oct. 19 Day: 3-2-3-9 Night: 6-9-1-1 Monday, Oct. 20 Day: 5-5-5-3 Night: 5-5-7-6FANTASY 5 Saturday, Oct. 18 8-16-17-21-30 Sunday, Oct. 19 5-16-23-35-36 Monday, Oct. 20 Life in the Slow Lane: Tortoise tales to be told Sunday at Archbold Biological Station Archbold Biological Station A gopher tortoise hatchling ventures out of its hole for an early exploration of its surroundings. Kevin MainAn adult gopher tortoise at Archbold Biological Station. Archbold Biological Station Betsie Rothermel recording the location of a tortoise burrow at Archbold Biological Station. Zvi F-14G O 0l OiMORE FEATURES, WITHOUT MORE FEES, THAT'SSENIOR CLASSIC CHECKINGPLUS ACCESS TO 1000+ P u b I i x ATMs FEE FREEJi-OAMOur Senior Classic Checking account has the conveniencesthat make banking easy for you. Plus all the features andbenefits that are most important to you!o Access r ._ w0 Earns Interest0 Free Checks0 50% Off Safe Box0 Free Online & Mobile Bankingto 1000+WHEREFee FreeYOU LIVE0 Free Mobile Deposit* 24/7 Local Customer Service800.706.9991 SeacoastSEACOASTNATIONAL.COM NATIONAL BANKConnect with us 91 m r'$0 Monthly Servce Fee when you: Have one direct deposit of $250 or more per month, OR Maintan a minimum daily balanceof $750, OR Maintain a monthly average balance of $1,500, OR Maintain a minimum daily combined balance of $5,000 in Savings,Money Market, CD or IRA, OR Maintain a consumer loan or line of credit. Otherwise a $7 monthly service fee will apply.r


www.newssun.comWednesday, October 22, 2014 | NE wW SSS U nN | A3 The Avon Park Veterans Engraved Brick Project Sponsors : The Avon Park Breakfast Rotary and The Main St Engraved Brick Form Donor Name (Print) : _____________________________________ Phone : ______________________________________________ Address: ______________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ Email Address : _________________________________________ Purchase a brick in memory of, or in honor of a loved one. Each brick may be inscribed with up to three (3) lines, & sixt een(16) characters, or spaces per line. Please print your order clearly in all capitals, as engraving corrections are an additional fee. All letters will be centered for you. Each brick is 4 x 8. Please complete lines 1 3Line 1 Line 2 Line 3 Mail the check and completed form to above address or deliver it to 22 E Main St ( The DaisyGirl Shop) Monument Mall Placement ____Under the Flag Pole ____Air Force pentagon section ____Army pentagon section ____Coast Guard pentagon section ____Marine pentagon section ____Navy pentagon section Price: Under the Flagpole: .......$55.00 Around Veterans Memorial ....$65.00 Please make cheks payable to: Avon Park Breakfast Rotary P.O. Box 7016 Avon Park 33826 For more information, please call:863.368.0286 3094202 rfntnrb rfnftb tr frrf f 50474991 PLUMBING CONTRACTORS192 E. Interlake Blvd. Lake Placid, FL 33682 LIC # CFC1425935 rrf fntbnrn(863) 465-2257 FAX 465-4640 rfntbrfn A Mural Book including all the murals of Lake Placid can be purchased at the merchants on this page indicated by: Cost of a Mural Book is $3.00 and it includes details about the artist, a story about each mural, the location and tips to nd hidden elements. CAUFFIELD & SONS, INC. rffrfnfrt OF LAKE PLACID 3091991 BY ROB BULLOCK NEWS-S SUn N CORRESPOn N DEn N T WAUCHULA It is not very often that a young farmer or rancher has the oppor tunity to sit down to dinner with their congressman. It is also not v er y often that you see a congressman in a pair of jeans and a shirt eating pulled pork at a picnic table in a barn. A small group of young farmers and ranchers from High lands, Charlotte, Hardee, and Lee counties had the opportunity and privilege last week to welcome Congressman Tom Rooney to F lor idas Heartland. Rooney was recently tapped a Friend of F ar m Bureau, an honor awarded through the Amer ican F arm Bureau Federation. I am pleased to rec ognize Congressman R ooney for his suppor t of Floridas farmers and ranchers. He has demonstr ated a commitment to federal policies that enhance our states economy, conserve our resourc es, and strengthen our r ur al communities. Florida Farm Bureau is proud to afrm Congressman Rooney as our fr iend in the 113th Congress, said John Hoblick, president of the Florida Farm Bureau Federation. The y oung far mers that gathered with the congr essman that evening are a part of the Florida Farm Bureau Young Farmer and R ancher program. The program allows the op portunity of leadership dev elopment, pr omotion of agriculture, awar eness to industr y issues and allows members to be involved in and aware of policies that may effect either their specic agr iculture eld or the industr y as a whole Many of the members present have already had the oppor tunity to meet the congressman or wor k with him on issues such as citrus greening. The Florida Farm B ur eau has programs such as Field to the Hill where members can travel to Capitol Hill and meet with their political leaders R ooney has been advocating on behalf of the F lor ida agricul ture industry for lower taxes citr us greening funding and reigning in regulatory overreach by the federal government. Another popular topic of the evening pertained to the pr oposed waters of the U.S. rule, which would allow the EPA and The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to expand its regulatory authority under the Clean W ater Act (CWA) giving those agencies the ability to regulate agriculture practices and land use, when in proximity of the newly classied land or water area. The waterways under the proposal could include ditches, isolated wetlands and ponds. Rooney shared with the group that every day he strives to preserve Florida agriculture in order that the next gener ation will inher it the same oppor tunities in the industry that todays farmers hav e .Congressman Rooney meets with area young farmers Courtesy photoCoongresman Tom rooney (center) met with several of the areas young farmers last week in Wauchula. The news is just a click away! NEWS-SUN Publix.WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURESW,pplD WA711fARtlN-IIIIIIR8h124H f4arU4soft-M1DRRODYC/ RIDIIIR'Room .ow


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OO BITUARIE sS ANAN D AA N NOUN cC EMEN T sS Email all obituaries and death notices to Email all other announcements to PP LA cC E A C LA ssSS IF IE dD AdAD From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. M-F 863-385-6155, ext. 505, 863314-9876 or 863-465-2522 RETAILRETAIL AdAD VERTI sS IN GMitch Collins, 863-386-5626 Vickie Watson, 863-386-5631 Terri Lee, 863-386-5628 Nix Wellons, 863-465-2522 Kim Browning, 863-385-6155 LL EGAL AdAD VERTI sS IN GJanet Emerson 385-6155, ext. 596 NN EW sS ROOM Call 385-6155 Scott Dressel, Sebring Editor, ext. 516 or scott.dressel@news Mat Delane y Lake Placid Editor, 465-2522 or mdelaney@lakeplaci Phil Attinger Staff Writer, ext. 541 or Dan Hoehne, Sports Editor, ext. 528 or daniel.hoehne@newssun. com Katara Simmons, Photographer, ext. 538 or katara.simmons@news GLEN NN ICKERSON President glen.nick 385-6155, ext. 536 RR OMON aA W aA SHIN gG TON Publisher and Executive Editor romona.w 385-6155, ext. 515 NEWS-SSUnN Highlands Countys Hometown Newspaper Since 1927 BY PHIL ATTINGER STAFF WRITER SEBRING Hannah Gotsch, 18-year-old Sebring High School senior, listed two very different disciplines on her student of the month application as favorite subject and fa vorite school activity: math and v olleyball. After she r eceived the award earlier this month at the monthly Greater Sebring Chamber of Commerce luncheon, she again gave two contr asting r easons for loving her spor t. I like being part of a team, (but) its fun to compete and have that drive, Gotsch said. Her diverse nature was one of the reasons she was chosen as the October Student of the Month, said Liz Barber, chamber CEO. Her parents, Lou is and Becky Gotsch, w er e glad to see a program that focused on char acter and leadership as w ell as academic achievement and spor ts/activities involvement. I think its a good program so seniors can be more tied to business, Louis Gotsch said. Their daughter externs does an external internship away fr om school at Christ Academy, which is their family-run preschool. She helps in the ofce, les, does the bulletin boards and works with the kids Becky Gotsch said. In addition to that, Hannah Gotsch serves as the volleyball team captain, is dual-en rolled at Sebring High and S outh F lorida State College, and is a member of both Mu Alpha Theta and Na tional Honor Society academic clubs S he hopes, when she attends college, to study for a degree in business administration, she said.SHS senior Hannah Gotsch awarded Sebring Chamber Student of Month Phil Attinger/News-SunHannah Gotsch (center) revels in being awarded October 2014 Student of the Month by the Greater Sebring Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 9. With her are Sebring Chamber Board Chair Jane Hancock (left) and Sebring Chamber CEO Liz Barber.result in physical or mental injury. Arrest reports said that the child was beside her when she announced her intention to put the child in the r oadway so she could be hit by a car because she did not want the child anymor e . Highlands County Sheriffs deputies got the call at 3 / p .m. Sunday from the Placid Ar ms A partments. According to arrest reports, she hit the child in the head multiple times which was witnessed by several family members. Legr ee was in the bathroom and the child walked in with something in her hand. Legree asked her to put it down and, according to reports, the child did not do it fast enough, so Legree hit her on the top of her head with an open hand. She then hit the child again because she did not drop the item when hit the rst time, reports said. Legree then took the girl into the liv ing room and hit her two mor e times har d enough to stun the girl, according to family witness accounts. After that, she grabbed the girl, stating she didnt want her and wanted to put her in the highway to be hit, reports said. Deputies found Legree and her daughter before they arrived at the highway Legr ee was screaming and yelling and would not calm down, reports said. Deputies checked the child for physi cal injuries, and found no sw elling, br uises or cuts. The mother was taken to jail and the child was left with her family members. MO mM F rR O mM pagePAGE A1 of operation are week days, 9 / a.m. to 4p.m. The free tours will leave the front gates at 5 and 6 / p.m. Tuesday as a preview to what youngsters will experience. E v ery third grade student in Highland County visits Ag-Venture, including homeschooled childr en. For more information, call Darlene Phy pers or Danielle Daum at 863-465-2313. AG F rR O mM pagePAGE A1 livestock ordinance Highlands County commissioners unanimously approved Tuesday. Its discriminatory. T o be fair he said, the law should include cows, which do more ecological damage than sheep or pigs, or horses, which he said do more damage than cows and sheep put to gether. A complaint on H abermans 10-acre farm prompted the review of the ordinance. H e had been r aising pot-bellied pigs on his farm for 12 years to sell as pets before receiv ing a cease and desist or der this y ear. Linda Conrad, zon ing supervisor, told commissioners T uesday that the new r ule will allo w a total of nine pigs/hogs, sheep and goats, of which no more than three may be hogs, or 100 poultry. Those who want to hav e mor e could apply free for a special exception and pay only to adv er tise the hear ings to their neighbors. That differ ed fr om the $975 application fee that was in place in September. Bill Youngman of Sebring agreed with Haberman, especial ly in regard to the discriminatory nature of the law that doesn t deal with other livestock like camels or alpacas. I n r egard to lawsuits, he told county commissioners, Youll use my (tax) money to pay it off. Albert Ewing of Venus was one of the residents affected by a far m with 50 or mor e hogs that moved in nearby, especially because that area has a lot of w etlands Before you put in a concentrated feeding operation, you have to assess the land and see if it can sustain it, Ew ing said. C ommissioner J ack Richie agreed that the county needs some regulation to protect the local water supply. Rob Bullock of Bull ock Farms warned commissioners to be car eful what restrictions they put on local smaller -scale agr iculture, which also pays pr oper ty taxes. Commissioners Jim Brooks and Ron Hand ley wanted to see if the county could set an acr eage that would be big enough not to restrict the number of animals on site I think this makes us look silly, said Handley, who was hesitant to give vote to approve the ordinance. C ounty A ttorney Ross Macbeth, howev er, said commissioners must consider that they hav e people living in agr icultural ar eas and hog operations might be on near the edge of the pr operty. Youngman said people move into agricultural areas to get lo w er property taxes, then want to complain about the nearby farmers. I f you dont want to live next to a farm, live in a subdivision, Youngman said. 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www.newssun.comWednesday, October 22, 2014 | NE wW SSS U nN | A5 VIEWPOINTS OUR VIEW YOUR VIEWSWeve known Highlands County has its share of child abuse, but the past week has been staggering. In unrelated cases, two men were char ged with killing four -year-olds in their care. And a mother was recently charged with starving her nine-dayold son, who died early last June. An other mother was stopped as she re portedly carried her child toward U.S. 27, claiming she was going to leav e the child to be run over. Over the past few days, several cases of suspected child abuse have come to the forefront in Highlands County. Among the multitude of car ing people in Highlands County, how could this happen r ight in fr ont of our eyes? Nell Hays, public information ofcer for the Sheriffs Ofce, wrote in a passionate press release asking for the publics help. It will take the community working together to make a difference. Mis treatment of children occurs across economic lev els cultural back grounds, race, religion and education. F or example a Highlands County law enforcement ofcer is serving time in prison for shaking an infant to death while he was babysitting the child. According to, the number of maltreated children in the state overall has remained fairly con sistent or slowly grown larger between 2009 and 2012 (the most r ecent sta tistics). F or example, in 2009 slightly mor e than 45,800 childr en were de termined to have been maltreated. In 2012 that number r ose to mor e than 53,000. While painful to think about, we need to do more than wring our hands. Hays points out legislation signed by Gov. Rick Scott that requires anyone who suspects child abuse or neglect to report it to the Florida Abuse Ho tline. This doesn t mean we have to be our brothers keeper, but we must watch for danger signs. Dont look away when a child has injuries, burns or bruises that are not the result of nor mal playing around, especially if injuries keep appearing over time. F or those childr en you know better, from a relative to a neighbor, pay at tention to changes of behavior. Have they become aggressiv e, depressed, withdrawn or anxious? Have they re verted to sucking their thumb, wetting the bed or being afraid of the dar k? Another signal is a drop in school grades, as abused children have trou ble focusing. R oughly a thir d of abused children are 2 years old or younger; roughly 40 percent are between the ages of 3-8; and some 30 percent between the ages of 9-17. The most dangerous time in a childs life is its rst 12 months when there is a better than 13 percent chance of be ing abused or neglected. Be the kind of person who stands up and makes a difference. Call 1-800-96ABUSE, 1-800-962-2873. NEWS-SSUnN Glen Nickerson President Romona Washington Publisher NEWS-JOURnNAL Scott Dressel News-Sun Editor Mat Delaney News-Journal Editormedlaney@lakeplacidjournal.netDont ignore child abuseMore than pleasing touristsIs the Florida Water and Land Legacy Amendment a matter of conser vation ver sus farms and farmers? This is Amendment O ne on the November ballot. The amendment sets aside a por tion of the document stamp tax, already being collected, for conservation. I n her letter of O ct. 7, Jeanne Parzygnat seems to think that conservation is strangling family far ms as w ell as our food supply. Farmland is being lost, but mostly to development. During the 25 y ears betw een 1982 and 2007, 23 million acres of agricultural land in the United States were lost to development. Thats about the size of the state of Indiana. Moreover, the most fer tile land is being lost at a higher r ate We learn this from the website of the American Farmland Trust, and they are rely ing on gures from the N ational R esources In ventory conducted by the USDA. D ur ing the same time period, Florida lost almost 13 percent of its agr icultur al land to development. Only six states lost mor e far mland by percentage. F lor ida is losing about 175 acres of farmland a day to development, as the American Farmland Trust puts it. In contrast, Georgia is only losing about 50 acres a day while T exas is losing 360 acres a day. Jeanne Parzygnat says that Florida isnt just for tourists. I was born in Florida and I can assure her that protecting Flor idas natural bounty and natur al her itage is about far more than pleasing tourists.DALE LL GILLISSebring WW hat you should kn ow about Amendment 1What is the greatest challenge to getting 60 per cent of v oters to vote yes on Amendment 1? It may not be opposition to clean water, mor e jobs preserving our ecologically fragile land or protecting wildlife. The fact that more than 900,000 v oters petitioned to get Amend ment 1 on the ballot suggests that F lor idians want our environment protected. The real challenge may be how the ballots are formatted. Many v oters may not notice that you have to turn the ballot over to vote on Amendment 1. Will election ofcials remind voters? A second challenge is that a few voters may believe that Amend ment 1 is a new tax. It is not. I t is simply a r equirement that 33 per cent of the money raised thr ough existing ex cise taxes on real estate documentary stamps be used to pr otect envir onmentally sensitive areas. I f that sounds a lot like a program started by for mer Governor Martinez and continued b y for mer G overnor Bush, you ar e corr ect. So what is going on here? Why do we need Amendment 1? The answer is that during recent lean years, politicians began robbing tr ust funds to pr otect their own special inter est. State conservation spending fell to z er o in 2009-10, only $15 million in 2010-12 and back to z er o in 2011-12. It became clear to groups like the A udubon S ociety and those who could see the link betw een our economy and the environment that an amendment was needed. N o w it is up to you. Even if you cant vote for any candidate on the ballot, go to the polls to cast a vote giving the next generations an op portunity to see the beauty ar ound us today .JAMES UPCH uU RCHSebringVoter II D?There is nothing in the U.S. Constitution that tells us, we the people, the legal requirements for voting in this country? When I rst v oted as a young man, you had to be 18, a citizen of this country and not a convicted felon. The convicted felon issue has and is being discussed in v arious states so I will say no more about that. The issue with me is the requirement that we produce a photo ID at the election table. I have always had to show some sort of photo ID every time I have voted and I have lived in seven states. Now suddenly it is un constitutional to show an ID in W isconsin, but it is constitutional in Texas, so says the S upr eme Court of the United States. Most peo ple arguing the point of photo IDs being discriminatory against blacks H ispanics and other minorities are Democrat-sponsored groups. When at least 99.9999 percent of people 18 or over have a drivers license with a picture on it ... what is the pr oblem in showing the license, just like you have to to a law enforcement ofcer? What these mentioned groups want is to incr ease the siz e of the Democratic voters with absolutely no reason to prove Im 18, I am a citi zen and I am who I say I am. P olitical analyst D ick Morris says in his book Power Grab that Obama wants to make this a one party nation, Democratic. This is a start. HH AL GRAVESSebringAir strikesThere are two kinds of air strikes. Strategic strikes against command and control centers, supply sources and concentr ation tar gets which go to the essential structure of an enemy. This is the kind of strikes now being performed by U.S. and allied forces. Tactical strikes are di rected against forces in the eld; tanks concentr ations of troops, artillery position and similar tar gets Currently in use; car rier based F-18 and other multi-use ghter bombers, not the ideal choice for tactical str ikes The A-10 Warthog and Apache helicopter, specically designed for tactical attack a better choice The A-10, the perfect choice is on the block, the Air Force planning to retire the entire eet and to tr ansfer its funding to excessively costly F-35 program, an aircraft designed for the next war Close air support, a tactic developed by Navy and Marine Air, rened in Korea and Vietnam is needed now. This inv olv es close cooper ation between ground units and the air cr aft, with ground controllers designating targets and ev aluating effectiv eness... A-10 s could be quickly mobiliz ed and deployed to Iraq would put a dent in the mobility of ISIS, depr iving it armor, artillery, interdicting its roads and supply columns putting re on its for ces in the eld. I f the bean counters in the Pentagon would stay out of tactical decisions the air strike campaign might be further along. RR AN dD Y LudLUD AC ERLake Placid II ts serfdom ... al l over againDuring the Middle Ages land belonged to nobles and knights. The serfs the poor class would till the land and assist the noble in protecting the realm, in exchange for a lease on the land. B ut the land was never, in property, the serfs. Today, thanks to liberalisms language manipulation, such as euphemisms, the word ser f has now very conveniently been altered to property tax. Either way, the land does not belong to the citizen or family, but to the state Don t pay the tax, and your home is taken away from under you. Taxes do have to be paid I believe we all agree on that. But the Word of God says that land belongs not to the State but to the families of the Earth. Secondly, the con cept of property tax gets its inspir ation fr om Karl Marxs Communist Manifesto: Destroy private property, and you destr o y the family. Destroy the family, and y ou establish the state as sovereign lord of the universe. Property tax is a rape on the familys God-given right to property; not to mention that pr oper ty tax b y its very nature r obs us of our r est, since the thought of not being able to pay the tax is a constant emotional load on anyones shoulders. 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He was a mem ber and Deacon at First Baptist Church of A von Park. Forrest loved to He is survived by his daughters, Alice Rose Johnson Hodge of Avon Park and Phyllis Faye Johnson Scaggs of Se bring; three grandchil dren and two greatgrandchildren. Richard was preceded in death by his parents, Guy William and Rosetta wife, Velora Wicker John son; second wife, Mar garet Lanier Johnson; sister Evelyn Johnson Nobles; brothers, Willard Johnson, Frank John son, and Chester John son; and grandson, Floyd Gene Hodge Jr V isitation will be held from 2-4 / p.m. Sunday Oct. 26, 2014 at Stephenson-Nelson Funeral Home in A von Park. A fu neral service will be held at 1 1 / a.m. Monday Oct. 27, 2014 at First Baptist Church in Avon Park with Internment will take place at Bougainvillea Ceme tery in Avon Park. Arrangements entrusted to: Stephenson-Nel son Funeral Home, 111 E. 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Florida Statute 316.003 classies a bicy cle as a v ehicle and the rider as a driv er. The Florida Bicy cle Association states that this means a r ider must obey all v ehicle trafc laws and the ones assigned specically to bicycles. F or example all cy clists are prohibited fr om w earing a headset, headphones, a listening device or any thing else that would distr act the r ider or drown out the sounds of approaching trafc. Plus, by law, any rider under age 16 must w ear a helmet. S ebring Police Chief Tom Dettman said the training sessions for ofcers were very thought provoking and prompted a myr iad of comments on the issue ( They had) questions I would not have anticipated, he said. S ince his department formed a partnership with Highlands Pedalers to educate the public on the matter he and Bennett hope to have education sessions for the general public in the police depart ment brieng room enough space for 1520 people once all winter r esidents have arrived. They may have more than one session, as much as it takes, Ben nett said, to get the wor d out. This is important because we keep hear ing the same thing: I didn t know that, Dettman said. Those sessions have not yet been scheduled, according to police department staff. D ur ing its Oct. 8 meeting, the trafc safety team reviewed a tally of 46 crashes involving motor vehicles and bicycles since M ar ch 2010. Out of those, 15 involved a cyclist or motorist younger than 20 years old, 10 with a rider or motorist older than 70. The youngest cy clist listed was 5 and the oldest was 89. The youngest driver was 19 and the oldest was 81. The tally had 22 wrecks attributed to something a cyclist did wrong, 14 to what a motorist had done and 10 with both at fault. In cases of both being at fault, only one in stance had both the motor ist and cy clist get a ticket. Dettman and Bennett differed over that detail on O ct. 8. B ennett said that if a motorist is at fault, and ther e ar e witnesses, there should be a citation to educate the public D ettman said its always ofcers dis cretion at an accident scene to deter mine who is at fault and if a citation is warranted. Bennett wondered if there is a consistent ratio of bicycle-involved wr ecks with citations to those without. Dettman said that wouldnt be easy to nd, since citations ar e issued based on human behavior, which includes that of the ofcer BIKE FROM PAGE A A 1Tucciarone said. Ivan James Sand ers, 28, of 3533 County Road 17 S. in Sebring was char ged with mur der after the child died at 3:40 / p .m. Friday at All Childrens Hospital in St. Petersburg. Sanders told investigators that the child fell off the steps outside their home on Oct. 14 while he w ent inside to get her a glass of water. When he found her unr esponsiv e, he took her upstairs to give her a bath and try to revive her. When that didn t work, he took her to Highlands Regional Medical Centers emer gency room, arrest reports said. The girl was then air lifted to All Childrens H ospital. Doctors told us they had to remove the right side of her brain because it was swollen and har d as a br ick, Tucciarone said. She was blinded, deaf in one ear and had suffer ed two heart attacks. She looked like shed been beaten (like) a human punching bag. The child also had a burn wound on her right hand. Sanders told deputies that she suf fered the burn three weeks pr ior when he was boiling water on the stove to wash dishes. She tried to get a cup fr om the cabinet and knocked the pan of hot water on her hand. Tucciarone said she was suspicious of that because the girl was lefthanded and had been trained not to go into the kitchen when adults are cooking. Alvarez told deputies she had found the burn suspicious be cause she had never seen S anders boil water to wash dishes. Alvarez told deputies she and her daughter had moved in with S anders two w eeks before the child was hospitalized. On Oct. 14, she had left for wor k at 9:15 / a.m. S anders called an hour later to report Mercedes had tripped on a chair and struck her head on the oor. Alvarez texted back at 11:12 / a.m. and asked how everything was go ing, and Sanders sent a photogr aph of scr atches on the girls stomach, saying she d scratched herself. At 12:45 / a.m., he told Alvarez that Mercedes had passed out and she needed to come to the hospital. Arrest reports said the child had a high-force impact to her head and bruising from blunt-force trauma all over her body. Sanders was arrested Friday on an outstand ing warrant for burglary and cr iminal mischief as well as possession of marijuana, possession of drug equipment and resisting arrest without violence. Child abuse and murder charges were added Friday. He has no bond. Tucciarone alleges she confronted Alvarez on Sept. 17 about Sanders hurting Mercedes, but they got in a text-mes sage argument. S he told us if we werent with her, we would not be in (Mer cedes) life. She cut us off completely , Tuc ciarone said. They only met S anders once when dropping off the child with her mom. Alv ar ez told deputies she had known him for six months before Mercedes death, but T ucciar one said, based on her conversations with Mercedes, it was barely mor e than two months. She also alleges that Alvarezs family never got to meet him. I ts so hard. We have a Halloween costume and no child to put in it. She was looking forward to Santa Claus coming (this year), Tucciarone said. I have remind ers all over this house of her Tucciarone said shes had the hardest time breaking the news to Mercedes 4-year-old cousin, who asked, Why couldnt the doc tors x her, Nana? H ow do you explain that to a 4-year-old? Tucciarone asked. 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Austin, who also serves as the Urban Horticulture Faculty member at the High lands County Extension Ser vice ofce, attributed the decline to the fact that the sale was held earlier this y ear and ran against another event Boktoberfest at Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Wales. We think a lot of the serious plant peo ple may have gone up ther e , Austin said. Plus, a lot of our winter residents have not yet arrived. There usually are a lot more of those folks here in November, which is when we have held the plant sale in the past. Nevertheless, dozens of customers showed up early this past Sat urday morning as the M aster G ardeners worked to empty the auditor ium of their stock. We sold about half of what we had, Austin said. Now we want to sell what we have left. And, promised Austin, there will be quite a bit to choose from. He in dicated that there was still an equal amount of or namentals and vegetables, with selections including tr ees bushes large plants, starter plants and even dish gar dens The prices will be right as well. We ended up Saturday offering a buyone get one special, he said. Were going to start out with that on Friday. The doors will open Friday morning at 8 / a.m. with the sale run ning until 2 / p.m. or until the tables are empty. All the money gener ated fr om the sale go to the M aster G ardeners Scholarship Program. We give out $1,000 scholarships to students pursuing a degree in agr icultur e. We were able to give out ve last year, he said. Call the Ag-Center at 863-4026540 for more information.Master Gardeners plan plant blowout sale FridayWrong date given for concertAVON PARK Violinist Jaime Jorge will present a concert at the Avon P ar k Holiness Camp Tabernacle, 1001 W. Lake Isis Rd., on Friday, Oct. 31 at 7 / p .m. An incorrect date was provided to the News-Sun in a previ ous press release.LPPD plans womens self defense classesLAKE PLACID The Lake Placid Police Department is again hosting Womens Basic Self-Defense classes. This class is designed to teach women some very basic ways and ideas to defend themselves. Participants are asked to come pre pared to get involved in some light physical activities The class is one night only, unless participants want to attend more. The rst class is set for Nov. 13 from 5:307:30 / p .m. at the Lake Placid Town Hall on the circle. The sec ond date will be Nov. 19 at the Holiday Inn Express behind Raceway gas station. To sign up, please contact the police department. Please sign up pr ior to the scheduled class There is no cost for the class ho wever, donations are accepted. The donations go to war ds purchasing items for LPPD ofcers that the normal oper ating budget does not include. The donation fund has pur chased on-body ofcer cameras, body ar mor and many other items. Contact Chief James Fansler at 863-699-3757 or lakeplacidchief@gmail. com.Donate coats for kidsLAKE PLACID Cooler weather is eventually coming. Weather is reportedly going to be colder than last year and possibly longer With that in mind, the Lake Placid Police Department is asking you to clean out y our closets and donate gently used coats hats and mittens The items will be delivered to known families in need and/or local schools The LPPD is seeking out partners throughout the county to collect coats and deliver them to the appr opr iate locations.Window decorating contest under waySEBRING All downtown merchants are encouraged to decorate their storefront windows for the O ct. 30 Throwback Thursday event when a secret judge will go around and choose The Best Decorated Window or Storefront. There will also be a Peoples Choice award given. Participating mer chants must register and be open during the event to be eligible.Email secretary downtownsebring@ cheerleaders selling poinsettiasSEBRING The Sebring High School cheerleaders are selling the beautiful winter rose poinsettias. Each P oinsettia has two 18-inch plants in a 6-inch pot for only $10. Orders will be taken until Thursday Oct. 30, and the plants will be delivered on Dec. 3. See any Sebring High School cheerlead er or contact Carolyn Shoemaker at the high school, 863-471-5500, or Wendy McSheffrey at 863-381-8770.Retired Educators will meet Oct. 23LAKE PLACID The Highlands County Retired Educators and Support Personnel Association will meet Thursday. The meeting will be hosted by Souther n Lifestyle Assisted Living Facility in Lake Placid and will begin at 11 / a.m. G uest speaker for the meeting will be Bobbie Clar k fr om Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center. Lunch will be provided. All retired educators and support personnel ar e invited to attend.C ontact B etty H urlbut at 863-465-5722.Womens Club plans Dessert Card PartySEBRING The October Womens Club Dessert Card Party will be held at 11:30 / a.m. to 3 / p .m. Thursday at the Womens Club on Lakeview Drive. Participants bring their own lunch with beverages and des serts provided as part of the $3 admission. All types of car d and board games may be played, with the winner at each table receiving a monetary pr iz e. The gener al public, men and women, ar e encour aged to join the fun. C all B etty Wickensimer at 863-385-7268 or Wanda Khouri at 863-385-6888.PLHOA plans Pajama DriveLAKE PLACID The Placid Lakes Homeowners Association will have its annual Pajama Drive for the children of Lake Placid. M embers ar e collecting PJs tting children fr om newbor n to 11 years old. PJs can be dropped off at the Placid Lakes Town Hall, 2010 Placid Lakes Blvd., from 10 / a.m. to 1 / p .m. Monday-Friday. The PJs will be given to Manna Ministries to distribute to the children. All pajamas must be collected by Dec. 12. If you cant get out to purchase PJs members will also ac cept monetary donations. Monies collected will then be used to pur chase the pajamas Call Bonnie Bailey at 863-465-4888. SNAPs S HOTs S LOCA lL NEWS rLE(A)a 'AM1 Ft.VI{In:\ALUMNI;ASSOCIATION ---,r


www.newssun.comWednesday, October 22, 2014 | NE wW SSS U nN | A9 SPORTsS BY VICTORIA SAWICKI NEWS-S SUn N CORRESPOn N DEn N T LAKE PLACID Sebring takes on their last r egular scheduled meet. The Heartland Invitational this y ear consisted of A von Park, Bishop Verot, Okeechobee, Hardee and Lake Plaid. The Streaks took home third place for the girls with 285 points and the boys took fourth with 305 points. In the boys 200yard medley relay Lu kas High, Grifn Chynoweth, Siddharth Ananthan and T evin Bullard placed second. Rachel Todd place 11th in the girls 200yard freestyle. In the girls 200-yard individual medley, Clara Simpson placed fth and Chynoweth placed third for the boys. Bullard came close to a three-way tie for the boys 50-yard freestyle but he ended up plac ing third with a time of 24.17. The S tr eaks picked up a win in the 1-meter dive competition, with Byron Cobb totaling 360.10 points to come away victorious, while on the girls side, Kat Noonan placed fth. For the girls 100yard buttery Adrienne Silva placed sixth and Ananthan placed sixth as well for the boys.Swimming Streaks strong at Heartland Victoria Sawicki/News-SunMatt Sutermeister gets a big breath of air as he works his way through a freestyle heat Saturday at the Heartland swim meet.SEE STR EE AKS | A16 BY DAN HOEHNE NEWS-S SUn N S SPORTS E EDITOR SEBRING The topseed Lady Blue Streaks took care of business Monday night, topping Hardee in the opening round of the District 11-5A tournament. In so doing, they have reached the ti tle game and secured a spot in the Class 5A state play offs. Though it didnt come quite so easy against a feisty Wildcat squad that started the opening set by scoring the rst three points. We hadnt touched a volleyball since the Lake Placid game last week, head coach Ve nessa Sinness said. W e werent serve receiving well at all, (setter) K ylie B owers wasnt connecting with our hitters. It was just a lot of little things. Not the least of which was Hardee just refusing to go away. Sebring got back into it on a Bowers ace, a Cadie OHern block and Hannah Gotsch kill, but the Wildcats retook the lead at 10-8. A ve-point run fol lowed, with two Cay lin Webb kills and one fr om M aci Harris, to surge ahead 13-10. But Hardee evened things up again at 16-16, and even after another Streak r un, with two H annah Kaszubowski kills, the Cat crept back and closed to within 22-21. But the Lady Streaks pulled it together, get ting a Webb kill and H arr is ace to close out the opener with a 2521 win. (Hardee) is getting a lot better and have had some big wins this year, but we seem to be their kryptonite, Sinness said. And once we got out of our funk and sped it up to our usual pace, we had them. That became bla tantly evident in the second set, wher e S ebring just ran away with it. After the Lady W ildcats got the opening scor e Kiersten McSheffery took the serve and helped the S tr eaks on a three-point run. This would be the Lady Streaks secure playoff spot Dan Hoehne/News-SunLady Streak Hannah Gotsch connects with one of her team-high 11 kills in Mondays three-set sweep of Hardee.SEE VB | A16 BY JAMES TA YY L OR NEWS-S SUn N CORRESPOn N DEn N T AVON PARK The Highlands Eagles sent two teams into the rst round of the playoffs and both won to advance to the second r ound to be held in Lake Wales this Satur day, Oct. 25. The Eagle ag team won in a thr iller against the Avon Park Red Devils in the rst game of the rst round held at the Red Devil home eld, Memorial Stadium. The Eagles also won the last game of the day when the game was called in the third quarter with the Eagles winning 28-6. The Eagles ag team found themselves be hind three minutes into the game when A von Parks Demetrius Casimir broke a 55yar d r un down the left sideline to put the Red Devils in the lead 6-0. The Highlands Eagles responded in kind on their next possession when George B ur ns tied the game at 6-6 with a 55-yard run down the left side. Both Casimir and Burns scored in the second quarter as they went into the half tied at 13. Casimir struck rst scoring on a 30-yard run to the right side to give the Red Devils in the lead 13-6. Again, Burns near ly copied Casimir as he scored to the r ight on a 29 yard run to tie the game at the intermission. When the Eagles and R ed Devils played in the regular season, the Eagles won the game 21-18, the difference being that the Eagles converted their three extra points and the Red Devils did not. Extra points would be the difference again, after Avon Park failed to convert on their rst Highlands Eagles soar into the second roundFlag and Senior teams advance in state playos James Taylor/News-SunHighlands Eagles Latiny Turner (18) blocks Avon Parks Demetrius Casimir (15) to open a hole for Terrell Turner for a large gain. The Eagles beat Avon Park 27-26 to advance to the second round of the playos against the Frostproof Bulldogs.SEE FB | A13 BY BRIAN HURLE YY NEWS-JOURn N AL C CORRESPOn N DEn N T LAKE PLACID Norman Lee of Lake Placid Marine was attending the International Convention of S por tshing Trades show, the largest of its kind, in Orlando last July when he engaged in a casual conversation about what charities, organizations or causes might be supported. I t was mentioned that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month an annual campaign to increase awareness of the dis ease. That s when Lee decided to conduct a dr awing in Lake P lacid to support that cause B reast Cancer Awareness is close to Lee. His daughter, Leah Gifford, is a breast cancer survivor. Lee was able to gather the enthusi astic support of 27 of the biggest names in spor tshing to autograph two ball caps. B oth caps hav e all 27 names on them. They are on display at Lake Placid Marine, along with two photo collages of the 27 pros signing the hats. Tickets are $1 each. The lucky winner will receive both hats and the two collages. The drawing will be held Saturday and winner will not have to be present to win. All money raised Pro fishermen join breast cancer battle Brian Hurley/News-Journal /Norman Lee is spearheading an effort to raise money for breast cancer awareness. A $1 ticket could bring two caps autographed by 27 professional sherman and two photo collages.SEE CAPS | A16 ,allow,-.-..Uwecam-AM{ yri .1 r.lry1... ........................................................


p A10 | NEWS-SUN | Wednesday, October 22, 2014 3099439 3099439 3099439 3099439 3099439 TODAYMLB WORLD SERIESNBA PRESEASON THURSDAYCOLLEGE FOOTBALL GOLF HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALLNFL SPORTS ON TV COMING UPHigh School Football Friday Sebring at Lely, 7 p.m.; Lake Placid vs. Bishop Verot, 7 p.m. High School Volleyball Thursday Sebring vs. Lemon Bay, 7 p.m.; Lake Placid vs. Avon Park at Frostproof, 7 p.m. College Volleyball Thursday SFSC at Pasco Hernando, 7 p.m. Friday SFSC at Indian River TriMatch; vs. Indian River, 1 p.m., vs. Daytona State, 3 p.m. High School Swim Monday Sebring, Avon Park at District 9-2A Diving, at Avon Park, Noon. Tuesday Sebring, Avon Park at District 9-2A Swim, Noon; Lake Placid at District 6-1A Diving, Winter Haven, 3 p.m. This Date In BaseballOct. 221910 After three straight defeats and trailing Philadelphia 3-2 in the ninth, the Chicago Cubs tied the score and then won 4-3 in 10 innings for their only victory as the As won the World Series in ve games. 1972 The Oakland As won their rst World Series with a 3-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds in Game 7. It was the rst championship since 1930 for the franchise, then located in Philadelphia. 1975 A ninth-inning RBI single by Joe Morgan gave the Cincinnati Reds a 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox and the World Series title in seven games. It was the rst title for the Reds in 35 years. 1986 Gary Carters two home runs at Fenway Park gave New York a 6-2 victory and pulled the Mets even with Boston Red Sox in the World Series after four games. 1987 The St. Louis Cardinals won their third straight home game to take a 3-2 lead in the World Series with a 4-2 victory against the Minnesota Twins. 2000 In their rst matchup since Roger Clemens beaned Mike Piazza in July, Clemens came close to hitting Piazza again this time with the jagged barrel of a broken bat. Piazza fouled a grounder off a letter-high inside pitch and his bat shattered, with the largest chunk the barrel head going back to the mound. Clemens picked up the splintered wood and threw it angrily in front of Piazza as he ran toward rst, missing the Mets star by about 2 feet. Clemens then pitched the best World Series game of his career with a two-hit, nine-strikeout shutout before leaving after eight innings in the Yankees nervous 6-5 victory. 2003 Alex Gonzalez led off the bottom of the 12th with a solo homer, lifting Florida to a 4-3 victory over the New York Yankees in Game 5 of the World Series. The loss to Florida snapped the Yankees winning streak in extra-inning World Series games at seven. Only one World Series game has ever gone longer, Bostons 14-inning win over Brooklyn in 1916. 2009 The Los Angeles Angels responded to the Yankees six-run comeback with a three-run rally of their own in the seventh inning for a 7-6 victory. The inning a jawdropping, 45-minute, 63-pitch frame trimmed the New Yorks ALCS lead to 3-2. 2010 Texas clinched its rst pennant with a 6-1 victory over the defending World Series champion New York Yankees in Game 6 of the AL championship series. Colby Lewis dominated over eight innings for his second win of the series and Josh Hamilton earned the ALCS MVP award. 2011 Albert Pujols hit three impressive home runs to tie the World Series record, amassing ve hits and six RBIs as the St. Louis Cardinals romped past the Texas Rangers 16-7 for a 2-1 edge. Pujols, who was 0 for 6 in the rst two games, became the third player to hit three homers in a Series game. He joined Babe Ruth, who did it in 1926 and again in 1928, and Reggie Jacksons performance in 1977. His six RBIs tied the record in a game, matching Bobby Richardson in 1960 and Hideki Matsui in 2009. Pujols also matched the Series mark for hits in a game set by Paul Molitor in 1982. 2012 Hunter Pence hit a bizarre, two-run double, Matt Cain pitched his second clincher of October and the San Francisco Giants beat the defending World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals 9-0 in Game 7 of the NL championship series. Series MVP Marco Scutaro produced his sixth multihit game of the series and matched an LCS record with 14 hits. The Giants won its record-tying sixth elimination game of the postseason, completing a lopsided rally from a 3-1 de cit. On Pences double that highlighted a ve-run third, his bat broke at the label on impact, then the broken barrel hit the ball twice more. Todays birthdays: Darren ODay 32; Robinson Cano 32; Carlos Torres 32; Ichiro Suzuki 41. 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Anyone is invited and encouraged to at tend. Election of ofcers will be done at this meeting.Haunted Halloween 5K/10K set AVON PARK Ridge Area Arcs Sixth Annual Halloween 5K/10K R ace will hav e a haunted twist this year on S atur day, Oct. 25, at 8:30 / a.m. in H ighlands Hammock State Park. The race, coordinated by Chet Brojek, will benet Ridge Ar ea Ar c, providing opportunities for individuals with intellectual and dev elopmental disabilities. Ther e will also be a One Mile Fun Run for kids under 10. Awards will be given to the 5K and 10K over all male and female winners; rst, second and thir d place nishers in each age category; participant with the most money r aised for the Arc; and the best Halloween Costume. Early entry fee is $20, which includes a DriFit shirt through Oct. 21, when the fee goes up to $25. Shirts are guaranteed for early registrations only. Children 10 and un der may participate for $10, but a shir t is not included at this rate. The registration fee also includes admission to the park. M ake checks pay able and mail to Ridge Ar ea Ar c, 120 W. Col lege Drive, Avon Park, FL 33825. Donations r aised may be turned in the day of the race. Entry forms and pledge sheets are avail able at the Arc, on F acebook at Ridge Area Arc, at www. or by e-mail at rbeckman@ For questions, call Rhonda Beckman at 863-452-1295, ext. 112.Miracle League 5/10K coming up LAKE PLACID The 7th Annual Lake Placid Miracle League 5/10K Run Walk Team Challenge will takes off on S atur day, Nov. 1, at 7:30 / a.m. at LP D eVane Circle Park. Presented by the Greater Lake Placid Chamber of Commerce, the event directly benets the M ir acle League of Highlands County, with $200, plus $3 of each paid entry will be donated to the organization. All donations ar e welcome and a variety of sponsorship levels are available. Sponsors will be recognized before and after the event. F or mor e information, contact Niki G r egor at 863-3861300.SFSC to host Baseball Showcase AVON PARK The South Florida State College Baseball Showcase will take place S unday Nov. 2, from 8:30 / a.m.-N oon at the Panther Field. All players who are graduates from 201517 are eligible, with the showcase limited to the rst 30 players. Cost is $60 and in cludes a full pro-style sho w case, 60-yard dash, throwing by position, batting practice and a liv e game Registration and check in begin at 8:30 / a.m. and a coaches players and parents Q and A will take place at 9 / a.m. R egister on the SFSC website, or by contacting coach Rick Hitt at 863-784-7036, or coach Andy P olk at 863-784-7435, .Chamber Glow Golf on tap SEBRING The Greater Sebring Chamber of Commerce will hold its inaugur al S hot in the Dark Glow Golf Tournament, presented by Positive Medical T r ansport, on Friday, Nov. 7, at Sun N Lake Golf Club. Golfers are challenged by nine holes in the dar k of night, guided b y glow sticks and a glo w-in-the-dar k golf ball. The tournament begins in the early evening with nine holes of tr aditional golf, a br eak for dinner and cocktails, then golfers head back out for the back nine glow style. The event is a fourperson scramble with handicapped ights. There will be cash prizes: $2,000 for holein-one, $250 for lon gest drive and $250 for closest to the pin. E ntr y fee is $70 per player, or $250 for a team, and includes greens fee, cart, drinks on the course, dinner and snacks. Corporate sponsor ship include a four-SEE BRI EE FS | A14 1UH&4ND$eD`5 www G .IL(w u uhf'oh, h owe, Gewe rich,. ot A0"ou,wiihuu "0 woheco,A-Alftzh COUA 4w au Qook"e, V y"v lNEWS-SUNAVON PA H SEBRING Y.:1KL: I LAC D.,Calling all Women (and Men)...Who Want to be .. Soft and Cudd/y !Ij 26.comCrabtree &Evelyn New! LuxuryLON DO Yfor Alen!ThymesLocated in historic, downtown Lake Wales257 E. 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www.newssun.comWednesday, October 22, 2014 | NE wW SSS U nN | A13 touchdown in the second half by Emmanuel B r own as the Red Devils took a 19-13 lead. H ighlands took their rst lead of the game at 20-19 on Terrell Turners rst touchdown of the game and conv er ting the extra point. A v on Park surged to the lead again in the fourth quarter on Browns second touchdown of the game to giv e the R ed Devils a 26-20 lead. The Eagles responded as Turner scored his second touchdo wn with a 1:20 left in the game and with the extra point converted, the Eagles held a tenuous 27-26 lead. A v on Park threatened, but ran out of time as the Eagles held on for the win and eliminated the Red Devils from the play offs. The V arsity (Senior) game was not nearly a dramatic as the Eagles dismantled the Lake Wales Gators. Touchdowns by Mar quis Hawthorne, Camren Spaulding and Joel M ur illo gave the Eagles a 21-0 lead at the half. Hawthorne scored on a 3-yard run, Murillo on a 15-yard run and M ur illo on a 1-yard quarterback keeper. The Gators showed some teeth to start the second half scoring on a 36-yard run to make the score 21-6. The Eagles were able to close the jaws and tape them up as Haw thorne quickly answered on a 65-yard r un to make the scor e 28-6. Near the end of the third quarter, the Gators suffered an injury to a play er Already at the minimum limit to play, the ofcial called the game in fav or of the Highlands Eagles. B oth the F lag and Varsity (Senior) will travel to Lake Wales this Saturday to repre sent the Highlands Eagles. The Eagle F lag team will play the Frostproof Bulldogs and the Var sity team will face the Lakeland D estr oyers. Sunday School ..............................................9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ...........................10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ..............................6:00 p.m. Wednesday Classes For All ...........................7:00 p.m. LEISURE LAKES BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor: Rev. Don Roberts 808 Gardenia Street 699-0671 Sunday Bible Study........................................9:30 a.m. Morning Worship .........................................10:45 a.m. Evening Bible Class .......................................6:00 p.m. Wed. Prayer & Bible Study ............................6:00 p.m. rfntbnf NEW LIFE ANGLICAN FELLOWSHIPMission Church of Servants of Christ Anglican ChurchAnglican Church in North America 10 N. Main Avenue in the Women s Club Lake Placid The Rev. Susan Tweardy Rhodes, nttn 863-243-3191 Service on Sunday Morning @ 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAKE PLACID 119 E. Royal Palm St. Lake Placid, FL 33852-6219 863-465-3721 Web site: email: Sunday Traditional .........................................9:00 a.m. Sunday Contemporary .................................10:30 a.m. Link Groups .............................9:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. WEDNESDAY ACTIVITIES: Family Dinner ............................................................... 5:00 p.m. ($4 pp, reservations required) Prayer Meeting ...............................................6:15 p.m. MaXkidZ (K-5th) ...........................................6:15 p.m. Youth Intersections.........................................6:15 p.m.nfnnnnn nftntnwww.fbclp.comLAKE PLACID CHURCH OF CHRIST 1069 U.S. Hwy 27 465-4636 Evangelists: Arlin Chapman and Frank Parker Sunday A.M. Bible Study .............................9:00 a.m. Sunday A.M. Worship .................................10:00 a.m. Sunday P.M. Worship ....................................6:00 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study ................................7:00 p.m. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH S.B.S. Pastor: Bill Cole660 Holmes Avenue Ofce Hours 8:30 am-5:00 pm, M-F Sun. Morning Bible Study .............................9:30 a.m. Sun. Morning Worship .................................10:45 a.m. Sun. Evening Worship ....................................6:00 p.m. Wednesday Evening .......................................6:00 p.m. nn BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH216 E. Park Street, Lake Placid, FL 33852 633-9294Pastor -Rev. Sean R. Wyland Sunday School ...............................................9:45 a.m. Sunday Morning ...........................................11:00 a.m. Sunday Night ................................................6:00 p.m. Wednesday Night ...........................................6:30 p.m. r Genesis 35:1 ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI ANGLICAN EPISCOPAL CHURCH43 Lake June Road, Lake Placid, FL 33852 (863) Rev. Elizabeth L. Nelson, Pastor Sunday Worship ..............8:00am, 10:30am & 6:00pmfnrfntbnrrbSunday School .................10:30am in the Youth Room Holy Communion with Healing ...Wednesday, 6:00pm in the Church and Thursday, 9:00am in the Chapel St. Francis Thrift Shop Call for Hours Open: 863-699-0221 TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH LCMS25 Lakeview Street, Lake Placid, 33852 863-465-5253Rev. Richard Norris, Pastor Mrs. Susan Norris, Trinity Tots Preschool Director Education Hour .................................................8:45am Worship Service ..............................................10:00am Holy Communion each rst & third Sunday Childrens Church scheduled during worship service 4yr. Old thru 5th grade Nursery provided during Worship Service infant to 3 yrs. Seasonal Mid-Week Services each Wednesday evening during Advent & Lent. Call Church ofce at 863-465-5253 or visit our website a t Other activities and groups include: Choir, Ladies Guild & LWML, Mens Fellowship Group, Small Group Bible Studies, Trinity Tots Preschool, Youth Group.THE MINISTRY CENTER 770 CR 29, Lake Placid, FL 33852 (863) 699-9922 Sunday School ..................................................9:30am Sunday Worship ..............................................10:45am Kings Kids Church ..........................................10:45am Wednesday Worship ...............................................7pm Wednesday Youth ..............................................6:30pm f WORKING FAITH MINISTRIES tfttntn 424 CR 29, Lake Placid, FL 33852 (863) 699-0317 Okey Nichols, Pastor Sunday Service ................................................10:30am Wednesday Service ...........................................7:30pm We invite you to come and worship with us at the Church on the Hill HEARTLAND FAMIL Y CHURCH OF CHRIST 101 Peace Avenue. Lake Placid, FL 33852 (863) 991-3202 Pastor Jimmy GoinsSunday Morning ..................................10:15 11:15am Sunday Evening ................................6:00pm 7:00pm Bible Study Wednesday ....................7:00pm 8:00pm PLACID TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD 51Lake June Rd., Lake Placid. FL (863) 465-4931 Pastor D & Belinda WestSunday School ..................................................9:30am W orship ...........................................................10:30am Sunday Evening ................................................6:00pm Wednesday ........................................................7:00pm FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH A.R.P. 117 North Oak Ave., Lake Placid, FL 33852 863-465-2742 Reverend Raymond Cameron, Senior Pastor Reverend Drew Severance, Associate Pastor Worship Times Starting April 27th WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN US ON SUNDAYS! T raditional Worship ........................................9:00 a.m. C ontemporary Worship ................................11:00 a.m. S unday School .............................................10:10 a.m.brbbrrn b brbb bWEDNESDAY EVENING MINISTRIES Y outh Group (6th 12th Grade) ...................7:00 p.m. A dult Small Group Bible Studies ..................7:00 p.m. N ursery and Childrens Ministry ...................7:00 p.m. *Family Biblical Counseling, by appointment FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PLACID LAKES Wilson & Cleveland Ave NE 465-5126 n Jeffery Taylor S unday School ...............................................9:30 a.m. M orning Worship .........................................10:45 a.m. S unday Evening Worship ..............................6:00 p.m. C hildrens Choir Practice Tuesday ................2:30 p.m. W ednesday Evening Service .........................7:00 p.m. W ednesday Evening Children a nd Youth Activities ........................Begin at 5:30 p.m. tntf FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. Johnny M. Bryant, pastor 327 Plumosa Ave., Lake Placid 465-2363 S unday School ...............................................9:45 a.m. S unday A.M. Worship ..................................10:45 a.m. S unday P.M. Worship ....................................6:00 p.m. W ednesday Bible Study ................................7:00 p.m. W ednesday Kids Klub & Youth ....................7:00 p.m. fft CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Timothy Taylor, Pastor 512 W. Interlake Blvd. 465-6916 Hwy 27 South(12 miles south of Lake Placid)465-5810Free Locator Service CHURCH DIRECTORY Grades 6-7-8 National Award Winning SchoolDennis C. Grin. Headmaster148 E. Interlake Blvd. Lake Placid, FL 3092781 FB FROM PAGE A A 9 James Taylor/News-SunHighlands Eagle Varsity (Senior) Marquis Hawthorne breaks through two Lake Wales Gators defenders for a 65-yard touchdown run. The Eagles beat the Gators 28-6 to advance to the second round against the Lakeland Destroyers. MARK LONG ASSOCIa A TED PRESS GAINESVILLE Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley says he is evaluating the season and likely coach Will Muschamps future as it plays out. Foley released a 40word statement Mon day that did little to sway belief M uschamp s job is in serious jeopardy following consecutive home losses to teams that pr eviously struggled in Southeastern Confer ence play. F oley says At the beginning of the season w e said w e would evaluate the season as it plays out. W e will continue to do so. Our sole focus r ight no w is supporting our coaching staff and play ers as they prepare for Georgia. The Gators (3-3, 2-3 SEC) are coming off losses to LSU and Missouri. The 42-13 debacle against M izzou on Saturday night, was one of the most embarr assing losses in Muschamps three-plus years in Gainesville.Florida AD: season evaluated as it plays outFlorida AD Foley responds to coaching questions ., V-74' shadopt671 f +I-iTheouna'ztion0 FLORIDA HOSPrEAL FLORIDA HOSPIIALII}2J AND Mvnicwj. Cixrn 10WAVC,ruisCOHAN Outdoor HIGHLANDSNEWS-SUN RADIO GROUP Exposures TODAY


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HIGhHLANDS HEALThH B Wednesday, October 22, 2014 ShutterstockA united front: Local groups working toward a smoke-free future BY LARR YY GRIFFIN STAFF WRITER SEBRING Once upon a time, smoking was cool. Anywhere one went, they could expect to see people smoking restaurants, malls, social gather ings and at peoples own homes, inside and out. H o wever, health concerns over the years stigmatized smoking, as emphasized by the widely pub licized CVS decision to stop selling tobacco products earlier this y ear As the world became less and less tobacco-oriented, Highlands County followed suit. Today, groups such as the Quit Doc Research and Education F oundation and D rug Free High lands aim to rid the county of tobacco altogether in the name of paving the way for a cleaner healthier community. QuitDoc Community Health Advocate Amanda John said one of the cor nerstones of the cause is banning smoking in places where non-smokers want or have to be, such as multi-unit housing and Adaptogens are plant-based supplements that support adr enal health and rebuild it. My per sonal go-to adaptogens have always been ashwagandha, ginseng or rhodiola. Lately, Ive been studying schizandr a (sometimes spelled schisandra) and its my newest favorite supplement. Schizandra was prized for centuries by Chinese emperors as an anti-aging sup plement. Wu Wei Zi is its Chinese name Because it improves moisture retention, imperial ladies used it for prettier skin. Its a wonderful skin sup plement in fact. B ut the beauties of schizandra go much deeper than skin. Animal studies have shown that it can help with memory and brings balance be tween the off and on switch in your brain, so it helps regulate functioning of y our cer ebral cortex. Think of it as a tonic for your nervous system. S hchizandr a is best known to heal the liver and help you with hepatitis I f you have any liver disease, I urge you to ask your doctor if this over-thecounter herb is OK for you. Adaptogens clas sically give you energy and better sleep That sounds contradictory doesnt it? But adaptogens are smart and seem to kno w what your body needs. See why I love it? Schizandra increas es energy without the jolt of caffeine As a cellular cleanser, schizandra works by increasing your bodys production of a natural antioxidant called gluathione G lutathione is a strong liver cleanser. You make glutathione y our self, and schizandr a helps y ou make mor e, which is fabulous. Over time, men notice stronger desire, better sex and mor e staying po wer. It helped with benign prostatic hyperplasia, according to a 2014 study, and improved the effects of Flo max. Its the berries! The beautiful r ed ber r ies! Thats where the medicinal action is and the healing compounds ar e. What r eally caught my attention, are the studies showing anti-cancer benets, at least in pr eliminar y animal or petri dish studies. Anything that can slow progression of cancer (reduce metastasis) gets my attention. And in 2009, another animal study published in the I nternational Journal of Schizandra is my new favorite supplement BY SHARON WEATHERHEAD NEwsWS-SUnN CORREsSPOnNDEnNT Its that time again Medicare Open Enrollment. The open enr ollment per iod began Oct. 15 and ends Dec. 7. What does that mean? All people with Medicare can review and change their Medicare Health Plan and Prescription Drug Plan coverage for next year. Your health needs change each year and health plans change each year. Benets, premiums, physicians, drug formulary lists and other costs vary from plan to plan and from year to year. It is important to review your Medicare choices each fall. This open enroll ment period is separate from the ObamaC ar e Open Enrollment that starts in N o vember and is not for Medicare beneciaries. Y ou need to compar e your plan to new options and see if you can impr o ve your benets, lower your costs or nd a plan that better meets y our personal needs Retirement-age people are not the only ones who should be paying attention. If you are getting close to 65, you should familiarize yourself with the pro grams available so you can be pr epar ed. According to www., whether you have Original M edicar e or a Medicare Advantage Plan, y ou ll still have the same benets and security that you have no w including: Certain preventative benets (such as cancer scr eenings annual wellness visits). A ccess to M edicares Plan Performance (which encourages you to enroll in quality plans). P r escription Drug Plan (in 2015 if you reach the doughnut hole youll get a 55 percent discount on covered brand drugs and increased sav ings on generics). P eople who want to keep their existing co verage need not act during the open enrollment. B ear in mind that ther es a single key choice at the core of all your decision-making: Will you go with the Or iginal M edicare plan, which is run by the federal government and consists of Parts A and B, or a Medicare Advantage plan (also called Part C) that is of fered by a private insurer and approved by M edicar e?Medicare Part A: Hospital CoverageWhen you apply to Medicare, you are automatically enrolled in the P ar t A plan. Part A is your hospital insurance plan. It covers nursing car e and hospital stays although not doctors fees Part A also covers some home health services, skilled YY our guide to the Medicare O pen Enrollment period DEAR PHARMACISTSuzy CohenYes, it is that time of year again. You will soon be stocking up on tissues, cough drops, chicken noodle soup, and hot tea due to several viruses that occur throughout our winter months. Some viruses such as the common cold can be mild, where as others such as inuenza (the u) can range from mild to serious es pecially for children, the elderly and those who hav e long-term health problems. Did you know each year about 20,000 children younger than age 5 are hospitalized due to complications from the u, such as pneumonia? All virus es are spread through respir atory droplets, which occur when a sick person coughs or sneezes. Anyone in close contact to these droplets may become infected due to the droplets getting in their nose or mouth. Occasionally, a per son may also get sick from touching a har d surface that contains the virus, then touching their own nose or mouth. I t can be difcult to tell the difference between a cold and the u, since they are both caused by vi ruses and have similar symptoms. A typical cold can be from Are you prepared for cold and flu season? 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B2 | NEWSSS U nN | WW ednesday, October 22, 2014 A mammogram savedmylife... howabout yours? 863-385-6655115MedicalCenter,Sebring,FL(LocatedbehindHighlandsRegionalHospital)Highlands BreastandImaging Center3090292 rf rfntb rf rntbbb rnr rnfrr f f f r rrr bbbfn bn r f tr rf rfntfnb rfntb 3099036 HIGh H LANDS HEALTh H If you touch me Im going to kill you growled Jim (not his real name) as he threw a threatening st into the air. The police ofcer took a step back and then from behind a quick move from another ofcer placed Jim on the gr ound and in handcuffs O n the way to the police station, J ims foggy thoughts drifted back in time. Currently he was a homeless unemployed male, 52 y ears of age who had been in and out of jail several times. However, this was not always the case F ive years before, Jim was a wealthy entrepreneur owning a summer home in Florida and a winter home in the nor th. H e had a beautiful wife and three wonderful childr en. Then, J im began to suffer from depression and other str ange emotional feelings He gave large amounts of money away and would sleep for long periods of time. Within a year he lost his business home and most of his money His wife left him and his kids wouldnt speak to him. He knew he had problems but was afraid to get help. Jim was suffering from a type of mental illness that was de stroying his life. Ov er a quar ter of all Americans have mental illness, costing the Amer ican economy o ver $300 billion in pr oductivity and tr eatment costs. Mental illness affects mood, thought and behavior; it ranges from mild adjustment disorders to deep depr ession. M ental illness is prevalent in patients with dementia and in people who have been subjected to severe stress and trauma. There are multiple mental health trends that are sig nicant in the United States. F or example gaining access to mental health treatment is at a near crisis level for many Americans. Studies show that it is more difcult to gain access to mental health care than any other medical service in the nation. Recent reports state that 89.3 million Americans live in a federally-designated Mental Health Profession al Shortage Area. There is no other healthcar e class that has this kind of shor tage. It should also be pointed out that state psychiatric beds continue to decline 14 per cent in the past v e years. Yet another trend is the high out-of-pocket costs to patients. Studies show that 45 per cent of those who do not receive mental health treatment list cost as their primar y barrier. While recent legislation attempts to pr o vide for additional mental health coverage, it is far fr om per fect. Another trend that challenges mental health treatment is the attitude toward the illness M ost patients such as Jim are afraid to seek help and feel if they do they may lose their job, their family will reject them and society will view them as crazy. This stigma nudges many to live in the shadows and not be a full functioning member of society. Highlands County is no exception to the trends mentioned above. County surveys show there is a need for additional health care professionals in the area of behavioral health. One sur vey indicates that over 50 per cent of our county r esidents feel there is poor to no mental health suppor t during a cr isis. I n an effor t to meet the needs in Highlands County, Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center operates a robust outpatient and inpatient behavior al health pr ogram. The outpatient program involves mental health professionals providing services to the residents of 13 assisted living facilities and nursing homes I n addition, individuals receive outpatient tr eatment in S ebring. FHHMC Lake Placid has a 17-bed unit that treats over 400 patients each year who have varying degrees of mental illness. The unit has a team of highly skilled mental health professionals that provide individualized treatment, using evidenced based treatment plans. The average length of stay is about 10 days. The work in the unit is la bor intensive and many patients require a care provider to be assigned to them dur ing all waking hours At times, patients in their distress can become violent and the staff is tr ained to de-escalate the violent behaviors of the mentally ill. The goal is to pr o vide each patient with a treatment plan that gives them a higher quality of life, provides safety and helps them adjust to living in society. The unit wor ks with many patients like J im, who has lost ev er ything and is so desperate to get back to a productive life. I t is anticipated that mental health needs in our countr y will continue to incr ease in the years to come while funding will continue to be scarce. I will update y ou in the months ahead on any major changes taking place within mental health.Anthony Stahl, PhD, FACHE, is Administrator of Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center-Lake Placid. He can be contacted at 863-699-4336. Mental illness ravages lives, but treatment is difficult LETS TT A lL KAnthony Stahl Brea CancerMonthakeaciHEALTH AND REHABILITATION CENTERLAKE PLACID


www.newssun.comWednesday, October 22, 2014 | NE wW SSS U nN | B3 nursing care after a hospital stay and hospice care. While there is gener ally no monthly pr emium for Part A, ther e is a deductible that must be met befor e costs are covered.Medicare Part B: Medical CoveragePart B pays for a portion of your doctor visits, some home health car e medical equipment, outpatient procedures, rehabilitation ther ap y, laboratory tests, X-rays, mental health services, ambulance services and blood. P ar t B is optional coverage and has a monthly pr emium and ther e is also a deductible as in Part A. N ot all doctors will accept M edicares payment for services. Be sur e to check with y our physician before receiving services so you ar e awar e of what is covered.Medicare Part C: Private Insurance OptionPart C plans are offered through private insur ance companies and appr oved by Medicare. They are also kno wn as M edicare Advantage or Medicare Health plans. Before enrolling in a Part C plan, you must rst enroll in Original Medicare both Part A and P ar t B. If you decide to use Medicare Advantage, you choose the plan y ourself and sign up dir ectly with the private insurer. Be sure to check your plan each year to nd out things like: Is your plan still available? Is your physician still participating in the plan? Has the drug formu lary list changed? What ar e the curr ent out-of-pocket maximum costs? I t is up to y ou to ensure this is still the r ight plan for y ou. By law, Part C plans must pay for at least the same health care services as Original Medicare. But they sometimes pay for things that are not cov ered by Original Medicare, such as vision and dental car e Most, but not all, Medicare Advantage plans also provide some prescription drug coverage. (Since many Part C plans include pr escr iption drug coverage, you may not need a separ ate P art D plan.) Keep in mind that when using a Part C or D plan, you continue to pay a monthly Part B premium to Medicare. However, people with Part C coverage typi cally incur only a small copayment when visiting a doctor or other pro vider, while those with Original Medicare pay 20 percent or more of the cost of services. There is a slight decline in the number of M edicar e Advantage plans available in 2015 to 1,945 compared with 2,014 available in the last Open Enrollment Period. Be sure to check y ours .Medicare Part D: Prescription Drug PlanThe newest addition to the Medicare alphabet, Part D, helps you pay for pr escr iption drugs. Part D is optional and available to people who are enrolled in Or iginal M edicare (Parts A and B) and most Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans. P ar t D plans are offered by private insurance companies that ar e appr oved by Medicare. You sign up for them dir ectly with the pr ivate insurer. If you are enrolled in a Part D plan, you will pay a monthly premium and sometimes a deductible as w ell as copayments for your drugs. Each plan varies in the cost of premiums, the price of drugs and its list of co v ered drugs or formulary under the plan. By now, people who are enrolled in a Part D plan or in a Medicare Advantage plan should have received an an nual notice of change fr om their insur er.Help is availableThe www.Medicare. gov website is a wealth of information. Be sure to check out the plan nder tool. This tool will display the Medicare Advantage Plans av ailable and their quality Star measures ( nd-a-plan). Highest rated plans are 4 or 5 stars. You can call 1-800-MEDICARE (1800-633-4227) any time to nd out more about your coverage options. If you have limited income and re sources, you may be able to get assistance with dr ug costs b y calling Social Security at 1-800-325-0778 or at www .socialsecur ity. gov/i1020. All Medicare beneciaries were mailed the 2015 handbook, Medicare and Y ou 2015. Your annual healthcare coverage checkup is like ling y our taxes its no fun, but its necessary. 3094715 rrfnntbtn nrfnnft rnbnfnr rftfnr fbtrfntbbrfrr fntb rfr r frntbrnnb f rr r fn rfrr rf n n t n n r rnrr rr bbtb f t r t 3097012 HIGh H LANDS HEALTh H OPEN FROM PAGE B1 The news is just a click away! NEWS-SUN -WI, "OOLoiWe, CumWe Accept Long-Terri 4Care Insurance 4and Medicaid-


B4 | NEWSSS U nN | WW ednesday, October 22, 2014 Bassetti Medical Research Inc. is seeking Volunteersfor research studies for medical conditions, including:rrfntbr rfnttbfrb Specializing in Diseases of the Lungsr fntbr trntt rfnn r frnt Study participants will be paid for their time. All studies administered by a board certi ed medical doctor. Free study related medical visits.To nd out if you qualify, call 863-314-8971 today! tbnb 3095954 SunN Lake Medical Group rf nrrtbrn r tr rr n f rf nfnnt rf ntb nnnbb rfntbbbbfntt 3099967 HIGh H LANDS HEALTh H During the month of October, pink is everywhere. P eople go pink with pink shirts, pink nails and pink hair strands. Even the Chi cago skyline went pink with lights banners and ags In the United States, breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women. Fortunately, with early scr eenings including br east self exams, clinical breast exams by a health care provider and mammograms, women can detect breast cancer early when it is most tr eatable Ther mal imaging, which is available in Highlands County, detects the physiological changes in the br east in the form of infrared (heat patterns). Leslie Copeland, clinical thermographer, explains that heat patter ns are very valuable as they provide information that aides in ear ly detection of potential inammation and disease pr ocesses . Chemotherapy (chemo) re fers to the drugs which kill br east cancer cells They weaken and destroy the cancer cells at the original cancer area and those cancer cells that hav e spr ead to other parts of the body. As the chemo medications tr avel thr ough the body, they can damage the nerv es. This is called chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy. Each cancer sur viv or may experience different neuropathy symptoms varying from pain, numbness w eakness, balance issues, loss of sensations and sensitivity to temperature. Usually, the neuropathy starts in the toes, o v er time moving up the feet, ankles and legs. Similar symptoms can start in the ngers extending to the hands and arms. Although the discomfort may worsen over time, per sisting even after chemo is nished, for many cancer patients the symptoms may eventually clear up. If you think you might have neuropathy in your feet, see a foot doctor. After your po diatrist diagnoses the neuropathy, treatment will be initiated to alleviate y our symptoms. Treatment may include oral or topical prescription medication, medical food supplements and physical therapy. Modern technology called Diowave Laser Therapy provides penetrating laser light ener gy deep into the body reaching the damaged nerve cells and surrounding tissues. If you have chemother apy induced neuropathy, ther e is help av ailable. A woman dies of breast cancer in the U.S. every 13 minutes. You can join the ght against breast cancer. Remember to think pink not only in October but every month.Dr. Olga Garcia Luepschen and the Gentle Foot Foot Care Center are located on U.S. 27. If you have any questions about neuropa thy foot pain call (863)-314-9255 or go to www .gentlefootcarecenter .comFeet think pink Courtesy photoDr. Olga Garcia-Luepschen and her sta don their pink attire in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. F ooOO TPRINTSDr. Olga Luepschen Molecular Medicine found that schizandra may be a useful chemother apeutic agent, specically for human leukemia U937 cells. I have a more detailed version of this ar ticle including mor e about cancer and other conditions. To receive it, sign up for my newsletter at suzy and I will email it to y ou. I also have great news: You can once again read hundreds of my past articles now ar chived at my site. Ther e s even a search box to look up your health issue.Suzy Cohen is a registered pharmacist and the author of The 24-Hour Pharma cist and Real Solutions. For more information, visit www This information is not intended to prevent, treat, diagnose or cure your condition. COHEN FROM PAGE B1 Get the paper delivered to you! NEWS-SUN 'are owfNChl MISrw rra Mt NIr.qf''/4'' "


www.newssun.comWednesday, October 22, 2014 | NE wW SSS U nN | B5 LAEHNIKS YHT Wecandoitall!BeautyEnhancing,Acne,Warts,Rashes MelanomaPrevention,Pediatric SkinCancerPrevention,Adult Diagnosis,andTreatmentGeriatricMohs Surgery Fellow CALLUS TODAY!863-386-0786 DarrinA.RotmanM.D. JulieL.IellimoP.A.-C. 3109MedicalWaySebring,FL33870 rffnt 3091438 HIGh H LANDS HEALTh H workplaces. A grant from the Department of Health, which wor ks with all counties in Florida, aids in putting out ads that inform and educate on the dangers of smoking. An offshoot of Q uitDoc is S tudents Working Against Tobacco (SW A T), which aims at spreading the tobac co prevention message thr ough childr en, John said. Were using their voices, John said, highlighting one instance in particular in which a SW A T endorsement has gotten legislatur e passed banning av ored tobacco pr oducts If kids never smoked, the rst thing they see would be a cherry-avored tobac co product, John said. Another point of contention was electr onic cigarettes, of which J ohn said a miscommunication has been spr ead that they are helpful toward quitting smoking. A lot of people have a false hope, she said. Electronic cigarettes are just as harmful. According to tobac, ther e is no conclusiv e data from the FDA on the effects of electronic cigarettes on quitting smoking, despite what some ads for electr onic cigarettes claim. For information and help on quitting smoking, John recommended consulting area health education centers (AHEC) and enrolling in classes. O n getting lo ved ones to quit smoking, John recommended warning them of the dangers of smoking both on the communi ty (secondhand smoke is always a danger she reminded) and on their own bodies. If they want to smoke, Id ask them to be courteous of those around when they do, John said. Just think about other people. Smokers often agree with John and have no intention of forcing others to breathe their secondhand smoke. But they also defend their right to smoke as a freedom of choice. Its like eating fat tening food, one smoker who wanted to remain anonymous said. If I eat a pound of cake a day, I get fat. If you smoke, its a choice. We dont smoke around other people, another said, speak ing from the smoking area on break at her job in to wn. If they dont want to be around us, they dont have to. Thats their prerogative. at 863-385-6155, Ext. SMOKE FROM PAGE B1 While tobacco is still legal, the stigma against it is growing larger in many cities including Sebring.ATLANTA (AP) Federal ofcials are going on the road with new guidelines to pr omote head-to-toe pr otection for health workers treating Ebola patients. Ofcials on Monday night released the advice which health workers had pushed hard for after two Dallas nurses became infected while caring for the rst person diagnosed with the virus in the U nited S tates. Centers for Disease Control and Preven tion ofcials demonstrated the recommended techniques T uesday at a massiv e training at New York Citys Javits Center that was expected to draw thousands. The president of a group representing 3 million registered nurses said shes glad to nally see better federal advice. Health care workers said the CDCs old guidance was confusing and in adequate, and left them fear fully unpr epared for how to deal with an E bola patient. Todays guidance moves us forward, said Pamela Cipriano, president of the Amer ican Nurses Association, in a statement M onday night. D emand for new guidance was spurred by the unexpected infections this month of the two nurses at T exas Health Presbyterian Hospital. Its not clear exactly ho w they became infected, but clearly there was some kind of problem, CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden said. Earlier CDC guidelines had been modeled on how Ebola patients in Africa were tr eated, though that tends to be less intensive care done in r ougher settings like tents. They also allowed hospitals some exibility to use av ailable co vering when dealing with suspected E bola patients. The new guidelines set a rmer standard, calling for full-body garb and hoods that protect workers necks; setting rigorous rules for removal of equip ment and disinfection of hands; and calling for a site manager to supervise the putting on and taking off of equipment.CDC releases revised Ebola gear guidelines WolfTRUaV ndv fur,.. ,. iPod f, Phone WadI.MER_:.MArre ican Insbohdeof Dert7atyAIMS IOD


p B6 | NEWS-SUN | Wednesday, October 22, 2014 HIGHLANDS HEALTH various viruses which cause infection to the nose, throat, and lungs. Common symptoms include stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat, and mild to moderate hacking cough. Occasionally a person may have low-grade fever, headache, mild fatigue, or mild body aches. Treatment for a cold is symptomatic usually requiring over the counter or prescription cough and cold medication, a lot of clear uids, and rest. Antibiotics are not necessary and will not help since the common cold is due to viruses and not bacterial infections. Frequent hand washing and avoiding those who are sick are ways to help prevent infection. Similarly to a cold, the in uenza viruses cause infection to the nose, throat,and lungs. Flu symptoms include high fever, headache, severe body aches, fatigue or weakness, extreme exhaustion and dry cough. Those who are already infected with the u actually can spread the virus anywhere from one day prior to being sick and up to a week after. It is recommended for one to stay home and not return to school or work, until fever free for 24 hours (without the use of fever reducer medication). The u can be treated with antiviral medication prescribed by a health care provider. This medication is different from an antibiotic and works best if used within 24 hours of being infected. It does not completely eliminate your symptoms but can shorten the duration. The best prevention for the u is to get vaccinated. It is recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older to get the yearly u vaccine. It is best to receive this vaccine prior to u season since it takes about two weeks for your bodys immune system to build up protection against the u viruses. Still not sure if its a cold or the u? Make an appointment today with your health care provider to discuss your symptoms and seek help with your treatment plan.Nicole Lucchesi, ARNP, MSN, FNP-C is employed with Sun N Lake Medical Group. This information is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat or cure your condition. FLU FROM PAGE B1Candlelight vigil planned at SFSCAVON PARK A national candlelight vigil will be joined by those attending a local ceremony on the main South Florida State College campus at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23 in memory of those lost to drugand alcohol-related incidents, and those suffering from the disease of addiction. A memorial exhibit will be available to display photos of loved ones who have lost their life to an overdose. A fellowship reception is planned for 6 p.m. Local hosts are Drug Free Highlands and SFSC.Lake Placid TOPS plans open houseLAKE PLACID TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is a weight loss organization that requires no special diets or weight loss drinks. The club encourages a sensible diet and exercise program, which members develop to suit their own needs. Meetings offer support and encouragement for members in their efforts to lose their excess poundage. The club meets every Monday at the Womens Club in Lake Placid. Weekly weighin is from 3-3:45 p.m. and the meeting begins at 4 p.m. and ends at 5. The club is holding its yearly open house on Oct. 27 and invites anyone and everyone who wants to lose some unhealthy and unattractive pounds to come to the meeting and nd out rst hand what its all about. Meet the people in the group whove attained their weight loss goal and become KOPS (Keep Off Pounds Sensibly) and those who are working toward that goal.Share Your Power at the Golden Corral Blood DriveLAKE PLACID Golden Corral restaurant is hosting a blood drive where donors can share their power to save lives by donating blood and receive a coupon for a free lunch buffet from Golden Corral, plus a voucher for a free movie ticket. The blood drive will be held Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the restaurant, 322 U.S. 27 S. Visit or call 1-888-9-DONATE for more information. SNAPSHOTS LOCAL HEALTH NEWS ShutterstockThe best way to avoid getting the u is to get vaccinated every year. &SDuOC1' sweetC1f..5 ANNUAL EMPTY BOWLS LUNCHEONWhen's the last time you had a chance to have a reallygood lunch at a reasonable price and while doingso help several thousand people with food that theysorely need?Well, here's your chance! Join us and a sizeable numberof your caring friends at the Fifth Annual Empty BowlsLuncheon on November 17, 2014, from 11:30 1:30 p.m. sponsored b y the Heartland Food Bank amember of the national Feeding America food bankprogram.The luncheon will be held at the Agri-BusinessCenter in Sebring at the corner of Hwy 27 and GeorgeBoulevard, and lunch will be donated b y Olive Gardenwith their famous soup and bread sticks. You can't dobetter for a price of $10.Thomas Mantz, Director of Feeding America TampaBay, will be the speaker and will discuss the functionof food banks and the great need for their servicethroughout the country. Our local food bank servessome 23 food pantries throughout the county anddistributed over 1.2 million pounds of food in the last12 months. But the need still exceeds the supply. Yourhelp is needed.You'll have the chance to bid on live and silent auctionitems and there will be door prizes too! Also, you willbe entertained b y Shannon Reed and the Sebring HighSchool Show Choir. Nobody can beat this deal!Unfortunately, space is limited, so get in on this dealearly. We wouldn't like to hear that you couldn't getin. Get your tickets now!For tickets call: 863-385-7885.rrIGet NoticedAdvertise Today!


Wednesday, October 22, 2014 | NEWS-SUN | B7 INNER WORKINGSBY PAWEL FLUDZINSKI / EDITED BY WILL SHORTZNo. 1012 RELEASE DATE: 10/19/2014 ACROSS1 Short end of the stick 8 1960s dance 14 French port just up the coast from Boulogne 20 Speedily 21 Key of Griegs only piano concerto 22 Belabor, say 23 Leading indicator? 25 Spruce up 26 Sinus specialist, succinctly 27 Zest 28 Bacalao and boquerones 30 Ugly one 31 Misfit 36 American Pie songwriter 39 Boosts 40 ___ Grows in Brooklyn 41 Shakespearean lament 42 Like a pilot thats working again 45 Locale that made Hillary famous 49 One whos enthralled, metaphorically 52 French possessive 53 Response to a 26-Across, perhaps54 Botanist Gray 55 Dedicated 56 Quod ___ demonstrandum 58 First steamship with a planned circumnavigation of the globe 59 Something on a hero, maybe 62 Greeted and seated64 Pitbull or Snoop Dogg 66 Never 69 1998 Winter Olympics host 72 Studio behind Amadeus and Platoon 73 Winning an Oscar, Emmy and Tony, e.g. 77 Activist Brockovich 78 Hypnotists signal 79 One of a dozen popes 80 Suffix with ball 81 Game warden? 82 U.S.N. rank 84 Much ado about nothing 89 I wouldnt bet on it! 92 Top of the Eiffel Tower? 93 Honduras-toGuatemala direccin 94 Hearing-related 95 Blues rocker Chris 96 Become fixated 97 Deteriorate rapidly 104 Make ___ dash for 105 Went out with 106 Actress Falco 107 Neutrinos, symbolically 110 Broccoli-like vegetable 112 Its hard to find 117 Directs, as a conversation 118 True 119 Transgression 120 Show disdain for, in a way 121 Dinners at which people read at the table 122 Hide DOWN1 Sake source 2 Like most graffiti, for short 3 Come again? 4 AT&T Stadium team, on scoreboards 5 Corner key 6 Speedily 7 ___ Peace Prize (award discontinued in 1990) 8 Charges 9 Girls name that becomes a different girls name if you switch the first two letters 10 Goalie Howard of U.S.A.s 2010 and World Cup teams 11 QB Johnny 12 Ping maker 13 To reiterate 14 Opposite of waste 15 Michigan, in Chicago: Abbr. 16 Hide stuff 17 ___-Detoo (Star Wars droid) 18 World peace, e.g. 19 Atmospheric probe24 But wait, theres more 29 Best suited 31 Mailroom stamp 32 Like some chardonnays 33 Relinquish 34 Plotting 35 Thousands, in slang 36 Avian mimic 37 What stripes and polka dots do 38 Luau locale 42 Lakers, to Celtics, e.g. 43 It may be limited or late 44 Subject of some s-s experiments 45 Excellence 46 Tombstone figure 47 Brush material 48 Two-time title role for Chris Hemsworth 50 Artist Frida renowned for her self-portraits 51 Took back, as lost territory 57 24/7 58 Sunday recess? 60 Untouchable, e.g. 61 Viennese one 62 Long-billed wading bird 63 12 months, in Rio 64 Hike 65 Chihuahua cry 67 Preach, e.g. 68 Go off 69 Gun brand not endorsed by the 111-Down 70 Play ___ 71 Photographic memory, e.g. 74 Thicket 75 Sweetie pie 76 Gets in the game78 Beethovens Hammer-klavier, e.g.79 ___ curiam decision 82 When repeated, party cry 83 Weird Al Yankovic, e.g. 85 Third person masculine? 86 Relative of turquoise 87 ___ it! 88 International cricket match 90 Ones left holding the bag? 91 Gaps are filled with them 95 Fixed, as Easter eggs 96 Michael of The Great Santini 97 Like some truths 98 Andrea or Nicol, in the music world 99 Scruffs 100 Ho preceder 101 Gentle alarms 102 Go on to say 103 Some launch sites 107 Half of Morks farewell 108 La Jolla campus, briefly 109 ___-Ball 111 See 69-Down 113 Vane dir. 114 It. is there 115 Army E-7: Abbr. 116 Contact info abbr. 1234567 8910111213141516171819 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 3132 3334 35 363738 39 40 41 424344 45 464748 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 5657 58 59 6061 6263 6465 66 67 68 697071 72 73 747576 77 78 79 80 81 8283 848586 8788 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 979899 100 101102103 104 105 106 107108109 110 111 112 113114 115116 117 118 119 120 121 122 Online subscriptions: Todays puzzle and more than 4,000 past puzzles, ($39.95 a year). 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He lives in another state, but he has a sister in mine. Should I meet him in his hometown or let him come to me? I dont believe this is a game-playing situation. I am 55 years young; hes 64. We converse on FaceTime daily and at night we have Bible studies together via the Internet. He makes me happy. What is your opinion, and what should I do? SWEPT AWAY IN GEORGIA DEAR SWEPT AWAY: Your romance seems almost like a Hallmark Channel love story two strangers who connect because of a wrong number. However, have him visit you rst, meet your family, friends and minister. THEN visit him in his hometown and meet HIS friends, children (if he has any), minister, etc. Dont do this just once give yourself enough time to get beyond the endorphin rush. He may turn out to be Prince Charming, but a woman can never be too careful, and you need to proceed with your eyes wide open. If this becomes a successful relationship, it will be a wonderful how did you meet? story. DEAR ABBY: My parents just informed me that they have not been practical about their nances. I suspected it based on the ratio of their salaries to their purchases, but it was conrmed during a conversation in which they said they have saved nothing for retirement. More disappointing, they both had advantages that would have set them nancially for life had they been smart with their money. On the other hand, I save religiously, and Im on my way to building the retirement I want for me and my wife. I feel bad for my parents, but I cant help worrying that everything I am working for is being threatened by their poor choices and unwillingness to change how they deal with money. When I expressed concern that I would have to support them nancially at some point because of this, I was made to feel selsh because of all the sacrices they made for me over the years. Who is wrong here? -BAD SON IN BALTIMORE DEAR SON: Your parents are, for having blown the money they should have been saving and for trying to guilt you into supporting them. (By the way, theyre not alone. MANY Americans in their 50s and 60s have only now awakened to the fact that they wont have enough or any money to supplement their Social Security.) The sacrices parents make are supposed to be done out of love, not to indenture their children. If there is still time for them to sock away some savings for when they will no longer be working, I suggest they start now. (Suze Orman says that whether youre in your 30s, 40s or 50s, its never too late to start saving for your nancial future.) As a GOOD son, ask if they would like your help in investing it. DEAR ABBY Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phil lips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www.DearAbby. com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Wrong number leads woman to think shes met Mr. RightNEWS BRIEFSYouth baseball, softball annual meeting todayLAKE PLACID Lake Placid Youth Baseball and Softball will host its annual meeting today (Wednesday) at 6:30 p.m. in the meeting room upstairs over the concession stand. Parents, coaches and volunteers are encour aged to attend. For more information call Ray Mills at 863-414-0131.Lake Placid Elks to host blood drive ThursdayThe Oneblood Bus will be at the Lake Placid Elks Lodge from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday to collect blood donations. Call will be made to previous donors to make an appointment and walk-ins are welcome. All donors will receive a Halloweenthemed T-shirt. One pint of blood donated benets three patients. Typically, blood donated is transfused into a patient within 72 hours. To make an appointment or for more information call Peg at 863-465-5707 or Terry at 863-699-0774.Poinsettia sale to benefit LPHS Project GraduationLAKE PLACID Project Graduation is offering poinsettia plants in time for the holiday season. Proceeds will help fund a drugand alcohol-free celebration honoring Lake Placid High School graduates the night of their commencement. Red, pink and white poinsettias are available for $8 each, which includes a 6-inch pot, cover and sleeve. Order forms and pay ment must be turned in by Nov. 8. Order forms are available at the Radio Shack at 60 Tower Street in Lake Placid or by contacting Laura Teal at 863-441-0729 or Carol Pollard at 863-243-1200. Checks should be made payable to Lake Placid Project Graduation and mailed to P.O. Box 415, Lake Placid FL 33862-0415. Poinsettias will be available for pickup between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 at TD Bank, 1 US 27 North, 621 East, Lake Placid.Vendor spaces open for Saturday MarketLAKE PLACID Saturday Morning Market, sponsored by the Greater Lake Placid Chamber of Commerce, is seeking additional vendors for this years event series. Vendors that can offer homemade and handmade items can secure applications from the Chamber website at or at the Chamber ofce at 18 N. Oak Ave. Saturday Morning Market runs from October through March on the second Saturday of each month. The venue is always Stuart Park in uptown Lake Placid. For additional information call 465-4331.Christmas Lights cruiseLAKE PLACID The Placid Lakes Social Circle will again sponsor a Christmas Light Cruise day trip to Fishermens Village in Punta Gorda. This years cruise includes bus travel provided by Princess Dianne Tours, dinner at the Village Seafood Restaurant in Fishermens Village, sightseeing boat cruise through the Punta Gorda Isles canals. Cost is $50 per person. Boat cruise will start at 7:30 p.m. Bus pickups will be in Sebring and Lake Placid. ...........................................................................SMDOKL4Fun By The5 9 3 Numbers5 4 Like puzzes?Then you'llove9 7 sudoku. Thismind-bending9 8 1 puzzle will haveyou hooked from1 3 the moment yousquare off, so5 2 8 sharpen yourpenciand put7 2 5 your sudokusavvy to the test!8 7 94 6 2Level: Inter necateHere's How It Works:Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fil eachrow, column and box. Each number can appear ony once in each row,coumn and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers willappear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. 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Wednesday, October 22, 2014 | NEWS-SUN | B9 CLUBS NEWS SNAPSHOTS TOPS 632 meetsLAKE PLACID The last meeting was called to order by leader Mary Jo Finn. The program, titled Diet versus Exercise, was presented by Joan Dunn. She cited ve common diet mistakes everyone needs to avoid. 1. Overdosing on protein: 2. Skimping on vegetables: 3. Having just a big glass of juice for breakfast: 4. Over estimating expected weight loss rate. 5. Slacking on shuteye. It was an interesting and informative program. Karen Goodwin called the roll with 24 members present. Weight loss, while good, wasnt quite good enough. The best loser of the week was the clubs newest member, Peggy Vedder. Goodwin also presented several awards to Marty Hanna for a 10-pound weight loss, to Barbara Embick for losing four weeks in a row, to Theresa Rhodes for renewing her member ship at a lower weight, and to Carolyn Michael for being the best loser of the month. Yes/yesses for the coming week are green beans and getting enough sleep, and the no/no is cake. Mary Anderson gave a progress report on the latest contest. She emphasized the buddy system and members voted to keep it going for another week.PLHOA plans Pajama DriveLAKE PLACID The Placid Lakes Homeowners Association will have its annual Pajama Drive for the children of Lake Placid. Members are collecting PJs tting children from newborn to 11 years old. PJs can be dropped off at the Placid Lakes Town Hall, 2010 Placid Lakes Blvd., from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday-Friday. The PJs will be given to Manna Ministries to distribute to the children. All pajamas must be collected by Dec. 12. If you cant get out to purchase PJs members will also accept monetary donations. Monies collected will then be used to purchase the pajamas. For more information, call Bonnie Bailey at 863-465-4888.Retired Educators will meet Oct. 23LAKE PLACID The Highlands County Retired Educators and Support Personnel Association will meet Thursday. The meeting will be hosted by Southern Lifestyle Assisted Living Facility in Lake Placid and will begin at 11 a.m. Guest speaker for the meeting will be Bobbie Clark from Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center. Lunch will be provided. All retired educators and support personnel are invited to attend. For more information, contact Betty Hurlbut at 863-465-5722.Womens Club plans Dessert Card PartySEBRING The October Womens Club Dessert Card Party will be held at 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday at the Womens Club on Lakeview Drive. Participants bring their own lunch with beverages and desserts provided as part of the $3 admission. All types of card and board games may be played, with the winner at each table receiving a monetary prize. The general public, men and women, are encouraged to join the fun. Call Betty Wickensimer at 863-385-7268 or Wanda Khouri at 863-385-6888.Master Gardeners have blowout saleSEBRING The Highlands County Master Gardeners are having a blowout sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24 at the Bert J. Harris Jr. Agricultural Center. Plants that remained after the Oct. 18 annual sale are starting out as buy one get one free. Deals and sales throughout the morning will leave gardeners very happy. Tomatoes, other vegetables, herbs and edible perennials are plentiful. Buttery, succulent, indoor, and Florida friendly plants are also on hand. Women of Moose have Purse AuctionSEBRING The Women of the Moose Chapter 873 of Sebring Moose Lodge 2259 on U.S. 98 will host a Purse Auction on Saturday, Oct. 25. The activities will be from 6-9 p.m. Handbags, both new and gently used, will be auctioned by Joey. Each bag will have a surprise inside (no peeking). Items being auctioned are being donated by local businesses and members. The event will be open to members and members guests. MORCATEINSURANCE CONSULTANT, LLC Public Adjuster CARLOS MORCATE P.A./C.P.A.U Lic E069831 Do You Have Damage To Your Home Caused By Any Of The Following?rfntb bfnf rfnnrrrr rff fr 954.797.1481 rrfrffrntbnfnfrrrffnf fffbtfnffrfnf tnrrfnfffnffrrf fffnfrfnff rfrfr 3100509 rfnr rf tb ntbfftft rffntbb rf f rfntbrr tt 3092922 .. ..MORCATEkkb A /A ANPUN@ AqumvCARLOS MORCATE PA,/C.PJWGu`CGOOaocaoo aoy FoP a FF@@ h-aoM@ cofl%UW'UoflDo You Have Damage To YouvHome Caused By Any Of`ue FoUoAug?9 U7cwo)7Ul6sl;?'lU 111 ) t) u691iii P 't!Jii2Since 1927, theNews-Sun hasbeen bringing thenews of HighlandsCounty to thepeople of HighlandsCounty. Call todayto subscribe.863-385-6155ti -vI I IISince 1927, theNews-Sun hasbeen bringing thenews of HighlandsCounty to thepeople of HighlandsCounty. Call todayto subscribe.863-385-6155


B10 | NEWS-SUN | Wednesday, October 22, 2014 FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS Placid Lakes Party LineBY SUSIE LEELAKE PLACID The Placid Lakes Social Circle has scheduled three Christmas Light Cruise day trips to Fishermens Village in Punta Gorda Dec. 8, 9 and 15. The rst two trips are lled. Reservations for the Dec. 15 trip can be made by calling Susie Lee at 863-699-0886. All three trips are the same, including the bus transportation, dinner at the Village Fish Market Restaurant, shopping time, and an awesome cruise with Captain Ralph where youll see spectacular displays along the canals of the Punta Gorda Isles. Fishermens Village itself has outstanding decorations and has won many awards, and youll see why. The trip is $50 per person, payable by cash or credit card. Our Sausage Festival is Saturday, Oct. 25. Youre all invited and the donation is $6 per person. All the sausage will be cooked on the grills with the Grillmaster Jose and his able staff, Dave Jackson and Chet Merino. Pat K. is bringing a homemade cake, and there will be other desserts as well. Weve got the Kitchen Police, headed by Joyce Briski with assistants, Olive Jackson, Carolyn McCormick. Our favorite DJ, Big Ben, will keep us on our toes with lots of music, and we hear he does magic tricks. Our next meeting will be Nov. 5, and there will be a mic at this one! Weve got 28 people so far going on the Feb. 6 Caribbean cruise out of Miami on the Norwegian Pearl going to Nassau, St. Thomas and Tortola (BVI). Our travel Indian, Sioux Hurley, has all the information. Call Joyce at 863-699-6331; she has the paperwork, or can get it for you. There will be travel accommodations to get us to Miami. Our Christmas party will be Dec. 3 at the Placid Lakes Country Club. We will talk about the Christmas party on Nov. 5. Nov. 15 is also M&M Dance night. The Lake Placid Ballroom Dancers will be collecting nonperishables and canned goods for Manna Ministries. This is our annual collection for them, and you will be rewarded with a fair share of M&Ms. Weve got some sur prise entertainment that evening at inter mission. Wear primary colored shirts solid colors, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and brown. (M&M colors) Migration is starting up. A couple of ducks dropped by. We saw a ock of swallows in the Catsh Creek area. And a lot of the human snow-birds are making a safe landing. Welcome back!Tropical Harbor EstatesBY ARLENE CLOUSTONLAKE PLACID We had our coffee meeting on Christopher Columbus Day. Columbus Day is always the second Monday in the month of October. Where would each of us be today in 2014, if Columbus had not discovered the new world in 1492? Our meeting was held on Peggy Sue Teagues carport and she also emceed the meeting. Bob Clouston treated with doughnuts for his 89th birthday on Oct. 17. Tom and Deanna Walton from Ohio were there and Arlene and Ron Dammer from Wisconsin have been seen in the park. Peggy Sue read the birthday names for the week and David Steigerwalt was present along with Bob Clouston so we sang Happy Birthday to them. Then Peggy Sue read the wedding anniversary dates and we sang Happy Anniversary to Rick and Brenda Knoche. Carol Noel was called on to give the sunshine report and she said that she did not have anything really new. She did receive word that a former resident, Jeanne Jensen, had passed away. Joan Rau thanked everyone for coming to the Oktoberfest Saturday. There were some 70 present enjoying the food. She also thanked everyone that stayed and helped clean up. Emily Snider made arrangements for the ladies lunch out at Chef Buddys Italian American Deli in Lake Placid for Oct. 21. Starting Monday, Oct. 20, the pool exercise class will start at 10:30 a.m. on their winter schedule. Pool walking will start at 10:30 and exercising will begin at 11 a.m.. Its to your own benet to be on time. By Nov. 3, we will have our coffee in the clubhouse. 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Wednesday, October 22, 2014 | NEWS-SUN | B11 LAKE PLACID The Lake Placid Garden Club met Oct. 8 at the Lake Placid Womans Club building, 10 N. Main Ave. President Sharon Diaz welcomed 38 members and six guests to the meeting. After lunch, Stephanie Koontz of Archbold Biological Station presented a program on the Dicerandra frutescens, more commonly known as the scrub mint. This endangered species is only found in the Highlands County section of the Lake Wales Ridge so the club thought it tting to adopt it as the Lake Placid Garden Club ofcial ower. Diaz and board members reported on recent and upcoming activities of the garden club. Four members attended the 90th anniversary garden party at the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs headquarters in Winter Park on Sept. 11. Several members are planning to attend the District IX fall meeting and ower show in Naples on Oct. 21 and 22. Field trips are planned for the coming weeks. The club is planning food drives in November, December and April to benet the food pantry at Manna Ministries. Tickets are now available for Holiday Home and Garden Tour on Dec. 6 (ticket information at 863699-0030) and the 20th annual Fashion Show and Luncheon on Jan. 17, 2015 (ticket information at 699-2981). Member Zola Truitt spoke about the hy drangea and gave tips on rooting and drying them for arrangements. During the Fuss & Brag segment, several members brought items to share or show off to the group. The next meeting will be on Nov. 12. The speaker will be Phil Elting of Elting Exotic Plants. He will have tropical plants for sale. New members are always welcome. For information, call 863-6992972 or 863-531-0060.Garden club introduces club flowerSPECIAL TO THE NEWS-SUN October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month so some of the ladies from the Sebring VFW Ladies Auxiliary decided to wear their outts from the Pink Army Strut, the week before, and help their Auxiliary sisters raise money for the cancer fund by taking donations and raing o a pink box lled with lots of goodies valued at $100. The event not only raised awareness but made a nice donation to ght cancer. The winning ticket was drawn by Patty Carroll. Shown in their pink amingo outts are Darlene Watkin, Deb Kimball, Joni LeBeck and Gayle Moreland, who are part of the group of 12 ladies who won top honors at the Pink Army Strut and a girls night out.VFW Auxiliary pretty in pink Information www. .org www.rrfMEDICARE,MEDICAID,ANDMOSTCOMMERCIAL INSURANCESACCEPTED 5019096 TO ADVERTISE ON THIS PAGE PLEASE CALL VICKIE WATSON 386-5631 rfrfnrtt r rfrfnrtt r Health 3099020 111`Jp nornerstoneH 0 S P I C E--& PALLIATIVE CAREYiw loyal notfm(n'ot t IlwJ`ice,C ,>ed .,.lice 1984FREE HEARING TESChuck Oliver4*1-4BC-HISBoard Certified-HearingInstrument-SciencesYears Experience /0,0 1EApct fence you can trust...We specialize in helping people who hear but don't alwaysunderstand. Call us for courteous. professional service 1,11 backed with yearn of experience. \ 1 'digital HEARING AID 382-9210 4206 Sebring Parkway Sebringwww y =ae t, trt .4; '^M' 1 lase ;Oriental MedicalClinic of Florida, P.A.TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINEWe specialize inAcupuncture and Herbal Medicine10 11cip Volt ill 111clrcauliClit of:Pain ManagementChronic Disease S E B R I N GWeight Loss_ "Wellness Enhancement HEART CENTERrb -M -MAJeanie O. Lee, U.A.O.M. ,) JAtupunctureP/nviciau I; r(/(t('Q or. aferc,if. &douel3101 Medical Way 'Sebrine, Florida 386-5050r o, SEBRINGHEART CENTERC/11. e `2ouz a(uil Retoiwl01fi1IL lidMA


B12 | NEWS-SUN | Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Last week the Women of the Moose Board Chapter 873 of Lodge 2259 presented a check in the amount of $500 to the Champion of Children Advocacy Center on behalf of the board the WOTM co-workers. Accepting the check was Je Roth, director (third from left). Members of the board present were (from left) Faye White, Jr. Regent; Donna Tucker, Recorder; Mary Ann Mangold, Sr. Regent and Pat Polk, Chaplain. Looking on is Tommy Downy (center). In light of the recent child neglect issues the Women of the Moose felt it compelling to do what is possible to assist in awareness and support of children. Champion for Children is at 1968 Sebring Parkway.Helping the childrenSienna OstromScott Ostrom and Victoria Ferguson, both of Lake Placid, announce the birth of a daughter, Sienna Alyssa Ostrom, at 4:16 p.m. on Oct.8, 2014, at Highlands Regional Medical Center. Sienna weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces and was 19.25 inches in length.Ezra QuinteroEnrique Quintero and Brandi White, both of Frostproof, announce the birth of a son, Ezra Enrique Quintero, on Oct. 4, 2014, at Highlands Regional Medical Center. Ezra weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 20 inches in length. Maternal grandpar ents are John White and Lesia White. Paternal grandparents are Edwardo Quintero and Julia Quintero.Silas WillitzLuke and Kimberly Rachel (Grunke) Willitz of Sebring announce the birth of a son, Silas Tertius, at 4:47 p.m. on Oct. 10, 2014, at Highlands Regional Medical Center. Silas weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces and was 20.5 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Joel and Lori Grunke. Paternal grandparents are Joel and Dawn Willitz.Birth AnnouncementsCELEBRATIONS Florida Hospital Care Advantage plans are available in the following counties: Volusia, Flagler, Highlands and Hardee. Health First Health Plans is an HMO plan with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in Health First Health Plans depends on contract renewal. The benet information provided is a brief summary, not a complete description of benets. For more information, contact the plan. Limitations, co-payments, and restrictions may apply. Benets, formulary, pharmacy network, provider network, premium and/or co-payments/co-insurance may change on January 1 of each year. A sales person will be present with information and applications. For accommodation of personswith special needs at sales meetings call 1.844.522.5281 or TDD/TTY 1.800.955.8771. You must continue to pay your Part B premium. Only one gift card to Medicare eligibles who RSVP and attend a seminar. Y0089_EL4240FH Accepted 09162014 $0 PCP copayPLANS STARTING AT $0Medicare Advantage PlansAttend a seminar to learn more!No deductibles No referrals More than 3,000 Providers beginning December 2014 10GiftCard $ 1 0 To reserve your seat and get a $10 gift card call toll-free 1.844.522.5281 or TDD/TTY relay 1.800.955.8771. Were available seven days a week from 8 am to 8 pm. One gift card to all Medicare eligibles who RSVP and attend a seminar with no obligation to enroll in the plan. Lake Placid Beef 'O' Brady's 110 Plaza Avenue October 24, 2014 11am Wauchula Java Caf 202 W Main Street #101 October 27, 2014 10am Lake Placid Golden Corral 322 U.S. 27 October 27, 2014 2pm Sebring Homer's 1000 Sebring Square October 28, 2014 11am 3099011 rfntbfrfntb ff ffrf f rf fntbrf f r 3097831 Jut{FLORIDA HOSPITALCARE ADvANTAGE,vministemd by Health PlansCharleneEdwards/rl


Wednesday, October 22, 2014 | NEWS-SUN | B13 Lake Placid has a new club in town a Junior Womans Club, which is a part of the General Federation of Womens Clubs. The new club is made up of mothers, sisters, daughters, professionals and community leaders. They bring together diverse talents to volunteer their time and skills for the betterment of the community. Our rst meeting was in September, said president Joy Post. There were 30 charter members in attendance. That showed me the need for this club in our community. The JWC is both a social and service club where women meet new friends and encourage each other to do their best. Projects focus on six main themes: arts, conservation, education, home life, public issues and international outreach. The chapter has hit the ground running. Members have begun to raise awareness and funds for Canine Companions For Independence, which provide assistance dogs for wounded veterans. Coats for Kids is a new project where coats, sweaters and cold weather clothing are being collected and given to locally needy children. Santa for Seniors will give small gifts in stockings to the elderly in nursing homes. These are just a few of the worthy projects the ladies are working on. I joined because I get to meet some great ladies and new friends, said member Lorri Lammie. Its a great way to make a real difference in our community and having fun while doing it. Membership is $50 per year; eliminating the need for weekly or monthly dues. The club meets the third Thursday of each month at 5:45 p.m. at the GFWC Lake Placid Womans Club building at 10 North Main Ave. Post may be contacted for more information at jpost12@embarqmail. com or 954-817-0033.Ladies help others in new Junior Womans ClubBy KIM LEATHERMANNEWS-JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT LAKE PLACID Kathy Allaire has a lot of par ticipants already lined up for next months Interlake Merchants Street Party but there is plenty of room for more. Merchants along Interlake Boulevard will host a street party on Friday, Nov. 7 from 6 to 9 p.m. that seems to be getting bigger each year. Everybody is welcome to come and set up, Allaire said. It is open to all businesses. It gives them good exposure. She estimated that the crowd for the event has been from 800 to 1,000 people. DJ Justin Morris along with 30 or more businesses will be participating. Many of the stores will stay open that night. There will be sidewalk sales and event specials such as demonstrations by lawnmower racers from NASGRASS (North American Society of Grass Racers and Sod Slingers), the volunteer fire department and a K-9 Unit from the Highlands County Sheriffs Office. Boats, watercraft, classic cars and trucks will be on display. There will be a fruit and vegetable stand. The Big Red Bus will be there for a blood drive. Groups from Lake Placid Middle School and Lake Placid High School will be participating, including the LPHS Junior Class, Band Boosters and Honor Society. Allaire said there will be plenty of food, games, clowns, face painting and the annual chili cook-off. A portion of Interlake between Oak and Magnolia Avenues will be closed to permit pedestrian traffic and to accommodate special events that night. For more information call Allaire at 863-4654646 or email allaires@ up for another Interlake Merchants Street PartyBy BILL ROGERSNEWS-JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT Financing Available560 U.S. 27 North Sebring 385-4796www.CarpetPatioBlinds.comChamber of Commerce memberFamily owned & operated since 1978 Shaw Anso Nylon Carpetper sq. ft. (instal led with padding) In Stock No Wax Vinyl 12ft. and 13ft wide per sq. ft. (plus i nstallation) In Stock Oak Vinyl Plankper sq. ft. (plus installation) Outdoor Carpetper sq. ft. In Stock Boat Carpet-Many Colors 6ft and 8ft wideper sq. ft. In Stock Berber Carpetper sq. ft. (plus installation and padding)Perfect Floor rfntb bnfffftf ftnrffnn fnffrnf ffffffnf ftfrff 3099009 Design Consultations r ffntb f CARPET TILE HARDWOODSTONE VINYL AREA RUGS bb rnf 3092197 FREE WINDSHIELD REPAIR DAY rfntbr btf n bbr 3098309 rf October 26, 2014 Johnson & Johnson Wood Products 5948 State Road 66, Sebring, FL 33875 Approximately 6 miles west of US 27Contact Brenda 863-385-1966Email: birdnextbox@gmail.comRAIN or SHINE r Vendor Space Available 3099910 v -j7 jK&KGLASS144G' aTqtr7Allf(863) 385-66541,113 US 27 NORTH SEBRING, FLWWW.ELDRIDGESDESICNCENTER.COMMO N DA 5:3U,$ATU RDAY 9 -1_ 1 _rTljr-I.aI .


B14 | NEWS-SUN | Wednesday, October 22, 2014 TODAYClouds and sun with a stray shower85 / 64Winds: N at 4-8 mphVariable cloudiness83 / 64Winds: NE at 6-12 mphTHURSDAYIntervals of clouds and sunshine83 / 64Winds: NE at 7-14 mphFRIDAYPartly sunny83 / 60Winds: N at 7-14 mphSATURDAYSunshine and delightful82 / 64Winds: NE at 7-14 mphSUNDAY High .............................................. 8:03 a.m. Low ............................................... 1:53 a.m. High .............................................. 8:14 p.m. Low ............................................... 2:16 p.m. High .............................................. 1:11 a.m. Low ............................................... 7:59 a.m. High .............................................. 2:28 p.m. Low ............................................... 7:43 p.m. Lake Jackson ..................................... 78.36 Lake Okeechobee ............................... 15.79 Normal ............................................... 14.51 High Friday ............................................ 84 Low Friday ............................................. 50 High Saturday ........................................ 86 Low Saturday ......................................... 53 High Sunday .......................................... 85 Low Sunday ........................................... 56 High Monday ......................................... 88 Low Monday .......................................... 64 Relative humidity .................................. 45% Expected air temperature ....................... 84 Makes it feel like .................................... 85 Saturday ............................................. 29.94 Sunday ................................................ 29.99 Monday ............................................... 29.89 Saturday ............................................. 0.00 Sunday ................................................ 0.00 Monday ............................................... 0.00 Month to date ..................................... 1.52 Year to date ....................................... 47.88Sunrise 7:29 a.m. 7:29 a.m. Sunset 6:52 p.m. 6:51 p.m. Moonrise 6:15 a.m. 7:09 a.m. Moonset 6:12 p.m. 6:51 p.m.Albuquerque 71/51/c 73/49/s 76/51/s Atlanta 68/43/s 70/50/s 74/51/s Baltimore 59/45/c 61/47/pc 63/45/pc Birmingham 70/43/s 70/47/s 75/49/s Boston 58/51/r 59/52/r 60/49/r Charlotte 66/41/s 69/42/s 71/45/s Cheyenne 65/39/pc 72/46/s 76/41/s Chicago 56/36/s 58/46/c 62/47/s Cleveland 53/42/pc 55/39/s 54/44/pc Columbus 57/36/pc 58/39/s 58/42/pc Dallas 83/60/s 83/60/pc 87/63/s Denver 69/43/pc 76/45/s 79/46/s Detroit 56/34/s 57/38/s 57/43/pc Harrisburg 58/46/c 60/48/pc 63/46/pc Honolulu 86/75/sh 87/75/pc 87/75/pc Houston 83/57/pc 81/56/s 84/57/s Indianapolis 58/38/s 61/48/s 62/47/s Jackson, MS 77/44/s 73/46/s 78/50/s Kansas City 72/57/s 72/48/pc 76/51/s Lexington 60/38/s 63/45/s 63/46/s Little Rock 73/46/s 70/52/s 80/57/s Los Angeles 82/61/s 84/60/s 83/59/s Louisville 61/42/s 65/50/s 66/50/s Memphis 69/45/s 68/50/s 76/54/s Milwaukee 54/38/s 56/46/c 59/46/pc Minneapolis 61/50/pc 67/41/sh 69/46/pc Nashville 64/39/s 66/44/s 70/46/s New Orleans 80/59/s 76/56/s 78/59/s New York City 59/50/r 58/52/r 62/51/pc Norfolk 63/50/r 65/51/pc 68/52/s Oklahoma City 81/58/s 82/57/pc 86/59/s Philadelphia 59/49/r 57/51/r 64/50/pc Phoenix 92/67/s 94/69/s 95/69/s Pittsburgh 52/42/c 56/40/pc 57/42/pc Portland, ME 53/48/r 56/50/r 58/47/r Portland, OR 61/54/r 59/49/r 59/52/sh Raleigh 66/45/pc 67/43/s 69/45/s Rochester 52/45/c 53/45/r 55/44/pc St. Louis 65/45/s 65/56/sh 72/56/s San Francisco 74/60/pc 75/63/s 75/62/s Seattle 59/51/r 56/48/r 58/52/sh Wash., DC 62/50/c 63/53/pc 68/52/pc Cape Coral 85/67/pc 85/67/c 83/65/t Clearwater 83/65/pc 82/65/pc 82/66/pc Coral Springs 84/71/c 83/74/t 82/72/r Daytona Beach 80/61/pc 77/62/pc 78/59/pc Ft. 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Fri. Today Thu. Fri. Rain will continue to drench the Northeast today as an area of low pressure gains strength off the regions coast. The heaviest rain is expected to fall over Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts which can lead to incidents of ash ooding. Gusty winds will also accompany the rain with strong winds along the coast possibly causing some coastal ooding. A dry, settled day will be experienced elsewhere in the East and over the Great Lakes as high pressure expands southward from Canada. National Forecast for October 22 Today Thu. Fri. Today Thu. Fri. Today Thu. Fri. Today Thu. Fri. Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, rrain, sf-snow urries, sn-snow, i-ice. Times of clouds and sun today with a shower in places. Partly cloudy tonight. Variable cloudiness tomorrow and Friday. Saturday: partly sunny. Sunday: sunshine and delightful. 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1000REAL ESTATEWe Are Pledged To The Letter And Spirit of U.S. Policy For The Achievement Of Equal Housing Opportunity Throughout The Nation. We Encourage And Support An Affirmative Advertising And Marketing Program In Which there Are No Barriers To Obtaining Housing Because of Race, Color, Religion, Sec, Handicap, Familial Status Or National Origin. EQUAL HOUSINGOPPORTUNITY 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE 20 C St Frostproof Beautiful 4 Bedroom 2 bath home. 4th bedroom is currently used as office. Home was built in 2003. It has cathedral ceilings, ceramic tile or carpet flooring. 2 central a/c systems, oversized single garage, utility building, irrigation system is on well, and fenced in back yard. Home sits on large double lot 127X140+/-. Master bedroom has large walk-in closet plus dressing area off master bath. Bedroom 2 has walk-in closet. Pass thru area from kitchen to living room. Plus much more. Asking only $159,500.Frostproof RealtyLLC ph863-635-4246 (P1020562) 262 Walter Ave -Frostproof Home has 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bath, eat-in-kitchen, large living room, spacious front porch, bonus room on back of home with extra 8X7 storage room, single carport and 2 utility buildings, home sits on corner lot. Located right off Hwy 27 in the Sun Ray Homes neighborhood. There is a play park, club house and the HOA is optional. Asking $59,500. Melba Taylor, Broker/Realtor Frostproof Realty, LLC 863-635-4246 phone 877-637-1864 fax OCALA, FL: 4/3/2 w/two master suites on 1/2 acre. New roof. 15x30 patio w/canopy. 12x24 shed w/electric, water. Security system. Well maintained. $99,500. Call 352-454-7170. 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE 2168 N Lake Reedy Blvd Frostproof Down a long winding driveway sits a quality custom built 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home surrounded by woods. This home was built in 2010. It has High ceilings and crown molding throughout. Wood floors that were milled in Ga. Open Great room includes sitting area, breakfast area, dining area, living area and magnificent kitchen. Kitchen includes 6 burner gas stove top, build-in-oven, oversized refrigerator and freezer, dishwasher, built in microwave, beautiful granite counter tops and huge walk-in-pantry. Large walk-in-closet in Master bedroom. Master bath has dual sinks with granite counter tops, separate tub and large walk-in shower. The second bathroom has dual sinks with granite counter tops and large walk-in shower. Covered open front and back porch, double carport attached by a breezeway. This very rural, secluded location has approx 17+ acres. REDUCED NOW $424,900 Frostproof Realty LLC ph 863-6354246 (P1020564) #,,-0'"/$ .),.&1), .%0!!(+(,-!* 310 Stanley Ave Frostproof Concrete Block 2 bedroom 2 full bathrooms with bonus room that could be converted into a third bedroom or family room,central a/h, double sided refrigerator/freezer, gas stove, washer and dryer,4 man hot tub, 2 utility sheds/work shops, privacy fenced enclosed back yard, fruit trees, enclosed front porch and a single carpor t all for ONLY $39,900.00,Call Michelle to see 863-528-1136 Michelle K. Hutto, Broker-Owner 245 S. Scenic Hwy., Frostproof, FL 33843 863-635-0030 Fax: 863-635-0031 Cell: 863-528-1136www.KeystoneRealEstate.NET Winter Haven, Mary Jewett Cir. 3BR/2BA 1687 sqft. Attached Carport. Lease To Own Call For Details 877-535-6274 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE 707 Curran St Lake Wales This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home sits on the shores of Lake Warren. Has Formal living and dining room, family room with fireplace. Screened in porch overlooking lake. Double garage with utility area. It is conventional located to shopping in a nice neighborhood. Asking only $129,900.Frostproof Realty LLC ph 863-635-4246 (P1020484) 814 Charles St.-Frostproof 3 bedroom 1 full bath, concrete block home, corner lot, family room could be 4th bedroom, screen in porch, fenced yard Asking $92,500. Bring Offer! Ask for Michelle 863-528-1136 Keystone Realty Inc 863635-0030 10 Plum Ave-Frostproof 3 bedroom 2 bath, wood frame with vinyl siding home on a corner lot, carport, shed, range, refrigerator, dishwasher, ceiling fans. Asking $74,900.00 Ask for Wesley Wise 863-528-8265 Keystone Realty Inc 863-6350030 www.KeystoneRealEstate.NET. Keystone Realty Inc. 245 S. Scenic Hwy. Frostproof, FL 33843 Office: 863-635-0030 Fax: 863-635-0031 Cell: 863-528-1136www.Keyston-RealEstate.NET BRAND NEW HOME 3/2/2 w/large screened patio. 1/2 ac. Lake Buffum deed restricted community. Minutes from Lake Wales CSX $157,900. Call Cheryl CPM Brokerage Services 863-559-9425 MLS#P4626305 LAKEFRONT, FISHING & SUNSETS. Gorgeous 2006 gated home on Lake Buffum. 1.85 ac semi formal w/beautifully upgraded interior. Minutes from Lake Wales CSX $329,000 second home also available. Call Cheryl CPM Brokerage Services 863-5599425 MLS#P4700084 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE Lakefront on Lake Reedy Deeded Lake Reedy Access with large lot across the street ready to build a Single Family or Multi-family residence. Lots of large mature oak trees. Corner city lot. Asking Only $40,000 Michelle K. Hutto, Broker-Owner 245 S. Scenic Hwy., Frostproof, FL 33843 863-635-0030 Fax: 863-635-0031 Cell: 863-528-1136www.KeystoneRealEstate.NET SUN N LAKES ESTATES 2 bedroom, 2 bath block home. Ceramic tile throughout, living room, family room, 2 car garage.Listed at $54,900 ID #4221 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-6767040 LARGE CONTEMPORARY HOME with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and a den that could be used for a 4th bedroom. Step through the back screened porch, to the in-ground pool with water fall feature, pavers and fenced back yard. Also has a 2 piece pool bathroom. Home has new carpet, fresh paint, new light fixtures, and new stainless steel appliances. Located in a gated community in Bartow and very close to South Lakeland. Listed for $259,000 ID #6315 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 2004 CONTEMPORARY HOME Spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath with cathedral ceilings, breakfast bar, pantry closet, and dinette. This home features dual sinks and a garden tub in the master bath, family room, laundry room, new range, new dishwasher, new carpet, new water heater, and fresh interior paint. There's a sizable fenced back yard, screened porch, and 2 car garage. Reduced to $144,900 ID #7124 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 GREAT LOCATION Separate living area and 4th bedroom/bath for your family. Large Living/Dining and Kitchen plus a Family Room or Den area with adjacent laundry hookup. Family room has French doors leading to back exterior open patio. Back yard is fenced and includes a storage shed. Kitchen includes all ali V Si Listed at $ 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE appliances. Very Spacious home for large family. Listed for $110,000 ID #4910 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 CORNER LOT BLOCK HOME Two spacious bedrooms, formal living and dining room, along with a family room that could easily be used as a 3rd bedroom. Inside laundry with newer water heater. Attached 2 car carport along with a covered porch. Listed for $69,000 ID #2525 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 COZY HOME 3 bedroom 1 bath home with ceramic tile throughout, a large fenced back yard, and 1 vehicle carport. Listed for $59,900 ID #121 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 SPACIOUS LIVING 2 bedroom 2.5 bath Contemporary home with breakfast bar, nook, and family room. Both bedrooms have their own private bath. This home has a large screened porch, and a 2 car garage. Reduced to $209,900 ID #866 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 OLD FLORIDA STYLE HOME with hardwood floor, 1 car attached garage, fenced back yard and loads of potential! 2 bedrooms with a bonus room that could be used for a 3rd bedroom. Reduced to $39,900 ID #527 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 GREAT LOCATION Don't miss out on this wonderful home! Beautiful details and ready to move into. Great location and not far from Hwy 27. Newly remodeled with new large ceramic tile, carpet, fresh paint, modern kitchen cabinets, beautiful bathroom vanities and fixtures, and a new well pump. Features a large 17X10 rear screened porch overlooking a quiet shaded lot with a very large metal storage shed. Reduced to $67,900 ID #2073 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comHISTORIC CHARM Spacious 3 bed 2 bath fenced corner lot home that is over 1/2 acre. This home has a wrap-around porch, hard wood flooring, and multiple fireplaces. Formal dining room leads to an open deck. Split bedroom plan, eating space in kitchen, inside utili d l detached g R www.primeplusr 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE ity, and a large detached garage/workshop. Listed at $61,750 ID #101 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 www.primeplusrealestate.comCOZY TOWNHOUSE 2 Bedroom 2 bath with a split floor plan, family room, screened porch and 1 car garage. Reduced to $43,500 ID #4410 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comCONTEMPORARY POOL HOME Spacious 4 bedroom 2 bath Contemporary home with an in-ground screened pool, breakfast bar, family room, cathedral ceilings, and 2 car garage. Listed for $119,900 ID #309 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040www .primeplusrealestate.comLAKE FRONT HOME Spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath lakefr ont home with screened in ground pool, breakfast bar, laundry room, screened patio, 1 car garage with attached 1 vehicle carport, and a large storage shed with an additional carport. This property sits on almost 3 acres of land, with a beautiful view of Lake Pierce. Reduced to $139,900 ID #4430 PRIME PLUS REAL EST ATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comTWO STORY HOME 4 bed r ooms 3 baths with plenty of charm and character. This beautiful 2 story home features shaded lot with fenced back yard, in-ground pool and workshop. History abounds with hardwood floors, fireplace with ornate mantle in living room, and Florida room with plenty of windows overlooking the pool and porch area. New r oof and electrical has been updated. Listed for $124,900 ID #835 PRIME PLUS REAL EST ATE INC. 863-676-7040www .primeplusrealestate.comSPACIOUS HOME Nice 3 bedroom 2 bath home with tile floor throughout, large open kitchen with new range & hood, family room, laundry room, a covered patio, sizable back yard, and a 2 vehicle carport. Listed at $89,900 ID #105 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTA TE INC. 863-676-7040 www.primeplusrealestate.comGOLF COMMUNITY HOME 2 Bedroom 2 bath townhouse with breakfast bar, Florida room, screened porch, and 1 vehicle carport. Listed for $59,900 ID #2618 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 MODERN 3 BED 2 BATH s all applia All tan Listed at $ www.primeplusr ,r LLCFrostproof Realty707 CURRAN STLAKE WALESVery nice 3 Bedrooms, 2 bath homesits on the shores of Lake Warren.Has formal living and dining room,family room with fireplace, screenedin back porch over looking lake.--: Asking $129,900Melba C. Taylor,Realtor/Broker i10 N. Scenic Hwy.Frostproof, FL 33843HOME ON 40 ACRES!Custom 4 bedroom, 4 bath homeon 40 fenced acres. Cathedralceilings & hand scraped wood floors.Impressive kitchen with granite rgcounters & high end appliances.1200 sq ft shop w/elec & water.#230245. x.. N r .$995,000Cheryl Brantley10LZ -Broker(863) 465-0881z-R 1-888-267-8078www. brantleyproperties. net


\004 fntb \r\004\004 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE MODERN 3 BED 2 BATH split plan. Featur es: all appliances, breakfast nook. Master includes His & Hers walk-inclosets; Master Bath includes Garden tub plus separate shower & Sliding doors to Screened in Patio/Lanai. Large open floor plan, 2 car garage, Laundry room. Reduced to $174,900 ID #232 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 www.primeplusrealestate.comTWO STORY CORNER LOT HOME Main home of fers 2 bedroom and 2 bath downstairs, a spacious eat in kitchen, with an open formal dining and living room. 3rd bedroom and loft up stairs offer a great view of below. There's a cozy screened front porch, a large open sun deck in the back, and detached inlaw apartment with full kitchen and bath that is being sold furnished. Perfect for family or a rental. Additional out building could serve as a workshop. Listed for $99,900 ID #319 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 www.primeplusrealestate.comLAKE ASHTON HOME Nice 3 bedroom 2 bath home with breakfast bar, closet pantry, granite countertops, new dishwasher, new large range, and new disposal. This home features a Florida room with a wet bar, walk-in closet in master bed, his and hers sinks in master bath, laundry room with sink and cabinets, new carpet, and freshly painted interior. There's a screened porch with a private in-ground spa, 2 car garage, and an RV garage. Listed for $274,900 ID #4149 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comPOOL HOME 3 Bedroom 2 bath home with a fireplace, breakfast bar, and ample kitchen cabinet & counter space. The dining room has French doors that lead to the screened porch and out to the in-ground pool area. This home has a fenced back yard, large utility shed, and 2 car garage. Listed for $64,900 ID #700 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 www.primeplusrealestate.comLAKE FRONT HOME 2 Bedroom 2 bath block home which sits on just a little over an acre of beautifully shaded land. This home features a dual fireplace that faces the living room and master bedroom, breakfast bar, laundry room, and 2 vehicle carport. Enjoy the beautiful view of Lake Walk-In-Water from the rear screened porch. It also includes a utility shed, as well as a storage area, workshop and sea wall. Listed for $159,900 ID #4343 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 www.primeplusrealestate.comCORNER LOT HOME Nice 3 bedroom 2 bath with granite countertops, new range hood, new carpet, and freshly painted interior. The glass sliding doors in the family room lead to a screened back porch. There's also a fenced back yd d id 2 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE yard, and side entry 2 car garage. Listed for $109,900 ID #975 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 CORNER LOT POOL HOME Spacious 4 bedroom 2 bath with newer a/c. Open living/dining combo with a wall of sliding doors leading to in ground pool. Pool is in need of repair. Listed for $55,000 ID #847 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comSUNRAY CORNER LOT HOME 2 bedroom 1 bath block home with central heat and air is located on a corner lot. Eat in kitchen, screened back porch that overlooks fenced back yard with a block storage building. Listed at $37,900 ID#247 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 CUTE REMODELED Home has many improvements including: new roof, 200 amp electric, water line to ice maker. Interior remodeled in 2006, windows replaced. Family Room could be converted to 3rd bedroom. Laundry r oom approx.12'x 8' could be converted to 1/2 or full bath. Appliances included. Home is well maintained on corner lot with privacy. Lake Access with dock, some boat slips, Super Fishing! Reduced to $48,000 ID#6933 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 www.primeplusrealestate.com2004 CONTEMPORARY HOME 3 bedroom 2 bath home with cathedral ceilings, pantry closet, pass-through window, ample cabinet space, eat-in kitchen, dual sinks in master bath, inside laundry, and 2 car garage, reduced to $89,900 ID #1033 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 8636 676-7040 WATERFRONT HOME 3 bedroom 2 Bath located on just over an acre on beautiful Lake Rosalie. 2 boat docks and private boat ramp. Split bedroom floor plan, stainless appliances, granite counters in kitchen and baths. Wood burning fireplace $399,900 ID #10764 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comBEAUTIFUL LAKEFRONT PROPERTY Spacious living area, FP in Living Rm., split bedroom plan, Screened Porch across back of home. Sliding Doors from Dining Room to porch plus from Master Bed. Recessed hot tub (As"Is") sliding doors to access. Oversized 2 car garage plus exterior storage shed. Private open porch entry to front of home. Private Dock and Boat Ramp, listed for $239,000 ID #1671 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comSPACIOUS 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH ON CORNER LOT. Formal Living Room plus large Family Room, Open Kitchen with upgraded counter tops a 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE with upgraded counter tops and cabinets, DW included. Kitchen overlooks Dining Room, split bedroom floor plan. 14' x 12' Master Bedroom with walk-in closet and private Master Bath with open shower. $109,900 ID# 105 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE, INC. 863-676-7040.www.primeplusrealestate.comAVON PARK---WE HAVE SEVERAL HOMES FOR SALE all are priced to sell quickly, some with lake view, great investment opportunity; call today for more information or stop by our office for details and map. PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 or visit online SEBRING---WE HAVE MANY LISTINGS IN SEBRING AREA, HOMES, CONDOS, Priced Low, call 863-6767040 today for more information or stop by our office PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. or visit online atwww.primeplusrealestate.comCONDOS GREAT WINTER RETREAT OR GET AWAY Completely Furnished, includes Washer (no dryer), Ceramic Tile throughout, bedroom has carpet, screened porch has ceramic tile, roof new 2009; Amenities include: Pool, Rec. Room, Clubhouse, lake access, spa, tennis courts, shuffleboard, basketball, mini-golf, bocci ball, gym, library; listed at $40,000 ID #905 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 www.primeplusrealestate.comSUPER CLEAN 1ST FLOOR END UNIT Unfurnished and Move in Ready! Great views of lagoon, fountain, pool and club house. Walking distance to pool, tennis court and club house. Formal Dining Room, Kitchen with all Appliances plus closet pantry and breakfast bar. Large Family / Fla. room. Master bedroom has sliding doors to family room, plus walk-in closet and nice Master bath. Laundry room is between Master and 2nd bedrooms. 2nd bedroom has sliding doors to private side patio. $89,900 ID# 6101 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE, INC. 863-676-7040. MOBILE HOMES BARGAIN PRICED 3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home with open kitchen, large master and utility shed. Listed for $39,900 ID #5421 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 CONTEMPORARY HOME 3 Bedroom 2 bath mobile home with a wood burning fireplace, a large kitchen with ample cabinet and counter space, as well as an island with breakfast bar. The master bed features a walk-in closet, dual sinks in master bath and shower. Reduced to$59,900 ID #604 PRIME PLUS REAL E www.primeplusr 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE #604 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comCOUNTRY LIVING 2 Bedroom 2 bath double wide mobile home near Lake Rosalie public boat ramp. Features breakfast bar in kitchen overlooking living room/dining room, inside utility, glass sliding doors in dining room that lead out to an open patio deck, and a storage shed. Very private and wooded with almost 5 acres. Listed at $54,900 ID #12747 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comCOMMERCIAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Already established Tanning Salon with an established clientele base. All tanning equipment is included and consists of a total of 10 rooms with 9 beds and 1 stand up booth. All equipment was purchased brand new in Jan/June of 2008. A T-Max Wireless System is also included. All tan ning lotion inventory that is present at the time of closing will be included. Listed for $59,900 ID #1388 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 www.primeplusrealestate.comCOMMERCIAL BUILDING Located in historic downtown Lake Wales. This space could provide you with the exposure needed to allow your business to continue to grow. There are two private parking spaces in the alley, along with street parking for your customers. Curr ent open floor plan will allow so many options. Listed for $79,900 ID #122 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 www.primeplus VACANT LAND WATERFRONT COMMUNITY Multiple lots zoned for single families in a golf course & gated community. Half acre and larger listed at $3,000 l ID #ILE PRIME PLUS R www.primeplusr 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE This home feat All tan per lot. ID #ILE PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-6767040 www 6 PLUS ACRES WITH POND Great place to build your new home! 6+ acres with pond ( part of pond is on adjacent parcel.) A few deed r estrictions, gated and rolling ridge to build. Well and Septic required. Buyer responsible to obtain survey, elevation cer tificate. Buyer is advised to verify easements, etc. with county. Listed for $48,000 ID #LT6 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTA TE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comWATERFRONT PROPERTY Beautifully cleared property just under 1/2 of an acre. Located on Lake Venus in Waverly, FL just minutes from Hwy 27. Zoned for single family use. Asking $24,000 ID# 0001 PRIME PLUS REAL EST ATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comVACANT RESIDENTIAL LOT with building potential. Completely cleared with access to city water and sewer. located just minutes from historic downtown Lake Wales. Listed for $8,000 ID# 8155 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 BEAUTIFUL 1 ACRE LOT ready and waiting for you to build the home of your dreams. Location will give you the feeling of being out in the country, but you are only a turn away from Hwy 27. Owner is motivated and will consider all offer! Reduced to $9,000 ID #8069 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comBUILDABLE LOT 2 Cleared acres located near Babson Park, just minutes from boat ramp to Crooked Lake, ready and waiting for you to build the home of your dreams. County will allow a manufactured home or a single family home. P has a 448 sq. ft. b Listed at $ 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE Property has a 448 sq. ft. building onsite. Listed for $90,000 ID #7953 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863676-7040 RESIDENTIAL LOT Residential building lot zoned for single family home use. Located in Babson Park just minutes from boat ramp to Cr ooked Lake. Listed at $8,000 ID #SUN PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comWATERFRONT LOT An amazing opportunity to own one of the last few waterfront lots on crooked lake. This breath taking piece of property is mostly cleared with large beautiful oak trees, ready and waiting for you to build the home of your dreams. Listed for $140,000 ID #TRL PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040www.primeplusrealestate.comHALF ACRE LOT located in golf course and waterfront gated community. Ready for you to build the home of your dreams. Owner is also selling neighboring lot, he's motivated and will consider all offers. Listed for $3,000 ID #911 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 www.primeplusrealestate.comHOME SITE Nice half Acre lot located in Beautiful Area of Homes. Growing Region Centrally Located between Winter Haven and Lake Wales. Partially Cleared and ready to Build your First Home. Listed at $21,900 id #cc PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. (863) 6767040 WOODED HOME SITE! 2 Acres of Beautiful Woods in deed restricted community to build your new home! Not too far from Public Boat Ramp into Lake Rosalie. Owner Motivated and will look at all Reasonable Offers! $39,900 id# 11209 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC (863) 676-7040. www.primel l Active Adult LivingCommunity, Friendships & Fun! HIGHLANDSFull Amenities REALTORCable TV Lawn Mowing OF THE YEAR!All for Only $85/monthRealty Plus IIModel home Open Daily. Located at 17 Jasmine St., Lake PlacidCall Sue Clark @ 863-441-0969 www.sueclark.orgi 3 r t s a i: 1,air t{.;' '('r `} ice.DEEDED LAKE ACCESS TO LAKE JUNEAffordable two bedroom one and one half bath offers gorgeous new kitchen with sol iLisurface countertops and huge bar that seats six that opens to great room with wooel-burning fireplace, oversized screened porch.$64,900 Carol S. Edwardscse' csedwards.netGo to and click on mis #227534for all the pictures and additional info. 563-441-2994814 Charles StFrostproof1Flt tiYJ'b t3 bedroom 1 full bath, concreteblock home, corner lot, family r. .<'room could be 4th bedroom,screen in porch, fenced yard. .Asking $92,500Bring Offer! 14 it a x NO"0 rMichelle K. Hutto, Broker-Ownerrealtygirl@juno.com245 S. Scenic Hwy., Frostproof, FL 33843863.635.0030 Fax: 863-635-0031 Cell: 863-528-1136www.Keystone-RealEstate.NETRelax and Enjoy Living atFountain Place Apartments1 & 2 Bedroom Homes Available1410 North Wilson Ave.Bartow, FL 33830 Fountain Place863-534-3034I www, A PA R i X11 N i SZ6 77_,


\016\004\004 brffnt \005 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE plusrealestate.comUNIQUE WOODED PROPERTY partially cleared to build your home. Single Family use only in Gated Community. Over 5 Acres overlooks marsh on the south side of Lake Rosalie. Public Access to Lake Rosalie within a short drive. Deed restrictions and Very Private Location. Great natural surroundings and Peaceful! $39,900. ID# 11 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE, INC. 863-676-7040 www.primeplusr Two handy person specials. 937 Harrell Ave Frostproof 2 bedroom 1 bath $15,000. and 21 Argyle Ave Frostproof 3 bedroom, 1 bath $17,500. "AS IS" Cash only. Frostproof Realty, LLC 863-635-4246ph 551 CR 630A Frostproof 3 bedroom, 1 bath concrete block home on approx 1.5 acres. Central air and heat, metal roof, Cathedral ceiling, single carport. Asking only $69,900. Frostproof Realty, LLC 863-635-4246ph 1821 Hwy 630 Frostproof Cozy 2 bedroom, 1 bath home, on large lot outside of city limits, single carport. Also has single wide m/h on property with 2 bedrooms/1 bath. Asking $49,900. Frostproof Realty, LLC 863-635-4246ph 860 Keen Rd. Frostproof Vacant Lakefront Lot Great location in quiet neighborhood on Beautiful Little Crooked Lake. Not far from Hwy 27. 1+ acre. asking $65,000. Frostproof Realty, LLC 863-635-4246ph Have several vacant lots in Big Sun Ray -Frostproof 75x120+/-. Prices range $6500. $8500 call for more details.Frostproof Realty, LLC 863-635-4246ph 105 Charles St Frostproof 3 Bedrooms, 2 bath home, 2 Florida rooms, split bedroom plan with ceramic tile floors through out whole house. Single garage, Metal roof, detached utility building. Asking $55,900. Frostproof Realty, LLC Ph 863-6354246 158 Spurlock Rd Frostproof 2 bedroom, 2 bath single wide mobile home on approx 75X150 lot outside of city limits. Split bedroom p 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE plan, fenced in yard, utility building, largecarport.Asking $42,000. Frostproof Realty, LLC Ph 863-6354246 2367 US Hwy 98 Frostproof Cozy place to call home out in the country on 1.23 acres +/-. Single wide mobile home has 2 bedroom, 1 bath with extra large carport, fence in back yard. Asking $42,000. Frostproof Realty, LLC Ph 863-6354246 262 Walter Ave Frostproof Very nice home on large corner lot. Home has 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bath, eat-inkitchen, large living room, spacious front porch, bonus room on back of home with extra 8X7 storage room, single carport and 2 utility buildings. Asking $59,500. Frostproof Realty, LLC ph 863-635-4246 260 Walter Ave Frostproof Spacious 2 bedroom 1.5 bath home. Move in condition, bonus room, Florida room, Central air and heat, Single carport, Utility building, plus more. Asking $64,900. Frostproof Realty, LLC ph 863-635-4246 Frostproof Realty, LLC 863-635-4246 1090 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE BARTOW 1990 Creff 26 X 36 2BD 2BA, Lg screen porch, Carport $8,000.00 906-393-0009 Palm Harbor Homes limited time offer! $5K towards any exterior package. We have 24 wide, 26, 28 & 30 wide homes. 3 stock units reduced 26K, Homes from the $60's or 800-622-2832 *Se habla espanol 1110 OUT OF AREA HOMES 37 ACRE MIDDLE TN FARM with 13 acre lake, nice home. Selling at Absolute Auction, Memorial Day. Van Massey Auction Lic 1711. (931)433-8686 Visit DEVELOPER FORCED LIQUIDATION Smoky Mtn. Lake Property Priced @ Foreclosure/Short sale. Up to 100% Financing/5% interest. Hurry-Only 30 Reservations available! (877)551-0550 ext 100 1110 OUT OF AREA HOMES DEVELOPER FORCED LIQUIDATION Smoky Mtn. Lake Property Priced @ Foreclosure/Short sale. Up to 100% Financing/5% interest. Hurry-Only 30 Reservations available! (877)551-0550 ext 100 NC Mtns near Lake Lure. New cabin on 1.5 acres, huge porches, vaulted ceiling, 1,200sf, ready to finish. $74,900 Call 828-286-1666 %*$)*&#!$& #&*,!-&&"'"*+( 1210 HOMES FOR RENT 3 bedroom 2.5 baths one with jacuzzi tub, full finished walkout basement with extra rooms and family room. Located on 2/3 acres ravine lot. 1 car attached garage via mud room. Beach Park school district. Basement has laundry room with washer/dryer. Excellent location in great neighborhood. Available 10/1/2014. Tenants pay utilities. $1600 monthly. Call Sharon @ (847) 707-9886 317 9th St Frostproof, 2/1 house $550.00/month SD $550. Wesley at Keystone Realty Inc. 863-5288265, 863-635-0030 814 Charles St, Frostproof 3/1 concrete block home, appliances, screen enclosed back porch, corner lot, fenced in back yard For Sale $92,500 and For Rent in November sometime $825.00. Ask Michelle for an appointment 863-5281136 Keystone Realty Inc. 863-635-0030. 10 Keen Rd Unit 3Frostproof: 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath Villa Apt., Furnished All inclusive, power, water, cable and internet Long term rental $1000.00/month. Call Cindy 863-528-0366. Keystone Realty Inc. 863-6350030. 10 Keen Rd Unit 2Frostproof: Two bedroom 2 bath, Furnished and all inclusive with power, water, cable and internet service. Call Cindy 863-528-0366. Keystone Realty Inc. 863-635-0030. Keystone Realty Inc. 245 S. Scenic Hwy. Frostproof, FL 33843 Office: 863-635-0030 Fax: 863-635-0031 Cell: 863-528-1136www.Keystone-RealEstate.NET LAKEWALES *2 houses forRENT 2Bd/1Ba, $600 monthly $450 deposit... Call 863-676-5066 NOCALLS after 9pm Lake Wales REMODELED DUPLEXNear LWHS, this 2 BD/ 2 BA duplex has a one car garage with new flooring, paint, kitchen and much more. $750/ month, SD $750. Call Cole Vogel at Legacy Real Estate Center, Inc. 863-6760333 and visit www. Large 3br/ 2ba. Unfurnished home for rent w/ view of Lake Wales lake. $900 per month. First & last month plus security. 863-604-3107. 1210 HOMES FOR RENT Winter Haven Spacious 3 BD/ 2BA that features split floor plan, vaulted ceilings, screen room and private back yard. Located in Lake Daisy Estates, a quiet and well maintained subdivision for $1,100/ month, SD $1,100. Call Cole Vogel at Legacy Real Estate Center, Inc. 863-676-0333 and visit Frostproof SITUATED ON +2 ACRES, SPACIOUS 3 BR/3 BA home has screen porches on front and back, indoor utility room and lots of storage space. Across the street from Lake Reedy. $850/month, SD $850. Call Maggie Stohler at Legacy Leasing Services, Inc 863-676-0024 or visit Lake Wales 3BR/2BA 2150 sq ft home! Formal living and dining rooms. Family room and large eat in kitchen with lots of cabinet space and pantry. Indoor utility room with washer/dryer. Master bathroom has garden tub, double sinks and toilet closet. No pets. $1100/month, SD $1100. Call Maggie Stohler at Legacy Leasing Services, Inc 863-676-0024 or visit Lake Wales Very clean, 3BR/2BA home with new flooring and paint throughout. Split floor plan, large screened porch, two car garage, washer and dryer available to use. Near Warner University. No Pets. $1100/month, SD $1100. Call Joni Gerard at Legacy Leasing Services, Inc 863676-0024 or visit www.LegacL 1210 HOMES FOR RENT g Commercial Lake WalesGreat exposure on Highway 27! 2400 Square feet of commercial space on Highway 27. Spacious finished showroom with plenty of light. Storage area in back with 3 bay doors. Separate office and storage area. Bonus storage shed. Circular drive offers easy access. 2+ fenced acres with locked gate. $1800/month, SD $1000. Call Maggie Stohler atLegacy Leasing Services, Inc863-676-0024 or visit www.LegacyLeases.com225 E. Park Ave. Lake Wales, FL 33853 ($-'$!.$"&)$" +-!.,)&""-#-$%* 1214 UNFURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT 3/2/1 basic appl included. $800 mo. 3/1 w/fenced yard & carport, basic appl inc $475. mo (863) 873-6099 1300 DUPLEXES FOR RENT SEBRING 2 STORY townhome, 3 bedr oom, 2 1/2 bath, 1 car garage, no pets, non-smokers, $800 mo. 863381-4610. 1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT Apartment for rent. 1 br on Lake Grassy. Season only. 3 month min. $850 month 863-289-3895 1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT 140 Pear Ave Frostproof, Fl 33843 863-635-9597 TDD: 711 1&2Bedrooms Available 1 Bedrooms start at $481 2 Bedrooms start at $547Cozy apartments with central a/c & heat, carpet, tile, washer/dryer hook ups and much moreThis institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. 1324 UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS RELAX AT Lake Isis Villas Luxurious *2 BR/2 Bath Apartment. Clean & Quiet Setting. 863-453-2669 1390 VACATION/ SEASONAL RENTALS Double wide mobile home for Rent on Beautiful Lake Istokpoga ~nice large 2/bed, private boat ramp & Dock. Come relax & fish! furnished includes electric & water..seasonal rental of 5 months or longer. at $1,400 per month. 561-6627170 1420 WANTED TO RENT North Carolina Mountains Bryson City. OWNER FINANCING, NO INTEREST. 2.54acres. Spectacular View. High Altitude. Easily accessible $35,000. Owner financing, no interest, 10% down! Owner 352-232-6959 RENTAL WANTED February 2015. Furnished house, senior couple, have no pets, Sebring area preferred, 423566-4386. 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\005 fntb \r\004\004 1420 WANTED TO RENT NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS! Fall & Winter vacations! Cabins, Condos, Homes. Pets welcome! Nightly, Weekly & Monthly. Best rates. Boone, Banner Elk, Blowing Rock. Foscoe Rentals 1-800-723-7341 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 10 ACRES HWY. 544 HAINES CITY. 330 ft. frontage on State Rd. 544, in the middle of industrial uses and adjoining a large office/warehouse complex. Currently planted to productive citrus while waiting for development. 4 well for citrus irrigation. It is within the city limits of Haines City. Land use is BPM ( Business Park-Modified) Property is shown by appointment. Asking $ 475,000. Possible conservative owner finance. All detail on web site 512-D Mary L. Adsit, Realtor 863-285-7118 20 Blue Jordan Road -Frostproof, Corner 1 acre lot paved roads with an oversized concrete block garage or workshop with unfinished bathroom, lots of storage cabinets, electrical outlets and light fixtures, unknown well and septic conditions. No HOA feesAsking only $45,000 OBO Call Michelle 528-1136 Keystone Realty Inc. 863-6350030 Keystone Realty Inc. 245 S. Scenic Hwy. Frostproof, FL 33843 Office: 863635-0030 Fax: 863-6350031 40 ACRE HAMLIN GROVE South of Lake Buffum. 8 inch irrigation well, previous MH power pole and 4 well if you wanted to move a replacement MH there. John Deere Diesel power unit irrigates the grove all at one time. Grove is shown by appointment. Price $ 200,000. Please refer to my web site for additional info. Tab Citrus 341-C Mary L. Adsit, Realtor 863 285 7118 PREVIOUS BANK FORECLOSURE, 5 acres up to 30 acres, FROM 14,900 NEW community, mountain views 40,000 acre Lake minutes away, Trout streams, creeks, adjoins State Lands, excellent financing. Call 877-520-6719 or Remax 423756-5700 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE 32.7 Acres South side Hwy. 60. Property located on the West side of the United Parcel operation and is East of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Aprx. 300 Hwy. frontage beside UPS and aprx. 600 frontage on West side of KFC. The property is not in the city limits but would be a good prospect for annexation and future land use of either Commercial or Industrial. County FLU is BPC1X which if very flexible. There is a 12 City water line on the frontage and there is city water to the property in addition to a 4 well. There is an old house (about 1921) in disrepair and a horse barn. Property is fenced. South line goes to the City of Lake Wales Water Treatment plant. Asking price $654,000. All detail on web site Mary L. Adsit, Realtor 863-285-7118 Clinch LakeFrostproof LAKEFRONT PROPERTY ON CLINCH LAKE. 1.64 Acres 150 along the water, lots of mature oak trees, paved street, Greatly Reduced Now Asking Only $139,900.00. Call Cindy 863-528-0366, Keystone Realty Inc. 863-6350030. Keystone Realty Inc. 245 S. Scenic Hwy. Frostproof, FL 33843 Office: 863-635-0030 Fax: 863-635-0031 Cell: 863-528-1136www.Keyston-RealEstate.NET SEBRING COUNTRY Estates building lot. City water. Great school district. Close to shopping. 4212 Talbot Street. FSBO. Asking $4500 OBO. Call (941)356-8947. Stuart Ave. Vacant Lot $23,999 Commerical or Residentail. Beautiful lot with georgeous mature oak tree, clost to 27, downtown shops and businesses perfect for home or business, zoned C2R. Motivted Seller, Make offer Call Cindy 863-528-0366 Keystone Realty, Inc &0!)5-569<6!7 <6#0!&.!)5-0 !*35.-0!' &%%+8/4=:1$4:$1(%%4$22 18+8/4(%"84(;=11;$$,14(' Tennessee Mountains NEW CABIN $149,900 3 BR, 2.5 BA, "sold as is" 28.5 Acres, Creeks, Mountain Views, Trout Stream, Minutes to Watts Bar Lake Power, Roads, Financing Call 877-520-6719 or Remax 423-756-5700 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE Frostproof VACANT LOTS: 39.4 Acres of Grove, Mullinsville Road, Frostproof3 separate parcels, Mostly Valencia's, some Hamlin's Asking $10,000/acre OBO Call Wesley for more details 863-528-8265, Keystone Realty Inc. 863-635-0030. 418 Gallardia DriveIndian Lake Estates. Asking $5,000. Call Wesley 863528-8265. Keystone Realty Inc. 863-635-0030. 21 Alabama St.Double lot with large oak tree on a dead end paved street asking $6,000.00. Call Michelle, Keystone Realty Inc. 863635-0030. Kelly Ridge Road2.5 Acres in West Frostproof Area. Asking only 12,000.00 OBO. Call Michelle, Keystone Realty Inc. 863-6350030. Deer Road1 Acre lot in Lake Reedy Estates. Asking only $25,000.00. Call Wesley, Keystone Realty Inc. 863-635-0030. 1943 Old Grove TrailFrostproof Blue Jordan. Asking $29,000.00. Call Wesley, Keystone Realty Inc. 863-635-0030. 1987 Old Grove TrailFrostproof Blue Jordan. Asking $29,000.00. Call Wesley, Keystone Realty Inc. 863-635-0030. South Scenic HwyFrostproof near 11th Street, Asking $30,000.00. Call Wesley, Keystone Realty Inc., 863-635-0030. 8th Street FrostproofThree lots. Asking $35,000.00. Call Michelle 863-528-1136, Keystone Realty Inc. 863-635-0030. South Lake Reedy BlvdFrostproof Deeded LAKEFRONT on Reedy Lake, enough room to build a dock, across the street is nearly a 3/4 acre lot with lots of mature oaks with room to build a single family residence or a tri-plex. $40,000.00 OBO Broker owned, Contact Michelle 863-528-1136. Keystone Realty Inc. 863-635-0030. 20 Blue Jordan RoadFrostproofCorner 1 acre lot with concrete block storage or workshop building, Asking $45,000.Call Michelle 863-528-1136. Keystone Realty Inc. 863-635-0030. North Scenic Hwy. Double lot in the corner of C Street and Scenic Hwy, Asking $53,500.00 OBO. Call Michelle 863-528-1136. Keystone Realty Inc. 863635-0030. Clinch LakeFrostproof LAKEFRONT PROPERTY ON CLINCH LAKE. 1.64 Acres 150 along the water, lots of mature oak trees, paved street, Great Reduced Now Asking Only $139,900.00. Call Cindy 863-528-0366, Keystone Realty Inc. 863635-0030. Keystone Realty Inc. 245 S. Scenic Hwy. Frostproof, FL 33843 Office: 863-635-0030 Fax: 863-635-0031 Cell: 863-528-1136www.Keyston-RealEstate.NET #561'4!!-*.0! 6$2$"( -$"/$5, -*%04)$3, 35/4+$&., 35/414", 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE US 27 Race Trac/Home Depot neighborhood. 5.63 acres, 1,014 ft. West side US 27 frontage. Race Trac joins on South and is across 27 from Home Depot. This is a controlled intersection. Asking price is $ 1,068,000. And owner is motivated to sell! All details web site Mary L. Adsit, Realtor 863-2857118 1515 WATERFRONT North Carolina Mountain Lakefront lots. New gated waterfront community. Dockable lots with up to 300' of shoreline, Low insurance, Low property tax. Call Now (800)709-5253 North Carolina Mountain Lakefront lots. New gated waterfront community. Dockable lots with up to 300' of shoreline, Low insurance, Low property tax. Call Now (800)709-5253 1520 OUT OF TOWN LOTS NC mountain property must go. 4.5 acres with outstanding views and privacy. $25,000 OBO, great for home or cabin. (828)394-9298. Ask for Richard NC mountain property must go. 4.5 acres with outstanding views and privacy. $25,000 OBO, great for home or cabin. (828)394-9298. Ask for Richard NC MTNS Near Lake Lure New cabin on 1.5 acres, huge porches, vaulted ceiling, 1,200sf, ready to finish. $74,900 Call 828-286-1666 TENNESSEE MOUNTAINS NEW CABIN $149,900 3BR, 2.5 BA, sold as is 28.5 Acres, Creeks, Mountain Views ,Trout Stream, Minutes to Watts Bar Lake Power, Roads, Financing Call 577-520-6719 or Remax 423-756-5700 1620 COMMERCIAL/ INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY 116 S. Dixie Dr Frostproof Unique Property with lake access to Clinch lake, lake view and canal frontage. This stilt home has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath upstairs. Balcony has spectacular view overlooking lake and canal. Unfinished downstairs has laundry area and 1/2 bath. Would not take much to finish this area. Security gate shared with neighbor. All for only $89,900.Melba Taylor, Broker/Realtor Frostproof Realty, LLC 863-635-4246 phone 877-637-1864 fax 198 a/c potential Commercial/Industrial development site. 3900+ ft. frontage 4 lane Hwy. 60, 2300 ft. frontage FL Midland Rail, 3400+ ft. frontage West Lake Wales Rd. Adjoins City of Lake Wales West boundary, Industrial land use on West side. Short distance from proposed Central Polk Parkway. Natural gas available. Great location for the next big Industrial/Commercial development for Lake Wales. Ideal site to compliment CSX off site operations. 152-A on web site. Mary L Adsit, Realtor THE LANDLADY 5757 Trask Road Ft. Meade, FL 33841 Office 863-285-7118 Fax 863-285-8888 Cell 863-698-5377 1620 COMMERCIAL/ INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY $2,000 moves you in No Credit Necessary Owner Financing Over 100 fixer uppers available in the state. Go to: (352) 414-1862, Len. 2.68 a/c, 5 Lincoln Ave., Lake Wales. Also has frontage on J.A. Wiltshire Ave. Fenced, adjoins rail and possible siding use available. Industrial zoning. 5 buildings for industrial use and/or storage. Possible owner finance. $ 395,000. 514-D on web site. Mary L Adsit, Realtor THE LANDLADY 5757 Trask Road Ft. Meade, FL 33841 Office 863-285-7118 Fax 863-285-8888 Cell 863-698-5377 Web Site AGRICULTURAL STORAGE 3+acres, Enclosed in 6 Chain link, wide entry gate, stabilized drive area, 2150 sq. ft. enclosed and used for 2 air conditioned offices inside storage. 4281 sq. ft. covered outside open storage. Land use A/RR, must be an agricultural use. One inside storage area is 44 deep, 19 wide with access door to accommodate a semi-trailer. Located Rhoden Loop Road North. All details 142-A on my web site Shown by appointment only. Mary L. Adsit, Realtor 863285-7118 HWY. 60 POTENTIAL. Property has over 2300 ft. frontage on FL Midland Rail right of way. All detail on my web site 152-A Mary L. Adsit, Realtor 863285-7118 Lake WalesCONVENIENT LOCATION Nice office space in downtown Lake Wales on the corner of 1st Street and Central Avenue. Front entrance facing 1st Street with parking in rear. Rent $750.00 a month/$750.00 Security Deposit. Water included. Call Cole Vogel at Legacy Real Estate Center, Inc. 863-6760333 and visit Lake WalesOFFICE SPACEA second story office space in downtown Lake Wales with private entrance with beautiful, original hard wood floors from the 20's. Updated electrical and phone system. Over 2300 SF with three large conference areas, break room, reception area and ample private office options. Two restrooms service the space and every room has a view! Can be divide into smaller units. $1,500/month, SD $1,500. Call Cole Vogel at Legacy Real Estate Center, Inc. 863-6760333 and visit 1640 WAREHOUSE & STORAGE MINI BAYS, 10x14, $50. Warehouse 20x36, O/h doors & 12 ft ceiling. Water & Electric. (Across from HR hosp) 3955 US 27 S. 954 581-0258 or 954 298-5679 Norman 1650 FARMS/RANCHES 100 ACRE RANCH Includes 5 BR 4 bath 2 story home, 200+ year old Oak trees, landscaped yard, new cattle pens, fenced and cross fenced. Fish ponds, lots of shade for cattle, improved pasture. Frequently see Deer, Turkey, Hog, Coon, etc. Ideal for the small rancher and great for raising children. Hwy. 98 between Ft. Meade and Frostproof. All detail 139-A Shown by appointment. Mary L. Adsit, Realtor 863-285-7118. 2000EMPLOYMENT 2001 HELP WANTED A Few Pro Drivers Needed Top Pay & 401K Great Equipment & Benfefits 2 Mos. CDL Class A Driving Exp (877)258-8782 A Few Pro Drivers Needed Top Pay & 401K Great Equipment & Benfefits 2 Mos. CDL Class A Driving Exp (877)258-8782 ACT NOW! New Pay Increase! 3746 cpm. New Trucks in 2011. Need 2 months CDL-A Driving Experience. (877)258-8782 ACT NOW! New Pay Increase! 3746 cpm. New Trucks in 2011. Need 2 months CDL-A Driving Experience. 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