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Hall induction Local author works through

'a great honor

for Sebastian tragedy with first book
-for Sebastian

Growing up as a top high school on South Lake Reedy Blvd.
athlete, Don "Sebo" Sebastian constant-
ly and aggressively pushed himself to By JAMES COULTER his family, especially Hollis,
win, and doing FROSTPROOFNEWS@HEARTLAND- who had grown up along-
so required much NEWSPAPERS.COM side him almost as a sister.
effort to keep him- A prankster with a sense of
self in top physical For Amanda "Mandy" humor, he always made her
condition. Hollis, growing up in laugh, and it would be his
"There are Fostproof without many jokes that she would miss
times when you other famly members most.
want to give up aside from her parentsanHe was the funniest
or slack off, but grandparents, and espe- person that I have ever
in order to excel cially without any siblings, met," she said. "He makes
or to compete, her cousin MichaelWayne me laugh, and made me
you have to push Byrd Jr. was the closest want to laugh."
your body to the thing to a brother to her. Wishing to fill the hole left
DON SEBASTIAN limits to be ready -So whe a work-related within her life, and wanting
to participate or accident ook his life, his to preserve her cousin's
to compete, and if you don't put forth death left a huge impact on memories, Hollis decided to
the effort, you're not going to be able to her, his wife, and his three take on the year-long task
succeed with those that do," Sebastian children, leaving a hole of writing a romance novel
said. within their life that would in his memory. She will sign
Admittedly, he often pushed himself have to be refilled. copies of her book Thursday
too hard and too far to meet his person- It was a Friday at the end at 6:30 p.m. at Latt Maxcy
al goals, and sometimes he would hve of his work day and ork Memorial Library.
to accept his limits and remain satisfied 'ee Only a short time "'Aftr hepassed away, I
with what he had. remained until he would get wanted to take something
"We are told to be what you can off from work. He was driv- that I cod dedicate to him,-
be, but we find out that many cannot ing aiece of equipment and throughout the story,
achieve to be what hey want," he said. with a front loader on South tell a little bit about him,"
"You have to work at it to be happy with Lake Reedy Boulevard when she explained.
where you are : We can realize that apd he hit a bump. The weight In her novel, "Inside Out,"
be happy with where we are." of the front lod lached the protagonist Samantha
Regardless of whatever obstacles be- him off the machine and sinks deep into depression PHOTO PROVIDED
fell him, he constantly worked to over- onto the pavement, killing following the unexpected
come them. His hard work eventually him instantly. Frostproof author Mandy Hollis will hold a book sining at the Latt Maxcy
AME 112 is death was a shock to AUTHOR 112 Memorial Library on Thursday.

Sprlow's expansion right on target

Archery shop draws shooters from all across the Southeast

By BRIAN ACKLEY and beyond for the work done by when I come by.' We have a lot of that
BACKLEY@ HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM Bobbie Spurlock and his business clientele."
partner David Brinmlow, who opened They didn't move far, just down the
Spurlow's Archery Pro Shop has a their first store at the corner of Scenic block and to the other side of the street
reputation that goes as high as it does and East Wall seven years ago. at 30 East Wall (the former Frostproof
far. "We have regulars all the way from Hardware store), where they have
For example, there's an airline pilot Georgia that fly into Avon Park," much more room to service their far-
who, when his itinerary takes him to Spurlock said. "We have complete flung customer base.
Florida, has taken a quick side trip to Florida, and we deal with target archers For instance, the new location allows
Frostproof to visit the local business, from out of country. So say a guy from them an expanded shooting range, The new location means a bigger indoor
which recently outgrew its original Wall Argentina is coming to Disneyworld both longer (20 yards) and wider (six shooting range which is a convenience for
Street location. with his family, and he'll say 'I want customers who come from all across the state
Other hunters come from Georgia you to have this, this and this for me EXPANSION 112 and beyond.

=- -- Leaders laud Polk's only Bok Tower will
o new funds for battle was celebrate its
citrus disease fought 15 miles. 85th birthday
10 research west of

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Page 2 The News Wednesday, January 29,2014

Lake of the Hills celebrates Centennial
It-is 100 years strong, and looking
forward to another 100.
Lake of the Hills Community Club,
established Jan. 18, 1914, celebrat-
-ed their century Saturday with,a
Centennial -Celebihtion at the Historic
clubhouse,;locatep on -Starr Lake.
Johanna Buscher and Edward Esteve
were the masters of ceremonies.
The invocation was brought by the
Rev. Claudette Braswell of the First
United Methodist Church, Lake Wales.
"Today, we remember our fore- .
fathers who settled in this small, ,
unincorporated village called Lake of '
the Hills," she said.
STom Galloway, Lake of the Hills PHOTOS BY KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ
president, brought the Pledge of Lake of the Hills celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. The Centennial was observed last Saturday in an event well-attended by local county
Allegiance, followed by the Star and state celebrities.
Spangled Banner, courtesy of First
,Presbyterian Church Brass Ensemble years, said, "I remember my parents
and Joan Dick, song leader. so fondly here, and perhaps, even in
Keynote speakers included Tom this dress," gesturing to her historic
Galloway, reading greetings from Sen. attire.
Bill Nelson, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio Buscher called the community "a
and U.S. Rep Tom Rooney. place of beauty, hospitality, and civic
Johanna Buscher, whose parents relevance."
had lived on the lake a number of "The way we live our lives today will
Sbe our gift to those who pursue this
vision after us," she said.
A letter written by Florida
Agriculture Commissioner Adam
Putnam noted, "May you continue to
meet on this foundation for years to
s e w t come."
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd
spoke, noting historic garments worn
by some and looking at his uniform,
said, "We didn't start wearing uni-
forms until the 1950s."
And everyone laughed.
He noted, "If we don't remember
our past, we won't know where to go Sheriff Grady Judd visits with Cindy Turner before the event begins.
in the future." Lake Wales Mayor Gene Fultz spoke, littledog" that belonged to one of the
Then referring to the "Keeper of the noting, "Lake of the Hills was destined affectionate neighbors.
Spring" oft told by Peter Marshall, to become a great family community." "I'd hit the lake and sivim past your
a chaplain of the U.S. Senate, in County Commissioner Melony Bell property to t thr side of~,~e lake,"
which the town commission got rid urged residents to n inueo or he said. And everyoil laugw d.
of an older man who took care o6ithe efforts on stayinga Small, close-knit :Thievent was finished by alarge
springs in an effort to save mon ey, community ... because there's not reception with hors d oeuvres and a
only to find out what a, grdcontri many of those left." birt 4'ay cake.
bution he made .And this was after' Lovina Turner was one of the orig- Tf t message was simple.
weeds,'brush, treesaind other debris- inal residents on Starr Lake, noting "LOTH: 100" it said.
clogged the spring and turned the that her father and grandfather were ...One hundred years of memories:
water brown. They eventually rehired at the Bok Tower Dedication in 1929. spaghetti suppers, afternoon teas,
the man, and the spring improved. Robbie Shields, an active in the haunted houses with ghosts made of
Noting those in Lake of the Hills who Lake Wales Breakfast Rotary, works spaghetti in the clubihouse basement,
have contributed to the community at Florida's Natural Growers and with snack nights, children playing, water
in many ways, Judd said, "When iv the Lake Wales Soccer Club. He had a skiing arind barbecues, and more.
look at the last 100 years, you were the lot of good memories growing up on Andasurely, there will be 100 years
Keeper of the Spring." .:, the lake, he said, including a "vicious more.

Lake of the Hills President Tom Galloway
welcomes the crowd to the Centennial Gala, .
in which many of the attendees dressed in
historical attire.


Lovina Turner and her family were the first
residents who lived on Lake Starr. Lovina and
her two daughters spoke at the event. The crowd listened to a variety of speakers, many of whom had grown up on the banks of Starr Lake.

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Medical pot vote a long time coming

The Florida Supreme Court's Monday approval drive that won the amendment a spot on the
of ballot language for a constitutional amendment Our Viewpoint ballot.
legalizing medical marijuana virtually guarantees On the flip side of that assertion is the thinking
the state will join 20 states (and Washington, D.C.) that GOP opposition to the ballot measure, in-
that already allow it and eight states currently at 82 percent, with Democrats (87 percent) and cluding a legal challenge by Republican Attorney
considering legislation to do so. Voters will get a independents (88 percent) even more supportive. General Pam Bondi, was intended to protect Gov.
chance to decide the issue at the polls Nov. 4. The Supreme Court decision didn't come without Rick Scott from a tidal wave of pro-marijuana
Barring an unlikely change of heart among political baggage. Political analysts and opera- voters. Like Forrest Gump, we're inclined to believe
voters or outright fraud in a series of polls, tives have alleged the amendment is intended to "it's a little bit of both."
the amendment will easily surpass the 60 per- buoy voter turnout for presumptive Democratic We have long called for a new approach to mar-
cent threshhold required of ballot initiatives. nominee Charlie Crist. The former governor, who ijuana policy in Florida, especially with regard to
In a November Quinipiac Poll, 70 percent of switched parties after losing a U.S. Senate bid to medical marijuana. We look forward to a reasoned
Republicans expressed support for a medical Sen. Marco Rubio, works for attorney John Morgan, public debate of the issue that the amendment will
marijuana amendment. Overall support stood who personally bankrolled much of the signature bring.

Letters to the editor

Title: Cultivating you P i e

on Black History Month

It is important to know the ori- From 1967-1971 Cleveland, Ohio;
gins for Black History Month. The Carl Stokes served as mayor in a
Historical Educational Month was most important city
instituted in mid spring, late sum- From 1969-1983 New York;
met of 1915, established in 1916 Shirley Chisholm was the first
and founded in 1926 by Carter G. African-American female elected
Woodson, a member of the Omega to the U.S. Representatives then
Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. I am grateful Congress. --
for Dr. Carter G. Woodson complet- The list is extensive, in addition
ing extensive research on the histor- to. our leaders here in Polk County:
ical works on African-Americans in Timothy B. Jackson, Doris Moore ::
the United States. Bailey, Lynne Simpkins, Gow Fields,
In Vermont; 1836, Alexander L. Sylvia Blackmon Roberts, Stacy "
Twilight was elected to the State Campbell-Domineck, Deric Feacher,
Legislature Phillip Walker, Leo E. Longworth,
In Ohio; 1855, John Mercer was Ernest Joe Jr., Nathaniel Birdspng,
elected as town clerk of Brown helm Stacey Pough, Joe Halman, Wilfred
Township",. Smith and the list goes on.
In 1967, Thurgood Marshall What is more vital to note is our
became the first African-American
justice of the Supreme Court TERRELL I

Gov. Scott quick to take credit, deflect'blame

During Gov. Rick Scott's admin- is aware, engaged and determined to many Floridians.
istration, I can find areas where I u :la fix any problems that happen on his Families are being kicked out of
agree with his actions and numerous Paula Dockery watch. their homes for being behind on
areas where I don't. And on some The rollout of the federal health rent. Some are having their electric
issues on which he has reversed care website in October was an and water service disconnected
himself, I've had the opportunity to unquestionable disaster. while others are doing without food
do both. President Barack Obama, to his or medicine. Some can't buy gas to
But,: despite how any of us feel on c- ,:,.credit, admitted that it was ultimate- go look for a job.
any particular position, what has.. PaulalDockerycanbecontactedat :vly his responsibility, and he accepted What is particularly galling is his
become a disturbing trend in the fault and vowed to fix the website. response to the media. When he isn't
Scoft administration is his propen- Shortly after that botched rollout, avoiding them, he is evading their
sityfor claiming credit for anything When there is good news, we are ::Florida had one of its own. The questions.
good happening in the state, wheth- told that it is Scott's policies that are launch of CONNECT, Florida's When asked if it's his job to fix
er or not he had a direct role in the responsible. Let me be clear, when attempt to modernize its jobless- the faulty system, he deflects by
outcome while simultaneously the economy improves nationally claim-payment system, was far saying that it's his job to bring jobs
distancing himself or completely or statewide, I am more than happy from smooth. The 235,000 claimants to Florida. When reporters press
ignoring anything that goes wrong, to bestow praise on anybody who who use the system were met with him to take some responsibility for
even when he or his agencies have played any small part in it. To be fair, long wait times, slow speeds, error the problem and its consequences
had a direct role. Scott does deserve some credit. messages and being kicked'out of on people forced to do without, he
Scott has used every public ap- It would also be fair to say that the system. cheerily tells them to have a good
pearance to reinforce the notion many elected officials are more Three months and $63 million day.
that he is almost single-mindedly inclined to take credit than they are later, backlogged cases number Huh? That's it? Have a good day?
focused on creating jobs in the state, to accept blame. That's nothing new. some 60,000. Jesse Panuccio, the executive
He doesn't miss a ribbon-cutting or As voters, however, we expect and Not only hasn't Scott come forward director of Scott's Department
groundbreaking for any job-creation deserve to know what is happening to accept responsibility for this of Economic Opportunity, which
announcement, no matter how and what our chief executive is debacle but also he seems strangely
small. doing about it. We want to know he detached from the pain it is causing DOCKERY 15
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Wednesday, January 29, 2014 The News Page 5

The Inquiring


Would you be willing to

pay more in taxes if it

went directly to roads? Rita Yeager, Haines City Betty Johnson, Lake Wales Bonnie Smith, Lake Wales
No. We are already paying a 5 cents I suppose. I guess so. Coming from up North, the roads are
Sa gallon gasoline tax and that is pretty good here no potholes.
supposed to go for the roads. No, I think they could find better
things to spend tax money on.

TE in their education, community, life,
TER ELL assisting others in need who want
to do better and making a positive
FROM PAGE 4 difference in the world. Not tear-
ing down communities, littering,
young men and women. Black destroying properties, theft, dis-
History Month is not based on 22-, tributing drugs, etc. It is important
23-, 24-inch rims, grills, auto- to make a positive difference in the
mobiles, $200 pair of shoes nor world and stop chattering. Life is .
fashion. Black History Month is too short to not make a difference.
based on African-American citizens Dr. Shandale Terrell
making a positive impact lawfully Lakeland s. : T c i

AOD v n p of Labor Thomas Perez assured ..
Nelson that his folks would come
to Florida and focus on paying the
FROM PAGE 4 claims first and then onfixing the
technical problems.
oversees the CONNECT project, 'A Tampa TV report recently quot-
shares the governor's responsibility ed a lady with harsh words for the
avoidance techniques. During leg- governor. She said, while people
islative hearings on the problems, were hurting, Scott was sitting on
he seems content to lay all respon- his butt. If she could ask him why
sibility on Deloitte Consulting, the he wasn't engaged in helping her
vendor his agency selected and is and others like her, he might just
responsible for monitoring. tell her he was busy bragging about
While Panuccio has been de- all the good things happening in
manding that Deloitte fix the Florida.
technical glitches, thousands of Then he'd politely wish her a
Fl6ridians desperate for their de- good day. PHOTO BY I(ATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ
layed payments are calling legisla-
tors' offices, pleading for help. Paula Dockery is a syndicated. Lake Wales Police Officer Michael Waldron, gets his new police badge pinned on him by none
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., con- columnist who served in the other than his father, veteran police officer Lt. Melvin Waldron, who spent years fighting crime
vinced that not enough was being Florida Legislature for 16 years as a with the Lake Wales Police Department. The ceremony took place at the Municipal Building, last
done, called in the feds. Secretary Republican from Lakeland: Tuesday evening, with family and friends in attendance, in addition to city officials.

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The information is gathered from police, sheriff's office, Florida
P OI C Highway Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a
PO 1 C Aconviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.

Change for gain, unlawful gain, that is

Compiled by KATHY LEIGH BERKOWITZ Juvenile arrested for needed anyhelp and he advised no. He to be ridinga bicycle without any lights on
KLBERKOWITZ@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM violation of robation stated the next thing he recalls is getting Washington Avenue near E. Street.
up from the ground and the two unknown They conducted a traffic stop, and
According to reports, there was a theft On Jan. 17, according to reports, a males were entering their vehicle and left reports say that as soon as the emergency
of currency atWalmart in LakeWales on juvenile was observed by Lake Wales the area. The only other information he lights were activated, Bagley allegedly
Jan. 16. Police riding his bicycle without anylights. could provide about the vehicle the two tossed an empty package of cigarettes
Two people made a transaction in which A traffic stop was conducted at E Street males were traveling is the vehicle was a containing a crack pipe.
Sthey paid cash. One of them handed the and Jackson Avenue. light color vehicle. He advised he was not Bagley admitted to tossing the crack
.cashier $50 and then asked for change, Police say the juvenile fled on foot, sure what race the two people were. pipe upon contact with police, according
according to reports. After that, he asked running north through residential yards. He stated they were light skinned and to reports. The pipe was filed tested with
for change again, at which point he ended Police gave chase on foot and apprehend- he believes the subjects to be of a Hispanic positive results for cocaine, according to
up obtaining $150, according to reports, ed him behind 541 WashingtonAve. descent, due to the fact he thinks the driver police. Bagley was taken into custody and
The case is under investigation by the Reports say the juvenile was on proba- spoke with an accent, according to reports, turned over to the Polk County Jail without
Lake Wales Police Department. tion for loitering/prowling, resisting arrest, incident
criminal mischief, burglary, robberywith a Woman arrested for not
Driver arrested for firearm, and battery on a school employee. paying traffic citations People stopped for
no driver's license He was taken into custody forviolation music ordinance violation
no driver's license of probation and resisting arrest and On Jan. 17, police arrested a woman for
delivered to without incident not paying her previous traffic citations. According to reports, on Jan. 18, of-
Accordigtoreportseeon Jan.6,Lake lrd d According to reports, officers noticed ficers conducted a traffic stop for loud
Wales Police obseved a whjuveniles, stopped Man atFord t d a red Chrysler Sebring traveling east on music in violation of the city ordinance.
E editiowi severaluvenesJA. Wiltshire Avenue with no working tag During the stop, a passenger,
intheroadwaynearParkAvenueand3rd while vehicle is disabled light, so they conducted a traffic stop for Brandon Bouknight, was found to have
Street the infraction atWashington Avenue and an active warrant of his arrest, police
Officers made contact and noted that as On Jan. 17, LakeWales Police responded C Street. say. He was taken into custody after it
they approached the vehicle, they ob- to the Lake Wales Medical Center emer- During the traffic stop, the driver, Shirone was confirmed and later turned over to
served the driver move from the driver seat gency room in reference to a past occurred Parks, advised police that her Florida a Polk County Sheriff's Office unit, who
into the passenger seat as the passenger battery drivers license was suspendedbecause she transported him to the Polk County Jail.
was exiting the vehicle. Officers then made Upon arrival, officers met with the com- did not pay several traffic citations. This
contact with the person, who denied being plainant who said he was on his way home information was verified through C.I.C. at Tag expiration
the driver and advised he did not have a when he started having vehicle problems. which time, Parks was taken into custody results in towing
valid driver's license. As officers attempted According to reports, he pulled over for allegedly knowingly driving with a
to place the juvenile in handcuffs, he began on the side of the roadway at State Road suspended license. She was taken to the According to reports, on Jan. 18, officers
to struggle, according to reports. The juve- 60 near IHop to check out his vehicle. He Polk County Jail without incident conducted a traffic stop and during the
nile was then placed under arrest, charged stated while checking his vehicle out, two stop it was discovered that the vehicle tag
with resisting arrest and driving with no unknown males pulled up behind his Man allegedly had expired in 2012.
valid driver's license. He was later trans- vehicle in an older model Chevrolet pickup ra k The driver had no previous convictions
ported to JAC without further incident truck, exited the vehicle and approached tosses crac pipe for this, so she was issued a notice to
The vehicle was towed by Frostproof him. He stated as they approached him, According to reports, Larry Bagley was appear for the violation per statute.
Recycling. the driver of the vehicle asked him if he observed by Lake Wales Police on Jan. 17 Her vehicle was towed byWebb's towing.

Jan.13 equipment-possess-and oruse, dangerousdrugs-keepshop or
Brian Fosky,26,ofS218Wetmore Starged with moving vehicdeetfordugs 1stviolatio4countsprobation violation.
traffviolation-knowinglydrinvewhilelicense suspended revoked. Andrew Meyers, 27, ofW2006Hwy. 60, charged with ;
BrianJohnson, 56,of4355Cros BluffAve.,chargedwith probation violation.
probationviolation. Jason Thompson,27,of18931 Hwy.27,chargedwith Sinc 960
Shawnta Snow, 19, of 5 Carvey lane, Frostproof, charged with drugs-possess-controled substance without prescription, drug
2aountsprobaionviolation. equipment-possess-andoruse,out-of-state-fugitive. H omemade Daily
RussellTullis,29, of 1207 Hwy.60 E, charged with nonmoving RubyWeese, 44, of 502 East9th St, Rostproof, charged with
traficviolationailto registermotorvehide, probation violation. drugs-possess-possess meth with intentto sell manufacture
deliver,2 counts drug equipment-possess-and or use, 2 counts
Jan.14 drugs-possess-controlled substance without presaiption.
SDerek dBiop,26,of26285hinerDrsvechargedwpthcont MON... Homemade Meatloaf, Cube-steak, Baked Chicken, Catfish Filet
Der s 26, of 2628 Shiner Drcive dharged with contempt
ofcourt Jan.16 TUES... Fried Pork Chops, Salisbury Steak, Chicken Pot Pie, Country Fried Steak, Catfish Filet
Allen Corato, 51,of 3900 MillsiteSt., darged with 2 counts Brian Allen, 29, of 2531 Shiner Drive, chargedwithmoving
MAseonviolation, 0 Ml s dwith 2ounts Br on-knowinglydrivewfhileiensesupendredir WED.... Fried Grouper, Fried Chken, Chicken w/Peppers & Onions, Chicken Braised Marsala
probation violaton. traffic violaiion-knowingly drive while license suspended revoked.
CodyGlenn,22,of3222 EmanuelDrive,chargedwithprobation DylanBlackmon,21,of427TindelCampRoad,chargedwith THUR.. Fried Pork Chops, BBQ Ribs, Liver & Onions, Catfish Filet
'violation, movingtraffiviolation-drivewhilelicensesuspended movingtrafficviolation-knowinglydrivewhilelicensesuspended FRI...... Roast Beef, Roast Turkey, Roast Pork, Fried Grouper, Friedhicken
Istoffense. revoked,2 counts probation violation.
JonathanLamb,30,of831 UmeAve,Frostproof,chargedwith HeatherHudson,37,of14ElkhomDrive,Frostproof,charged SAT...... BBQ Ribs, Fried Pork Chops, Liver & Onions, Stuffed Peppers, Catfish Filet
battery-touchorstrike. with3countsdrugs-possessontlledsubstancewithout SUN.... Fried Chicken, Fried Grouper, Roast Pork, Roast Turkey, Pot Roast
FankieWade,43,of2336 illySt,chargedwith 4 counts prescription,2 countsdrg eq ipment-possess-andoruse,
out-of-countywarrantmarijuana-possess-not more thar marijuana-possess-not morethan 20grams. *
20grams, drug equipment-possess-and or use, resist officer- Justin Mittemiller,19, of2542 Panfish Drive, charged with *
obstruct withoutviolence, movingtrafficviolation-drivewhile marijuana-possess-not morethan 20grams, drug equipment- Veggie Plate (5 Veggies) $7.50
licensesuspended 1stoffense. possess-and or use.
JoshuaPuzynski,26,of352FrodensRoad,chargedwith Small Plate (3 Veggies & 1 Meat) $8.00
Jan.15 marijuana-possess-not morethan 20grams, drug equipment-pos-
KellyBennett,20,of18931Hwy.27;chargedwith sess-andoruse, drugs-traffic-ownrentstructurevehideknow Large Plate (3 Veggies& 2 Meat) $9.00
drugs-possess-controlledsubstancewithoutpresiption, drug trafficdrugs, marijuana-possess-withintenttopurchaseschedulel. Price includes beverage, dessertandtax
equipment-possess-and or use. Hahshim Saunders, 22, of 3092 Singletree Court charged with,
Medina Deesus,20,ofW1470FrostproofRoad,Frostproof, resistoficer-obstructwithoutviolence,disordedyconduct- * * * * * 6* ,
charged with shoplifting-petittheft from merchant 2nd offense, brawling fighting conupt public moral decency.
contributingtodelinquencyminor-ordependency. HansSkinner, 18, of505Citrus Drive, Frostproof, charged with Choice of Lunch Entrees
StacyGregg, 30, of 1625 Ft Meade Road, Frostproof, drug equipment-possess-and or use, marijuana-possess-not more
charged with drugs-possess-controlled substance without than 20grams, evidence-destroying-tamperwithorfabricate Choice of 1 9 Vegetable
presription, marijuana-possess-not more than 20 grams, drug physical, marijuana-possess-notmorethan 20grams. Huge Salad Bar

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Proclamations Approved:
and awards Memorandum of
Therewerethreeannounce- Understanding has m ov e
ments at the Tuesday, Jan. 21, Commissioners approved
city commission meeting. Bok a finding that the prohibi-
Tower Gardens was honored tion against indemnifica-
with a proclamation noting tion may be waived in order
that the first week in February for the city to enter into
would be known as Bok Tower the subject Memorandum
Gardens Week.esign2 S
Gardens Week. of Understanding between
David Price, president AAS Foundation and the
of Bok Tower Gardens,
was present to receive the City of Lake Wales.
proclamation. According to city records,
LakeWales Fire ChiefJerry the matter came before
Brown was recognized for his the city commission on
years of service as fire chief Nov. 5, 2013, and the MOS
and presented an honorary was at that time unani-
plaque. He will retire Jan. 31. mously approved by the
Joe Jenkins was selected by commission "subject to
City Manager Ken Fields to be an attempt to resolve the
his replacement. requirement that the City
Additionally, Deputy Chief provide indemnification to
Mike Danford was recognized : the AAS Foundation and
for his years of service at the .its principals." Section 1-17
fire department. He retires, of the Lake Wales Code of
effective Jan.31. He also Ordinances does not allow Mary Walkup opens the door to her new location.
received an honorary plaque. indemnification unless the
city finds that it is in the
Approved: Lease interest of the public in
of office space to order to receive the benefit
Florida House Rep. of a service to be provided.
"The service in this
City staff approved a lease instance is a public/private
to grant office space to Florida partnership, which results
House Rep. Mike LaRosa, in a donation that will fund
for $243 a month rent and a significant refurbishment
$1.45 per square foot for any of the Lincoln Avenue Park.
additional designated space The Foundation, through its Mary and Tom Walkup moved their shop, "One of A Kind
they may grant to him during legal counsel, was unwilling Couture for Less":' to the storefront right next to the
the term of the lease. to waive the requirement for barbershop, two doors down from Mayer Jewelers on
According to city records, indemnification," records say. Stuart Avenue. The shop specializes in unique things, PHOTOS BY KATHY LEIGH BERKOWJTZ
the lease will generate $2,916 But commissioners hats, jewelry and other accessories, in addition to a
in annual revenue. The office approved the memoran- variety of gift items. For information about the shop, call Mary Walkup adjusts one of her displays at One of A Kind
is located at 201 W Central dum at the Tuesday, Jan. 21 863-701-5451. Couture for Less.
Ave., Lake Wales. meeting.

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Mary Jaster LWHS Class of 1969

lebrates h to hold reunion
e The Lake Wales High School Class of salad and roll. There will be an open
1969 is holding their 45th reunion, and bar with beer, wine and liquor. Kustom
invite both the classes of 1968 and 1970 Karaoke and DJ Service will furnish
By MATTHEWDALE never would have left him. Even after to join. the music for the evening. There will
/ NEWS CORRESPONDENT he left I prayed for him. He's been On Friday, March 28, from 6 p.m. to be dancing and karaoke if anyone is
dead for years now, and I still pray for 10 p.m., the dress will be casual and the interested.
Life 100 years ago was vastly differ- him," she said. event will be held at the Babson Center Initial cost estimates indicate
ent from how it is today. Mary Jaster Mary eventually moved down to on the campus ofWebber International a charge of $40 per person and
was born on Jan. 24, 1914, in Keokuk, Florida, where she now lives with her University. checks should be made out to Mary
Iowa, in a house built from the ground grandson John. There will be finger food, beer and Jane Brantley with notation for the
up by her father. Her mother was a "I'm very happy here. John is like a wine for everyone to enjoy. Music will Class of 1969. Mail to P.O. Box 222, Fort
housewife, and her father supplied ice son to me, he's keeping me out of the be played during the evening. Meade, FL 33841.
to the city of St. Louis. "I grew up on nursing home," she said. On Saturday, March 29, from 6 p.m. Brantley requests that anyone who
a farm. Back in those days, there were Mary enjoys reading, sewing, cro- to 12 a.m., the dress will be dressy and has an address of a classmate send it to
no ice machines. My father went out to cheting and going to church. the event will be held at the Yentes the address (even if you think they may
the lake with a saw and cut the ice out. "I don't like the TV. Most of the stuff Center on the Campus of Webber already have it) or contact.Brantley at
He carried it to St. Louis in the back of on there is murders and people being International University. Manny's Chop 863-285-8835 or 863-698-5556.
a horse-drawn cart," she said. cruel to each other. I don't like that. ... House will cater the dinner with steak Return the checks by March 1 and
"There weren't paved roads, just I don't read murder mysteries either," or chicken, baked potato, broccoli, indicate if you want-steak or chicken.
mud and dirt. No cars, no electricity, she said.
We had gas lamps growing up," she "If I could change one thing today,
added. to the way it was when I grew up, it
Mary attended St. Peter's Catholic would be the way children are brought
School, where she graduated with two up," she continued. T o u rist C lu b
other students. After she graduated, "I don't believe in spanking any-
she went to work for Sheaffer Pen more, I think there are other ways of
Company in Ft. Madison, Iowa. She going about it. But I would change the sh u ff leb o ard is b a
met her husband Evert Jaster at church way children are raised, to be more
in Montrose. respectful of everyone, black, white, The first tournament of the shuffle- the Lake Wales Family Restaurant.
"We moved to Rock Island, Ill. I was everyone, we all belong to God!" she board season was held on Wednesday, Shuffleboard times are Monday,
just a housekeeper. Women didn't work exclaimed. Jan. 15, 2014, at the Lake Wales Tourist Wednesday and Friday at 1 p.m.
then. We were married almost 60 years. Mary also added that "things today Club meeting place. A Draw Doubles "Come join us for a couple of hours of
One day he just left and told me 'get a are too complicated. When I was Tournament with six games, the group fun and friendly competition," notes
lawyer, I want a divorce.'" growing up, we had to work for what played three games, took a lunch break a press release issued by the club.
After her husband left, her house we got. Now you just push a button and then played three more games. There is a small membership fee but
burned down. Mary went to work for and you get it." Cash prizes were awarded. The top one can come on a three week trial, no
Joy's Ceramics Place. "I went to work One hundred years of life has not five winners were: First, Ed Lammers; charge. There is equipment available
with nothing but the clothes on my managed to dull Mary's mind even a Second, Dick Massersmith; Third, Bob for use at their courts at 205 Fifth
back. I worked there for fifteen years. little bit. Campbell; Fourth, Lee Hahn; Fifth: Street North in Lake Wales. For more
I retired after fifteen years when she "I love doing crosswords and puz- Walt Taylor. information, contact Phil Grammer at
sold the business," she said. zles, I love reading. I thank God for the The sponsor for the tournament was 863-679-7248.
Despite her husband leaving, she mind I have."
still loved him. Mary finished by saying "this is the
"He grew up an orphan, and the best birthday I've ever had. I've got
family that took him in didn't treat him nothing to complain about. Life is
right. He didn't know how to love. I worth living! Make the best of life!"

Mary Jaster
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Saturday,Jan.25 0 Friday,Jan.31 R REAK
Rorida's Natural Grove House -"Belly Laugh Day"- Soup-er Bowlsfor Hunger Relief with Care Center,ToyWorld, REE BR
10 a.m. Stop by and tell us yourbestjoke and enterto win a $50 Park Ave. LakeWales Auction begins at 530 p.m. Info:863-676- There is a free breakfast at B Street Community Center, on the first and third Saturdays of every month, from
Gift Certificateto the Grove House. Grove House,20106 Hwy 27, 6678. Raises moneyto help with Care Center Hunger Relief 9 11 a.m. For more information, or to make donations, contact Reverend Alton Norwood at 863-618-
LakeWales. Info:863-679-4110. campaign byauctioning off bowls painted bylocal celebrities. 7641 or stop by his address at 114W. Crystal Ave., Lake Wales. The Rev. Norwood has been doing free breakfasts
for the community since 2005. He has a website at
LakeWalesCarShow,4to8p.m.FourthSaturdayofevery N Saturday, Feb.1
month in Historic Downtown LakeWales. Many specal events Town Hall Meeting, DepartmentofVeterans Aflairs 11a.m. Frostproof. 2014 Music Memories Series Season Subscription or Valuables and Collectibles Fair at LakeWales Library
and prize to2 p.m.,American Legion Post#71,43WestParkAvenue, ake Single Performancetickets available or -9 a.m. to 3 p.m., LakeWales Public Library, 290 Cypress
Wales. Commander AndyAnderson.This meeting isto discuss call 863-635-7222. Garden Lane. Tickets are available at the door. Did your New
Polk County Sanctity of Life Celebration, 1 to 430 p.m., First benefits and services through theVBA,VHA, NCA and Polk County Years resolution include eaning out closets and drawers?
BaptistChurch atthe Mall in Lakeland, 1010 East Memorial Vet Center. For more information, please contact Amelia Guilford, F SaturdayFeb.15 Could you possibly have a gold minein the items you found
Blvd.Admission isfree,childcarewill not be provided.The MinorityVeterans Program Coordinator,813-972-2000, ext 3813. TheVanguard School presents Denim & Diamonds, its in your deaning?The Lake Wales Library Association, Friends
Sanctity of Life Celebration will educate and motivate all those All veterans welcome if possible, please bring your military seventh annual live and silentauction in the Bartsch Memorial of the Library, invites you to join them for an opportunity
whoattend with atimeofmeaningful worship, followed by discharge paper (DD214) for enrollment and daims assistance. Gymnasium atthe Vanguard School, 22000 U.S. Hwy. 27 in Lake of have your'trash'and'treasures'evaluated for their worth.
powerful speakers and informative breakout sessions on a Wales.The event isfrom 5-8 p.m. and tickets are $20 per person All proceeds will benefitthe LWLA, FOLss efforts to assist the
wide range of pro-lifetopics. Also indudes a special session on Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Feb.1-5. Parish Mission atall (parents, studentsandages 12 and underarefree. RSVPto Stacy Lake Wales Public Library. A $10 tax deductible donation will
sexual purityforteen. Registration: Masses on weekend and Monday-Wednesday in the evening. Robinson at863-676-6091,ext 1006. provide the opportunity for one estimate by a professional,
polk-countsacty-of-lcelebration-tets-9727249465. This is a preached spiritual renewal event to increase relationship or certified, appraiser. A $25 tax deductible donation will
Formorinf863-683-234or F om rg. with God,self and others, 6449th Street, Lake Wales. All are HolySpiritCatholicChurch, Knightsof Columbus Chicken allow you to bring three items for a written estimate of value.
welcometoattend. Info: 863-676-1556. Parmesan Dinner,4to 6p.m.$8pre-sales;$9atthedoor. The antiques and collectibles experts who are donating their
SSund Jan. 26 Proceeds for high school scholarship. 644S9th Street, LakeWales. expertise for this event are Kiki Connell, Robin Camill, of
First erian ConcertSer 16 N 3rd St Lake Wale Sunday, Feb. 2 Info: 863-676-1556. Inglenook Antiques & Collectibles, John Gabrick, of My Legacy,
David Kim and Paul Jones:a duo ofstunning musianship in the Super Bowl Funday Game Watching Party at Eagle Ridge TInc, Connie Neal, of All About Antiques, R. Nancy Huff, ISA,
SanctuaryatRrstPresbyterian Church ofLakeWales.Theconcert Mall, 6:30to 10p.m. Free game watching party in food court. Tuesday, Feb. 18 AM and Adie Watkins, of Treasure Hunters and gemologist,
isopen tothepublicandan ofing will be received thatwill Large projector screen and free popco, chips and salsa Painting with Acrylics with Artist Joe Piatt, Frostproof Art jeweler, Scott Rowe, G.G., of A & S Gifts. These qualified
supportthe onoingConcertSeries at FPC Info: 863-676-0711. and Chili's gameday grub (while supplies last) Also free mini League, 12 EWall St 5 p.m., 45,all supplies induded. individuals will evaluate and estimate the value of musical
footballs No alcohol allowed. Forfamily members who don't Must pre-register. Info: 863-635-7271. instruments, furniture, coins and currency, art, militaria, glass,
MondaJan.27 wanttowatch the ganmetreatthemto a movieatthe Regal pottery, tools, books,jewelry, gemstones and silver. Teen
The GuM f oastChapteroftheAlzheimers Assoc conducts Cinemas. Saturday, Feb.22 Advisory Board will sell refreshments at the library's main
TheGulf ashapteroftheAtLheimer'sAssoco cts s akeWalesWineWalk& Shop, 4to 8p.m. Enjoy a taste of entrance. All funds from refreshment sale will benefit the
amonthlycaregwe'supportgroup.i Meetwithatrai Monday Feb.3 wine, some good food and a leisurely stroll around town with Lake Wales Public Library's teen programming. For details on
othersho are o g to hemers patients. to 2p.m. Become a mentorat Lake Wales High School, 630 p.m., fiends to see the Lake Wales CarShow and vis our delightful this fund raising event call LW Library Association, Friends of
SchoenoffMeeting oo ke Walesibrary. Info: ChsWlcox, LWHS Media Center.The purpose othis meeting isto complete downtown area merchant Wine glass, goody bag,coupons and the Library President, Glenda Morgan, 863-528-1012 or the
863-292-9210 the required annual"mentortraining'match you up with the a gift basket give away. Check in point is the Oasis Spa, 245 E Park Lake Wales Public library, 863-678-4004.
3-2-. LWHS student you will be mentoring,and give specific details on Ave. Cost $10 per person.Tickets are available at the Oasis Spa
A reprentativeromth CircuitCourtGuardian Ad stepsfor mentoring at WHS.RSVP: Kristahompson atkrista. and otherdowntown area merchants.D required at check in. Friday, February 28
Litem volunteer program is available in the library's main lobby Info: Concert Series at First Presbyterian Church of Lake Wales,
Ltodiscus volunteer oppor.nitie ith this prograym. Lake Walesm 7:30 p.m.- Joshua Mazur, baritone & Canti de Gioia, featuring
ibraryscssain lobby, 0a.m.tot oon. : 863-534-4605. Wednesday Lake Wales Student Art Show annual display ofthe best a wide variety of repertoire from different periods and genres, in -
brarmainlobby,10a.m.tBridge noon.nfo:863-assesat LakeWales Public Library The Lake artworkfrom studentsin Polk County schools. On display through the Sanctuary at First Presbyterian Church of Lake Wales, 16 N. 3rd
STuesdayJan 28 Wales Public ibrary will offera six-part cass, Bridge in the 21st March 18, reception and award ceremony Saturday, March 1. Free St, Lake Wales.The concert is open tothe public and an.offering
Fir 'stCh 33 E. C l A am Cach the event PolkState College Lake Wales Arts Center, 1099 State Road will be received thatwill supportthe ongoing Concert Series at
RFirst Baptist Church, 333 E. Central Ave., LakeWales,11 a.m. Century.CertinfiedsrctormKeB oaswilteach the class. Mr. 60 E. Info:....863-676-8.426. FPCInfo:863-76-0711.
JeffStice, former musician ofthe year, and Eric Bennett, bass Broas holds certification from the American Contract BridgeEfo 863-67642 FPC. nfo: 863.6760711.
singer ofthe year, members of Southem Gospel'sTriumphant League. He isa member of the American BridgeTeachers
Quartet, will perform forthe Primetimers luncheon meeting. Cost Assodation.The six-part dass will meet each Wednesday
is$6forlunch.Call863-676-3436forinfo. aftemoon, 2 until 3:30 p.m. in the library's Schoenoff Meeting
Room. Casses begin Feb.5 and condudes March 12. Bridge I ATTr BE CR
STuesday,Jan.28 and Thursday,Jan.30 isa centuriesold card game. Leamingthisgame enhances BW L J I
iPad & iPhone Level 3 dasswill focus on the more memoryand logicskills. Minimum offourstudents is required
experienced user, or students from the Level 2 class. In Level to hold the dass. Maximum number of students is 24. There is a "
3 instructor Len Angel will cover Photos, Camera, Audio/ $50registration fee forthe 6 dasses. An optional textbook will'
Video, Play-BackControls, Push Notifications, Accessing Search be available to students. Bridge review and novice players will
Capabit taking an iPad screenshot, question from the dass, benefit from this class.The classes will teach and sharpen skills.
and more. Registration is required and each dass is $5 to Payment and registration in advance is required to insure the
compensate the instructor. Schoenoff Meeting Room, Lake necessary number of participants. Payment is accepted in cash
Wales Library, 2 to4 p.m. orcheckatthe Lake Wales Public Library during regular business
hours. Credit or debit card payments can be made at the City
Thursday, Jan. 30 of LakeWales Cashier's Office. Info: 863-678-4004 or email
ACBLsanctioned Duplicate Bridge games atAustin Center library@cityoflakewalescom.
on MLKB, everyTuesday andThursday, noonto4 p.m.,all
year long, free refreshments. Gamefees:$3for membersand Painting with Acrylics withArtistoe Patt, FostproofArt
$4fornon-members. Need a partner- call Vera Bagley, League/, 12 Wall St Wednesday, Feb. 5,andTuesday, Feb. 18,
Manager, 863-324-6007 or cell 863-224 1541 or email: 5 p.m. $45 for each ass. Each dass is a separate study with different subjects, all supplies induded. Must p-register.
Info: 863-635-7271.
The FostproofArt Leagueand Gallery- Painting Architecture in
Watewcolotwith ProfessorofArtCathyCnford Fubl, 6 pm.,$10 Saturday, Feb. 8
Smembes $12 non-members,supplies induded, must pre-gister. TheShindigsTributes to FrankieValli and The FourSeasons
FrostproofArtLeague,12EWal St lnfo:863-635-7271. Beach Boysand others, 7to9 p.m., RamonTheater,15 EWall St.,
..- Friday, January 31, from 7 to 9 PM
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Wednesday, January 29,2014 The News Page 11

Peterson & Myers attorney honored

The Florida Bar recognized 21 lawyers given by the chief justice of the Florida Circuit (Hardee, Highlands and Polk Care Center- a not-for-profit that orga-
for their work on behalf of poor and Supreme Court. Awards recognizing pro counties) from Lake Wales. nizes and allocates the largest part of the
indigent clients at a Jan. 30 ceremony at bono contributions will also be presented Connor is a partner and shareholder at charitable funds for poverty relief in the
the Supreme Court of Florida. for Distinguished Judicial Service, Law Peterson & Myers, PA, and practices in the LakeWales area. It had beeprdesignated
Established in 1981, The-Florida Bar Firm Commendation, Voluntary Bar firm's Lake He is a cor- as a beneficiary by an elderly woman who..
President's Pro Bono Service Awards Association and by The Florida BarYoung mercial trial attorney licensed in Florida, revised the terms of a trust before her
are intended to encourage lawyers to Lawyers Division for a young lawyer. California and North Carolina. Connor is death. The case presented the issue under
volunteer free legal services to the poor In 2012-13, Florida lawyers provided also fluent in Spanish and his bilingualism the new Florida Trust Code of whether
by recognizing those who make public more than 1.7 million hours of pro bono is featured prominently in his practice. the gifts of multiple beneficiaries can be
service commitments and to raise public services to those in need and provided Connor has been quietly involved in considered separately for the purpose of
awareness of the substantial volunteer more than $4.8 million to legal aid handling innumerable pro bono matters determining the legal effects of undue
services provided by Florida lawyers to organizations. for years. These have been mainly under influence. InApril 2013, at a court-ordered
those who cannot afford legal fees. Florida This year's awards ceremony, which the radar in that they often come to him mediation prior to a bench trial, the case:
Bar President Eugene K. Pettis of Fort also honors individual, young lawyer, through his personal contacts rather than settled with The Care Center receiving
Lauderdale will present the 2014 awards. law firm, voluntary bar and judicial pro through one of the legal services organi- $842,926.15. Connor expended wellin
The awards recognize pro bono service bono efforts, was scheduled for Thursday, zations. Most notably, Connor litigated excess of 200 hours of attorney time pro
in each of Florida's 20 judicial circuits and Jan. 30, at the Supreme Court of Florida. an estate case recently, representing The bono oi the case.
one Florida Bar member practicing out- The program was broadcast taped-de-
side the state of Florida. They are present- layed ata later date.
ed annually in conjunction with the Tobias There was a local lawyer honored, and
Simon Pro Bono Service Award, which is that is J. Davis Connor, Tenth Judicial

Lake of the Hills

holds ice cream social
Lake of The Hills Club will host its pianist, Jack Clifford, pianist and Gary
Centennial "Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Bales and The Lighthouse singers. Colorful
Social" on Saturday, Feb. 8 from 12 p.m. to and comical clowns arranged by Barbara
3:30 p.m. at the historic Clubhouse located Haromy will provide jolly entertainment
at 47 E. Starr Ave., Lake Wales. The event is for the children and the young at heart.
open to the public. Tickets will be available Silent auction items, prizes and gift
at the door. certificates will be available from such
The festive event will feature homemade donors as Chalet Suzanne, Patton Tire,
cakes, pies, ice cream, root beer floats and Cliff's True Value, Bob Ellington's Haven
beverages, The suggested donation is $4 for Massage Spa, Lake Wales Little Theater and
adults and $3 for children. Host commit- Lake Wales Veterinary Hospital. Proceeds
tee members Kathe Galloway, Johanna from the event will be used to complete-
Buscher, Joshua Schelp, Donna Hillestad, the Centennial Season's events through
Bud and Ginger Clark, John Powell, Bill and May 15, as well as to support LakeWales
Willie Trull and Edward Esteve will decorate Charter Schools art education.
the hall and dress in vintage red and white For information, advance orders,
costumes to highlight the ambience. donation of items or to volunteer time or
Lively music will be presented through desserts, please call the Galloways at 863-
the afternoon by locally acclaimed artists 676-4752,Johanna Buscher at 863-676-
including Homer Wickman, Vocalist and 4854 or Esteve at 863-676-8015. The doors
guitarist, June Felt, pianist, Louise Gingrich will be open to the public at noon.

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AU HO R UBeing the first novel Hollis had ever the preparation of her novel a long and "I figured it would have flopped,
UT UK written, "Inside Out" was originally difficult one. which it didn't," she said. "I wasn't
intended to be a personal novel for She often spent three to four hours expecting to get rich off of it, I just want
FROM PAGE 1 her and her family to help remember a day writing and rewriting her novel, to do something that is an accomplish-
her cousin by, but she decided to progressing little by little, paragraph ment. It is not for profit."
death of her brother. Her heartache self-publish it, as she felt her message by paragraph, until her manuscript For the past three years, Hollis has
is repaired once a man from her past, about moving on after grief was worth was complete one year later. After her been involved with photography,
Jude, re-enters her life, and inevitably, sharing. rough draft was proofread and edited spending the past five months taking
her heart. This new romance devolves "There are several messages I would by a close friend, she would contin- photographs to be used for book cov-
into betrayal and mistrust when want them to see: to love everyone ue rewriting the novel until it was ers. She hopes that her current career
secrets of Jude's past arerevealed. Will in their life, tolove them-as much as perfected. grows alongside her writing career, and
Samantha be fated to return to a life of youean," she explained. "Don't take Aside from her favorite authors such that she is taken further than she has
heartbreak, or will her love survive? everyone for granted, because we are as Nora Roberts, Jamie McGuire, and ever dreamed of.
The novel is an allegory of her past all guilty of that. You say they will be Sylvia Day, her biggest influence and Currently she is working on another
struggles, with the protagonist repre- there tomorrow, but they won't be." mentor in helping her with this literary novel, "Bent" Which is a separate novel
senting herself, and the brother rep- As writing the novel meant revisiting endeavor was her close friend, Todd from her original and will be a drama
resenting Michael. Though the rest of the painful memories of Michel's Barselow, who helped edit and proof- rather than tragic romance. She plans
-the novel is a fictional-romance, most death, and thus reopening some read her novel and guide her through to have it finished within the next eight
of the events, specifically the death, are already healed emotional wounds, her the writing process. months.
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griefi' little experience in prior to this, made expectations. Mandy G. Hollis.

.. 2' During that time, there was no basketball, and baseball. Upon grad- I praise God that I survived through
FAM E other school their size in the area as uating in 1964, he had been voted that," he said.
G .competitive as they were aside from Most Valuable Football Player, Most Upon arriving home, he would move
FROM PAGE 1 Fort Meade, so they often played Outstanding Baseball Player, and was on to a career as a fruit and vegetable
against schools such as Okeechobee, chosen to play on the All-State, All- inspector for the Department of
paid off, as he was recognized many Kissimmee, Sebring, and Avon Park. South basketball team in Gainesville. Agriculture, which he worked for over
times for his athletic achievements. "We would often tell a joke that we After high school, he attended 40 years until retiring 10 years ago in
His most recent recognition will be ; were one of the few teams that played Miami-Dade College for one semester 2002.
at the 2014 Frostproof Bulldogs Hall seven or eight homecomings because before receiving the call to go profes- Currently he works part-time as an
of Fame Gala on Feb. 8 at 6 p.m. at the everyone wanted us at homecoming," sional and sign a contract with the assistant pro-golf instructor at Lake
Lake Wales Country Club, where he, he said. "The bigger schools would Pittsburgh Pirates in 1965. Arm prob- Wales Country Club.
along with Doyle D. Kelley and Jerel rough us up a bit, but I enjoyed it. It lems that he developed while playing When not teaching golf, he is playing
Crumbly, will be inducted, was a lot of fun." forced him to be released after one with his golf buddies two or three times
Bor in 1946 in Norfolk, Va., He enjoyed playing alongside his season. a week.
Sebastian lived with his grandparents friends and teammates, most of whom Upon returning to Frostproof, he was He is enjoying his retirement with
near the Panama Canal where his considered him to be quite the jokester preparing to sign a contract with the his wife'of 40 years, Mary Sue, his
grandfather worked as a locksmith, to play with. The teamwork and Chicago White Sox, but his baseball son, Jerimiah, and his granddaughter,
After his grandfather retired in 1957, cooperation that he shared with themr career was curtailed when he was Mellissa. He spends his free time
they moved to Frostproof, where he has have been the key to his success, and drafted into the army and shipped to working around the house, fishing, or
lived ever since, without which his own individual effort Vietnam in 1966. simply enjoyinglife.'
In high school, he played football, would be for naught. During his two years in Vietnam, For the many years in which he spent
basketball, and baseball his favorite "Unless you are a superstaf who can he would obtain the rank of sergeant playing and excelling in sports, he is
sport and the one that he played and control a game yourself, the individ- and receive his Army Accommodation,. i:ore thai honored to be recognized by
excelled in the most. ual does not usually win a game," he Vietnam Service, and Overseas Medals. : is commumity by being inducted into
In one district championship base- explained. "You have to strive to work Returning from Vietnam safe and the Frostp~ofBulldogs Hall of Fame.
ball game, he pitched seven innings as a team, and whether you are a leader sound, even in light of losing many "It's a wniderful feeling to have been
with no hits, striking out 21, and or follower, you still have to work as a childhood friends in the war, was by far among some awesome outstanding
continued on for two more innings team."- k b~ lst moment.. athletes that-have been inducted prior
until he struck out 25 out of 27 batters Sebastian was an all-sport letterma- "Just knowing I made it through that to me, and it's an outstanding honor,"
that game. who played all-conference in football, made me proud to have served d l1e sai., ,

"It's kind of like taking a Lamborgh
'EXPANS10N to a Ford dealership and asking them
to rebuild your engine. They're going to
FROMPAGE 1 send you to the Lamborghini dealer-
ship because they know all about it,"
lanes), so equipment can be tested at a Spurlock noted.
more appropriate distance. He said the pair has had a simple
"Everything about the store is bigger reason for their success so far.
and better," he added. "Just doing the best work in the in-
Both actually compete in pro archery, dustry," Spurlock said. "Anything to do
events too, which means they have witharchery, we are. That can consist
first-hand knowledge of what their of a $200 recurve to a $4,000 target bow
contemporaries are looking for. for an Olympic archer."
"We-shoot the tournaments. We He indicated that about 90 percent of
live that. We know what it's all about," their customer base is hunters, and the:-:
Spurlock said. other 10 percent target archers.
He noted that they get referrals from Spurlock said that people often didn't
manufacturers and even other archery know much about archery hunting
shops because of their background and and shooting, but that awareness is
knowledge. growing.
"Lately yes, because of everything I
that's been coming out in movies and
the media, like The Hunger Games and
The Avengers," he said.
The store isa boon to Frostproof in
several other ways as well.
'"About 99 percent of our business
is you have to walk through the door,
because a lot of this product is restrict- : .
ed. You can't sell it on the Internet,"
Spurlock explained.
"The first thing they'need to do is
find a gas station so we tell them where
to go. And they need something to eat,
so we tell them where to eat. It's not a
_five minute thing where you just grab a
grocery cart and go."
!The store is open 12 noon to 7 p.m. '
Monday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday, and 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday. The
phone number is 635-0240. They also
PHOTOS BY BRIAN ACKLEY have a website, www.spurlowsoutdoor
David Brimlow works on some arrows at, and they are planning
Spurlow's Archery Pro Shop's new location on to have a grand reopening in a few
Wall Street. weeks. Bobbie Spurlock checks out one of the many bows in the bigger, better store.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 The News Page 13

Make way for the dames

KLBERKOWITZ@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM Though the car show was on Stuart George Quinn checks
Avenue, it was an easy hike through the out Bob Kampsen's
First, there were sightings of a few Wells Fargo Bank parking lot to their 1925 White.
tourists. restaurant.
Then came the roadblocks. Fowler was busy slicing meat, while PHOTOS BY KATHY
And then the unmistakable car show attendees were busy working LEIGH BERKOWITZ
rumble. up an appetite, because that's what you
The Fourth Anniversary of the Lake do when you are out on the town: look
Wales Car Show had begun. at the cars, talk, and eat.
Cheryl Bossarte and her husband, Bob Kampsen, a regular of the
Larry, have been coordinating the car show, says he also goes to the
growing car show, which was expected Davenport show, though it is not as
to see 100 entries on Saturday. big.
Some folks brought chairs. Some Standing next to his 1925 White,
brought their dogs. And others brought answering questions, he noted he's had
their sweeties to check out the dames the White about seven years.
on the avenue. "I bought it from a man by the name
Stuart Avenue was lined with cars of Charles White," he said.
and the one business that stayed open Why car shows?
for restaurant customers was glad they "It's camaraderie," he says. Right:
did. "You can talk to different people. I Love that
That was The Downtown Deli, and just like to come down, get out and color. This
according to Jason Fowler and its show off. It doesn't do much good to Roadster
owner, Pedro Cartagena, "We wanted leave it in the garage," he said. Roadster
to stay open for the car show." T-shirts were made for the event, and says hello.
From the looks of the line at their the Bossartes seemed pleased at the
deli on Saturday, that move paid off in turnout.

Afteasead Or3Sstatin &sf Tedy

Larry Conner talks with Ed Pronovast about his 1963 Plymouth. Conner and his wife, Jan McGill-
Conner, attended the show. He has a photo of his wife sitting on his car in 1967. This car is not his
original car. It is a newer purchase. But his wife wore a replica dress to that which she wore in the
original photo.

Isn't she beautiful?

Hoods were up and ready for viewing on Stuart
Avenue. Jan McGill-Conner smiles for the camera.

a t a

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Civil War event comes to life this weekend

Battle of Bowlegs Creek Heritage Festival runs Friday through Sunday

BY BRIAN ACKLEY at 2:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. All
$7 parking donation requested per FRIDAY, JAN. 31
Not many people realize that Polk vehicle. .10 a.m. School Day (camps open to all public,
County played a fairly important role in Hackel says the Union and private, home schooled youngsters, educational
the Civil War, but it did. Confederate re-enactors have a simple displays, have lunch with the Civil War soldiers.)
And that history will be celebrated goal. 7 p.m. Battle of Bowlegs Creek Dinner Dance
this weekend in Fort Meade at the "To get a true sense, as close as we (tickets $15, call 863-605-4131, includes concert
fourth annual Battle of Bowlegs Creek can portray, what is was like living by New Orleans Nighthawks jazz band and buffet
Heritage Festival, highlighted by some in the 1860s and being a soldier, or dinner at City Mobile Home Park community
150 re-enactors who will bring the a woman, because especially in the building.)
battle to life Saturday and Sunday South, they were left to fend for them-
afternoon. selves," Hackel said. "I love history. If we SATURDAY, FEB. 1
David Hackel remembers the don't portray this, it's going to get lost." (All events free, open to the public. $7 per .
first time he visited a Civil War And here's a little insider's tip. If you vehicle parking donation.)
re-enactment. want to see the Union "win," come 10 a.m. Authentic Civil War camps open to the
It was celebrating the war's most Sunday. The last re-enactors battle of public
well-known Florida clash, the Battle an event is usually "won" by the side *10:45 a.m. LadiesTea' --' ... .
of Olustee, fought in Baker County in that actually won it during the war. Noon Florida folk singer Larry Mangum
early 1864, where some 1,800 soldiers "In Fort Meade's case, Bowlegs was Noon Cannon demonstrations
were killed, injured or went missing, ultimately a Union victory," Hackel *. 1 p.m. Florida folk singer Jerry Mincey
Hackel went two decades ago, and added. .1:45 p.m. Union and Confederate memorial
was hooked. Headlining the entertainment PHOTOS PROVIDED ceremony
Hackel is the coordinator of some this year is an appearance from Florida 2:30 Battle of Bowlegs Creek re-enactment
150 re-enactors that will descend on Artists Hall of Fame inductee Frank David Hackel has been a Civil War re-enactor .3:30 Florida Artists Hall of Fame folk Singer
Fort Meade this week to celebrate Polk Thomas. for two decades, and takes great pains to make Frank Thomas
County's only skirmish, the centerpiece "We really want to make this Fort sure all details are as authentic to the period .4:30 Ramblin Rose Band
to the fourth annual Battle of Bowlegs Meade's signature event," Perry as possible. Cowboy poet and musician Doyle Rigdon
Creek Heritage Festival, said. "And for the 150th anniversary Seminole War and in the Civil War, .7 p.m. Battle of Bowlegs Creek Ball
The battle, fought about two miles this year, we're making everything which is central to the Battle of Bowlegs SUNDAY, FEB.
from the festival grounds at the Fort bigger, better and more fun." Creek Festival. This direct connection ...
Meade Outdoor Recreation Area on There are more cannons and horses with the land and heritage of English- vehicle parkin to t 7 per
SU.S. 98 wasn't quite Olustee, but it was this year, too, Perry noted. speaking Florida inspired much of his 10 a.m. Authentc C War camps open the
far from insignificant either. "Every year, the battle portion, which music. public
By the time the Confederate and is a cornerstone of the weekend, gets Thomas relates that his entire family 10 a.m. Authentic church service for re-enac
Union forces clashed in Polk County on more impressive," Perry noted. "People played music and that he "learned tors and public
April 7, 1864, most of the south's supply can really get a close-up look at the guitar so young that he doesn't remem- .11 am. Gospel singer Katoya Moye
lines from the west had been effectively re-enactment, smell the gunpowder ber learning." Before the age of 10, he Noon Florida folk singer Larry Mangum
cut off. and hear the cannons roar." began singing with his family's gospel .1-p.m. Florida folk singer Jerry Mincey
The remaining source of food for Re-enactors actually will set up group. Later he began to attend square 2 p.m. Battle of Bowlegs Creek re:enactment
bedraggled Confederate troops in authentic Civil War camps Thursday at dances, where he learned the fiddle For information contact the FortMeade Chamber
Georgia was the beef cattle herds of the park. Friday, local schoolchildren from a traditional fiddler named Allie of Commerce at863-285-8253 orvisitbattleofbow
pioneer Jacob Summerlin and a few are invited to attend for a special field Murray. He also received inspiration
other smaller cattlemen. They were trip, and the festival runs Saturday from his mother who wrote songs
driving north 2,000 head of cattle a and Sunday. The camps are open to about Florida. Other events for the weekend include
week, starting in Fort Meade, winding the public during most of the festival's Performing both Saturday and a Ladies Tea on Saturday morning,
through Bartow and Brooksville, hours, save for the period right before, Sunday is Jerry Mincey, who has au- authentic Civil War era church service
Gainesville and eventually on to during and after the Bowlegs Creek thored such Florida folk favorites such Sunday morning, and the Confederate
Baldwin, where they were loaded onto battle. as "Narcoossee Lucie,"'"Kissimmee Ball on Saturday evening. Friday
train cars. In stepping up for the 150th anniver- River Blues" and "Sweet Florida night, as part of the festival weekend,
"Actually, when you look at the sary, the festival will also pay tribute Sunshine," and Larry Mangum, who there will be a Battle of Bowlegs Creek
cattle, this was the breadbasket of the to the city's heritage as Polk County's currently is playing concert dates in Dinner Dance at the City Mobile Home
Confederacy in 1864," Hackel recalled, oldest municipality with the top folk Europe, but lived in Jacksonville. Park Activity Building featuring the
"And when you look at the Union side singers in the state, including Frank A Floridian since 1970, known for his New Orleans Jazz Nighthawks. Tickets
of it, most of those guys came from Thomas, who this year was inducted butter-smooth voice, Larry has released for the dinner dance are $15 and are
here. So it was important, yes. They into the Florida Artists Hall of Fame seven albums of original music and two available at the chamber office, city
kept the Union, for a period of time at along with Gloria Estefan. live albums since 1980. He has ap- hall, city mobile home park or Fort
least, from taking the cattle. It was a Thomas, who is considered the peared with such legendary performers Meade animal clinic.
small battle, but a big part of the bigger "dean" of Florida folk music, has com- as Alabama and Waylon Jennings. "We hope everyone in the communi-
picture. Fort Meade was an important posed hundreds of original songs that Mangum performs both Saturday ty gets behind this effort," Perry added.
cross roads when you think about it." pay tribute to the state's past. He will and Sunday at noon, while Mincev will "We need the support of all, the city,
The event started as the Peace River perform on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. in the take to the stage at 1 p.m. each day. the business community, the residents,
Folk Festival in 2010, and just a few Florida Public Utilities Entertainment 'As part of our commitment to make to make this the kind of event we want
re-enactors attended. Pavilion. this a top-flight event, we've brought it to become, one that we can all be
It has steadily grown through the Born and raised in Clay County, in some of the best folk entertainers proud of and one that people from
last few years; however, with battle Thomas is a native Floridian whose in the state," Perry added. "They are all over will know Fort Meade for. The
re-enactments and top level folk ancestors came to Florida to farm in artists in every sense of the word, from chamber is thrilled to be able to coordi-
entertainment drawing crowds. The the late eighteenth-century. Members singing to storytelling to just plain good nate it all, but we can't do it without the
re-enactments are scheduled Saturday of his family fought in the Second old entertainment." support of many."

There will be more cannons at this year's re-enactments than ever before. A soldier at last year's re-enactment takes aim on the enemy.

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Ben Hill Grffin Jr. Elementary Frostproof library has

STop Dgtax help available

For people who need help filing their SSA- 1099 for if you were paid Social
taxes, there is help available. Security benefits.
AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is a free All 1099 forms (1099-INT, 1099-DIV,
tax help to low-and moderate income 1099-B, etc.) showing interest and/or
taxpayers, especially those 60 and older. dividends and documentation showing
SThe help is free, individualized and no original purchase price of sold assets.
strings attached. 1099-MISC showing any miscella-
Help can be found Mondays from neous income.
8:30 to 11 a.m. and 4:30 to 7 p.m. 1099-R form if you received a pension
and again on Thursdays from 8:30 to or annuity.
11:30 a.m. at the Latt Maxcy Memorial All forms indicating federal income
Library, 15 N. Magnolia Avenue. The tax paid.
program runs through April 14. Dependent care provider information
PHOTO PROVIDED This is the 30th anniversary of the (name, employer ID, Social Security
program at the Frostproof library, number).
Frostproof's Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Elementary School recently named its Top Dawgs for January. Those who would like to have help with All receipts or canceled checks if
Honored students include: Alicia Vega, Alissa Thompson, Angelica Garcia, Barbara Carrizales, their filing are asked to bring these items: itemizing deductions.
Bryan Arellano, Carla Mendoza, Ismael Espinoza, John Olivera, Johnathon Britt, Jonathan Copy of last year's income tax Social Security cards or other official
Perez, Juan Gonzalez, Kaitlyn Drawdy, Kelsey ollins, Kendalyn Spurlock, Matthew Hadden, return(s) documentation for yourself and all
Max Silva, Nelsi Galarza, Noah Gonzales, Pricila Vega, Rafael Vargas, Sa'miah Knight, W-2 forms from each employer. dependents.
Taytiana Smith, Trevor Smith and Victoria Allen. Unemployment compensation For further information, call the library
statements. at 863-635-7857.

Local leaders laud greening trust fund plan

STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS "We're starting to see the real im- citrus industry. Finding a cure for this This season, estimates for the total
pact of the disease," said Prakash K. destructive disease is vital to maintain- crop are at the lowest point since a
Hebbar, national coordinator for the ing a strong economy and protecting devastating freeze in 1989-90 wiped out
WASHINGTON A provision in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's citrus jobs right here in Southwest Florida. a good portion of fruit. Greening is cited
recently negotiated farm bill is designed health response program. In previous This measure represents a crucial step as the major cause, and it is estimated
to tackle the scourge of citrus greening, years, citrus yield and the quality of the forward by securing a sustainable that as many as 75 percent of Florida's
a bacterial disease that is devastating to fruit have fallen. funding source necessary to combat this trees are now infected.
crops in Florida and several other states. "It really is devastating to the indi- pervasive disease." "Citrus Greening not only threatens
Included in the legislation's con- vidual producers," said Krysta Harden, Hebbar said the USDA has not desig- our groves, it hurts our local and nation-
ference report is $125 million spread deputy agriculture secretary, who nated a specific program or strategy to al economies," said Ross. "Since 2005,
over five years, guaranteed to go to recently toured damaged citrus areas in deploy the new citrus-greening money, citrus greening has cost Florida 8,200
citrus disease research. An additional Florida. but he said officials will meet soon to jobs and $4.5 billion in economic loss."
$125 million over five years in discre- According to the USDA, citrus green- discuss spending plans. It could be up Rooney, who represents Polk, said the
tionary citrus funding was also included ing -known as Huanglongbing, or HLB to a year before the trust fund money money is a win for many in and out of
in the bill, although that money still will cost Florida more than $4.5 billion is available, but Congress already the juice business.
need to be appropriated each year. in lost citrus production and more earmarked $20 million in the current "Getting this funding to fight citrus
Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., and Rep. than 8,200 lost jobs from the 2006-07 budget plan for greening research. disease is a huge victory not just for.
Vern Buchanan, R-Fla., pushed for the to 2010-11 production seasons. It was U.S. Reps. Dennis Ross, R-Lakeland, the growers in my district, but for our
funding. It comes after an additional first detected in Florida in 2005 and has Tom Rooney, R-Fort Myers, and Steve entire state and everyone in this country
$20 million was put into the omnibus affected the "vast majority" of Florida's Southerland, R-Panama City, touted the who drinks orange juice," said Rooney.
spending bill approved by Congress this citrus-producing areas, the department funding as well as industry leaders. "We've been working for the last three
month. said. "This is absolutely terrific news. We years to get this program included in
The farm bill, legislation that is The bacterial disease isn't a risk to are in a crisis right now and we know the the Farm Bill, and I couldn't be happier
customarily revamped and passed every humans or animals, but it moves from key to beating citrus greening disease that we were able to secure it in the final
five years to lay out the structure of infected to healthy plants, eventually is going to be uncovered by science agreement reached today."
agriculture spending, is nearly com- causing the trees to produce green, funded in part though this money," said Southerland had a direct hand in the
plete. The bill was approved Monday misshapen and bitter-tasting fruit. It's Michael W. Sparks, executive VP/CEO negotiations.
by a bipartisan conference committee spread by a gnat-sized insect: the Asian of Florida Citrus Mutual. "This funding "As the only member of Congress
of members from the House and the citrus psyllid. There is no known cure, is an investment in the future of one of from Florida to serve on the Farm Bill
Senate, and Nelson's office said that final and the only effective control once a tree Florida's signature industries and gets us Conference Committee, I was commit-
congressional passage was fairly certain, is infected is to remove the tree. that much closer to a solution." ted to doing all I could to help ensure
It is on track for a vote in the House on Nelson, in a statement, said the new Nelson has been trying to establish the long-term viability of citrus produc-
Wednesday and in the Senate as soon as money will help fund research into the trust fund since 2010, and thought tion in our state," said Southerland. "By
the end of this week. combating and eradicating the disease. he was close last year before the mea- working in a bipartisan fashion, we were
The money is designed to help "This means people will still have sure eventually died. able to secure $125 million to protect
.researchers and the citrus industry orange juice to drink," he said. Florida is the nation's top citrus one of Florida's signature crops from
combat the disease, which has had a Buchanan said in a statement: producer, and Polk County is the citrus greening."
major impact on Florida and has also "Citrus greening threatens not only numberone citrus producer in the state, (Chris Adams of the McClatchy
spread into California, Louisiana, Texas, the existence of Florida citrus farmers accounting for almost Washington Bureau contributed to this
Georgia and South Carolina. and producers, but the entire U.S. 2.5 million boxes last season. report.)

Stephen Ministry Signs will get a new look by city leaders
s n By BRIAN ACKLEY is put signs out. We just have to look at what's
class in F rostproof BACKLEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM best for this community."
She said invitations have already been ex-
Frostproof leaders are asking for the com- tended to some businesses in the community.
First Presbyterian Church provides one on one assistance munity's input Feb. 3 when it starts looking at "We're hoping they come and give their two
of Frostproof will be starting to people in their time of need, the city's sign ordinance. cents worth," Croley said.
Stephen Ministry classes in for as long as they need it." A special city council workshop will be held Because it's a workshop, no official action
February. For those that are compas- on Monday, Feb. 3 at 4 p.m. in city hall to can be taken by the council. And it's likely to
The Stephen Ministry is a sionate and enjoy helping initiate discussion and dialogue on the issue, be a discussion that will require a number of
faith-based ministry directed people, this may be a program which last was reviewed in 2010. meetings before any changes would be made.
to people who have suffered that will be of interest, Elder City Manager T.R. Croley is encouraging Any proposed changes would be subject
a loss in their lives. The loss added. There is a 50-hour businesses and residents to come forward with to a first and second reading, and two public
may be of a spouse, a job, a training course and a two-year their thoughts and ideas about how to improve hearings before they become law.
marriage, a home and the like, commitment required for the the sign ordinance, allowing for businesses She said the city has tried to be supportive
church officials noted. program. to advertise their goods without potentially of businesses, but that it can sometimes be
"We can suffer many differ- There will be an introduction cluttering the city landscape. difficult because of the existing code.
ent types of loss in our lives to this course on Saturday '"As you can see in the city, there's all types "They've got to have some means of letting
and each loss has an effect on Feb.1 at 9 a.m. in the church out there right now, and we need to revise the people know where they're at," she added.
our lives," Pastor Buzzy Elder office. Contact the church at code or get more strict with it, and we need "You have to figure out where the happy
noted. "Some people adjust to 863-635-3955 to sign up for the council's direction on where we want to take medium is."
these changes more easily than introductory class or for more this," Croley noted. "You Wvant to promote The city council will hold its regularly sched-
others. The Stephen Ministry information, business, and basically the only way to do that uled meeting at 6 p.m. following the workshop.

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OBITUARIES William C. 'Bill' Jones
William C. "Bill" Jones, 78, of Lake Wales, of Pompano Beach, Fla.; sons, Harvey
D oris Joan Katz Lieder Fla., passed away Saturday Jan. 25, 2014, at (Becky) Jones of Hide-A-Way Hills, Ohio,
Jhis residence. and Curtis Jones of Lancaster, Ohio;
He was born April 30, 1935, in Spencer, sisters, Mary Snyder of Akron, Ohio,
Doris Joan and 14 great-grandchildren, whom she WVa., to Alva and Ada (Harper) Jones Barbara "Barb" Conley of Parkersburg,
Katz Lieder, 75, enjoyed in person and picture until her and had been a resident of the area for 13 W.Va., and Wilma Reynolds; brothers,
of Babson Park, tpassing. years moving here from Lancaster, Ohio. Ray Jones of Granbury, Texas, and
Fla., passed away She also was very active as vice president He was retired from the U.S. Air Force. Bill Robert Jones of Elyria, Ohio; and one
Monday, Jan. 13, of both Cavco and Mid West Contracting, enjoyed fishing, swimming, was an artist grandchild.
2014, at her home both Michigan corporations, in painting, enjoyed reading his Bible, he Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m.
with her devoted Her main passion was as owner and was an avid Ohio State football fan, and Thursday, Jan. 30,2014, at the Marion
partner for life, manager of Long Lane Farm in Fenton, guitarist who played in a band. Nelson Funeral Home with the Rev. David
Don, at her side, Mich., raising, breeding and racing stan- Bill was a veteran of Korea and the Durham officiating. Interment will be held
due to regenerative dard bred race horses until her retirement. Vietnam War serving in the U.S. Air Force; at the Lake Wales Cemetery. Family will
osteoarthritis and- She then enjoyed 10 years of RV Motor following his military service, he worked receive friends on Thursday from 1 p.m.
pulmonary arterial Coach travel to all points of the U.SA., at Ralston-Purina Corp. and was of the until service time.
hypertension. Doris Joan Katz Lieder Canada, Alaska and both mainland and Baptist faith. Condolences may be sent to the family
A celebration the Mexican Baja. Survivors include his wife of 53 years, and the webcast of the service can be
of her life will be held at the South Lake Donations in her honor may be made Hilda J. Jones; daughters, Dr. Pamela viewed at www.marionnelsonfuneralhome.
Wales Church of God, 210 Presidential Dr., to Cornerstone Hospice ofWinter Haven, Jones of Lake Wales and Brandi Jones com.
Warner University in Lake Wales, Fla., at 2519 Havendale Blvd., Winter Haven,
2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014. FL 33881, and/or South Lake Wales Church
She dedicated her life to her family, of God, 210 Presidents Dr., Lake Wales, Susie Reeb
husband, seven children, 18 grandchildren. FL 33859.
Susie Reeb, 82, entered a teaching career of 35 years in
D thy *fo riffith of Babson Park, Ohio and Florida. She was a member of
D orothy M arie Lunsford-Griffith Fla., passed away the First Presbyterian Church of Lake
Thursday, Jan. 23, Wales and was mentioned in the Who's
Mrs. Dorothy of Sarasota, Fla., and Regina Griffith, 2014, at her Who of American Women for her im-
Marie Lunsford- Webb City, Mo.; brother, Edward (JoAnn) residence. pressive teaching career. She is survived
Griffith, 78, passed Walker of Fort Meade; grandchildren, She was born by her good friend, Lois Jeanette Odle.
away Sunday, Deana (Joe) Rickman, Joseph Lunsford, Jan. 14, 1932, in Susie was preceded in death by her
Jan. 12,2014, in Chase Lunsford and Elizabeth Woodard; Glasgow, Ky., and parents, Arthur Henry and Wilma M.
Winter Haven, Fla., and one great-grandchild, Kaydee Parker. she came to the Reeb.
of heart failure. Dorothy was preceded in death by her Lake Wales, Fla., Memorial service will be held at
Dorothy was parents, Samuel D. and Delma H. Walker; area in 1965 from 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 31, 2014, at the First
born Sept. 22, first husband, Joe J. Lunsford; and sisters, Fairborn, Ohio. Susie Reeb Presbyterian Church of Lake Wales.
1935, in Tiger Bay, Veda Gurlock and Ethel Roberts. She was a former resident of Kentucky, Condolences may be sent to the famiily at
Fla., and moved to Visitation was held from 6 to 8 p.m., graduate of Ashbury College, and then
Lake Wales, Fla., Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014, at Hancock
from Fort Meade, Dorothy Marie Funeral Home, 945 E. Broadway Ave., avid Te, -
Fla., in 1994. Lunsford-Griffith Fort Meade. D avid ICT Words of Comfort
She was Funeral service was held at 10:30 am.,
the Deputy Clerk for the Polk County Wednesday Jan. 15, 2014, at the First David Tew, 59, of Lake Wales, Fla., Light always
Courthouse for 18 years, a member of Fort Church of God, 215 S. PerryAve., Fort passed away Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014, follows dairkness.
Meade First Church of God where she Meade, with the Rev. Travis Risner offi- at the Lake Wales Medical Center.
served many years as a youth leader, and ciating. Interment followed in Evergreen Arrangements are by Marion Nelson Anonymous
a Fort Meade High School graduate, Class Cemetery in Fort Meade. Funeral Home of Lake Wales.
of 1953. Condolences may be sent to the family
She is survived by her husband, at In lieu of flow-
William Griffith of Lake Wales; sons, ers, contributions may be made to the
Michael (Pam) Lunsford of Lake Wales Building Fund of First Church of God or to
and Steve Lunsford of Fort Myers, Fla.; The Gideons International, EO. Box 763,
stepson, Paul (Cindy) Griffith of Boyack, Bartow, FL 33831.
N.C.; stepdaughters, Patricia (David) Arrangements are by Hancock Funeral
Carpenter of Fort Myers, Kristine Griffith Home of Fort Meade.

Helen Gallagher Mary Jean

Helen Gallagher, 70, of Indian Lake M onroe Foster
Estates, Fla., passed away peacefully
Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014. at her residence. Mary Jean Monroe Foster, 80,
Arrangements are by Marion Nelson passed away Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014,
Funeral Home of Lake Wales, Fla. at the Legacy House in Ocala, Fla.
Arrangements are by Marion Nelson
Funeral Home of Frostproof, Fla.
Regina Szklarski
Thomas F. Green
Regina Szklarski, 88, of Indian
Lake Estates, Fla., passed away Thomas E Green, 67, of Lake Wales,
Friday, Jan. 24, 2014, at her home. Fla., passed away Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014,
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Wednesday, January 29, 2014 The News Page 19

Woman's Club celebrates 100 years

By JESSICA BRAY details about the Afternoon Teas Places plaque signifying the build- circle to a community service group
SPECIAL TO THE LAKE WALES NEWS that were so popular at that time," ing's election to in the United States renamed the "Mutual Aid Society."
said Bullwinkel, "members are National Register of Historic Places. With 35 women members in 1916,
The Lake Wales Woman's Club has planning to dress in period clothing Other planned events include an the group organized as the Lake
announced their 2014 calendar of and will encourage guests to do the International Dinner on Feb. 21, Wales Civic League. The League
events featuring a year of programs same. When people ask what that Flea Market on March 7 and 8, became "The Woman's Club" on
designed to celebrate their first means we tell them think'Titanic,' Business after Hours Reception on June 29, 1920 and has continued to
100 years of service, since that movie was set in the heart April 8, and two October events: work toward the betterment of Lake
"While most of these events are of the Edwardian Era. We know 17th annual Spaghetti Dinner and Wales ever since.
annual programs, we will be incor- these Teas were prevalent at the Pioneer Days Bake Sale. The Lake Wales Woman's Club
porating as much of our history into time our club was established, so we The Lake Wales Woman's Club meets monthly at 10:30 a.m. on the
each of them as possible," said cur- can be sure our founding members traces its beginnings to May 26, first Thursday of each month from
rent club president Joan Bullwinkel. hosted and attended them regularly. 1914 when Mrs. N. E. Stewart October through May at their club-
"We've also added two programs What better tribute to our Club's invited every woman living in Lake house on 275 E. Park Ave. The Club
specifically to honor our 100 year history than to 'reenact' a typical Wales to a "Thimble Party" at the raises funds and provides support to
anniversary." social event of the time." Hotel Wales. The result was the start more than 27 programs and organi-
On April 13, the Club will be The second special event will be of a sewing group they named the zations in and around Lake Wales.
hosting an authentic Edwardian Tea the 100th Anniversary Reception held Merry-Go-Round club. The name In addition, the Club maintains an
at 2 p.m., where menu, d6cor and from 5 to 7 pm on Friday, May 23. recognized that club members took historic building that is available for
ambiance will all be drawn from the In addition to celebrating the turns hosting the meetings at their rental by area residents and groups.
early 1900's. club's beginnings, the program will respective homes. Early on the club Membership is open to any resident
"We are researching recipes and include an unveiling of the Historic evolved from a purely social sewing of greater Lake Wales.



Virginia Anne Schreier, Ph.D.,
graduated from the University of NOMINATING PROCEDURE
South Florida with a Doctor of
Philosophy in Curriculum and FOR ELECTION TO CITY COMMISSION
Instruction with an emphasis on
Reading and Language Arts on QUALIFICATIONS FOR OFFICE. Members of the City Commission must be registered voters and residents of the
Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013 at the Sun City of Lake Wales for at least one year. The Commissioner elected to Seat 3 must reside in District 122. The City
Dome in Tampa, Florida. Schreier is Clerk shall furnish district Boundaries.
seeking employment at a research
university and plans to continue her NOMINATION MATERIALS. Persons may obtain blank petitions and other materials to be used in the nominating
research on literacy, informational
texts, and science instruction in procedure from the City Clerk's office on or after Monday, February 3, 2014.
the primary grades. She has a long
career in education, in which she CAMPAIGN FINANCES. Any candidate seeking to qualify for-election must appoint a campaign treasurer and desig-
taught pre-school for 4 years, ele- nate a campaign depository on or before the date obtaining petition signatures. Petition signatures obtained prior to
mentary-age students for 9 years, this date will be disqualified. Do not open the campaign checking account until this form, DS-DE 9, is filed with the
and undergraduate students with City Clerk. You cannot accept any donations or make any expenditure until you have been qualified as a Candidate dur-
education majors at USF in Tampa ing qualifying period. Forms for designating a campaign treasurer and depository will be furnished by the City Clerk.
for the past four and a half years.
Schreier resides in Lake Wales with PETITIONS. Candidates for election to the City Commission must be nominated by petition. The City Clerk will
her husband, Joseph Schreier. Her furnish an official petition. Any registered voter of District 122 shall be nominated for election to Seat 3 by petition.
parents are Howard and Marian
Towns, and her children are Clint Twenty-five (25) registered voters residing in that district or area shall sign the petition.
Walters, Christina Liberatore, and
Brad Maness. Each signer must indicate next to the signature the date of signing and the place of residence. The signatures to a
nominating petition need not all be affixed to one paper, but each separate paper of a petition must bear a notarized af-
fidavit executed by its circulator stating the number of signers of the paper, that each signature on it was affixed in his/
her presence and that he/she believes each signature to be the genuine signature of the person whose name it purports
to be. All signatures must be executed in ink.

FILING AND ACCEPTANCE. All separate papers comprising a nominating petition must be assembled and filed with
the City Clerk as one instrument not before 12:00 noon on Monday, February 10, 2014 nor after 12:00 noon on Friday,
February 14, 2014. The City Clerk will record the exact time when each petition is filed. No nominating petition will
be accepted unless accompanied by a signed acceptance of nomination and payment of a twenty five dollar ($25.00)
city qualifying fee and a forty-five dollar and thirty-nine cents ($45.39) state election assessment for remittance to the
Florida Department of State and deposit in the Elections Commission Trust Fund. The qualifying fee and the elec-.
tion assessment must be paid by check from the campaign account made payable to: THE CITY OF LAKE WALES,

Any person seeking to qualify for election to city office who is unable to pay the state election assessment without
imposing an undue burden on personal resources may do so in accordance with Sec. 8-42 (c) of the Municipal Code.

Persons who are unable or unwilling to pay the city qualifying fee may qualify by the alternative method of submitting
an official nominating petition dilly signed by at least one percent (1%) of the registered voters residing in that district
as in accordance with Sec. 8-44 (c) of the Municipal Code.
ra Ae Sh PhD. PROCEDURE AFTER FILING. Within two (2) business days after the filing of a nominating petition, the City Clerk
will notify the candidate and the person who filed the petition whether or not it satisfies the requirements prescribed
by the City Charter and Municipal Election Code. If a petition is filed insufficiently, the City Clerk will return it im-
SO. x// mediately to the person who filed it with a statement certifying where it is found insufficient. Such a petition may be
Samended and filed again as a new petition, or a different petition may be filed for the same candidate no later than 12:00
noon on February 14, 2014. Candidates for election to the City Commission must submit a financial report as required
for reading the by state statutes. Candidates must comply with all state and local laws governing elections.
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Page 20 The News Wednesday, January 29, 2014


Highlanders settle for second in district

Postseason will begin Feb. 4 at home against Lake Region

By DENNIS LATTA 9-3 district records and they split their two but trailed by seven going into the final
SPORTS CORRESPONDENT regular-season games. The Highlanders period. They again had it down to three at
had the advantage in the tiebreaker, giving 55-52 with 6:44 left in the game before the
The Lake Wales boys' basketball team them the No. 2 seed and home court Blue Devils went on a 7-0 run to put the.
will go into the district tournament next advantage in the district semifinals. game away.
week as the No. 2 seed and will have a The winner of the Lake Wales-Poinciana Savonte Frazier had a big night for
home game on Tuesday night. game would earn a berth in the regionals Lake Wales with 31 points as the only
The Highlanders lost at Winter Haven in two weeks while the season would be Highlander to score in double figures.
75-65 last Friday to determine the final finished for the loser. The district cham- "Yeah, but we lost. All statistics are
standings in Class 6-A, District 8. The pionship game would be Feb. 8 at Winter unimportant other than the fact that we
Blue Devils will have a first-round bye in Haven. lost," said Lee.
the district tournament and has almost a Lake Wales has one regular-season Ismael Celestin had 24 points, Chance
walk-through to the championship game game left on Friday with a non-district McSpadden 13, DerickWiggins 12 and
and a berth in the regionals in two weeks. game against Lake Highland Prep in the Darius Janes 11 for the. Blue Devils, who
Because they lost, LWHS will play host Stinger Shootout. had a more balanced offense.
to seventh-place Lake Region in the first The Highlanders had a slow start The Highlanders had beaten Winter
round Feb. 4. The Highlanders go into the against Winter Haven on Friday and spent Haven earlier in the season.
game with an overall record of 13-11 but the rest of the night trying to catch up. The "Our players knew something was on PHOTOS BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
they are 9-3 in the district. Lake Region is Blue Devils had a 17-4-lead and the only the line this time," said Winter Haven
1-20, 0-11 and has lost 15 games in a row. basket by LWHS was on a goaltending call. Tyrone Woodside. "When there is some- Highlander Shaka McGriff leaps up for a shot on
Lake Wales beat Lake Region twice But Lake Wales went on 5-0 run to end the thing on the line for this team, they look Winter Haven's goal at Friday's game in Winter
duringthe regular season by scores of first quarter for a 17-9 score. inside themselves and really focus." Haven.
79-52 ahd 78-62. Winter Haven opened a 26-12 lead in
If the Highlanders win again, that would the second quarter and was ahead 34-27: CAM E : -
set up a showdown with Poinciana on at halftime. The Highlanders trimmed the R E m YOUR FwM
Friday, Feb. at LWHS. Both finished with deficit to three points in the third quarter during our Parish Mission
Feb. 1-5
Preached by Rev. Eugene O'Reilly
Sat,Fe1b.l 4 p.m.
Sun., Feb.2.8 & 11 am.
Mon., Feb.3 3 830 a.m. & 7 p.m.
Lake Wales' Savonte' Tues., Feb. 4, 8:30a.m.&7 p..
Frazier looks to get by Wed.,Feb.5 5:15 p.m.
Winter Haven's Gabariy
Alexis as he tries to tL All are welcome6
Alex ries to Come find a place to belong!
work his way into .
Winter Haven territopry
at Friday's game. ',-

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31 Haven.


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Municipal Election on Tuesday, April 1, 2014, between the hours of
Ta.m. and 7 p.m., for the election of two city council members.


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Wednesday, January 29, 2014 The News Page 21

Soccer Highlanders

dropped in districts

The LakeWales boys soccer season came to goals on the scoring board. But we are
to a quick end last Thesday in Aubumdale already looking forward to next year as we
as the Highlanders fell to Sebring, 2-0, in have nine returning starters and a very
the opening of district play. talented group of JV players that will be
The two teams split a pair of regular battling for a starting position in the varsity
season games. LakeWales won at Legion squad."
Field, 1-0, and lost by the same score later Rojas said the soccer mindset is starting
in the regular season, to highlight how to change on the Ridge.
close the two teams were. "We are trying to change the dynamic
Lake Wales was the No. 2 seed in the of the sport of soccer in Lake Wales. For
Class 3A, District 11 game, and Sebring was years soccer has been a seasonal sport
No. 3. The victory moved the Blue Streaks which many athletes would take part of
to 8-7-2 on the season (6-3-1 in the district) during their offseason in other sports," he
while LakeWales finished the campaign at noted. "Now, with the help of local soccer
10-9 (7-5). leagues, and past players that have shown
The two teams battled inclement weather scholarships are available for soccer players
and each other to a scoreless tie in the first in Lake Wales, the level of commitment to
half, with LakeWales' stingy defense being the sport has been growing exponentially.
led byTyler McKenzie, but two second half Youth all-star teams are winning touma-
goals by talented Sebring sophomore Larry ments, the competitive teams are winning
Gilchrist proved to be the differe ce. divisions in the Central Florida area, and
"We had a true year of restructuring, the local middle schools are also formaliz-
new keeper, entire new defense, entire new ing the foundation of the student athletes
midfield, and the one constant in the front, in the sport of soccer which will only help
Jonathan Smith, suffered a wrist injury that in the vision of local volunteers like Robbie
kept him off the fields for half the season," Shields and Tony Matthewson who have
Coach Andre Rojas noted. "With two start- been giving their time to the youths to grow
ing freshman, three starting sophomores the sport in LakeWales."
and only three returning varsity players He said the goal is to bring boys and
from the year before, we seemed destined girls soccer on par with sports like football,
to have a very complicated year. However, basketball, softball and baseball.
we managed to come together and get the "In the next few years, with the help of
No. 2 overall seed in-the district" everyone involved, we will continue to
Rojas said his team was ready for what reach closer to the likes of Aubumdale,
Sebring had to offer, and in many ways, Ridge Community, and Lake Region. The
had the better of the play. Highlander pride runs high, and this year
"We were able to show some beautiful the boys and girls teams were able to show
soccer in the playoffs. We dominated ball that this is more than just a
possession by more than 60 percent, out gram, we are a family," Rojas added. "We
shot Sebring 17-9, and were able to find can't wait for what the next few years have
trust from within the group," he noted. waiting for this our Lake Wales High School
"But unfortunately none of it accumulated Highlander family."




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Page 22 The News 6Wednesday, January 29,2014

Lady Highlanders advance in districts

By DENNIS LATTA finally started playing," said Lake Wales
SPORTS CORRESPONDENT coach Demetrius Sanders. "When we
stopped playing like that, we played well."
The LakeWales High School girls' The Lady Highlanders knew the signifi-
basketball tear made short work of cance of the garie. "If we lose, we go to the
Auburndale Monday night in the first house," Sanders noted.
round of the district tournament at But withWilliams controlling the
Tenoroc High School. game, Lake Wales won with ease. She
With Zada Williarms scoring a sea- hit three-point shots, helped break the
son-high 31 points, the Lady Highlanders press by bringing the ball up court, found
overwhelmed Aubumdale 67-17. With the teammates for assists and did much of her
win, LWHS advances to Thursday's second scoring on offensive rebounds.
round, probably against Lake Gibson, at "That was probably her high for the
Tenoroc. year," Sanders said. "We would be in
A win Thursday would give the Lady trouble without her. We had a two-player
Highlanders a berth in the regional tandem but we lost one player to age. You
tournament next week and advance them couldn't stop those two. Now Zada has to
to the championship game of the district step up."
tournament on Friday. "I want to be that leader that teams
LakeWales is 16-10 overall and finished need. Either we get it done and go on or
second in Class 6A, District 8; we are out of there," Williams pointed out. o e t H.
The Lady Bloodhounds actually had The 6-foot junior wasn't aware that she
a 7-6 lead in the first quarter to start the has scored her season high. "I don't know POTOS BY ROBERT BLANCHARD
game. LWHS outscored Aubumdale 61-10 how many points I scored tonight. I might Khale Chandler of George Jenkins and Deaisha Walton of Lake Wales mix it up at center court.
after that. have had more sometime. Idon't know. I Lake Wales won their home gameagainst George Jenkins; 55-41. They are next in action
After LakeWales had a 17-7 lead at don't pay attention to that" Thursday in a second-round district playoff game in Tenoroc.
the end of the first quarter, the Lady If the Lady Highlanders do play :
Bloodhounds managed to score just two Lake Gibson on Thursday, Sanders is
points in the second quarter, five in the concerned. i
third andthree in the fourth. "We beat them twice, but it is veryhard Khale Chandler of
"For some reason, we played to a certain to beat a team three times inone season,' George Jenkins triesr of
level when the game started. Then we he added. G to guard the ball
against the advances of
Roshetta Tomlin of Lake
Wales as Tomlin brings
the pressure during a
regular season game
last week. The Lady
Highlanders tuned up
for their district playoffs

Highlander Zada Williams(12) is trailed by P O L K STA T E
Bloodhound Miranda Beeson (3) as she wprks Auburndale's Jozey Brady (14) finds herself PL E
her way down the court during Monday's in trouble as Lake Wales players surround C O L L E G E
District playoff game between Lake Wales and her during Monday's District Playoff game at
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Trio spreading skills and

messages on, off diamond

By BRIAN ACKLEY as well as leadership training," contacts throughout the industry to e wss
BACKLEY@HEARTLANDNEWSPAPERS.COM Martinez said, noting that registra- benefit the program, which currently
tion is going on right now. "It's a has about 30 kids enrolled, grew up in Winter Haven. He's been
Three local men are hoping to different kind of atmosphere. It's a The two said the agreement with coaching youth football and Little
spread their lessons beyond the school academy environment. We try the city will be a big boost as well. League baseball, and is an assis-
diamond as part of the Lake Wales to teach, first. We'll stop a game and "You have to have a place to call tant coach for the Lake Wales High
Bombers baseball program. say, 'hey, we're doing this wrong.' home," Martinez noted. School football Highlanders. He is
The program recently got a new Our in-house league is totally Practices is usually on Tuesday also a U.S. Marine veteran.
home, signing a lease with the instructional." and Thursday, with the classroom Martinez grew up in Orlando, and
city of Lake Wales to maintain and The program includes classroom sessions including leadership played college baseball and was
improve the three baseball fields at training before on-field work. lessons, on Saturday. drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers,
the Northwest Complex, near Janie "We have a good time as well as Martinez said he is seeing the and played AA baseball in the
Howard Elementary School. learn to be a good role model in leadership component make a Caribbean. He also coached semi-pro
The two softball fields are main- the community," York added. "We're difference. baseball in Daytona Beach. His base-
tained by the Little League organiza- trying to go to a different level." "We cover about 10 different ball career covers some 35 years. His
tion, and the Bombers have agreed The program generally targets topics and we see how it translates father was a major league scout for
to help them do that this coming boys ages nine to 16, and has both to the field," he said. "We have kids the Colorado Rockies and Cincinnati
season, too. in-house teams and travel teams. in honor rolls, Bok, IB programs. We Reds, and he helps out with the
Scott York and Victor Martinez are And it runs basically year-round. see the difference that is making." Bombers on occasions as well.
the baseball faces of the organiza- Each quarter, they plan to have in- "Our motto is building leaders For more information, contact.
tion, while Joe Perry is involved in house games and schedule at least through the diamond," York added. Martinez at 863-399-9113 or York at
helping "coach" kids off the field one travel tournament. "You'll see that on everything. That's 863-513-5418 for more information.
with his leadership training. Martinez has used his professional our thing." They also have a website, www.
"We combine baseball teaching baseball background to cultivate York lives in Lake Wales, and

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forecast. 30-40 boats. Weigh-in is at 3 p.m. and [i 8 3 -6 6-34
At Camp Mack the specs are in Cecil Douberly is the man with the
transition, but the bass are biting .answers at 863-698-3365.
good, as evidenced by the hauls this On Feb. 8, there is a cool event i r Ei K;
past weekend at the Camp Mack two- called Hook, Line and Scholarships, OF BOW
day tournament. Take Stock in Children hosted by pro
Alan Devane and Bobby Coury took angler Bobby Lane. Susan Fenich at H RIT FE TI' A
home the top prize with a catch of 863-519-8077 has the details. .
20.15 pounds which included the big The Xtreme Bass Series comes Jan Feb 1 and 2
bass winner of 6.6 pounds. calling on Feb. 9 with a 3 p.m.
Second place went to Wesley Wise weigh-in. For info, call Tony Bartels, Outdoor Receationrtion Area, FortMeade
and Derrick Moore at 17.35 pounds, 941-812-4084. The Lakeland Junior
and third place goes to Cecil Hock Bassmasters will be on the lake Come celebrate the 150th anniversary of Polk County's
and Van Soles (16.95). Fourth place Feb. 15 with a 3 p.m. weigh-in. "only CivilWar batter. Authentic Civil War re-eneactors will
goes to Levi Brown and Roger Brown Martin Bozeman at 863-640-8349 is re-created the Battle Of Bowlegs Creek at 2:30 p.m.
(16.95). Bob Eddy was telling me in charge. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.
about the tiebreaker for that but for Hope to see everybody down at the P..arking is $7 donation per vehicle, all
the life of me I can't remember what camp. Duck hunting goes until the Saturday and Sunday events are free.
it was. Don't worry, though, I never end of this month and general hunt-
forget the good fishing spots. ing season is open until February.
There were a total of 35 boats for Oh, by the way, we left out a
this team tournament. couple of words last week about
There is plenty of Camp Mack where I got information on some of
action this weekend, including the steamboat history in the area.
Saturday's Camp Mack open with I said it was the U.S. Army, which
weigh-in at 2 p.m. Call 863-696- didn't make much sense. It was
1108 for information. The Big the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Dawg Baits boats weigh in at 3 p.m. materials. Aha!
Friday, Jan 31
School Day,,students invited to tour camps, see deomonstrations,
eat with re-enactors.
7-9 p.m. Battle of Bowlegs Creek dinner dance
J Saturday, Feb. 1
10 a.m. Authentic Civil War camps, festival, open
Day Service and Respite Available 10:45-Ladies Tea
D ..e2 noon -- Florida Public Utilities Entertainment Pavillion opens featuring
ReaurantStyle Dining Experience r Florida folk music giants FrankThomas, Jerry Mincey andpothers
P* eaa ee0ns .12 noon -- Cannon demonstrations
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The Pup Rally is planned from noon- businesses in the construction process.
3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, at 5850 Brannen The vestibule, a striking entrance to the
Road S., Lakeland. It features music by reception area, showcases tiled floors,
The John Rhey Band, a bounce house, vaulted ceiling, and a relaxing seating Charles Carlson, 75, awoke around 2 al when he heard noises coming from zI
cornhole and other games. area for guests. Throughout the facility, Charles Carson,75, awoke around 2 a.m. whnheh nises coming fro
The event is the kick off for the Walk Lyons made use of one of Florida's most the kitchen of his farmhouse. He got up to investigate. When Carson entered
for Animals which is scheduled from prominent natural resources sunshine the kitchen, an intruder held a revolver t hishead. Carson's quick thinking ma
8 a.m.-noon on Saturday, April 12 in by.incorporating windows and custom have saved his life. He pretended to be blind and ard of hearing, which made
Lake Mirror Promenade, 121 S. Lake skylights into the overall design. There is the intruder lower his weapon. At that moment, Carson swiftly grabbed his own
Ave., Lakeland. also an outdoor seating area, complete9 handgunand told the intruderto get on the flor. He complied, but then
Additional activities at the Pup Rally with a pergola, awater feature and an stood up and advanced toward Carlson. Carlsonordered him to stop. When the
includes dog and car wash, agility abundance of native Floridian plants. man continued toward him, Carlson fired. After sustaining a gunshot wound to -
course and contests with prizes. For The use of the natural light, combined the leg, the intruder reached for the gun in his pocket, prompting Carlson to fire
information on this visit www.spca with custom woodworking, flooring, and a second time. The second gunshot proved fatal for the 23-year-old intruder. A. or call 863-577-4607. For art pieces throughout the facility, give second intruder heard the gunshots and fled. (Star Tribune, Sandstone, Minn.,
information and to sign'up for the Walk the space the look and feel of Florida 11/17/13)
for Animals, visit while retaining the hallmarks found in
TR?fr_id=1080&pg=entry. all AUtech facilities around the world. A couple woke to the sound of a man screaming in their backyard around 3:15
Planned phase two and three invest- a.m. The husband yelled at the man and told him to get off his property, while
Animal Nutrition cuts the ribbon ments to the facility will include updated his wife called 911 .The man threatened the couple before shattering a glass door
Lakeland Animal Nutrition, pow- break and bathroom areas for production and entering the home where the couple's baby slept. The husband retrieved a
ered by Alltech, opened a renovated staff along with operational upgrades to firearm and fired, killing the intruder. It was reported that the 22-year-old man
Corporate Headquarters at the site of its the mill. had been hallucinating and ranting about zombies at a party just hours before.
facility in Lakeland. Bob Simon, general manager of (Los AngelesTimes, Yorba Linda, Calif., 11/26/13) .
President and founder of Alltech Dr. Lakeland Animal Nutrition said, "It's
Pearse Lyons was joined at the official been an honor to be a part of the heri- Krick's Korner, a local convenience store, was open-around 2p.m. when two men
ribbon-cutting by Lakeland Mayor Pro tage of Lakeland Animal Nutrition and wearing masks entered. They held the store clerk at gunpoint and demanded
Tem Keith Merritt and Deirdre Lyons, to serve the livestock industry under the money, cigarettes and lottery tickets. Meanwhile, a man exiting a nearby apart-
co-founder of Alltech. same badge with Alltech is truly exciting." ment building saw the robbery taking place. He quickly drew his concealed fire-
The facility in Lakeland, now em- "Our investment in Lakeland Animal arm and ordered the robbers to stop as they made their way outside.They turned
ploying 42 people, has increased in size Nutrition represents our continuing their guns on the concerned citizen, prompting him to fire his gun. Both robbers
and capacity to 5,000 feet. The phase commitment to Florida agriculture," sustained fatal gunshot wounds to the chest. No other injuries were reported.
one, $2 million investment includes the said Dr. Pearse Lyons, president of (Reading Eagle, Reading, Pa., 11/5/13)
addition of a Quality Assurance labo- Alltech. "Throughout the 95-year
ratory where feed and feed ingredients history of Lakeland Animal Nutrition; Tariq Bell and his 13-year-old daughter had just left a music store when theywere
can be tested for quality control and the company has provided Florida's approached by a 40-year-old stranger. The man had just robbed someone at a
traceability. The renovation also includes producers with cutting-edge feeding nearby hotel and was being pursued by police. The fugitive grabbed Bell from
redesigned office spaces for marketing, solutions. Our goal is to build on this behind, jumped into the driver's seat of his vehicle and demanded the keys. With
sales, finance, and customer service, long and storied tradition by bringing his daughter already in the backseat of the vehicle, Bell acted quickly. He drew
Deirdre Lyons, director of corporate advanced technology to the farmer, his firearm and ordered the man to get out of his vehicle. When the fugitive saw
image and design at Alltech and the com- which represents a commitment to Bell's gun, he fled. It was reported that he then tried to carjack another victim
pany's cofounder, oversaw the remodel- Floridaagriculture now and in the who sped away. He was, however, successful in carjacking a third victim and led
ling and expansion of the building, and future. We are truly excited about our p
also commissioned a number of local opportunities here." police on a high speed chase. He was ultimately apprehended and faces charges
including armed robbery, carjacking, kidnapping and aggravated assault on a
police officer. Neither Bell nor his daughter was injured during the incident. (WSB
Radio, SnelIville, Ga., 11/13/13)

When Alan Abele, 68, crept outside to investigate the thumping sounds at his
back door around 4 a.m., he found an unexpected trespasser. After quickly grab-
bing a flashlight and his .357 magnum pistol, Abele opened the door to his back
porch and was met with an angry 200-lb., 6-ft. alligator. The animal sprang to-
ward Abele. He said, "I was crouched down and looking around when he hit me
hard enough to knock me into a planter.The next thing I knew he's coming at me
with his jaws open. ..Abele pulled the trigger just in time as the alligator was
just inches away. Abele said he regrets having to kill the alligator, but was glad
he had his gun with him. Abele suffered only a minor bruise during the attack.
(Tampa BayTimes, Dunnellon, Fla., 10/24/13)

Police found 32-year-old Nathan Ford in the street outside of his own home. He
suffered multiple gunshot wounds after defending himself from an armed in-
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Polk County Youth Fair Schedule of Events

Jan. 25-Jan. 31 3-7 p.m.: Mannequin Modeling
Stuart Center, 1710 U.S. 17 S., Bartow 4 p.m.: Poultry Showmanship
3-7 p.m. Working booths
Wednesday, Jan. 29 6 p.m.: Market Steer Show/
8:30 a.m.-10 p.m.: Stuart Center open Showmanship (open and commercial)
to the public
9 am.-noon: Storytelling Contest Friday, Jan. 31
1-5 p.m.: Chili Cook-off Contest 9-9:45 a.m.: Horticulture Judging
3-7 p.m.: Stuart Center open to public Contest
5 p.m.: Dog Showmanship, Class 10 a.m.-noon: Working booths
6 p.m.: Whip Popping Contest 10 a.m.-noon: Mannequin Modeling
10:30 a.m.-noon: Livestock Judging
Thursday, Jan. 30. Contest
8i am.: Dog Show 2-4 p.m.: Blueberry, Citrus, Peace &
9 a.m.: Demonstration Ornamental Plant Sale
10:30 a.m.: Illustrated Talks 4:30-5:30 p.m.: Tri-Color Presentation
10 a.m.-4 p.m.: Beef Breeding Show/ 6 p.m.: Parade of Champions
Showmanship 6:30 p.m.: Commercial Heifer Sale
2 p.m.: Scrap Off Contest 730 p.m.: Market Steer Sale

Three pigs take a little rest Sunday before the Hog Show Sunday at the Polk County Youth Fair at the FloralAvenue Elementary School third-grader Addisan Stinson shows her pig Sunday at the Hog
Stuart Facility, The 67th Annual Youth Fair lasts all week at the Stuart Complex on U.S. 17 in Bartow. Show at the 67th Annual Youth Fair at the Stuart Complex.

The center was packed Sunday afternoon for the Hog Show at
the 67th Annual Youth Fair.

Codie Sailor from the Lake Wales Senior FFA, shows her hog at
Kaitlyn King, a Top Notch 4-H Bartow member, tries to keep her the 6th h Annual Youth Fair. She won first place in her class.
hog still Sunday at the Youth Fair at the Stuart Complex.

A judge looks over Harley Myers'hog Sunday at the Stuart ,
Complex during the 67th Annual Polk County Youth Fair.

C Shelby Pierce from the Fort Meade Middle Senior FFA, walks her

A judge looks over Alexis King's hog. She won first place in her hog during the Hog Show Sunday at the Stuart Complex at the Amber Cooper from the Bartow Senior High FFA, won first place
class. She is a member of the Top Notch 4-H Bartow. Youth Fair. in her class at the Youth Fair Sunday.

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Lighting sets the stage for outdoor fun

Tis the season for making changes outdoor lighting should consider the great way to create barriers, both ver- lighting contribute to a well-designed
in and around the home. The arrival of following tips, courtesy of ALA. tically and horizontally. Lights in a tree landscape. Lighting should play up
warmer weather renews homeowners' Improve navigation. Lighting is create something akin to a chandelier decorative features of a yard and add
vigor for various home improvement typically layered into a room or outdoor hung in the middle of the sky, and even the ambience that homeowners desire.
projects, and many have grand plans for space in three ways: overhead, task accent lights in the general area of the Step lights make passage safe while also
interior and exterior renovations as they and ambient. Even outdoors, where edge of a patio, deck or porch will shine highlighting molding or trim details.
prep their living spaces for comfort, there are no typical boundaries and across the space and provide enough An outdoor chandelier can make for a
beauty and entertaining opportunities, borders, those three layers are neces- of a comfort level for people to under- wonderful accent during dinnertime on
Whilethere are many worthy projects sary. Outdoor overhead lighting should stand where things are. the deck or under a pergola. Patio lights
to pursue, adding outdoor lighting to improve visibility on steps, paths and Reduce glare. Outdoor lighting that provide atmosphere as well as illumina-
a home can help increase its value and walking surfaces, especially where casts a glare can be blinding, as can tion for cooking outside.
make the home safer and more attrac- there's a bend or an intersection. Task light that's too bright. Lighting aldng Enhance views from inside. Outdoor
tive in the evening hours. lighting can be used around cooking or paths should be cast downward, with lighting can make the view from inside
According to the American Lighting gardening areas. Ambient light will cast fixtures that are hooded. A variety of pleasant and enjoyable. Use a variety
Association, with a few updates to a comforting glow around any outdoor lighting options will create layers, allow- of lights, including spotlights on trees,
outside lighting, families can make space, ing you to add or subtract as necessary, lights dotted along pathways and accent
even better use of their homes at night. Enhance security. To improve visibil- Exterior-safe dimmers also can provide lights on unique landscape features, to '
Adding outdoor lighting is easier and ity and security, combine a motion de- flexible control over the level of light, as create an idyllic landscape visible from
less expensive than many homeowners tector with a sconce to illuminate dark can movable fixtures added to a patio or inside the home.
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parties, dinners on the patio or barbe- door can give a home a warm, welcom- outdoor elements help to enhance the ers and their guests once the sun has
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Shopping for a fire pit
People have sat around an open fire loaded into the car and taken to a The best place to have the fire pit is Do not use any accelerants to make
outdoors for centuries. Not only does neighbor's house or even to the beach. on hard stone, cement or tile. Portable the fire bigger or light faster.
fire provide warmth and light, but also Portable fire pits are less expensive fire pits can be placed on patio stones Buy a vinyl cover to protect the fire
it offers a relaxing setting for conversa- than permanent models, and some in the lawn. pit from the elements when not in use.
tion and socialization. homeowners prefer a trial run with a Use a screen to keep embers and
The outdoor fire pit has transformed portable pit before deciding to install a sparks from escaping during use.
the concept of backyard entertaining, permanent structure. Keep children a good distance away
Homeowners understand how a fire Portable fire pits are made of metal from the fire pit and always supervise
pit can add value to a home and make and usually coated with a fireproof when the pit is in use. for reading the
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pit. If you are ready to make an endur- Now you can decide on the style. Gas DISCOUNT *WALK IN COOLERS & FREEZERS
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landscape designs to create a profes- chimineas, there are designs to fit most
sional patio look. They're also some of preferences and size constraints.
the safer types of fire pits because they Once you have chosen a fire pit,
cannot be knocked over and the bricks safety should prevail. Here are some
or retaining wall construction provide a tips to consider.
barrier around the fire. Keep the fire pit away from the
Portable fire" pits are freestanding home and objects that can burn.
units that can be moved around the Maintain a safe distance from the fire
yard on a whim. They also can be pit at all times.

Firepits can addvalue to a home.


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Tending to animals' dental issues

About 80 percent of dogs and cats
older than 2 have significant dental
issues. Dr. Cori Murphy
I always tell my clients that good
health begins at the mouth, which is
the first place I begin physical exams
on my patients.
Even though your pet's breath is
not meant to smell like roses, it also
should not be offensive. Bacteria
and plaque-forming foods can cause
build-up on teeth, which will harden also not correcting the build-up of
into tartar and lead to gingivitis. tartar and bacteria beneath the gum
When gingivitis worsens, the mouth line. Any animal that is not placed
becomes infected and periodontal under anesthesia for a dental is able
disease sets in, which can cause to move; therefore, increasing risk of
S pain, receding gums, and tooth loss. injury. Also, if not anesthetized, the
Eventually, bacteria will enter the pet has to endure the discomfort and
bloodstream via the bleeding gums potential pain of sensitive teeth and
and potentially build up in organs gums.
(such as the heart, liver, lungs, and If anesthesia is a concern and a
kidneys). reason that your pet's teeth are not
PHOTO COURTESY OF DENVILLE ANIMAL HOSPITAL Correcting, better yet, preventing being cleaned, then you should know
Stages of Dental Disease Stage IV being most sever. this disease process can give your pet that a complete physical exam and
a longer, healthier, and more comfort- blood tests prior to anesthesia are
able life. important tools to determine whether
The obvious signs of dental disease or not it's safe for your pet.
include bad breath and tartar buildup Once placed under anesthesia for
on the teeth. Other signs include the dental cleaning, the teeth are
abnormal drooling and/or chewing, thoroughly and effectively cleaned
loose or broken teeth, discharge with an ultrasonic scalar to remove
from gums, pawing or rubbing at the tartar on the teeth and safely beneath
L) cd1, le. "D.Jmt mouth, and even loss of appetite and the gum line. Then, the teeth are pol-
decreased activity. Smaller dogs and ished to smooth out any microscopic
cats are more prone to dental disease scratches where placue and bacteria
because they are less likely to be can adhere.
Find uson eating dry food which acts as a me- A final inspection of the mouth,
., Facebook chanical means to scrape off plaque is then performed to check for root
buildup on teeth. They are also more exposure, excessive movement,
prone to crowding of their teeth and crowding of teeth, cracks, disease of
tend to do less recreational chewing. the gums, or other abnormalities of
A "dental," also known as a "pro- the oral cavity. Commonly during the
phy" or "prophylaxis," is a cleaning oral exam, a veterinrian will deem
P avvs a r ch e and polishing of teeth. In most pets, it necessary to extract a, toth or
s a s yearly dental cleaning is necessary. multiple teeth due to such issues. For
Anim al Hospital However, if the right steps are tak- most pets, teeth extractions are yery
en to prevent bacteria and plaque beneficial since a source of pain and
buildup, then dental cleanings can be potential infection has been removed
AA" MZ &sAh~A& SAu prolonged, fromtheir mouth.
Diet, chewing behavior, and pre- Most owners don't know that their
863-676- 6176 ventative care such as daily tooth pet's teeth are bad until their breath
brushing all play a major role in is offensive. That's why it's important
preventing dental disease progres- to have yearly check-ups so your
sion. Sharp instruments used to veterinarian can examine the teeth
scrape tartar off the teeth to avoid a before dental disease gets too se-
dental cleaning is never a good idea. vere. The least expensive method of
Not only can sharp instruments cause maintaining oral health in your pet is
serious injuries to the gums, but it's prevention.

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Wednesday, January 29, 2014 Page 31


Florida is a retirement spot for horses

Mill Creek Farm takes care of aging horses unti their end

By TAMARA LUSH There's Special, a horse who worked for the farm's future. They do have chil- ,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for the Sarasota County Sheriff's dren, but they have their own careers.
Department for 17 years and whose A board of directors oversees the farm, .
ALACHUA -Whenever a horse arrives last big event was the 2012 Republican but the Gregorys hope that they can
at Mill Creek Farm in Florida, Peter and National Convention in Tampa. find someone such as a veterinarian to
Mary Gregory make the aging animal a There's Possum, who came from deal with the day-to-day challenges.
promise to last the rest of its days. the Army's Mounted Color Guard "We have to find somebody willing to
"We say you'll never be worked or rid- in Colorado, along with a certificate come here and manage it," said Peter
den again," said Peter Gregory, director of achievement signed by President Gregory.
of the farm. "And you'll be here forever. Barack Obama. He added a touch of dry humor:
And they are here forever because when Christie and Butch were found "We've been working here for 30 years
they die here, they're buried here." abandoned and starving in Miami- and we still haven't got our first
About 130 horses have this 325-acre Dade County. paycheck, by the way." AP PHOTO
farm in north-central Florida as And there's Roman, a 13-year vet- Gregory said that when he and
their retirement home, doted on by eran of the Orange County Sheriff's his wife die, the farm will remain a Peter Gregory talks with some of his horses at
now-elderly caretakers. Nearly all of Office who helped search for little nonprofit organization to help horses. the Mill Creek Farm in Alachua where he and
the horses have worked for years in law Caylee Anthony, who went missing in The land is protected by a perpetual his wife care for abused and neglected horses.
enforcement, military or other service 2008 and later was found slain. When conservation easement that prevents
jobs; a few have been seized by police. Roman arrived last summer, he sought the property from being developed. "Most horses, when they get old, if
Now these horses graze in green out Dylan, another Orange County It's a stunning property, with gentle they do get old, then nobody wants
pastures, under moss-draped oaks. Sheriff's horse that had retired a few hills and a small creek in the woods; them anymore," Gregory said.
Their tranquil existence is only broken years before. The pair have stuck close the horses live in various fenced There's a special patch of land where
each day by Peter, 85, and his wife to each other in one pasture ever since. pastures while the couple's dogs roam the horses are buried; a sign that says
Mary, 81, riding out on golf carts from "We believe that horses shouldn't the property during the day. "Field of Dreams" stands in a clearing.
their home on the property. From field be ridden, quite honestly," said Peter Even though the Gregorys are looking A tree is planted for each horse buried
to field they go, feeding the horses hay, Gregory. "They weren't put on earth to for someone to take over, they are still in the field, marking the animals' final
grain and carrot treats. be ridden. Everything man does to a accepting new horses. resting spots.
"It's difficult to find any place that will horse we believe is wrong. Put a bit in
take an older retired horse. We wanted their mouth, put shoes on their feet, Februar f a n
Special to actually truly be retired," said spurs and things like that." Pes need d a
Sgt. Chris Laster of the Sarasota County The couple said they were inspired to Ul Mo LL PET DE N
Sheriff's Office, who brought a 23-year- start the farm by their childhood love of L PE D
old horse to the farm for retirement in horses; Mary had a horse as a girl and
2013. "Peter knows every horse's name Peter used to ride with the milkman on
there; he knows their stories." a horse-drawn cart in pre-war England.
Originally from England, the Over the years, the farm has expand-
Gregorys pent years traveling the ed in acreage and number of animals
world when Peter was a hotelier. In and cost. n C udp
1984, theybought the farm about 20 The couple estimates they spend 0 O
miles north of Gainesville and created more than $250,000 a year to operate o
a nonprofit organizatipn called the the farm and feed all of the horses; i
Retirement Home For Horses. It's since some of that comes from donations and
drawn tourists, documentary filmmak- another chunk from the Gregorys' re- CATS DOGS OTHER SMALL ANIMALS
ers and other visitors curious about tirement fund. Most of the costs are for Carol Thompson, VMD
where veteran horses go.- feed in the winter but in the summer Gener Med e S e
Some of the horses are blind. Some the horses graze on grass and hay. i rgr
are ill. And all would have ended up at "Right now we're buying four tons of Behavior Consultation Boarding
an out-of-country slaughterhouse had grain a week," said Gregory. "It's a lot of 3631 Hwy. 60 E. -Lake Wales, FL 33898
the Gregorys not taken them in. The money." 863-676-5922 Fax: 863-676-7342
farm doesn't accept horses from private Veterinary care is often provided pro I, EMERGENCY: 833-676-4677
owners. There are other horse retire- bono by veterinary school students. r
ment farms in the U.S. in Kentucky, While they do have volunteers and a HOMPSON S
Tennessee and Connecticut and there part-time paid employee to help with VETERINARY CENTER
are only a few, much smaller farms for daily chores, the Gregorys, as they also 2
aging horses in Florida. age, realize that they must form a plan

to advertise in-
Reggie is very playful and Onyx was found as a stray to advertise in
lovesto playfetch. She after being hit by a car..
would make a good agility She was also heart worm P on F P
dog. She is very strong so positive. DrYoder put a pins
she would be best with a in her leg and treated her
family with no small for heart worms. She is now
children. She knows how ready to go home. O0nyx
to sit and will do anything is crate trained and She O863 0
for a treat. is good with children and
other dogs.

Mimi is a very.playful Maul is a 4 month old calio
little girl. She is good with kitten. She is a very playful
everyone she meets and and sweet girl who gets
loves to entertain you with along with other cats, dogs
her cute antics. and love to play with
people of all ages.

b A If you would like to donate, HERE ARE SOME STATISTICS:
S: please send your donations to: W A HERE ARE SO E SATISTICS
TThe Humane Society of Polk County Dogs: There are approximately 78.2 million owned
863-324-5227 863-325-8905 (fax) one dog 28% of owners own two dogs.
MA-Or you can donate online by going to: Pet Pages? Cats: There are approximately 86.4 million owned
klIE'TY cats in the U.S. 33% of US households own at least
Yf PHours: Tues-Sat 10am 5pm one cat 52% of owners own more than one cat.
of Polk County "Kennel closes at 4pm
Statistics were compiled from the Amerincn Pet Products Association 2011-20 12 Natural Pet Owners Survey.

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l ~The SUN Has Risen In Polk County
The Heartland Newspapers is proud to introduce the latest edition to our product mix The Polk County Sun.
The Polk County Sun will offer readers features, columns, puzzles, comics and interesting local and regional stories about
people and places throughout the county and the region.
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Blocal dining, entertainment, health and other fun interesting topics relevant to Polk County residents.
Whether at breakfast, lunch or just killing time, the Sun will offer its readers an opportunity to find a place to eat that next
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Bartow Vascular Vein Centers Goodyear Tire & Service Grits Tire Country Chicken & Fish
A+ Bail Bonds Violets Beauty Salon Gurkapal Gill Clinic Heart of Florida OB/GYN Crab International
A+ Computers/Metro PCS Webb Square Pharmacy Haines City Car Care Heartland Pediatrics CVS
A+ Pawn Shop Welcome Center Haines City Chamber Holiday Inn Express CVS Pharmacy (6th St NW)
Adams & Sons Service Center West Coast Pawn Haines City City Hall Honculada Dr, Caroline CVS Pharmacy (Cypress Gardens Blvd)
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Circle K Devon Cycle Center Heartland of Florida Dental Lab Corp Eddie's Chineese
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Coin Laundry (Hwy 17) Dr. Odem, DDS Jasmine's Beauty Salon Lake Wales Free Clinic El Olivo Mexican
Coin Laundry (Manor Dr) -Dundee Chamber Johnny's Automotive Lake Wales Library Elmo
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Medi Test ,Sunoco Plantation Publix Holiday Inn
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Palace Pizza Urgent Care Dundee Rent King RAI Care Center Hookah Caf6
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Polk County Democrat US.Tire Reyca's Auto Sales, Inc Saveway Convenience Store Hungry Howie's Pizza (SR 540)
Racetrac Wells Fargo Bank Rodeway Inn and Suites Scenic Optical JK Food V .
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Springleaf Financial :Badcock R-place Eatery \ Sears Auto Center Lake & Golf
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Sunoco Deerock Music Save a Lot Sizzlin' Grill Lakeside Ranch
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Walgreens Giovanni's NY Pizza Solfdel Corp Subway Laundromat (344 Havendale)
XYZ Liquor Store & Lounge Julios Auto Inc Studio C Theatre & Dance Sunoco (1349 Hwy 60) Li Nails
Davenport Frostproof The Baranco Clinic Sunoco (7336 Hwy 60) Lupe's
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Andrew Hanzlik MD 'Frostproof Auto Tuffy Tire & Auto Super Lube Marathon Food Center
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Hill Orthopedic Center Haines City Bond Clinic AAMCO Smoking Jims
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Spine Scolosis Center CORA Rehabilitation Clinic Eastham, Margaret Central Florida Dermatology WH Hospital Emergency Room
St Charles Veterinary Hospital Cuban Grill Eye Specialists of Mid Florida Chevrolet Winter Haven Kennels
Tender Touch Health Care Department of Motor Vehicles EZ Foods Chevron Winter Haven Oral Surgery
The Archery Shop Donut Lunch Express Family Auto Sales Chile Verde (3rd St) XYZ Liquor Store & Lounge
The Pichardo Clinic Dora's Pizza Fat Boys Chile Verde (Havendale Blvd)
The Ridge Medical Center ED Jones Financial Fish Market- Circle K

Wednesday, January 29,2014 Page 33


State Surgeon General aiming for No. 1

Florida Surgeon General Dr. John
Armstrong left no doubt what his goal is
for the state.
"We want to be the number one state
in weight loss," he said at a conference o
held Friday, Jan. 28 at the Polk County
History Center. "Two years ago we were
19th and now we're 12th." (Colorado is
first; in Florida, Marion County is first).
That was why he was on a tour of
the state, promoting Healthiest Weight
Florida, which he explained is a pri-
vate-public cooperative effort aimed at
getting Floridians focused on combat-
ing the no pun intended -growing
obesity epidemic.
Currently, said Armstrong, 25 percent
of Florida residents are obese. He added
that if something is not done, six out PHOTO BY STEVE STEINER
of every 10 babies born today will be
obese by the time they graduate high Dr, Ulyee Choe, the Director of Florida Department of Health for Polk County(left), introduces
school. Florida Surgeon General Dr. John Armstrong.
Obesity is having a dramatic impact Florida Surgeon General Dr. John Armstrong
on the state economy. Right now it is spoke before a gathering on Friday, Jan. 24, at
costing Florida $34 billion, which he the Polk County History Center. He was there to
said is half the state budget. That money promote a program aimed at reducing obesity.
goes to the treatment of diabetes,
arthritis, heart diseaseand high blood examples, among them infant mortality
pressure and other health-related issues. being down, especially in the black
"That's half the state budget," said community; plus an 8 percent reduction
Armstrong. As a consequence, it means in the number of cases of tuberculosis
less money for other items in the state reported in 2013 as compared to 2010.
budget. "We have to do something He said progress is also being made in
different." reducing cigarette smoking.
He extolled the approach of the "We're below the national benchmark
Healthiest Weight Florida initiative. in both adults and youth," he said.
"It is not a top-down approach. It's While much of what he spoke on
a grassroots effort," he said. "We share dealt with mid- to long-term goals,
what works. We, als share what doesn't Armstrong did talk about an imme-
work." diate concern: influenza (flu). This
Toward that end, he cited two recog- current strain has an added "element."
nition programs, the first identifying In addition to afflicting children and
communities that have programs and the elderly, it is also having an impact
policies in place and the second being on young women. There has been
a recognition of work site wellness two recently-reported deaths, both in Following his presentation and question and answer session,Dr. John Armstrong (right), Florida
programs. He also spoke of a program Brevard County, one of them a pregnant Surgeon General, spoke with (from left) Neel Shah, Charlie Manalo and Angela Forte. Shah and
he called Florida Walks (which he may woman. People need to be vigilant, Manalo are students at the International Baccalaureate program in Bartow. Forte is the Tobacco
have meant to say Walk Florida), a he said, and do the following: get a flu Program Manager with the Polk County Department of Health.
program that encompasses 2,000 miles, shot, thoroughly wash their hands, and
the length of the state from one end to do not come to work if sick. and brought up a troubling possibility. Our challenge now is weight," said
the other. But, he said, those were only One of the first questions posed After a century of doubling life expec- Armstrong, who then made it clear he
several examples. Armstrong was the use of the words tancy, the odds are some of those gains felt this would be an effort that would
While combating obesity was obese and obesity. may be lost. be worthwhile. "If you look at the
the main focus of his presentation, "Obesity is a tough word, and people As he closed, Armstrong spoke how history of health in Florida, it's a history
Armstrong brought up other health-re- turn off from that," he said. He acknowl- the Surgeon General's office and Florida of success."
lated topics. edged there is much resistance to both Department of Health came into Among those who attended was Neel
"As we have a conversation about words and that it does have a negative existence. It began, he said 125 years ago Shah, a student at the International
health in Florida, it begins with goods impact. To address that, he said the ap- as an initiative to combat yellow fever, Baccalaureate program. He admitted to
jobs and education (and a low cost of proach should be to focus on the positive thus was the creation of the State Health .being impressed.
living)," Armstrong said. "I think we're aspects of a better, healthier lifestyle. Board. Within 15 years of creation, "I think it's a really strong initia-
making tremendous strides." To do that, in addition to eating yellow fever was eliminated in Florida. tive," said Shah. "I think the goals are
To buttress his claim, he cited several habits, he also urged people walk more, "Our challenge now isn't yellow fever. realistic."

Stand up and be counted: Homeless Outreach Fair

Do you know how many homeless opportunity for agencies in the area Padilla's office explaining how he had and referrals for free glasses through the
people reside in Polk County? to count the number of homeless, and lived on the street for eight years, and Lions Club.
. Last year, the Department of Housing prove to the federal government the was getting too old to remain out in the The Homeless Outreach Fair is sched-
and Urban Development's Point-in- need for program funding. elements. uled from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday,
Time Survey counted 418 homeless Another purpose for the fair is to "We were able to connect him with Jan. 29 at 830 N. Kentucky Ave. in the lot
persons, 64 of which were children, in introduce the homeless population his VA benefits," said Padilla, "He came next to The Salvation Army S.H.I.E.L.D.
Lakeland alone. to local community agencies that are back in my office and said, 'This is the Outreach Center. Free lunch, haircuts,
Counting those who aren't currently available to help them. first time I have had a key to my own hygiene kits, undergarments and
staying in shelters is a challenge, which is "Agencies come together, and maybe I apartment. I have a kitchen to use identification services will be donated.
why local agencies come together every can't provide the service a particular cli- whenever I want to, a bathroom to use Information about health insurance, tax
year for the Homeless Outreach Fair. This ent needs, but I still do my best to help whenever I need to' ... just things we preparation, cell phone applications, den-
is the third consecutive year for the fair, them, even if that means sending them take for granted.every day." tal and health care will also be provided.
of which the goal isto count the home- to another agency," Padilla pointed out. The S.H.I.E.L.D. Outreach Center Participating agencies include
less population as well as inform them of Padilla understands his clients' assists the community as well as the Talbot House, Homeless Coalition of
the services offered by various agencies. needs, as his time with The Salvation homeless population. Some services Polk County, Peace River Center, DCF,
The driving force behind the fair Army has provided him with countless include rent and utility assistance, food Access, Veterans Affairs, Tri County
is Jose Padilla, S.H.I.E.L.D. Outreach stories of individuals whose lives have boxes, diapers, prescriptions, school Human Services, Wilson House,
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Nursing student published in first-of-its-kind textbook

A Polk State student's work is includ- Science, Mindful Practice was Kathleen science in various settings and roles. time to go to the bathroom, when we
ed in a recently published textbook by Sitzman, a professor and associate dean To write her contribution to Caring haven't cared for ourselves, we get snippy
two leading nursing theorists. of Undergraduate Nursing Science at Science, Mindful Practice, King con. and short and it affects patient care."
Tamara King, a Lakeland resident Eastern Carolina University who has re- ducted and is still conducting a King said she is grateful for the support
studying toward her Bachelor of Science ceived numerous awards and published years-long project in which she spends her Polk State professors have shown
in Nursing, is among the contributors more than 100 peer-reviewed articles, time in every department of Winter as she works to further her career and
to Caring Science, Mindful Practice: Caring Science, Mindful Practice is a Haven Hospital, giving them hand expand her knowledge of nursing theory.
Implementing Watson's Human Caring first-of-its-kind textbook to help nurses massages and encouraging them to take "I'm blessed with being a student at
Theory, published in late 2013. more fully understand and implement daily momentsto de-stress. Polk State," she said.
The textbook was co-authored by Watson's caring theory. The project, Healing Hands, Caring This is the first time King has been
Jean Watson, a distinguished pro- King works as a supervisor at Winter Hearts, follows the Caritas principle published. She plans to continue
fessor emerita and dean emerita at Haven Hospital's Center for Psychiatry. of showing kindness to one's self and beyond her BSN and become a nursing
the University of Colorado School of Winter Haven Hospital is a Watson others. educator.
Nursing. Watson has dedicated her Caring Science Institute affiliate organi- "If I'm taking care of myself and I'm Polk State's Nursing Program is
more than.40-year career to researching zation, according to watsoncaring calm, centered and balanced, when I one of several Health Sciences pro-
the concept of caring and its role in, meaning it bases patient come to my patient, I have something grams. The Nursing Program offers
health care. She founded the nonprofit care inWatson's caring science research. to give," King said. Associate in Science and Bachelor
Watson Caring Science Institute and King is also a certified Caritas "Taking just three to five minutes can of Science degrees. Other Polk State
International Caritas Consortium in Coach. The Caritas Coach Education improve my health and stress, and the Health Sciences programs include
Boulder, Cole., to further her research, Program is an education program care I give to my patients. Through this Cardiovascular Technology, Diagnostic
which is sought by health care providers offered through the Watson Caring project, I'm reminding others that they Medical Sonography, Emergency
- both individuals and entire organiza- Science Institute and accredited by the have to take care of themselves to take Medical Services, Occupational Therapy
tions across the country. American Nurses Credentialing Center. good care of others. Assistant, Physical Therapist Assistant,
Watson's co-author for Caring Caritas coaches help implement caring "When we don't eat or don't even take Radiography and Respiratory Care.

Caregiver training series set in February
The Alzheimer's Association, of her key strategies. Floridians under the federal Affordable of Medicaid since the end of the 2013
Florida Gulf Coast Chapter, is hold- On Feb. 17, there is Traveling Teapot, Care Act. legislative session.
ing a Caregiver Training Series for where caregivers get tips to reducing The bill, SB 710, largely mirrors a
family caregivers of loved ones with caregiver stress in training that uses Senate proposal last year that called Watson hires doctor
Alzheimer's disease or a related the method of group discussion to for creating a program called "Healthy Watson Clinic hired Dr. Shaily Shah
dementia at Savannah Cottage, 605 highlight tools to manage the emotion- Florida" that would have used fed- as an internist.-
Carpenters Way, Lakeland, on two days al and stressful aspects of caregiving. eral money to pay for low-income Shah will serve patients from offices
in February. Through the traveling teapot, Floridians to receive coverage from pri- on the third floor of the Main Clinic
Onfeb. 10 there will be an overview caregivers will find empathy and vate insurers. The Senate came up with located at 1600
of dementia where people can learn camaraderie. This training focuses on the concept as an alternative to directly Lakeland Hills
about the brain, Alzheimer's disease building a sense of community among expanding the Medicaid program. Blvd., Lakeland.
and some related dementias. caregivers so that they will feel peer The Affordable Care Act, better Shah received
Gain insight into brain mechanics support while learning to known as Obamacare, offers tens of her doctorate
and functions of the brain. The talk combat stress. Specifically, this pro- billions of dollars to Florida to expand of osteopathic
explains staging models and offers re- gram unveils components of stress by Medicaid and provide coverage for medicine degree
sources for higher learning. Presenter, offering a comfortable and easy way to uninsured people who currently don't from the New
Stefanie Thompson, Director of Early discuss issues that can compromise a qualify for the government program. York College
Stage Programs, Senior Program caregiver's health. House Republicans last year flatly ofOsteopathic
Specialist, Alzheimer's Association In What Community Resources refused to expand Medicaid, warning Medicine in Old
Florida Gulf Coast Chapter. Caregivers Should Know About care- that the federal money might not Westbury, N.Y.,
In better strategies for hands-on givers can learn about resources in be available in the future and that ShailyShah and completed
care, caregivers will learn some care the community that caregivers can Florida could be forced to absorb her internship
tips as presented by Teepa Snow, tap into. Information presented by additional costs. They also rejected the and residency in internal medicine at
dementia expert, during her lecture in Barbara Herrington, Senate private-insurance alternative, Lenox Hill Hospital, also in New York.
Lakeland in December. Jorge Giraldo, These are free. To RSVP, appreciated which would have similarly relied on She is a member of the Polk County
from Senior Helpers, will present some for coordination of seating and refresh- Washington for funding. Medical Association, the American
ments, call 863-292-9210. For informa- In a news release last week, Garcia Osteopathic Association and the
tion visit pointed to the federal money available American College of Physicians.
to the state and said he hopes the Shah is a Diplomate of the American
Senate health expansion plan House "puts aside partisan politics and Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative
revived does what is right for the hard working Medicine and is board-certified in
Though House Republican leaders people of our great state." But House internal medicine.
fr re show no signs of budging, Sen. Rene Speaker Will Weatherford, R-Wesley Appointments are available with
for reading the Garcia, R-Hialeah, on Wednesday Chapel, and other House leaders have Shah by calling 863-680-7190. For
eartland N aprs filed a bill that would expand health continued to criticize the Affordable information visit www.WatsonClinic.
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lake view, and canal frontage. DUPLEX EACH UNIT 2 BED port with a storage area, and ID #1388 PRIME PLUS REAL
This stilt home has 2 bed- LAKELAND HOME 3 bed- 2 BATH each side has all a fenced back yard; listed at ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
rooms and 1 bath upstairs. room 2 bath block home situ- 2 BED 2 BATH HOME With a appliances, and screened $114,900 ID #2540 PRIME
- Balcony has spectacular view ated on almost 1 acre. Open family room, Florida room, porch. The total sq. ft. living PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
overlooking lake and canal. Kitchen with some updates large laundry room, screened space is 2,226, needs work; 863-676-7040 LARGE 2 STORY OFFICE
Unfinished downstairs has overlooks dining area along porch, and a detached 1 car reduced to $99,900 ID BUILDING Needs remodeling
ldry not take much to finish with a bonus room that could garage on a corner lot, listed #373-375 PRIME PLUS REAL to be completed. May have up
this area. Security gate is be used as a formal dining for $14,900 ID #445 ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 NICE 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH to 6 office spaces, reception
shared with neighbor. Reduced room. Large covered back PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. newer built home with volume area, 2 conference / meeting
$98,800. Frostproof Realty, porch with a private wooded 863-676-7040 ceilings, a split bedroom floor rooms and two 1/2 baths.
LLC ph 863-635-4246 view. List Price $74,900 ID SPACIOUS LIVING 3 Bed- plan, eat-in kitchen, all appli- Has separate work shop/stor- #6310 room 2 bath home with dual ances included, formal dining age area with overhead door,
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. CORNER LOT HOME With 2 fireplace facing both living room, handicap acessible, 2 separate self-storage build-
863-676-7040 bedrooms 2 bath, open room and dining room areas. and a 2 car garage. This ings, approx. 50 + units and kitchen with breakfast bar There's an in-ground screened home sits on a little over an some climate controlled.
that overlooks dining room, pool and a separate screened acre of land, and it's in ready Much potential to generate
7 ACRE HOME 3 Bedroom sliding glass doors to porch. This home has a new to move in condition. Located income from office space and
1.5 bath block home with a enclosed back porch, and roof, new well pump, and an near Lake Tiger; just reduced storage units. All reasonable
15 C Street 3 bedrooms, 2 breakfast bar, and detached inside laundry room. Home oversized 2 car garage on a to $149,900 ID #4450 offers will be reviewed and
baths, with pool and one bed- workshop/barn on a little over needs work; listed for nice shaded lot. It sits on PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE considered; listed for
room garage apartment. Wood 7 acres of land, partially $36,900 ID #12 almost 1 acre of land, and INC. 863-676-7040 $179;900 ID #6443 PRIME
floors, fireplace, nice front and fenced perfect for horses and PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. has a fenced back yard; PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
Rduce priceto $110rhe. cows; listed for $64,900 ID 863-676-7040 reduced to $74,900 ID 863-676-7040
Call Wesle @ Keystone #388 #3195 PRIME PLUS REAL AVON PARK-WE HAVE
863-676-7040 NICE 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH SALE, all are priced to sell: VACANT LAND HOME with adequate cabinet quickly, some with lake view,. RIVER RANCH PROPERTY
space, breakfast bar, large CUTE HOME 3 Bedroom 2 great investment opportunity; 2.55 acres locatedicn the
2004 CONTEMPORARY closets in both bedrooms, bath home with breakfast bar, call today for more informa- -naccessible Tracts of River
HOME 3 bedroom 2 bath and a screened in patio; ample kitchen cabinet and tion or stop by our office for Ranch. Acreage is not build-
home with cathedral ceilings, reduced to $55,000 ID counter space, large bed- details and map. able, but will allow you to be a
1710 S Lake Reedy Blvd. pantry closet, pass-through #766 PRIME PLUS REAL room closets, screened PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE member of the River Ranch
Country Style living with a window, ample cabinet space, ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 porch, fenced backyard, and INC. 863-676-7040 or visit Property Owners Association
beautiful view of Lake Reedy eat-in kitchen, dual sinks in 2 car garage. This homehas online www.primeplus- where you can enjoy hunting,
and Deeded Reedy Creek master bath, *inside laundry, new carpet, vinyl, camping and other recreation-
Frontage. 3 bed 2 ba 2 story and 2 car garage, listed at CONTEMPORARY HOME 3 interior/exterior paint, range al activities. Listed for
-home, 2 gar, workshop, shed, $114,900 ID #1033 Bedroom 1 bath block home and vent hood; listed for SEBRING--WE HAVE $1,200 ID# 7982 PRIME
decks on front & back PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. with breakfast bar, large $64,900 ID #3314 PRIME MANY USTINGS IN PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
p/screen enclosed back 863-676-7040 fenced back yard, and 1 car PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. SEBRING AREA, HOMES, 863-676-7040
extremely motivated and start- arage. Reduced to 863-676-7040 CONDOS, Priced Low, call
ed the price at only $59,900 ID #139 PRIME 863-676-7040 today for
$165,000.00. Call Michelle COUNTRY LIVING Large two PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. more information or stop by BUILDABLE LOT 2 Cleared
Hutto 863-528-1136, Key- story 4 bedroom 2 bath home 863-676-7040 OWNER FINANCING 3 bed- our office PRIME PLUS acres located in Babson Park,
stone Realty Inc 863-635- with a stone fireplace in the room 2 bath home formal liv- REAL ESTATE INC. or visit just minutes from boat ramp
0030. living room, spiral staircase, ing open kitchen with formal online at www.primeplus- to Crooked Lake, ready and
walk in closet, new carpet, MOVE IN READY Nice 2 bed- dining and bonus room 2 car waiting for you to build the
private balcony, breakfast room 2 bath Contemporary garage that has been partially home of your dreams. County
bar, new range and-dishwash- :home with an eat-in'kitchen, converted; listed for CONDOS will allow a manufactured
er. There's also a built in china ample cabinet and counter $79,000 ID #4733 PRIME 2ND FLOOR CONDO 3 Bed- home or a single family home.
cabinet, a shower in the laun- space. There's a walk in clos- PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. room 2 bath condo on the Property has a 448 sq. ft.
1877 N Scenic Hwy, Reno- dry room, freshly painted et in the master bedroom and 863-676-7040 2nd floor with a pass through building onsite that was used
vated & Refreshed & Ready to rooms, an open porch, and 2 it has a private entrance to window in dining/living area, by Verizon. Listed for
move in! 3/bed/lba/1 car- car garage. This fully fenced the screened back porch. and enclosed porch; listed at $90,000 ID #7953 PRIME
port, oak hardwood floors, home sits on 5 acres of land, This home has new carpet, SPACIOUS CONTEMPO- $39,900 ID #333 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
NEWOak cabinets and Granie has a pasture, and 2 stall new vinyl, and is freshly paint- RARY HOME 3 bedroom 2 PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
tops, NEW siding, NEW win-
dows, NEW insulation Large horse barn with ed. Listed for $64,900 ID bath with ample kitchen cabi- 863-676-7040
Pole barn & attached enclosed storage/workshop. Listed #314 PRIME PLUS REAL net and counter space, new
workshop, fenced in back for $175,840 ID #489 ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 range & hood, new interior RECREATIONAL RIVER
yard, approx. .77 acres, Ask- PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. paint, large bay window, GREAT WINTER RETREAT RANCH PROPERTY Inacces-
ing $119,000.00 Call 863-676-7040 ceramic tile throughout, gar- OR GET AWAY, Completely sible tracts of the River Ranch
Michelle Hutto 863-528- SPACIOUS 2 STORY HOME den tub & dual sinks in master Furnished, includes Washer Green Swamp. Property is
1136, Keystone Realty Inc. 4 bedroom 3 bath 2 story bath, large walk-in closet in (no dryer), Ceramic Tile only good for hunting and
863-635-0030. LARGE 2 STORY HOME 4 home with an eat-in kitchen, 2 master bedroom, laundry throughout, bedroom has car- camping. Property is not
bedroom 2.5 bath home with pantry closets, all appliances, room, and a 2 car garage; pet, screened porch has buildable. Owner is motivated
s vaulted ceilings, granite coun- pass through window, cathe- reduced to $84,900 ID ceramic tile, roof new 2009; and will consider all offers.
^ tertops, breakfast bar, pantry dral ceilings, open patio, and #4917 PRIME PLUS REAL Amenities include: Pool, Rec. Listed at $8,000 ID #RR10
closet, breakfast nook, dual 2 car garage. This home has ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 Room, Clubhouse, lake PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE
19 McCarthy Ave. Frost- sinks in master bath, garden new carpet and fresh paint. access, spa, tennis courts, INC. 863-676-7040
proof- Broker is part owner. 4 tub, new carpet, new range, Listed at $124,900 ID #413 shuffleboard, basketball, mini-
bedrooms, 3 bath, Main part freshly painted interior, laun- PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE BEAUTIFUL LAKEFRONT golf, bocci ball, gym, library;
of home is 3 bedrooms/2 dry room, and 2 car garage. INC. 863-676-7040 PROPERTY Spacious living listed at $40,000 ID #905 RESIDENTIAL LOT Residen-
baths with a attached garage Listed for $144,900 ID area, FP in Living Rm., split PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE tial building lot zoned for sin-
apartment with 1 bed/lbath, #424 bedroom plan, Screened INC. 863-676-7040 gle family home use. Located
Spacious home in quiet neigh- PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. CHARMING HISTORIC Porch across back of home. in Babson Park just minutes
borhood, Home has Formal 863-676-7040 HOME This large 5 bedroom Sliding Doors from Dining from boat ramp to Crooked
livin and dining room, Large 2 bath Victorian home with a Room to porch plus from 2 STORY CONDO 3 Bed- Lake. Listed at $8,000 ID
kitchen/family room. Almost 1 wwrap-around porch features Master Bed. Recessed hot room 1.5 bath 2 story condo #SUN PRIME PLUS REAL
acre lot detached workshop PTENTIAL GALORE Th hardwood floors throughut,oors to end unit located near Lake ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
fenced in back yard. Home has POTENTIAL GALORE!! This a wood burning fireplace, or- ub (As-"ls") sliding doors to end unit located near Lake ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040
lots to offer but does need cozy 2 bedroom home is mal living & dining room, a access. Oversized 2 car Jackson, reduced to
some TLC. Asking $69,900. located on a large shaded lot. claw-foot tub, eat-in kitchen, a garage plus exterior storage $19,900 ID #305 PRIME
Frostproof Realty, LLC ph Open floor plan with newer breakfast bar and island, shed. Private open porch PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. WATERFRONT LOT An
863-635-4246 www.frost- laminate flooring. Spacious Some original features still entry to front of home. Private 863-676-7040 .amazing opportunity to own kitchen with breakfast bar exist to keep the historic Dock and Boat Ramp, listed one of the last few waterfront
that overlooks dining area. charm, but many upgrades for' $239,000 ID #1671 lots on crooked lake. This
Listed for $24,900 ID# a .have been completed. PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL breath taking piece of proper-
6772 #401 PRIME PLUS REAL INC. 863-676-7040 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY ty is mostly cleared with large
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE INC. ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 Already established Tanning beautiful oak trees, ready and
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1927 US Highway 98, Frost- NICE CORNER LOT HOME clientele base. All tanning home of your dreams. Listed
proof- Like new 3 bedroom, 2 MULBERRY HOME 3 Bed- This 2 Bedroom 2 bath home equipment is included and for $140,000 ID #TRL PRIME
bath, 1 car garage on two 1 BUNGALOW STYLE HOME room 2 bath Foreclosure in has high cathedral ceilings, consists of a total of 10 PLUS REAL ESTATE INC.
acre lots, ceramic tile, new 2 bedroom 1 bath located on Mulberry, just minutes from bay window, planter shelves, rooms with 9 beds and 1 863-676-7040
paint, new SS appliances, almost 1/2 of an acre. Spa- Hwy 60, located on a shaded ample kitchen cabinet and
CHA, fenced Asking only cious living room and open lot with formal living and fami- counter space, breakfast bar, g I
$115,000 Call Michelle kitchen with dining area. 2 car ly room, inside utility room shed and 1 car garage. The
Hutto 863-528-1136, Key- attached garage. Wood and a 12x11 storage building, home has a new stove, vent a
stone Realty Inc. 863-635- 'Floors, Vintage charm with Reduced to $44,900 ID hood, dishwasher, paint, car- R--
0030 great potential. Listed for #152 PRIME PLUS REAL pet, and roof, listed for
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State Park. Owner is motivat- LAKE FRONT ON LAKE 405 Walter Ave 3 bed/I.5
HALF ACRE LOT located in ed and will consider offers. WALK IN WATER, Just Over 4it bath concrete block home,
golf course and waterfront Don't miss this chance to own 5 Acres, Partially Wooded, .- newly painted, wood lami-
gated community. Ready for a beautiful piece of land in Private Location, Dead End nate flooring, ceramic tile
you to build the home of your such an amazing area. Owner Street. Great Price! $49,900 2616 Sand Pine Trail- A rare find. Beautiful custom kitchen and bathroom, CHA,
dreams. Owner is also selling has 2 other parcels available; id# Lt22 Extremely nice 4 bedroom2 built home on almost 7 acres. updated light fixtures, car-
neighboring lot; listed at listed for $15,000 ID #14 PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE, INC bath oversized double wide Spacious 3 bedrooms, 2 port, fenced in back yard
$6,000 ID #911 PRIME PLUS PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE 863-676-7040 mobile home has formal living bath raft Mad aets Reduced Asking
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676- INC. 863-676-7040 room with built in tv unit, diningit counter tops, stainless $59,900.00 OBO Call
7040 room with built in corner cab steel appliances, double oven Michelle 528-1136, Key- nets, eat-in k itc w b range, refrigerator, ice maker, stone Realty Inc 635-
WATER FRONT VACANT family room, master suite has range, refrigerator, ice maker, stone Realty Inc 35-
OVER 1/2 AN ACRE OF LAND Great location to build large walk in closet, bath room & pantry. Brick wood burning 0030 "Pending"
OVER 1/2 AN ACRE OF LAND jGreat location to build hwith tub and separate shower, fireplace in family room, new
LAND just waiting for you to your home and have access 212 N. Lake Reedy Blvd 30'x90' metal dream barn, wood flooring, Cathedral and Lake Caloosa-Frostproof
build the home of your to Walk-in-Water Creek, Frostproof Spacious brick perfect for RV & boat storage tray ceilings, 2 central air and 204 Woodstork Way 3
dreams. This is truly country access to lake depends to home on Lake Reedy. 3 bed- plus plenty of space left over eat units, large master bed- bedroom 2 bath doublewide
living at its best, this property water levels, lot approx. 2.56 rooms/2 baths, sunken living for workshop/Man Cave, or oom with walk-in closet, the mobile home, living and.din-
is located not far from the acres; listed at $25,000 ID room with fireplace, large convert it into a large horse master bath has separate ,
Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. #L22 PRIME PLUS REAL game room off rear of home, barn, All for a low price of walk-in shower, jacuzzi tub plus ceiling rm combo, aulted
Owner is motivated and will ESTATE INC. 863-676-7040 fishing dock, Florida room and $136,900. OBO Call double sinks. The home has a eatin, lare kie
metal roof, fenced in yard, co eat in space, 1 acre fenied
consider all offers. Seller has screened in porch. Asking Michelle 528-1136, Key- metal roof, fenced in yad, cos with b sacke ~ e -sn
2 additional parcels, listed for $164,900. Frostproof Realty, stone Realty Inc 863-635- red pnic area, 2nre workells wh 82,000.06 ,d -icIll
S$7,000 ID #17 PRIME PLUS HOME SITE, Nice half Acre LLC ph 863-635-4246 0030 shp h work aret a O 528-1136 Keystone
REAL ESTATE INC. 863-676- lot located in BeautifulArea of barn and a small pond aon site. Realty Inc56. 635-0K30
7040 www.primeplus- Homes. Growing Region Cen- 1987 Scrub Jay Trail, Frost- trally Located between Winter proof.Asking $315,000. 22 Blue Jordan Road-
Haven and Lake Wales. Par- Frostproof Realty, LLC ph Immaculate 3 bedroom 2
1.29 ACRES WITH tially Cleared and ready to 331 W. "F" St Frostproof 863-635-4246 www.frost- bath split bedroom plan con-
FRONTAGE ON BOY Build your First Home. 3/2 home with additional 1/1 crete bock home Has
SCOUT ROAD Near the Reduced to $24,900 id #cc 9 Heights vet-rostpro apartment with separate cathedral living,
Kissimmee Chain of Lake and PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE loaed ooms/3 baths h om entrance in a very desirable, // dining and kitchen area.
State Park. Owner is motivat- INC. 863-676-7040 et teet in distance quiet neighborhood, just steps Kitchen has ceramic tile,
ed and will consider offers. to downtown, library chch from Clinch Lake. Center hall IN THE white cabinets, duble oven,
Don't miss this chance to own es, schools Clinchake has a front entrance dining CLASSIFIEroom two pantry closets, and
a beautiful piece of land in WOODED HOME SITE! 2 white sandy bottom lake for- ad fam em Firilae in YOU CAN..... dishwasher. Attached dou-
such an amazing area. Owner Acres of Beautiful Woods in swimming, fishing and all famiy roomw Fireplace in ble garage,r detached large
has 2 other parcels available; deed restricted community to watersports! Split bedroom to screened-in porch nd large Find a Pet workshopith a alfth all.
listed at $15,000 ID #24 build your new home! Not'too plan, formal living and diig. fnced b rd Master bed- on two separate 1 Ar lots
PRIME PLUS REAL ESTATE far from Public Boat Ramp room, breakfast nook in room has ensuite bthrom /Find a Car on the corne with1 pre d
INC. 863-676,7040 into Lake Rosalie. Owner Moti- kitchen, large family room with and two closets one walk-in) roads Asking vated and will look at all Rea- great view of the sunset over Asking $124,500. Frostproof /Find a Job 187,500.00 Call
sonable Offers! $39,900 id# the lake. 2 car attached Realty, LLC ph 863-635- chelle 528-113,K
1.29 ACRES WITH 11209 PRIME PLUS REAL garage. Asking $265,000. 4246 www.frostproofreal- Find Garage Sales Micelle 528-1136, Key-
FRONTAGE ON BOY ESTATE INC 863- 676-7040 Frosroof ealty, LLC ph cm stone Realty Inc. 635-
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v i room, 2 bath .CB home, Large Business or Service to $110,000.00 Call Wes-
Sbonus room consist of Family ley 528-8265, Keystone
room, dining room and office, Realty 635-0030
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7' : front porch, utility Ibuilding,- -it's te'eliable LAKE WALES"
'approx 75X120 lot. Must see. 4649 Caloosa BIvd
S- Asking $64,900. Frostproof source for the 3 b4 oo 2 bat one car
Realty, LLC ph 863-635-4246 right results garage, open living areas garage, open ving areas
with skylights. Nicely fea-
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bedroom 2 bath Palm Harbor and two wood burning fire- WITH SUNSET VIEW SCREEN
Sdouble wide on 5 acres of places. Horse barn with 7 ROOM OF A SMALL PRISTINE
Scows, Asking only $80,000. with toilet and sink. Separate ONLY $41,900, AND ENJOY
4 /OBO. Call Wesley 863-528- large RV covered storage LIFE IN A GATED RETIRE-
../. 4265 at Keystone Realty ... . LIFE IN A GATED RETIRE-
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~ !aInc. ing $299,000 Call Michelle ING WATER, SEWER AWN
I528-1103, Keystone Real ING WATER, SEWER, LAWN.
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w h.ts happ 9 Keenan Way-Three full POTENTIAL FOR LAKEFRONT,
W hats happening. baths for each of the three LAND APPRECIATION A HUGE
S bedrooms, block home with PLUS. CALL OWNER, KARL
ceramic tile, family room with Brand New. Lake Access. FOR DETAILS; 863-678-',
fireplace, two open lanai's, one 3/2 on 1/2 ac. Volume ceil- 8295 OR EMAIL: KARL-
S:' partially screened, in town ings, large screened patio. REMS@AOL.COM
location, very close to Lake Beautiful lakefront community.
Reedy. Reduce price to $159,
$91,500.00 Call Cindy CPM Brokerage Services (863) Great al in
528-0366 Keystone Realty 559-9425. I offer cash back Gre Deals
Inc. 863-635-0030. to buyers! the Classifieds! the ClasSIed! 1 ANUFACTURED
b a 90 S Lake Moody Rd- Frostproof 1119 S Lake HOMES FOR SALE
Su s n e to a I' Lake Moody Access. Enjoy Reedy, 3BR, 2BA 200' water- ARIANA VILLAGE
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small grove is included on a Realty Inc 863-635-0030 1110 OUT OF AREA HOMES
corner lot. Huge detached 37 ACRE MIDDLE TN FARM
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DEVELOPER FORCED LIQ- 750 N Scenic Hwy, Frost- .
UIDATION Smoky Mtn. Lake proof 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath
Property Priced @ Foreclo- home, charming older wood
sure/Short sale. Up to 100% frame home with great loca-
Financing/5% interest. Hurry- tion on a corner lot facing Lae S Wl- D2Bw Lake Wales- BEAUT
Only 30 Reservations avail- Scenic Hwy, close to restau- Frostproof- LAKEFRONT LIV- Lake Wales- 2 BD/2 BA with Lake Wales- BEAUTIFUL
able! (877)551-0550 ext 100 rants, stores and schools, ING- 3BR/2BAsituatedon over Lake Wales Country Club- carport and utility shed. Locat- 3BR/2BA HOME is located in
TENNESSEE PROPERTIES City water and sewer. Asking 2 acres with a dock on Lake ENJOY GOLF COURSE VIEWS ed in Orange Acres, an adult the Dinner Lake subdivision, a
TENNESSEE PROPERTIES ater Reedy. Newer paint and floor- OF 2nd FAIRWAY in this spa- 55+ community with a pool, a gated community. It has a spa-
Homes, land, farms, business 600/month, st, last and ing, Florida room, major cious 2 BD/ 2.5BA home hot tub, shuffleboard courts, cious open floor plan with
properties wooded tracts. Security Deposit to move in. kitchen appliances and interior 2,000 Sq.Ft., vaulted ceilings, and 2 club houses, bonus room, two car garage,
Some with owner financing Call Michelle Hutto 863- washer/dryer hookup. living room with fire place, for $725/month, $725 SD. Call and a meticulously manicured
Call for details 1-800-516- 528-1136, Keystone Real- $950/month, SD $950. Call mal dining room, large family Cole Vogel at Legacy Leasing yard with separate well for irri-
8387 George Hamilton Land ty Inc. 863-635-0030. Maggie Stohler at Legacy room, screen room, two car Services, Inc 83-676-002 gation. Professional lawn care
Auction, TAL1557 Leasing Services, Inc 63 garage.. Available furnished or or visit www.LegacyLeas- included in rent. 676-0024 or visit www.Lega- unfurnished. Lawn care includ- 1,200/month and SD t e ed in rent. $1,350/ month, SD 1200. Call Cole Vogel at
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Automatic. Gold Mist. U540516B. Call Tony at Pos- Lake Wales Chrysler.2012 TO WORK
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