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Title: The Frostproof news
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Creation Date: April 7, 2005
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Thursday, April 7, 2005 -Vol. 90 No. 43 Frostproof's Hometown Newspaper for More Than 85 Years 50 cents


At a Glance

Methodist Church
hosts Sing-a-Long
First United Methodist
Church of Frostproof will host
a Sing-a-Long with Mrs. June
Felt, Tuesday, April 12th, 7 P.M.
in the Fellowship Hall. For
more information please call
the Church office at 635-3107.
Storm recovery
meeting planned
Town Hall Meeting Tom
Gallagher, Chief Financial Offi-
cer, State of Florida, Thursday,
April 9, 2005, 9 a.m noon at
Bartow High School 1270
South Broadway, Bartow.
Building files
on the Internet
BARTOW Polk County
Records Management, under
the Support Services Group, in
conjunction with the IT Web
Team and Image One, Inc.
,have developed a program
that will allow public access to
Building
files on the Internet. The
software allows citizens,
builders, and developers to
view and print the building
files at no charge, directly
from their own computer.
These building files include:
permit files, drawings (large
size), drawing attachments
(structural and energy calcula-
tions and small drawings),
and renewal contractor licens-
es. To access the files, log on
to the Polk County webpage at
www.polk-county.net. Then
click on "County Offices," and
scroll down to "Records Man-
agement." Next, click on
"Building and Land Develop-
ment."
Attention: '1995'
class members
If you or someone you
know is a 1995 Graduate of
Frostproof Middle Senior High
School, please contact Cheryl
L. Fulford at 863-559-4832 in
preparation for the 'Class of
1995' ten year high school
reunion.
FREE tax aid
at LMML
Free Federal Income Tax
Assistance and E-file hours for
FREE tax assistance. To assist
workers who are unable to
come in weekdays, volunteers
will also be available on Satur-
day morning from 9 a.m. until
11 a.m. as well as Monday and
Thursday mornings from 9
a.m. until noon. Volunteers
with the MRP TaxAide pro-
gram will be at the Latt Maxcy
Memorial Library, Wall Street
and Magnolia Avenue, to
assist in preparing and E-filing
2004 personal Federal Income
Tax Returns. Taxpayers should
bring with them a picture
identification and Social Secu-
rity cards for all family mem-
bers. Please bring a copy of
your 2003 Federal Income Tax
Return and all necessary
papers for filing 2004 tax
returns. This is a free service
for everyone. There are no age
or membership requirements.
One-Stop Centers
extend hours
The Polk Works One-Stop
Centers have extended their
hours on Tuesdays and Thurs-
days opening at 7 am and
closing at 6 pm for job infor-
mation and access to other
programs that are part of the
Centers support services. Reg-
ular hours on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday are
from 8 am to 5 pm unless a
special event such as a Job
See Glance Page 2
See Page 2 for information about
how to contact the newspaper.

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Cargill honored by United Way


GRAPEVINE, TEXAS Unit-
ed Way of America (UWA) hon-
ored CARGILL as a Summit
Award recipient of its coveted
Spirit of America(r) Award pro-
gram, recognizing the compa-
ny's outstanding commitment to
improve lives in local communi-
ties. UWA recognized CARGILL
at its national United Way Com-
munity Leaders Conference in
Grapevine, Texas as a Summit
Award recipient for Community
Leadership and Employee Com-
munity Engagement.


The Spirit of America(r)
Awards program is United Way's
highest tribute for corporate
community involvement. Spirit
of America and Summit Award
recipients are judged on detailed
criteria in four categories:
Employee Community Invest-
ment, Corporate Community
Investment, Community Leader-
ship and Employee Community
Engagement. The Spirit of Ameri-
ca winner excels in each of these

four categories. Summit Awards
are presented to companies that


excel in one or more of these
areas.
"CARGILL has done an out-
standing job promoting United
Way participation among its
employees. At CARGILL, service
to the community is not a plati-
tude written in an annual report
to bolster CARGILL's image. It is a
way of life for this company and
its employees," said UWA Presi-
dent and CEO Brian A. Gallagher.
"Together, CARGILL and United
Way can focus resources on the
most pressing problems in local


communities to change people's
lives for the better."
"Volunteerism is a fundamen-
tal component of our culture and
integral to building a high-per-
forming team," stated Chairman
and CEO, Warren Staley. "Our
program is successful because
we believe in a global approach
but local implementation, which
recognizes the diversity of each
community," he continued.
CARGILL has taken its com-
mitment to volunteerism and-
made it a part of its annual plan-


ning process. Business units and
locations are not only asked for
specific objectives on how they
will enrich their community
through volunteerism but also
must report on the methods they
will use to track their involve-
ment. This global commitment
has led to the creation of 200
employee-led Cargill Cares
Councils in Africa, Asia, Europe,
North America and South Ameri-
ca. These Cargill employees
See Cargill -Page 2


Care Center




expands

The Frostproof Care Center is
hosting an Open House to cele- F IEX '^
brate the completion of its
expanded facilities on Thursday,
April 7, 2005 at 21 S. Scenic
Highway, from 4:30 p.m. until
6:30 p.m.
Thanks to the several volun-
teers for the Community and
local businesses donating. time
and materials for the project it
has become a reality.
Care Center Director Ralph
SWaters and the staff is very excit-
ed about having the new addi-
tion to the center. The expansion
includes a new reception area,
offices with workstations, a con-
ference room, break room,
kitchen area and new bath- Staff photo/Cindy Monk
rooms. Ep!laging.of the Center Bob Dillenbeck is seen here
will provide the community with putting up the cover on the
added services and a larger area Exit sign at the Frostproof
to display donations. Care Center. Bob and his
Please join us for the celebra- Wife (Marie) have been vol-
tion of this milestone in the histo- unteering their time and tal-
ry of your Care Center! ents for several months.


City changes



draw concern


Several local residents
attended last Monday night's
Public City meeting.
The meetings main topic
being discussed was the recent
annexed properties and
amending of the future land
use.
Various questions were
raised in regards to the possible
building of a newv affordable
housing development on the
Northeast end of town. Unfor-
tunately there were several
questions that were unable to
be answered. There was a safe-
ty concern over this possible
project being built near the Ele-


mentary and High School.
Other questions raised includ-
ed: "What is the criteria for liv-
ing in this type of housing?"
"Why hasn't there been more
notice about this Public Meet-
ing?" "What's going to happen
with the housing development
at the South end of town?"
There were comments made
by local residence in regards to
the maps provided, that they
were confusing and lacked
detail.
Other items on the agenda
included the installation of
See Concern Page 2


The Frostproof Chamber of
Commerce will host a FunD
Night on April 16, at The
Depot, 118 East Wall Street in
Frostproof. This is the major
annual fundraising activity for
the chamber. The Social starts
at 6:30 p.m. Corn on the cob
and smoked sausage will be
served. A cash bar will be
available. A buffet dinner will


be served from 7:15 to 8 p.m.
Tickets to the event are $100
and include: Two steak dinners
catered by Texas Cattle Com-
pany, one entry into the $5,000
giveaway, and entertainment
by "J.R. and MDs." The draw-
ings for the $5,000 prize will
start at 6:30 p.m. Door prizes
will be given for every 15 tick-
ets pulled. The Fun Night will


also include a 50/50 drawing
and a silent auction. Live
painting by Tom Freeman will
be auctioned during the
evening.
For tickets or more informa-
tion, contact the Frostproof
Area Chamber of Commerce,
Inc., Post Office Box 968, Frost-
proof, FL 33843 or call (863)
635-9112.


Horses at risk of West Nile Virus


TALLAHASSEE Florida
Agriculture and Consumer Ser-
vices Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson says this year's first case
of Eastern Equine Encephalitis
has been reported in Union
County and he is urging horse
owners to have their animals vac-
cinated against mosquito-borne
illnesses.
The three-year-old horse was


seen by a local veterinarian who
suspected Eastern Equine
Encephalomyelitis (EEE). Oh
March 22, lab testing confirmed
the diagnosis of EEE. The testing
also revealed an exposure to the
West Nile Virus (WNV), which
may have complicated the
horse's condition.
"Horse owners have done a
good job in getting their animals


properly vaccinated over the past
few years and we have seen a sig-
nificant drop in the number of
equine WNV cases," Mr. Bron-
son said. "But it is critical that we
don't become complacent. Mos-
quito season is upon us and the
chances of contracting these dis-
eases have, of course, increased.

See Horses Page 6


Youth Fair winners named


The 57th Annual Polk Coun-
ty Youth Fair was held in Bartow
the week of March 14 and stu-
dents ages 8 to 19 competed in
several events.
Below is a list of the local top
winners, along with their club
or class and the awards they
earned:
Frostproof
Danielle Albritton, Frost-
proof FFA, Table Setting and
Menu Planning Judges Choice
Senior, Emily Flood, New Hori-
zons 4-H, Table Setting and
Menu Planning Best Elementary
Informal Outdoor Entry, Lauren
Flood, Frostproof Middle/Senior
FFA, Beef Breeding Grand
Champion Limousin .Female,
Mason Graveley, Frostproof
Senior FFA, Poultry and Egg
Judging Senior FFA Overall High
Point Winner, Eddie Grissom,
Frostproof Senior FFA, Whip
Popping Contest Senior Division
- 1st Place Individual, Jacob
Hall, New Horizons 4-H, Family


& Consumer Science Foods
Preservation Dlepartment Tri-
color, Jessica Hall, Frostproof
Junior FFA, Family & Consumer
Science Foods Preservation
Department Tri-color, Jessica
Hall, Frostproof Middle/Senior
FFA, Market Steer Market Steer
Gain-In-Weight Contest 1st
Place, Trey Jaques, Frostproof
Middle FFA Team A, Poultry and
Egg Judging FFA Junior Team
1st Place, Trey Jaques, Frost-
proof Middle FFA, Poultry and
Egg Judging Junior FFA Overall
High Point Winner, Kaleigh
Jenkins, New Horizons 4-H,
Family & Consumer Science
Foods Department Tri-color,
Table Setting and Menu Plan-
ning Best Elementary Informal
Indoor Entry, Ryan Jenkins,
Frostproof Middle FFA Team A,
Poultry and Egg Judging FFA
Junior Team 1st Place, Zack
Jenkins, New Horizons 4-H,
Table Setting and Menu Plan-
ning Best Elementary Holiday
or Celebration Entry, Scarlett


McCullers, Frostproof FFA,
Table Setting and Menu Plan-
ning Best Senior Formal Entry,
Emilyn Meeks, Frostproof FFA,
Table Setting and Menu Plan-
ning Best Senior Informal Out-
door Entry, John Mitchell, Frost-
proof Middle FFA Team A,
Poultry and Egg Judging FFA
Junior Team 1st Place, Kasie
Roberts, Frostproof FFA, Table
Setting and Menu Planning
Judges Informal Outdoor Entry,
Brittany Rose, Frostproof FFA,
Table Setting and Menu Plan-
ning Most Creative Senior Entry,
Kirsten Scarborough, New Hori-
zons 4-H, Table Setting and
Menu Planning Judges Choice
Elementary, Zane Sullivan, Frost-
proof Middle FFA Team A, Poul-
try and Egg Judging FFA Junior
Team 1st Place, Tommy Wagner,
Frostproof FFA, Whip Popping
Contest Intermediate Division -
1st Place Individual, Justin Walk-
er, Frostproof Middle/Senior FFA
See Fair Page 2


Staff photo/Cindy Monk
New Horizon 4-H Club Member, Kaleigh Jenkins, won the
Best Elementary Informal Indoor Entry in the Table Setting
and Menu Planning at the Polk County Youth Fair held the
week of March 14, 2005. Kaleigh chose a Country Brunch
theme and her menu was Southern Sausage and Potato
Casserole, Grits, Creamy Frozen Fruit Cups, Cinnamon
Streusel Muffins, Citrus Punch and Coffee.


Chamber Fundraiser: IRS FunD Night April 16


Staff photo/Cindy Monk
Frostproof Chamber of Commerce Fundraiser committee members plan the Chambers
largest fundraiser of the year. Pictured are; (back row) Wesley Wise, Mike Richards, Jim
Harmon, Stella Heath and Kay Hutzelman. Front row-Estelle Sullivan and Allen Sullivan.


Chamber plans IRS FunD Night


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Staff photo/Cindy Monk
Kirsten Scarborough of Frostproof and member of the New
Horizons 4-H won the Elementary Judges Choice in the Table
Setting and Menu Planning at the Polk County Youth Fair held
the week of March 14, 2005. 'Lunch with Mother-1950s Style!'


was the theme Kirsten chose.

Fair
Continued From Page 1
, Beef Breeding Show Individual
Herdsman 1 st Place.

Fort Meade
Megan Adams, Fort Meade
Middle/Senior FFA, Family & Con-
sumer Science Cake Auction Tri-
color, Austin Bone, Fort Meade
Middle FFA-Team A, Dairy Judg-
ing Junior FFA High Point Winner,
Joshua Cannon, Fort Meade Mid-
dle/Senior FFA, Family & Con-
sumer Science Cake Auction Tri-
color, Hallie Hierlihy, Ft. Meade
Community 4-H, Horsemanship
Show English Equitation, Caitlyn
Jones, Fort Meade Community 4-
H, Table Setting and Menu Plan-
ning Best Junior Holiday or Cele-
bration Entry, Stephanie Lanier,
Fort Meade Middle/Senior FFA,
Horsemanship Show Barrel Race
1st Place, Ashlyn McKerahan, Fort
Meade Community 4-H, Table
Setting and Menu Planning
Judges Choice Junior.
Lake Wales
Jessica Bolden, Lake Wales
Senior FFA, Family & Consumer
Science Foods Department Tri-
color, Family & Consumer Sci-
ence Home Furnishings Depart-
ment Tri-color, Sharon Bradley,
Lake Wales High FCCLA, Sew Off
Senior Team 1st Place, Austin
Britt, Lake Wales Cracker Kids 4-
H, Market Hog Show Market Hog
Intermediate Showmanship 1st
Place, Emily Carnley, McLaughlin
Middle FFA, Rabbit Judging FFA
Junior Team 1st Place, Beverly
Garcia, Lake Wales High FCCLA,
Family & Consumer Science Child
Development Department Tri-
color, Kevin Garrison, McLaughlin
Middle FFA, Rabbit Show 2nd
Runner-up, Rabbit Show Best of
Breed, Rabbit Judging FFA Junior


Team 1st Place, Junior 1st Place,
Horsemanship Show English
Pleasure Junior 1st Place, Horse-
manship Show Quiz Junior 1st
Place, Kelly Korushak, Lake
Wales Senior FFA Team B, Rabbit
Judging FFA Senior Team 1st
Place, Hunter Massey, Greater
Lake Wales 4-H, Commercial
Heifer Show Individual Herdsman
1st Place, Market Steer Show Indi-
vidual Herdsman 1st Place, Hus-
ton Massey, Lake Wales Senior
FFA, Poultry and Egg Show Best
Dozen White Eggs, Leah Preston,
Lake Wales Senior FFA Team A,
Poultry and Egg Judging FFA
Senior Team 1st Place, Diana Set-
tle, Lake Wales Senior FFA -
Team A, Poultry and Egg Judging
FFA Senior Team 1st Place, Diana
Settle, Lake Wales Senior FFA
Team B, Rabbit Judging FFA
Senior Team 1st Place, Rebecca
Sierra, Lake Wales High FCCLA,
Family & Consumer Science Child
Development Department Tri-
color, Hannah Sikes, Lake Wales
Cracker Kids 4-H, Family & Con-
sumer Science Home Furnishings
Department Tri-color, Jessica
Smith, Lake Wales Senior FFA,
Beef Breeding Grand Champion
Santa Gertrudis Bull, Nicole
Smith, Lake Wales Senior FFA -
Team B, Rabbit Judging FFA
Senior Team 1st Place, Grant
Tilbe, Lake Wales .Senior FFA,
Market Hog Show Individual
Herdsman. 1st Place, Nepisha
Tucker, Lake Wales Senior FFA
Team A, Poultry and Egg Judging
FFA Senior Team 1st Place, Erika
Turnbull, McLaughlin Middle FFA,
Rabbit Judging FFA Junior Team
1st Place, Ryan Vancuro,
McLaughlin Middle FFA, Rabbit
Judging FFA Junior Team 1st
Place, Eric Whidden, Lake Wales
Senior FFA Team A, Poultry and
Egg Judging FFA Senior Team 1st
Place, Eric Whidden, Lake Wales
Senior FFA Team B, Rabbit Judg-
ing FFA Senior Team 1st Place.


Volunteers needed


for clean-up project


Join the City of Frostproof
and Keep Polk County Beauti-
ful, Inc. for the Great American
Cleanup on Saturday, April 9,
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Activities
will include school campus
cleanup, beautification proj-
ects and litter removal from
public parks and rights-of-
way.
More than 3 million volun-
teers are expected to partici-
pate in this nationwide
cleanup initiative led by Keep
America Beautiful, Inc. Local-
ly, more than 4,000 volunteers
participated in the Great


American Cleanup last year.
The mission: to empower indi-
viduals to take greater respon-
sibility for enhancing their
community environment.
Neighborhood groups,
churches, schools, civic clubs;
businesses and individuals are
encouraged to participate in
the cleanup. For more infor-
mation on how you can get
involved, contact Brad Hutzel-
man at the City of Frostproof at
(863) 635-7855 or Keep Polk
County Beautiful, Inc. at (863)
533-8423.


Registration for new


kindergarteners urged


Registration for new kinder-
garten students attending Polk
public schools in the 2005-2006
school year will start the week of
April 11.
Polk schools highly recom-
mends registering new kinder-
garteners prior to school starting
in August. Early registration
avoids delays and long lines at
the beginning of the school year
in August.
Many elementary schools
have designated the week of
April 11 for their Kindergarten
Round-ups with special days,
times or evening hours to enroll
new students. Please contact
individual schools for Kinder-
garten Round-up schedules.
Schools can also tell you about
required proof of age, medical
and residency documentation
needed for enrollment. Students
entering kindergarten must be 5-
years-old on or before Septem-
ber 1,2005.
General information about


Kindergarten Round-Up is avail-
able at 534-0643.
To enroll a new kindergarten
student, parents or guardians
must present the following: legal
proof of age (i.e. a certified copy
of a birth certificate, baptismal
certificate or passport); a current
physical exam dated within the
last 12 months and a certificate
of immunization (Florida
Department of Health Form 680)
showing all shots including 2nd
MMR, hepatitis B series and vari-
cella.
Proofs of residency from two
different categories are also
required: Category 1 mortgage
document, property tax record,
home or apartment lease agree-
ment; Category 2 a current utili-
ty bill (electric, gas, phone,
water, cable); Category 3 cur-
rent voter registration docu-
ment; Category 4 proof of cur-
rent government benefits
(Medicare, disability, food
stamps, HRS correspondence).


Cargill
Continued From Page 1
review the interests of their col-
leagues and the needs in the com-
munity, then determine the best
projects where they can make a
significant impact on the commu-
nity.
United Way of America award-
ed its 18th annual Spirit of Ameri-
ca Award its highest honor for a
company's outstanding commit-
ment to local communities to 3M.
In addition to the Spirit of America
Award and the Summit Awards to
CARGILL, United Way presented
Summit Awards to Principal
Financial Group for Employee
Community Investment and
Employee Community Engage-
ment; Microsoft Corporation for
Community Leadership, Corpo-
rate Community Investment and
Employee Community Invest-
ment; and Wells Fargo for Com-
munity Leadership, Corporate
Community Investment, Employ-
ee Community Investment and
Employee Community Engage-
ment.


Glance

Continued From Page 1
Fair or seminar is being held dur-
ing evening hours. The Polk
Works One-Stop Centers are
located at 936 E. Parker Street in
Lakeland, and 500 E. Lake
Howard Drive in Winter Haven
and bring community employ-
ment and training programs
together in central locations for
job seekers and employers. For
more information, contact the
Centers at (863) 683-5627 or
(863) 291-5292 or visit www.polk-
works.org
Habitat to
build houses
The Frostproof Area Chamber
of Commerce and the City of
Frostproof are working together
to build a Habitat for Humanity
House in the Frostproof City Lim-
its. A committee has been formed
and volunteers are being recruit-
ed. To volunteer, please call 635-
9112. Together we can be a better
community.
Museum

hours posted
Frostproof Historical Museum,
210 South Scenic Highway, is
open October 1st through May
30th, Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
urday from 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
June 1st through September
30th Saturday, 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.,
Other hours by appointment:
call (863) 638-1225.
Lions Club to meet
The Frostproof Lions Club
meets each month on the second


The Frostproof Area Chamber
Of Commerce announces the
Third Annual American Cancer
Society 'Relay For Life'. The 2005
'Relay For Life' weekend has been
set for Friday & Saturday, April 23
& 24,2005.
The Chamber of Commerce is
once again sponsoring the event.
The 'Relay for Life,' walk will be
held at the Frostproof
Middle/Senior High School Prac-
tice Football field.
Cancer survivors are invited to
begin the Relay by walking the
"Survivors' Victory Lap" around
the track.


About United
Way of America:
United Way of America is the
national organization dedicated
to leading the United Way move-
ment in making a measurable
impact in every community
across America by focusing on
the root causes of the most seri-
ous problems. The United Way
movement includes approxi-
mately 1,350 community-based
United Way organizations. Each is
independent, separately incorpo-
rated, and governed by local vol-
unteers. For more information
about United Way of America,
please visit: www.unitedway.org.
About Cargill:
Cargill is an international
provider of food, agricultural and
risk management products and
services. With 105,000 employees
in 59 countries, the company is
committed to using its knowledge
and experience to collaborate
with customers to help them suc-
ceed. For more information,
please visit
http://www.cargill.com.


and fourth Tuesday at 6 p.m. at
the Orange Box Cafe on Highway
27. Anyone who wishes to join is
invited to attend
Recycle

newspapers
Residents are reminded that
there is a newspaper recycling bin
at the high school. Anyone can
use the bin to recycle newspapers
and help benefit the high school
at the same time. The bin is locat-
ed at the back entrance to the
school, near the portables and
track.
Apply for Homestead
Exemptions now
Marsha Faux, Polk County
Property Appraiser, has
announced that, even though the
Exemption deadline has passed
for the 2005 tax year, the office
began taking applications for
Homestead, Widow, Widower,
and Disability Exemptions on
March 2 for the 2006 tax year. If
you have moved to a new resi-
dence, you will need to file a new
application for Homestead
Exemption.
The Property Appraiser's
Office is located at.255.N.Wilson.
Avenue in Bartow, 912 Parker
Street in Lakeland, and 3425 Lake
Alfred Rd, 3 Gill Jones Plaza in
Winter Haven. Office hours are
8:30 AM to 5 P.M. Monday through
Friday. If a property owner has
any questions, they may call 534-
4777 in Bartow, 413-2549 in Lake-
land, or 401-2424 in Winter Haven
for further information.


The Steering Committee is
looking for team captains and
anyone interested in taking part in
the event. Team commitment fee
is $100.00. Teams may consist of
as many members as desired.
A Luminary Ceremony will be
held to honor family members
and friends who have lost the bat-
tle with cancer, and in honor of
those still fighting.
Registration begins immedi-
ately and will run until the date of
the event.
For further information about
this upcoming event, contact the
Chamber Office at 863-635-9112.


Frostproof News

Our Purpose...
The Frosproof News is published by Independent Newspapers of Florida.
Independent is owned by a unique trust tnat enables this newspaper to pur-
sue a mission of journalistic service to the citizens of the community Since no
dividends are paid, the company is able to thrive on profit margins below
industry standards All after-lax surpluses are reinvested in Independent's
mission of journalistic service, commitment to the ideals of the First
Amendment of the U S Constitution, and support of the community s deliber-
ation of public issues


We Pledge ...
* To operate this newspaper as a
public Irust
* To help our community become a
berler place to live and work.
through our dedication to consci-
entious journalism
* To provide the information citizens
need to make their own intelligent
decisions about public issues
* To report the news with honesty.
accuracy, purposeful neutrality.
fawness. objectivity. fearlessness
and compassion
* To use our opinion pages to facili-
late community debate, not to
dominate it with our own opinions.
* To disclose our own conflicts of
interest or potential conflicts to our
readers
* To correct our errors and to give
each correcton to the prominence
it deserves
* To provide a rignt to reply to hose
we write aoout
* To treat people with courtesy,
respect 'and compassion.


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FMSHS 9 wins,
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March 1, 2005, Lady Bulldog
Varsity softball team faced'
Auburndale, a 5A school, Frost-
pioof was defeated 7-1. Yahtea
Benton and Shannon Russell
were both 2-3 at the plate.
They faced a district rival, Des-
oto again for the second time and
won 8-5. Sam Smith was the win-
ning pitcher with 10 strike-outs.
Brittani Thomas went 3-4 at the
plate,with a triple that scored the
winning tie-breaker run in the top
of the 7th. Kaly Behrens was 3-4.
March 10, 2005, The Varsity
team loss a tough district game to
Avon Park 4-2. (March 11, 2005)
They came back to defeat
Sebring 2-1.


March 31, 2005, Frostproof
was defeated in a close game
against rival Lake Wales 4-2. The
game was up for grabs until the
final out in the 7th as Frostproof
had the bases loaded hoping to
take the win.
April 1, 2005, Frostproof then
traveled to Lake Placid and shut
them out 21-0.
FMSHS Junior
Varsity record 11-2
March 1, 2005, Frostproof was
shut out against 5A Auburndale 5-
0. Frostproof's bats were dead as
they recorded only 2 hits. Whitney
Deloach had a triple and Kaly
Flood a single.
They came back to defeat DeS-
oto 7-1. Chelle Smith, with her
first J.V. start as pitcher, held them


to only 1 base hit. At the plate Kaly
Flood was 2-4 and Elizabeth Rus-
sell was 2-3.
March 31, 2005, Frostproof
faced rival Lake Wales and won
10-1. Kaly Flood was the winning
pitcher allowing only 2 hits with 8
strikeouts. Elizabeth Russell, Syd-
ney Jones, Kaly Flood and Chelle
Smith all recorded hits and Whit-
ney Deloach had 2 doubles.
April 1, 2005, The team went
on to shut out Lake Placid 5-0.
Chelle Smith was the winning
pitcher recording 9 strikeouts.
Whitney Deloach hit an in the
park home-run.
The J.V. team has one game
left against Avon Park and will
then practice for the County J.V.
Tournament held in Lake Wales
beginning May 11.


Webber Sports


Baseball
WIU wins series overFMC
The Webber International Uni-
versity baseball team (21-22, 3-12
FSC) put away the Lions of Florida
Memorial College (12-16, 3-9 FSC)
with ease on Friday night 9-0, but
then dropped the doubleheader
today 5-1,6-5.
On Friday night, WIU destroyed.
Florida Memorial from the start.
The Warriors scored twice in the
first, three in the fourth, two in the
fifth, and two more in the seventh
to win the game 9-0. Eddie Gonza-
lez led the offense, going 3-for-5
and scoring two runs. BJ Ubrey
contributed two hits and crossed
the plate once. Collecting two
RBI's apiece were: Grover Benton,
Heath O'Neal, and Jeremy Byrd.
Matt Krohe tossed an impressive
game holding the Lions scoreless
with 13 strikeouts; Krohe allowed
just four hits on the evening.
In the first game on Saturday,
WIU fell behind 1-0 in the third,
but the Warriors rallied back to tie
it up in the bottom of the fifth. The
Lions of FMC managed to clinch
the game, however by scoring four
runs in the top of the sixth to finish
the scoring at 5-1. Travis Hill and
Grover Benton nabbed two hits
each, and Jimmy Thompson
added an RBI for the Warriors.
Kellen Marshall is credited with the
loss on the mound after retiring
two batters on strikes and allowing
six hits.
In the final game on Saturday,
FMC opened the game win a string
of base hits to take the early 1-0
lead. WIU rallied in the bottom of
the third inning to take a 4-1 lead
after the third, but FMC tied it up in
the top of the following inning.
WIU regained took a 5-4 advan-
tage in the bottom of the fourth,
but with the bases loaded and just
one out in the top of the seventh
the Lions managed to score two
more runs and take the game 6-5.
Eddie Gonzalez gathered three hits
on four attempts. Hill added two
hits, two RBI's, and scored a.run in
the effort.
WIU will continue action on
Tuesday at Southeastern College.
The Warriors will host another
Florida Sun Conference weekend
series on April 8-9 against Savan-
nah College of Art and Design. The
action'will begin on Friday at 7pm
and on Saturday at 1pm.


Softball
WIU softball players receive
honors
The Webber International
University women's softball
team (11-16) played two very
solid games against St. Leo Uni-.
Sversity (24-7), which is currently
ranked #19 in the NCAA Divi-
-sion II NFCA poll. The final
scores were 3-2 and 2-0.
In game one, the Lady War-
riors held the game tied at zero
until the bottom of the sixth
where St. Leo scored two runs.
WIU answered in the top of the
seventh, but St. Leo escaped
with the victory after scoring the
winning run in the bottom of the
seventh. Monica Spratley and
Kassandra Hilson led the effort
from the plate, connecting for
two hits each.
In the second game, St. Leo
scored once in the bottom of the
second and again in the bottom
of the fourth. St. Leo tallied 13
strike-outs in the game to hold
the Lady Warriors scoreless.
WIU did however have six play-
ers left on base in the game. Hil-
son and Michelle Windisman
each went 2-for-3 at the plate.
WIU will returned'to action
on Wednesday, April 6 at WIU
with the doubleheader sched-
uled to start at 2:30pm.
Men's tennis
Warriors downed by Mocs
In a marathon match with
NCAA Division II ranked #19 Flori-
da Southern, the WIU men's ten-
nis team dropped the match 8-1.
The doubles matches were
close throughout, but the Mocs
ended up snatching all three 8-4, 8-
4, and 8-6.
In the singles matches, Leigh
Griffiths earned a victory in the #6
spot in a super-tie-break. Nico
Jungkind also gave a good effort as
he forced his opponent to three
sets.
Florida Southern 8, Webber
International 1
SINGLES: #1 Joey Capetillo (F)
d. Enrique Catter 6-0, 6-3; #2 Milos
Koarivica (F) d. Christophe
Bonadona 6-2, 7-5; #3 Josh
Berman (F) d. Yuiti Lopes 6-4, 6-1;
#4 Eduardo Fernandez (F) d. Nico
Jungkind 6-0, 3-6, 6-3; #5 Kerstain
Ulstrand (F) d. Cody Wright 6-4, 6-
3; #6 Leigh Griffiths (W) d. Dustin


Dixon 6-4,6-7, (10-7).
DOUBLES: #1 Capetillo-
Koarivica (F) d. Bonadona-Catter
8-4; #2 Berman-Koprivica (F) d.
Lopes-Wright8-4, #3 Ulstrand-Fer-
nandez (F) d. Alderete-Griffiths d.
8-6.
RECORDS: Webber Interna-
tional 9-10, Florida Southern 10-7
Women's Soccer
Women's soccer to host open
try-out
The Webber International Uni-
versitywomen s soccer team
will be hosting an open try-out on
April 16 at 9:30am to 11 am on the
WIU soccer field. The tryout is
open to anyone interested in
becoming a part of the 2005 WIU
women s soccer program. The
tryouts will consist of series of
scrimmages with other prospec-
tive recruits and members of the
current WIU soccer team.
The Lady Warriors will be head-
ed up by Head Coach Jo Curtis,
who has been with the program as
a player, an assistant coach, and
now as the head coach. Coach
Curtis is hopes to build an NAIA
national contending soccer team
this fall. Last year, the WIU soccer
team won the USCAA National
Championship (only the second
National Championship in WIU
history).
If you would like more informa-
tion concerning the try-out, please
contact Coach Curtis at: (863) 638-
2980 or Jo8Curtis@hotmail.com.


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Obituaries


Nancy Ruth
Blackenter
Nancy Ruth Blackenter, 63, of
Lake Wales, died April 01, 2005.
She was born on September 08,
1941 in Stoddard, Missouri and
moved to Lake Wales from Ken-
tucky twenty-six years ago. She
was employed by Lake Region
Yacht and Country Club. She
was of the Baptist faith.
She was preceded in death by
her son, Clarence William Black-


enter, and sister Marylan Hill.
Survivors include daughters:
Jenny Cap of Daytona, Anna
Grimes of St. Mary's, Georgia,
and PFC Tina Blackenter of Ft.
Stewart, Georgia; sons: Dink
Hensley of Frostproof, Edward
Hensley of Frostproof, and
Everett Blackenter of Lake
Wales; brothers: David Sisk of
Arkansas, and Leonard Sisk of
Kentucky; sisters: Dlorse Clouse
of Haines City, Fl., Patsy Cooper
of Tennessee, Brenda Linville of


TAMPA, Fl. Over 3.4 million
Americans age 40 and older suffer
from visual impairment, and 2.25
million are women. In fact, of the
four leading causes of blindness in
older Americans- age-related mac-
ular degeneration (AMD), cataract,
glaucoma and diabetic retinopa-
thy, the rate of women's cases out-
numbers the men in all four cate-
gories.
Women are more prone than
men to AMD in particular, which
destroys central vision, with 1 mil-
lion of the 1.6 million cases diag-
nosed to females, according to the
Vision Problems in the U.S. report
by Prevent Blindness America
(PBA) and the National Eye Insti-
tute. Cataract, a clouding of the
eye's naturally clear lens, affects
20.5 million Americans age 40 and
older. Almost 13 million of those
cases are women.
Glaucoma, a disease that caus-
es the degeneration of cells that
make up the optic nerve, continues
to plague the population. Close to
60 percent of glaucoma cases are
women. Diabetic retinopathy,
where blood vessels in the retina
can break down, leak or become
blocked, affects more than 5.3 mil-
lion Americans, with women mak-
ing up over 2.8 million cases.
The total number of eye disease
cases is steadily on the rise. The
increased longevity of our aging
population is one attributable fac-
tor. As the life expectancy rises
(now at 76 years of age), the natu-
ral progression of low vision
occurs. And because women on
average tend to outlive men, the
numbers of visual ailments
increases. Obesity, also on the rise
in the U.S., is a major contributor to
diabetes, therefore increasing the
rate of diabetic eye disease.
PBA has dedicated April as
Women's Eye Health and Safety
month and encourages women to
make their own health a priority.
Many women may feel they need


Arkansas, Phillis Moss of Mis-
souri; fifteen grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral Services were held
Tuesday, April 05, 2005 at the
Marion Nelson Funeral Home of
Frostrproof.
Those who wish may make
memorial donations to Good
Shepherd Hospice.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home
of Frostproof, Florida was in
charge of arrangements.
Joseph C. DeLage
Joseph C. DeLage arrived on
December 8, 1975, in Ft. Laud-
erdale, FL., and was called on


Birth Announcements


A'nya Asha Brown
Peaches Marshall and
Andrew Brown of Frostproof
would like to announce the birth
of their daughter, A'nya Asha
Brown on March 25, 2005 at
10:31p.m. A'nya weighed 5 lbs.
and 7 oz and was 18 inches long.
The maternal grandparents are
Joanne Tensley and Randy Mar-
shall. ,
Harper Lee
Little Henson
Susan and Kenneth Henson
Jr. of Frostproof would like to
announce the birth of their son


Harper Lee Littles Henson on
March 18, 2005 at 8:43. Harper
weighed 8 lbs. 3 oz, and was 21
inches long. The maternal
grandparents are Cindy and
Brian Jones. Paternal grandpar-
ents are Brenda Pitchford and
Kenneth Henson Sr.
Jewel Evelyn
Michelle Dempsey
Elisha Marie Green and Eric
Eugene Dempsey of Frostproof
would like to announce the birth
of their daughter Jewel Evelyn
Michelle Dempsey on March 14,
2005 at 8:18p.m. Jewel weighed
7 lbs 2 oz and was 19 inches


long. Maternal grandparents
include Mack and Carol Green.
Paternal grandparents include
Gerald and Rita Dempsey.
Aubriella
LaShay Redding
Erica Latrell Redding and Billy
Dee Hardy of Avon Park would
like to announce the birth of
their daughter Aubriella LaShay
Redding on March 21, 2005 at
1:07 p.m. Aubriella weighed 6
lbs 11 oz. Maternal grandparents
include Earl and Cindy Redding.
Paternal grandparents include
Alfred Hardy and Anne Young.


"We can't stress enough how important it is for
women to make sure they take care of their
vision throughout their lives."
Sarah Jordan Holmes,
President & CEO,
Prevent Blindness Florida.


to put the health of their children
and spouses in front of their own,
but need to be reminded that they
are just as important. Scheduling
eye appointments for the entire
family, including themselves, is one
way to make sure women are get-
ting the care they need.
"We can't stress enough how
important it is for women to make
sure they-take care of their visiori
throughout their lives," said Sarah
Jordan Holmnes, President & CEO,
Prevent Blindness Florida. "We
urge everyone to encourage their
mothers, wives, daughters, sisters,
etc. to get their eyes checked on a
regular basis so they don't lose that
precious gift of sight. Many eye dis-
eases are treatable, and vision can
be saved through early detection."
Besides early detection, Prevent
Blindness Florida offers other ways
for women to keep their eyes
healthy:
Eat Healthy and Stay Fit- The
American Journal of Clinical Nutri-
tion found that the risk of cataracts
can be lowered by eating 3 serv-
ings of fruits or vegetables a day.
Green leafy vegetables especially
contain loads of nutrients for the
eye. Pairing a healthy diet with
exercise will reduce the risk of obe-
sity, leading to diabetes.
Take Supplements- Antioxi-
dants have been shown to actually
reduce the progression of some
eye illnesses, including AMD. Vita-
min A, riboflavin (vitamin B2), vita-
min C and zinc are good sources to
help maintain eye health.
Quit Smoking- Besides the


typically known side effects of
smoking including cancer, lung
disease, etc., it also increases the
risk for eye diseases.
Wear UV Eye Protection-
When venturing outdoors, Prevent
Blindness AFFILIATE recommends
wearing brimmed hats in conjunc-
tion with UV-rated sunglasses
(labeled: absorbs 99-100 percent
of UV-A and UV-B rays). UV rays
are extremely dangerous for the
eyes.
Know Your Family History-
Genetics plays a key role-in eye dis-
ease. Research your family's health
history and notify your eye care'
professional of any eye diseases
that run in the family.
About Prevent Blindness Florida
(Prevent Blindness Florida, an
affiliate of Prevent Blindness Amer-
ica, was founded in 1957. We are
the state's leading sight-saving
organization. Focused on promot-
ing a continuum of vision care, Pre-
vent Blindness Florida touches the
lives of hundreds of thousands of
Floridians each year through pub-
lic and professional education,
advocacy, certified vision screening
training and community service
programs. You can help us screen
more children by donating $1 or
more when you renew your dri-
ver's license or vehicle registration.
For information on eye health and
safety or becoming a volunteer
vision screener, call 1-800-331-2020
or visit our website, www.prevent-
blindness.org.).


March 29, 2005, in Gulfport, MS.
Joseph was a resident of the
community for three years and
was a former student at Missis-
sippi Gulf Coast Community Col-
lege in Gautier. He retired from
the U.S. Army as an E-4 Special-
ist.
This beautiful child, brother,
uncle, father and friend left
behind many loved ones who


will miss him daily and dearly.
The humor he found in life will
be missed by us all. Joseph has
joined his father Joseph A.
DeLage and will be awaiting his
mother, Cynthia Mauldin, the
man who loved and raised him,
Tim Mauldin, sisters, Jennifer
DeLage, Stephanie Mauldin,
Tiffany Mauldin, several nieces
and nephews, and two beautiful


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POSITION: Director of Curriculum
LOCATION: Glades County School District
DATE REQUIRED: May 1, 2005
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*Appropriate Educational Background
& Certification.
DUTIES:
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Direct Application and Resume To:
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400 10th Street SW
Moore Haven, Florida 33471
(863)946-2083
Equal Opportunity Employer and Service Provider.
Reasonable Accommodations and Modifications
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POSITION: Assistant Principal
LOCATION: Glades County School District
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Salary Schedule.
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Direct Application and Resume To:
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400 10th Street SW
Moore Haven, Florida 33471
(863)946-2083
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Child Care Needed 410
Child Care Offered 415
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Services Offered 425
Insurance 430
Medical Services 435


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Air Conditioners 505
Antiques 510
Appliances 515
Appliance Parts 520
Beauty Supplies 525
Bicycles 530
Books & Magazines535
Building Materials 510
Business Equipment 545
Carpets.Rugs 550
Children's Items 55
China, Glassware, Etc.560
Clothing 565
Coins. Stamps 570
Collectibles 575
Computer.-Video 58:I
Crafts 'Supplies 585
Cruises 590
Drapes, Linens & Fabrics 595
Fireplace Fixture 600
Firewood 605
Furniture 610
Furs 615
Health & Reducing
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Heating Equipment,
Supplies 625
Household Items 63(0
Jewelry 6235
Lamps.,Lights 6410
Luggage 615
Medical Items 650
Miscellaneous 655
Musical Instruments 66l
Office Supplies.
Equipment 665
Pets'Supplies.,
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Photography 675
Plumbing Supplies 680
Pools Supplies F85
Restaurant
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Satellite 695
Sewing Machines 700
Sporting Goods 705
Stereo Equipment 710
Television 'Radio 715
Tickets 720
Tools 725
Toys & Games 730
VCRs 735
Wanted to Buy -140


AIR CONDITIONER: 2005 3
Ton Package Unit w/Heat.
Never installed. $1150.
(954)309-8659
AIR CONDS- (1)- 3 ton, (1)-
5 ton, used 6 months,
$750 for both will sell sep-
arate. (239)243-6083.


INDIAN LANCE Rare, From
the Plains Indian. Museum
quality. $2500. (863)763-
0072.


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DRYER, Gas, Like new.
$100. (863)635-3439


ELECTRIC RANGE- Kon-
more, good shape, $75.
(863)467-8160.

Refrigerator, Commercial,
8x79x32, 3 dr, see thru,
$500 neg. You Haul. 863-
763-6257/763-0818.


REFRIGERATOR, 2002
Whirlpool, 19 cu. ft. $300
or best offer. (863)635-
3439
REFRIGERATOR, Frigidaire,
Side By Side w/3rd door.
Works really good. $125
neg. (863)675-2440
STOVE, GE, Electric, All
works well. $100 or best
offer. (863)675-2440

UPRIGHT FREEZER- 18 cu
ft, freezers very good,
body in good condition,
$75. (863)983-4694.


PAPERBACK BOOKS- 2
shopping bags full, $20 for
all- will separate.
'..(863)467-0924.


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Steel Building Sale 20X30,,
25X30, 30X40, 40X60,
50X100 Brand New Free
Delivery if ordered by 04-
09-05 Call Charlie
(800)896-1082.
STEEL BUILDINGS. Factory
Deals Save $$$. 40 x 60'
to 100 x 200'. Example: 50
x 100 x 12' = $3.60/sq ft.
(800)658-2885
www.rigidbuilding.com.


BREAKER BOX- Siemens,
125 amp, with breakers,
$65. (863)467-8160.

METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From Man-
ufacturer. 20 colors in,
stock with all Accessories.
Quick turn around! Deliv-
ery Available Toll Free
(888)393-0335.

RIDGE CAP- new, brown,
steel, 60 feet, 26 gauge,
$120. (863)357-5754.




INDOOR/OUTDOOR CAR-
PET-Sears, new, 8.5x12,
teal blue, UV protected,
$50. (863)674-1695.

Cide n'sU
Items 555^


GRECO CRIB SET Converts
to Day bed & then to a
double bed. $125. Or best
offer. (863)357-3575.


SHOES, Dress, Sz. 9, Name
brand, never worn. Pd
$65, Now $20. Taylor
Creek. 863-763-0867


COMPUTER SYSTEM-
complete, loads of soft-
ware/programs, all for
$100. (863)612-0900.


BED SKIRTS, (2) Twin, light
green, $6. (863)467-
8681

BUNK BEDS Twin, Solid
wood w/bunky boards.
Rarely used. $225 863-
634-5943.
CHEST, Dark wood. Great
for blankets. Good condi-
tion. $45. 863-763-0634

Coffee Table, 2 end tables
& sofa table, chrome &
brass w/glass tops. $300/
all. (863)674-0467.
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COFFEE TABLE w/Formica
Top and COMPUTER
CHAIR, $50 for both, will
sep. (863)763-1059
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER,
black, fits 27" TV, good
condition, $50. (561)252-
1371 (cell)
GLIDER CHAIR- 2 seat,
needs cushions, $10.
(863)763-1997.

LIVING ROOM SET, 3 pc.
set. Sofa, Recliner & Love-
seat. Tan. $300. 863-612-
9879
RECLINER, LANE, w/rocker
& swivel, cream with light
green stripes, $250.
(863)467-868,, :..,


EASY GO GOLF CART
restored
$2200
(863)692-2229
GOLF CLUBS- 30 Misc,
clubs, incld sets, $6.00
each, 2 bags $7 each.
(863)946-3123.
GOLF CLUBS, Wilson &
Spalding, 2 Sets w/metal
woods. $190 for both, will
sep. 863-946-3123


WEIGHT SET, Welder Pros-
tack. $300 863-673-2671





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WEDDING BANDS, Trio Set,
white gold, diamonds,
$600. (863)467-0108



WALKER: VACARE w/Front
whls. Will hold person up
to 300 Ibs. & Bath tub
stool. $75 863)763-1059

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ALASKAN DIAMOND WIL-
LOW (2)- beautiful pattern,
$200 neg. (863)763-7584
after 5.
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person spa-Loaded! In-
cludes cover, delivery &
warranty. $2999, was
$5999. (888)397-3529.







ORGAN- Hammond, Model
Elegante, 2 manual, full
pedal, Best offer, Free to
church or non profit.
,, ,(863)675-0215.



AMERICAN PIT BULL TER-
RIERS- ABA Reg, all col-
ors, 8 wks old, (863)697-
2750.
APPALOOSA MARE- 6yr
old, some training, $600
or best offer. (863)763-
7608.
BEAGLE PUPPIES, Small,
Tri-Color, 3 Female, 3
Male. Parents on premis-
es. Vet checked, 1st
shots, Ready 3/30 $250
(863)382-3370
BLK. LABS AKC 2-M Par-
ents hold Jr Test Title
Ready to go 4/1/05 $600
(772)528-8564
EASTER BUNNIES
(10), $100. Will
separate. 863-673-1364
or 863-673-0476.
MINIATURE DACHSHUND
4 (M) Puppies & Mother.
CKC reg. Colors vary.
$425 Neg. 863-357-2250
Peach & White Doves, (2),
old enough to eat on their
own, $20 each. (863)675-
6214 aft 6 pm.
PIT BULL PUPPIES
Ready to go, $100.
(863)697-1725.


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SINGER,
Old, 401
good.
3389.


Slantimatic, Sews
$20. (863)675-


FISHING ROD RACK-
round, hold 6 rods, asking
$15. (863)763-1997.


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SAW, Table Style, Crafts-
man, 10". 27x40" Table.
$150. (863)763-7584

TABLE SAW (2) Beachtop
w/stands. $200 for both,
will sep. (863)697-9704



PORTABLE OXYGEN
MACHINE- that will run off
12 volt or 110. (863)357-
1715.
STEEL GUITAR Double
Neck Pedal in good condi-
tion, Please call (863)763-
6230.


Christmas Trees 745
Farm Equipment 805
Farm Feed/Products 810
Farm Miscellaneous 815
Farm Produce 820
Farm Services
Offered 825
Farm Supplies/
Services Wanted 830
Fertilizer 835
Horses 840
Landscaping
Supplies 845
Lawn & Garden 850
Livestock 855
Poultry/Supplies 860
Seeds/Plants/
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QUARTER HORSE, MARE,
Registered, Leo-3 Bars,
Rides, Barrels, Child safe.
$2500 (863)675-4981
REGISTERED PASO FINO
GELDING- 11 yrs, buck-
sskin color, smooth gait,
$2500 (863)447-2395.


LAWN TRACTOR- '02,
16HP, Cub Cadet, Power
Plus, 42" cut, 37HRs,
$1950. (863)467-5933.
RIDING MOWER Snapper,
28" cut, 10 hp Briggs &
Stratton. Exc. cond., $600
best offer. 863-983-4397
TWELVE APOSTLE'S IRIS
Blooming & Cheap!
Thurs-Sun
(863)635-2686.
WALKING TRACTOR, Sim-
plicity, rotary, sickle bar,
plow, $850. 863-674-
0790


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Hunting Property 1030
Investment
Property-. Sale 1035
Land Sale 1040
Lots Sale 1045
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Out of State -
Property Sale 1055
Property inspection 1060
Real Estate Wanted 1065
Resort Property .
Sale 1070
Warehouse Space 1075
Waterfront Property1080


MOORE HAVEN AREA,
Historic Frame House
on 9 acres w/pond, paved
road & city water. Oaks &
Citrus Tree's on property.
$300,000. 863-946-0189



HUNT ELK, Red Stag,
Whitetail, Buffalo Our
season starts September
1, 2005. GUARANTEED
HUNTING LICENSE,
$5.00. We have NO Game,
NO Pay Policy. Call days:
(314)209-9800, Even-
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AUCTION
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This is YOUR chance to own property in Hlightands
County! Hlomesites range from 1/I to 1/2 acre,
including lakefiont & golf course properties.
Over 110 homesites will e sold ASOLUTI to the
last and highest bidder; regardless of price!
This is a perfect opportunity to purchase
property for investments, primary residence,
vacation home or retirement home sites.


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PREVIEW: 3-7PM, Monday, March 28
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WIU plans six home


Football games


Webber International University
would like to announce release of
the 2005 WIU Warrior Football
Schedule. The schedule will
include six home games, which
will be held at Legion Field in Lake
Wales. WIU will have a number of
NCAA I and II schools traveling to
us including: Newberry College
(SC), Wingate University (NC), and
Jacksonville University.
The schedule also includes five
exciting road trips to top NAIA and
NCAA schools. The Warriors will
travel to Campbellsville, Kentucky
to play one of the top NAIA schools.
WIU will also have the opportunity
to play in Fawecett Stadium at the
Football Hall of Fame in Canton,
Ohio against Walsh University, who
is also a top NAIA school.
For ticket information, please
contact our ticket office at: (863)


638-2947.
2005 WIU Football schedule:
08-27-2005 Sat. 1 pm Newberry
College at Lake Wales, FL. 09-03-
2005 Sat. 1 pm Wingate University
at Lake Wales, FL. 09-10-2005 Sat.
1:30 pm Shorter College at Rome,
GA., 09-17-2005 Sat 1 pm Camp-
bellsville University at Camp-
bellsville, KY. 09-24-2005 Sat. 1 pm
Concordia College at Selma, AL.
10-01-2005 Sat. 5 pm *Edward
Waters College at Lake Wales, FL.
10-08-2005 Sat. 5 pm Georgia State
at Lake Wales, FL. 10-15-2005 Sat.
1:30 pm North Greenville College at
Greenville, NC. 10-22-2005 Sat. 5
pm Allen University at Lake Wales,
FL. 10-27-2005 Thursday, 7 pm
Walsh University Canton, at Ohio.
11-12-2005 Sat. 5 pm Jacksonville
University at Lake Wales, FL.


The Frostproof News, Thursday, April 7, 2005


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Tax repos and bankrupt-
cies! No Credit O.K. $0 to
low down. For listings
800)501-1777 ext.

Guadalupe Riverfront!
Spectacular wide river-
fronts on "Prime" Texas
Hill Country location. 10-
32 acres w/ lots of water
frontage, huge trees, pan-
oramic views. From
$300's to $400's. Limited
number available, call now
before they're gone.
(800)609-7042 x 110.
LAKE VIEW BARGAIN
$29,900. Free boat slip!
High elevation, beautifully
wooded parcel. Across
from national forest on
35,000 acre recreational
lake in TN. Paved roads, u/
g utils, central water, sew-
er, more. Excellent financ-
ing. Call now (800)704-
3154, ext. 608. Sunset
Bay, LLC.

SERENE MOUNTAIN GOLF
HOMESITE $230/MO. Up-
scale Golf Community set
amid Dye designed 18
hole course in Carolina
Mountains. Breathtaking
views. Near Asheville NC.
A sanctioned Golf Digest
Teaching Facility! Call toll-
free (866)334-3253 ext
832
www.cherokeevalleysc.c-
om Price: $59,900, 10%
down, balance financed
12 months at 4.49% fixed,
one year balloon, OAC.

Your new home could be in
today's paper. Have you
looked for it?


Bulldogs fall to


Avon Park High 8-7


Frostproof High School and
Avon Park High School are
neighbors and bitter football
rivals. Baseball has been a one
sided affair in the last 4 years,
with AP winning all 10 meet-
ings. That almost changed
Tuesday night in Avon Park.
Clinging to a 2 run lead in
the 4th inning, Frostproof was
unable to hang on to the lead,
falling to the Red Devils 8-7 in
the bottom of the 7th inning.
The win made A.P. 6-5, (3-2),
and the loss dropped FHS to 1-
8 (0-3).
Blake Fann started on the
hill for the Dogs, and pitched 5
strong innings in the loss.


Avon Park pounded out 13
hits, and Frostproof countered
with 9 hits, including 3 HRs.
Jimmy Moser and Billy
Richards lead the Dogs offen-
sively with 2 hits each.
Richards, Jared Castle, and
David Young hit towering
Home Runs in the losing
effort.
Fann-L(1-
2),Roan(6),Moser(7) and
Boggs-FP
Lewis-W(2-2),Dobson (7)
and Sedlock-AP
Billy Richards, Jared Castle,
David Young all hit Home
Runs for the Dogs.Jimmy
Moser and Billy Richards were
2 for 4.


WESTERN NC MOUNTAINS
North Carolina Where
there is: Cool Mountain
Air, Views & Stream,
Homes, Cabins &
Acreage. CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE OF MOUN-
TAIN PROPERTY SALES.
(800)642-5333. Realty Of
Murphy 317 Peachtree St.
Murphy, N.C. 28906.
www.realtyofmurphy.co-
m.



MOBILE WORKSHOP
14x52, zoned for workshop
in Glades Co. wired 220.
$2,000 neg 352-754-8514



AWNING
4' wide 54" high
$65.
(863)467-4191


Recreation



Boats 3005
Campers.'RVs 3010
Jet Skis 3015
Marine Accessories 3020
Marine Miscellaneous 3025
Motorcycles 3030
Sport Vehicles/ATVs 3035


BOAT, MOTOR, TRAILER,
17FT- take $1200 or trade
for economy car.
(239)243-6083.
Join all the people who say,
"I sold it in the classifieds"


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PROLINE 153- 15'3", runs
good, 70HP Johnson, trlr,
lots of gear, $500 neg.
(305)304-5723.


Franklin Royal Executive
Park model '83, 12'x 35',
Very reasonable park
$7000. 239-612-0332.
GIANT RV BUYERS BLITZ.
April 8th, 9th, 10th. Giant
Recreation World. Flori-
da's Motorhome- Towable
Headquarters-
*Melbourne- (800)700-
1021. *Ormond Beach-
(800)893-2552. *Winter
arden- (800)654-8475.
www.grwrv.com.

TRAVEL TRAILER, '92 Yel-
low Stone, 30'. Exc. cond.
New awning. $6000/best
offer. 863-675-7145



OUTBOARD MOTOR- Mer-
cury 125HP, 2002, Merc.
Warranty until 8/08,
$4000, (954)553-5140.
OUTBOARD MOTOR- Mer-
cury 9.8, runs good, ask-
ing $400 or best of-
fer,(863)673-1574.
STAINLESS STEEL PRO-
PELLER, for 40 50 hp.
Mercury motor, 101/4 X 12.
$125. (863)763-7609.


KAWASAKI '77 750 Black &
Wine, AM/Fm Cassette &
leather Saddle bag $1500
neg (863)452-6561


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When doing those chores
is doing you in, it's time Your next jol
look for a helper in the today's cla
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Horses

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Horse owners are reminded that
their animals' vaccinations must be
up to date, including the necessary
booster shots."
In 2004, there were 48 reported
cases of EEE in horses and six con-
firmed equine WNV cases. That
compares with nearly 500 reported
WNV cases in 2002. A vaccination
against WNV became available in
the summer of 2001 and EEE vacci-
nations have been around for
years.
Mr. Bronson is also urging Flori-


TRANS- 4.3,
s, 5 spd over-
$600 neg.
798.
b could be in
issifieds. Did
Sit?


FLEETWOOD '99, 21', Hy-
brid, A/C, Bunkbeds,
sleeps 7, Good Cond Ask-
ing $8500 863-467-2773


Automobiles



Automobiles 40105
Autos Wanted 4010
Classic Cars 4015
Commercial Trucks 4020
Construction
Equipment 4025
Foreign Cars 4030
Four Wheel Drive 4035
Heavy Duty Trucks 404
Parts Repairs 4045
Pickup Trucks 4050
Sport Utility 4055
Tractor Trailers 4060
Utility Trailers 4065
Vans 4070


BUICK LESABRE, '96-
needs minor work, $550.
(863)763-7023.


Dodge Dart Swinger, '73,
blue, raised rear, orig.
-slant 6, $1500. (863)635-
4357 aft 5.

NOVA, '72- 6cyl, auto, 79K
miles, Daily driver 863-
634-0526.


da residents and visitors to take pre-
cautions against mosquito bites to
reduce the chance of contracting
mosquito-borne illnesses. People
are urged to avoid being outdoors
at dusk and dawn when mosqui-
toes are most active and, if they
must be outside at those times, fo
wear loose-fitting, long-sleeve
shirts and pants. People are also
urged to use mosquito repellent
containing DEET. Residents should
take steps to eliminate mosquito
breeding grounds on their property
by removing standing water from
birdbaths, kiddie pools, old tires
and other items where water can
accumulate.


FWC has new alligator hotline


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) has launched a new toll-
free telephone number to report
nuisance alligators. That num-
ber is 1-866-FWC-GATOR and
should be the primary telephone
number for alligator complaints,
available to customers around
the clock.


Alligators have shared marsh-
es, swamps, rivers and lakes
with humans for many centuries
in the southeastern United States
and are found in all of Florida's
67 counties. There have been
increased interactions between
alligators and humans as more
and more people are seeking
homes on waterfront property.


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PONTIAC GRAND AM, '92,
runs, needs some work,
body in good shape, $600.
(239)462-7342


NOVA, '72- 6cyl, auto, 79K
miles, Daily driver 863-
634-0526.



CLASSIC JEEP CHEROKEE
'85 runs & in good shape
$1250 or best offer
(863)763-0072.
JEEP WRANGLER, '92-
4x4, $1800 neg. Call for
more information.
(863)697-3656.


GOLF CART, Club Car, late
model, reconditioned, gas
& electric, $1495,
(863)675-1472
Golf Carts,
Gas or Electric
Buy and Sell
Call (863)824-0878


ENGINE, KAWASAKI, brand
new, 10 hp, fits John
Deere or Kawasaki Mule.
$900. (863)692-2229.
FORD BRONCO, '79 parts
only, $300. ISUZU PUP
'85- parts only, $150.
(863)763-5147.


OLDS TORNADO '88, Blue,
Needs work. Nice body.
Doesn't run. $200 best of-
fer. (863)467-0987

TAILGATE for Ford F250
. Pickup, navy blue, New
$424 Now $350. or best
offer. 863-677-1407


CAMPER SHELL For Full sz
short bed pickups w/
wedge design & ladder :
bars. $400 863-634-2975

Chevy C10 Stepside, '67,
solid body, 350 eng., runs,
needs some work, $1000.
863-635-4357


JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
LARED01996, Good cof-
dition. All power. $3000
(863)946-0189



MATTRESS- new, for Trac-
tor Trailer sleeper, 36x78,
plus sleeper pad mattress,
$60. (863)674-1695.

'ID I
GOOSENECK '95 Stock/
Horse Trlr., 12 Ft. long w/
tandem axles. Exc. cond.
$1995 863-983-7734


GMC High Top Conversion
Van, '93, good motor &
trans, 5 new tires, will
trade for 3/4 ton Chevy or
GMC Pickup of equal val-
ue. (863)763-6083


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