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Thursday, April 21, 2005 Vol. 90 No. 45 Frostproof's Hometown Newspaper for More Than 85 Years 50 cents


At a Glance

Paint classes
'offered
One Stroke classes now
forming in Frostproof!
Have you always wanted
to paint like Donna Dewbern
on television,but never knew
how?
Let Vicki Alley show you
how easy it is using the One
Stroke method.
Classes will be starting
soon. Sign up now for our
next series of beginner class-
es with Vicki Alley is a One
Stroke Certified Instructor at
the Frostproof Art League
and Gallery. For more infor-
mation call 635-7271.
Habitat for
Humanity meeting
Habitat for Humanity of
East Polk County, Frostproof
Chapter, will hold an appli-
cation night on Thursday,
April 28, from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
at the Frostproof Middle
Senior High School cafeteria,
1000 Palm Avenue N. For
more information, call (863)
635-9112.
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 pro-
gram 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 build-
ing files include: permit files,
drawings (large size), draw-
ing attachments (structural
and energy calculations and
small drawings), and renew-
al contractor licenses. 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
Management." 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.
One-Stop Centers
extend hours
The Polk Works One-Stop
Centers have extended their
hours on Tuesdays and
Thursday opening at 7 am
and closing at 6 pm for job
information and access to
other programs that are part
of the Centers support serv-
ices. Regular hours on Mon-
day, Wednesday and Friday
are from 8 am to 5 pm unless
a special event such as a Job
Fair or seminar is being held
during evening hours. The
Polk Works One-Stop Cen-
ters 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 employ-
ers. For more information,
contact the Centers at (863)
683-5627 or (863) 291-5292
or visit www.polkworks.org
See Page 2 for information about
how to contact the newspaper.

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Rotary honors FHS teens


Each month, the Frostproof
Rotary Club honors a Frostproof
High School senior as its "Teen
of the Month." The faculty and
staff at the high school select the
"teen" based upon qualities
such as citizenship and commu-
nity and school service. The
"teen" attends the Rotary Club
meeting with his/her parents to
receive a plaque. Mrs. Teresa
Lewis, FMSHS guidance coun-
selor, coordinates the selection


process at the high school and
also attends the Rotary meeting.
The Teens of the Month hon-
ored for the first half of this
school year, from August
through December 2004, were
Barvan Alvarado, Maria Ojeda,
Patricia Smith, Brad Jones, and
Lisa Alderman.
Barvan Alvarado is the Stu-
dent Council President at
FMSHS. He excels in soccer,
track and cross-country. He is a


member of National Honors
Society, Future Business Leaders
of America, World Language
Honors Society and the Spanish
Club. He would like to attend
USF this fall. Ie is the son of Ros-
alia and Jose Alvarado.
Maria Ojeda is a senior class
officer and a member of Nation-
al Honors Society, Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America, World
Language Honors Society, and
the Spanish Club. She will attend


Webber International University
this fall. Maria is the daughter of
Jose and Maria Ojeda.
Patricia Smith received "teen
of the month" honors for Octo-
ber. She is a member of National
Honors Society, Future Business
Leaders of America, World Lan-
guage Honors Society, and the
Spanish Club. In addition, she
plays tennis and likes to act. She
will attend U of F this fall. Patricia
is the daughter of James and


Nancy Smith.
Brad Jones is a member of
National Honors Society, Future
Business Leaders of America,
World Language Honors Society,
and the Debate Team. He plays
football and enjoys peer coun-
seling. Last summer, Brad repre-
sented the Frostproof Rotary
Club when he attended the Sem-
inar for Tomorrow's Leaders, a
See Rotary Page 2


Opening Day: Let's Play Ball!


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Staff photos/Cindy Monk
On Saturday, April 2nd all the teams took the field at the Frostproof Sports Complex for
the Opening Season Ceremony held at 10 a.m. According to the members on the Board
the number of children participating this year in the program is up.


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The City of Frostproof installs the new chain of command
for the Frostproof Police Department. Pictured left to
right; Sergeant Billy Hood, Chief Deanna Respress Hig-
gins and Lieutenant Yancey Plair.


Mayor installs



Police Officers


Mayor Larry Hadden and
the City Council installed Frost-
proofs' official Chief of Police,
Lieutenant and Sergeant at the
City Council meeting held Mon-
day, April 4, 2005. The official
titles now belong to Deanna
Respress Higgins as Chief of
Police. Chief Higgins is the first
female chief of Frostproof. She
became the interim chief back
in October after former Chief of
police Neil Byrd retired. Higgins
has been with the Frostproof
Police Department for 15 years.
Yancey Plair received the
lieutenants' badge. Lt. Plair was
born and raised in Frostproof


Dustin Baber of Babson Park gets ready to fire one over home plate on Opening Day,
April 2.


Youth baseball season begins
On Saturday, April 2, 2005 the ; ,.:.. --
Babe Ruth Baseball and Miss .
Florida Softball season officially
got underway for the youth of
Frostproof at the Frostproof
Sports Complex. The Jenkins
family threw the opening pitch -
in honor of K. Jenkins. The .
National Anthem was song by
Kathy Lofton. This years spon-
sors are: Harvey's Minit Market,
Discount Cellular, Citizen's
Bank, Foodway, FX Bar Ranch,
Play it Again Sports, Robin's
Music Mart, Hank Smith Lawn
Mgt, Inc., Start to Finish, Flood
Citrus, Ben Hill Griffin, Inc.,
Cargill, Hendry Properties, Down and ready is Stephanie Lewis playing second
Thomas E. Davis, Inc., and base. Stephanie plays baseball for the Frostproof Babe
Crumbly Brothers. Ruth League.




Meeks wins several ribbons


Emilyn Meeks of Frostproof
has been quite busy this year
participating in the Annual Polk
County Youth Fair that was held
the week of March 14 and then
traveling to Tallahassee the first
week in April.
Emilyn raised a steer (named
'Cooper') which won a Blue rib-
bon-First in class and sold for
$3.75 a pound. designed a gift
Baby basket and won a Blue rib-
bon and was considered for Tri-
color, baked a Coconut cake and
won a Blue ribbon and was con-
sidered for Tri-color,. she also
baked Orange muffins that also
was tagged with a Blue ribbon,
and if that wasn't enough, Emi-
lyn can sew as well, and received
a Blue ribbon for an Appliqued
purse. She also entered the


Youth Fair Table setting competi-
tion and once again finished with
the 'Best Outdoor Informal' with
her theme of "A Florida Cracker
Dinner" in the memory of Mr.
Ben Hill Griffin, Jr.
Ms. Meeks is a Junior at Frost-
proof High School and traveled
to Tallahassee Monday, April 11,
to attend the "Ag On The Hill"
celebration which was held
Tuesday. She and three other FFA
Federation Officers Lauren
Lewis, Robbie Bondurant, and
Bobby Lanier along with Mrs.
Marie Fussell, and Mrs. Keitha
Barnhorst, Ag advisors met with
Agricultural Commissioner
Charles Bronson and other state
leaders. Miss Cheryl Fulford a
Frostproof High School gradu-
ate, now lobbyist spoke to the


and has been with the depart-
ment for ten years. He's mar-
ried to Jennifer who is
employed by Sulliivan Real
Estate and they have two
daughters Anna, 6, and Gracie,
4.
Receiving the Sergeants
badge is Billy Hood. Sgt. Hood
was raised in Frostproof and
has been with the FPPD for 13
years. He's been married to
Carmen for 6 /2 years. Carmen
is a history teacher at Frost-
proof Senior High School and
they have a daughter named
Julia, who is 4 months old.


Tax relief



deadline nears


Marsha Faux, Polk County's
Property Appraiser is remind-
ing mobile home owners who
qualify to apply for up to
$1,500 in hurricane relief pay-
ments. The owner would
qualify if they purchased a
mobile home to replace a
mobile home that suffered
major damage in a 2004 hurri-
cane and the mobile home
was the permanent residence
of a permanent resident of this
state at the time of the dam-
age.
Applications for relief for
Polk County residents who


bought replacement mobile
homes are due to Faux's office
by May 1. The relief is calculat-
ed based on state sales tax
paid on the replacement
mobile home.
The mobile home must be
purchased on or before May 1,
2005, the due date for the
application, in order to quali-
fy.
The relief related to mobile
home replacement is capped
at $15 million statewide, and
individual relief payments
See Tax -Page 2


* More photos Page 2


group. As part of the itinerary for
the FFA Officers they attended
breakfast with the Commission-
er of Agriculture- Charles Bron-
son, FDACS Chief of Staff- Terry
Rhodes, numerous Legislators
including Representative Marty
Bowen. They also visited the
Senate chamber and heard pre-
sentations from Susan Reese-
Staff Director House Ag Commit-
tee, Sam Ard- Lobbyist, Cheryl
Fulford- Lobbyist for FDACS and
Nelson Mongovi Director of Mar-
keting Division FDACS, toured
the Old Capitol, visited the House
Gallery while business was in
session and personally visited
with Representative Bowen.


Courtesy photos
Students visited with Florida Agricultural Commissioner
Charles Bronson and other state leaders in Tallahassee on
April 12, 2005. FFA Federation Officers Lauren Lewis, Emilyn
Meeks, Bobby Lanier and Robbie Bondurant are seen here pic-
tured with Commissioner Bronson.


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weeklong leadership seminar for may be reduced by an equalpro-
incoming high school seniors. '.portion to maintain the total
Brad will be attending U of F this relief paid out at $15 million.
fall. He is the son of Zina and Approved applicants can
Johnny Myers. expect to receive payments
Lisa Alderman received "teen sometime in July 2005.
of the month" recognition for Copies of the application
December. She excels at volley- !Nform may be obtained by visiting
ball, basketball, and softball, and one of Faux's offices or from the
is a member of DECA Club. She web site at www.polkpa.org
wants to major in criminal jus- . For
tice, and has not yet selected her ., more information about the hur-
, college. Lisa is the daughter of : ricane relief program, residents
: Teresa and Jody Alderman. Courtesy photo may call the Bartow office at
Congratulations to all of these FMSHS guidance counselor Mrs. Teresa Lewis stands with 534-4777, the Lakeland office at
outstanding Frpstproof High selected Rotary Teens: Barvan Alvarado, Maria Ojeda, Patri- 413-2549, or the Winter Haven
School seniors! cia Smith, Brad Jones, and Lisa Alderman. office at 401-2424 or 401-2425.


'Relay for Life' begins Friday April 22


The Relay for Life committee
would like to invite everyone to
the third annual American Cancer
Society Relay for Life on April
22nd and 23rd at the Frostproof
High School practice football
field. This is a unique event that
offers communities an opportuni-
ty to participate in the fight against
cancer. The relay will begin at
6PM on Friday, the 22nd and end
at noon on Saturday. Teams of 10-
15 people camp out and take
turns walking, jogging or running
around the track. Funds raised
will help fight this disease through
research, education, advocacy
and patient services.
To honor our cancer survivors,
there will be a survivor dinner for
all registered survivors and their
caregivers. Texas Cattlemens will
be serving a chicken dinner to
each survivor and their caregiver
at no cost to them sponsored by


Lowe's. After the opening cere-
monies at 6PM, all survivors will
have the opportunity to make the
first lap around the track followed
by a lap with their caregivers. If
you haven't registered as a sur-
vivor, please contact Freda Woods
@ 528-2696.
There will be a Luminaria Cer-
emony after dark. We hope to cir-
cle the track with luminarias in
memory of or to honor someone
you love. These bags will stay lit
throughout the evening, remind-
ing us that hope lives among us. If
you would like to purchase a
luminaria in honor of or in mem-
ory of someone you love, please
contact Gerri Horton @ 635-5477.
There are several fund raising
events. There will be Pulled Pork
Sandwiches, bake sale items, ice
cream, sno cones, peanuts,
nachos & cheese, hotdogs, and
trail mix for sale as well as a pan-


cake breakfast on Saturday morn-
ing. We'll have a car bash, a "Jail
Cell" (you can pay for someone to
be put into the "jail cell" until they
raise the money to get out), car
wash, $5 haircuts provided by
Libby's Salon, Best Brownie con-
test sponsored by 1st Presbyterian
Church, sunrise service on Satur-
day @ 7AM, kids carnival games
on Saturday, a multi-team yard
sale on Saturday, live bands, Par-
ties by Robert DJ, Sock Hop at
Midnight, chance drawing for a
25" Sony color TV and other
chance drawings.
A Silent Auction will be held all
thru the event and end at
10:30AM on Saturday. Items being
auctioned are: Landscape Oil
Painting by Joe Piatt, Custom
Made Bedroom Set including a 4
drawer chest, 6 drawer dresser
w/mirror, and 2 nightstands
donated by Bill Scruggs, 5x6


Handmade Fleece Throw donat-
ed by Linda Baxley, floral arrange-
ment donated by Southern
Charms, Turkey Fryer donated by
Bagwell Lumber, His & Hers
Mountain Bikes donated by
Nancy Kerst, Wooden Model Ship
donated by Mr. & Mrs. Al Ludwig,
Juice Box MP3 Player donated by
Sandy Sackett, Attache Case
donated by First Baptist Church,
Women's Electric Razor donated
by First Baptist Church and a
freshwater pearl set donated by
Mr. & Mrs. DePietro. More items
will be added as the event draws
closer.
Please join us for lots of fun
and fellowship. For more infor-
mation about Relay for Life, a
more detailed list of events, or
questions about any of the events
connected to Relay for Life, con-
tact Sandy Sackett @ 635-5456 or
Gerri Horton @ 635-5477.


Value of Florida farmland increasing


GAINESVILLE, Fla.- The
value of agricultural land contin-
ued to increase in all areas of the
state last year, buoyed by a popu-
lation boom and strong nonagri-
cultural demand for land, accord-
ing to a new University of Florida
survey.
"Following recent trends, the
market for agricultural land was
very active this past year, and the
rate of increase in land values
was particularly high in the
southern regions of the state,"
said John Reynolds, a professor
emeritus with UF'.s Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sciences.
"In most land-value categories,
we recorded double-digit increas-
es."
He said the most prominent
changes occurred in South Flori-
da where the value of cropland
increased by 58 percent and pas-
tureland values jumped by 76
percent. The. largest increases
were in the .Indian River area,
Okeechobee County and the Gulf
Coast counties.
Cropland and pastureland in
other regions also experienced
substantial increases: 19 to 25
percent in the central region of
the state, 10 to 19 percent in the
northwest region and 9 to 15 per-
cent in the northeast region.
Although citrus groves did not
increase in value as much as
cropland and pasture, the value
of orange groves in the south
region increased by 10 percent
and 12 percent in the central
region. The value of grapefruit
groves increased 34 percent in
the south region and 15 percent
in the central region. The value of
land with 5- to 7-year-old citrus
Plantings increased about 9 per-
cent in the south and central
regions.
The average value of orange
groves in the south region was
$6,540 per acre, about $130 per
acre higher than in the central
region. The estimated value of
grapefruit groves increased to
$5,264 per acre in the south


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region, about $746 per acre high-
er than in the central region. The
average value of land with 5- to 7-
year-old citrus groves was $5,920
per acre in the south region,
about $580 per acre higher than
in the central region.
Mr. Reynolds' 2004 land value
survey, which measures changes
over the past year, divides the
state into five regions: south,
southeast, central, northeast and
northwest. Because of the impact
urbanization has on agricultural
land values, Mr. Reynolds collects
data for the southeast region,
including Miami-Dade, Broward
and Palm Beach counties.
He also nmasureslthe value of
transition land acreage being
converted or likely to be convert-
ed to nonagricultural sites for
homes, subdivisions and com-
mercial uses. Counties- were
divided into metropolitan and
non- metropolitan counties, and
transition land values were esti-
mated for each region.
The value of transition land
within five miles of a major town
in metropolitan counties
increased by 7 to 13 percent in
northern regions of the state and
by 6 to 52 percent in southern
regions. In dollar amounts, the
value of transition land in metro
counties ranged from $14,082 to
$24,983 per acre, except in the
southeast region of the state
where transition land values
were $62,500 per acre.
The value of transition land
more than five miles from a
major town in metro counties
ranged from $7,950 to $14,352
per acre, except in the southeast
where the value was $36,250 per
acre.
In non-metro counties, the
value of transition land within five
miles of a major town ranged
from $4,793 to $6,778 per acre.
Transition land more than five
miles from a major town ranged
from $3,921 to $5,446 per acre.
For the 2004 study, six coun-
ties were reclassified. Mr.


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Reynolds said the changes in the
northwest include moving Jeffer-
son and Wakulla counties into
the Tallahassee metropolitan sta-
tistical area (MSA), which is a fed-
eral designation for urban or
urbanizing areas. In the northeast
region, Gilchrist County was
moved into the Gainesville MSA,
and Flagler County was removed
from adjacent MSA counties. In
the southern region, Indian River
County was designated as the
Vero Beach MSA.
"It is important to emphasize
that the value of a specific tract of
land may vary substantially from
the survey estimates because of
the physical characteristics of the
tract, its location and the eco-
nomic or institutional factors that
restrict its use," Reynolds said.
"The survey measured land val-
ues up to May 2004, and it does
not include any changes in land
values that may have occurred
after last year's hurricane sea-
son."
The 2004 Florida Agricultural
Land Value Survey also shows:
Last year, the value of crop-
land and pastureland in the south
region increased from $1,100 to
$1,400 per acre. The value of
improved pasture was higher in
the central region than in other
regions. The lowest agricultural
land values were reported in the
northwest region, ranging from
$1,450 per acre for unimproved
pasture to $2,193 per acre for irri-
gated cropland.
The value of irrigated crop-
land was $3,901 per acre in the
south region, $3,709 in the cen-
tral region, and $3,428 in the
northeast region. The value of
non- irrigated cropland was
$3,237 in the central region,
$2,657 in the northeast region
and $1,983 in the northwest
region.


The value of improved pas-
ture ranged from $3,608 per acre
in the central region to $1,783 per
acre in the northwest region. The
value of unimproved pasture
ranged from $2,605 per acre in
the south region to $1,451 in the
northwest region.
The value of farm woods
increased by 18 percent in the
northwest region of the state and
by 16 percent in the northeast
region.
Survey respondents were
asked if they expect agricultural
land values to be higher, lower or
remain unchanged during the
next 12 months. Eighty-five per-
cent of the respondents in north-
ern areas and 67 percent of the
respondents in south region
expect land values to increase
during the next year. Only 2 per-
cent expect lower land values
during the next 12 months.
Respondents in the southeast
region said that they expect land
values to increase by 30 percent,
primarily because of strong
urban demands.
The annual food and resource
economics department survey,
which Mr. Reynolds started in
1985,.was compiled from infor-
mation provided by 190 respon-
dents from around the state.
Respondents included property
appraisers, farm lenders, real
estate brokers, farm managers,
land investors, federal farm-
assistance and conservation staff,
UF/IFAS extension agents, and
others who develop and maintain
information about rural land val-
ues.
More details on the survey,
"Nonagricultural Demand Caus-
es Agricultural Land Values to
Increase" (FE 545), are available
on the UF/IFAS Electronic Data
Information Source (EDIS) Web
site at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/


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Courtesy photos
Emilyn Meeks stands with her steer named 'Cooper' in
the Arena at the Polk County Youth Fair held the week of
March 14. Emilyn won a Blue Ribbon-First in class.


"A Florida Cracker Dinner" in the memory of Ben Hill Grif-
fin Jr., was the theme Emilyn Meeks chose for the Table
setting competition at the 2005 Polk County Youth Fair.
Emilyn won the 'Best Outdoor Informal' ribbon.


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JV Softball team has super season


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FMSHS JV softball team
defeats George Jenkins and
Auburndale to take 3rd place in
All County tournament
When you are the underdog
winning is twice as good! Frost-
proof had to face 5A George Jenk-
ins in the first game of the tourna-
ment. ?This win was crucial in
order to stay in the top
bracket. The girls turned some
heads when they won 5-1. Lacy
Lambeth went' 2-2. Whitney
Deloach had a nice double. Kaly
Flood and Sydney Jones both
recorded singles. The defense
was solid with Elizabeth Russell
turning a double play. Aleecia
Martinez made a solid throw to
2nd to Elizabeth Russell who
picked the runner off and made
the out before George Jenkins
runner on 3rd could score.
Kaly Flood was the winning
pitcher recording 6 strikeouts.
The next nightht FP faced McK-
eel and lost 6-0. After the big win


in the 1st inning to take the lead
but FP answered back with 3 runs
in the bottom of the first. It was an
up and down game as FP would
lead one inning and Auburndale
the next. Bottom of 6th inning,
and FP's last at bat because of
time limit, Auburndale was lead-
ing by 1 run. Jessica Tate started it
off with a base hit to Right field.
Lacy Lambeth got on with an
error. Sydney Jones sacrificed a
bunt to move runners. Tate
scored on a pass ball to tie the
game. Elizabeth Russell hit the
ball to 2nd base to score Lacy
Lambeth for the winning run.
Defense was equally outstanding
as one Auburndale player hit the
ball to deep center to Ambria Her-
nandez who threw to cut-off Alee-
cia Martinez who made a perfect
throw to Lacy Lambeth.at third to
ruin Auburndale's triple as she
was tagged out; Sydney Jones
threw a girl out on 2nd trying to
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FMSHS Junior Varsity Bulldog team: Back row Whitney
DeLoach, Megan -, Brooke Link, Amanda Martinez, Kaly
Flood, Amber- and Jessica Tate. Front row; Sydney Jones,
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the night before the girls were a pitched the entire game. She was as the underdog. Their line up .'i:
little "dead". Lots of errors and no caught by another 6th grader Syd- consists of 6th, 7th and 8th .!'' "..
hits gave McKeel the win. Kaly ney Jones. Chelle had 4 strikeouts graders and they face 9TH, 10TH, "'
Flood pitched a great game allow- and never faltered under the pres- and some llth graders. They
ing only 3 hits. sure of such a close game. Final have been up beat all year and
The final night was to deter- Score was 10-9. This gave FP 3rd entered every game to win. Head
mine 3rd and 4th place and Frost- place out of 10 county teams. J.V. coach Tommy Chatlos says,
proof had to face Auburndale, The J.V. team had a very suc- "they are a great group of girls
another 5A school. It did not start cessfulyear. What makes them so with a lot to look forward to. I am .
well as Auburndale scored 3 runs unique? They go in to every game very proud of them all."


Bulldog golf tourney underway .


Planning for the 7th Annual
Bulldog Baseball Golf Tourna-
ment is underway. This years
event is scheduled at the Lake
Wales Country Club for Saturday,
May 28,8 A.M. Shotgun Start.
Format: Four man Scramble-
cost is $60 per golfer and includes
green fees, lunch and a T-shirt.
The longest drive competition
will be held immediately follow-
ing the tournament. Putting con-
test will be held during the tour-
ney. Lunch will be provided at
Webber International University
Baseball Field.


All proceeds benefit the Frost-
proof High School Baseball pro-
gram.
Please contact Head Coach Pat
Garrett for more information at
635-7809.
Or fill out the attached form


and mail it: Frostproof High
School 1000 N. Palm Ave. Frost-
proof FL. 33843 ATTN: Pat Garrett.
Thank you for consideration,
and your time.
Frostproof High School Head
Baseball Coach Pat Garrett.


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WIU weekly sports


Baseball (23-27,3-15)
The Warriors went 1-4 on the
week. WIU played Savannah Col-
lege of Art & Design on Friday and
Saturday.for a three-game series
and fell 2-1, 4-2, 2-0. On Monday,
the Warriors bounced back and
took game one from Florida Col-
lege 9-0, but then dropped game
two 4-3. In action last night, WIU
fell 6-5 to NCAA II Rollins College.
Highlights for the Warriors
include: Matt Krohe the WIU
strikeouts in a game record with
14 on Friday against SCAD; Krohe
earned USCAA Player-of-the-
Week for his efforts; on Monday
the Warriors tallied three -home-
runs from Jimmy Thompson,
Collin Martin and Eddie Gonza-
lez.
Softball (14-19, 7-3)
The WIU softball team swept
Northwood University 7-3, 1-0.
On the day, the front of the lineup
tallied the most hits. Kassandra
Hilson contributed three, Rachel
Burton added three more, and
Melissa Maiel led the team with
four hits on four attempts. Maiel,
Burton, and Jen Brumbaugh
each drove home two teammates
on the day.
Wednesday the Lady Warriors
traveled to Palm Beach Atlantic
where they fell 8-0, 4-3. WIU
improved on their two hits in the
first game to tally seven in the
second game and give the Sailfish
a run for their money. Lexi Postle-
wait led the way with two hits
and also scoring two runs.
The Lady Warriors will contin-
ue their quest for a conference
title as they trek to St. Thomas
and Northwood this weekend.
WIU will return home on Tues-
day against Rollins and Friday
against SCAD. Both doublehead-
ers are scheduled to start at
2:30pm.
Women's Tennis
(3-11, 2-4)
After tying the match at 3-3,
the Lady Warriors just couldn't
hold on and dropped the match
6-3 to NCAA Division II Florida
Tech.
WIU fell behind 1-2 after the
doubles; WIU's Rashmee Kumari
and Jessica Thomas pulled off
the lone Warrior doubles victory
in the #2 match over FIT'S
Christie Lamond and Kim Tucker
8-2.
In the singles matches, WIU
won the #2 and #3 matches. Ste-
phie Jungmann (#2) and Rash-
mee Kumari (#3) both won in
straight sets.
SINGLES: #1 Belen Panori (F)
d. Sophie Alriksson 6-1, 6-0; #2
Stephie Jungmann (W) d.
Christie Lamond.6- 6-0; #3
Rashmee Kumari (W) d. Manoy
Rohrbach 6-4, 6-1; #4 Kim Tuck-
er (F) d. Tammy Zimmerman 6-0,
6-0; #5 Viktorija Bredelyte (F) d.
Jessica Thomas 6-4, 6-1; #6 Aya
Naratsoji (F) d. Magdelena Halfar


6-1,6-1.
DOUBLES: #1 Pandre-
Rohrbach (F) d. Alriksson-Jung-
mann 8-5; #2 Kumari-Thomas
(W) d. Lamond-Tucker 8-2, #3
Bredelyte-Nakatsuji (F) d. Zim-
merman-Cohen 8-4.
Men's Tennis (9-11)
WIU currently ranked #16 in
the latest NAIA poll, defeated two
NCAA II schools this past week,
Florida Tech and St. Leo Universi-
ty. WIU defeated FIT 5-4 and
downed SLU 9-0.
The Warriors dominated the
doubles competition, not allow-
ing SLU to gain more than three
points in any of the matches. In
the singles competition, WIU
swept the matches in straight sets
in five out of the six matches
played. In the final singles match,
WIU won in super tie-break. This
is the last match of the regular sea-
son for the Warriors.
SINGLES: #1 Enrique Catter
(W) d. Adrian Nakayama 6-0, 6-2;
#2 Christophe Bonadona (W) d.
Dan Steele 6-1, 6-1; #3 Yuiti Lopes
(W) d. Anas Aldahoud 6-0, 6-0; #4
Nico Jungkind (W) d. David
Farinez 6-1, 2-6 (10-5); #5 Cody
Wright (W)'d. Mhamad Elnaa-
mani 6-1, 6-4; #6 Leigh Griffiths
(W) d. Mike DelPriore 6-1, 6-1.


DOUBLES: #1 Bonadona-Cat-
ter (W) d. Aldahoud-Farinez 8-2;
#2 Lopes-Wright (W) d. Nakaya-
ma-Elnaamani 8-1, #3 Jungkind-
Griffiths (W) d. Steele-DelPriore 8-
3.
Against Florida Tech, WIU bat-
tled back from a 2-4 deficit to'
clinch the wir over NCAA Division
II Florida Tech 5-4.
WIU won the #2 and #3 dou-
bles matches 8-3, 9-8 respectively
to take a 2-1 lead into singles play.
From there Florida Tech swept the
top three singles matches, but
WIU displayed their true Warrior
spirit by winning the next three
matches and notching the win.
Nico Jungkind in the #4 singles
position was the deciding match,
he defeated opponent Diego
Quiros 6-1, 7-5.
SINGLES: #1 Cliff Giel (F) d.
Christophe Bonadona 4-6, 6-2, 6-
3; #2 Keith Kessler (F) d. Yuiti
Lopes 6-2, 6-0; #3 Diego Quiros
(F) d. Yasu Takami 6-0, 6-4; #4
Nico Jungkind (W) d. John
Stephenson 6-1, 7-5; #5 Cody
Wright (W) d. Kurt Lawson 6-0, 6-
1; #6 Leigh Griffiths (W) d. Thario
Kara 6-1, 6-1.
DOUBLES: #1 Giel-Kessler (F)
d. Bonadona-Catter 8-5; #2
Lopes-Wright (W) d. Quiros-
Stephenson 8-3, #3 Jungkind-Grif-
fiths (W) d. Lawson-Kara 9-8.


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City manager
"I am calling about the city
manager position that has been
open since just after the hurri-
canes. Are the City of Frostproof's
own requirements making it
impossible to hire a new city
manager? They have offered a
salary of $56,000. However, they
require the person to live in the
city limits. There is no housing
available that a family with an
income of $56,000 a year could
afford in the city limits. So how
can anyone move here to take
that job? I have checked with
local realtors on this, and there
simply is not any housing avail-
able under $100,000, and there
are not even many of more
expensive homes currently on the
market. If they city wants to get a
new manager on board, they
need to either raise the pay,
change the housing requirement
or provide housing. The new low-
income development is not an
option because a family making
$56,000 a year-would not qualify."
Code enforcement
"Why is the city council con-
sidering adding a deputy manager
position when they have already
said they can't even afford a full
time code enforcement officer?
We have a code officer working
only 13 hours a week because the


city claims that is all they can
afford. Code enforcement is des-
perately needed to clean up the
city's rundown areas and enforce
the laws that are on the books.
One person working so few hours
cannot get the job done. The city
says there is no more money for
more hours. So how can there be
money for a deputy city manager
as well as a city manager? I think
the city needs to look at their pri-
orities and put any available funds
into code enforcement. Thank
you."
What would you think?
"Imagine getting a job, work-
ing all kinds of hours and putting
up with a lot of stuff. Then one
day in front of people you are told,
'Go home. You are terminated.'
Or you call work and are told you
no longer have a job. The pur-
pose? Inventory problems. Imag-
ine the hurt and embarrassment,
especially when no one would lis-
ten to you.,Well, O.K. If you are let
go and others are not, why? No
one seems to have the answer.
Apparently there seem to be
problems, passing the buck.
What would you think? Then you
see them advertising for help,
'apply within.' Would you think
twice or would you work for
someone and let this happen to
you?"


PCC yard sale April 23


Polk Community College
employees will hold a yard sale
on Saturday, April 23 from 8 a.m.
to noon under the portico leading
to the Fine Arts Theatre, Winter
Haven campus.
A variety of clothing, books
and other treasures will be on
sale.
The event, sponsored by PCC's
employees, will benefit the March
of Dimes' campaign to help fami-

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offered
Frostproof Art League presents
the Kaleidscope Quilt workshop
by Judy Jackson on Tuesday, May
3 from 1-3pm. This will be a Lec-
ture Class on choosing fabrics
and supplies. On May 10, 17, and
24 from 10 am to 3 pm (bring
own lunch) making your quilt.
The only requirement for mak-
ing this quilt is a prior knowledge
of basic sewing and /or basic
quilting and knowing how to use
your sewing machine. You do not
need a fancy machine. A basic
straight stitch is the only stitch you
will need to use for this quilt.
The Class fee is $50. for art
league members and $60. for
non-members. Class size will be
limited to 8 students. Your pay-
ment guarantees your place in
this class. For more information
contact the Frostproof Art League
and Gallery at 863-635-7271.


lies have healthier babies.
The Fine Arts portico is an
ideal location for a rain or shine
event. Items not sold will be
donated to the ovation Army.
For further itiarmation contact
Brenda Edwards at 297-1098 or
email her at
bedwards@polk.edu.


On Sunday, March 6, 2005
Kendalyn Nicole Spurlock of
Frostproof and an array of chil-
dren descended upon the Uni-
versal Holiday Inn in Orlando,
FL. Children of different ages
were there to compete in the Lit-
tle Miss Central Florida Beauty
Pageant. The pageant com-
menced at 2 p.m: with eager par-
ents waiting for their child's
opportunity to shine.
In the Beauty competition
contestants were scored on
there facial beauty, personality,
poise and over all appearance.
The judges also scored the con-
testants in other side categories
during their stage performance.
A blonde haired, hazel eyed,
olive skinned two-year-old
Kendalyn Nicole Spurlock repre-
senting her hometown of Frost-
proof stood among many other
children from Jacksonville, Day-
tona, Orlando, and the sur-
rounding areas. 'Pretty Princess
Butterfly Rose'(Kendalyn's nick-
name from her mother and
father) dazzled the audience and
judges with her graceful fun lov-
ing self, during her stage presen-
tation.
Kendalyn was later cheered
on as she was presented with
the pageants awards of Little
Miss Central Florida's 'Most
Beautiful Eyes' winner, 'Most
Beautiful' and 'Princess' of Little
Miss Central Florida's Beauty
Pageant.
Kendalyn is the daughter of
Bobby E. and Mary E. Spurlock
JR. of Frostproof.
.She was sponsored by her
parents, family, friends, and big
brother Austin Ryan Spurlock.
The Spurlocks' would like to
thank everyone for their uncon-
ditional love help, support and
,for the watchful souls of her
dearly beloved Grandfather-Ken-
neth 'PaPa' Frazier and Great-
Grandparents Frazier's and Spur-
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Good Home. (863)357-7539
Call after 7pm.


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Yard Sale


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FROSTPROOF, Fri. & Sat.
April 22nd & 23rd. 11 Fan St.
Clothes, Household items,
Some furniture, Odds & Ends.
A little of everything.



Sales $5,500 Weekly
Goal Potential!
If someone did it, so can you!
2-3 confirmed appointments
daily! Benefits Available...
Call Catherine McFarland
(888)563-3188.


TRANSOLUTIONS, INC.
Medical Transcriptionists:
FT and PT positions available.
Excellent benefits and
Compensation. Software,
dictation equipment provided.
Phone costs paid.
2 years acute care hospital
transcription experience
required. Apply online
www.transolutions.net. Or
fax (847)234-3471, EOE.

Driver- COVENANT
TRANSPORT. Excellent Pay &
Benefits for Experienced
Drivers, 0/0, Solos, Teams &
Graduate Students. Bonuses
Paid Weekly.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
(888) MORE PAY
(888-667-3729).

A COOL TRAVEL Job.
now hiring (18-24 positions).
Guys/Gals to work and
travel entire USA. Paid
training, transportation,
lodging furnished.
Call today, Start.today.
(877)646-5050.

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APPLICATIONS PT/FT
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S/E &3-State Run: T/T
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Mileage Pay, Benefits,
401 K. Trainees Welcome/
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Truck Lines (800)545-1351.


DIVORCES $275+$350 *
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CENTRAL AIR & HEAT UNIT-
$350 or best offer.
(863)467-4982 or
(863)763-2632.


CHEST FREEZER, 5 cubic
foot, like new, $75.
(260)519-1249.
CHEST FREEZER Good condi-
tion. $50. (863)763-7358
MICROWAVE Samsung, with
microwave cart, excellent
condition, $50.
(863)763-3451.
REFRIGERATOR, GE, Side by
side, good condition, clean,
4150. (561)629-3781
REFRIGERATOR, Kenmore,
side by side, white, 22 cu.
ft., works good. $100.
(863)674-0898
REFRIGERATOR W/ICE MAK-
ER- good condition, $75.
(863)357-3105
UPRIGHT FREEZER White,
14.1 cu. ft. $50. Can deliver
within LaBelle. Call Robert
(863)675-2199.
WASHER & DRYER, Both
work. $200 for both, will
sep. (561)629-3781
WASHER, DRYER & 2
STOVES, All for $200 will
sep. (863)675-0810


TANNING BED, Sunquest Pro
16S. Good condition. $650.
(863)467-1788


BOOKS, Assortment from Ro-
mance to Encyclopedia.
10-20 boxes. $100.




Genuine Steel Master R
Buildings, factory direct at
HUGE Savings! 20x24, 30x60,
35x50. Perfect Gar-
age/Workshop/Barn. Call
(800)341-7007.
www.SteelMasterUSA.com.
STEEL BUILDINGS.
Factory Deals Save $$$. 40
x 60'to 100 x 200'.
Example: 50x100x12=
$3.60/sq ft. (800)658-2885
www.rigidbuilding.com.
ALUMINUM AWNINGS 3,
40"w x 60"1, 45"W x 42"H,
75"W x 49"H. Will Sep.
(863)467-6102
FIBERGLASS STEPS- 5 steps
and landing 2 railings, like
new, $200 neg.
(863)467-0877.



COMPUTER, ancient Tandy,
works, printer, no hard drive.
$35. (863)675-0550
COMPUTER- Compaq Desk
Pro, w/monitor, keyboard,
mouse, over 30 games.
$100. (863)843-0158



METAL ROOFING SAVE $$$
Buy Direct From Manufactur-
er. 20 colors in stock
with all Accessories. Quick
turn around! Delivery
Available Toll Free
(888)393-0335.
METAL ROOFING- Used,
4500 sq ft. $1,250.
(863)467-5377.
VERTICAL BLINDS, 1 yr. old,
2 way pull, 116"x68" &
168x68". $50 will sep.
(863)763-9371
WINDOWS, tinted, 2 30x55, 1
48x55, Mirrored sliding
doors, 3 sets 48x72". $150
for all (863)763-9371



Handmade Crib, perfect for
little girls room, excellent
condition, wooden. $100.
(863)697-3945


BOOTS, Ladies, Brand new,
Tony Lama, Black cherry
w/lizard. 7 1/2, $100. or
best offer. (863)357-8225


COMPUTER E-MACHINE-
366c Tower complete all
books & disks, 17" monitor,
$200.(772)461-8822
PAINTING Of Loxahatchee
River by I. Fletcher of Jupiter
'50's. $200. (772)461-8822



COMPUTER MONITOR- Dell,
17", E773. New, never used.
Still in box. $100.
(863)763-1527..
COMPUTER SET COMPLETE
E-Machine $175.
(863)467-8797


BEDROOM SET, 3 pcs., (No
Bed) $350. (239)728-5172
COFFEE TABLE, 2-End tables
& Sofa table, chrome &
brass w/glass tops.
$300./all. (863)674-0467.
DINETTE TABLE, 4 chairs
New, Never used. $199.
(561)516-0666.
DINING RM SET, seats 10. w/
6 ch's., lighted hutch. Sacri-
fice for $1000. in Okee.
(863)467-2132


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DINING ROOM TABLE Solid
carved wood. 2 leafs 4
chairs, Good cond. $150.
(863)357-2233/634-9620
DRAWERS- Goes under
Capts. Bed. $50 or best of-
fer.(863)467-0987.
MATTRESS SET Queen, 1 Pil-
low Top. New, Never used.
$199. (561)516-0666.
RECLINER, LANE, w/rocker &
swivel, cream with light
green stripes. $200.
(863)467-8681.
SOFA & LS- Broyhill, extra pil-
lows, tan w/flowers, like
new, (863)635-4690 Frost-
proof.
WATERBED, King size. $100.
(863)467-4049
CLUB CAR, Good cond. good
battery & charger. $999
Neg. (863)697-1350 or
(863)763-2063.
CHEVY S10 TRUCK BED- for
'94-'00, asking $300 or best
offer. (863)675-8155
ENGINE, KAWASAKI, brand
new, 10 hp, fits John Deere
or Kawasaki Mule. $900.
(863)692-2229.
FORD '66, 352 Big Block.
Runs good, does not
knock/smoke. $700. Neg or
trade. (863)441-4534
FORD F150,'86, 4x4 parts, ti-
tle, 3" body lift parts or
whole. $700.
(863)441-4534


OLDSMOBILE TORNADO '86,
Reverse, No forward. $200
or best offer.
863-467-0987 .
TIRES, 4, Micheljen, P225-60
R16. Tubeless. $25 for all 4.
(863)357-0371 .
TRAILER AXLES, 5 w/tires &
brakes. $500.
(863)467-1788



EASY GO GOLF CART re-
stored, $2200.
(863)692-2229.
GOLF CLUBS- Northwestern,
left handed, Premium set,
$300. (863)467-5756.
WORK CART- 4 seater, truck
bed, 36V, with charger,
good condition, $1100.
(863)697-2033.


STEPPER BIKE, & Multi Task
Upright weight bench, Must
see. $200. neg.
(863)467-2292.

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WATER HEATER Runs Great.
$50.(863)467-2132/397-83
08.


RED DEPRESSION GLASS
Set, Pitcher, 6 glasses Per-
fect condition. A rare find.
$150. (863)763-8149

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PATIO SET- 6 chairs, 2 tables
& cushions, $200.
(863)674-1105.


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CUSHIONS, 1 set of booth
seat/back, like new, $10.
,(260)519-1249.
The classifleds are the
most successful sales-
person in town.


EARN DEGREE
online from home.
*Business, *Paralegal,
*Computers.
Job Placement Assistance.
Computer & Financial aid
if qualify. (866)858-2121
www.tidewatertechonine.com.

FLIP TOP PHONES (2) Nextel,
1-Dale Earnhart series
#1710 $115 will sep.
(863)674-9986
FREE 4-ROOM
DIRECT SYSTEM
includes standard installation.
3 MONTHS FREE
50+ Premium Channels.
Access to over 225 channels!
Limited time offer. S&H.
Restrictions Apply.
(866)500-4056.

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PAINTINGS-beautiful, known
artists, large to small, sever-
al, $200 will sell separate.
(863)467-7659


PIANO, Conn, Great Cond.
Asking $600.
(863)357-0471
PIANO Excellent condition.
$1000.(863)467-0331
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BEAGLE MIX PUPPIES 1
male, 1 female, 10 wks.,
wormed, $50/neg.
(863)763-3753.
IGLOO DOGHOUSE- Dogloo,
for large dog. $ 50.
(863)467-5756.
LAB PUPPIES, Pure Bred,
Shots & wormed. No pa-
pers. $325. Each.
(863)674-0156.
MALAMUTE WOLF/SHEP-
HERD- puppies asking $20.
(863)612-0647.
Rabbit Cage, large. $30.
(863)763-3451
RABBIT OR BIRD CAGES-
several sizes, $60 will sell
separate. (863)635-4690.
Frostproof.
ROTTWEILER PUP-parents
import from Europe. $650.
(863)763-3910.


SPA. Must Sell.
7 Person Deluxe. Never Used.
Includes Cover. Will Deliver.
Full Warranty. Can Finance
W.A.C. Payments Under
$100 per Month. In a Hurry.
Call (800)980-7727.




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SINGER SEW MAC- portable
w/ metal cover, 2 needles
w/slanting thread, all attach,
$75.neg. (863)467-7659



BILLIARD TABLE- 5x9, good
condition, you must haul,
$500 or best offer.,
(863)763-9796.


RADIO 8 track, cassette &
record player from Lenox.
$15. (863)635-7552.
SPEAKERS- (2) JL Audio 12"
subs, wbox & 700 w/amp.
Like brand new, $700.
(863)697-2423



CB/HAM 1000 watt apm.
New. $385. (863)414-0787.
MAGNAVOX TV with remote.
$80. (863)467-8797


TABLE SAW- 10", Craftsman,
good condition, $85.
(863)763-7584.


XBOX GAME CONSOLE inc.
1 controller, power cord, av
cable no games incl., $120
firm. (863)673-5206



EUREKA ENVIRO Multi steam-
er/cleaner. New, Sacrifice.
Kills germs Easy to use
$135 (863)763-8149

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WANTED:FLART
A.E. Backus, H. Newton,
Highwaymen Art.
(772)562-5567

Agriculture



Christmas Trees 745
Farm Equipment 805
Farm Feed/Products 810
Farm Miscellaneoue 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/
Flowers 865


HORSE- 2 yrs old, unbroken,
$300. (863)675-3008.
MINIATURE STUD HORSE-
31" tall, child broke, incld,
saddle & tack, 2yrs old,
$1200. (863)227-0367.



FINISH MOWER, 6 ft., like
new, used one season,
$1 1 0 0
(863)675-1914/673-1846
PATIO TABLE, Round, Wright
iron, 4 chairs. $45.
(863)763-7358


Rentals



Apartments 905
Business Places 910
Commercial
Property 915
Condos/
Townhouses Rent920
Farm Property -
Rent 925
House Rent 930
Land Rent 935
Resort Property -
Rent 945
Roommate 950
Rooms to Rent 955
Storage Space -
Rent 960
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Business Places -
Sale 1005
Commercial
Property Sale 1010
Condos/
Towmhouses Sale1015
Farms Sale 1020
Houses Sale 1025
Hunting Property 1030
Investment
Property Sale 1035
Land Sale 1040
Lots Sale 1045
Open House 1050
Out of State -
Property Sale 1055
Property Inspectioni 060
Real Estate Wanted 1065
Resort Property -
Sale 1070
Warehouse Space 1075
Waterfront Property 1080

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AUCTION 7,542+/- Square
Foot Home and 36.4+/-
Acres Divided. Saturday,
April30-10 AM. Surry
County, NC. Iron Horse Auc-
tion Company Rockingham,
NC. (910)997-2248
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www.ironhorseauctlon.com.

FORECLOSED GOV'T HOMES
$0 or Low down! Tax repos
and bankruptcies! No
Credit O.K. $0 to low down.
For listings (800)501-1777
ext.1299.

GOLF VIEW BARGAIN
$198/ mo. Nicely wooded
homesites in upscale golf
community close to town. A
sanctioned Golf Digest
Teaching Facility, too!
Call toll-free (866)334-3253
x863. www.cherokeeval-
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10% down, bal fin12 mo@
4.49% fixed, one yr balloon,
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Guadalupe Riverfront!
Spectacular wide riverfronts
on "Prime" Texas Hill
Country location. 10-32 acres
w/lots of water frontage,
huge trees, panoramic
views. From $300's to
$400's. Limited number
available, call now
before they're gone.
(800)609-7042 x110.
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, sewer, more.
Excellent
financing. Call now
(800)704-3154,ext.608.
Sunset Bay, LLC.
Rialta Motor
Home, '99
43k mi., towing pkg.,
new tires, fully equipped,
road ready, $35,000
(863)674-0898


NC MOUNTAINS-
Panoramic views and
mountain streams in high
elevation between Boone and
Asheville. Tracts range 1-5
acres with access and
utilities from $49,900.
(800)455-1981, x.148.
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$24,900. Scenic region,
views, canyons, trees,
rolling hills, wildlife. Enjoy
hunting, hiking, horses,
great climate. Power, great
access. 100% Financing. Call
(877)822-LAND!
NORTH CAROLINA-
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ESTATES,
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Pre-construction prices.
Models open daily.
5 Miles to Cherokee-Harrah's
Casino, minutes from golf.
From $299,000.
(877)888-2224. www.
mountainviewestates.org.
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3+ AC of Deepwater Ocean
Access from $345/ mo!
Ready to build in gated com-
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Near St. Simon's and
Jacksonville. Call now!
(877)426-2326. ext 853
*Monthly payments of
$344.57
based on $79,900 w/10%
down. Interest- only pmnt.
w/5.75% fixed rate for 2
yrs. Converts to a 15- yr
variable loan. Rates subject,
to change w/out notice.
Void where prohibited.
VIEWS VIEWS VIEWS -
Helena Montana- 4.7 Acres
$79,990. Ride out your
backdoorto millions of acres
of national forest! Awesome
lake & mountain
views, close to Canyon Ferry
Lake, minutes to Helena.
Soils tested,
utilities, ready to build on. Call
owner (888)770-2240.
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Where there is:
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Stream, Homes, Cabins &
Acreage. CALL FOR FREE
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PROPERTY SALES.
(800)642-5333. Realty Of
Murphy 317 Peachtree St.
Murphy,
N.C.28906.
www.realtyofmurphy.com.


MOBILE WORKSHOP
14 x 52, zoned for workshop
in Glades Co. wired 220.
$1,500 neg. (352)754-8514.


Recreation



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


BOAT MOTOR '91 Mariner,
Long shfll wiin ciOntrols
S$'1f00. (863)63J-2761
Seadoo Jet Boat Sport LE,
2001, 130hp., low hours,
garage kept, boat cover &
trailer. $8,700.
(863)983-3189/228-1277
TRI-HULL, 16 Ft., 70 hp. Evin-
rude. Lots of extra's. $1300
or best offer.
(863)946-1728
V/HULL Aluminum, 12', with
fish finder 18hp Johnson
motor. With live well. Trail-
er. $985. Neg.
(863)414-0787.


COLEMAN POP-UP- 1996,
sleeps 6, A/C, porta potti, &
much more! $2300/neg.
(863)697-2411.
FLEETWOOD '99, 21', Hybrid,
A/C, Bunk beds, sleeps 7,
Good Cond Asking $8500
(863)467-2773
SHOP FLORIDA'S
MOTORHOME- TOWABLE
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Recreation World. 3
Locations: *US'1- Melboume-
(800)700-1021. *US 1-Or-
mond Beach-
(800)893-2552 *West Coloni-
al Drive, Winter Garden-
(800)654-8475.



KAWASAKI Ninja, 250 '94
$1500. (863)635-3439

YAMAHA YZ80, '86 runs
good, $1000 or best offer.
(863)634-7256.


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BOATS (2) 112' fiberglass
w/trr, 15 HP Evinrude, 1 15'
walkthru w/trlr, no motor,
$500 (863)674-1105.


HONDA 124M '85, 3 Wheeler
Runs $500. (863)357-1960
YAMAHA PW 80 '95, Runs
good, $500. (863)357-1960
Looking for a place to
hang your hat? Look
no further than the
classified.


Fleetwood Mallard, 1999, 25'
travel trailer, c/a, heat, refrig-
erator, microwave, range,
sleeps .6. $7,000.
(863)983-3189/228-1277


BUICK LESABRE 1987, good
condition, a/c, runs good.
$700. (772)618-0607
DODGE SHADOW '93, Con-
vertible. Good cond. Runs
good. New tires. $1400 neg.
(863)946-1728


MERC SABLE LX WAGON,
'94- engine needs work,
$700. (863)805-8786.
NISSAN MAXIMA 1995, Good
condition. $3500
(863)612-8404/239-7938
NISSAN 4X4, '91- 99K miles,
King Cab, runs great, $2500.
(863)675-3834.
THUNDER BIRD '95,V8, All
power. $1500.
(863)835-6230
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The classified ads


/\ TRANS AM 1985 needs work
does not run. $600. nego-
Stiable. (863)467-1985
NISSAN STANZA 1985.
Crushed Valor Bucket Seats, 1 I
4 cyl., auto. $1500. Antique & Classic Cars for
.(561)358-6307 sale. (863)763-6266 or
OLDSMOBILE 98 Regency 863-697-1319or
Elite 1996, Fully loaded. Ex- striebelautosales.conl
tra clean. Brakes need work. n
$1200 (863)675-7306
TOYOTA TERCEL '89, $200. DODGE RAM '91 w/cover,
or best offer. 106k miles, 318 engine,
(863)675-1038. $2200. (863)763-8343.


FORD BR C'87 4X4,
5.81t, body in good shape,
runs but needs work. $2500
(863)634-4338

BEDLINER- for Ford PU, 6' x
4'5", $75. (863)763-3451.
Earn some extra cash.
Sell your used items in
the classified
The classified are the
most successful sales-
person in town.


GOLF CART Excellent condi-
tion, electric with canopy
top. $1625. (863)365-4268
Golf Carts,
Gas or Electric
Buy and Sell
Call (863)824-0878

KIA SPORTAGE, '01 low
miles, 4x4, fully loaded, runs
great, $6300.
(863)902-0506 after 5pm.


Ilti'iffiNtM 11[
CAR DOLLY, used once, extra
wide, heavy duty. $850.
(863)674-0898


MOTORCYCLE TRAILER, Con-
teninial, Stone Shield &
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Dear Classified Guys,
Help! I met this really great
woman through the personals.
We went out on a date, had din-
ner and really hit it off. In fact,
we've been out three more
times in the last two weeks. But
here's the problem. I'forgot her
name. For the past three dates,
I've been able to avoid using it
in conversation. And so far I
don't think she's noticed. But I
really like this woman and
now we are too far along
for me to admit I don't,
know her name. What
should I do?


4,


Duane "Cash" Holze

& Todd "Carry" Holze


2/6/05
2005 The Classified Guys


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Cash: The first thing you
need to realize is that women
know everything. If she hasn't
caught on-to you yet, she soon
will, and then you're in BIGGER
trouble-
Carry: Before your next date,
consider picking up a greeting
card to say, "I'm Sorry", because
I think you're going to need it.
Cash: And then when you see
her, you can ask her who to
address it to.


[Reade Humo


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about "being a player", I thought
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him on the telephone as he
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again." I thought it was so
romantic. That is until I heard
him continue, "And I need to
send that to three different
girls."
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