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Thursday, September 8, 2005 Vol.91 No. 13 Frostproof's Hometown Newspaper for More Than 85 Years 50 cents


At a Glance


City Council
plans meetings
The Frostproof City Council
would like to remind everyone,
the next two regular City Coun-
cil Public Meetings will be held
Monday, Sept. 12 and Monday,
Sept. 26 at 6 PM. The first and
second Public Budget Hearings
are scheduled for Monday,
Sept. 12 and Monday, Sept. 26
at 5:30 PM. As of Oct.3 the
meetings will revert back to the
first and third Monday. For
more information call 635-
7855.
Church holds
Rally Day
The First Presbyterian
Church of Frostproof
announces Rally Day on Sun-
day, September 1 1th with Sun-
day School at 9:45 A.M. and
Morning Worship at 11:00 A.M.
For more information please
call the church office at 635-.
3955.
Church to hold
arts and craft sale
Holy Spirit Catholic Church
Council of Catholic Women
(CCW) will hold its annual
Christmas Art's and Craft sale
on Saturday, Dec.3, 2005, in the
Parish Center, 644 South Ninth
Street, Lake Wales, Fl. 33853.
Rental space with table is
$25.00 and $10.00 for each
additional table. Electricity can
be provided with advanced
notice. Spaces can be tailored
to fit a specialty. In addition,
there will also be a food court,
and baked goods sale. For
more information contact:
Patricia Eik, 863-221-9212 or
Barbara Haromny 863- 696-
1697.
Cargill hosts
golf tourney
Cargill Juice North America,
Inc. invites you to the First
Annual United Way Golf Tour-
nament Saturday, October 1, at
the Lake Wales Country Club.
located on State Road 60 East,
Lake Wales.
There will be a 8AM Shot-
gun start and a Hole-in-one
chance to win a 2005 Ford Mus-
tang 2-year lease from Lake-
land Automall.
All proceeds benefit the
United Way of Central Florida.
For more information please
contact Chad Hadden-863-635-
8077, Mike Loudermilk-863-
635-8147, Gerri Horton-863-
635-8061.
FHS Class of
1995 plans reunion
If you or someone you
know is a graduate of Frost-
proof High School-Class of
1995, please contact Cheryl L.
Fulford (863) 559-4832, so they
can be invited to the Class of
1995 Reunion the weekend of
Sept. 23-25.
Softball league
seeks new board
The Frostproof Youth/Soft-
ball League is currently seeking
new board member nomina-
tions for the 2005-2006 season.
The next board meeting will be
held at the Sports Complex in
Frostproof adjacent to Frost-
proof Middle/Senior High
School located at 1000 North.
Palm Ave. Frostproof,. on Sept.
14. The board meeting will
begin at 7:00 p.m. with new
board member nominations
being taken at 8 p.m. For more
info. contact Melissa Smith at
(863) 635-9368
See Page 2 for information about
how to contact the newspaper.

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Local SAT scores improve


Half of Polk County high
schools improved their overall
2004-2005 SAT scores from last
year. Among the Polk highlights:
Eight high schools
improved their overall scores
from last year (Auburndale,
Frostproof, George Jenkins,
Haines City, Harrison Arts, Lake
Gibson, McKeel and Mulberry).


Two schools overall scores
exceed national and state aver-
ages (Harrison Arts, International
Baccalaureate).
Three schools overall scores
exceed the state average
(Auburndale, Frostproof, George
Jenkins).
George Jenkins and Lake
Gibson high schools improved


their verbal, math and overall
scores with more students at
their respective schools taking
the test/
Nationwide, 1.48 million stu-
dents took the SAT. In Florida,
93,505 students took the test,
including 973 Polk County Stu-
dents. Twenty-four Frostproof
students were tested.


A love for horses:Local boy in national shows


Spurlock


takes


honors

The largest horse show in
Florida took place in Gainesville,
Fla. at the Florida Fall Classic and
Paint-O-Rams horse shows
where Austin Ryan Spurlock
exhibited E.T. (short for Eternity)
for two days.
The event took center stage
and took Florida by storm after
the first day of competition. On
the first day Austin. and E.T.
would compete in the Youth
Geldings Halter class against 17
other youth exhibitors and their
horses from all over the United
States and Mexico including but
not limited to Illinois, Louisiana,
Kansas, Kentucky, New Jersey,
California, and Georgia.
On the first day of competition
the four judges where from Geor-
gia, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and
Texas. Austin and E.T. would be
awarded two first places, beating
the World Champion Horse at
third place, and a fourth place.
The four judges for the next
competition were from Okla-
homa and California. Austin and
E.T. competed against 18 other
exhibitors and their horses.
Austin and E.T. received two
second places, beating the World
Champion Horse and two 3rd
places.
For earning so many points
during the two days that Austin
showed, he received the Youth
Superior Dixie Paint Horse Club
Award.
This was the first time Austin
showed E.T. but not the first time
that Austin has been center stage.
When Austin was younger he
competed in pageants where he
enjoyed being in the spotlight.
Austin graduated into the show-
manship part of pageantry with
horses. Austin has been riding
horses since he was 3 years old.
He started showing at age 5 rid-
ing in a lead line class at the Sun-
coast Horseman's Association at
the Jackson County Agriculture
Center in Marianna, Florida on a
Palomino Quarter horse named
Goldie. After his experience there
was no looking back. Austin was
hooked.
Austin's aunt acquired a new
mare named Zoe, who he then ,
started showing in Halter and
Western riding classes. The pair
dominated their competition.


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On the verbal test, in 2005 the
U.S. average is 508. Florida stu-
dents averaged scores of 498.
Polk County students averaged
scores of 487. Frostproof Schools
did better than the state average,
with an average'of 500. In 2004,
Frostproof students averaged 488
on the verbal part of the test.
On the Math test, the national
average was 520; the state aver-


age was 498. Polk County stu-
dents' average was 486. Frost-
proof students averaged 498. This
was an improvement over Frost-
proof students' 2004 average
score of 491.
The SAT is an optional test
and most students taking the test
are planning for post-secondary,
higher education.


County now




offers online




tax service


Frostproof News
The Polk County Tax Collec-
tor's Office out in front again
with online services!
In 2000, the Office of Joe G.
Tedder, Tax Collector, was the
first local government office in
the state to offer a full compli-
ment of online payment servic-
es. Now, the tax office reports
that Mr. Tedder and his staff are
the first to offer Florida specialty
tags or license plates online.
Specialty Tags, created by the
legislature in 1990, allow tag-
holders to support their favorite
college, sports team or good
cause with the purchase of atag
which promotes various non-
profit organizations and environ-
mental ellorts, etc.
In the past, when someone
wanted to purchase a specialty
tag, they had to make a visit to a
Branch Office of the Tax Collec-
tor and conduct the transaction
in person. Now, with the current
upgrade, when someone wants


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Submitted to Frostproof News/Mary Spurlock
Austin Spurlock riding E.T. at the Florida Classic Paint-O-
Rams horse show.


Austin and Zoe have received first
places in their halter classes and
first place in their Walk-Trot
Novice Western Pleasure riding
classes. There are times that 18
other exhibitors and horses com-
peted against each other in these
classes. They have also received
first and second places in the
Walk-Trot Youth 12 and under
classes with eight other
exhibitors showing. The pair
have also placed fourth in a
Men's Walk-trot with a total of 16
exhibitors in the class. The team
brought home a first in the Youth


Western Pleasure 12 and under
class which had eight others in
the class. This two are an incredi-
ble team.
The story for Zoe is only half
told. When Zoe was acquired by
Martie Stern, Zoe was recovering
from an almost fatal accident.
When Zoe was four years old,
her former owners had given
permission to have a tail block
done on her. This procedure
numbs a certain area in the tail so
See Horses Page 2


a Manatee Tag, Panther Tag or
one of over a hundred specialty
tag choices, they can purchase it
online through the www.Polk-
Taxes.com website.
Additionally, the Tax Collec-
tor's Office announces lower
fees for regular internet and tele-
phone renewals beginning Sep-
tember 1st. The 2.95% conven-
ience fees are being dropped in
a concerted effort to drive more
transactions through the Tax
Collector's website and auto-
mated telephone system. Inter-
net and telephone transactions
are one of the most efficient
ways for the Tax Collector's
"Office to process registration
renewals.
This fee reduction only
applies to regular registration
renewals conducted online or
by way of automated telephone
and does not include specialty
tag selections or other types of
Tax Collector's Office transac-
tions.


Helpful tips to



save at pumps


Unless you remember the
Arab oil embargo in the 1970s,
the rocket-rapid rise in gas
prices has probably caused a
gasp or two as you shell out
your sheckels at the pump.
What can you do?
The United States Depart-
ment of Energy has some tips
for you. Any little bit helps but
taken together, here are some
significant savings..
In case you've forgotten,
here is the brush-up course in
getting more bang for the
buck(s) you have to spend
when you gas your vehicle.
Drive sensibly: Aggressive
driving (speeding, rapid accel-


eration and braking) wastes
gas. It can lower gas mileage by
33 percent at highway speeds
and by 5 percent around town.
Observe the speed limit]:
Gas mileage decreases rapidly
at speeds above 60 mph.
Each 5 mph you drive over
60 mph is like paying an addi-
tional $0.15 per gallon for gas.
Remove excess weight]:
Avoid keeping unnecessary
items is your vehicle, especially
heavy ones. An extra 100
pounds in your vehicle could
reduce your MPG by up to 2
percent. The reduction is based
See Gasoline Page 2


Consumers warned about


hurricane fund scams


TALLAHASSEE Florida
Agriculture and Consumer Ser-
vices Commissioner Charles
Bronson is urging people to
check out charities before
donating money to victims of
Hurricane Katrina. There is a
potential for scam artists pos-
ing as relief agencies for the
storm victims in Florida and
elsewhere.
In Florida, most charities
are required to register with
the Department and to provide
financial information, such as
how much is raised, how
much is spent on administra-
tive costs, fundraising and on
the program services. Charities
that solicit in Florida are
included in this requirement
even if they are located out of


state.
The Department has
received complaints in the past.
about organizations seeking
help for disaster victims and
pocketing the money. It is diffi-
cult to investigate these crimes
because the scam artists often
disappear from an area by the
time consumers realize they
have been conned. Out of state
charities are especially difficult
to follow up on so it's impor-
tant that people take the time
to check the background of a
charity prior to making a dona-
tion.
"I certainly support the idea
of people helping those who
have been victimized by this
terrible hurricane but I also
want to ensure that their gen-


erosity goes to the purpose for
which it is intended," Bronson
said. "By taking the time to do
a little research, people can
make sure that they don't
become victims of scam
artists."
Consumers can call the
Division of Consumer Service's
hotline at 1-800-HELP FLA (1-
800-435-7352) and check to
see if a charity is properly regis-
tered or exempt from registra-
tion; to find out how an organi-
zation spends its donations;
and to check on the complaint
history of a charity.
Charities that are located
out of state and do not solicit in
Florida do not have to be regis-
See Scam Page2


Frostproof News photo/ Rick Benson
Rotary inducts new member
Judy Brown welcomed new Frostproof Rotary member,
Cindy Monk, at the Sept. 9 weekly luncheon. Cindy is the
Office coordinator/Manager of the Frostproof News. She
is sponsored by Rotary President Bea Reifeis. To learn
more about membership in the Frostproof Rotary Club,
please call (863) 635-2523.


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Submitted to Frostproof News/Citizens Bank & Trust
Bank donates to All Star team
Citizens Bank and Trust donated $750 to the Lake Wales Little League for the 2005 Junior
Softball All Star team's recent trip to the World Series in Washington. Presenting the check
to Lake Wales Little League president Danny Gill (center) are Greg Littleton (left), president
of Citizens Bank and Trust, and Brian Marbutt'(right), VP Citizens Bank and Trust.


Art League plans events


September is the beginning of
a New Fall Season for the Frost-
proof Art Gallery members. The
September Members meeting will
be held Tuesday, Sept. 13 at 6:30
p.m. Please plan to attend and.
find out about our upcoming Hol-
iday Bazaar, fall contests, retreat,
and new classes. The guest
speaker will be Linda Johnson of
Lake Wales who will be "Unravel-
ing the Mystery of Abstract Art."
Pat Bowen begins fall classes


Gasoline

Continued From Page 1
on the percentage of extra weight
relative to the vehicle's weight
and affects smaller vehicles more
than larger ones.
Avoid excess idling: Idling gets
0 miles per gallon. Cars with larg-
er engines typically waste more
gas at idle than do care with
smaller engines.
se cruise control: using cruise


Scam

Continued From Page 1
tered. Bronson says people who
get a phone number of an out of
state charity from a satellite
news broadcast or the Internet
may not be able to do a back-
ground check on the organiza-
tion. He encourages consumers
who want to help storm victims
outside of Florida to donate to
charities that are well known
and have established reputa-
tions.


for Adults and children on Sept.
12. Children will meet after
school at 4 PM for drawing (free
class). Adults classes will meet at
6 PM and included personalize
instruction in oils and acrylics.
These classes meet every Monday
through out the year.
Ann Moore Drawing and
Sketching with Confidence Work-
shop has been changed to
Wednesday, Sept. 21, 10 a.m.
until p.m.


control on the high way helps you
maintain constant speed and, in
most case, will save gas.
Use overdrive gears: when you
use overdrive gearing, your car's
engine speed goes down. This
saves gas and reduces engine
wear.
Keep your car in shape Keep
your engine tuned. This can save
anywhere from 4-40 percent of
fuel costs. Check and replace air
filers regularly, Keep tires properly
inflated. Under-inflated tires can


Bronson also provides the fol-
lowing tips to consider when
deciding whether to donate to
an organization: -'
Don't judge an organization
based .onhan impressive sound-
ing name. Find out what it actu-
ally does.
Be wary of emotional
appeals and organizations that
have only vague plans for spend-.
ing the funds they collect.
Never give cash. Write a
check payable only to an organi-
zation-not an individual.
Be wary of organizations
that pffer to send a 'runner' to


Vicki Alley's One Stroke Paint-
ing continues to be a favorite. It
will be offered on Tuesday
evenings at 6 p.m.
For more information, fee and
class supplies, come by the-
Gallery or give us a call.
The gallery is located at 12 East
Wall St. next.to Citizens Bank in
downtown Frostproof. Hours of
operation are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Tuesday through Friday. The tele-'
phone number is 635-7271.


lower gas mileage by 0.4 percent
for every 1 psi drop in pressure of
all four tires, and use the grade of
motor oil recommended by your
vehicles manufacturer.
If you want to know what you
save in dollars, multiply the per-
cent as a decimal (33 percent
would be written 0.33) times the
price per gallon. (0.33 x $3.09 =
$1.03)
Information for this article
came from
www.fueleconomy.gov.


pick up your donation. Rep-
utable charities are willing to
wait for your contribution.
Consumers have the right
to ask for an organization's
financial report and its federal
tax identification number-the lat-
ter of which you'll need to claim
your contribution as a tax deduc-
tion.
If an organization is not reg-
istered, contact the Department.
Consumers who have addi-
tional questions or want to
report a potential scam should
also call the Department's hot-
line at 1-800-HELP FLA.


Grants help with marina repairs


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) encourages marina own-
ers whose properties were dam-
aged during last year's hurricane
season to apply for aid.
The Governor and Florida Leg-
islature approved grant funding to
help rebuild marinas that provide
public access to Florida water-
ways. The FWC will manage the
program based on criteria jointly
developed with the marina indus-
try and the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection.
The FWC will accept grant
applications by mail Sept. 1 -
Oct. 31. Grants will provide fund-
ing for repairing or rebuilding
structures and facilities, debris.
removal, equipment repair or
replacement or to reimburse


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insurance deductibles.
To be eligible to participate,
applicants must meet the follow-
ing criteria:
The marina may be publicly
or privately owned, but 90 per-
cent of the in-water slips and
upland dry-stack slips must be
available to the general public on
a first-come, first-served basis
with no qualifying requirements,
such as club memberships, stock
ownership or equity interest.
The marina must be in a
county declared an emergency
area in 2004,
Damages to the marina must
have occurred during hurricanes
Charley, Frances, Ivan or Jeanne,
and
The marina must agree to
continue providing access to the


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Department of Transportation
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mally placed on. commercial
vehicles to assist in hurricane
recovery.
The governor's executive
order continues the measures
that were put into effect following
Hurricane Dennis. It allows the
weight restriction to be lifted for
trucks including those carrying
livestock, fresh and processed


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Horses

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the horse will no longer be able to
swish its tail. During the procedure
Zoe was accidentally given the
drug in a main nerve. The result
from the mistake was horrible. Zoe
became paralyzed.
Zoe was taken to the University
of Florida for evaluation and treat-
ment for several weeks and as the
bills mounted the owners decided
that they could no longer pay for
her care and announced to the
doctors that they would have to put
Zoe to sleep.
The doctor pleaded with them
to give her 24 more hours to see if
she showed any signs of improve-,
ment so Zoe's owners waited.
Miraculously in those 24 hours Zoe
gained feeling back in her hind legs
and was able to stand again. The
doctors said that Zoe would never
be the same and that she would
never be able to show.
Since her release from the hos-
pital Zoe was given to her new
owners and has been in recovery
for four years. Zoe has been show-
ing for three years now. Two and
half of those years Zoe and Austin
have been showing together. She
has beating all of the odds. The
owners who love and care for her
and a little boy's bond has given
her so much joy and the inspiration
to keep on moving.
Austin's love for horses ,and
showing has brought yet another
member of the family back to her
old roots. Austin's mother Mary
Spurlock once showed in the
American Palomino Association
where she was awarded the Most
Improved Youth Award. Mary
stopped showing when she left for
College.
"I enjoying making these new
memories with the family they are
just like the memories that my dad
made with my sister and I. These
lost moments in time remind me of
the days we used to have together
and they make me feel close to him
again," she said.
Mother and son now show in
the American Paint Horse and
Pinto Associations. Their horse's
name is Sasha. Her registered
name is "I B A Dominate Lady."
She is 16. 4 hand double registered
Paint/Pinto. Austin has received
two registers of Merit from the
Paint Association one with E.T. and


one with Sasha.
Austin and Sasha currently have
11 wins under their belts in the
Youth Halter Mare Division and
ninth overall in the nation. Mary
has also received her Register of
Merit with Sasha in the Amateur
Halter Mares Division and Open
Halter Mare Division. Mary and
Sasha are Top 20 in the Nation.
Austin and Mary are up for the
Rookie of the Year Award in their
Divisions.
Mother and son have approxi-
mately 20 more shows this year.
The number of judges can be up to
four at each show. With each judge
there is a possibility of more points.
Packing on more points before the


end of the year is a great possibility
for this two. The added points
would enable them to slide on up
in the standings to make the Honor
Roll list.
"Austin has been the youngest
exhibitor in all of his classes. He
becomes a different person," said
his mother. "When he walks in
with his horse he commands the
arena. Austin has a special pres-
ence about him that makes him
shine brighter then all the others
around him. Austin is noticed right
away. Maybe it's Papa Frazier guid-
ing him. I'm not sure. I do know
one thing that boy has a love for
horses".


being offered two times during the
month of September. Each park
can send up to four representa-
tives. They must be year round res-
idents of the community and phys-
ically able to survey and report
damages after a storm as soon as
safely possible.
There is no cost for the work-
shop. Please call (863) 294-5941


fruit and vegetable products and
timber. The weight limit on the
largest trucks has been increased
from 80,000 to 95,000 pounds.
Limits have also been increased
to varying degrees on smaller
trucks.
"Wind damage and extensive
flooding has impacted many agri-
culture producing areas and it is
critical that growers and ranchers
are able to salvage and transport
as much of their commodities as
possible to reduce their losses,"
Mr. Bronson said. "I commend
Governor Bush and the Depart-


for registration information.
American Red Cross disaster
assistance is free, made possible
by voluntary donations of time and
money from the American people.
To support this and other disasters,
contact your Polk County Chapter
at (863) 294-5941 or online at
http://polkcountyfl.redcross.org.


ment of Transportation for recog-
nizing this need and taking
action."
Vehicles carrying the extra
weight allowed by the executive
order are required to carry a copy
of the letter from DOT which
authorizes the weight increases,
as well as copies of Florida maps
that designate the routes that can
be used to transport the oversized
loads. The weight limit increases
are in place for sixty days from
August 24 when the executive
order was originally signed.


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220 volt, with heat, $150-.
(863)675-5929


ANTIQUE PIANO- Turn of the
Century, have appraisal,
beautiful, moving must sell,
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Ends/accessories optional.
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TO 60%, Retail Shops, Ware-
houses, Strip Malls, Mini-
Storage Facilities, Garages;
Dealer Cost. Erection
Available. Local References.
(800)720-6857,


ALUMINUM PAN ROOFING
Used, (12) 20ft panels. $60
for all or will sep.
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BROWN RIDGE GAP-New,
Steel, 26 gauge, 50ft. $120.
(863)357-5754
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lection & $500 or best offer
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great, $150. (863)467-6805
COMPUTER- Pentium 3, win-
dows XP, MS Office, key-
board, mouse, monitor,
$175. (863)843-0158
GATEWAY COMPUTER with
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863-674-0304.
PRINTER Cannon, brand
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BED FRAME Wooden, twin
size, headboard/footboard,
good condition $20
(863)824-8749
BED IN BAG Twin size, Ha-
waiian Theme, 5pcs $15
(863)634-5038
BOOK SHELF 6ft tall, oak
$10 (863)824-0276

4
BR SUITE-5pc, tall oval
hdbd/ftbd, 5 drawer chest,
dresser w/swinging mirror,
carved legs, very sturdy, $500
(863)467-7659.


COMFORTER SETS twn (2)
camouflage, w/ blanket,
sheets, pil. cases, curtains &
shelves $100 863-447-0965
Dining Table, 42" round,
glass, 4 cushioned chrs. on
casters, $100.
(863)674-0898
KING SIZED BED- Head-
board, Mattress, complete,
Very nice $100
(863)986-4743
RATTAN GLASS TOP TBL & 2
chairs $50 (863)467-2532
TABLE w/ 6'Chairs & 1 leaf.
Very good condition. $100.
(863)357-4188
WATERBEDS- King'(full set)
& Queen $500 Will separ-
ate(863)673-2754


CLUB CAR, '97- Exc. cond.,
good batt/charger, $1599.
(863)697-1350/763-2063.
EASY GO Good cond. good
battery & charger. $799.
Neg. (863)697-1350 or
(863)763-2063.


AR-15 BUSHMASTER .223
cal. carbine, custom trigger,
accessory rail, A2 style.'$800,
(863)634-9494
REMINGTON 1100- Automatic
shot gun w/ 26" Remchoke
barrel & synthetic stock.
$250. (863)902-0381



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gal. $500. (863)763-4600
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your car and in your home.
U.S.A.- made Warranted
(800)780-2616 www.oxli-
feinc.com.
SCOOTER- Golden Alante
motorized chair. New w/ war-
ranty papers, pd $6K asking
$1300 neg (863)357-2233


EARN DEGREE online from
home. *Medical, *Business,
*Paralegal, *Computers. Job
Placement Assistance. Com-
puter & Financial aid if quali-
fy. (866)858-2121
www.onlinetidewater-
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FLORIDA ROOM 9x22', $400
or best offer. (865)924-9228
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BASS GUITAR- New Tradition
5 string, Pearl white, Brand
new $250. 954-275-8111 or
(863)357-1576


AFFEN PINCHER, female,
great for senior home, $200.
(863)983-6537
AMERICAN PITBULL PUPPIES
6 males, 6 females.
Call 863-634-3508 or
863-634-5620
Australian Blue & Red Heeler
Pups, 10 weeks, working
parents on premises, $300.
(863)227-0071/227-1111
BEAGLE- Tri-colored, Female,
8 mo old, CKC reg. Loves
Kids $200. Call
863-763-2749 or 801-4193
BLACK SILKIE CHICKS, $5
each. (863)675-6214
BOA SNAKE- Red Tail & rats,
$150. Please call
863-763-8380 after 5pm
Ask for Susan
FISH TANK 75 gallon w/light
& accessories $100
(863)675-7878
PARROT- Congo African Gray
Baby. Hand tamed, 3 mo.
old. $950. neg.
(305)244-3871
RED NOSED PITBULL 5 mo
old, all shots up to date
$400 (863)447-0965
SHIH TZU PUPPY AKC reg.
Champion bloodline, Great
w/kids. Sacrifice for $300 or
best offer (863)467-8896


TANKS 55 gal. on aluminum
stand, 10 gal. on wrought
iron stand & 20 gal. $125 for
all will sep. (863)675-0247


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ABOVE GROUND POOL 24ft
diameter, all accessories,
must take down & haul.
$550 (863)675-3236
Demo Homesites Wanted in
your area for the NEW Kayak
Pool. Take Advantage of this
Unique Opportunity. Save $
Financing Available. For De-
tails Call (866)348-7560.


AQUATIC ITEMS 3 life vests,
3 comp. snorkeling sets, &
40" Maui surf board. '$90 for
or will sep. (863)675-4792


CAR CD PLAYER- Pioneer,
DEH-P47DH, fits GM-Chrys-
lers, retails $290, sell $200
(863)357-0448.
STEREO with CD/double deck
player, AM/FM, $40/neg.
Call 863-674-0304.


GENERATOR 5500 watts, 110
& 220 volts, electric start,
built in battery charger, Exc
cond $995. (863)467-4328


CHEROKEE JEEP- Brand new
battery, Good condition
$100. (863)673-2754


VCR MOVIES- 150, $200. or
best offer (863)610-1082



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WANTED: Disney Pins, Zippo
Cigarette Lighters & Military
pins, patches & memorabilia.
(863)255-3576/669-1400
WANTED: Horse Round Pen
or Panels. (954)214-8877 or
(863)824-8787

Agriculture


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/
Flowers 865


MARE 14yrs old,, broke. Nice
horse. $800 (863)697-6713
MUSTANG- Mare, 5 yr old,
halter broke $700.
(863)655-3436



RAIL ROAD TIES FOR SALE:
Approx. 200. $1400 for all,
will sep. Will Deliver
(863)357-6202/ 261-4999
RIDING LAWN MOWER'98
Snapper, Runs good, like new
condition $600 or best offer
(863)517-1177
RIDING LAWN MOWER- John
Deere Hydra, Sears gas edg-
er & Scotts lawn mower.
$700 will sep 863-357-6456


BULL & HEIFER CALF-
healthy and de wormed
$350 (305)807-2500.


Rentals

F~T~DRENT


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


FROSTPROOF- For Seasonal
Rental, 4br, 2 1/2 ba, Lake
clinch, $1200. mo. + 1st,
last Sec dep (863)773-0248

RoommaBte 095


Roommate Wanted, 1/2
utilities, 1/2 rent, Call
(863)467-8783/328-0112


RealEstate



Business Places -
Sale 1005
Commercial
Property Sale 1010
Condos
Townhouses Sale 1015
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 Inspection1060
Real Estate Wanted 106.5
Resort Property
Sale 1070
Warehouse Space 1075
Waterfront Property 1080


BANK FORECLOSURES!
Homes from $10,000! 1-3
bedroom available! HUD, Re-
pos, REO, etc. These homes
must sell! For Listings Call
(800)571-0225 Ext H373.


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HUNT ELK, Red Stag, White-
tail, Buffalo season opens
5/31/06. Guaranteed hunting
license, $5.00. We have a
no-game, no-pay policy. Call
days (314)209-9800 even-
ings (314)293-0610.
Reading a newspaper
helps you understand
the word around you.
No wonder newspaper
readers are more suc-
cessful people!


We Buy &.Sell Vacant Lots
Www.vacantlotsusa.com
800-339-0413/866-958-cash


BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAROLI-
NA. ESCAPE THE HEAT IN
THE COOL BEAUTIFUL
PEACEFUL MOUNTAINS OF
WESTERN NC. Homes, Cab-
ins, Acreage & Investments.
Cherokee Mountain Realty
GMAC Real Estate, Murphy
www.cherokeemountainreal-
ty.com Call for Free Bro-
chure (800)841-5868.
FLORIDA LAND BARGAINS!
10 to 40 Acres, Starting at
$79,900. GRAND OPENING
9/24-25! Beautiful ranch
properties convenient to Gulf
of Mexico! Easy access,
utilities & excellent financing.
(800)455-1981,ext.510.


Out o
NoeryISl 1055


GEORGIA Beauty! New home
in Ballground, Governor's
Preserve, 4,416 Sq. Ft. Brick
& Frame, 2 car garage, 4 BR,
3-1/2 baths, custom cabi-
nets, granite countertops, is-
land w/ custom design bar,
view from family room. 9'
ceiling in Living Room, hard-
wood floor, stacked stone
fireplace to ceiling, large
deck, full basement, swim-
ming & tennis. Must see!
$449,000. By Owner.
(706)253-4121 or
(770)894-1988. See it at:
www.usnewspa-
pers.com/ballground.
Hot Springs Village 1488
BUILDERS LOTS *ln Fast
Growing Areas* FLORIDA &
ARKANSAS From $11K Buy
One or Buy Them All!
*(954)319-7954* or
(954)661-6509*
Lake Nantahala NC region.
Closest route to Smokies.
Lakefront, lakeview, moun-
tainview, lots, cabins,
acreage. Republic Realty of
Nantahala-Andrews
www.jenns-realty.com
www.MyNantahala.com Toll
Free (866)249-3178.
LAKEFRONT COMMUNITY -
New Release- Home Sites
from $39,900 and Water-
front sites from $99,900.
Great amenities! Call Clear
Water Marketing,
(252)633-2059, Ext.417.
www.cwmktg.com.
NC MOUNTAIN HOMESITES -
Spectacular new riverfront
community, near Asheville.
1 + acre homesites from the
$40s. Onsite community
amenities & nearby National
forest. Call Today:
(866)411-5263.
NC MOUNTAIN CABIN on
mountain top, view, trees,
waterfall & large public lake
nearby, 2 bedroom, 1 bath.
$175,000 owner
( 8 6 6 789- 8535
www.NC77.com.
WATERFRONT! HOME SITES
from $99,900. Eastern North
Carolina. Call Clear Water
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Ext.315. www.cwmktg.com.
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Extraordinary Home Sites in
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Wooded Lots, Panoramic
Mountain Views, From $60k.
Current phase: Pre-Gon-
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Mountains Cool Air, Views,
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Acreage FREE BROCHURE
OF MOUNTAIN PROPERTY
(800)642-5333. Realty Of
Murphy 317 Peachtree St.
Murphy, N.C. 28906.
www.realtyofmurphy.com.


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Recreation


Boats 3005
CampaersRVs 3010
Jet Skis 3015
Marine Accessories 3020
Marine Miscellaneous 3025
Motorcycles 3030
Sport Vehics/ATVs 3035


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ARROW GLASS,'84, 18', cen-
ter console, 115hp Yamaha,
clean mtr., solid boat,
$2500. (561)924-8292
BASS BOAT, Ranger 83, 18'
Ft., 150 hp Mercury, 651b trol-
ling motor, 2) fish finders, 3)
new batteries, new lower unit
& additional new items. $4000
or best offer. (863)467-6621
BASS TRACKER BOAT- 16ft
w/ troller motor & trailer, no
motor, rated for 50h/p $1000
(863)824-0373


CATFISH BOAT, 21' long,
70hp Tohatsu, new trailer.
Good condition. $2500.
(863)357-4595 ask for Ron.
GLASSSTREAM PRO BASS-
'92, 50 hp, Trailer, Trolling
motor w/pedal control Depth
finder $3500 941-426-3781
GRUMMAN ALUMINUM- 14',
V Haul, Trailer, 25hp Mere,
Trolling motor. $1500
(561)352-7275
JON BOAT, 14 Ft. w/ galv.
trailer. 9.9 Johnson, New
seats, Live well. Runs great.
$650. (863)801-3527
Skeeter Model TZX190, '04,
19', less than 50 hrs., Yama-
ha 175hpdi, 801b. thrust troll.
mtr., hotfoot, Lowrance
depth finder, $21,000.
(615)293-6730

MIDAS MINI '83- 24ft, Chev
350, dual AC, 4KW Onan
Jen,'runs good $2495 cash
(863)801-3841.


SUPER POCKET YAMAHA R6
replica, practically brand new,
with all stickers $700 or best
offer (863)464-0542
YUMBO, starter motorcycle,
200cc, good beginner bike,
$2500. (863)801-4949
Find it faster. Sell it sooner
in the classified


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Very good cond. Taylor
Creek, Lot 87 $1500. Must
be moved. (314)293-2227



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TOYOTA CAMRY- '93, Needs
some work, $1000. or best
offer. (863)467-8038
VW RAIL BUGGY & PARTS -
needs work, will run, $350
or best offer (863)675-6214
,four Whee
Drive 4035'


EL CAMINO SUPER SPORT,
'79, Classic, many extras,
$3500. (863)467-5709
FORD F150 XLT 2001, 4 Dr.,
2wd, 91K mis., Power every-
thing. $15,000 or best offer.
239-229-2267
LINCOLN TOWNCAR, 1988 -
Exc. cond., black rag top, new
tires, cold a/c, $1300.
863-801-6033
OLD'S CUTLASS SUPREME-
'91, All power, low miles, 4
door, Runs great. $1500.
(863)634-2582
Pontiac Bonneville, '92- full
power, AC, reliable car, call
for details, $1800 or best of-
fer. (863)675-2598 Ivmsg.
Pontiac Bonneville, '92- Sport
Edition, new battery, Full
power Good clean car $1600
or best offer 863-675-2598
PONTIAC SUNFIRE, '97,
conv., 4 cyl., cold air,
$2500. (863)381-0432


CAR DOLLY, fits all vehicles,
$450. (863)382-9222
CLEAR HEADLIGHTS w/cor-
ners for '98 Expedition,
$125. Call 239-634-9339.
CONVERTIBLE BOWS- Fits
Jeep Wrangler '97 & up$60.
(863)675-4409
TIRES (4)- new, M+S
LT245/75R17 Continental
Contrac $240 (863)763-6131
after 6p M-F, anytime weekend
TRAILER HITCH- Class 3, Fits
Mercury Grand Marquis,
Ford Crown, Vic. & various
Lincoln $150 863-467-8589

CHEVY 350 '94- 4dr, 1 ton,
good work truck, $2500
(863)357-6202/261-4999.
DODGE DAKOTA, '93- 4x4,
new engine, new rims, new
all terrain tires, AC/CD, V6
auto, $3500 (863)697-8332
Shop here first!
The classified ads


DODGE RAM 250, '90- runs
good, new parts, fiberglass
work body w/ladder rack.
$1500 (863)655-0030.

FORD F150 '81 2 wheel
drive, auto, whole or for
parts, $500 (863)763-5067
FORD F150 '91 XLT, auto,
V8, cold ac, runs great, many
new parts including new tires
$2500 (863)697-2032
FORD F250, '83-351 Wind-
sor, 8" lift, body in good
shape, $2000 or bet offer.
(863)634-5368
FORD RANGER XLT, '87, with
extra cab, runs good, 5 spd.,
$800. (863)382-9222
NISSAN PICKUP 1997, 2 wd.,
5 spd., Ice Cold Air, 4 cyl.
Excellent condition. $2500
(863)632-9166
Looking for a place to
hang your hat? Look
no further than the
classified.


JEEP CHEROKEE '95 Good
condition, runs great. 4door,
auto, 4x2 $2000 or best of-
fer (863)673-0645 Ramses


DODGE CARAVAN, '94- new
tires, runs good, needs trans
work, $300.
(863)655-0030.


Automobiles 4005
Autos Wanted 4010
Classic Cars 4015
Commercial Trucks 4020
Construction
Equipment 4025
Foreign Cars 4030
Four Wheel Drive 4035
Heavy Duty Trucks 4040
Parts Repairs 4045
Pickup Trucks 4050
Sport Utility 4055
Tractor Trailers 4060
Utility Trailers 4065
Vans 4070


$500 POLICE IMPOUNDS Cars
from $500! Tax Repos, US
Marshall and IRS sales!
Cars, Trucks, SUV's, Toyo-
ta's, Honda's, Chevy's and
more! For Listings Call
(800)571-0225 Ext C373.


FORD VANS 1989 & 1990
w/Wheel Chair Lifts. $3400 &
$3900. (863)946-2703


Upcoming Polk County Events


The Polk County Leisure Ser-
vices Division will be hosting sev-
eral upcoming events throughout
the county this year. Below is a list
of events that will happen in 2005:

September

Movie in the Park
The new release, "Are we there
yet," will be the featured attrac-
tion at Wahneta Park on Septem-
ber 17. The PG-rated movie will
be shown free of charge, starting
at 8 p.m., and ending at 10 p.m. at


Wahneta Park (118 /2 Rifle Range
Rd, Wahneta). Free popcorn will
be served and drinks will be sold.
All moviegoers are encouraged to
bring a chair or blanket and mos-
quito repellent for maximum
comfort.

5K Reptile Run
Cross- Country Race
Join us on Saturday, Septem-
ber 24, for the inaugural running
of the Reptile Run, a 5k cross-
country course that snakes its
way through and around scenic


Saddle Creek Park. Early registra-
tion costs $15 when postmarked
by September 12. Day-of-race reg-
istration costs $20. Refreshments
and race memorabilia (guaran-
teed to pre-registered participants
only) will be provided. Racers will
check-in and register at 7 a.m. and
the race will begin at 8 a.m.
Awards will be given to the overall
male and female winners, top
masters finisher (male and
female), and top three finishers in
5-year age categories (male and
female). Pre-registered partici-
pants will be entered in drawings
for door prizes.


October

17th Annual Cracker
Storytelling Festival
This event will take place on
Friday, October 14 and Saturday,
October 15 at 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Homeland Heritage Park. There
will be storytelling by national
and local tellers. Featured will be
cracker stories, African American
fables, native American legends,
the Florida Frontiersmen Organi-
zation, the Bookmobile, crafters,


food vendors, and more! Florida's
10th Annual Cracker Whip Con-
test starts at 3:00 p.m. on Satur-
day, October 15. Admission is $4
for children (under 18) and $6 for
adults.

9th Annual Halloween
Hayride & Happenings
Are you looking for a safe alter-
native to trick or treating? Then
bring your family to the 9th annu-
al Haunted Halloween Hayride &
Happenings, on Saturday October
29 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Carter


Road Park in Mulberry. Admission
is $5.00 per person (children 2
years and younger are free),
which includes carnival games,
prizes, a costume and pie eating
contest, bike raffle, trick or treat
village, haunted house, live enter-
tainment, inflatables, and a
spooky hayride in the woods.
Food and beverages will be pro-
vided by Kona Coffee and Little
Joe's. Beat the crowd and pur-
chase your tickets in advance at
the Leisure Services' office locat-
ed at 515 East Boulevard Street in
Bartow.


Community events


Baptist Church
list services
First Baptist Church of Frost-
proof is offering a new Celebra-
tion Worship Service on Sun-
day's, at 8:15 a.m. It will offer a
more contemporary style of
music, while, the Celebration
Worship at 10:50 AM will remain
more traditional in nature. Child-
care will be available for both
services.
On Wednesday, September 7,
6:30-8 p.m. a new DivorceCare
ministry will begin. Each weekly
session will include a video teach-
ing time followed by discussion.
Topics will include: The Road to
Healing; Facing My Anger, Depres-
sion, Loneliness; Financial. Sur-
vival; KidCare; Forgiveness; and
Reconciliation. The seminar
offers encouragement, hope and
support for this painful and stress-
ful experience. There is a $10.00


fee for the workbook, however
scholarships are available. Please
pre-register by calling the church
office at 635-3603. Childcare will
be available.
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.
Football season
tickets on sale
Now is the time to order your
season tickets for Webber Inter-
national University football. Sea-
son tickets and Booster Packages


are available. Reserved season
tickets are $60. for adults and $35.
for senior citizens and students.
General admission season tickets
are $45. for adults and $20. for
senior citizens and students. The
Warriors play six home games
this year. All games will be played
at Legion Field in Lake Wales.
For ticket information you may
call WIU at (863) 638-2947 or
(863) 638-2953. Tickets are avail-
able at the Cubbyhole, located on
the campus of Webber Interna-
tional.

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 Ist through September
30th Saturday, 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.
Other hours by appointment:
call (863) 638-1225.


Dove hunt permits on sale


Dove Hunt permits go on
sale at 10 a.m. EDT on Sept. 18
for special-opportunity dove
fields throughout the state, the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission (FWC)
announced.
The cost for the daily permit
is $35, which enables one adult
and one youth (under age 16) to
hunt together, but allows only
one daily bag limit of birds to be
harvested between them.
Daily permits are available
for the following special-oppor-
tunity dove fields:
Allapattah (Martin County
- 17 permits),
Bayard (Clay County 10
permits),
Caravelle Ranch (Putnam
County- 40 permits),
Frog Pond (Dade County -
37 permits),
Fussel Road (Polk County -


15 permits)',
Hilochee (Polk County- 15
permits),
Lake George Dexter/Mary
Farms Unit (Volusia County 12
permits),
Parker Road (Alachua
County 17 permits) and
Schneider Farms (Escambia
County- 15 permits).
They can be obtained at
MyFWC.com, by calling 1-888-
HUNT-FLORIDA '(486-8356),
from county tax collectors'
offices or licensed agents.
Sportsmen also have the
option of buying a $10 Youth
Permit at the same time a Dove
Hunt Permit is purchased. This
enables the youth (under age
16), while hunting under the
supervision of the adult permit
holder, to be able to harvest his
or her own daily bag limit of
birds.


"Quality dove hunting oppor-
tunities are in high demand but
are often hard to find," said
FWC's small-game biologist,
Kurt Hodges. "These special-
opportunity dove fields are
planted and managed by the
FWC and offer great hunting
opportunities in a friendly, social
atmosphere that provides the
perfect setting for friends and
family, including youngsters, to
hunt together."
Beginning Sept. 30, up-to-
date information on field condi-
tions and bird numbers will be
available by visiting the Dove
Hunter's Hotline at
MyFWC.com/dove or by calling
(850) 875-BIRD (2473).
For more information on
howyou and your family can get
involved in these unique special-
opportunity dove hunts, visit
MyFWC.com/dove.


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FORD BRONCO, '87- 4x4,
Runs needs work & paint job.
Plays hard in mud. Tough
truck $1500 (863)763-8725.
FORD RANGER 1984, 2.8 V6;
4x4, Runs great, owner pur-
chased newer vehicle.
$1300. (863)381-0432
JEEP Grand Wagoneer- '84,
Camo paint job runs and
looks good $2000.
863-673-0920/675-9243.


FORD 1 TON '86 lift gate,
PTO, 11ft utility body $1200
(863)467-8511


Dodge Conv. Van, 'OO, loaded
w/ captain's chairs, TV, VCR,
stereo & fold out couch.
$8000. (239)949-0738






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FHS Varsity Bulldog Schedule


All games are begin at 7:30 p.m.
Friday 9/16-Avon Park Away
Friday 9/23-Lake Placid Home
Friday 9/30-*Cardinal Mooney
Away
Friday 10/7-Mulberry (Parent
Night) Home


Friday- 10/14-Clearwater Home
Friday 10/21-Evangelical Christ
ian 'Away
Friday 10/28-Berkeley Prep
Home
Friday- 11/4- Fort Meade
Home


Frostproof News/Cindy Monk
Meet the 2005 FHS Bulldog Football Team
The 2005 Frostproof High School Bulldog Football Team includes: First row: Water-girl Staci Fisher, Carlton Thomas, Greg
Bell, Jorge Valdez, Jesse Land, Cedric Cox, Van Ferguson, Jon Saunders; Second row: Ricky Shultz, Jerrold' Kuchinskas,
Raymond Salazar, Inokel Jean, Brandon Andre, Philip Senn, Nathan Chavis; Third row: Nick Loya, Caleb Pandol, Colt Arnold,
Josh Tate, Cody Harden, Lee Strickland; Fourth row: Jon Strickland, Joe Ocasio, John Troughton, Clint Chavis, Bill Brack-
en, Jimmy Hutto; and, Fifth row: Ethan Walker, Greg Spergeon, Noe Galarza, Josh Thomas, Brad Bliss, John Otto.

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Frostproof News photo/Cindy Monk
FHS-Varsity Coaching Staff includes Head Coach-Ben Maddox
(left), Jason Drum (center), Asst. Head Coach-Clay Brantly
(right), not pictured-David McCullers, and Yancey Plair.



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FMSHS list
golf results

Boys
Match results for the Frost-
proof boys golf team held Aug.
24 at Lake Wales Country Club.
Frostproof verses Fort Meade
and Haines City High School.
Frostproof (161): Wes Gris-
wold 36, Ben Flood 41, Austin
Robillard 40, Tyler Heath 44,
Cody Barnes 51, Travis Granger
58.
Haines City (189): Scotty
Peterich 41, Cory Meade 41,
Bronson Collins 54, Kyle
Mahlam 59, Scott Stoeckley 53.
Fort ,Meade (244): Nat
McClintock 57, Josh Olivio 67,
Ben Derrick 59, Dakota Chestnut
61, Trey Morgan 63.

Girls
Aug. 30-Girls' golf match at
Lake Wales Country Club.
Frostproof vs. Kathleen vs.
Mulberry vs. Wintcr l-avcii
Winter .Haven 2068:., Cassie
Dull 47, Heidi Laughery 45, Jen-
nifer May 51, Sarah Read 65.
Kathleen 231: Emile Wells 52,
Brenna Schirm 52, Stephanie
Shouse 65, Jesse Lipham 62.
Mulberry 237: Rachel Butler
39, Natalie Sparkman 50, Mea-
gan Parrish 75, Katie Butler 73.
Frostproof 248: Amanda
Blocker 51, Richelle Wilkinson
53, Racheal Blocker 73, Ashley
Mercer 71.
Sept. 1- Frostproof vs. Mul-
berry vs. Hardee at Imperial
Lakes, Lakeland.
Frostproof 225: Amanda
Blocker 46, Richelle Wilkinson
44, Racheal Blocker 72, Ashley
Mercer 63, Avarie Hannah 73,
Jaimee Hill 76.
Mulberry 267: Natalie Spark-
man 57, Meagan Parrish 64,
Karissa Strickland 76, Lindsey
Kelley 73, Kennedi Walker 74,
Regan Platt 73.
Hardee 284: Ashley Patarini
76, Ciara Lambert 76, Clara
Chancey 77, Kirsti Rheem 69,


Schools


monitor


fuel costs
School district officials are close-
ly monitoring the fuel situation as it
relates to buses and fleet vehicles.
At this time, there are no
changes in student transportation
schedules for school and extra-cur-
ricular activities.
All bus and school schedules
remain the same and are unaffect-
ed.
For further information con-
cerning the fuel situation, contact
Fred Murphy, assistant superintend-
ent of support services, (863) 534-
7309.

Fund helps

relief effort
Citizens Bank and Trust is
accepting donations to the Ameri-
can Red Cross at all locations to
assist with Hurricane Katrina
relief efforts. In Frostproof, dona-
tions may be dropped off at 2 East
Wall Street, in Lake Wales at 222
State Road 60 East, or at 23725
Highway 27 (just north of Eagle
Ridge Mall). Checks should be
made payable to the American
Red Cross.


Kelly Jo Smith 70, Lindsey Moye
69.

WIU Men's cross
country preview
The Warriors are excited
about the 2005 cross country
season. The men are led by All-
Conference and All-Region Run-
ner Austin Richmond. Austin
was also an individual NAIA
National Qualifier for WIU last
year. "Austin, in my mind is one
of the top runners in our region
and I believe he will be closely
followed by Marcus Marshall,"
stated Coach Rick Moody. Mar-
cus is the only other lone veteran
and was injured during last
year's Cross Country season. He
fired up the track last year with
personal best times in the 800
and 1500 meters. After these
two, the Warriors are a very
young team. The young fresh-
men team will be led by Charlie
Tempelton, Carlos Guerrero,
Jimmy Swauger, Thomas
Weeks, and Tommy Chasanoff.
"1 am excited about this year's
team because I have runners
that ran Cross Country in high
school. Last year, I inherited a
few Cross Country runners and
many sprinters that ran for the
conditioning. I feel that Webber
picked up great student-athletes
that have tremendous poten-
tial," said Coach Moody.

WIU Tennis players
receive awards
Five members of the Webber
International University men's
tennis team qualified and
received the Intercollegiate Ten-
nis Association (ITA) Scholar-
Athlete Award for the 2004-2005
academic year. The players
named were: Christophe
Bonadona, Emerson Correa,
Leigh Griffiths, Nico Jungkind
and Yuiti Lopes.
This accomplishment leaves
Webber International's men's
tennis team as the only NAIA
school in the country to have
five student-athletes to earn this


award in 2005.
Not only did this team excel
in the classroom, but they were
ranked 15th in the nation in
NAIA. Under first year coach,
Patricio Misitrano, they carried
on a valuable tradition and qual-
ified for the NAIA national tour-
nament in Mobile, AL.
In order to earn ITA Scholar-
Athlete status, a player must
meet the following criteria:
1. Be a varsity letter winner.
2. Have a grade point average
of at least 3.50 cumulative.
3. Have been enrolled at their
present school for a minimum of
two semesters.
The Warriors will be starting
fall practice very soon, preparing
for the ITA Regional Tourna-
ment.

WIU 2005 Women's
cross country preview
The Lady Warriors have a full
team! Not only a full team, but
according to Coach Moody, "the
women should go from worst in
the conference and region to
one of the top three teams. To
my knowledge, this is the first
official women's team that actu-
ally filled the women's roster."
The only returnee from last
year's team is Junior Joslyne
Scofield. Coach Moody was able
to recruit six other women to fill


the women's roster. Not only are
the men young but the women
are too. They will be led by 20:20
5K high school runner, Carrie
Rowe from St. Augustine. "Car-
rie was a big pick-up for up; she
has so much potential and is a
great leader." She will be closely
followed by Stephanie Reibach
and Katherine Ragia. "These
two runners are exact opposites
when it comes to distance.
Stephanie will set fire on the
track with a PR of 2:19 in the 800
meters and Katherine loves to
log the long mileage." Caryn
Dionne and Dabney Bartlett are
both from Marin County High
School. Caryn was a former All-
State runner in the 3200 meters
and a sub 20 minute 5K runner.
Dabney could be a solid six or
seven runner for the Warriors.
Ashley McClellan from Lincoln
High School in Tallahassee is
also another freshman that
Coach Moody believes will make
strong improvements through-
out the year. Coach Moody had
much imore to say about his new
women's team. "As long as
everyone stays healthy, then we
look pretty good. I expect all
seven runners to contribute
something big at each meet. I
can't wait to see the improve-
ments we have made during the
past few weeks," said Moody.


Webber hires



new professor
Dr. Keith Wade, Chief Acad- instructor in natural sciences
emic Officer at Webber Inter- and mathematics at Warner
national University, has Southern College. Other
announced the appointment teaching assignments have
of Georgie O'Leary as Assis- included the University of Cen-
tant Professor of Mathematics. tral Florida, Indian River Com-
Immediately prior to join- munity College, and Big Bend
ing WIU as a full time faculty Community College in Ger-
member Mrs. O'Leary was an many.


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Guest Commentary


We can all help hurricane victims


As the nation continues to
witnesses the destruction and
aftermath of Hurricane Katrina,
many Floridians have contacted
me to ask how they can best
help in the relief efforts. I have
included helpful information on
my website to assist you in help-
ing our friends across the Gulf
Coast region as they continue
recovery efforts from one of the
worst natural disasters to ever hit
our nation. I have provided the
link below which contains infor-
mation on finding the status of
missing relatives, organizations
to contact for donations and vol-
unteer information, as well as
the latest news on the affected
region.
I also want to ensure you that
1 an working with my col-
leagues here in Florida and
across the nation to respond
effectively to this crisis.
Just as the Federal Emergency


Management Agency (FEMA)
responded to Florida during our
hurricane crisis last year, FEMA
has deployed unprecedented
resources to help the victims of
Hurricane Katrina. This includes
more than 50 Disaster Medical
Assistance Teams and 25 Urban
Search and Rescue Teams to
help save as many lives as possi-
ble. The United States Coast
Guard continues conducting
search and rescue missions in
some of the most devastated
areas in New Orleans, which
continues to be flooded. The
Department of Health and
Human Services and the Centers
for Disease Control are workifig
to place victims with medical
needs into operating hospitals,
and providing important
resources to medical personnel
to help ensure the health of Hur-
ricane Katrina's victims.
Our military, the Department


of Defense, has deployed per-
sonnel and resources to provide
for search and rescue missions,
disaster response equipment,
and a hospital ship to provide
medical care. In addition, the
National Guard has nearly
11,000 Guardsmen to assist with
the growing need for security
and other disaster response
efforts.
We are also continuing efforts
to ensure that adequate food,
water, shelter and medical sup-
plies are provided to survivors.
The Department of Transporta-
tion has provided more than 400
trucks to bring millions of meals,
gallons of waters, and ice, along
with tarps, generators, disaster
supplies, blankets, cots, and
other important supplies, to the
dislocated citizens along the Gulf
Coast.
We are also working to
remove debris, where possible,


and restore critical infrastructure
that is necessary to begin the
important process of recovery,
including establishing power
lines, communication centers,
and roads.
This is a devastating time for
the Gulf Coast region, particular-
ly Louisiana, and I stand com-
mitted to help serve the needs of
the region and state. I hope you
will join me in the important
recovery efforts during the com-
ing weeks, months, and years as
the people of the Gulf Coast
rebuild. Again, please visit the
link below to learn more in how
you can help in the aftermath of
Hurricane Katrina.
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use.gov/katrina.htm
May God continue to Bless
America.
Sincerely,
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Forestry workers join relief effort


TALLAHASSEE Florida Agri-
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has dispatched more than 180
forestry personnel with the Depart-
ment's Division of Forestry, 21 law
enforcement personnel from the
Agricultural Law Enforcement
Office and a team with the Division
of Animal Industry to assist in hur-
ricane response efforts in Missis-
sippi as well as in central and
southeast Florida.
The Division of Forestry has
sent more than 60 personnel to the
six southernmost counties in Mis-
sissippi to help with search and
rescue efforts, coordination of
incoming response agencies, and
setting up systems to distribute
emergency supplies. Agricultural
Law Enforcement will be assisting
with search and rescue and other
law enforcement functions. In
addition, a forestry team has also
been located at the Palm Beach
County fairgrounds since Friday
coordinating the arrival of and dis-
tribution of water and ice to
numerous "PODs" or points of dis-
tribution in impacted areas of
southeast Florida. From Saturday
through this morning the team has
dispatched 60 semi truckloads of
ice and 55 semi truckloads of
water. Forestry personnel have

Obituary


Gayla Jean Greenwary
Gayla Jean Greenway, 56, of
Frostproof died Sunday, Sept. 4,
2005 at Lake Wales Medical Cen-
ter. Mrs. Greenway was born Aug.
28, 1949 and was a lifelong resi-
dent of Frostproof. She was a
homemaker and was of the Bap-
tist faith.
She was preceded in death by
her parents and 3 brothers.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Bobby Greenway of Frost-
proof. Son; Cory Lane Greenway
of Frostproof. Brother; Lynwood
Carter of Sebring, Florida. Sisters;
Sandra Robinson of Babson Park,
Florida and Bonnie Faye Carter of
Frostproof.
Services were held Wednes-
day, September 07, 2005 at the
First Baptist Church in Frostproof
with Rev. Darrol Hood officiating.
Interment followed at the Silver
Hill Cemetery.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home
of Frostproof is in charge of local
arrangements.


been in Live Oak, Florida coordi-
nating the distribution of emer-
gency supplies around the state.
The Division of Forestry has
four special Incident Command
units that respond not only to wild-
fires but other emergencies as
well. One team has been working
with the National Guard at the
Palm Beach County fairgrounds to
coordinate distribution of supplies
that have been requested by local
emergency operations centers to
the state emergency operations
center. Two teams en route to Mis-
sissippi were requested by state
officials there to help in hurricane
recovery. Incident Command
teams are trained to work alone or
within the structure of other agen-
cies responding to a disaster.
"Many people know that our
forestry personnel are out in force
during wildfires but they may not


realize they are also on the scene
when other disasters strike, "Mr.
Bronson said. "I'd like to com-
mend our hardworking employ-
ees for leaving their families during
a disaster so that victims of storms
and other crises can get the help
they need."
Mississippi has also asked for
help with animal issues and the
Department's Division of Animal
Industry has assembled a team
experienced in animal and agricul-
ture issues. They.will be working
with the Mississippi state emer-
gency operations center helping to
establish response activities as
they pertain to animals, including
livestock, equine and pets.
The forestry personnel will
remain in Mississippi for two
weeks and Animal Industry per-
sonnel will be in Mississippi for at
least seven days.


Parents help children

improve in reading


The Florida Diagnostic and
Learning Resources System
(FDLRS) will hold a free work-
shop for parents focusing on
improving their children's read-
ing. Parents will learn valuable
skills to help their children
become better readers and will
learn simple activities to do
with their children to improve
reading 'and build children's
confidence in reading.
Parents in.attendance will


receive free children's books
and resources to use at home.
The Families Building Better
Readers Workshop will be held
Thursday, September 29, 9:30
to 11:30 a.m. at the Jim Miles
Professional Development Cen-
ter, 5204 U.S. Highway 98
South, Highland City.
For registration information
contact Diane Bennett at (863)
647-4258 or
diane.bennett@polk-fl.net.


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