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Thursday, August 17, 2006- Vol. 92 No. 9 Frostproof's Hometown Newspaper for More Than 85 Years 50 cents
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The next Regular City Coun-
cil Meeting will be held 'Mon-
day, Aug. 28, at 6 p.m.
The City would like to
announce, the Regular City
Council Public Meetings for
July, August and September will
be held the second and fourth
Monday of the month.
Frostproof City Hall is locat-
ed at 111 First Street. For more
information call 635-7855.
Frostproof High School
will host College Information
Night for seniors and parents
Monday, Aug. 21, 7 p.m. in
Topics include but are not
limited to: senior conferences,
requesting transcripts, letters
of recommendation, gradua-
tion requirements, Bright
Futures, scholarship opportu-
nities, testing, general college
admissions process, senior
dates, and graduation infor-
mation. For more information
Any Church that would like
to form an adult coed softball
team or individual 18 years or
older who is interested in play-
ing' softball should contact
Pinky Gravley at 635-4641.
FP Art Gallery is
The Frostproof Art League is
looking for fine crafters who
would like to join the Art
League to display and sell their
items in the gallery.
They want to expand their
variety of art to include pottery,
stained glass, hand crafted
wood items, hand painted
items, fabric art and so on.
If you are interested in
becoming a member of the
Frostproof Art League and
Gallery, please stop by during
gallery hours or call 635-7271
for more information.
FBC hosts summer
program for kids
First Baptist Church
announces their annual Sum-
mertime Fun for Kids! The
Adventure begun and will run
through August 30. ALL chil-
dren Preschool age 3 through
Fifth Grade are invited to join
their friends at First Baptist
Church for a great time of fun
each Wednesday evenings from
For more information con-
tact Diane Cannon at 635-
3603, or stop by First Baptist
Church, 96 West B Street,
Frostproof. Additional pro-
grams, classes and events are
scheduled for teenagers, and
adults-young and old!
See Page 2for information about
howto contact the newspaper.
Community Links. Individual Voices.
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Occupational license tax due
The Tax Collector's Office
recently mailed over 40,000 occu-
pational license renewal packages
to account holders operating busi-
nesses throughout Polk County.
The bulk of funds generated by
the payment of these occupational
taxes (licenses) is used for eco-
nomic development. The Central
Florida Development Council of
Polk County spends more than $1
million annually to drive business
and promote the economy of our
The annual renewal period for
business licenses is Aug. 1 through
Sept. 30. However, new businesses
may register at any time prior to
engaging in trade. Any businesses
operating in Polk County without
a county occupational license
should immediately contact the
Tax Collector's Office. Failure to
timely renewal or obtain an initial
license will result in substantial
There are three categories for
Business or Occupational licenses:
Class A "Non-regulated Busi-
ness" = $30 Annually (Not
licensed, certified or registered by
Class B "State Regulated Busi-
ness" = $55 Annually (Licensed,
certified or registered by the state)
Class C "Declared Business" =
$300 Annually (Special Event,
Stall Market, Casual Loan Opera-
tion, Fortune Telling, Graphic
Entertainment or Fireworks)
Note: Classifications are deter-
mined during. the application
Mail or online payments must
be postmarked/date stamped no
later than Sept. 30. Walk-in
renewals are due no later than
5:00 PM, Monday, Oct. 2. Pay-
ments may be made at the Tax Col-
lector's Bartow, Lakeland, Haines
City and Lake Wales branch
Any business with delinquent
tax due from a prior period will see
a key difference this year. Those
businesses' renewal notice will see
a total due that includes penalties
and collection costs, etc., in addi-
tion to the current billing amount.
Other changes in the process
have to do with convenience fees.
This year, businesses will not pay a
convenience fee previously
charged for online credit card/e-
check payments or mail-in credit
card payments. However a con-
venience fee will be charged at the
branch offices for walk-in counter
payments with a credit card.
Businesses that have not
received a renewal package or
need to obtain an application for a
See Tax -Page 2
By Cindy Monk
A proposal by the Polk County
Sheriff's Office to take over polic-
ing within the Frostproof city lim-
its for about half the cost the city
was budgeting for the local police
department has some wondering
if the offer is too good to be true.
A motion was passed at Mon-
day night's regular City Council
meeting directing City Manager
Edward Sparks to contact Sheriff
Grady Judd and request a more
detailed proposal for law enforce-
Residents as well as city oft-
cials are concerned as to what
type of service will be provided by
the sheriff's office proposal for an
approximate cost of $437,491.
The council reassured resi-
dents in attendance they have not
yet made a decision about the
Polk County Sheriff's Department
taking over law enforcement with-
in the city limits.
If the PCSO contract is
approved, the Frostproof Police
Department wouldn't be the only
municipal service affected. The
Frostproof Fire Department
would go through several changes
during the conversion, the most
significant one being the FPFD
would loose their local dispatch.
Frostproof Firefigluer Doug
Wise;said it Awould be a great
injustice to the Frostproof resi-
dents if the city turned the dis-
patch service over to the County.
1ot only v.ould it be costly to
make the change, but the
response time would be greatly
impacted, he explained. He said
residents calling for emergency
service would be in line with the
county's dispatch calls.
Frostproof Fire Chief Bill Lord
recommended the city inquire
See Sheriff-- Page 2
Little Dixie to
Don't miss out on the big the Frostproof store selling more
event planned for this Friday, scratch off lotto tickets than any
Aug. 18, from 4 until 6 p.m. at other location in a sixty mile
the Southside Little Dixie Store radius.
located at 917 South Scenic
Highway. Officials from the
Florida Lotto will be on hand
giving out free T-shirts, key
chains and other goodies.
WPCV will provide a remote
broadcast from the parking lot
inspiring the evening with top
country hits and other give-a-
The celebration is a result of
Bring your whole family and
take advantage of the in store
specials, as well as new products
being introduced. Come enjoy a
32 ounce fountain drink with an
Angus Beef Burger on a fresh
baked bun hot off the grill for
only $3.89. For more informa-
tion please contact Roxanne
Ownes at 635-4034.
Dale R. Fair Babson Park
Elementary new staff
members pictured with
Elizabeth Tyler, Asst.
Principal (center), are
TaVaris Johnson, RE
Teacher; and A.R; San-
dra Mercer, 5th Grade
New hospice service comes to Polk
Not-for-profit Hope Hospice
to address unmet needs
(Fort Myers, Fla.) Hope Hos-
pice, based in Fort Myers, has
received approval from the State
of Florida to provide hospice
services in Polk, Highlands and
Hardee counties. Hope Hospice
has served Lee, Glades and
Hendry counties for the past 25
The state Agency for Health
Care Administration (AHCA),
which regulates Florida hospices,
made their decision based on
population changes and current
service levels. AHCA recognized
that Hope is in a unique position
to meet the area's needs because
it offers such a wide range of serv-
ices in addition to the required
core disciplines currently avail-
able in that area, including art
and music therapy and palliative
'"We are extremely pleased to
be able to go into this new service
area to address unmet hospice
needs," said Samira K Beckwith,
President and CEO. "We intend
to have a collaborative relation-
ship with the health care commu-
nity in the three counties, and we
will work with the other two hos-
pices in the area to meet the
needs of people at the end of
Hope Hospice will maintain
offices in Lakeland and Sebring.
Staff and volunteers are currently
being recruited. A counseling
center is planned for Hardee
According to Beckwith,
"Hope's mission is to provide
exceptional care and support to
people who are touched by end-
of-life issues. We now look for-
ward to taking our mission into
this new service area."
For more information about
Hope Hospice in Polk, Highlands
and Hardee counties, call the
Lakeland office at (863) 688-
4715 or the Sebring office at
In 2006, Hope Hospice
observes 25 years of providing
comfort and hope. Hope Hos-
pice is a not-for-profit, 501
health care agency, providing a
variety of services to all people
with complex needs related to
transitions, loss and end of life.
Hope Hospice provides care to
more than 800 people each day
who are facing a life-limiting ill-
ness. Services are covered by
Medicare, Medicaid and many
insurances. Hope Hospice pro-
vides services regardless of a
patient's ability to pay. For more
Frostproof News/Sarah Futral
Futral teaches art in N.C.
Cathy Futral taught two workshops at Cheap Joes Art
Stuff in Boone, N.C. during the month of July. One was
an Intermediate acrylic class and the other was a land-
scape watercolor workshop for the High Country Water-
Local news: Schools welcome new faculty
Frostprooi News/Cindy Monk
Frostproof Middle Senior High School welcomed the following teachers to their staff.
Front row left to right: Blanca Montalvo, Ashley Gaffney, Jennifer Sabin, Patty Wise, and
Sandy Kincaid. Back row left to right: Principal Stephen White, Richard Ertenberg, and
Bob Kochanowski. Not Pictured Lyndsey Fisher, Greg Lewis, and David Campbell.
Ben Hill Griffin Jr., Elementary welcomed several new teachers to their staff. Front row: left
to right Lori Loveless, Anita Linkenbach, Christina Portillo, and Beth Vogel. Back row:
Meredith Melton, Principal Patti McGill, and Robyn Taylor. Not Pictured: Idania Coca, Kristi-
na May, and Tony Lock.
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FP High Schodi'sports schedules Vage Z
2 The Frostproof News, Thursday, August 17, 2006
Frostproof High School
Bulldog Sports Schedules
FMSHS 2006 Volleyball
Head Coach: Julie Mulder
Denotes District Game
Date Day Opponent
8/22 Tue. Avon Park
8/24 Thu. Lake Wales
8/29 Tue. Mulberry*
8/31 Thu. WHHS
9/7 Thu. McKeel*
9/12 Tue. Lake Placid*
9/14 Thu. Avon Park
9/19 Tue. Mulberry*
9/26 Tue. McKeel*
9/28 Thu Ft. Meade
10/3 Tue. WHHS
10/5 Thu. Lake Placid*
10/9 Mon. Lake Wales
10/10 Tue. Hardee
10/12 Thu. Heartland
FMSHS 2006 Varsity Football
Head Coach: Brian Schmitt
# Denotes District Game
Date Day Opponent
8/18 Fri. Jamboree
8/25 Fri.Nature's Coast
9/8 Fri. Mulberry
9/15 Fri. Avon Park
9/22 Fri. Lake Placid
9/29 Fri.#Cardinal Mooney
10/13 Fri. #Clearwater
10/20 Fri. Evangelical
10/27 Fri. #Berkeley
11/3 Fri. Fort Meade
FMSHS 2006 JV Football
Head Coach: Brad Metheny
Date Day Opponent
8/31 Thu. Sebring
9/7 Thu. Fort Meade
9/14 Thu. Lake Placid
9/21 Thu. Avon Park
9/28 Thu. Mulberry
10/5 Thu. Hardee
10/12 Thu. Lake Placid
10/19 Thu. Mulberry
FMSHS 2006Girls Golf
Head Coach: Joanne Merkle
*TEE OFF At 4RM.
Lake Region HS
FMSHS 2006 Boys Golf
HeadCoach: Joanne Mer, le
Continued From Page 1
what the cost would be if the countyN
took over the city s dispatch semce.
His estimated cost uould fall ui the
range of $10,000 to $20 '00, at,
expense the city apparently ha-., t
O FTOsrproof resident Robert Benett
raised the question of how could the
county cut the proposed Frostproof
Police budget of $842,950 almost in
half, when just the'salaries alone
would run about $400,000?
FP Police Chief Deanna Higgins
has been working diligently on the
FPPD budget and has cut the pro-
posed budget from $842,950 to
aippromtmatel\ $633,760 Chief Hi4g-
gins said she has been employed by
the FPPD smnce 1989 and has a
heartfelt commitment to the citizens
of Frostproof. She said she has come
to know the residents through the
years .nd feels \ou can't put a price
on pe-rsonal ;emce She said the res-
idents of Frostproof are who she
serves and'will continue to keep the'
hometown police department at
their service as long as she is the
In other news, the council grant-
ed city manager permission to move
forward with the aichitect on the
Public Safety Building Plans. Mr.
Sparks said he recently made a visit
to the Police Department and found
in his opinion the building is unsafe
and feels something will need to be
Hope Hospice pleased to support Polk County
By Samira K. Beckwith,
and CEO Hope Hospice
Every year, thousands of Ameri-
cans with life-threatening illnesses
suffer needlessly, without access to
the special care and comfort that
could add real quality to their lives.
Many of those people reside in Polk,
Highlands and Hardee counties.
The State of Florida, through the
Agency for Health Care Administra-
tion, has recognized a need for addi-
tional hospice care in this area, and
they have given approval to Hope
Hospice to provide those services.
We are pleased and honored.
Hope Hospice, a not-for-profit
health care agency, has served south-
west Florida for 25 years. Currently
we are caring for more than 800 peo-
ple each day, in support of our mis-
sion is to provide exceptional care
and support to all people who are
touched by end-of-life issues.
Hope Hospice serves people suf-
fering from any type of illness, from
all walks of life, of all ages, from new-
borns to centenarians. However, we
treat the person, instead of the dis-
ease; we focus on the family in addi-
tion to the individual; and we
emphasize the quality of life rather
than its duration. To do this, it takes
a team of caring people. Each Hope
Hospice Care team includes physi-
cians, nurses, pharmacists, social
workers, personal care specialists,
specially trained volunteers, chap-
lains, homemakers and bereavement
counselors, as needed to care for the
unique needs of each person and
Care at the end of life requires
much more than pain medication.
Hope Hospice will offer therapies
that have been proven to give the
patient even more comfort and relief.
The art and music therapies we pro-
vide have become widely recognized
for their contributing role in health
care, as they can decrease anxiety
and offer greater relaxation. We also
offer moving touch therapy, also
known as massage therapy, and
Hope Hospice was chosen to partici-
pate in a major national study to
determine if the therapy reduces the
burden of symptoms of patients in
advanced stages of cancer. Our expe-
rience has been that massage thera-
py decreases pain, improves quality
of life and reduces physical and emo-
tional symptom distress among
Letter to the Editor:
The Frostproof Baseball Field
(Henderson Field) is being painted,
repaired, and cleaned by volunteers.
New signs will be put in the out-
field, new roofs are being re-con-
structed and other repairs made. Its
expected to take a few more work
days to finish all of the work; howev-
er, the following people have
worked hard to put this field in the
best shape it has ever been: Ralph
Blount, Shellie Castle, Chris Castle,
Ginny Kinard, Chris Payne, Pete
Payne, Pat Spence, Tom Elyard,
Thomas Elyard, Andrew Mac-
chione, Glenn Cutts, Jeremy Jack-
son, Pinky Gra ley, Gary Gravley,
Reggie Gravley, Mason Gravley,
Austin Gravley, and Trent Gravley.
We would like to thank Bagwell
Lumber Co. for donating the paint
and Kelly Payne Tree Service for fur-
nishing the wood chips. Signs are
being sold so it won't cost the city
tax payers any money. The only cost
is for wood to repair bleachers and
dugouts and metal for roofs and
signs painted for the businesses that
have already purchased signs. They
include: Bagwell Lumber Co., Har-
vey's Minit Market, Frostproof Fam-
ily Restaurant, Keystone Reality, Ben
Hill Griffin, Buddy Hopson Land
Development, Danes Air Condition-
ing, Pizza Box, Wilbanks Refrigera-
tion, O'Hara Restoration, Bill Butler
Custom Trim & Cabinets, Reedy
Haven Trailer Park, A & R Lawn
Care & Landscaping, J & M Home
Improvements Inc., B & D Sporting
Goods (Winter Haven), Big T Tire
(Avon Park), Top Shop (Avon Park),
Christian Fellowship Assembly,
Virtue Academy, Church on the
Ridge, and Home & Farm Supply.
The volunteers have made good
progress, however, 10 more signs
are needed for completion.
Thankyou for your contribution,
Rex B. Hart
Rex B. Hart, 73, of Frostproof,
died Fnrda- Aug. 11 2006 --
He was born Sept. 07, 1932 in
Chattanooga, TN and came here
from Sm',na, GA. in 1987.
He was a retired field service rep-
resentative for Lockhead Aircraft.
He was a member of the First
Baptist Church of Frostproof, the
Masonic Lodge 32 Degree and the
Scottish Rite. He was also veteran of
Korea, servingin the U.S. Air Force.
He was preceded in death by his
parents: Glenn and Mae Hart and
Brother George Hart.
Sumvors include his \\ile: Helen
A. Hart of Frostproof, Daughter: Cyn-
thia \aughn of Adanta, GA., Broth-
ers: Eldon and Charles Han both of
Chattanooga, TN. Sisters- Glenna
Joyce Burnette of Dayton, TN., Amy
Shipley, Dolly Bameit, Peggy Adams.
Ruth Barker, and Dorothy Johnson
all ofChattanooga, TN., 3 Grandchil-
dren. 1 Great-Grandchild.
Visitauon was held Sunday. Aug..
13. 2006 at the First Bapust Church
in Frostrproof \mth Rev. Darrol Hood
officiating. Interment was held at the
Chattanooga National Cemetery in
In lieu of fliers, donations may
be made to the First Baptist Church
Building Fund, 96 West B Street,
Frostproof, Florida 33843.
Messages of comfort may be sent
to the familybyvisiting www.marion-
Marion Nelson Funeral Home of
Frostproof was in change of local
Steven Wade Mauldin
Steven Wade Mauldin, age 19, of
Okeechobee, died Aug. 2, 2006. He
\%as born Nov. 9, 1986 in Sebring, FL
and 'as a lifetime re ident of Okee-
chobee. He enjoyed the rodeo and
was an avid bull rider. He %as a big,
teaser,; a wonderful husband and
He is survived by his wife of 2
months, Celia L-ynn Mauldin of
Okeechobee; son, Jonathan Mauldin
of Okeechobee; sisters, Tailor
Mauldin. Kelly Mauldin, and Kerry
Fralix, all of Okeechobee. He s also
survived by his parents, Kenny and
Tonya Mauldin; and grandparents
Judy Padgett of Okeechobee and Pete
and Janet Mauldin of Frostproof In
addition, he is survived b% a host of
aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Visitation was held Sarturday, Aug
5, 2006 at the Abundant Blessings
Assembly of God in Okeechobee, FL.
Services folloed 'Lth Brother Jerry
Adkldns officiating. Interment was
held at Silver Hill Cemetery. Frost-
All arrangements were under the
direction and care of the Buxton
Funeral Home and Crematory
patients with advanced cancer.
While many of our services are
covered by Medicare, Medicaid and
insurance, Hope Hospice will serve
anyone in Polk, Highlands and
Hardee counties, regardless of their
ability to pay.
Anyone family member, friend,
physician, can refer someone to
Hope Hospice. Most patients are
referred by their physician or other
health care professional, although
anyone can inquire. A person is eligi-
ble for hospice care after being certi-
fied by a physician as having a life-
limiting illness of any kind. Upon
referral, Hope Hospice takes imme-
diate steps to enable the patient and
family to receive all of the benefits of
Hope Hospice care.
We intend to have a collaborative
relationship with the health care
Hardee counties. We are already
supported by many local hospitals,
etsissa d living facilities and nursing
homes. We will work with the other
two hospices in the area to meet the
needs of people at the end of life.
Hope Hospice now has offices in
Lakeland and Sebring, and we are
recruiting additional staff and volun-
teers. A counseling center is planned
for Hardee County.
Hope Hospice is represented by
the butterfly, a symbol of hope and
renewal. We are passionate about
providing everyone in need with the
opportunity for hope and renewal,
and we truly look forward to serving
To learn more about Hope Hos-
pice, please visit our Web site at
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Rivera visits Rotary Club
Frostproof High School student Marcos Rivera was a
guest at the Frostproof RotaryClub on Thursday, Aug. 10.
Marcos attended the Rotary's Seminar For Tomorrows
Leaders (S4TL) as a delegate in June. Marcos is pictured
with Rotary President Ralph Waters.
Church of Christ
40 West "A' Street Frostproof,
Services are Sunday School 10
a.m. Worship service 11 a.m. and
Wednesday Evening Bible Study at
7 p.m. For more information contact
Family Life Church
Family Life Church meets at the
Frostproof Middle/Senior High
School cafeteria, Sundays at 10
a.m. there is nursery, and children's
church. For information please call
Rex E. Daniels-Pastor
Frostproof Church of God, 104
Highway 630W, Worship Services,
Sunday School 10 a.m., Sunday
Morning Worship 10:45 a.m., Sun-
day Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.,
Wednesday Evening 7 p.m. For
more information call 863-635-
Church of God
Reverend Anderson, Jr.
Church Of God By Faith, 208
Hopson Rd., Worship Services;
Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Worship
Service 11 a.m., Sunday Evening
service 7:30 p.m., Wednesday
Evening Bible study 7:30 p.m. For
more information call 635-7185.
First Assembly of God
First Assembly of God Church
On The Ridge, 825 County Road
630A, Worship Services; Sunday,
8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m., nursery
available, Sunday evening service 6
p.m. Youth Fellowship and Bible
study Wednesday evenings at 7
p.m. For more information call 863-
First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church of Frost-
proof, 96 West B Street-offers a
Contemporary Celebration Service
Sunday's at 8:15 a.m., and Tradi-
tional Worship Service at 10:50 a.m.
Childcare will be available for both
services. Sunday School (all ages)
9:30 a.m. Sunday evening Bible
Study 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening
Children and youth programs 6:15
p.m., with adult Bible studies at
6:30 p.m. Thursday Evenings: Cele-
brate Recovery, Divorce Car6, Grief
Share, and Divorce Care For Kids 6
p.m. For more information call 863-
Church of Frostproof
First Christian Church of Frost-
proof, 2241 County Road 630 W.,
Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Worship
Service 10:15 a.m., Sunday
Evening Worship 6 p.m. Wednes-
day Evening Bible Study 6 p.m. For
more information call 635-6700.
First Christian Church
of Babson Park
First Christian Church of Babson
Park, 1295 Scenic Highway N.,
Babson Park, Sunday School 9:30
a.m., Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.,
Sunday Evening Bible Sunday 6
p.m. Wednesday Evening Bible
Study 6:30 p.m. For more informa-
tion call 638-1654.
Church of Frostproof
First Presbyterian Church, 101
N. Palm Ave., Worship Service, 10
a.m. (No Sunday School beginning
June 4) For more information call
Methodist Church of
James C. Isaacson, Pastor
First United Methodist Church of
Frostproof, 150 Devane St., Sunday
School 9:30 a.m., Traditional Wor-
ship Service 10:30 a.m. For more
information call 635-3107.
Dioste Ama Spanish
Iglesia Bautista Dios Te Ama
(Dioste Ama Spanish Baptist
Church) lugar (located) 1000 US
Highway 98 West, Frostproof,
annunciate y ivitcion (announces
an invitation) Oir la Palabra de Dios
(to hear the Word of God) Domingo
(Sunday), at 11 a.m.
South Lake Wales
Church of God
South Lake Wales Church of
God, 210 Presidents Dr., Lake
Wales, Sunday School 9 a.m., Wor-
ship Service 10:30 a.m., Sunday
Evening Worship 6 p.m., Wednes-
day Evening Worship 6:30 p.m. For
more information call 638-1019.
tickets on sale
Frostproof High School Bull-,
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begin Friday, Aug. 18, with a Jam-
boree to kick off the season.
Reserved football season tickets
are on sale for $40. and includes
gate admission good for home
games only. Season tickets are on
sale as well for $15 for general
seating. For more information
Tallahassee Attorney General
Charlie Crist announced the arrest
of a Polk County man on multiple
charges of possession of child
pornography. Joseph Bass was
arrested last night after investiga-
tors conducting an investigation
through the internet located his
collection of pornographic videos
Bass, 61, had the pornographic
images on his computers, where
they were discovered by an internet
investigator with Crist's Child
Predator CyberCrime Unit. The
investigator was able to trace the
images back to Bass's previous Lee
County residence. Investigators
then tracked Bass to his new Polk
county residence and obtained a
full confession regarding the child
pornography. Bass was arrested by
officers with Crist's Child Predator
CyberCrime Unit and other law
"Child pornography repeats the
horrible sexual abuse of a child
every time an image is viewed or
distributed," said Crist. "We must
remain aggressive in pursuing
those who exploit our children in
such a heinous manner."
Law enforcement officers exe-
cuting a search warrant at Bass's
Bartow residence discovered more
than 50 images of child pornogra-
phy on his computers. Many of the
images portrayed sexual activity
with victims as young as infants
and toddlers. The computers were
seized and will undergo further
forensic analysis to unearth addi-
tional images or videos.
Authorities with the FBI Inno-
cent Images Task Force, the Polk
County Sheriff's Office and the Lee
County Sheriff's Office assisted
with the investigation and arrest.
Bass is currently being held at
the Polk County Jail. He is charged
with 10 counts of possession of
child pornography, a third-degree
If convicted on all charges, he
faces up to 50 years in prison.
The Child Predator CyberCrime
Unit's mission is to protect chil-
dren from computer-facilitated sex-
ual exploitation. The unit does this
by working cooperatively on a
statewide basis with law enforce-
ment agencies and prosecutors to
provide resources and expertise,
while preventing the spread of
these crimes through education
and community awareness. Bass's
arrest is the 25th made by officers
with the unit since its inception in
October 2005. The Child Predator
CyberCrime Unit is a member of
the Internet Crimes Against Chil-
dren Task Force (ICAC) of North
PCC'S Talent Search Program a success
Natalia Wagner of Davenport
is attending Rollins College on a
scholarship today, majoring in
International Relations, thanks to
Polk Community College's Edu-
cational Talent Search Program.
She wouldn't have learned about
the scholarship opportunities
without ETS' help. ETS is a feder-
ally funded TRIO program that
assists 6th through 12th graders
graduate from high school and
enroll in college. Natalia started
with Talent Search when she
attended Haines City High
School. Since joining the pro-
gram, she duel enrolled in PCC,
earned 45 college credits and
graduated from HCHS with high
HCHS is one of 10 Polk Coun-
ty schools that are targeted by
PCC's Talent Search. The primary
focus of the program is to help
low income and first generation
students from families without a
history of college graduates. "Tal-
ent Search has a great record of
helping our students," said Pedro
"Pete" Rodriquez, Director of
Educational Talent Search.
The ETS students high school
graduation rate has been very
high-over 90% have graduated
during the past four years and
about the same number have
enrolled in college, he said.
The program will continue
helping Polk County students for
another four years thanks to a
$250,261 annual federal educa-
tional grant, Congressman Adam
Putnam's office announced.
"Every American should havethe
opportunity to pursue the Ameri-
can dream through education
and training," Rep. Putnam said.
Rodriquez and a team of three
advisors: Rebecca Knowles, Mist-
ie Parson and Matina Wagner reg-
ularly visit the target schools and
help some 700 students, ensur-
ing that they are excelling aca-
demically and preparing for col-
lege. The ETS team provides
academic counseling, informa-
tion about college admission
financial aid, career decision
making and goal setting.
The program ratchets up when
the students enter the ninth and
tenth grade. They do a career
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careers that they find interesting.
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accepted at one or more colleges.
"ETS helped me achieve my
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who is majoring in International
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man. She hopes to be an intern in
German's House of Representa-
tives next year and her ultimate
goal is to work at the U.N.
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not only reached her short range
goals, but assisted others in the
program achieve their objectives.
"This young lady is very car-
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without the aid of numerous peo-
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Family to Family
The National Alliance for the
Mentally Ill of Polk County
(NAMI) is holding registration for
a free twelve session educational
series entitled Family to Family.
This series is designed to educate
the family and friends of adults
with serious mental illnesses
such as major depression, bipolar
disorder, OCD, or schizophrenia.
It will be led by NAMI instructor,
Linda Kaley. Topics for the ses-
sions include an overview of bio-
logical brain disorders, medica-
tions and side effects, crisis
planning and developing special-
ized communication skills
among others. Class members
will also have the opportunity to
establish a long term local sup-
port system for themselves and
their loved one by connecting
with one of several NAMI sup-
port groups around the county.
Beginning September 6 the
class will meet weekly on
Wednesday afternoons from 1
p.m.-4 p.m. at Family Funda-
mentals located at 1021 Lake-
land Hills Blvd. in Lakeland.
Classes are free but class size
is limited. Registration is
required. To register for this class
or for more information about
mental illness call the NAMI
office at (863) 616-9642. The
Family to Family course is offered
in partnership with the Commu-
nity Foundation of Greater Lake-
land, United Way of Central
Florida and the City of Lakeland.
Starting Sept. 12 this Fall 2006
Lakeland Art Guild is sponsoring
the following classes this Fall at the
Peggy Brown Building, Lake Mirror
Complex, Next to Barnett Park in
downtown Lakeland. Please call
the instructors listed below to reg-
ister for their classes. All classes
will be held upstairs (up elevator)
from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tues-
days. Join anytime. Just call the
Pottery Learn basic hand build-
Instructor: Lo Alexander
Call to register: 863-688-3161
Cost: $15 Per Class
Starting: Sept. 19
WASHINGTON, DC The
U.S. Department of Homeland
Security's Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA)
reminds residents of hurricane-
prone areas to prepare even
though fewer storms are' now pre-
dicted for the 2006 season.
The National Oceanographic
and Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA) announced today that it
expects seven,to nine humt-anes
this year, a decrease from earlier
estimates. The hurricane season,
which began June 1, ends Novem-
ber 30. So far this year, NOAA says
there have been three named
storms, but no hurricanes.
"This is not a time to be com-
placent. It only takes one storm.
People still need to develop family
disaster plans and compile kits
with necessary supplies to last
three days," FEMA Director David
Paulison said. "They also should
stay informed about local weather
conditions and pay attention to
emergency information from local
and state officials."
FEMA recommends taking
these steps to prepare for hurri-
Develop a family disaster plan
and know how1 to stay safe in a
hurnmcane. Discuss whhat your fam-
ily should do when a hurricane
comes ashore and where you
might go in an evacuation to a
shelter, hotel or to stay with family
or friends. Don't forget about pets.
Many shelters will not permit
them, so plan in advance what to
Oil and Acrylic Painting
Landscape and Still Life
Instructor: Toni Treverton
Call to register: 863-646-1535
Cost: $15 per class
Starting: Sept. 12
Acrylic Painting Class, Still Life
Instructor: Marjorie Lewis
Call to register: 863-816-8278
Cost: $15 per class
Starting: Sept. 12
Portrait Painting Class, all
Instructor: Tiffany Gullage
Call to register: 863-858-1126
cost: $15 per class
do with them. .
Know and review your evacua-
tion routes and never drive
through high water.
Develop a family communica-
tion plan. Identify a friend or rela-
tive in another state or city to
serve as a point of contact in case
family members are separated.
Put togethe--a disaster kit and
store it in a portable container in
caseof evacuat'in. Thekit should
. At least a three-day supply of
food and bottled water for each
Battery-powered radio and
flashlights with extra batteries;
First aid kit with family
A manual can opener;
Emergency contact list and
Hygiene and personal care
Copies of important papers
and emergency cash or credit card
in the case of an evacuation with
FEMA manages federal
response and recovery efforts fol-
lowing any national incident.
FEMA also initiates mitigation
activities, works with state and
local emergency managers, and
manages the National Flood
Insurance Program. FEMA
became part of the U.S. Depart-
ment of Homeland Security on
4th Annual FBC Wild Game Dinner planned
The 4th Annual Wild Game
Dinner sponsored by: First Baptist
Church of Frostproof Men's Min-
istry and The Federation of Christ-
ian Sportsmen will be held Satur-
day, Sept. 9, from 3:30-8 p.m.
tion (NWTF), Florida Chapter
The menu will include deer,
pork, turkey breast, corn on the
cob, baked beans, cole slaw,
sausage, rolls, and tea.
Mount Display. By bringing your
trophy mount for display this will
entitle participants to receive a raf-
fle ticket for a chance to win a gun.
Trophy displays need to be brought
to the Church between 2:30 3
p.m. Various Door Prizes will be
awarded. Be sure to join in the
Casting Contest and Seed Spitting
Contest. Austin Outdoor Tree
Stands; Fish & Game Commission;
Forestry Division, Jerry's Taxi-
dermy will have exhibits and infor-
Tickets are limited. For addition-
al Information contact Tim hood at
528-1024, Greg Brantley at 632-
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Department of Homeland Securi-
ty's Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Agency (FEMA) is moving
forward to address concerns that
have been raised regarding the
levels of formaldehydehyde in travel
trailers in the Gulf Coast region.
The agency has specifically
asked for and received from the
Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA), an air monitoring and
sampling plan that is intended to
validate methods that can be
used to reduce the presence of
formaldehyde in travel trailers.
The sampling plan was reviewed
by an outside expert.
Formaldehyde is a strong-
smelling, but common industrial
chemical that is found in homes
and buildings everywhere. It is
used in glue, particleboard, fiber-
board as well as furniture made
with these pressed wood prod-
ucts. Formaldehyde also is found
in a variety of materials encoun-
tered in everyday life cigarettes
and cigarette smoke and personal
care products. Some people are
particularly sensitive to it, while
others may not notice it at all
once the odor begins to dissipate.
Currently, FEMA is making
the necessary preparations for
the testing -- arranging for the
trailers to be moved, preparing
the site; and setting up trailers for
use in on-site project manage-
ment, equipment and supply
storage and to recharge and
Air samples from unused trail-
ers will be collected and analyzed
with and without the heating,
ventilation and air condition sys-
tem operating. Temperature and
humidity will be moderated by
various degrees of open windows,
static vents and exhaust fans as
well manufacturer-installed air
conditioning units. The agency is
using unused trailers because
that will allow testing of units
that have not been affected by
human activity, including the
presence of materials containing
formaldehyde that were brought
into the trailers by occupants.
Samples will be taken at differ-
ent times of the day; ambient out-
door samples also will be taken
concurrent with the collection of
the samples in the trailers. Ambi-
ent temperature and relative
humidity data will be collected as
well for each ambient sample.
Meanwhile, FEMA will soon
begin distribution of a brochure
to trailer occupants across the
Gulf Coast explaining how those
persons sensitive to formalde-
hyde may be affected by its pres-
ence and preliminary actions
they can take to reduce their
exposure in the trailers. The
advice includes taking steps to:
Increase ventilation. Open
the windows and door of the
trailer and use fans to force stale
air out and bring fresh air in.
Keep indoor temperatures
cool. Heat does cause formalde-
hyde to increase the rate at which
it releases fumes, so, after the
trailer is well ventilated, keep
temperatures cooler with air con-
Lower the humidity. Like
heat, humidity causes formalde-"
hyde to release fumes, so keep
the relative humidity at about 40
to 50 percent in the trailer.
Do not smoke inside. Tobac-
co smoking releases formalde-
hyde and other toxic chemicals.
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Appliance Parts 520
Beauty Supplies 525
Books & Magazines535
Business Equipment 545
Children's Items 555
China, Glassware, Etc. 560
Drapes, Linens & Fabrics 595
Fireplace Fixture 600
Health & Reducing
Household items 630
Medical Items 650
Musical Instruments 660
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Pools & Supplies 685
Sewing Machines 700
Sporting Goods 705
Stereo Equipment 710
To s & Games 730
V Rs 735
Wanted to Buy 740
A/C- 21/2 TON
Package unit w/heat strip. Just
serviced. Exc. cond. $450.
AIR CONDITIONER '05 York
3.5 ton package unit w/ heat,
new in box. $1750
AIR CONDITIONER 3 1/2 ton,
WINDOW UNIT -18000 BTU's
220 volt, runs great. $125 or
best offer. 863-697-6033
BAR, Handmade green marble
top, expandable, from China.
Appraised at $3500, asking
$900 neg. (863)824-8703
BARBER CHAIR, Emil J. Padair
Porcelain base w/foot rest,
all hydraulics work. $500
ROCKING HORSE CHAIR,
Child, Hand carved. Excel-
lent condition. $150.
AIR CONDITIONER, 18,000
btu, heats & cools. $75
ELEC. RANGE, Hotpoint, w/ov-
en, black & white, very
clean, exc. cond., $200.
ELECTRIC STOVE- Whirlpool,
Good condition. $35.
GE RANGE/KENMORE DRYER
Both good condition. Work
great. $200/both or will sell
stove, dishwasher, fridge, mi-
crowave, all lyr $1800/all, will
sell separate. 863-763-1981
REFRIGERATOR- GE, With ice
maker. Like new. $250.
REFRIGERATOR, stays cold,
'yellow in color, $60.
WASHER & DRYER, Excellent
working condition. Belts &
hoses new. $150
WASHER: Westinghouse &
DRYER: Kenmore. Both in
Excellent cond. $160 neg.
will sep. (863)763-6591
super capacity. 3yrs. old,
Good Condition. $250.
By Ecoquest. New in box, 3yr.
warranty. $400/both, will sell
BICYCLES, (3), 26", 2 wom-
en's, 1 multi speed, 1 single,
1 men's, 2 spd., $75 neg.
hill ei :PP (863)635-0772
AWNINGS- (4), 1 147" long,
1 3'5" long, 2 are 87 1/2'"
long, $200 for all.
BUILDING SALE! "MANUFAC-
TURER DIRECT Since 19801"
Extensive range of siz-
Ends optional. 3-week deliv-
ery. 25'x40'x12' $3990 (LIM-
ITED QTY). Pioneer
HOME WINDOWS- Like new.
$150. Will separate.
METAL ROOFING SAVE $$$
Buy Direct From Manufactur-
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Accessories. Quick turn
around! Delivery Available
Toll Free (888)393-0335.
VINYL SIDING- Georgia Pacif-
ic, light gray, new, one full
box of 22 12ft sections.
PLAYHOUSE, Little Tikes,
Step 2. Gpod condition, green
roof, red doors, shutters $200.
RED RACE CAR BED com-
plete, built in toybox at foot of
bed. Plastic. $125 or best of-
SLIDE; PICNIC TABLE &
WAGON: Little Tikes, $90.for
all, will sep. (863)902-0714
FLOWER GIRL DRESSES (2)
Identical, white sizes 4 & 6.
Paid $400/both, asking $200.
Will sell sep. 863-634-0339
FORMAL GOWN, Size 12,
worn once, lavender, great
condition. Paid $275, asking
LOTS OF CLOTHES mens,
women, kids. Back to school!
All sizes. Good cond. $30/all
or will sell sep. 239-657-2711
WEDDING DRESS David's
Bridal, spag. strap, size 8,
was $550, asking $200/neg.
AVON BOTTLES 90+, and
some older books & related
articles, $150 for all or best
ELVIS RECORD & SOUVENIR
COLLECTION: Approx. 44 yrs.
old. Rare items. $600 all or
best offer.. 863-824-3358
(3-400)- Racing & Comic. late
80s early 90s Exc. cond. $400
or best offer!! 863-763-8943
OIL PAINTING- On canvas,
4'x5', New $200. Asking
SALT- n PEPPER SHAKERS
1041 Sets) asking $2500
COMPUTER- New system, In-
tel Celeron D, 2.93, 160HD,
DVD-RW, $425 or best.of-
COMPUTER TABLE- large, ad-
justable heights, good condi-
tion, $50 or best offer
DELL PDA- Slightly used. WI-
Fi & Bluetooth enabled. Lots of
upgrades. Pd $500. Asking
$250. Neg.. (p63)447-5393
ONE TOUCH-, opier,` fg,
Sjrinner, e'.eliernt condition
SCANNER- UMAX Astra
1220S, All hardware. Extra
software, Win. 98, $25.
(863)675-4970 Lv. msg.
CHINA CABINET, Solid wood,
2 pc. w/5 shelves. Hand
Made. Must seel $500
COFFEE TABLE, 2-End tables
& Sofa table, chrome & brass
w/glass tops. $275./all.
COUCH, LOVESEAT & CHAIR
almost new, green plaid. $600
DR CHAIR- white, cane back,
GIRLS BEDROOM SUITE
Natural wood, incl. bed, dress-
ers, desk, nghtstds, mirror,
$800 Negot. 561-790-6589
GLASS TOP TABLE 36"w/four
chairs. Designer full length
mirrors, (2). Ped. sink/faucet.
$350. Will sep. 561-625-4306
HEADBOARD- twin size, white
wicker, $15 (863)467-1325
HIDE A BED SOFA, 2 & 2 Lazy
Boy Chairs, Dinette set & 4
chairs. Good condition $800.
Will sep. 863-763-7974
HUTCH, Ponderosa Pine, 3
shelves, 8 drawers & 3
doors. $150 (863)467-1401
KS WATERBED FRAME- w/
pillowtop matt, w/drawers
bookcase hdbd w/mirror,
QUEEN SIZE BED, Complete.,
Chest of drawers, Ni th
stand & Chair. $300. Will
Complete w/frame & headbd.
New mattress. $75.00
SOFA BY BROYHILL
Brown print. Good condition.
$50 or best offer.
TABLE W/4 CHAIRS- blonde
wood, brand new, $300
TABLES (2) octagon wood &
glass end tables, 1 wood
dining table all for $50
NEW ENGLAND- hand rifle
SB2, 30-06, 3x9, Simmons
scope, like new, $450
(863)697-9704 for details
ROSSI 44 MAGNUM
S&W Special. S/S Model 720,
w/holster and shells. $300.
EXERCISE BIKE & PUNCHING
BAG, $185 for both or will
IMAGE 17.0 TREADMILL
Get fit fast In the comfort of
your own home. Used 1 mth.
$400 Negot 863-634-0761
DIAMOND RING- 1/2 ct,
$450 (863)675-7105 or
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MEDICARE PATIENTS! Call
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LIFT CHAIR- Good condition.
WHEEL CHAIR, Electric, Like
new. Originally Cost $5500,
Asking $1100. (863)675-0122
WHEELCHAIR- Padded with
extra seat cushion. Excellent
' condition. s $75
5500 WATT GENERATOR
like new, $550.
CARGO TOP CARRIER, 18cu.
ft., Sears X-Cargo, excellent
condition. $75 (863)610-0412
PICK "A" PACKAGE ZERO
DOWN FROM ONLY 14.95
PER WEEK 37" FLAT
SCREENS, DVDS, XBOX
360, IPODS, TEVOS,
STEREOS, GUITARS, SPAS,
ABOVE GROUND POOLS,
CALL NOW (800)868-8966.
YOU WILL WANT THIS! Poke-
Rhythms...they cant fix stu-
pid...but they can fix about
everything else. Get yours
NOW, everyday, FREE for 10
BASE GUITAR Fender Mar-
cus Miller Jazz, beautifully
crafted, perfect, hardshell
case. $750. 863-357-7406
GOLD YAMAHA TRUMPET
in exc. cond. $300 or best of-
ENGRAVER-New Hermes, En-
gravograph, 115 AC/DC, .88
ari s, 1OK RPM, H.9. 1/15,
$1 00 (863)763-7609
BEAGLE PUPPY, Purebred,
male, 10 weeks, health cer-
tificate, adorable. $175
(863)675-4703 after 7pm.
DACHSHUND AKC Regis,
Vet Cert Health, adorable
male shorthaired $350
FINCHS- pair, $15
JACK RUSSELL PUPS Pure
bred, shots/wormed, 2 fe-
males. Will deliver. $250.
KERR PUPPIES- 7 1/2 wks,
free to good homes only
PARROT CAGE- White on
wheels with playpen on top.
Good condition $75.
Demo Homesltes Wanted
Nowl In selected areas! For
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BIG SCREEN TV Toshiba,
50", needs some work, but
Is in working order.
AIR COMPRESSOR- Dayton
Speed Air 110/220 volt
$145. Firm. (863)763-6629
AIR COMPRESSOR, 5.5 hp, 6
months old. Paid $750, Ask-
ing $600 neg.
GENERATOR, Coleman 5hp.
GENERATOR, Tecumfeh En-
duro XL/C, 3000w, 120v,
25amp, 5 gallon gas can.
AIR HOCKEY TABLE
4'X6' like new. $125.
NEW COIN COLLECTOR want-.,
ing to add lo my collerlion.
SPleae call i 10 ell coin '& '
paper money 239-693-4891
Christmas Trees 745
Farm Equipment 805
Farm Feed/Products 810
Farm Miscellaneous 815
Farm Produce 820
Services Wanted 830
Lawn & Garden 850
BAY PASO FINO Gelding, 8
yrs. old, Great on trails.
$3500. (863)697-2704 Okee-
BLACK GELDING PONY
Rides/drives: Gentle. $900.
GELDING, 13 yrs. old, gray,
very fast, used on barrels &
worked cows, exc. manners,
LEOPARD APPALOOSA- 10yrs
old, very nice gentle mare,
PONY CART & HARNESS,
$1000 or best offer.
Thoroughbred Mare, in foal to
German warm blood stallion,
super sweet, $2500.
CRAFTSMAN RIDING MOWER
LC100, B&S, 17.5hp, 9mths.
new, exc.cond. $900 or best
offer. 863-763-1981 Okee
LAWNMOWER DECK, 38"
wide, $60. (863)532-9182
MOWER & WEED EATER,
$500 or will separate. Call
for info. (863)467-1224
MURRAY RIDING MOWER
42" cut, 15hp Kohler com-
mand eng. Turn key ready.
QUEEN PALM 30' healthy,
partially promoted by Wilma.
You dig & haul. $60 or best of-
fer. 239-728-6273 ALVA
RIDING MOWER- Snapper '89,
$200 or best offer
ROTO TILLER Huskee 6 1/2
HP rear times. $400.
SELF PROP MOWER- 6.5HP,
lyr old, $100 or best offer
WEEDEATER Craftsman, 3/4
hp, 17" electric. $25.
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Farm Property -
House Rent 930
Land Rent 935
Resort Property -
Rooms to Rent 955
Storage Space -
PRIVATE ROOM & BATH, Pro-
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+ 1st, Last & sec. Split until.
LAKE ESCAPE at The Ridges
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Property Sale 1010
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Farms Sale 1020
Houses Sale 1025
Hunting Property 1030
Property Sale 1035
Land Sale 1040
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Open House 1050
Out of State -
Property Sale 1055
Real Estate Wanted 1065
Resort Property -
Warehouse Space 1075
Waterfront Property 1080
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Gated community 2 hours
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Fishing, boating, swimming
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GEORGIA/ NORTH CAROLINA
Captivating mountain views,
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Homesites starting @
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Call (888)389-3504 X700.
Gulf front lots $595k. Homes
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LIMITED LAND SALE Up to
$10,000 OFF all waterfront
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discounted for a limited time.
Pool, tennis, walking trails.
LAKE BARKLEY, KY LAND
Sunsets and serenity are
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TN/KY border. 90 min to
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(800)642-5333. Realty Of
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North Carolina Mtns. Asheville
Area Starting @ $89,900 for
spectacular parcels with
views, waterfalls, mountain
streams, amenities & much
more. Call for appt.
ROCKY RIVER VISTA -TN
Spectacular 1 to 5 acre par-
cels from the $40s. Choose
bluff view, wooded or Pond
sites. Clubhouse with fitness
center. Nature trails. Min. to
Fall Creek Falls State Park.
With Tennessee's Beautiful
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Mobile Home- Lots 2005
Mobile Home Parts 2010
Mobile Homes Rent 2015
Mobile Homes Sale 2020
MOBILE HOME DOORS- Interi-
or, Exterior & Cupboard
doors. $175. Will separate.
WANTED: Damaged SWMH
'96 or newer, Zone 3
I will move.
Jet Skiis 3015
Marine Accessories 3020
Marine Miscellaneous 3025
Sport Vehicles/ATVs 3035
ALUMACRAFT V14, seats, an-
chors, lights, $1250/best of-
fer. Includes tackle. Call
BASS BOAT, MOTOR/TRLR.
1991, 17' Grumman, w/7Ohp
Evinrude. Troll mtr, new batt.
$2500. 863-467-8292 Iv.msg.
BASS TRACKER, '88, 40hp
Johnson, new trolling motor,
tandem trailer, $1500 or best
BAYLINER- '87, 115hp, Needs
starter & TLC. $2500.
BOAT- 17.6 ft, center console,
115 Mariner, T-top, Trailer,
OPEN BOW, 15', 50hp motor,
$1500 or best offer.
PONTOON BOAT, '05 Bentley
200 Fish. 50hp Mercury out-
board. Excellent condition.
QUACHITA- 14FT, center con-
sole, fiberglass, 25HP Evin-
rude, Continental trailer
RIVIERA 1987, 15 Ft. Boat, 50
hp 0O/B motor, 1500 or best of-
fer. (863)946-1856 or
(248)-935-3837 Moore Haven
CROSS COUNTRY- 30ft, new
tires, $2500 or best of-
SWIVEL CHAIRS- 2, for RV,
Van or Motor Home. $80.
BOAT MOTOR, Johnson Evin-
rude, 14hp. OMC. Runs
great. $700 (863)763-7609
EVINRUDE '89, 70hp Out-
board, runs excellent, can
Classic 1967 Triumph Chop-
per Project, 650cc, good title,
complete bike, needs ring job.
MOTOR CYCLE TRAILER,
Custom built, new tires & fen-
ders, tailgate lights, aluminum
ramp. $1275 (863)674-0898
POLARIS TRAIL BOSS 325,
'01, new chain & sprockets,
runs very good, $1800.
HOLIDAY TRAVELER 25' '77
new A/C & water heater, all
works great. $3000 or best of-
Autos Wanted 4010
Classic Cars 4015
Commercial Trucks 4020
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
BUICK SKYHAWK 1987
Runs great. Asking $700.
CHEVY CAMARO- '94, Red, T-
Tops, CD player. $1200.
CHRYSLER NEW YORKER -
'96, 4 dr, $2,000/neg.
FORD CROWN VICTORIA
1988 Looks good. Runs great.
Cold A/C, 4 Door & 4 New
tires. $1000. (863)675-1754
FORD TEMPO GL '92, 67k,
Clean, runs good, cold a/c.
$1500 or best offer.
LINCOLN MARK VII '92, 5.0,
V8, auto., low miles. $2000
LINCOLN NAVIGATOR 1998,
1 Owner. Well maintained. All
receipts. 110K mls. $8500.
LINCOLN TOWN CAR, '96,
nice ride, good condition,
cold a/c, $2450.
PONTIAC LE '88 4 dr, 77k
mis., new a/c compressor,
battery, brakes & tires. $1200
Neg. 239-728-6273 ALVA
TOYOTA- '88, Sports car. 2
seater, 32-36 MPG. Tires
good. Needs compressor
clutch $1300. (561)924-2208
DODGE RAM CHARGER .'90,
5.2 engine, B&M transpack,
good condition. $2000 or best
offer. Call Lee (239)369-9725
AXIS RIMS, With tires. Good
cond., $500. Call Orlando @
(302)943-1777 Or leave.
AXLES, for '62-'65 Volvo
PV544 Sedan, $200 or best
offer, will sell separately.
FORD TRITON '98- good run-
ning cond. $900 or best offer
RICHMOND PRO GEAR Ring
& Pinion for 9" Ford. 4-86
ratio, $200. (863)697-2724.
TIRES- 4, Goodyear,
P195/65R15 Like new. $180
or best offer. (863)763-0039
Ask for Roger
TONNEAU COVER, A.R.E. Fi-
berglass, Fits '01-'03 Dodge
Dakota Quad Cab, white. $300
TRANSMISSION, 5 spd., for
1985 Chevy S10. $200.
TRUCK CAP aluminum, for
small truck, teal, $275.
WHEELS, 16" Factory 2006
Mustang, brand new BF
Goodrich Radial tires, will in-
stall. $800 (863)697-0467
WHEELS, 4 mag, 8.5"x15", 5
lug, & 2 7"x15", fits Ford pick-
up. $150 for all, will sep.
(863)763-5422 or 610-0412
CHEV DUALLY '77- 1 ton,
strong V8, auto, w/ headers,
$1800 neg. (863)763-4149
CHEVY 1500 1988, Ext. cab
Runs good, Cold A/C,
$2200. 863-675-0107 or
CHEVY S10 P/U '84
4x4, runs excellent. $1300 or
best offer. Must Sell! Great
Work Truck. 863-610-1603
CHEVY S-10, '87, ext. cab,
small V8, 700 R4 trans.,
very clean & runs well,
CHEVY $10 EXT. CAB PICK-
UP, '98, shell cap, 4.3 V6,
auto, a/c, exc. gas mileage,
CHEVY S-10 PICKUP'96
4.3 V6, as is. $1200.
DODGE MINIVAN BENCH
gray, $40 (863)635-3390
FORD F150 1994, Ext. Cab,
Keyless entry, all electric. Exc.
cond. Like new tires. $3000 or
best offer. (863)634-2280
FORD F150 '87 2 wheel
drive, 4spd., p/w, p/I,
tilt/cruise, good work truck.
FORD F150 '89, 300, 6 cyl., 5
spd., has electrical prob-
lems. $1200 or best offer.
FORD RANGER '84 4X4
V6, w/title. Needs alignment.
Great for mudding, $1500 or
best offer. 863-254-3580
ISUZU- '95, 5 spd, Runs well.
No A/C. Good MPG. $2500.
(863)467-7859 or 634-6228
REAR END SPRINGS- Fits
'2000 to '2004 Chevy piCk-
up, Heavy duty, $100.
GMC JIMMY 4X4 '94 cold
a/c, auto, p/w, p/I, runs good.
ISUZU HOMBRE 1999 136K
mis., 2 wd w/Camper Topper.
White. A/C's good. Radio.
ENCLOSED TRAILER- Cargo
King, 5'x9'. Liked new w/new
tires, Garage kept. $1250.
FLAT BED TRAILER 8'x14'
2 axle, metal floor, new tires,
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Alzheimer's Disease complicates
hurricane preparedness for some
- While Floridians stash away
bottled water, canned food and
batteries in preparation for the
next big one, there's one thing
the) may be forgetting -- prepar-
ing to care for the elderly and vic-
tims oL Alheimer's disease.
Florid.i has the largest per
capital elderly population in the
country, with 17.5 percent of
Floridians 65 or older in 2005.
Additionally, almost 450,000
Floridians are living with
Alzheimer's. That amounts to. one
out of every 10 Alzheimer's suf-
ferers in the U.S. Many people
with the disease live at home with
loved ones. Caregivers must take
e.\Xra precautions to care for their
loved ones in a hurricane..
"Hurricane season is a reality
in Florida." said Melanie Meyerof
Tampa's johnnie B. B-Td, Sr.,
Alzheimer's Center & Research
Institute. "Alzheimer's sufferers
have special needs, and symp-
toms can worsen in high-stress
situations. Caregivers must be
prepared now for the challenges
their loved ones pose in a disas-
tips for Alzheimer's
Don't forget to store or pack
30-day supply of medica-
Extra copies of prescnprions
Identification and other
Special nutritional items
Hearing aid batteries
Flashlights and radio with
Cooler with ice
Changes of clothing
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Know where you and your
loved one will stay in advance.
Many shelters cannot adequately
care -for people with special
needs. Make sure your temporary
accommodations can handle any
supplies or equipment you must
SKnow how you will get to your
evacuation spot. Make sure you
have access to a mode of trans-
portation that can accommodate
equipment such as a wheelchair,
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wears an ID bracelet that lists the
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carried by loved ones, family mem-
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The mission of the Byrd
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in statutory language, and more
than 80 percent of the Institute's
budget is used specifically for these
'The Institute provides grants for
researchers throughout the state of
The-, National Institutes of
Health has designated, the Byrd
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than $7 million in research money.
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Drug price Web site expands
General Charlie Crist has
announced that even more
Floridians will now be able to
take advantage of a Web site that
helps consumers to comparison
shop and save money on their
,Mr. Crist said his office has
doubled the types of prescription
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enabling consumers to find the
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monly prescribed medications
and their genenc equivalents.
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ans find the most current prices
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and different dosage amounts
included in the database, the
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sumers to determine which phar-
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tions they need..
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2005, the website has attracted
an average of more than 4,100
visitors per week for a total of
2154,203 internet users as of
"We are pleased to offer even
more help to Floridians to
stretch their health care dol-:
lars," said Attorney General
Crist. "More products mean
more savings for those trying to
hold down bills for prescription
The website allows con-
sumers to compare prices for
prescription drugs charged by
pharmacies in their city, and
even within their individual zip
code. Helpful information is
available in both English and
Spanish, and the search results
can be easily viewed and even
downloaded to a spreadsheet so
consumers can review all pnces
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consumers of all age groups.
Prices, on MyFloridaR.x.com
reflect what an uninsured con-
sumer, with no discount or sup-
plemental plan, would normally
pay. Because the information on
the website is based on data pro-
vided to the state by the phar-
macies themselves,, prices
shown on the website. are not
guaranteed arid are subject to
change. The website was
launched in June 2005 with the
assistance of the Agency for
Health Care Administration.
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