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Thursday, December 14, 2006 -Vol. 92 No. 26
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The next Regular City
Council Meeting is scheduled
for Monday, Dec. 21 at 6 p.m.
Frostproof City Hall is located
at 111 First Street. For more
information call 635-7855.
The Frostproof youth soc-
cer will be hosting registration
on Saturday from 9 a.m. 12
noon in front of Futrals Food-
way.. For more information
please contact John Sullivan
at 863-635-9184 or Mish
Crumbly at 863-635-3592.
meeting Feb. 5
PAC (Parent Advisory Com-
mittee) is encouraging more
participation from parents
with students attending Frost-
proof Middle Senior High
School. If Tou \would like to
become more involved in
sour child's academics please
attend the next scheduled
meeting, Monday, Feb. 5 at 7
p.m. Meetings are held the
first Monday of each month in
the teacher's lounge at
FMSHS, 1000 Palm Avenue.
Note: There will be no meet-
ings scheduled for Dec. or Jan.
due to the holidays.
'Hall of Fame'
The Frostproof Athletic
Booster Club will hosts the
2007 'Hall of Fame' Gala to be
held at the Lake Wales Coun-
try Club on Jan. 27. Social
hour is from 6 to 7 p.m. with
dinner at 7 p.m.
Coach Faris.Brarinen will
be the featured speaker at the
Gala. The Boosters seeks
community support, for this
event. Tickets are on sale now.
Cost is $ 100 per person and
this provides you With a won-
derful dinner and a chance to
win $2500 through a reverse
drawing. Random raffles and
drawings will be held during
the event. The proceeds raised
will benefit ALL FMSHS sports.
Please contact Nancy
DeMarco at the Frostproof
High School 635-7809.
Class of 1987
The Class of 1987 is plan-
ning their 20 year class
reunion. Please contact Lynn
Robarts at 863-559-2541 with
your address arid contact
information. If you have an
address for a former class-
mate that may live out of town
please forward it as well.
Would like to contact every-
body and have a great class
See Page 2 for information about
how to contact the newspaper.
Community Links. Individual Voices.
8 16510 00021 4
Frostproof's Hometown Newspaper for More Than 85 Years
Deputies visit door-to-door
By Cindy Monk
Members of the Polk County
Sheriff's Office have been going
door to door the past couple of
weeks in the Frostproof city limits
introducing themselves and ask-
ing local residence to fill out a
brief survey in an effort to contin-
ue to serve and secure the quality
of life in Frostproof.
Aware that some residents are
concerned about what will hap-
pen with the Sheriff's Office
takes over policing of the city,
deputies also handing out flyers
with frequently asked questions
and answers to help explain the
transition and benefits to the city
and residents in Frostproof.
Frostproof's new sheriff's
office coverage will be effective
Jan. 1, 2007. An Open House cel-
ebration is planned for Wednes-
day, Jan. 3, 2007 from 11 a.m.-2
According to the contract
agreement, Frostproof will be
policed by one sergeant, six
deputy sheriffs and one resource
deputy sheriff as well as other
benefits included in the contract
for the amount of $327,952 for
January September and will be
$469,022 for the first full 07-08
year. Payments will be made
quarterly and is expected to save
the city of Frostproof 1.5 million
over the period of five years.
Frostproof deputies who com-
plete a simple background check
and drug test will receive top-
Holiday Celebration: Everyone Loves a Parade
Frostproof News/Cindy Monk
The 'Best Theme' was awarded to Richard McKenzie & Sons and Hollis and Kent Har-
vesting for their float which represented 'Twas the Night Before Christmas' story.
Many spectators attend parade
The Annual Frostproof
.ChristmasParade held Dec, 2
-as enjoyed by many specta-
tors. This years' parade had
more floats then the previous
year as well as the route being
extended. Wayne and Jennifer
Lee (Pastors from the First
Assembly Church on the
Ridge) emceed this years'
Following Mayor Damon
Nicholson arrival in a 1920's
antique Model T from O'Hara's
Restoration the parade %was
underway. Their were many
newcomers to the Frostproof
parade this year, such as
Richard McKenzie and
Sons/Kent and Hollis Harvest-
ing (Best Theme ivinner),
Tina's Salon and Sonshine Tan-
ning, McFarlane's Used Furni-
ture, Frostproof Relay for Life,
JR & Material Co., The Chunka-
Chinka Choo-Chob, Ken's
Mobile Dyno, the Polk County
Sheriff's Office float, as well as
past participants Frostproof
High School Band, Keystone
Realty, Red Hat Ladies, several
local church floats, Lightsey
Electric, New Horizon and
Sunny Days 4-H Clubs, High-
lands Shriner's Club, FMSHS
See Parade -Page 2
notch training, advanced equip-
ment such as in-car laptop com-
puters linked to dispatch and
extensive data-bases, and will be
supported by the full services of
the Polk County Sheriff's Office.
Sheriff Grady Judd explains in
the flyer the savings will be huge
due to the economy of scale -
bulk purchasing non-duplicative
support services, and low cost
overhead spread over a larger
base of operations. The law
enforcement dispatch function
will be consolidated with tme
To contact the new Sheriff's
Station, continue to call the same
telephone numbers for law
enforcement that you always
have. Dial 9-1-1 for emergencies.
Call 635-7849 to report a crime,
something suspicious, or for any
law enforcement related servic-
es. The administrative number
See Deputies Page 2
File now to
avoid the rush
Marsha Faux, Polk County
Property Appraiser, urges new
homeowners who wish to file
for Homestead Exemption for
2007 to file NOW in order to
beat the rush that occurs dur-
ing the normal filing dates of
January 1 to March 1, 2007.
Under Florida law, homeown-
ers may pre-file for Homestead
Exemption and not run the risk
of forgetting to file Homestead
Exemption for 2007.
'.Faux stressed that the
absolute deadline for filing is
To qualify for Homestead
Exemption, the property owner
must furnish a Deed or instru-
ment which has been recorded
with the Clerk of the Court in
the County showing he/she had
title to the property on or
-- before-Ja-i. 1..2007 and-he/she
must reside on the proper on
or before January 1, 2007.
Proof of residency may be
established by some or all of
the following: Proof of Florida
Driver's License and Proof of
Florida License Tag on any
motor vehicle owned by the
property owner or owners,
place of employment, and
Florida Voter's Registration.
Persons filing for Homestead
Exemption are also REQUIRED
to provide their Social Security
Numbers. A husband and wife
must BOTH have a Florida Dri-
ver's License, if both drive.
Mobile home owners who own
both the mobile home and the
land may file for Homestead
Exemption but must bring a
copy of the title or registration
To quality tor Senior Exemp-
tion, the property owner must
have an existing Homestead
-Exemption, be 65 years or
older, and have a combined
See Filing -Page 2
Frostproot News/Cindy Monk
Keeping with parade tradition the Frostproof High School
'Touch of Blue' Marching Band entertained spectators with
their musical instruments. Seen here playing on the drum
is Zachary Spires.
4-H Clubs benefit from Hollywood Movie
Bartow, FL. Area moviego-
ers can support local 4-H youth
by buying tickets to see the new
live-action version of "Char-
lotte's Web," opening in the-
aters Dec. 15. To support local 4-
H, tickets must be purchased
In the movie Fern, played by
Dakota Fanning, wears a 4-H t-
shirt and takes her pig, Wilbur,
to the 4-H Fair.
As the only educational
youth development program
connected to Florida's land-
grant colleges and universities,
4-H encourages young people
to use their head, heart, hands
and health to become strong,
confident and contributing citi-
"The 4-H emblem will be
prominent in the movie," said
Nicole Walker, Polk County
Extension 4-H Agent. "I. hope
that it will encourage kids, par-
ents and communities to find
out what 4-H is now, in 2006,
and discover how participating
can be a positive part of their
In "Charlotte's Web," Fern
uses her head, heart, hands and
health to encourage family and
friends to save Wilbur from the
smokehouse. Fern's hard work
and dedication to Wilbur shows
exactly the level of commitment
young people make in 4-H -
whether they are raising a pig,
designing a Web site or partici-
pating in local community serv-
ice activities, they give their best
in whatever they do.
Fern exemplifies the essen-
tial elements of 4-H Youth
Development belonging, mas-
tery, independence and gen-
erosity as she helps save
Wilbur and brings the commu-
"I'm very excited about the
movie," said Etta Robinson, a
Polk County 4-H volunteer club
leader for the Green Swamp 4-H
Club. "It's a fantastic way for
movie studios and 4-H to work
The movie opens in theaters
Dec. 15, but "Charlotte's Web"
tickets will be available for pur-
chase Dec. 8 through Jan. 31,
2007. To support local 4-H, tick-
ets to "Charlotte's Web" must
be purchased through
on the ticket buyer's zip code, a
$1 donation will be made by
Hollywood Movie Money to the
Florida 4-H Foundation.
The Foundation supports
local 4-H programs throughout
the state through special pro-
gram grants, teen leadership
events, scholarships and nation-
al award trips. Polk County 4-
H'ers benefit from the founda-
tion's efforts by winning
scholarships, attending Florida
4-H Congress a competitive
and leadership learning event,
and participating in Florida 4-H
Legislature a civic learning
program held annually in Talla-
S"This partnership will help
youth in your state," Robinson
said. "This is the first time some-
thing like this has been done for
See 4-H -Page 2
On Dec 7, the third annual
Tampa Bay Business Journal
Business of the Year Awards
\'ere announced to a crowd of
o er 500 at the Hyatt Regency
in do%%\nlown Tampa.
Across a field of thirty-eight
organizations and individual
finalists, a%%ard winners were
announced in the nine busi-
ness categories: building
trades, education, government,
health care, manufacturing,
professional services, rookie
business, business team and
The Polk County Tax Collec-
tor's Office won for the Gov-
This award, presented
annually to organizations with-
in the Tampa Bay seven county
region, carries with it tremen-
dous visibility out to its broad
distribution of subscribers as
well as through this year's
sponsors, RBC Bank, Bay News
9, Audio Visual Support Ser-
vice, Inc. and Tampa BayWork-
"We believe that our hard
work and customer service will
continue to deliver on our mis-
sion and vision, changing peo-
ples' perception of what gov-
Sernment can accomplish;"
Tedder shared. In accepting the
award, Joe Tedder thanked the
other finalist in the Govern-
ment category, the U.S. Postal
See Tedder -Page 2
i-rostprooT News/iny monIU
New Sergeant joins Rotary
Sergeant Larry Roberts of the Polk County Sheriff's
Office recently joined the Frostproof Rotary Club under
the sponsorship of Bea Reifeis. Sgt. Roberts has been
appointed by the PCSO as the Sergeant in charge of the
Frostproof Station. Pictured: Rotary President Ralph
Waters, Bea Reifeis and Sgt. Larry Roberts.
Holiay Srvics & rogrms isid
2 The Frostproof News, Thursday, December 14,2006
Continued From Page 1
household income that does not
exceed the defined limit. Please
contact our office for further infor-
The Property Appraiser's
offices are located at: Bartow- 255
N. Wilson Avenue, 863-534-4777,
Lakeland- 912 East Parker 863-
413-2549, Winter Haven- 3425
Lake Alfred Road, 3 Gill Jones
Office hours are 8:30 AM to 5
PM Monday thru Friday. If a prop-
erty owner has any questions
about Homestead or any other
exemptions, they may call for fur-
Continued From Page 1
Service, for their part in the tax
office's successful delivery of tax
The Polk County Tax Collec-
tor's Office was recognized for
their efforts in streamlining the
collection process, innovation,
and offering more online access
and less in-house wait time for
taxpayers. "Among the most
recent innovations is a self-devel-
oped lobby queuing system in
every branch office that reduced
wait times to 10 minutes or less in
90 percent of the transactions. In
85 percent of the visits, wait times
were less than five minutes," the
In 2006, the offices experi-
enced a 6 percent increase in
combined mail and online trans-
actions. Despite this, under Ted-
der's leadership, his staff has
maintained a 48 hour response
time 98 percent of the time.
Innovations in online tax cer-
tificate sales and delinquency
enforcement have driven down
receivables by 72 percent, helping
the tax collection from real estate
taxes achieve a 99 percent collec-
Other innovations include out-
reach programs such as the
Tourist Development Academy
educational seminars for the
vacation home rental industry,
License Plate Renewal public
service announcements, which
invite non-profit specialty plate
foundations to partner in a shared
message to vehicle owners, Polk
County Kids Tag Art, a 5th grade
fundraising program for the coun-
ty schools' art programs, familiar-
izing the public with the tax col-
lector website, and mobile home
tax clinics county-wide.
The organization is also the
founding member in the Polk
County Constitutional Round-
table and the IT Roundtable as
well as Polk Vision's Elected Lead-
ership Summit. The Polk County
Tax Collector's office also shares
best practices with other tax
offices around the state through
the state Florida Tax Collectors'
association and is an active partic-
ipant in numerous coalitions.
For more information, go to
rrosrproorT News/Ilncly Monk
In their quest to bring a smile to children's faces the Highlands County Shriners were on hand at the Frostproof Christmas
Continued From Page 1
Dog Rock Caf6, Rotary Interna-
tional, Frostproof Boy Scouts fol-
lowed by the Cub Scouts just to
name a few.
This years' float winners
were: First Assembly of God
Church on the Ridge Christmas
float was awarded the 'Mayor's
Choice' trophy. The 'Best Theme'
(Twas the Night Before Christ-
mas) was awarded to the
Richard McKenzie and Hollis and
Kent Harvesting float. The 'Most
Original' trophy was Emmanuel
Baptist Church as they depicted
the 2006 theme, 'A Florida Christ-
Frostproof News/Cindy Monk
Little Tyler Thornton peeks
down the road to see if more
parade floats are approach-
Frostproof News/Cindy Monk
Deputies Jeff Bellamy, John Ripke and Jose Aponte from the
Southeast Commanding Unit were out visiting and introduc-
ing their selves to Frostproof residents and local business
owners Thursday, Dec. 7
Continued From Page 1
for the Frostproof Sheriff's Station
is 635-7848 and the fax number is
Frostproof resident Cindy Byrd
will be the administrative staff
person for the office. Sergeant
Larry Roberts will be the supervi-
sor in charge of the Station. For
additional assistance, you may
also call the Polk County Sheriff's
Office Southeast District at 678-
4170, the East Region command-
er at 297-1100, or the main opera-
tions center at 863-533-0344 or
toll-free 1-800-226-0344. To con-
tact Sheriff Judd directly, please
call his office at 863-534-6647 or
send him an e-mail at
A message from Sheriff Grady
Judd: I am committed to building
a productive partnership with
Frostproof's city government,
businesses, and citizens. It is our
job to provide the City of Frost-
proof with top quality law
enforcement services- we are
proud to be your law enforce-
ment provider. If there s anything
my staff and I can do to help,
please call. Thank you for work-
ing with us to help keep Frost-
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Fire Dept. receives gift
The Frostproof Fire Department received a special gift at
their annual Christmas dinner held Dec. 4. Mary Wooten
and son Davie presented the Frostproof Fire & Rescue
Team with a quilt in appreciation of their commitment as
volunteers. Each cross on the quilt has a firefighter
emblem in the center and at the top of the quilt is embroi-
dered with Frostproof Fire & Rescue 2006. The quilt will
be displayed on the wall of the fire department. Pictured
left to right; Doug Wise, Davie and Mary Wooten and
Frostproof Fire Chief Bill Lord.
Frostproof News/Cindy Monk
This years Christmas Parade 'Master and Mistress of Cere-
monies' were Wayne and Jennifer Lee of the First Assembly's
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The Frostproof News, Thursday, December 14, 2006
Dorothy E Godwin
Dorothy F. Godwin, 80, of Frost-
proof died Monday, Dec. 11, 2006
at The Groves Center in Lake
Born Nov. 01, 1926 in Tampa;
she has been a lifelong resident of
Lake Wales and Frostproof. She
was a homemaker, a member of
the First Baptist Church of Frost-
proof. She was an accomplished
seamstress and a devoted mother
Survivors include her former
husband, Royce K. Godwin Sr. of
Lake Wales; daughter, Sue Ann
and John Fox of Auburn, AL; sons,
Royce K. and Stephanie Godwin Jr.
of Frostproof; Joe and Rhonwyn
Godwin of Orlando; 7 grandchil-
dren, Ken, Michele, Amanda,
Kristin, Andrea, Shane, and Tan-
nah; and 5 great-grandchildren,
Coral, Ocean, Brooks, Gunnar, and
Graveside services were held
Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2006 at the
Silver Hill Cemetery in Frostproof
with Rev. John Fox and Rev. Darrol
Hood officiating. In lieu of flowers,
family requests donations be made
to the First Baptist Church, Renova-
tions Fund, 96 West B Street, Frost-
proof, Florida 33843
Marion Nelson Funeral Home
of Frostproof was in charge of
Melba Arlene Bryant
Melba Arlene Bryant, 64, of
Frostproof died Monday, Nov. 27,
Born Feb. 12, 1942 in Ashburn,
GA; she was a retired nursing assis-
tant for Dr. Bateman's office. She
was a member of the Southside
Survivors include her daugh-
ters, Cindy Hudgins of Babson
Park; Sandy Ferrell of Frostproof;
son, Samuel Hudgins ofWauchula;
brother, Howell Bryant of Winter
Haven; 8 grandchildren and 4
Funeral services were held
Thursday, Nov. 30, 2006 at the
Southside Baptist in Frostproof
with Rev. Steve Bass officiating.
Interment followed at the Forrest
Hill Cemetery in Haines City.
Marion Nelson Funeral Home
of Frostproof was in charge of
SuDmlttea pnoto/susan -looa
Sponsor a FHS senior
Kayla Motis is pictured above with her Uncle John Motis
of Chemical Containers, Inc. John and the company is
sponsoring Kayla and four other seniors for Project
Graduation. Kayla is currently captain of the band's color
guard, secretary of the National Honor Society, a year-
book business team member, and a member of FFEA....
After high school, Kayla plans to pursue a nursing
degree at the University of Central Florida. Project Grad-
uation is a coordinated community effort, committed to
keeping our graduating seniors safe on graduation night
with an all-night chaperoned, drug and alcohol free
event. It is estimated this all-night adventure will cost a
minimum of $100 per senior. The Project Graduation
Committee challenges everyone in the community to
sponsor a senior for this event. Please contribute to this
worthy cause and accept the challenge! If you would like
to sponsor a senior, contact Russ Flood, or you may
send donations (along with a note about which student
you are sponsoring) to Project Graduation, Post Office
Box 1292, Frostproof, FL., 33843.
Submitted photo/Frostproof Elementary
Emily Hernandez and Cariesha Thompson represented
Frostproof Elementary at the Student Appreciation Day in
Winter Haven on Nov. 14, 2006. The event was sponsored
by the Winter Haven Optimist Club. The students were
chosen because they exhibit good attitude, good con-
duct and do their best everyday. The students were
accompanied by Mrs. Pat Jones, guidance counselor.
LW Art Center
The Lake Wales Arts Center
announces the winners of the 3rd
Annual National Invitational Exhib-
it: Sounds of Music. Entries were
received from as far away as Wash-
ington State and Ohio for this spe-
cial, annual exhibit. The winners
are: Best of Show ($1,000): The
Saxophone Man, Joan B. Lewis,
West Palm Beach FL, 1st Place
($500): Fiddling Around, Norma
Vantrease, Lake Hamilton, FL, 2nd
Place ($300): Player, Harry
Longstreet, Bainbridge Island, WA,
3rd Place ($200): The Student, Pat
Wietholter, N. Knoxville, OH, HM:
Digital Dance, Linda Johnson, Lake
Wales FL, HM: Colette and Flute, K
C Pittman, Bartow, FL.
The exhibit which opened on
Thursday Dec. 7, 2006 from 5 7
p.m. will be on display in the gallery
until Jan. 21, 2007. Along with the
art exhibit will be the Streitwieser
Collection of Instruments from
around the world. These antique
instruments have come from two
museums; one in Austria and one
in Pennsylvania, and the private col-
lection of Franz Streitwieser.
This amazing collection of
instruments include alphorns,
hunting horns, a shofar of rams
horn, trumpets from France, bugles
from Germany, a very fine collec-
tion of hand painted ceramic instru-
ments from Holland, and much
more. These instruments represent
the finest brass and wind instru-
ments ever made, some of which
date back several centuries.
For more information about this
exhibit or any other event at the
Lake Wales Arts Center call 863-
676-8426. The exhibit is open daily
from 9 a.m 4 p.m., Saturday from
10 a.m. 4 p.m. and Sunday after-
noon from 1 4 p.m. There is no
admission to the exhibit or historic
Holiday toy drive
The Frostproof Care Center is
preparing for the holidays and
needs your help! The Care Center is
expecting to help nearly\ 200 lIcmi-
lies throughout the holidays with
food boxes as well as children's
The Care Center is in need of
non-perishable food items to fill the
food boxes that are given to fami-
lies in need at Thanksgiving and
Christmas. You can also help byvol-
unteering to stock shelves with
food, make up food boxes, and
deliver food to the families.
Please sponsor a family or indi-
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goods and items for a delicious hol-
iday meal, including a turkey roast
for $23 per unit or by donating a toy
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FES Principal Carol Reynolds, Bea Reifeis, Kenny Godwin and Bill Mcdonald.
Rotary delivers $1000 check
The Frostproof Rotary in con-
junction.with Wal-Mart presented
Frostproof Elementary with a
$1000 check on Friday, Dec. 8 for
the schools accelerated reading
program. Rotary members were
-. featured on their in-school televi-
sion network morning announce-
ment program. The Rotary was
graciously announced by FES
morning anchors Ms. Anna Plair
and Alisha Burgess.
Frostproof Elementary news anchors Ms. Anna Plair and Ms.
Alisha Burgess had special guest to their morning news
show on Friday, Dec. 8. The Frostproof Rotary stopped by to
deliver a check for the schools reading program.
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Holiday Church Services
Submitted photo/Bea Reifeis
First United Methodist Choir will perform their annual Christ-
mas Cantata Dec. 17.
The chancel choir of the First
United Methodist Church of Frost-
proof will perform a Christmas
Cantata on Sunday, Dec. 17. The
music for the Cantata, "The Perfect
Christmas," was written by Stan
Pethel and beautifully portrays the
Christmas message through mean-
ingful songs. Most of all, a clear pres-
entation of the gospel and an unde-
niable affirmation of the Lordship of
Christ will endear this work to
church members and visitors alike.
The cantata will be performed
during the regular worship service
at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 17.
The First United Methodist Church
of Frostproof is located at 150
Devane across the street from the
Latt Maxcy Memorial Library. Sun-
day school begins at 9:15 a.m. For
additional information, please call
the church office at 635-3107.
Puppet team to
Emmanuel Baptist Fellowship
Church will host their Children's
Christmas Program, Sunday, Dec.
17-The children's choir and the
"God Squad" puppet team get
together to celebrate the true
meaning of Christmas. The pro-
gram will be during the 10:45
a.m. service only.
Emmanuel Baptist is located at
1400 County Road 630 West. For
more information please call 635-
The First Baptist Church
announces their annual Christmas
Cantata 'A King is born, All Rise"
Sunday, Dec. 17, 6 p.m. "under the
direction of Ed Strickland" in the
Sanciuarv Childcare wIill be provid-
ed. Pefreshmcrilts \ill follow and a
"special visitor-will be handing
goody bags out to all the children.
First Baptist Church of Frostproof is
located at 96 West B Street. For
more information call 863-635-
Family Life Church
Family Life Church Christmas
Candlelight Service will be held
Sunday, Dec. 24 at 10 a.m. Church
services are held in the Frostproof
Middle/Senior High School cafete-
ria, 1000 Palm Avenue. For informa-
tion ple.se call 63512704.
First Presbyteriani Church of
Frostproof, 101 N. Palm Ave., will
be holding the following Christmas
Services: Choral Christmas Pro-
gram on Sunday, Dec. 17 at 3 p.m.
and a Christmas Eve Communion
and Candlelight Service, Sunday,
Dec. 24 at 7 p.m. For more informa-
tion call 635-3955.
LW Chorale presents
The Lake Wales Chorale, the
Lake Wales Youth Chorale, soloists
and orchestra presents a Vaughan
Williams Christmas on Dec. 15 &16
at 8 p.m. at the First Presbyterian
Church in Lake Wales. The concert
features two British Cathedral clas-
sics, Fantasia on Christmas Carols
Soloists for the performance will
include soprano Alana Trimmier,
tenor Lee Cobb, and baritone
Anthony Offerle. Alana is a gradu-
ate of Florida State University in
music and is from Frostproof. Lee
Cobb is Assistant Carillonneur at
Historic Bok Sanctuary and Tony
Offerle is director of opera at the
University of Florida in Gainesville.
Tickets for this special concert
are on sale now at the Lake Wales
Arts Center for only $15 adults and
$4 for students. This concert is gen-
erously sponsored by Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Maxwell, Center State
Bank, Feltrim Development Inc.
NA. The Developer of Mayfaire, Ray
Jackson and Antoinette Biggs Jack-
son and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Camp-
bell. Call now and reserve your
Letter to the Editor
We, the members of the Lions
Club of Frostproof, wish to thank
those businesses which donated
gifts to the Lions Club's annual
Christmas Dinner. Lions' mission is
to serve all people for humanitari-
an needs, both here in the commu-
nity and world wide, by providing
services to the blind and helping
the visually impaired.
Lions is the world's largest com-
munity service organization. Its
members donate many hours in
service and fundraising to provide
sight related services to the
schools, seeing eye dog training,
Lions' Camp for visually impaired
children, scholarships, etc.
We are very appreciative of our
community's support. A heartfelt,
special thanks to the
following businesses: Harvey's
Minit Market, Bagwell Lumber Co.,
Frostproof Family Restaurant, Wat-
son's Pharmacy, Sun Trust Bank,
Citizens' Bank & Trust,, Home and
Farm Supply, Southern Charm
Florist, Griffin Fertilizer Co.,
McDonald's, Foodway, and Frost-
Mr. Don Hess-Florida Lion's
How did Blue
Jordan get its name?
For me, history gets more inter-
esting the closer to home it gets.
Consider some local place names,
for example. Just east of Frostproof
is Blue Jordan Forest. With each
passing year fewer people remem-
ber that this relatively recent resi-
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A Christmas Musical of Praise and
Rejoicing for the Christmas Season
Sanctuary Choir Of
Frostproof First Baptist Church
Oak Avenue and "B" Street
Under Direction of:
Ed Strickland, Minister of Music
SUNDAY *DECEMBER 17th
dential area was named after the
barely noticeable slough that flows
between Lake Arbuckle and Lake
Walk in Water and crosses under
Hwy 630 shortly east of Walk in
Water Road. Today, hardly anyone
knows that there is also a Brown
Jordan. Before she passed away
some years ago, Gertrude Richards
(Moser) told me that Brown Jor-
dan is the slough that seeps out of
the bayhead near the new State
Forest office just east of Wardlaw
Road, and it flows under Hwy 630
to Reedy Lake. (By the way, Jordan
was, and still is, pronounced "Jer-
dun" by Frostproof natives.)
My question for you is, "What is
a Jordan?" No one I have spoken
with seems to know. Whoever
named it, didn't name it "Blue Jor-
dan Creek"; they just named it
"Blue Jordan" as though a "Jor-
dan" was a type of waterway. Does
anyone out there know anything
about the origin of the names
"Blue Jordan" and "Brown Jor-
dan"? I hope so, because it would
be a shame to lose the story behind
these two interesting names.
I looked on-line and found
some clues. One old meaning of
the Arabic word "Jordan" was
"watering place", and a more
modern (14th century AD)
Hebrew definition was "urinal".
Perhaps these two tiny waterways
were local watering holes for cattle
or horses (or people for that mat-
ter) and one may have had clear
(blue) water and the other had tan-
nic (brown) water. Maybe these
watering places had sulfur-
smelling water and they named
them "jordans" to be a humorous
way to complain about their smell
by comparing them to a urinal. Per-
haps they just borrowed Jordan
from the biblical Jordan River. But,
if so, why? And why didn't they also
name other nearby creeks "Jor-
dans", for example Reedy Creek
and Livingston Creek were not
named Reedy Jordan and Liv-
Good clues, however, come
from local people, not from far off
sources. So, if you remember your
Granny or your Great Uncle talking
about Blue Jordan or Brown Jor-
dan, please search your memory
and share what you remember.
FP Art League
Stop by and enjoy a feast for the
eye at the Frostproof Art Gallery.
Now on display for the month of
December is the "Master's Display"
These are works of art by Art
League members that have won
ribbons at Art Shows in the last few
Artist of the month for Decem-
ber is Charlie Nesmith. His specialty
is miniature paintings. They will be
on display the month of December.
Pat Bowen has started a begin-
ner's class in acrylics and meets on
Wednesday mornings at 9:30 a.m.
Space is still available. Ms. Bowen
also has classes on Monday morn-
ing and evenings for intermediate
to advanced students.
Vicki Alley continues "one
Stroke" painting classes on Tuesday
evenings. A.new class for beginners
is opening soon.
The Gallery is open Tuesday
thru Friday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The
Gallery is located next to Citizens
Bank at 12 East Wall St. in down-
town Frostproof. For more informa-
tion please call 635 7271.
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Tos& Games 730
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FREEZER- Very large, Like
new. $1000. (239)248-4758
GE WASHER & DRYER- Less
than 1 yr old, white, paid
$700 asking $300
RANGE, 24" electric, good
STOVE, Frigidiare, Smooth
Top, Electric. Great condi-
tion. Moving. $150.
STOVE- Whirlpool, electric,
glass top, white, $100
WASHER & DRYER, Kenmore,
Good shape. $175 for both.
WASHER & DRYER- White,
$300 will separate
WASHER/DRYER- LG, Under
warr. til '09. Like new. Pd.
$2000. Asking $800 or best
TANNING BED- 2 yrs old, ex-
cellent condition, $1000 or
best offer (863)467-1152
ADULT 3 WHEEL BICYCLE,
Miami Sun, $100 or best
DYNO AIR BIKE- w/green pegs
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handle bar. Good cond. $50
LOW RIDER BICYCLE- Like
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will sell sep (863)763-8225
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(352)498-077-8 Toll Free
BED- RACECAR, Little Tikes,
blue, bed only, excellent con-
dition, $150. (863)634-3069
CAR SEAT- Even-flo, excellent
condition, pink w/ detachable
base $30 (863)983-6310 after
CLOTHES- Little Girls, Size 2T,
Never worn. 20 outfits total.
MENS MOTORCYCLE JACK-
ET, Black leather, with pon-
chos & fringe, size 44. $150
WEDDING DRESS- White w/
silver beading, Size 14, paid
$600 asking $150
BASEBALL COLLECTION: 12
Autographed. Most in cases.
Mint condition. $2500 for the
complete set. (863)357-0125
over 3000 $800 or best of-
STEELERS SPORTS COLLEC-
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Bear. All in 1 package. $70
WEDDING GOWN- lace/ satin,
small train, size 5, 52 yrs
DELL COMPUTER XR Office,
games, Fast, $149
QUILTING FRAME, Hinterberg,
Wooden, For King or Queen.
ACCENT TABLES, (3), white,
1) rectangle, (1) round &
1) round with lamp, $40.
ARMOIRE / ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER- Black, all wood,
$250 or best offer
BR SET- Antique, mahogany,
1900's, full size, 2 NS, hdbd,
ftbrd, chest, mirror $2200
BUNK BED, Loft style, all in
one, purchased at Badcock,
exc. cond. $500
(863)763-6430 Iv. msg.
CHAIRS (35), Brown metal,
folding. $105 for all or will
Chase Lounge Elegant, solid
cream velour like material,
$250 or best offer
COFFEE TABLE & 2 end tables
with drawers, all oak .wood.
$150 for set, (863)675-4098
COMPUTER ARMOIRE, Dark
wood, double doors close
with key lock. $100
COMPUTER DESK, 312' long x
4' tall. Has top shelf and
cabinet, $40 (863)763-5067
COMPUTER DESK, 72'x30'
deep, with top tower shelf,
excellent condition. $45
COMPUTER DESK, with hutch,
small drawer, file cabinet &
keyboard drawer. $75
COUCH & LOVESEAT, Floral
Print, Matching. Good condi-
tion. $150. (863)467-8223
DAYBED: Trundle, Like new.
Only 1 year old. $300.
DESK, 6 drawers. $20
DESK, HUTCH & matching
wood file cabinet. Excellent
DINING TABLE, Glass top,
Metal legs (Metallic look). With
6 chairs. Like new. $350.
(239)537-4253 LeBelle area
DR SUITE- 5pc solid wood,
excellent condition $275
DRESSER & 2 NIGHT.
STANDS, $50 for all.
Colonial pine, for 65" TV or
FUTON MATTRESS- nice, ex-
tra thick, forest green w/mat-
tress cover, $50.
KING SIZE MATTRESS- like
new, $450 (863)634-5225
KITTEN- Male, orange tabby
& white. approx 8 wks old,
bottle fed, $15.
CHAIR- excellent condition
PEDESTAL TABLE- Round,
Oak, Old, Good condition.
$100. (863)763-6342 Okee-
SOFA BED, Beige background
w/green & rose floral print.
Excellent condition. $350.
(863)763-6342 Okee. area.
SOFA- Like new. Wine col-
ored, with recliners at each
end. $250 (863)675-0777
SOFA SECTIONAL, 3 pc. set
w/Sleeper & Recliner. Light
beige pattern. Excellent con-
dition. $525. (863)357-5754
WING BACK CHAIR, blue/bur-
undy/green check, asking
50. (8 3)675-4098
CARPINE- US Springfield,
model 1884, has type "C"
front to sight, $1200 or best
COBRA ARMS- 9 MM, Denin-
ger, holster $ cartridges,
125 or best offer
MAGS- (3) Ruger Mini 14,
steel, not used, $145
PISTOL- 25 automatic, $125
RIFLE, Ruger All Weather,
stainless steel, 10/22, with
scope, extras. $275
SHOTGUN- Springfield 20ga,
double barrel. $300.
SMITH & WESSON- Highway
Patrolman model 28, 357
mag, 4" bbl., target grips &
Sights $350 (937)215-0307
TAURAS, 745 45 cal., 3.3"
7 shot. semi-auto pistol, new
in box. $450 (863)467-2315
WINCHESTER- Ranger 30-30,
mint cond., SKS many ac-
cess, $1000 for both will sep
(863)763-2032 Iv msg
BAR BELL WEIGHT SET- New
in box. With multi-function
BO FLEX SPORTS- Mint con-
dition. Pd. $1400. Will sell
for, $500. -You haul.
18631801-1891 after 3pm
TREADMILL- New, Pertect
Westco. Cadence 7E, Fold &
store. $275. (561)722-0401
WEIGHT BENCH- Great shape,
like new, $100 or best offer
(863)673-2896 ask for Vicki
TRASH CONTAINER- Wood,
decorative country, kitchen,
holds 13 gallons. Only $20.
DIAMOND RING- 1/2 ct,
$425. Neg. (863)675-7105
LIGHT FIXTURES- Fluores-
cent. 2'x2' with cover &
bulbs. Never used. Still in
box. $10. (863)763-1997
ADJUSTABLE BED, Ultramatic,
twin, electric w/vibrate & re-
mote. Exc. cond. $2700 new,
asking $1100. (863)763-6907
Pride Jazzy w/joystick. Exc
cond, $5700 new, asking
FREE DIABETIC SUPPLIES!
MEDICARE PATIENTS! Call
Us Toll Free (866)294-3476
and receive a FREE METER!
Am-Med Quality Diabetic
LIFT CHAIR, Beige, $300
WHEEL CHAIR, Elec., Metallic
Maroon. Used 10 hrs. Brand
newly Built in charger & rear
AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train
for high paying Aviation
Maintenance Career. FAA ap-
proved program. Financial
aid if qualified Job place-
ment assistance. CALL Avia-
tion Institute of Maintenance
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE
from Home. *Medical,
*Computers *Criminal Jus-
tice. Job placement assis-
tance. Computer provided.
Financial Aid if qualified. Call
CAMERA PHONE- Nextel 1850,
New in box $250.
CAMERA PHONE- Nextel 1870,
w/ MP3 and Blue Tooth, Like
New, $295. (863)634-7125
children, etc. Only one sig-
nature required! *Excludes
govt. fees! Call weekdays
(8am-6pm) Alta Divorce,
LLC. Established 1977.
FISH TANK- 55 gal., stand and
GATSBY WHIRLPOOL TUB -
Rectangular, seats 4. Kept in-
side, great condition. W/Cover.
$1500. 863-843-09:13 Lv msg
TANNING BED- Soltech, 28
bulb, Commercial or residen-
tial. Excellent condition.
TANNING BED- Sun Star, 32
bulb, (3) facial tanners,
bulbs recently replaced,
WELDER PRO SYSTEM- like
new, $200 firm.
YAMAHA ZUMA SCOOTER-
'05, 49cc, 40 actual miles,.
Garage kept. $1700.
DRUMS, Ludwig Junior,5 .
piece, with symbols & stool.
Lke new. Retails $355, asking
GUITAR- JOHNSON Acoustic,
Black, excellent tone, seldom
used, like new, soft case,
BEAGLE, AKC reg., tri color,
male, 6 mos. old, shots up
to date, needs room to run.
BEAGLE PUPPIES(4): Females,
6 wks, wormed & 1st shots,
APR reg. incl. pedigree certify.
$250 ea. (863)634-7723
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES- UKC
Cert. All shots, Vet. checked.
$300, $400 & $450.
FISH TANK- 150. gallon. $300
or best offer. (863)673-2896
FISH TANKS- 150 gal, 50 gal.,
29 gal, (2) 10 gal., all for
$160 or will sell separate
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS,
parents on premises, CKC, 4
& 1 F Vet checked & shots.
$550 each. (863)824-6781
JACK RUSSELL PUPPIES, (5),
ready 12/22, will hold til
Christmas, $200 each.
LR SET- 6PC, North Carolina,
brown, DR TABLE w/5
chairs, sturdy, all for $500
neg. (863)675-2783 Muse
SCHNAUZER silver, 22 mos
old, ears & tail cropped, all
shots $295 (561)271-1032
QUILTING MACHINE: "Stretch"
Long Arm, Frame & Tracks.
Everything included. $2500
POOL TABLE, slate,- 8', $300.
SUB WOOFERSJ 4, Memphis
12's in a custom ported ox.
Brand new. $650. or best of-
ANTENNA, Newl 5 ms 9000 Ir,
Directional, Amplified, In-
door/Outdoor internal ro-
tor. $139. (863)763-7989
HD PROJECTION TV- 55" ask-
ing $500 or best offer
TV, Large 60", Good condi-
tion. $800. (239)248-4758
BENCH DRILL PRESS, Crafts-
man, 1/2" chuck. $100
COMPOUND MITER SAW,
Dewat, used once, $300 or
best offer. (863)697-8837
6 Frostproof News, Thursday, December 14, 2006
COMPOUND SAW- Portable
Craftsman, cut's angle, new
blade and stand $60
ELECTRIC PRESSURE WASH-
ER, 1200 psi, $100
GENERATOR: EG3500, Honda,
brand new, still in box. $950.
portable, 5500 watts, 7350
starting watts, brand new.
JOHN DEERE POWER UNIT,
Diesel, 4 cyl. Complete
w/radiator & fuel tank.
MIG WELDER, 25' spool gun
with accessories. $1400.
PRESSURE WASHER: 2700
PSI, Sears. $350.
WELDER, portable, 200 amp,
engine driven, $450.
BARBIE CAR, 6 volt battery
SCOOTER, Battery operated,
Sunl. $75 (863)467-4567
Your new home could be
In today's paper. Have
you looked for It?
ORECK XL, lots of extra bags,
only used 2 times, top of the
line, pd $900, asking $350.
KARAOKE- Professional, Vo-
cal Pro., $100 (863)467-9054
SPEAKER- 12" audiobahn, 1
truck and 1 car box, 200
watt amp, power, wires &
NEW COIN COLLECTOR want-
ing to add to my collection.
Please call to sell coins &
paper money 239-693-4891
Time to clean out the
attic, basement and/or
garage? Advertise your
yard sale In the classl-
fleds and make your
clean on a breeze
CHRISTMAS TREE, 6 ft., with
dozens of ornaments. 25
years old, looks real. $50
Christmas Trees 745
Farm Equipment 805
Farm Feed,,Proc' .ts 810
Farm Miscellaneous 815
Farm Produce 820
Services Wanted 830
Lawn & Garden 850
BALES OF HAY, 100 bales,
$200. or will sell separate.
AQUA 9 year old Palomino
Gelding, 15.3 Hands, $1875
or best offer. 863-824-0505
BUCKSKIN-PAINT, 3.5 years
old mare. 16 hands. Very
sweet. Rides good. Incld all
tack. $2500. (863)357-6642
PALOMINO MARE, Around 20
years old, brood mare only.
SADDLE HORSE, registered,
spotted, 15 hands, 13 yrs,
gentle disposition. To good
home. $1000 (863)467-4049
Find It faster. Sell It soon-
er In the classified
BAR-B-Q Grill, All stainless
steel, complete w/bottle. Like
new. $175 (863)610-1120
GAS GRILL, Charbroil, 2 burn-
er, with lava rocks. $50
LAWN MOWER- Self pro-
pelled, very good condition,
$125 (863)763-8225 or
RIDING MOWER, Dixon with
15.5hp Craftsman new mo-
tor. $300 (239)986-0296
RIDING MOWER, Murray
12hp, runs perfect, needs
RIDING MOWER: MURRAY,
46", Good condition. $300
TORO ZTR MOWER, like new,
Duplex, central air/heat, 324 W
4th St. $475/mo. 1st, last &
$400 security (863)438-8301
OKEECHOBEE, To share 3BR
house, utilities & cable incl.
$600/mo. 1st months rent &
sec. req'd. (863)673-6559
Business Places -
Property Sale 1010
Farms Sale 1020
Houses Sale 1025
Hunting Property 1030
Property Sale 1035
Land Sale 1040
Lots Sale 1045
Open House 1050
Out of State -
Property Sale 1055
Real Estate Wanted 1065
Resort Property -
Warehouse Space 1075
Waterfront Property 1080
PALM HARBOR Factory Liqui-
dation Sale. 2006 Models
Must Go! Modular, Mobile &
* Stilt Homes. 0% DOWN
When You Own Your Own
Land!! Call for FREE Color
SMALL. 2BR/1BA Detached
garage, fenced, lots of shade.
Next to Clinch Lake Boat Land-
ing. $72K. 863-638-2510
Business Places 910
Farm Property -
House Rent 930
Land Rent 935
Resort Property -
Rooms to Rent 955
Storage Space -
PliIIITI .*A -___-
NORTH FLORIDA LAND FOR
SALE: 20-acre Chestnut Or-
chard, Suwannee County;
10- and 20-acre tracts, high
& dry, Madison County;
BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAROLI-
NA. MUST SEE BEAUTIFUL
& COLORFUL FALL FOLI-
AGE! WESTERN NC MOUN-
TAINS Homes, Cabins,
Acreage & INVESTMENTS.
Cherokee Mountain Realty
GMAC Real Estate, Murphy.
Call for free brochure
Coastal Georgia- New, Pre-
Construction Golf Commu-
nity. Large lots & condos w/
deepwater, marsh, golf, na-
ture views. Gated, Golf, Fit-
ness Center, Tennis, Trails,
Docks. $70k's- $300k.
Gulf front lots $595k. Homes
starting mid $300k. New
master planned ocean front
community on beautiful
Mustang Island, near Corpus
Christi, TX. www.cinnamon-
NORTH CAROLINA- BEAUTI-
SFUL BLUE RIDGE Mountain
Views. 3.2 Acre Mountain
Estate. Heavily Wooded with
Stream. EZ Financing-
North Carolina Cool Mountain
Air, Views & Streams,
Homes, Cabins & Acreage.
(800)642-5333. Realty Of
Murphy 317 Peachtree St.
Murphy, N.C.. 28906.
TENNESSEE Affordable lake &
mountain properties. Low
property taxes. No state in-
come tax Four seasons-
Southern hospitality. For
more info Call Lakeside Re-
VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS Large
5 acre tract along very wide
trout stream with private ele-
vated homesite, good ac-
cess, view, trees, nearby
WYOMING RANCH DISPER-
SAL 35 acres 49,900; 70
acres- $89,900; 110 acres -
mountain views. Surrounded
by govt land. Abundant wild-
life. Recreational paradise.
Low taxes. EZ terms. Call
Utah Ranches, LLC.
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Mobile Home Lots 2005
Mobile Home Parts 2010
Mobile Homes Rent 2015
Mobile Homes Sale 2020
MOBILE HOME STEPS- with
railing $45 (863)697-3090
An 800 sq. ft. living area
in Barlows Fish Camp,
441 SE, c/a, good cond.,
$14,500 neg. 863)763-4149
Earn some extra cash.
Sel your used Items In
Jet Skis 3015
Marine Accessories 3020
Marine Miscellaneous 3025
Sport Vehlict/ATVs 3035
BASS '90- 21 ft., stratos with
200 hp mercury, hyd. steer-
Sing and gps system $5500
EXTENSION BAR for pulling
boat or trailer. Asking $100.
HURRICANE DECK BOAT 20'
better than new. Loaded.
W/trlr. Reduced to $16,000
due to health. Call
JON Boat- 12'FT., transom,
great for hunting, green, 6 hp
Johnson, trailer excellent
cond. $400 (863)763-8797
MASTERCRAFT 1995, Ski
Boat w/trailer. Great shape!
RANGER 354V 1992, 150 hp
Evinrude XP, SS Prop., Com-
plete rebuild w/less than 75
rs. 36 v. motor guide, 3 bank
charger, tournament rigged.
Ranger trailer w/new wheels &
tires. Cover. Always garaged.
SPIRIT SAILBOAT- 23', Wind
generator. New 9.8 0/B. Good
working cond. Just pulled from
water $7000. (863)484-0625
Ranger 520VX, '01, 225hp
Evin., 101 lb. thrust trolling
mtr., jack plate, steel prop,
GPS map w/depth & fish
finder, charger sys., bimini
top, dbl axle trlr & much
more.Health problems, Must
Sell! $18,900. NADA value
Need a few more bucks to
deer? Pick up some
extra bucks when you
sell your used Items In
Coachmen Travel Trailer '88:
Sleeps 4, AC & heat, gas range,
gas/elec fridge. $4200. In Pio-
neer, Henry Co 561-827-2464
Electricity Booster & Surge
Protector: Hughes 30 Amp.
Auto Former. 863-610-1120
Fleetwood American Dream
'00, 40 FT 2 Slides/ 1K, Many
extra's! Garaged, $120,000 or
possible trade. 863-467-5207
2003 HONDA REBEL 250 CC,'
2,475 mis. Extra's! Show
Room Condition. $2500 Firm
DIRT BIKE: 2004 Suzuki 85 L,
Only used 10 hours. $1700.
HD Leathers, mens & ladies
jackets, chaps, pants, vests,
1 helmet, new & like new,
TRAILER, Single cycle, tilt
with ramp, galvanized, 12"
tires, 12:2" overall length.
BI-FOLD RAMPS- For Dirt-
bikes/4 Wheelers. Brand
new. $125. (863)763-2007
CAMO 4 WHEELER '06- 70CC,
great kids gift, we are just
upgrading $500 neg.
DIRT BIKE, Powersport, 70cc.
Brand new. $550 or best
offer. (863)675-0506 or
E-TON 2005 VIPER Jr., Exc.
cond. Perfect for Christmas.
$700 (863)763-6430 Iv. msg.
FOUR WHEELER, '06, 70cc,
upgrading, camo color, $500
or best offer. 239-633-7173
GO CART- runs, $300
Suzuki Eiger, '04, w/ramps,
400, 4x4, low miles, new tires,
winch, Must Sell! $3000 or
best offer. (772)240-5038
Autos Wanted 4010
Classic Cars 4015
Commercial Trucks 4020
Foreign Cars 4030
Four Wheel Drive 4035
Heavy Duty Trucks4040
Parts Repairs 4045
Pickup Trucks 4050
Sport Utility 4055
Tractor Trailers 4060
Utility Trailers 4065
CADILLAC DEVILLE, 1992 -
Runs great, a/c, $1,500 firm.
CADILLAC EL DORADO '97,
ETC, Fully loaded, white pearl
diamond, has new parts,
CAMARO- '94- 143k miles,
18" mag wheels, 2 10" sub-
woofers, CD, low profile tires
CAMARO Z28 '80- all original,
350 auto, Power windows,
For Sale or Trade, $1700
CHRYSLER LEBARON 1989
DODGE NEON 2001- 4dr,
sports edition, 4cyl, 5sp,
rear spoiler. $3500.
FORD THUNDERBIRD '88,
Needs work. $300
GEO TRACKER '92- fair condi-
tion, $1000 or best offer
HONDA CIVIC HYBRID- '04,
Gray, Low mi. 12,800 mi.
Exc cond in/outside. Sirrus
LINCOLN MARK VII '92, 5.0,
V8, auto., low miles. $1600.
OLDS CUTLASS '98- needs
motor, very nice car, $1000
(863)612-5457 after 5 PM
OLD'S DELTA EIGHTY-EIGHT,
'89, New tires, Runs good,
125K mi. $850.
PONTOON, 20', w/85hp Force,
. $1995. (863)467-8683
TOYOTA TERCEL '90, Good
condition, a/c works, auto.,
front wheel drive. $750
CHEVY BLAZER '98: AC
works, good condition.
$3000 or best offer. Call
CJ JEEP '83, Must see, good
FORD EXPLORER '97- 4x4,
parting out, all or parts $400
Call for details
NISSAN PATHFINDER '96
4x4, 6 cyl., Leather, Auto., All
power. Very nice. Everything
works! $5500 (863)634-6235
GOLF CART- Electric, 3 wheel,
with charger, $600
YAMAHA, Electric, $900 or
best offer. (989)831-5135
FORD F350- '94, Diesel, su-
percrew, 220 K, runs needs
work, $1500 (863)763-7831
CAR MOTOR- Ford, 302 High
output. Used. $700.
CHEVY MOTOR 305, out of
'87 Chevy truck. $100
FORD F150 '87, Has'blown
motor. $500 or best offer.
FRONT CLIP, Complete for
'88 F150. With radiator &
PARTS, 4x4, trans., transfer
cases & other parts. Ford,
Chevy & Jeep. $500 for all,
will separate. (561)644-4840
RIMS & TIRES- (4) proline al-
loy, 8 spoke, silver gray for'01
Nissan Altima SE, $200 or
best offer (863)902-1159
RIMS & TIRES, Factory, from
'07 Chevy Impala LTZ, 17"
rims, 225/55/R17 Goodyears.
$1500 neg. (863)697-0328
TAILGATE, Off a '01 Dodge
truck. $100 or best offer.
TIRES & RIMS- Ford F150
tires & Univ. rims,
TIRES (4), LT285/75/R16,
60% good, Bugshot Maxis
TRUCK BED, 8 ft., fits '01
Dodge Ram, with bumper,
lights & bedliner. $900
Rotary hosts golf
Check your calendars now
and clear Saturday, Dec. 16 for
the Annual Frostproof Rotary
Golf Tournament. This year's
tournament will be held at Lake
Wales Country Club, beginning
with a shotgun start at 8 a.m.
Citizens Bank & Trust is spon-
soring the Hole-in-One Contest!
The Frostproof Rotary Club
has served the Frostproof com-
munity for seventy-nine years
and has held a golf tournament
to raise money for scholarships
for the past eighteen years. Frost-
proof Rotary Club President
Ralph Waters explains, "In the
past, so that donors were able to
take tax deductions, the Club
used the golf tournament pro-
ceeds exclusively for scholar-
ships for Frostproof High School
graduates. The Frostproof Rotary
Club set. up a public charity,
allowing the Club the flexibility
to use the proceeds not only for
scholarships but also for other
school and community needs.
Donations made to a public
charity by local citizens and busi-
nesses are tax deductible to the
extent permissible by federal
Rotary is accepting registra-
tions for golfers and hole spon-
sors until Wednesday, Dec 13.
The golf fee of $75 includes
greens fee, cart, lunch, and par-
licipation in the longest drive
and closest to the hole contests.
Hole sponsorships guaranteeing
recognition on Rotary's sponsor
board are $100. A corporate
package of $350 includes a four-
some and a hole sponsorship.
Registrations should be sent
to The Frostproof Rotary Charita-
ble Foundation, Inc. at P.O. Box
456, Frostproof, FL 33843. For
additional information or to
receive a form, please call Rotary
President Ralph Waters at (863)
635-5555 or Bea Reifeis at (863)
Two WIU students
BABSON PARK, Fla.- Two
students at Webber Internation-
al University have been awarded
Ethics In Business Scholarships
by the Florida Independent Col-
lege Fund. Daniel A. Harding
and Seadric L. Crawford were
the.recipients of these scholar-
ships which are available for stu-
dents attending schools that
offer a business program, and
for students that are majoring in
a business related field. The stu-
dents, also, must be Florida resi-
dents to apply for these scholar-
The Florida Independent Col-
lege Fund is a not-for-profit
organization that works closely
with the Independent Colleges
and Universities of Florida to
provide expanded access to a
higher education for students
from all backgrounds. The FICF
is comprised of 28 member col-
leges and universities and has
awarded over $7 million in the
last five years. FICF strives to.
assist deserving, hardworking
students in need of education
and training that will result in a
better prepared and educated
Founded in 1927 and accred-
ited by the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
and the International Assembly
for Collegiate Business Educa-
tion (IACBE), Webber Interna-
tional is an independent, private
university offering associate's,
bachelor's, and master's
degrees exclusively in the areas
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Canned soup no comparison to homemade
When the temperature gets a lit-
tle cooler, my family usually starts
asking when I will make some
chicken soup. This makes me
smile because this family favorite is
Homemade chicken soup is an
amazing thing. It is filled with nutri-
ents and natural substances that
help keep you healthy. And the dif-
ference between homemade and
canned soups is something that
words cannot explain you have
to taste it for yourself.
One of the best home remedies
for cold and flu is-one of the oldest
- good old chicken soup. But if you
are eating canned soup in the hope
of fighting off a cold, you are proba-
bly not getting all the health bene-
fits that come with real, home-
made chicken soup.
A study conducted at the Uni-
versity of Nebraska found that-
homemade chicken soup (with
lots of chicken, onions, garlic; cel-
ery and parsley) counters the
effects of immune-system cells
called neutrophils, which cause
inflammation in the nose,, throat
and lungs. Cold symptoms.such as
a runny nose are caused b3 this
immune response, rather than the
Many of the ingredients in
chicken soup contain natural med-
icines that ease cold and flu symp-
Thyme contains a natural
Garlic is an anti-oxidant and
helps boost the body's immune
system. Garlic also contains a natu-
ral antibiotic. Onions also contain a
with Katrina Elsken
natural antibiotic and boost the
Parsley helps promote good
Sage contains a natural antibiol-
ic and helps control coughs
Celery helps ease aches, helps
stabilize blood sugar and promotes
Chicken is a good source of pro-
tein, vihich your body needs to stay
strong and fight infection. It also
contains tryptophan also found
in turkey which.might make it
easier to sleep.
Vegetables such as parsnips
and carrots contain vitamins, anti-
oxidants your body needs to fight
The broth in chicken soup aids
in hydration. You need lots of fluids
to help your body fight the flu.
The warm vapors from the
soup helps to shrink sinus passage-
ways, thus reducing pressure, con-
gestion and pain.
Chicken soup contains impor-
tant vitamins and minerals that
help your body gain strength and
aid in the healing process.
It is my opinion that the trick to
making good chicken soup is using
Holiday eating doesn't
One thing I have learned, espe-
cially around the holidays, is that
the process of losing body clutter is
a journey ... not a destination. It's
also a process that doesn't go on
holiday when we do. We are either
on task orwe're not. Being "off" so
to speak, is an invitation to trouble.
It's putting your guard down and
going back to old behaviors. "Just.
this once" and "this little bit won't
hurt" and "well, I'm only eating
half" are red flags that you're
You have to make rules for your-
self. Oprah does this with mashed
potatoes. One bite and that's it. She
can't do more because that kind of
eating takes her down the wrong
path. I order dessert when we trav-
el. I take ONE bite and that's it.
Or it should be. The one bite
rule flew out the window the last
couple of trips and the next thing
you knew; we were practically
splitting a dessert! Multiple that by a
few nights of going out to dinner
and suddenly your jeans start talk-
ing to you (as in giving you a mas-
sive wedgie) and the scale is less
than friendly when reporting your
y C Leanne
r.*" ^ ^ Ely
When we set out to do some-
thing that's new to us, it's very rare
that we ever have the foresight
and/or skill set to accomplish it
without looking outside ourselves
for help. This is how we get the
education we need to make
informed decisions on what to do.
.This is also how we develop skills
we may not have had previously.
But there is something we bring
to the table -- we either have it or
we have a lack of it. And that is dis-
cipline. The D word. There's a
word we all love to hate. Discipline
is one of those things we all bristle
against and yet it is one very neces-
sary component to dealing with
enough chicken. Depending on
your own preferences and dietary
concerns, you can use a whole
chicken or just the white meat.
Here's my own recipe for
homemade chicken soup.
4 medium onions
4 cloves garlic, crushed
4 cups chopped celery
2 cups chopped parsnips
S/2 cup chopped fresh parsley
/2 cup chopped fresh sage
/4 cup chopped fresh thyme
2 sprigs fresh Rosemary, leaves
5 pounds chicken
S6-8 cups water or chicken broth
(just enough to cover the chicken
in the pot)
/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste
In a large pot, saut6 onions, gar-
lic, celery, parsley, sage, thyme and
Rosemary in (EVOO) until translu-
cent. Add parsnips and chicken.
Add enough liquid water or
chicken broth to cover chicken
completely. Bring liquid to a boil,
and then reduce heat to simmer.
Simmer for four hours or until
chicken is falling off the bone.
Using a colander to catch the veg-
etables and chicken, strain the
stock into another pan. Allow the
stock to cool. When it is cool, skim
off the fat that rises to the top. (If
you have a cat or dog, you can mix
the chicken fat in their food -
Unless of course the veterinarian
has put the pet on a restricted diet.)
Remove the chicken from the
strained' mixture. Discard the
cooked vegetables. Most of the
good nutrition has cooked out ol
them and is in the stock. What you
are discarding is just fiber. When it
is cool enough to handle, bone the
chicken, cut into small pieces and
add to the stock.
In a small saucepan, heat just
enough of the stock with meat for
the number of desired servings. Eat
as is, or add noodles or vegetables
Season soup with salt, pepper,
thyme, garlic powder and other
I prefer to add chopped carrots,
parsnips, onions, celery and pars-
ley. I don't like the vegetables to be
mushy, so I saute the vegetables in
olive oil, just until tender, and add
to the reheated stock, then warm
for about five minutes. If you add
noodles, simmer until noodles are.
tender, usually about five to ten
Some people also like to add
potatoes or sweet potatoes to their
soup. Just add to the pot and sim-
mer until all the vegetables are ten-
Before making any changes to
your diet or exercise routine, con-
sult your doctor. This is especially
important if you are on any pre-
scription drugs. Some drugs inter-
act badly with foods that would.
otherwise be considered.
have to come with guilt
our body clutter whether it's hav- tioned that we could put salt and
ing only one bite of dessert (and pepper on the dessert and deal
definitely not having dessert every with it that way, but the whole idea
night either!) or moving for just 15 of clinking forks, eating the bite
minutes at a time. The requirement and throwing the fork on the floor
is discipline, is more fun and will (I'm sure)
There is another thing we either become a beloved ritual and tradi-
have or don't have. That is consis- tion.
tency. You've experienced how Our dessert ritual is a great
well consistency works already -- example of discipline and consis-
consistency is what got your house tency. The discipline of the one bite
cleaned up, it's what gets dinner on rule will help us keep desserts in
the table night after night. Baby our lives; the consistency of doing it
steps becoming routines, per- will prevent the body clutter from
formed a couple of times daily, creeping back.
have turned your house from a cas- Keep these two qualities in
tle of chaos to a palace of peace. mind as you're dealing with your
Remember this: it was discipline body clutter. The food you eat (or
that got you to execute your rou- don't eat) and the movement you
tines on a daily basis (consistently) make (or don't make), all rely on
that got you to the place where you make tor dongs especially dur-
now celebrate your home rather those two things especially dur-
than dread it. ing the holidays where treats are
We have a new way of handling lurking just about everywhere.
desserts when we go out to dinner. For more help putting dinner on
We take our forks, clink them your table check out her Web site
together (as if to "toast" this special www.SavingDinner.com or her'
occasion) take our bites and throw "Saving Dinner" book series, pub-
the forks on the floor! We do fish lished by Ballantine, and her. new
the forks out from under the table- book, "Body Clutter." Copyright
we don't leave them for the wait 2006; Leanne Ely; Used by permis-'
staff to retrieve. Others have men- sion in this publication.
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