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Thursday, January 6, 2005 -Vol. 90 No. 30 Frostproof's Hometown Newspaper for More Than 85 Years 50 cents

At a Glance

FEMA offers help
FEMA will be at the Frost-
proof Care Center office locat-
ed at 21 South Scenic High-
way, daily Monday through
Saturday, 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
until further notice. If you have
any questions please call the
Frostproof Care Center at 863-
635-5555. FEMA is expected to
schedule visits within the
community and will try to
assist with hurricane relief
needs. Please come by the
Frostproof Care Center if you
are in need of hurricane assis-

Davis Gaines
John Alexander with the
Frostproof Historic Committee
is proud to announce the per-
formance of Davis Gaines at 7
p.m. on Saturday, February
5th. This will be a fundraiser to
benefit the restoration efforts
of the old Frostproof High
School / City Hall Building. For
ticket information please'call
635-7855 and ask for Brad
Team applications
The Frostproof Relay for
Life Committee is accepting
team applications at this time.
The 2005 Relay for Life will be
held April 22nd-223rd but
don't delay! Citizens Bank is
offering an incentive for any
team registering on or before
the January 24th Kick-off
meeting! Each team registered
by the Kick-off on January
24th will receive a $10 dona-
tion from Citizens bank.
Teams are generally made up
of 10-15 people who dedicate
themselves to raising money
for the American Cancer Soci-
ety while attending the Relay
for Life and taking turns walk-
ing the track in support of can-
cer survivors. Need more
information? Call Sandy Sack-
ett at 635-5456 or Gerri Horton
at 635-8061, or join us on Jan-
uary 24th at 6:00 pm at the
Frostproof Depot.
FMSHS Baseball
Any FMSHS student 6th-
12th grade, planning on play-
ing JV or Varsity Baseball, Pre-
Season Conditioning is daily at
4 P.M. in the weight room. For
more information call 635-

Dates set for
competency test
Graduated students with a
certificate of completion from
a Polk County public high
school wishing to retake the
communications or mathe-
matics section of the High
School Competency Test
(HCST) must register for the
test between January 3 and
January 10. The HCST is
scheduled to be given on
Wednesday, January 12 and
Thursday, January 13. Call
Eileen Schofield at 534-0688 to
Youth ball
meeting set
There will be a youth base-
ball and softball meeting at
the Frostproof Sports Complex
Wednesday, January 12th at 8
p.m. Everyone is welcome
and encouraged to attend. We
are currently seeking new
board members, if you are
interested in a board position
this is a very important meet-
ing you need to attend. If you
have questions please call

See Glance Page 2
See Page 2 for information about
how to contact the newspaper.
Online news & information

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New storeowners welcomed

Randy and Sotera Lacourse are
the new owners of Corky's Coun-
try Store located at 348 County
Road 630E, Frostproof. They pur-
chased Corky's last October 18th
from Collin and Robbin Fazzini
and took over daily operation of
the store as of December 1,2004.
They will continue to run the
store as a family operation with
the help of Silvester and Maria
Castillo, Sotera's daughter and
son-in-law, along with their chil-
dren Cassandra and Laura.
The Lacourses said 'the com-
munity has made them feel so
welcomed in a short time'.
Randy and Sotera own a farm
in Pemberville, Ohio that is
presently for sale. Randy is a
mechanic for Dahmlier Chrysler
Corporation and will return to
Toledo and come back to Frost-
proof in April after he retires April
At the present time Sotera and

the Castillo family will operate the
store in Randy's absence.
Randy was raised on Lake Erie
hunting, fishing and trapping. He
remains to be an avid hunter and
Sotera retired from a county
job working for the Wood County
Commissioners for 27 years.
The Lacourse's want to let the
community know that Corky's
will remain the same "Corky's"
that everyone in and around
Frostproof has come to love and
depend on.
All the basic staples will still be
available. Of course bread, milk,
eggs and all varieties of beer, ciga-
rettes and snuff will always be
available at the same competitive
low price.
Corky's hunting and fishing
supplies are presently limited to a
small area of the store. Randy
plans to dedicate the present
room.entirely to hunting and fish-

ing supplies, including live baits
for fishing, guns and ammo, dog
supplies, and earlier hours to
accommodate sportsmen and
women. He also plans to have a
check station and issue hunting
and fishing license.
Randy will also be expanding
the pool supply part of Corky's by
adding pool service and mainte-
nance to the business. Randy's
son Matthew will be joining the
team when he graduates this
summer with plans to start full
service pool service in May or
June. Corky's presently has a full
line of pool supplies and chemi-
cals in stock, including an 850-gal-
lon supply tank of chlorine, and
does water quality and analysis.
You can bring in your water sam-
ple and have it checked at no
Future plans also include
adding a walk-in cooler so
See Owners- Page 2

Caring Hearts: Community gives generously

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Courtesy photo
Volunteer bell ringer April Felt and, her pup, relieve Frostproof Care Center Director,
Ralph Waters as many took turns collecting donations.

FCC/Salvation Army

bell ringing a success

A special thank you to the
hundreds of Frostproof area
residents that contributed to
the Frostproof Care Center-Sal-
vation Army bell ringing dur-
ing the Thanksgiving and
Christmas seasons at Futrals's
Foodway. We exceeded the
goal for contributions, thanks
to you and the dedicated bell
ringers. The total contributed
was $4,577, seventy percent of
which will be used in the
Frostproof area to help those
in need primarily with medical

and transportation requests.
The following is a list of those
who gave of their time to
make this possible, ranging in
age from young students to
Super Seniors, and even a
Danielle Albritton, Betty
Ball, Ron and Joanne Bass,
Ariel and Ryan Bass, Robby
and Julie Beasley, Joe Blahnik,
Charity Brooks, Larry Carter,
Barb Cogar, April Collins,
Orville Dawes, April Felt, Jim
Harmon, Gerri Horton, Charlie

Hurst, Jacqueleen Hurst, Stew-
art Hurst, Kay Hutzelman,
Channing Levans, Roger Light-
sey, Rose Loudermilk, Bill
McDonald, Elva Mattox, Missy
Maxwell, Ashley Mercer,
Frances Pacheco, Dinah
Packard, Bea Reifeis, Carl Rex,
Beverly Schultz, Bob Stockard,
Jane Toner, Reverend David
Trimmier, Connie Tucker,
Brent Walker, Michaela Walk-
er, Ralph and Laura Waters,
Samantha Waters, Erica Wat-

Staff photo/Cindy Monk
Corky's Country Store new owners and family. Left to right:
Silvester and Maria Castillo, new owners-Sotera and Randy

Restoration in

second phase

The historic preservation of
the old Frostproof High School
Auditorium and Gym is finally in
progress. The auditorium has
been cleaned out and. is now
ready for the second phase of its
restoration. While the old Frost-
proof Gym on the other hand is
just getting started with the help
of Ridge Glass and Mirror, Inc.
out of Lake Wales, Florida. They
are in the process of replacing
the old broken windows with

Historic. Bok Sanctuary's
Singing Tower offers two live
carillon recitals on Saturdays,
Sunday, Tuesdays and
Wednesday at 1 p.m. and 3
p.m. through April 30 present-
ed by carillonneur William De
Turk. Visitors can view De Turk
play the carillon by watching a
video monitor located on the
west side of the Tower behind
the Japanese lantern. Follow-
ing each live recital, guests will
be able to meet and chat with
De Turk at the east gate near

new ones.
John Alexander with the
Frostproof Historic Committee
is proud to announce the per-
formance of Davis Gaines at 7
p.m. on Saturday, February 5th.
This will be a fundraiser to bene-
fit the restoration efforts of the
old Frostproof High School and
City Hall Building. For ticket
information please call 635-
7855 and ask.for Brad Hutzel-

the base of the Tower by the
Information Booth. During this
special time, visitors can
inquire about the music selec-
tions, ask questions, take a
photograph with the carillon-
neur or request an autograph.
The recitals on Mondays,
Thursday and Fridays at 1 p.m.
and 3 p.m. will feature state of
the art digital recordings of
recitals performed on the Bok

See Carillon Page 2

Receipts for 2005 tax exemptions are released

Marsha Faux, Polk County
Property Appraiser, announced
that over 100,000 Receipts for
the renewal of Homestead,
Widow, Widower, and Disabili-
ty Exemptions for 2005 will be
released from the Post Office
this week. The Receipt should
NOT be returned to the Property
Appraiser's Office UNLESS the
owner is no longer a resident of
the property on January 1, 2005
or if the property has been rent-
ed or sold as of January 1,2005.
Persons filing for exemption
for the first time must file in per-
son at the Bartow, Lakeland, or
Winter Haven office. The
address for the Bartow office is

255 North Wilson Avenue, the
address for the Lakeland office
is 912 East Parker Street, and the
address for the Winter Haven
office is 3425 Lake Alfred Rd, 3
Gill Jones Plaza. Applicants
should bring their recorded
Deed and proof of residency
which includes their Florida dri-
ver's license, Florida vehicle tag
registration, Florida voter regis-
tration (optional) and Resident
Alien card, if not a citizen of the
United States. Persons filing for
Homestead Exemption are also
required to provide their social
security numbers. A husband
and wife must both have Florida
driver's license, if both drive.

Widows and Widowers must
provide a copy of their spouse's
Death Certificate. Applicants for
Disability Exemption must pro-
vide letters from a Florida physi-
cian verifying their total and per-
manent disability. To qualify for
Senior Exemption, the property
owner must have an existing
Homestead Exemption, be 65
years or older, and have a com-
bined household income that
does not exceed the defined
limit. Please contact our office
for further information.
Homestead Exemption may
be allowed on mobile homes if
the property owner is also the
owner of the land on which the

ifiobileliome is sited and the
owner meets the qualifications
for Homestead Exemption; Your
mobile home registration mist-
be provided to this office at the
time of filing.
Persons who live in coopera-
tive mobile home parks must
bring a copy of their recorded
Proprietary Lease or Share Cer-
tificate in order to apply for
Homestead Exemption. Accord-
ing to Florida Statute 719.114, all
Proprietary Leases or Share Cer-
tificates must be recorded in
order to file for Homestead
Faux stated that her staff
would be in various cities and

towns in the county during the
month of February to take
Homestead and other applica-
tions, as indicated by the follow-
ing schedule:
Friday, February 11th Dav-
enport- City Hall-Commission
Room corner of Williams
Street 10 A.M.-II A.M. Lake
Wales Public Library -290
Cypress Garden Lane 2 P.M. -
3:30 P.M.
You may file for exemption
at a site listed above or visit one
of our offices nearest you daily
8:30 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M. through
March 1, 2005. Marsha Faux,
Polk County Property Appraiser.

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after they have been cleaned.

Carillon rings

twice daily in

live recitals

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Tony Sackett at 635-5456.

Conference set
The Polk County Community
Emergency Response Team
(C.E.R.T.) Association will host
the 4th Annual Florida C.E.R.T.
conference on January 13-16,
2005 at the Lakeland Center (701
W Lime St, Lakeland). Classes of
interest to Community Emer-
gency Response Teams are
scheduled from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
on Friday and will resume after
the disaster simulation drill on

Saturday morning. Following the
Saturday banquet (Theme: "Poly-
nesian Paradise"), all participants
are invited to remain for the Flori-
da C.E.R.T. Association Annual
Meeting. The conference costs
$30.00 for CERT members,
$40.00 for non-members, and
$50.00 for all persons who regis-
ter after December 1, 2004. The
Registration fee includes drinks
and hors d'oeuvres for the first
hour of the Thursday night mixer,
roundtrip transportation and
meals at the drill, and the Satur-
day night banquet. The brunch
on Sunday is $9.00 per person. All
participants must register for the
banquet and brunch by Decem-
ber 1, 2004. For more.informa-
tion, visit the Florida C.E.R.T.
website at http://www.floridac- or call the Florida
C.E.R.T. Association at 863-683-

being accepted
Applications for auditions to
the Harrison School for the Arts
for the 2005 2006 school year
are being accepted from now
until January 13, 2005 at 3 p.m.
Applications are available at the
school, 750 Hollingsworth Road,
Lakeland, or through Polk middle
school guidance offices.
Harrison School for the Arts is
a Polk public high school and
offers instruction in chorus, the-
atre, theatre technology, dance,
musical theatre, piano, orchestra
and visual arts for students

throughout all of Polk County.
The school district provides trans-
portation to students accepted to
Harrison living outside a two-
mile radius from the school.
School tours are scheduled on
the second and fourth Tuesday of
each month. For more informa-
tion on the school or to schedule
a tour call 499-2855 or visit

Girls softball
practice set
All girls 6-12 grade there will
be open field practice every Tues-
day at the Complex.
All girls 5th grade & below
there will be open field practice
every Monday at 5:30.

Habitat to
build houses
The Frostproof Area Chamber
of Commerce and the City of
Frostproof are working together to
build a Habitat for Humanity
House in the Frostproof City Lim-
its. A committee has been formed
and volunteers are being recruit-
ed. To volunteer, please call 635-
9112. Together we can be a better

Museum hours posted
Frostproof Historical Museum,
210 South Scenic Highway, is
open October 1st through May
30th, Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
urday from 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
June 1st through September

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

Lions Club to meet
The Frostproof Lions Club
meets each month on the second
and fourth Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the
Orange Box Caf on Highway 27.
Anyone who wishes to join is invit-
ed to attend.

Recycle newspapers
Residents are reminded that
there is a newspaper recycling bin
at the high school. Anyone can
use the bin to recycle newspapers
and help benefit the high school at
the same time. The bin is located
at the back entrance to the school,
near the portables and track.

Birth announcements

Jay-Dee Franklin Bihorel-born
Wednesday, January 21, 2004, at
3:15 P.M.
Ethan Joseph Stone-born
Tuesday, March 23, 2004 at 8:10
Kay Lea Dyer- born Monday,
March 29,2004 at 7:33 P.M.
Ricardo Malakye Chavez-born
Sunday, April 18, 2004 at 11:34
Jenna Lyn Haley-born Sunday,
April 25,2004, at 4:25 P.M.
Mason Chase Maddox-born
Thursday, April 29, 2004, at 12:25
DeShara Gemari Holden-born
Monday, May 3, 2004, at 1:27.
Madison Jade Hobbs- born
Saturday, May 15, 2004 at 2:56
Ivan Suarez Alba- born
Wednesday, May 19, 2004, at 5:27
Scott Patrick Chapman, II-born
Sunday, July 18,2004, at 4:52 A.M.
Alexis Lynn Marie McElroy-
born Thursday, July 15, 2004 at
6:08 P.M.
Antoine Barrett Cobb, Jr.-born
Thursday, September 30, 2004.
James Dayton Hobbs- born

Friday, September 10, 2004 at 7:41

Galileo Moreno
Cristina Carrola and Heracho
Moreno of Frostproof, announce
the birth of their daughter Galilea
Moreno Carrola. She was born at
Highlands Regional Medical Cen-
ter on Saturday, November 13,
2004 at 9:33 a.m. She weighed
nine pounds and four ounces and
was twenty-two and three quar-
ters inches long. Maternal grand-
parents are Eladio Carrola and
Domicna Mena. Paternal grand-
parents are Ramon Moreno and
Celia Herrera.

Stacey Maldonado
Crystal and Martin Maldonado
of Avon Park, Fl., are proud to
announce the birth of their son
Stacey Maldonado. He was born
at Florida Hospital Heartland Divi-
sion on Thursday, November 18,
2004 at 6:42 a.m. He weighed six
pounds, two ounces and was
twenty-one inches long. Maternal
grandparent is Queena Sanders.

Paternal grandparents are
Modesto and Petra Maldonado.

Tyrell Lydell Footman
Charlene Fowler and Bart Foot-
man of Frostproof, announce the
birth of their son Tyrell Lydell
Footman. He was born at Florida
Hospital, Heartland Division on
Wednesday, November 24, 2004
at 1:04 p.m. He weighed six
pounds, five ounces. Maternal
grandparents are Annette Jackson
and James Solomon. Paternal
grandparents are Mennie Burell
and Reggie Thelwell.

Edan Parker
Ann and Michael Biancardi of
Frostproof, are proud to announce
the birth of their son Edan Parker
Biancardi. He was born at Florida
Hospital Heartland Division on
Thursday, November 25, 2004 at
7:26 p.m. He weighed nine pounds
and was twenty-one inches long.
Maternal grandparent is Nancy
Sheffield. Paternal grandparent is
Jannette Biancardi.

Neyi Lopez
Maua Gomez and Oscar
Lopez announce the birth of
their daughter Neyi Lopez. She
was born at Highlands Regional
Medical Center on Monday,
December 20, 2004 at 7:11 p.m.
She weighed five pounds, eleven
ounces and was nineteen and
one half inches long. Maternal
grandparent is Amando
Guadalupe. Paternal grandpar-
ents are Tomas and Maria

Kolt Michael Hoxie
Michael and Erica Hoxie of
Lake Wales, Fl., are proud to
announce the birth of their son
Kolt Michael Hoxie.
He was born at Highlands
Regional Medical Center on
Wednesday, December 29, 2004
at 5:08 a.m. He weighed eight
pounds, five ounces and was
twenty-one inches long. Mater-
nal grandparents are Roy and
Karla Montgomery. Paternal
grandparents are Alton Hoxie
and Cheryl Kromer.


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For years we've heard visitors
express their disappointment of
not being able to stay for the daily 3
p.m. recital," said De Turk. "We
hope the dual daily recitals will
meet this need and bring more
people to enjoy the carillon, as Mr.
Bok intended."
The Singing Tower's base is 51
feet and it rises to a height of 205
feet. It changes shape at 150 feet to
become octagonal, measuring
only 37 feet at the top.
A recent article in USA Today,
indicated there are more than 160
carillons ringing out from towers all


Continued From Page 1
Corky's will be able to stock keg
beer for walk in pick-up, it will
offer a larger selection of beer to
choose from and make a great
meat locker for the hunters.
A Lottery Station will be
installed at Corky's in April and
Western Union should be back up
and running sometime after that.

across the United States and listed
Historic Bok Sanctuary as one of
the 10 great places to chime in with
the bells.
"The Bok carillon is one of the
largest, grandest and most presti-
.gious carillons in the world," said
De Turk. The Singing Tower was
created by the finest artisans of the
day and is the centerpiece for the
historic landscape gardens.
Historic Bok Sanctuary offers
visitors Florida's most abundant
opportunities for aesthetic, cultural
and personal enrichment. The lush
landscapes of the Olmsted gar-
dens, the majesty and music of the
carillon tower and the splendor of
Pinewood Estate create an experi-
ence that inspires all who visit.

The copy machine is always avail-
able for your copying needs and if
you need to fax something in a
hurry a fax machine is available for
a small fee.
Corky's is presently open 7
Days a week from 9 A.M. till 8 P.M.
with extended hours to include
hot coffee and donuts in the morn-
ing, planned once Randy returns in
April. Watch for Corky's Country
Store Grand Opening along with
the new hours sometime in May

2004 Loved ones pass

Tai William Landers
Tai William Landers of Frost-
proof, Fl., died on Thursday, Jan-
uary 1,2004.
Wilburn N. Thompson
Wilburn N. Thompson 84, of
Lake Wales, Florida died on Fri-
day, January 2, 2004.
..FrankA. Hendry
Frank A. Hendry 59, of
DeLand, Florida died Saturday,
Charles Ray Henson
Charles Ray Henson 63, of
Frostproof died on Sunday, Janu-
Walter H. Fitzgerald, Jr.
Walter H. Fitzgerald, Jr 94, of
Indian Lake Estates, Fl., died on
Sunday, January 4,2004.
Pencie Dugger Sullivan
Pencie Dugger Sullivan 91, of
Frostproof, died Monday, Janu-
ary 5, 2004.
A.J. Ogburn
A.J. Ogburn 88, of Frostproof
died on Monday, January 12,
Alene J. Spivey
Alene J. Spivey, 72, of/Lake
Wales, died Sunday, January 18,
Mary Elizabeth "Buff' Hand
Mary Elizabeth "Buff" Hand,
36, of Lake Wales, died Monday,
January 19,2004.
Kelly Ann Wilson
Kelly Ann Wilson, 20, of Bab-
son Park, died Tuesday, January
George Charles "Chuck" Mil-
George Charles "Chuck" Mil-
ton, 55, of Frostproof, died Janu-
ary 23, 2004.
Helia Louise Morris Pond
Heila Louise Morris Pond, 94,
of Frostproof, died Saturday, Jan-
uary 24,2004.
Linden H. Harvey
Linden H. Harvey, 65, of Frost-
proof, died Saturday, January 24,
Eugene Hodge
Eugene Hodge, 93, of Frost-
proof, died January 27, 2004.
Thomas Ralph Bloodworth
Thomas Ralph Bloddworth,
79, of Lakeland, died January 31,
Daniel Robert Goff
Daniel Robert Goff, 84, of
Lake Wales, died February 24,
Eunice Susan Woodham
Eunice Susan Woodham
Langford, 92, of Frostproof, died
February 25, 2004.
Anna Lucille Piper
Anna Lucille Piper, 66, of Win-
ter Haven died Saturday, Febru-
ary 28, 2004.
C.M. Temple, Sr.
C.M. Temple, Sr., 88, of Dade
City, Florida, died Monday, March
Frank J. Cacella, Sr.
Frank J. Cacella, Sr., 67, of
Frostproof, died Monday, March
Janain Cannon Mullins
Janain Cannon Mullins, 54, of
Pulski, Tennessee, died Tuesday,
March 2, 2004.

J.M. Spurlock
J.M. Spurlock, 79, of Frost-
proof, died March 11, 2004.
iTila Robbie Doughty
Twila Robbie Doughty 69, of
Frostproof, died Sunday, March
Milbra P. McCollough
Milbra P. McCollough, 95, of
Palm City, Florida, died Sunday,
March 14, 2004.
Ilah Mane Loudermilk
Ilah Marie Loudermilk, 65, of
Frostproof, died Tuesday, March
Martha Jane Davis
Martha Jane Davis, 70, of
Haines City, died Friday, March
Lorraine T. Cooper
Lorraine T. Cooper, 78, of
Frostproof, died Saturday, March
Dessie M. Douglas
Dessie M. Douglas, 74, of Lake
Wales, died Saturday, March 20,
Ernest M. Mooney Sr.
Ernest M. Mooney Sr., 66, of
Frostproof, died Tuesday, March
Dorothy Ann Miles
Dorothy Ann Miles, 57, of
Frostproof, died Wednesday,
March 24, 2004.
Catherine Reiseg
Catherine Reiseg, 93, of Frost-
proof, died Wednesday, March
Stella Lucille Boyd
Stella Lucille Boyd, 84, of
Frostproof, died of Friday, March
Ronald Duane Sherman
Ronald Duane Sherman, 77 of
Frostproof, died Monday, March
Mildred Vera Banks
Mildred Vera Banks, 80, of
Frostproof, died Tuesday, March
Norma June Kelley
Norma June Kelley, 66, of
Frostproof, died Tuesday, March
Marie Eismon
Marie Eismon, 45, of Frost-
proof, died Friday, April 2, 2004.
Mildred B. Futral
Mildred B. Futral 89, of Frost-
proof, died April 5, 2004.
Robert "Bob" Lucia
Robert "Bob" Lucia, 64, of
Frostproof died Monday April 5,
Patricia A. Moser
Patricia A. Moser, 75, of Frost-
proof and Minerva, Ohio, died
Wednesday, April 7, 2004.
Ray Underwood
Ray Underwood, 69 of Frost-
proof, died Thursday, April 8,
Eugene "Gene" Lamb Sr
Eugene "Gene" Lamb Sr., 82
of Frostproof died Friday, April 9,
Dr. W. E. "Bill" Manry Jr.
Dr. W. E. "Bill" Manry Jr., 87,
of Lake Wales, died Tuesday,
April 13, 2004.
Anton Carl Reising, Sr.
Anton Carl Reising Sr. 69, of
Frostproof, died Friday April 16,
Christy Lynn Polk Buchanan

Christy Lynn Polk Buchanan, Frostproof, died Thursday, June
23, of Lake Placid, died April 29, 24,2004.
2004. James William "Buddy" Jef-
May feries,
LarryAtis Smith James William "Buddy" Jef-
Larry Atis Smith, 48 of Frost- feries, 68, of Lake Wales, died
proof, died Friday, May 14,2004. Saturday, June 26, 2004.
Merle Jackson Bullard Sr. July
Merle Jackson Bullard Sr,, 7 1 Vera Dee Dampier
of Frostproof, died Saturday, May Vera Dee Dampier 89 of Avon
15, 2004. Park, died Sunday, July 18, 2004.
Steve D. Garza ViolaA. Riley
Steve D. Garza 44, of Lake Viola A. Riley 80, of Frost-
Wales, died Tuesday, May 18, proof, died Wednesday, July 21,
2004. 2004.
William Leonard Davis Harry "Mike" Fackenthal
William Leonard Davis, 79, of Harry "Mike" Fackenthal 80,
Lake Wales, died Saturday May of Frostproof, died Wednesday,
22, 2004. July 21, 2004.
June David R. Dibble
Nancy Louella Spurlock David R. Dibble 59, of Frost-
Nancy Louella Spurlock, 89, proof, died Thursday, July 22,
of Frostproof, died Monday, June 2004.
7,2004. August
Robert E. "Bob" Snyder Sr., Elton U. Powell
Robert E. "Bob" Snyder Sr., Elton U. Powell, 68, of Frost-
81, of Frostproof died Monday proof, died on August 15, 2004.
June 7,2004. Gaines Earlin Alexander Sr.
Vertice Oral Courtney Gaines Earlin Alesander Sr.,
Vertice Oral Courtney, 82 of 67, of Indian Lake Estates, FL.,
Frostproof, died Tuesday, June 8, died August 17, 2004.
2004. Francis M. Renner
Jesse Clay Barber Jr. Francis M. Renner, 93, of
Jesse Clay Barber Jr., 80, of Brandon, died on August 25,
Babson Park, died Saturday, June 2004.
12, 2004. Vera D. Johnston
Marion Todd Vera D. Dohnston, 95, of
Marion Todd, 71, of Frost- Sebring, FL., died Wednesday,
proof, died Saturday, June 12, August25,2004.
2004. September
Carleen Wright James Longstreet Gardner
Carleen Wright, 79 of Frost- James Longstreet Gardner,
proof, died Saturday, June 19, '48, of Frostproof died Friday, Sep-
2004. tember 3, 2004.
Bradley Daniel Harmon Evelyn E. Ham
Bradley Daniel Harmon, 17, of Evelyn E. Ham, 72, of Frost-

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proof, died Tuesday September
Mary Evelyn Boykin
Mary Evelyn Boykin, 79, of
Frostproof, died Wednesday,
September 8, 2004.
Emma Snow
Emma Rettie Johnson Snow
92, of Frostproof, died Thursday,
September 9, 2004.
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tember 16, 2004.
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Mitchell Grant 'Buck' Venable,
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November 6, 2004.
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November 6, 2004.
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Ann Wright
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died Wednesday, December 22,
Jesus Cruz
Jesus Cruz, infant, of Frost-
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Ezzie Lee Redmond Sheppard
Ezzie Lee Redmond Shep-
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2004 at Florida Hospital in Orlan-
do. Born December 24, 2004 at
Florida Hospital in Orlando.
Survivors include his parents
Jose and Sylvia Cruz. Sister;
Esmerlada Cruz all of Frostproof.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, December 29, 2004
at Silver Hill Cemetery in Frost-
proof with Father Francisco
Aquino officiating.

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items of potential historical inter-
est to the Frostproof Rotary Club,
please call Bea at (863) 635-2523
or notify the Frostproof Historical

responsibility for all operations. be able to make it happen,"
"We have for quite some time added Pat Wilson, Chairman of
viewed a combination with Citizens.
American as a good fit for us, and
we are very pleased that we will Continued on Page 4

Bank merger

a win-win deal

Staff photos/Cindy Monk
Staff photos/Cindy Monk

Hurricanes slam Frostproof
August-2004 Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Elementary was the hardest hit school in Polk County.
Pictured above is a classroom at BHG Jr. showing the damage Hurricane Charley left
behind. Repairs are expected to be completed in four to six weeks.

September-2004 (Left)
Hurricane Jeanne totally
destroyed this mobile
home at Selph's Mobile
Home Park located off
Lake Ave.

September-2004 (Right)
No, this isn't a photo left
over from Hurricane '
Charley or Frances. Hur-
ricane Jeanne took down
her share of Oaks.

January-2004 Citizens Bank of
Frostproof ("Citizens") and
American Banking Corporation
("American") announced that
they have entered into a defini-
tive agreement for Citizens to
acquire American, based in Lake
Wales, Florida, and its bank sub-
sidiary, American Bank & Trust
("AB&T") for approximately
$20,000,000 in cash. Citizens will
pay $48.25 for each of Ameri-
can's outstanding shares. AB&T
has approximately $125 million
in assets and the combination
forms a bank with approximately
$240 million in assets. The trans-
action remains subject to share-
holder and regulatory approvals,
and, if approved, is expected to
close in the second quarter of
"The merger of our two cen-
tral Florida banks is a win-win for
shareholders and customers of
each bank, and forms a strong
institution that will serve this
community for years to come.
Customers of both banks will be
offered new products and more
.lending opportunities because of
this transaction. We will contin-
ue the strong community service
traditions of both banks," said
Greg Littleton, President of Citi-
zens, who will be president and
chief executive officer of the
combined institution with

Staff photo/Cindy Monk
State leaders enjoy visit
March-2004 Governor Jeb Bush, Lieutenant Governor
Toni Jennings and several other members of the gov-
ernors' administration arrived at Frostproof City Hall
on Friday, March 19, 2004 in front of City Hall.
Mayor Allen Sullivan presented Governor Jeb Bush
with the key to the City of Frostproof.

Staff photo/ Cindy Monk
I wish you were mine!
January-2004 I sure wish I could take you bunnies home.
Four-year-old Joseph Flood son of Russ and Susan Flood
looked as though he took a liking to the little bunnies. The
Flood family was all in attendance at the FFA Youth Fair
and Alumni Auction this past weekend. Joseph's older
sister (Lauren) and brother (Ben) both showed their ani-
mals at the fair Friday, January 16th, 2004.

the Frostproof Rotary Club an
original program from charter
night and the Rotary Code of
Ethics. Frank Thompson had
saved the program since Febru-
ary 1928, when the Frostproof
Rotary Club was chartered. Char-
ter night had taken place at the
Highlands Hotel in Avon Park,
when the Avon Park Rotary Club
sponsored the Frostproof Rotary
Club. Frank Thompson had
been a charter member of the
Frostproof Rotary Club. The
Rotary Code of Ethics was found
in its original 1928 frame that
Frank Thompson had prepared.
So, thank you to the Thomp-
son family for realizing the value
of these items. And thank you to
June Felt for discovering them
and sharing them with the Frost-
proof Rotary Club.
By the way, the charter night
program and the Rotary Code of
Ethics will be on display at the
Frostproof Historical Museum at
210 South Scenic Highway.
Museum hours are Tuesdays,
Thursday and Saturdays from 1
P.M. until 4 P.M.
If anyone else finds any other

Staff photo/ Cindy Monk
2004 'Relay for Life' Honorary chairperson Frostproof longtime resident Dick Backus
(left) and Survivor Roll Call chairperson (right) Chreyl Lambeth held the banner for the
first victory lap at the American Cancer Society 'Relay for Life' fundraiser held February
13th and 14th at Frostproof High School's track.

Always in our Hearts
February-2004 Chairperson,
Kay Hutzelman was estatic with
the final results tallied earlier
today. When asked how she felt
about the 2004 Relay for Life
results she explained, "Relay for
Life remains Always in our
Hearts in Frostproof". The com-
munity. of Frostproof, in less
than a 10 month time frame,
(last years event was held in
April) has raised over $52,000
for the American Cancer Society.
For a city of under 3,000 resi-
dents, that is extremely pleasing.
Ourfigures for the 2004

just over $24,000 while last year
our total was $28,025.
Many thanks goes out to the
Relay Committee made up of
Lisa Hood, Kay Hutzelman, Geri
Horton, Tammy McCormick,
Ralph Waters, Chreyl Lambeth.
Special recognition goes out to
Frostproof Middle Senior High
School for allowing the use of
the practice football field, Sandy
Sackett for heading up three
teams, Scott Leech and his staff
from the City of Frostproof for
field preparation, Dick Backus
as the honorary Chair, Jim
Woods who was master of cere-
monies, Larry Walker with Rain-

bow Productions who provided
all the needed tents, tables, and
chairs. Thank you to all the
sponsors, Florida Labor Solu-
tions, Inc., Ben Hill Griffin, Inc.,
Cargill of North America, Frost-
proof Area Chamber of Com-
merce, Inc., Rainbow Produc-
tions, the Frostproof Rotary
Club, and all those who spon-
sored and or donated items for
each individual team.
Next year's event will be in
March of 2005.
For information on this or
any other Chamber sponsored
eyent, please feel free to contact
the Chamber at 635.9112.

Awesome discoveries
made in 2004
January-2004 Rotary Receives
76-Year Old "Charter Night"
What are the chances that
after 76 years, memorabilia from
the chartering of the Frostproof
Rotary Club will be located? The
answer is. "pretty good" when
you're dealing with Frostproof
Historical Museum's Grande
Dame, June Felt. Ramon Thomp-
son, a dear friend of June Felt,
recently passed away. Ramon's
widow Amanda decided to sell
the home and 300 acres of grove
located on South Lake Reedy
Boulevard. Just prior to the clos-
ing, Ed Flood, a friend of the
Thompson's, asked June if she
wanted to look through the items
left in the home to see if there
was anything that the Frostproof
Historical Museum would be
interested in. After looking over
the home, June realized that she
could not possibly go through
everything before the closing, so
she had the items delivered to
her home, filling up half of her
front porch!
June started through the
items immediately and soon
found the original blueprints to
the Ramon Theater. The theater
was built by Ramon Thompson's
father Frank and was named
after Ramon. June forwarded the
blueprints to the Chamber of
Commerce and they will be used
in the remodeling of the theater.
Then June discovered two
items of value to the members of

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Looking Back at 2004

Staff photo/Cindy Monk
2004 Softball Champions

FHS '04 graduating ceremony
May-2004 Frostproof High School senior graduates gath-
ered in the media center on Thursday, May 20th prior to

Courtesy photo
Meeks wins Grand Champion
March-2004 Emilyn Meeks won Grand Champion in the
Livestock Show at the Polk County Youth Fair held in
Bartow Thursday, March 18, 2004. Pictured is Emilyn
with her 1,193 pound Limousin steer, Sterling Price.
Sterling Price sold for $7.50 a pound to the highest bid-
der, Gentry Morrison Funeral Home. Emilyn gained over
$9,000.00 between the auction and Add-ons.

May-2004 FMSHS Lady Bulldog District 10 and Regional
Champions-front row (I to r) Lacy Lambeth, Faith Franklin,
Ashley Byrd, Hope Franklin, Yahtea Benton; middle row-
Nikki Allen, Brittany Thomas, Kali Berhens, Vanessa
Carter, Shelby Jones, Jodi Berhens, Lisa Alderman,
Samantha Smith and Head Coach Karen Bolin; back row-
Coach Kristi Smith, Coach Julie Mulder, Coach Tommy
Chatlos, Sara Leatherland and Coach Danny Hulett.

Decade of dance
July-2004 The Center Stage
Dance Studio of Avon Park
recently held their annual recital.
It was held at the South Florida
Community College auditorium.
This year marks the 10th
anniversary for the studio.
Owner and instructor Callie
Howard-Wall was .excited as
they celebrated a decade of
dance. Frostproof has four girJs
that attend Center Stage. Ashley
Garcia and Nicole Leech started
this past year in the pre-ballet,
tap, and jazz class. Stephanie
Theriac completed her third
year and Kasie Robarts complet-
ed her 6th year with the studio.
Classes start up again in Septem-
ber. Registration will be August
13, 14, and 15th at the studio.
The studio offers Ballet, Tap,
Jazz, Baton, Clogging, Lyrical,

submitted pnoto/ Angela Theriac
Dance student Stephanie
Theriac looks down at her
baby doll during her ballot
routine to Elton John's
"Blue Eyes."
Hip-hop, and Pointe. All the girls
love to dance and look forward
to another exciting year.

of the first Habitat House for
The volunteers have been
tremendous on our first house. A
special thank you goes out to the
hundreds of volunteers who have
given up their Saturday mornings
to help out a good cause.
The groups who have partici-
pated to date are: Emmanuel
Baptist Church, Frostproof Cham-
ber of Commerce, City Council
City of Frostproof, Church on the
Ridge, First Baptist Church Men's
Ministry, Cargill Juice, and Ben
Hill Griffin, Inc.
"The process on our first house
shows the enthusiasm of people
in Frostproof," stated Bob Hicks,
Executive Director and Construc-
tion Manager for Habitat for
Humanity of East Polk County, Inc.
"The more materials I bring to the
job site the more these volunteers
are willing to do," stated Hicks.
Volunteer groups have partici-,


pated in building the walls, truss-
es, roof shingles, windows, and
installation of aluminum siding.
To find out more information
on how to volunteer for the Habi-
tat House or to make donations
call the Chamber of Commerce at
Together we can build a better

'Man & Woman of the
Year' announced
November-2004 The 2004 Man
and Woman of the Year Awards
for the Frostproof Area Chamber
of Commerce Installation Ban-
quet were given in a Tropical style
theme on Thursday, November
11,2004 at the Frostproof Depot.
Ben 'Hill' Griffin IV, was named
'Man of the Year' and Louise God-
dard was named 'Woman of the

Founded in 1920


Stay little bunny!
April-2004 13 month old Sarah True was gently petting
this little bunny Saturday, April 10, 2004 at the annual
Easter egg hunt sponsored by the Church on the Ridge
held at the FMSHS practice football field. Sarah is the
daughter of Jason and Annette True.
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Cargill presents
awards to,employees
(March-2004) Cargill Employ-
ees receive Corporate Award for
Outstanding Volunteerism
Cargill recently presented
Cargill Cares Volunteer Awards to
Rocky White and Brandy Spence
of Frostproof for their outstanding
volunteer service. Rocky gives
more than 800 hours per year, vol-
unteering as an umpire for the
Frostproof Youth Baseball and
Softball League, an organization
that engages approximately 250
youth. Brandy volunteers regularly
with, the Frostproof High School
Band Boosters, .whose program
enriches the lives of the youth of
Frostproof through music educa-
tion. Brandy has volunteered more
than 300 hours in the past year in
several capacities: board member,
chaperone and fundraiser.
To recognize their commitment
to Frostproof youth, Cargill has
contributed $1,000 to the Frost-
proof Youth Baseball and Softball
League and the Frostproof High
School Band Boosters. Rocky and
Brandy are among a special group
of approximately 400 Cargill
employees and retirees around the
world to receive a Cargill Cares
Volunteer Award since its incep-
tion in 1998.
"Cargill encourages our
employees and retirees to give
back to the community and is
proud of the unselfish ways in
which they enrich our communi-
ties where we conduct business,"
said Mark Murphy, manager of
Corporate Citizenship for Cargill.
"The Cargill Cares Volunteer
Awards program is one way we
recognize and thank employees
for their important contribution to
our communities."
"Both Rocky White and Brandy
Spence have been steadfast sup-
porters of Frostproof youth pro-
grams. We are pleased to recog-
nize Rocky and Brandy for being
role models for young people in
our community," said Tom Abra-
hamson, manager for Cargill Juice
North America, Inc.
Track Team
makes Regionals
April 2004-Frostproof, High
School Track Team was well repre-
sented at the District Champi-
onship Meet held in Sebring April
16. Several have qualified to go on
to the Regionals 'Championship
Meet in Sarasota.
Junior Jaimie Holstein qualified
in the Girls High Jump clearing the
bar at 4' 8" followed by Freshman
Adilene Alvarado clearing 4' 6.5".

Alvarado also qualified in the Girls
800 Meter Run with a third place
time of 2:48.
In the Pole Vault event Sopho-
more Marybeth Rowles will be
advancing to Regionals with a
qualifying 7' 6".
Freshman Yuridia Aguilar also
joined the ranks of District Cham-
pion with her winning time of 5:47
in the Girls 1600 Meter Run and her
winning time of 12:58 in the Girls
3200 Meter Run.
The District Champion in the
Girls 400 Meter Dash is Sopho-
more Angie Richardville with a
winning time of 1:02.
"Both boys and girls performed
very well today and all that quali-
fied have a good shot at making it
past the Regionals Meet and on to
the State Meet in Gainsville," said
Coach Rick Moody.
The boys 4x800 Team are the
District Champions with an awe-
some time of 8:41. The team
members are Barvan Alvarado,
Thomas Weeks, Emmanuel
Elicero, and Omar Galarza.
Junior Barvan Alvarado was
the District Champion in the Boys.
1600 Meter Run with a winning
time of 4:47. He also took first
place in the Boys 800 Meter Run
with a winning time of 2:04
Frostproof District Champion
Emmanuel Elicero won the Boys'
3200 Meter Run followed closely
by second place, Omar Galarza at
11:01 and fourth place Adon
Chavezat 11:19.
Postal employees fill
shelves at Care Center
May-2004 On Saturday, May
8th, the employees at the Frost-
proof Post Office delivered mail
and collected food at the same
time. Thanks to the kind donations
of Frostproof residents, the carriers
were able to meet their goal for the

2004 food drive which netted 5,003
pounds of food to fill .the shelves at
the Frostproof Care Center. Ralph
Waters said the amount of food
collected would feed children all
summer and help those in need in
the Fall months as well. Thanks to
everyone, this was our most suc-
cessful food drive ever.
Debbra Monk is the annual
coordinator for this event at the
Frostproof Post Office, and wishes
to thank all the employees
involved for their dedication and
hard work, for another successful
As part of the annual food drive
and charitable -donation Frost-
proof's new Postmaster Rick Ben-
son enhanced the Federal Cam-
paign by challenging the postal
employees to another notable
cause. He said if they donated
$1,000. or more to a charity of their
choice, he would in turn run their
route for a day. Letter carrier Deb-
bra Monk met that challenge and
donated $1,000. to the Frostproof
Care Center.
Information sought
in May 23 shooting
May-2004 On Sunday, May 23,
2004 at 2:13 A.M. Frostproof Police
officers responded to a shooting
call at the Rio Grande Bar located at
536 S. Scenic Highway. Upon
arrival, officers discovered that a
security guard for the bar had been
shot several times. The guard
Apolinar Perez, 40, was transport-
ed to Heart of Florida Hospital for
non-life threatening injuries, where
he was treated and released. The
suspect fled the area prior to police
arrival. The suspect was described
as a Mexican male early to mid
30's, 5' 10" tall, weighing approxi-
mately 2501bs. The suspect left the
scene in a green or black Chevrolet
Suburban. Anyone with informa-
tion is asked to contact Lieutenant,
Mike Ard at (863) 635-7849.
Are you ready for
hurricane season?
June-2004 Florida Agriculture
and Consumer Services Commis-
sioner Charles H. Bronson is
reminding residents to keep their
homes, pets and livestock in mind
while preparing for hurricane sea-
son, which begins June 1 and lasts
until November 30. Forecasters are
predicting 12 to 15 tropical storms

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FWC announces top spots for stripes

Bass anglers don't have to hang
up their fishing rods for the winter
just because Florida's legendary
largemouths pretty much come
down with lockjaw when the
weather gets too cool. Fall and win-
ter months offer the best striped
bass and hybrid bass fishing here in
the state that bills itself as the Fish-
ing Capital of the World.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
has some tips for anglers who
would like to go after these mon-
ster fish that scientists call
"morones" (because of their sci-
entific family name, "Moronidae").
"In Florida, morones keep to
freshwater," said FWC fisheries
biologist Rick Long. "Atlantic and
Gulf saltwaters are too warm for
Striped bass stripers for short
- can get enormous. The state
record is a 42.25 pounder, bagged
in the Apalachicola River in 1993.
Anglers catch stripers on heavy
bait-casting or open-faced spinning
tackle with 12- to 25-pound test
line. For big stripers, live shad or
small eels are the best baits. For
smaller stripers, yellow or white
1/8- to 1 /2-ounce jigs are good
baits, and so are plastic twitch baits
and poppers for surface fishing and
also spoons.
Sunshine bass a hybrid prod-
uct of artificially crossing a female
white bass with a male striper -
also are among the heavyweight
morones in Florida's waters. The
FWC stocks a million of them in
fish management areas and other
public waters every year. So far, the
state record is 16.31 pounds. That
one came out of Lake Seminole in
1985. Sunshine anglers use lighter
gear than striper fishermen and
many of them favor lures that
resemble shad. Other popular baits
include live minnows, live or dead
shrimp and chicken liver, fished on
the bottom.

"White bass are smaller, but
they are scrappy fighters on light
tackle," Long said. "They'll hit flies,
spinners, small plugs or minnows."
The state record white bass is
4.69 pounds, and it came out of
(where else but?) the Apalachicola
River in 1982. FWC fisheries biolo-
gist said the most productive
morone fishing in Florida in 2005
will be:
The Apalachicola River/Lake
Seminole This is the home of all
three state record morones. In the
lake, stripers and sunshine bass
congregate along the old river
channels and near the dam in fall
and winter. They migrate up Geor-
gia's rivers in the spring.
In the river, stripes and sunshine
bass range from the dam to the
coast during fall and winter around
pilings, deep channels and drop-
offs. Larger ones hang around the
dam in the spring. They go after
bucktail jigs and crankbaits. White
bass feed in schools, and they like
live crayfish and freshwater shrimp.
* Lake Talquin/Ochlockonee River
- This system produces lots of 10-
to 20-pound stripers that take to live
shad, jigs and spoons. White bass,
rebounding from recent drought,
historically approach state record
size. They are all over the place in
the fall and winter and migrate to
the dam in the spring.
St. Johns River The FWC
doesn't stock the river with sun-
shine bass anymore, but it still has a
few. Stripers are a different story
with 8- to 12-pound fish showing
up regularly. Striped bass move
throughout the river in fall and win-
ter. The best spots to catch them
are around jetties, the bombing
ranges in Lake George,the lower
Oklawaha River, Buffalo Bluff,
Shands Bridge, Buckman and
other bridges in Jacksonville. The
big stripers congregate in cool-
water creeks in the summer. Live
shad and shiners, jigs and shad-imi-

Chamber hosts

Business After Hours
The Frostproof Chamber of to 608 South Scenic and has
Commerce is holding Busi- changed names to Southern
ness After Hours at Southern Charm Floral and Gifts. We are
Charm Floral and Gifts located inviting everyone to come out
at 608 S. Scenic Highway, Jan- to the ribbon cutting ceremo-
uary 18th, 2004 from 4 P.M. till ny at 4 P.M. on January 18th,
7P.M. 2005. Immediately after the
Elervone -is invited to cerenony,.there willbe an
attend the Ribbo- Cut rjnger- open house till 7 P.M. every-
emony for Southern Charm. one is welcome to come out
Helen's Florist and Nursery and show your support.
as you may or may not know If you would like to attend
has moved from 111 Chesney please R.S.V.P. to 635-9112.

tating crankbaits are the baits to
use in this river. Blackwater/Yellow
rivers In this northwest Florida
area, the FWC stocks these waters
with stripers every year. The best
fishing is in the upper Blackwater
Bay, near the river mouths in the fall
and winter and upstream in the
summer. Sometimes, the best time
to go is at night. Be prepared to bag
10-, 20- or even 30-pound striped
bass. Use live mullet, menhaden or
shrimp for bait. Shad-imitating
lures also work. Choctawhatchee
River The FWC stocks this river
with stripers and sunshine bass.
The main fishery is between SR 20
and Choctawhatchee Bay in Wal-
ton and Washington counties dur-
ing fall and winter. The baits to use
are live finger mullet, shad and
menhaden. During cold weather,
anglers use shad-imitating lures to
bag fish from surface-feeding
schools. During summertime, the
fish'seek out cool-water tributaries.
Escambia River The FWC
has begun stocking this river annu-
ally, alternating striped bass and
sunshine bass. Anglers catch both
species in the lower 10 miles of the
river during fall and winter. The fish
migrate up-river in the spring.
Dawn and dusk are prime times for
striper fishing, especially on a
falling tide. In the lower tidal part of
the river, points of land extending
into the river are good fishing spots.
The best baits on this river are live
mullet and menhaden, shad- or
mullet-imitating lures, live shrimp

and twister-tail type jigs.
St. Marys River Striped bass
are the most popular sport fish in
the St. Marys River and connected
waterways. The FWC stocks the St.
Marys with stripers, but it also gets
some migrating fish from the St.
Johns River. Stripers tend to spend
the winter in the lower river and
move north above U.S. 17 in the
spring. On the St. Marys, anglers
bag stripers between 1-95 and the
town of St. Marys near the mouths
of the larger tributaries, along deep
banks and around the 1-95 Bridge
Pilings. On the Nassau River, which
is connected to the St. Marys,
striped bass hang around the con-
fluence with Thomas Creek to
below U.S. 17 around Pearson
Island. In the summer, stripers con-
gregate in tributaries with cool-
water discharge. Trolling along or
casting to steep banks with jigs or
shad-imitating lures is the way to
go on this river. Live shrimp work
Eagle Lake This is a 200-acre
reclaimed phosphate pit in
Hamilton County. It's a fish
management area that the FWC
stocks with 50-100 sunshine bass
per acre annually. The lake's abun-
dance of shad nurtures sunshine
bass to 6 or 7 pounds in two years.
Fall and winter are the best times to
go. Rapidly retrieved crankbaits
fished deep and suspending shad
imitators work well on this lake.
Edward Medard Lake The
FWC stocks 100 sunshine bass per

Library events

Annual February
art show
Artwork for the Annual Febru-
ary Art Show will be accepted
beginning January 21st through the
29th. Art show is held from Febru-
ary 1st through February 28th.
Each participant may enter (2)
two-dimensional pieces of art-
work. Each piece must be suitable
for hanging. The show is judged by
an independent judge and cash
awards are presented to the top
three participants. An Arts Recep-
tion and Open House will be held
on Thursday, February 24th, begin-
ning at 5:30 p.m. Art prizes will be
awarded at 6:30 p.m.

Silent auction
The Latt Maxcy Memorial
Library Fienids of the Library will
hold a silent auction at the library
on Feb. 24th. Also, local artist, Tom
Freeman, will be completing a
Florida landscape during the Open

House and it will be auctioned off
at the end of the evening. Proceeds
from the auction will be directed to
the Friends of the Library.

'Living at the
Lake' series
The "Living at the Lake" class is
for lakefront owners OR anyone
interested in learning more about
Central Florida's wonderful lake
resources. The course covers an
overview of lakes, lake origins and
regions, plants, birds and animals
found in our lakes and builds up to
restoration techniques and devel-
oping a management plan. Registra-
tion is requested a minimum
enrollment of ten is required. To
register please call the library at 863
635-7857. This course is free and
open to the public It is being
offered by the library in conjunc-
tion with the Polk County Exten-
sion Office.
The Living at the Lake series will
be held January on the 5th, 10th,
12th, 17th, 19th and 24th from 9:30
am-11 am.

r and hybrid
acre annually in this 700-acre FWC stocks
reclaimed phosphate pit in Hills- sunshine ba
borough County. Most of the fish Most of the fi
anglers catch in this lake are 1 or 2 dinner table
pounds, but some 2-year-old fish 1 pound, bul
tip the scales at 6 pounds. Fall and to 3 pounds.
winter are the times for fishing in shad that pr
Edward Medard Lake, and the best for the bass
techniques are drifting in open anglers. Fisl
water with live minnows or bot- and spring n
tom-fishing with dead shrimp or use are live
chicken liver. Trolling with deep- liver, fished
diving crankbaits also is effective in Sixth Avenu
finding sunshine bass schools that holes throu
often congregate along drop-offs. fishermen c
The lake has a nice fishing pier with here at the
good fishing, species' rant
Lake Osborne Lake More
Osborne (356 acres) and Lake Ida morones a
(159) acres, are the largest water available at
bodies in the Osborne Chain of MyFWC.i
Lakes in Palm Beach County. The dex.html.

Lake Osborne with 28
iss per acre annually.
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by the time they reach
t some of them make it
The lake has plenty of
ovide a source of food
and a source of bait for
thing is best in winter
months, and the baits to
minnows and chicken
on the bottom near the
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ghout the lake. Bank
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southern limit of the
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Older man needs a ride
from-Fort Drum to town
at least once a month.

BULL DOG- Female,
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CAT black & white neutered
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Air Conditioners 505
Antiques 510
Appliances 515
Appliance Parts 520
Beauty Supplies 525
Bicycles 530
Books & Magazines 535
Building Materials 540
Business Equipment 545
Carpets/Rugs 550
Children's Items 555
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Clothing 565
Coins/Stamps 570
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Fireplace Fixture 600
Firewood 605
Furniture 610
Furs 615
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Jewelry 635
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Office Supplies/
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Pools & Supplies 685
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Sporting Goods 705
Stereo Equipment 710
Television/Radio 715
Tickets 720
Tools 725
Tos& Games 730
Wanted to Buy 740

12cer 3yrs. old pd. $1700
will sacrifice for $500

Wood Burning, exc. cond.,
$450. (863)675-4858

only 6 times, excellent
condition, $45. (863)467-
FREEZER- Small, 6 cubic',
good condition, $125,

white, $60, (863)675-

STOVE -Maytag Electric,
white, very seldom used,
$100, (863)612-0974.

STOVE- white, electric,
works fine $25,

pool, heavy duty, super
capacity +, $225.

vent, dbl/drs, insulated
roof 7'6"wX10'2"hX7'4"h
$1000 863-357-3160.


Dresses for Flower Girl,
white, sizes 6 & 7, $200 or
will sell separately.
HAY RACK w/bunk feeder.
8' x 6', little rust.
Great deal @ $40.
863-763-0981 Iv. msg.
Prom Dress, size 9/10,
black & white. $75.
Call (863)634-0339

slimfit Women's bareback,
1x34, & Lawmens 5x36,
$10 863-763-0981.


Hewlett Packard- Approx 8
mo old, Little use, Paid
$950, asking $300,

BARREL CHAIR, rose col-
ored, excellent condition,
$50 neg. (863)610-2117

COUCH-'9, scotch guard,
exc cond, $165,

King size, with individual
$50, (863)612-0974.
SOFA full size, solid oak &
beige corduroy. $75. Call

GOLF CLUBS 30 vintage;
collectible assorted clubs.
$300. Call (863)946-3123.

1200 Irons 3-PW, R
Shafts. Metal wds, graph-
ite $125. (863)946-3123.

netting enclosure, good
cond, Asking $500,
(863)357-6825 .

Mahogany, Formica,
Top and Bottom,
$150, (863)467-3645.
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AIR HANDLER with heater,
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PORTABIKE, made in Italy,
foldable, great for travel-
ers, $60. (440)622-5989

PUMP/SPRAYER, 25 galon,
12V, for 4 wheeler, $65.

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Vendor retiring, remaining
merchandise, 2300 items,
6 cardtables, $10 ea.
$500. (440)622-5989

DRUM SET- 6pc, all wood
finish, excellent condition,
all accessories, $250 neg.
(239)410-8799 Iv msg.

GUITAR, Stella, Harmony, 6
string, late 40's early 50's,
made of Birchwood, orig.
bag case. $550 863-467-

w/rolls, exc. cond.

METAL DESK 62x32 in-
cludes 2 Ig file drawers.
$100. (863)357-1078.

6 weeks old
female $40

female, ready to go, $30
each. (863)763-4566.

full size, like new. Cost
$800 selling for $100.

AUDIO ART APM- 440 watt
with built in crossover,
$50, (863)697-3505.

W6 10", & a Bandpass
Box $200, (863)697-



Christmas Trees 745
Farm Equipment 805
Farm Feed/Products 810
Farm Miscellaneous 815
Farm Produce 820
Farm Services
Offered 825
Farm Supplies/
Services Wanted 830
Fertilizer 835
Horses 840
Supplies 845
Lawn s Garden 850
Livestock 855
Poultry/Supplies 860
Flowers 865

HORSES 2 Mare's incl.
Cackle, Tamed, V4
horse bay. $2000

KETS- 2 canvas & cotton,
camo 72" new $60, will
separate, (863)763-0981.



Just Listed! Three one acre parcels-one
with well & septic for $25,000 and two with
septic only for $19,500-all three "as is".
233 Feet on Hwy 27, 1.5 Acres m/I on
Corner lot across from mini storage/
convenience store/office complex! ASKING
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home or new doublewide mobile home.
ASKING $49,900.
2.5 Acres with well/septic/electric. Sold "as
is". ASKING $30,000.
2.5 Acres Deed Restrictions. ASKING
7.7 Acres, paved road/deed restrictions.
ASKING $45,000.
10 Acres on high hill overlooking beautiful
lake. ASKING $110,000.
Two 5 Acres parcels-paved road,
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Boats 3005
Campers/RVs 3010
Jet Skiis 3015
Marine Accessories 3020
Marine Miscellaneous 3025
Motorcycles 3030
Sport Vehicles ATVs 3035

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BASS BOAT: Approx. 18'
Motor & Trailer.
$2500 (239)784-9118

FIBERGLASS- 14', electric
start, 30hp, $950,
(863)763-8352 Leave

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CAMPER, '95- Dutchman,
needs new home, in adult
fishing camp, $7000

BOAT COVER- Waterproof,
fits up to 22', $75,.

new, 46 Ib. thrust, $200.

HONDA 1982 mint condi-
tion. Runs & looks great.
$1000 or best offer. Call

Suzuki Intruder, '98, fully
dressed, exc. cond.,
$6500. (863)467-9766 aft
6 pm

1997, 535cc, exc cond,
kept inside, $2500,


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

'86, runs good,$800,

350 Olds v8 (not 307), re-
built auto trans $800 will
separate, (863)467-8856,
'86, 4X4, runs good,
FORD F250- '85, Diesel,
4x4, runs good, $2200 or
trade, has gooseneck
hook up (863)697-9704.
'94,4 Dr., V6, Auto. Runs,
nice. $1000.
HONDA CRX 1991 2 door
automatic, Runs excellent.
$2500. (863)357-1805.

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classfl.html or mailto:
Toyota Corolla, '92, 4dr,
auto, 30 miles to the gal.,
looks & runs exc. $1000.

Golf Carts,
Buy and Sell
Call (863)824-0878

BEDLINER for Ford Ranger
6' bed 1997 & tool box
incl. $200 oir best offer.
Call (863)467-0987.
Custom Air Dam w/driving
lights for 95-99 Chevy
GMC P/U/SUV. New. $75.
Dodge truck topper, '98, for
long bed truck, red, $500
firm. (863)467-9766 aft
TOW BAR- For Ford Ranger
truck, $30, neg.,
863)467-5467. Ask for
Bob or Lv msg.
TOW BARS- Reese tow bar,
$30, neg., (863)467-5467
Ask for Bob or Lv msg.

'94 CHEVY S-10,
4.3L, A/C, Runs good,
Chevy Pick Up, '92
4x4, V-8 350 engine, auto
trans., a/c, good condition.
$4,000 or best offer.
7-5, Mon-Fri.
GMC 1973 PU
for parts. Titled,
good tires $200.
Call 239-357-5984

8 Passenger, V6, Auto.,
A/C, C/D. Good cond.
$3000. 863-467-1530

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