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Creation Date: June 14, 2007
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Thursday, June 14, 2007 Vol. 92 No. 52 Frostproof's Hometown Newspaper for More Than 85 Years 50 cents

At a Glance

Public Notice
In accordance with City
Code, Section 20-22. Parking
on Lake Clinch Boulevard;
effective June 4, 2007, no vehi-
cle may be parked in the area
adjacent to Lake Clinch Boule-
vard from First Street on the
north to Hickory Avenue on
the south unless such vehicle
shall have affixed to the rear
bumper on the left side a cur-
rent decal issued by the City.
Persons residing in or paying
taxes within the City, to
include persons with 635 tele-
phone exchange, shall receive
a decal without charge. Decals
will be available at the Utility
Department located on sec-
ond floor of City Hall from 8
a.m. 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Violators may be given
a citation for improper park-
ing. Call 863-635-7850 with
any questions.
City Council
plans meeting
The next Regular City
Council Meeting will be held
Monday, June 18, at6 p.m.
The City would also like to
remind everyone, the City
Council Public Meetings are
held the first and third Monday
of the month. Beginning in
July Regular City Council
meetings will be held the sec-
ond and fourth Monday for
the months of July, August
and September.
Frostproof City Hall is locat-
ed at 111 First Street. For more
information call 635-7855.
Adult Softball
SLeague meeting
Any adults interested in
participating in the Frostproof
Adult Softball League are
encouraged to attend the
Thursday, June 14 meeting
will be held at 7 p.m. at Hen-
derson Field. If unable to
attend or you would like more
information please call 635-
4641 or 635-5786. Managers,
Coaches and Sponsors should
be present.
Museum post
summer hours
The Frostproof Historical
Museum located at 210 South
Scenic Highway, is open on
Saturday afternoons, 1 p.m.
until 4 p.m. beginning June 1
through September 30. Other
Hours are available by
appointment: call (863) 638-
Fourth of July
donations sought
The Frostproof Area
Chamber of Commerce Com-
munity Affairs Committee is
meeting weekly to work on
the 4th of July plans. The
committee is actively seeking
donations to fund the annual
fireworks and afternoon activ-
ities. Area churches, civic
organizations, businesses and
individuals are encouraged to
make donations of $100 or
more to help fund this years'
firework display. Please con-
tact committee chairman
Ralph Waters at 635-5555 for
more information.
Class of 1977
plans reunion
Seeking all graduates of
class of 1977 for a reunion. We
are trying to re-create our jun-
ior prom at Indian Lake
Estates and look forward to all
attending. The dates that have
been selected are Friday, June
22,,2007, and Saturday, June
23, 2007. If you have further
questions about this event
please contact Jack Dyer, 635-
4284 or Sherry Gaffney, 635-
5345. Thank you and look for-
ward to hearing from you.
See Page 2 for information about
how to contact the newspaper.

Community Links. Individual Voices.

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Polk County gains recognition

Polk County
Named 2007
All-America County
BARTOW, Fla. Roll out the
red carpets and let the celebra-
tions begin! Polk County was offi-
cially named an All-America
County by the National Civic
Polk County sent a 35-member
team to Anaheim, Calif., to make
an extraordinary presentation
depicting the three grassroots pro-
grams highlighted in the applica-
tion, host an inter-active trade
show exhibit and answer ques-
tions about the community and
the programs. This outstanding,
diverse team comprised of 14 gov-
ernment officials and staff mem-
See County Page 2

Submitted photo/BoCC
Members of the Polk Anaheim Delegation team were comprised of 14 government officials and staff members and 21 com-
munity partners, business leaders, teens and volunteers represented Polk County's diverse population of all ages.

WIU student

athletes make

top grades

OLATHE, Kans. The
spring semester has seen mas-
sive improvements on the field
of competition, but also the
very high standards off the
field have not slipped. The
NAIA has published a list of
their spring semester Daktron-
ics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes,
including six Webber students.
Softball along with men's
and women's tennis qualified
two student-athletes each to

garner this prestigious award.
Honored for the Lady War-
riors' softball team were a pair
of juniors. Jamie Vickers and
Mallorie Horton were an inte-
gral part of a standout season
and proved equally strong in
the classroom. Vickers a Palm
Bay, Florida native is majoring
in Business and Horton from
Plantation, Florida is studying
See Athletes Page 2

PCC announces

Summer Term


Polk Community College's
in person registration for Term
3B is now being conducted
from 8:30 am to 7 pm Mon-
days through Thursdays and
until 5 pm on Fridays on the
Lakeland and Winter Haven
campuses. Students can also
register on online at
Late Registration will be

held on both campuses on
June 25 27, from 8:30 am to 7
pm. There is an additional $25
fee for late registration.
Summer classes meet on
an accelerated pace of six
weeks. Term 3B classes will
be begin June 25 and end
Aug. 7.
See Term Page 2

Once again the citizens of
Frostproof are joining together
to help a local family in need.
A benefit yard sale will be held
Friday, June 15 and Saturday,
June 16 from 8 a.m. until 2
p.m. each day at the Gravely
Barn located on the corner of
County Road 630 and Ulmer
Road in Frostproof.
The benefit is being held to
help raise funds for Brianna
Harper's medical expenses.
Brianna is seven years old and
is under treatment for Aplastic
Anemia. She is the daughter of
Greg and Lynn Harper.
Donations of items as well
as helpers are needed. If you
would like to make a donation
or volunteer your time for this
worthy event please contact
Pinky Gravely at 863-632-3243,
Angie Hanger at 863-289-2347
or Maria Wotitka at 863-528-
Please plan to attend this
benefit yard sale there promis-
es to be something for every-
one. Several local merchants
have donated items which will
also be available for a dona-

Polk County Historical Asso-
ciation sponsors Polk County
9th grader Kaylie Starling at the
National History Day Contest in
College Park, Maryland on June
Kaylie, daughter of Karen
and James Starling, is a ninth
grader at Bartow High School.
She is a bright, articulate lover of
history who has competed in
the National History Day Con-
test for the last three years, start-
ing at the county level and
advancing to the state level. This
year she received the first place
award in the Senior Individual
Documentary Category for her
power point presentation enti-
tled: Failure is Not an Option:
The Tragic Explosion of and Tri-

File photo
Brianna Harper

What is Aplastic
Aplastic anemia is a disorder
in which the bone marrow
greatly decreases or stops pro-
duction of blood cells.
Description: The bone mar-
row (soft tissue which is locat-
ed within the hard outer shell of
the bones) is responsible for
the production of all the types
of blood cells. The mature

forms of these cells include red
blood cells, which carry oxy-
gen throughout the body;
white blood cells, which fight
infection; and platelets, which
are involved in clotting. In
aplastic anemia, the basic
structure of the marrow
becomes-abnormal, and those
cells responsible for generating
blood cells (hematopoietic
cells) are greatly decreased in
number or absent.

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Submitted photo/PCHA
Pictured L to R: Melvin Sellers; Charlie Wilson; Dr. Mike Denham, President; Kaylie Starling;
and Ken Davis. Dr. Denham is presenting a $500 check from the Polk County Historical Asso-
ciation to Kaylie Starling in support of her trip to represent Florida in the National History Day
Contest in College Park. Maryland, June 10 to 14.

umphant Return of Apollo 13.
She also received the second
place award in her category at
the State Competition Level in
Tallahassee. The win made
Kaylie eligible to represent Flori-
da at the National History Day
Contest that takes place in Col-
lege Park, Maryland, June 10
through 14.
Polk County and Florida are
being represented at the nation-
al level by an outstanding stu-
dent with a love of history. The
Polk County Historical Associa-
tion is proud to sponsor Kaylie's
trip to compete with students
from all over the United States
in the National History Day Con-

Community News: Benefit Yard Sale planned

Frostproof News/Cindy Monk
The Gravely Barn will be located on the corner of County Road 630 and Ulmer Road will
be the setting for the Brianna Harper benefit yard sale June 15 & 16.

Yard Sale to benefit local youth

Polk student


County in contest

Buccneerplaers ost camat Wrne Pge


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to express your opinion or ask questions about public issues. You
are not required to give your name. While we want you to speak
out freely, the newspaper reserves the right to edit calls for clarity,
brevity, relevance and fairness.

Submitted photos/Charlene Lawson-WSC
Buccaneer Linebackers Ryan Nece and Shelton Quarles
Coach WSC Football Camp.


Continued From Page 1
bers and 21 community partners,
business leaders, teens and volun-
teers represented Polk County's
diverse population of all ages, eth-
nicities and cultures working
together to improve our communi-
ty. According the National Civic
League, the All-America County
Award application is purposely
arduous to ensure only the most
deserving of communities apply
and are selected. A panel of judges
representing government, business
and civic organizations from across
the U.S. listened, learned, ques-
tioned and ultimately determined
Polk County deserved this presti-
gious recognition.
"Polk County, once a very
homogenous "Old Florida" com-
munity, has, like many other Flori-
da locations, struggled with the
challenges of growth and a rapidly
diversifying population with
diverse needs. We've worked hard
to create a new sense of communi-
ty identity that is truly deserving of
the coveted title "All-America Coun-
ty," said Cindy Price, Vice-Chair of
Polk Vision. "This award is the tan-
gible proof that a once fragmented
community has embraced the
ideal of creating a great place to live
- turning our collective dreams into
reality, together, to become the
County of Choice! To be recog-
nized by the National Civic League
is an honor and a tribute to the pas-
sion and spirit that IS Polk County!"
As America's original and most
prestigious community recogni-
tion, the All-America County Award
encourages and recognizes civic
excellence, honoring communities
in which citizens, government,
business and nonprofit organiza-
tions demonstrate successful reso-
lution of critical community issues.
"This has been a tremendous
learning experience," said Polk
County Commissioner Bob Eng-
lish. "We visited with other finalists,

discussed programs working
across the country and have
brought back some fabulous ideas
to share with and further build our
Since 1949, more than 4,000
communities have competed and
more than 500 communities of all
sizes (cities, towns, counties,
neighborhoods and regions) have
earned this distinguished title.
These communities exemplify
community members, govern-
ment, businesses and nonprofit
organizations working together to
address critical local issues.
Polk County's winning applica-
tion and presentation featured
three grassroots programs: Hurri-
cane Heroes, Park Partners and
Teen Pregnancy Prevention
Alliance Youth Leadership Team.
Hurricane Heroes The 2004
hurricanes caused Polk's residents
and business owners to test their
survival skills, and left them won-
dering how the local economy
could overcome such destruction.
The Hurricane Heroes campaign
markets Polk County to the thou-
sands of out-of- county electric
company line workers, insurance
adjustors and FEMA staff who
assisted with the 2004 hurricane
recovery. This initiative has helped
increase sales of overnight accom-
modations, providing a much
needed boost to our economy after
a devastating hurricane season.
Park Partners Park Partners
focuses on park rejuvenation
through community commitment,
asking residents to assume owner-
ship of a park by signing an adop-
tion pledge to care for and maintain
park facilities. Park Partners also
has developed a system by which
plants can be propagated, planted
and maintained solely through
community volunteers with pro-
grams such as Backyard Nurseries,
Schoolyard Nurseries, Boot Camp
Nursery, "How To" Clinics, pre-
ferred customer discounts, and a
plant delivery network.
Teen Pregnancy Prevention
Alliance Youth Leadership Team -

This team provides outreach and
education to teens through school
and community based events. Its
mission is to educate teens and
encourage them to set healthy
goals and make appropriate and
responsible choices. The team
members, students ranging in ages
from 10 to 19 years, also advise the
Teen Pregnancy Prevention
Alliance on many aspects of their
work and give a voice to the unique
perspective of Polk's teens.
"To be selected as an All-Ameri-
ca County speaks volumes of the
leadership, civic pride and strength
of community that is evident in Polk
County," said County Manager
Mike Herr. "The camaraderie and
team spirit that evolved during
rehearsals and unified those direct-
ly involved, the lives they touch and
the community."
Although technically a "designa-
tion" and not a cash award the All-
America County honor, has provid-
ed tangible and intangible benefits
for past winners. Communities that
earn the title realize numerous ben-
efits, including national recogni-
tion, greater civic collaboration and
economic stimulus. Award win-
ners have reported increases in
tourism, grants, bond ratings, new
businesses and new residents as a

result of the designation. The All-
America County designation indi-
cates to businesses and individuals
that the County is an ideal place to
live, work and play.
"The award reinvigorates a
community's sense of civic
pride," said English. "Winning
communities benefit from using
the ingenuity, wisdom and tradi-
tions of the entire community in
solving problems."
Many community individuals
and businesses were involved in
the successful send-off of the team
and their presentation, including
Clark/ Nikdel/Powell, Inc. of Winter
Haven, and DC Inc Portable Weld-
ing and Fabrication of Bartow who,
along with the Central Florida
Development Council, sponsored
the team's winning efforts.
The Board of County Commis-
sioners authorized up to $50,000
for the competition expenses, but
total expenditures are expected to
rest near $45,000. The board's
expenditure, will be reduced by
contributions from the community,
$10,000 in contributions from area
businesses through the Central
Florida Development Council and
meal expense sponsorships for the
teens from area businesses and

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Community Briefs

Last Thursday's (6/7/2007) afternoon rain sent campers
and coaches into the Turner Athletic Center for some
indoor coaching and counseling. Ryan Nece addresses
football camp participants (Shelton Quarles on left).


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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ryan Nece and Shelton Quarles
coach kids at WSC Football Camp held June 6-June 10.

Football Camp held at

Warner Southern College

The Shelton Quarles and
Ryan Nece Football Camp start-
ed Wednesday, June 6 at Warn-
er Southern College. Quarles
and Nece, Linebackers for the
Tampa Bay Buccaneers greeted
camp participants Wednesday

Practice began Wednesday
evening and will continue in
morning and afternoon sessions
through the weekend. More than
150 boys, ages 7 18, from Flori-
da and other states, are enrolled
in the camp, which is managed
by Sports International.

Acrylic paint
classes offered
Tom Freeman will be teach-
ing Acrylic Painting for 4 weeks
on Thursday afternoon during
the month of June. Frostproof
Art League members can take
the class for free. Non-members
cost will be $35 for the month.
Class size will be limited. Call
now to reserve your spot and get
a list of supplies.
For information or to sign up-
call the Frostproof Art League at
635-7271 or drop by during
operating hours.
Plant Society
plans meetings
The Florida Native Plant Soci-
ety meetings are the first Tues-
day of each month at 7 p.m. at
the Agri-Civic Center at'4509
George Boulevard, Sebring, FL
33875 Classroom III. For more
information, contact Karina
Veaudry 321.332.6242.

mentors needed
The Special Friends Mentor-
ing Program of Gulf Coast Com-
munity Care is in search of car-
ing individuals in Polk County to
share a few hours a month with
a child who is at risk of abuse
and/or neglect. This program
that matches adult volunteers
with children, ages 3 to 17, to
enhance their socialization
skills, self-esteem, and academic
skills. At this. time, Special
Friends has openings for men-
tors throughout Polk County.
Potential volunteers must be
21 years of age or older, pass
drug screening and a back-
ground check. Training and
ongoing support are provided by
the program.
If you are interested in mak-
ing a difference in the life of a
child, please call the Special
Friends Program Coordinator at
(863) 904-3000, ext. 124.
Special Friends is funded by

Heartland for Childfren. Com-
munity Based Care Hardee,
Highlands and Polk Counties.
Gulf Coast Community Care is a
non-profit, community based
social service agency.


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As with softball both tennis
teams qualified for postseason
play in the spring. Honored for
the women's team were Maria
Chalmers, and Brittany Pinson.
Chalmers is a senior in the field
of Hospitality Management, and
Pinson a junior Finance major.
Representing the men's ten-
nis team were two Europeans
seniors, majoring in Sport Man-
agement. Leigh Griffiths hails
from England and Christophe
Bonadona from France. Both
players excelled in and out of the
classroom and helped the War-
riors to a place in the 2007
National Tournament.
In order to qualify for the
Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete
the nominees need to be a jun-
ior or above in academic stand-
ing, they need to have been in
attendance at the nominating
institution a minimum of one
full year. The nominees must
also have a grade point average
of a 3.50 (on a 4.0 scale), and be
certified as eligible on the eligi-
bility certificate.


Continued From Page 1
For additional registration
information call 669-2305, see
www.polk.edu/learn on the web
or consult a schedule booklet
(available at area chambers of
commerce, high schools,
libraries and PCC's Lakeland
and Winter Haven campuses).

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Hospital to host

workshop June 19

Winter Haven Hospital will be
presenting, as a part of the Family
Life series, "Children and Self-
Esteem", on Tuesday, June 19,
2007, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
This very informative program will
be held at the Sweet Center, 1201
First Street South, Winter Haven.
Ms. Meena Mohan, LCSW,
Behavioral Health Division, Win-
ter Haven Hospital, will be the
speaker for this free community
program. This workshop will
focus on improving children's self-
image. You will learn to identify

this special group of children who
exhibit self-defeating behaviors.
Parents and teachers can explore
strategies that elevate children's
self esteem and build positive and
consistent self-imagine.
There is no cost to attend this
class, but pre-registration is
required. Please call the Winter
Haven Hospital Health Connec-
tion at 291-6705 or 1-800-416-6705
for more information and to make
your reservation. Child care is not
provided. Please do not bring chil-
dren to this class.

LM Library hosts

summer program

The Latt Maxcy Memorial
Library is hosting their annual
summer children's program to be
held during June, July and August.
All programs begin at 10 am. and
are FREE and open to the public.
No registration is required.
June- On Friday, June 15 the
library will host a Drug Prevention
Puppet Show. Wednesday, June
20 Davidson Candies of Dundee
will visit. Friday, June 29 "The Bat-
tersby Duo" will perform a musi-
cal comedy.

July-Friday, July 13, come and
enjoy the 'Gatorland' Animal Edu-
cational Show. Wednesday, July
18 show will be announced at a
later date. Friday, July 27 the Divi-
sion of Forestry will provide a
'Special Visitor' as well as exhibit
their equipment.
August-The Fritzy Brothers will
perform a magical event Friday,
Aug.10at 10a.m.
For more information please
call the Latt Maxcy Memorial
Library at 635-7857.

Upward Basketball and
Cheerleading programs are
coming to Emmanuel Baptist
Fellowship. The Upward pro-
gram is for children Kinder-
garten thru sixth grade. Boys
and girls will be equally teamed
in each program, as well as
having equal playing time and
much more.

Registration will be held Sat-
urday, June 15 with a cost of
$45 basketball ) & $55 (cheer-
leading) and June 16 thru July
27 with a cost of $55 (basket-
ball) & $65 (cheerleading).
For more details please con-
tact Bill Pierstorff or Scott
Thompson at Emmanuel Bap-
tist Fellowship 863-635-5040.

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WIU welcomes Terrell Griffin

BABSON PARK, Fla. Former
high school and college standout,
Terrell Griffin has been unveiled
as the new track & field and cross
country coach, director of athlet-
ics Bill Heath announced.
Griffin will take over the
reigns from Rick Moody officially
on June 18, but as far as he is
concerned the job starts imme-
diately. Griffin was a standout at
Columbia High School in Lake
City, Florida and starred in the
400 meters. He was part of the
Columbia H.S team that won the
State Championship in the 4 x
400 meter relay in 2002.
Under the tutelage of head
coach David Halliday, Griffin har-

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WIU hires Terrell Griffin.
nessed his skills as an athlete
and learned a lot about how to
deal with and coach student-ath-
letes. It was Halliday who put

Griffin in touch with Webber
when Harry Waddell was the
head coach. Griffin went on to
sign with the Warriors in 2003
and compete until. 2006. Griffin
was a member of the 4 x 400
meter team and ran the individ-
ual 400 meters also.
Griffin earned his Bachelor of
Science degree with a major in
Sport Management, and will
graduate in February 2008 with
his Masters of Business Adminis-
tration with a concentration in
Sport Management. While work-
ing on his MBA, Griffin was hired
by former head coach Rick
Moody to be his Graduate Assis-
tant coach for both the men and
women track & field and cross

PCC offers three sports camps

Polk Community College will am 1 pm, Cost: $85 for one
offer three sports camps during .week. Each camper gets a bas-
the summer. ketball and Polk T-shirt.
Below are the schedules: The camp specializes in individ-
PCC Softball Camp-Ages: 7- ual instruction. PCC Coach Matt
18, Location: DiamondPlex, Furjanic and staff will teach the ins
Winter Haven Campus. Hours: 9 and outs of basketball, including
am to noon. Session 2: July 16 shooting, passing, ball handling,
19. Cost: $100 A T-shirt will be defense and rebounding.
provided. For more information about
PCC Head Softball Coach Basketball Camp, contact PCC's
Dottie Cupp will show campers Basketball office at 292-3695 or
softball fundamentals, including email mfurjanic@polk.edu.
such aspects of the game as PCC Baseball Camp-Ages: 6-
throwing, catching, hitting, base 12, Location: PCC Baseball Field -
running, and bunting. Winter Haven Campus, Hours:
Campers need to bring a sack Monday Friday, 9 am 1 pm,
lunch everyday along with a Session 1: June 25- 29, Session 2:
towel and swimsuit for sliding July 16-20, Cost: $80 Includes
drills, glove, sunscreen, and camp T-shirt.
additional drinks (water will be PCC Baseball Coaches Joe
provided). Arnold and Brian Kraft and PCC
For more information about baseball players will conduct
Softball Camp, contact Dottie pitching, batting and running
Cupp at 292-3708 or email drills at the covered batting cage
dcupp@polk.edu. and other PCC facilities.
Polk Basketball Camp for Campers should bring money to
Boys and Girls-Ages: Boys and purchase lunch and snacks at
Girls in Grades 1-9, Location: the concession stand or bring
PCC Gym, Winter Haven Cam- their own lunch.
pus. Dates: June 25-29, Time: 9 For more information about

FB Church lists upcoming

kids Summer Program

The KidzKorner of First Baptist
Church invites all children to
attend their annual Summer-Time
Fun programs.
June 18-22-Camp Centri-Kid-
We will be attending camp in St.
Petersburg. Enrollment is limited
to Grades 3-6; there are various
fees involved-call for additional
information and space availability.
July 11 -August 15 Children

will enjoy Jungle Jaunt, a VBS
program for Wednesday
evenings, 6 PM 8 PM, ages 3
-Grade 5.
Many weekday field trips and
on campus activities are being
added to our summer calendar.
For additional information and
registration, contact Diane Can-
non, at 635-3603, or stop by the
office located at 96 west B Street.

Baseball Camp, contact Coach
Joe Arnold at 297-1008 or Coach
Brian Kraft at 297-1007.

country teams. Most recently
Griffin helped guide the Warriors
to their best ever showing at the
NAIA National Meet held in Fres-
no, California.
"I am very grateful to Presi-
dent Yentes and Mr. Heath for
believing in me and trusting me
to get the job done at Webber,"
commented Griffin. "I am also
grateful to my high school head
coach, David Halliday for push-
ing me and he is the reason I am
at Webber today. I still remain in
close contact with him and he is
still my mentor. Finally I would
like to thank my parents for mak-
ing me the young man I am
today and I look forward to the
challenge of the job," said Griffin.

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PC School Board Briefs

Driver education
classes offered
There are openings in the Polk
Public Schools driver education
classes scheduled for June. There is
no cost to take the classes. The
classes are held at five sites and are
for students in public, charter, pri-
vate and home schools. Students
must at least have a restricted
license to take the classes.
The classes are from Thursday,
June 14 to Wednesday, June 27.
Hours of instruction are 7:45 a.m.
to 3:15 p.m. No classes are held on
weekends. Absences are not per-
mitted in this program. Bus trans-
portation to driver education class-
es is not provided
The five sites for the classes
will be Auburndale, Bartow,
George Jenkins, Kathleen and
Lake Wales high schools. Call the
guidance departments at those
individual high schools for fur-
ther information.
Applications are available at all
middle and high school guidance
departments and at some private
Applications are also be avail-
able online at http//www.polk-
Free Summer Meals
available for children
Polk County Schools Foodser-
vice Department provides free,
nutritious meals to children this
summer at approximately 100 sites
across the county.
Any child, 18 years and younger,
both enrolled and non-enrolled at
program sites, is eligible for break-
fast or lunch at no cost. The pro-
gram is available to all children dur-
ing summer vacation when school
meals are not available. The sum-
mer meals program is from June 4
to August 10. Meals will not be
served on Wednesday, July 4, 2007.
Contact Betty Blankenship- at
(863) 534-0588 for a list of sites, eli-
gibility and registration information
or for further details on the summer
feeding program.
A list of sites is also included
here by location.
Berkley Charter School, Cald-
well Elementary, First Academy,
Lena Vista Elementary, Shelby
Street Station, Stambaugh Middle,
Winter Dale Academy
Babson Park
Polk County Parks & Recreation
program at Dale R. Fair Babson
Park Elementary
Bartow Civic Center, Bartow
Middle School, Carver Recreation,
Gibbons Street Elementary, Girls
Inc., Polk Street Community Cen-
ter, YMCA FBC of Bartow
Polk County Parks & Recreation
program at Loughman Oaks Ele-
Dana's Daycare, Dundee Ele-
Anna Woodbury Elementary,
Peaceful Believers Church
Frostproof Care Center, Lake-
view Park Community Center
Alta Vista Elementary, Bethune
Neighborhood Center, Citrus Cen-
ter Boys & Girls Club, Lake Eva
Civic Center, New Beaulah Mis-
sionary Church, Northridge Christ-
ian Preschool
Lake Alfred Summer Recreation
program at Lake Alfred Elemen-
tary, Highland Community Center
Lake Hamilton
Laborer & Harvesters Ministry
Citrus Center Boys & Girls Club,
Janie Howard Wilson Elementary,

Hillcrest Elementary, Lake Wales
Afterschool, Polk Avenue Elemen-
tary, South Lake Wales Summer
Recreation, Spook Hill Elementary
About Face, Alpha Care I, Alpha
Care II, Beacon Hill Preschool, Bill
Duncan Excel Center, Blake Acade-
my, Boys & Girls Club (Musso,
Sanders, Schowe), Cheyenne Terri-
tory, Combee Elementary, CT& S
Anointing Learning, Dixieland Ele-
mentary, Emma Turner Center,
Girls Inc. of Lakeland (Jenkins),
Interact Council Human Develop-
ment, Kid's Town Preschool, Kath-
leen Elementary, Lakeland Hous-
ing Authority (Paul Colton,
Westlake, Exploration V), Lake-
wood Terrace, Lime Street Elemen-
tary, Litisia's Little Learners, Oscar
J. Pope Elementary, Rochelle
School of the Arts, Pace Center for
Girls, Simpson Park Community
Center, Sleepy Hill Middle, South-
west Elementary Southwest Mid-
dle, New Jerusalem Christian,
Winston Elementary, Word Alive
Community Services, Word Alive
Learning Enrichment.

Badcock Boys & Girls Club, First
United Methodist Church, Kings-
ford Elementary
Polk City Elementary
Sheriff's Department program
atWahneta Elementary
Camp Pleasant
Winter Haven
About Face, All About Kidz
Learning, Citrus Center Boys &
Girls Club, City of Winter Haven
Leisure Services (Chain O'Lakes
Complex, Elbert Elementary, Lion's
Park, Rotary Park), Cypress Kid
Club, Cypress Oaks, Fairyland
Learning Center, Garden Grove Ele-
mentary, Garner Elementary, Girls
Inc. of Winter Haven, Kiddie
Korner, Pierre's Kiddieland, Police
Athletic League, Westwood Mid-
dle, Winter Haven Recreational &
Cultural Center.
The Polk County Schools Food-
service Department participates in
the Summer Feeding Service Pro-
gram under the jurisdiction of the
United States Department of Agri-
culture (USDA). Meals will be pro-
vided to all children without
charge. Acceptance and participa-
tion requirements for the program
and all activities are the same for all
regardless of race, color, national
origin, sex, age or disability, and
there will be no discrimination in
the course of the meal service. Any
person who believes je or she has
been discriminated against in any
USDA-related activity should write
or call immediately to:
Director, Office of Civil Rights
1400 Independence Avenue, S.W
Washington, DC 20250-9410
(800)795-3272 (voice)
Sales Tax meeting
The meeting has been resched-
uled for Tuesday, June 19, 5:30 p.m.
in the superintendent's conference
room of the district administrative
office, 1915 South Floral Avenue,
Bartow. This meeting was original-
ly scheduled for June 5. The public
is invited to attend the sales tax
oversight committee meeting.
The sales tax oversight commit-
tee, composed of community
members, was formed by the
school district in 2003 after voters
approved a referendum authoriz-
ing an additional 12cent sales tax
for school construction.
Contact Bob Williams, the
school district's assistant superin-
tendent for facilities and opera-
tions, at 863-534-0620 for further
information on this meeting.

Submitted photo/Carol Love
Mildred Windham Nelson stands with her four children (left
to right) sons; Joey Windham, Jim Windham, Mom (Mildred)
Dickie Windham and daughter Carol Ann Love.

Mildred Windham

Nelson turns 90

Mildred Windham Nelson cel-
ebrated her 90th birthday on Sun-
day, June 10 as 38 family and
friends gathered at the home of
her daughter and son-in-law
Carol and Jim Love.
Family members came from
Colorado, Georgia and through-
out Florida to join in the celebra-
tion. The family shared in an espe-
cially touching moment as
Mildred met two of her great-

grandchildren for the first time.
Mildred and her late husband
J. E. Windham settled in Frost-
proof in the 1930's and raised
their four children; James E.
Windham, II., Joey Samuel Wind-
ham, Richard 'Dickie' Windham
and Carol Ann Love.
The descendents have grown
in numbers to 12 grandchildren,
14 great-grandchildren, and one

Polk Businesses may

qualify for disaster loans

BARTOW, Fla. Qualifying
Polk Businesses must meet July 2
deadline to be eligible for eco-
nomic injury disaster loans avail-
able through the U.S. Small Busi-
ness Administration (SBA).
"SBA's disaster declaration
was issued as a result of a similar
action taken by the Secretary of
Agriculture to help farmers recov-
er from damages and losses to
crops caused by drought March 1,
2006 and continuing," said Frank
Skaggs, Director of SBA Field
Operations Center East.
Under this declaration, SBA's
Economic Injury Disaster Loan
(EIDL) program is available to
farm-related and nonfarm-relat-
ed, small business concerns and
small agricultural cooperatives
that suffered economic injury as a
direct result of this disaster. Farm-
ers and ranchers are not eligible
to apply to SBA, but nurseries are
eligible to apply for economic
injury caused by drought condi-
Eligible small businesses may
qualify for loans up to $1.5 mil-
lion. These loans are available at a
4 percent interest rate with loan
terms up to 30 years. SBA deter-
mines eligibility for the program

based on the size and type of busi-
ness and its financial resources.
Loan amounts and terms are set
by SBA and are based upon each
applicant's financial condition.
Under this disaster declaration,
SBA cannot provide loans to agri-
cultural producers.
Interested business owners
should contact SBA's Customer
Service Center by calling 1-800-
(1-800-877-8339 for the hear-
ing-impaired), Monday through
Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sat-
urday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. EDT. Business loan appli-
cations can also be downloaded
from the SBA's website at
sistance. Completed applications
should be mailed to: U.S. Small.
Business Administration, Process-
ing and Disbursement Center -
14925 Kingsport Road, Fort
Worth, TX 76155.
Completed loan applications
must be returned to SBA no later
than July 2, 2007. For more infor-
mation about the SBA's Disaster
Loan Programs, visit our website
at www.sba.gov/services/disas-

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Frostproof Rotary update

Frostproof Rotary will have
three incoming seniors from
Frostproof High School attend-
ing the week-long Seminar for
Tomorrow's Leaders at Florida
Southern in Lakeland. Rotarian
Mary Ruth Wilson will escort
the students to the seminar on
Sunday, June 17 as Rotarian
President Ralph Waters will
provide transportation for the
return trip home on Saturday,
June 23.
On Tuesday, June 19, the
Club members are invited to
S4TL to attend the annual "rap"
session where delegates and
Rotarians share their views on
current-event topics. If you are
a former or present Rotary
member and would like to
attend, please contact Bea

Refreis. A Dutch-treat lunch will
be served at noon, followed by
rap-session guidelines at 12:45
P.M. The rap session will end
around 3 P.M. According to
Rotarians Mary Miller and Ann
Louise Budd this is truly a great
This year, the Club had bud-
geted for only two delegates to
attend S4TL. The cost for each
delegate is $425. We are
accepting donations to help
cover the cost of our third dele-
gate. If you would like to make
a donation, please let me know
by return email, and then mail
your tax-deductible check to
The Frostproof Rotary Charita-
ble Foundation, Inc., PO Box
456, Frostproof, FL 33843.
Thank you.

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Babysitting 405
Child Care Needed410
Child Care Offered415
Instruction 420
Services Offered 425
Insurance 430
Medical Services435

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Air Conditioners 505
Antiques 510
Appliances 515
Appliance Parts 520
Beauty Supplies 525
Bicycles 530
Books & Magazines 535
Building Materials540
Business Equipment 545
Carpets/Rugs 550
Children's Items 555
China, Glassware, Etc. 560
Clothing 565
Cons/Stamps 570
Collectibles 575
Computer/Video 580
Crafts/Supplies 585
Cruises 590
Drapes, Lnsm 1 Fa ric 595
Replace Fixture 600
Firewood 605
Furniture 610
Furs 615
Health & Reducing
Equipment 620
Heating Equipment/
Supplies 625
Household Items 630
Jewelry 635
Lamps/Lights 640
Luggage 645
Medical Items 650
Miscellaneous 655
Musical Instruments 660
Office Supplies/
Equipment 665
Services 670
Photography 675
Plumbing Supplies 680
Pools Supplies 685
Equipment 690
Satellite 695
Sewing Machines 700
Sporting Goods 705
Stereo Equipment 710
Tloevision/Radio 715
Tickets 720
Tools 725
lbya & Games 730
Wanted to Buy 740

AIR COND- for mobile home,
Lennox 5 ton, 10 KW heat.
like new, paid $4200 asking
$2100(863)634-0364 Joe

CHEVY PICK- UP '54, Good
for restoration. Runs good.
Needs brakes, good Fla. title

5.0 cu. ft. deep freeze. $75
or best offer. (863)673-5771
DISHWASHER- Frigidaire,
Black, Excellent condition.
$70. (863)763-8011
FREEZER: Small, upright,
works well & clean. $90 or
best offer. 863-634-2724
Call anytime. Okeechobee

side by side, with ice maker.
$450 (863)467-8294
pool, almost new. Paid
$725, asking $500. Must
sell! 863-634-2724

trusses, New, 30'x50', Wht
covering, instruct., access.
$6500.954-258-5008 LaBelle
METAL SHED- 8x16, 6ft high,
with doors at both ends,
$350 (561)741-4647

PLYWOOD (50 sheets): $300
for all. Call (561)762-4620
Jupiter area.

CARSEAT / Stroller Combo &
POWER Wheels Car: $65 for
both, will sep.
mattress. GRACO BOUNCER:
Good condition. $130 neg
for both. 863-673-2726

WEDDING GOWN- David's Bri-
dal. Never worn. Size 14.
$300. or best offer.
6-8, Straight fit. $300.

items, Rare items, items from
Graceland, memorabilia. $350
neg. (863)467-0627
$600 (863)234-9595
ited edition, unique, never
used, still in box. $600.

tium 4, XP Pro, monitor, key-
board, mouse & speakers.
$225. (863)517-2782 Tony
HP PRINTER- Desk Jet 3845,
Ink & accessories included.
Brand new, Never opened.
$75. Neg. (863)467-0627
LAPTOP, Older IBM, Win-
dows, power cords, works.

QUILT TOPS, Ready to quilt,
different sizes. $500 for all
or will separate.

^^^^ ^^

BAR STOOLS (3): 24", wood-
en, high back, swivel. $100
BEDROOM SET- 4 pcs. Ar-
moire, Dresser w/mirror. 2
bedside tables. Gray Formica.
$75. Firm (863)674-5753
BEDROOM SET, Wicker, head-
board, dresser w/mlrror & 2
night stands, great shape.
$100 (863)634-5861
leather. $200 or best offer.
DINING SET, Bassett, beautiful
cherry wood, table, 6 chairs
& hutch. $500
DRESSER w/Match Chest of
Drawers & Mirror. Full size
bed frame. Excellent condi-
tion. $200 (937)728-1344 -
END TABLES (2) Glass Top.
Curved legs. $70 for both,
will sep. (863)946-3265
HEADBOARD: Solid oak wood,
fits regular queen beds.
$25. 863-763-3286

Glass door top, 2 door bot-
tom + 6 shelves. Great
cond. $100. (863)763-2763
GLIDER- good condition, hard-
ly used, $25 (863)675-2503
MAN, Beige & peach, excel-
lent condition. $50
TWIN BED, with mattresses &
rails, good condition. $80
WATERBED, Foam top, king
size. Orig. $2200, asking
$1000 or best offer.
(863)675-1155 Labelle

GOLF EQUIP: Complete set of
clubs, cart & bag, 1-9, pitch-
ing wedge, putter, 1 doz golf
balls. $50. 863-675-6178

LYMAN 54 caliber Great Plains
Rifle, mint cond., all acces-
sories, A Steal! $400.
BSA Deerhunter 3-9x40, Sim-
mons 8-Point 3-9x40. $300.
Will sep. (863)885-1172
SHOT GUN, 12 gage, pump,
Remington, $200.

manual fast track walker, ex-.
ercise bike. $250/all will sep.
WHEELCHAIR, Electric, Pride
Jazzy, swing away joystick,
exc. cond., $1100.

PROPANE TANK: 100 Ibs, 2
years old, over /2 full. $60.

PENDANT LIGHTS (3) all for
$55 or will sell separate
.I3 II

Quickie, Like new. Pd over
$5000. asking $1200. or
best offer. (863)634-0164
LIFT- Heavy duty for Scooter/
wheelchair. Dual motor. Ad-
justable height. $500. Call FL
SCOOTER, Pride Go Go, new
battery, $500 cash only.
^ e Ia

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Maintenance Career. FAA ap-
proved program. Financial
aid if qualified Job place-
ment assistance. CALL Avia-
tion Institute of Maintenance
from home. Medical, busi-
ness, paralegal, computers
criminal justice. Job place-
ment assistance. Financial
aid and computer provided if
qualified. Call
(866)858-2121 www.Onli-
children, etc. Only one sig-
nature required! *Excludes
Sovt. fees! Call weekdays
800)462-2000, ext.600.
8am-6pm) Alta Divorce,
LLC. Established 1977.
Show Off Our New Lifetime
Exterior Paint. Call Now to
see if your home qualifies.
(800) 961 -8547.

Ring & Arch Roller, for mak-
ing ornamental metal folk art,
$450. (863)763-3451

PIANO, Wurlitzer, Spinet w/
Bench. Excellent condition.
$1000. (863)675-0188 La-

Horizontal, 2 drawer, Letter
or legal. Good cond. $100.

Available immediately, dual
registered blues, all shots,
health certified, call
AQUARIUM, 100 gallon with
stand, $200 (863)228-2123
AQUARIUM, 90 gal. with many
access. Like new wood
stand. $375.(302)634-2378
or after 5at(302)357-3092
Males $50 Females $75
2 females, 1st shots, Health
Cert. $400 ea.,
BIRD CAGES, 5-2 hole nesting
cages for small birds, $$50
for all. (863)467-4994
2 years, black & white, has
papers, 8lbs. $300 stud fee.
neutered, 4 months old.
$200 (772)342-7317
LOVEBIRDS, 1 pair, young,
$75, 2 pair of Parakeets,
young, $30 a pair.
RED TAIL BOA, with accesso-
des, $160. (863)673-1062
AKC Reg w/ health certif.
He's ready to go! $800.

SppII 0

HOT TUB- 2005, paid $6000
asking $4300, good condi-
tion. (863)357-6851

cia, Medium action, Used
once. $50. (863)885-1172
TRIKE- Adult bike. 3 speed.
New condition. New $525.
Asking $325.

Fluance 5 Speaker Surround
Sound Home Theater Sys-
tem NEW. Serious Perfor-
mance. Amazing Quality.
Extraordinary Value. You'll
Agree! Buy Direct @
www.Fluance.com $299.
888)321-1110 Ask About
ree Giftl

220V, Single phase motor,
200 psi working pressure.
$1200. (863)467-9833
DRILL, 18 volt, cordless w/
charger & 2 batteries. $25.
GENERATOR: Briggs & Strat-
ton, 250 watts, 120 & 12
volts., 5 hp. $200.
WELDER: Miller, Onon engine,
AC/DC, 250 amps & Genera-
tor. 5.5 kw. 120 / 240 volt.
$1000. (863)675-1754

XBOX CONSOLE: With games
& accessories. $175.
How do you find a Job In
today's competitive
market? In the employ-
ment section of the cls-


Christmas Trees 745
Farm Equipment 805
Farm Feed/ProductS 10
Farm Miscellaneous 815
Farm Produce 820
Farm Services
Offered 85
Farm Supplies/
Services Wanted 830
Fertilizer 835
Horses 840
Supplies 845
Lawn & Garden 850
Livestock 855
Poultry/Supplies 860
Flowers 865

ENGINE- John Deere, 6 cyl,
Turbo diesel, power unit,
also fits John Deere loader,
less tHan 500 hours, $2500

Time to clean out the
attic, basement candor
grage? Advrtise your
yard sae ai the tnl-
feds and make your
dean Iu a bheezel

yrs. old, skittish, but aims to
please, sweet guy. $850
irm. (863)673-6829
AQHA- 8 yr. Reg., Zippo Pacif-
ic star, Gray, Roan, Gelding,
15 hands, Good handle, Lots
of cow $2500. (863)763-7831
CRACKER COLT, dark brown,
greenbroke, needs exp'd per-
son, asking $400 or best of-
fer. (863)381-9353
$250. or best offer
old. $500 or best offer.
(863)467-6725 Telina
QUARTER HORSE, Mare, 4 yrs
old, great disposition.
$2000. (561)798-3674
yr. Good mouth reining. Cant
keep anymore. Tack included
$1500. (772)460-0817

- E&Gadn05

sey Ferguson. $2500.
DR. CHIPPER- 3 point hitch,
used only 5 times, $1200
EDGER- 4 wheeled, asking
$50 (863)763-1884
LAWN MOWER: Self-pro-
pelled, 5'/2HR 21" cut, dual
lade, 1 year, excellent con-
dition. $150.850-758-7103
165 Hydro, $550
(863)675-4710 or
RIDING MOWER: Murray '03,
42" cut, $400.
13/2 hp, 40" cut. Used 5
times. Divorce forces sale.
$750. (863)634-5528
12.5hp, great shape, 30" cut,
$500 863-675-4882


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Frostprqof News, Thursday, June 14, 2007


Apartments 905
Business Places 910
Property 915
Townhouses Rent920
Farm Property -
Rent 925
House Rent 930
Land Rent 935
Resort Property -
Rent 945
Roommate 950
Rooms to Rent 955
Storage Space -
Rent 960

Iba, A/C, dishwasher, wash-
er/dryer hookups. 1st, last &
sec req'd. Call 863-635-6399
FROSTPROOF-Large lbr, with
carport & utility room. Dock
privileges, (863)635-3540
Find It taste. Sel It soon-
er In the classifleds

3BR/2BA Foreclosure!
$30,000! Only $238/Mol
5% down 20 years @ 8%
apr. Buy 6/BR $215/Mo! For
listings (800)366-9783 Ext
6/BR Foreclosure $27,000!
5/BR Only $28,000! Stop
Renting! More Homes
Available from $10,000! For
Listings (800)366-9783 Ext
Annual rental homes in the
heart of Central Florida.
Beautiful waterfront commu-
nities with resort amenities,
social events and on-site ac-
tivities. Call (800)887-8301
or visit www.EquityLifes-
Never Rent Again! Buy,
4BR/2BA $14,0001 Only
$199/Mo! 2BR $10,000! 5%
down 20years 8%. HUD
Homes Available! For list-
ings (800)366-9783 Ext

Leased Properties *Retail -
w/Ntl. Corp. Leases *Moun-
tain Chalets *Retail Land Of-
fered Individually
(800)257-4161 higgenbot-
ham.com Higgenbotham
Auctioneers ME Higgenbot-
ham, CAI
-elmmt 05

KINGS BAY 1 br w/private
bath. Full house privileges.
$125/wk. + 1/2 util.
OKEE., Unfurnished Rm, for
rent. Inclds Util, Cable, Pool
& Kitchen privileges.
OKEECHOBEE- Kitchen privi-
leges, Cable, W/D, $150/wk,
first& last (863)634-8374
OKEECHOBEE, Smoker ok.
Cable included. $300/mo. &
sec. (863)599-3818
Roommate to share 4BR/2BA
Condo in Gainesville w/Local
Univ. of FL Male Students
$450 mo. (863)634-1893

Real Estate

Business Places -
Sale 1005
Property Sale 1010
Townhouses Sale1015
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
Property Inspectionl060
Real Estate Wanted1065
Resort Property -
Sale 1070
Warehouse Space 1075
Waterfront Property 1080

Cathedral ceilings, 2 built-in
apartments, approx. 4,800 sq.
ft., on large canal leading to
Crooked Lake, just off
Hwy. :27, S Lake Wales
pontoon boat included.
$550,000 (863)528-1828 or
2BR/1BA + Bonus Room.
Completely Remodeled.
Only $74,900. 863-205-1587.
Palm Harbor Homes 30th An-
niversary Sale! Huge Dis-
counts, Easy Financing. 0%
Down when you own your
land. Hurry while this offer
lasts!!! (800)622-2832.
REDUCED, 2BR/1BA Detached
garage, fenced, large oak
trees. Next to Clinch Lake Boat

Mobile Homes

Mobile Home Lots 2005
Mobile Home Parts 2010
Mobile Homes Rent 2015
Mobile Homes Sale 2020

Mobile Homes for rent
with option to buy
Call Now!-
o r


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

ALUM 14' V BOTTOM: 18hp
motor, like new trailer, excel-
lent condition. $1175 nego-
tiable. (863)763-4680
ALUMINUM, 15', with trailer,
new wheels & tires, 30hp
Yamaha & trolling mtr.,
$1200 neg. (863)634-2454
BOAT 21' Stamas, cuddy
cabin, 235 Evinrude, trailer,
solid, runs good, $2000
firm. (863)467-7415. -
GHEENOE, built in live well
13', w/running lights, asking
$700. 239-340-2833
'2000, 95hp, Double trailer
incld. $2500. or best offer.
PONTOON, 24', hardtop, with
trailer, 50hp Evinrude & trol-
ling mtr., $2500 or best of-
fer. (863)634-2454
SPORTSCRAFT- Tri hull- walk
thru windshield, 60hp Mari-
ner outboard, galv trailer,

GMC '79, For parts. $300 for
whole thing or will part out.

WHEEL, '00, 2BR/2BA, 35',
with 1 slideout, asking
$14,000. (772)263-0013
with slide. Upgraded fixtures
in kit. & ba. new condition.
$9995. Neg. (863)801-9136
Join all the people who
say, "I sold t In the clas-

PROP- For Evinrude motor,
17" Pitch. Recondition. $65.

HONDA SHADOW 1100 '93-
nice bike, $3000
closed, raised lid, ramp door,
like new, $2000
SUZUKI 600 BANDIT- '97, Ex-
cellent 15K mi. $1500. or
best offer. 863-634-9403
TRIKE 2005, Suzuki / Lehman,
4500 mls. $15,000.

1998, 2WD, runs great,
$1200/neg. (863)675-6214
after 6pm.
SCOOTER- Besta XL 50, '06,
approx 160 mi. Like new.
Paid. $4500. Asking $3800.
(863)674-0819 LaBelle
SCOOTER- Electric, 2 wheel.
Charger included. $150.
SUZUKI RM250 '05: Dirtbike.
Mint condition, runs good.
$2500. (863)261-4633
SUZUKI RM250 '96, Brand
new top end. $1000 or best
offer (863)673-5663
UTILITY VEHCILE- '04, 50 hrs,
Dump bed, Brand new cond.
Pd. $6200. asking $2500.
Auto., 4x4, On command
4-wheel drive & front diffe-
rential lock. Under warranty.
$4700 w/brand new trailer.

KEYSTONE-'01, 29', Sleeps 6,
Loaded. Great condition.
$8900. (239)293-5928 Im-
Earn some extra cash.
Sell your used Items In
the classlfleds


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

4dr, baby blue w/ white leather
int. Cruise, A/C, p/w, p/s, p/I.
CHEVY CAVALIER '96, 4 cyl.,
auto., everything works.
$2500 (863)634-6235
auto, exc. shape, $4000 or
best offer. \(772)597-6240
after 5pm

FORD FOCUS SE '03: 4 cyl.,
new tires, 37k, exc. cond.
$8500 neg. (863)697-3251
after 4pm. Okeechobee
FORD PROBE LX '92, 5 spd.,
Runs good. A/C, Good tires.
You pick up. $1000.
(239)784-8449 Immokalee
MAZDA '91, 4 cyl., manual
trans., everything works.
$2500 or best offer.
MERCURY 1985, Full Size Sta-
tion Wagon, Runs and Drives
great. $800. (863)357-2370
or (863)634-1324
OLDS CUTLASS '95- runs
good, good work car, asking
900 or best offer
auto, 4 cyl., 4 dr., 49k orig.
mi., $800. (772)597-6240
after 5pm

Dr., As Is. Needs clutch.
$600. 863-673-4942 or

CHEVY 1994 Ext. Cab, 4x4,
Only 100K mls. $2200.
poor cond., rear end shot
runs great, clean title, $500.
(863)674-5752 After 6pm
lent shape, would make
great buggy. $2500

CHEVY ENGINE: 1987 305
$100. (863)673-5883
Set (4), fits Trailblazers/En-
voys. $1000. or best offer.
ENGINE: 1990, from Toyota
Tercel. $200 (863)261-2511
ENGINE- factory new GM ZZ4,
0 hrs, w/engine stand,
$2500 firm or trade
(863)674-0898 /517-1019
MOPAR PARTS early 70's
carbs, chrome valve covers,
many misc. parts, $150.
OIL COOLER KIT: New, large,
for airboat or GM cars. Re-
duced to $50. Please call
REAR AXLE- For Chevy P/U
Truck. complete. $200. or
863)467-5401 or
TIRES: For Toyota Tercel, All 4
size 8ft bed. Off a '93 Ford.
Dark green $400.
TOOL BOXES (2) 1 Brand New
and 1 Used. $100.
Ft., $300. (863)634-7706
WHEELS & TIRES (6): Alcoa,
16" fits 88 97 Dually. $450.

CHEVY 350 '84, 454 engine,
400 turbo trans., body could
use some work. $1400 or
best offer. (863)201-3492
DODGE 1500, '01, V6, red,
a/c, ps, pb, $5500.
DODGE 1500, '01, V6, red,
a/c, ps, pb, $5500.
3.9 L Pickup, 4x4, $1000.
DODGE DAKOTA- '92, V-6, 2
WD, Good work truck.
$2000. or best offer.
FORD '78, 4x4, Runs, but
needs work. $500 or best of-
fer. (863)763-7307
FORD F150: 1993, 4WD, cold
a/c, runs great! $2500 or
best offer. 239-324-3892
FORD F250 XLT, '96, 460 V8,
tow & trlr pkg., ladder rack,
tool boxes, runs good, body
exc. $6,000 or best offer.
(772)597-6240 after 5pm
FORD PICKUP '75, clean, new
tires, built 302 w/C6 tranny,
$2000 or best offer.
$2500. (863)634-9717 Lv.
SCHOOL BUS: '80, Chevy, 20
passenger, 81k mi, rebuilt
engine and trans, runs great.
$1895 neg. 561-758-4337
TOOL BOXES (2) diamond
plate, 1-58" & 1-62", good
shape, $100 for both or will
sell sep (863)675-8760

CHEVY BLAZER S-10: 1993,
4WD, 92k mi. Body & interi-
or worn but runs good.
$2500 firm. 863-467-1700
running, has been sitting for
a long time, 4.0 Itr, fair
cond., $600. (239)369-3269

UTIL. TRAILER- 5x8, Single
axle. Tilt bed. $275.

Pefectionism hits whole new level Church Directory

This weekend we had the pleas-
ure of attending the wedding of dear
friends of ours. It was supposed to
be a beach ceremony but Tropical
Storm Barry had other ideas. We
worry and plan so hard and then
plan B happens. The day Robert
and I got married it rained all day.
The preacher even got stuck in our
driveway! Rain is a good sign.
Our friends' wedding ceremony
was preformed in the parking area
underneath a restaurant with all
their friends and family around
them. Isn't that all that matters. At
the dinner after the wedding, the
bride asked me a cute question and
wondered how my members
would respond to this.
Before I tell you the question I
want to tell you about a question
my sweet darling asked me after
we got married. His question had
to do with how I folded towels. He
asked if he folded the towels would
I refold them. I told him that if he
folded the towels that I would
thank him and put them away. I
THEM?" He told me that his first

wife would refold them because
they had not been folded the way
her mother taught her. This was so
funny to me.
The groom had asked his bride
a similar question the other day.
Are you going to fuss at me if I put
the toilet paper on the holder the
wrong way? He was.serious! His
bride looked at him like he was
nuts. She said, "Do you mean there
is a way to put it on the holder that
is a right way?" The groom went on
to explain that this has been a huge
bone of contention with the last
woman he was married to and he
didn'twant to make any mistakes.
So the bride being a curious

sort decided to ask her friends and
family about if there was a right
way or wrong way to put the roll
of toilet paper on the holder;
much to her surprise they all had a
STRONG opinion on this. So her
question to me was, do I have a
specific way I load the toilet paper.
I just died laughing.
I am happy to not have to drip
dry! If this question hits too close to
home for you then we need to talk.
Perfectionism has hit a whole new
level. When we allow something
so stupid as how a roll of toilet
paper is loaded on the holder to
turn us into a raving maniac then
we need to find some relief from
our perfectionism. Now if you pre-
fer it one way and change it your-
self without pitching a fit then that
is ok but every time you flip the roll
I want you to realize that perfec-
tionism is there. I did away with the
holders in my bathroom so that
became a non-problem in my life.
This weekend I gave the bride
and groom a card with these words
written inside.
What do you give someone

who has everything they could ever
want since they have found each
other? I'll give you these words.
Don't sweat the "small stuff;
what doesn't matter just doesn't
Laugh every day even if it is at
And love like there is no tomor-
Dear Friends; Do you see how
these simple words rule out perfec-
tionism when it comes to toilet
paper and towels? How toilet
paper is loaded is one of those
things that just doesn't matter. We
don't have to do this to ourselves
and our families another day.
Are you ready to FLY without
perfectionism holding you down!
For more help getting rid of your
CHAOS; check out her Web site
and join her free mentoring group
at www.FlyLady.net or her book,
"Sink Reflections," published by
Bantam and her New York Times
Best Selling book," Body Clutte,"r
published by Fireside. Copyright
2007 Maria Cilley Used by permis-
sion in this publication.

Are you a victim of portion distortion?

One of the things that I have
struggled with in regard to my own
personal body clutter is learning to
eat less food than what I want to
eat. What I want to eat and what I
need to eat are often incongruous
and I have a small battle inside my
head trying to decide if I am going
to "behave" or "sin". You know
exactly what I'm talking about!- It's
an issue I know a.lot of us all share
in common. Getting a grip on how
much you really need food-wise is
tough. We are used to overfeeding
ourselves, truth be told.
Take restaurants for example.
Not only do they bring your food on
PLATTERS and not plates, they give
you enough to feed your entire
family. And what do we do? The
food comes, we oooh and ahhh
over how big the portion is and
then we dig in. We will either eat till
we're stuffed and bag it up to take
home or we'll eat it all and com-
plain about how full we are.
SLet me share with you how
many calories are in a typical

chain restaurant meal. For fun, I'm
going to share with you some-
thing I just ate at a major chain
restaurant (thinking a salad would
be a good choice) and how blown
away I was that it was this many
calories and this much fat it's
just unbelievable!
The Chicken Caesar Salad I ate
had 1,010 calories and 76 grams
(yes, SEVENTY-SIX) of FAT! Hello??
I was absolutely STUNNED! That's
just not doing my body any favors!
13 grams of that 76 fat grams were
saturated fat, too.
What does that tell you?

Two things:
1) BEWARE of "healthy" main
course salad-options at restau-
rants and,
2) Restaurant salad dressings
are usually really really over the top
fat-wise and in calories.
And that brings me back to my
original point: less food -we don't
need to eat all of that! The all-you-
eat-mentality is particularly pro-
nounced at restaurants. They BRAG
about their hefty portion size!
So how do you handle restau-
rants? Know what you're walking
into, for starters. If it is a chain
restaurant, look on line to see if you
can find the menu and the nutri-
tional info for the menu. Not all
restaurants do that, but there are
other sites out there with that info
-just google it.
Second, have a back up plan.
Order sauces, dressings and any-
thing else that you will lend a huge
caloric and often, fatty punch to
the meal, on the side. All restau-
rants will happily accommodate
...just ask.

Third, if you haven't split your
meal with a dining companion, ask
for a doggie bag right when your
meal comes. Cut your meal in
HALF or more, and bag it up. If it is
off your plate, you are less apt to
chow down on it and leave with a
Thanksgiving-stuffed feeling.
And last but not least keep
restaurant eating as a treat and not a
part of your weekly plan. Eating at
home is always cheaper, most likely
to be more nutritious, you control
the fat and the salt and the service is
predictable, right? If you need help
planning your menus, go to
www.savingdinner.com and try
one of our many free menus. Enjoy!

For more help putting dinner on
your table check out her Web site
www.SavingDinner.com or her
"Saving Dinner" book series pub-
lished by Ballantine and her New
York Times Best Selling book "Body
Clutter," published by Fireside..
Copyright 2007; Leanne Ely; Used
bypermission in this publication.

Truck beds proven hazardous for dogs

You may want to think twice
about putting a dog in bed the
bed of a pickup truck, that is.
If you do, summer heat, wind
and poor restraints can not only
harm your pooch, but could also
hityour pocketbook as well.
Without a liner, the beds of
many trucks get hot enough to fry
an egg. "In the summer we really
worry about dog's paws because a
pickup bed can literally burn
them," said Dr. Bonnie Beaver, a
veterinarian at the College of Veteri-
nary Medicine & Biomedical Sci-
ences at Texas A&M University.
"Could you stand barefooted in
the back of your truck on a bright,
sunny day?" Dr. Beaver asked. She
likes to give pet owners an analogy
using people. Just as our feet
would start to blister from the hot
metal within seconds, a dog's paws
are at the same risk.

Pet Talk

Dog's paws are not the only
concern. Debris from the wind can
cause major damage to Rover's
eyes and nose, she said. Beaver
notes that although the pressure
from the wind does not usually.
cause problems, it's the small
sticks, pebbles and acorns that are
the most common emergency.
The way dogs are restrained can
also be dangerous. Dr. Beaver
recalls one tragic incident where
the owner risked having his dog in
the back. Although the owner tried
to take caution by restricting the
dog with a rope, too much slack
was given.
"We've seen people driving
down the road literally dragging
their dog because it had enough

length of the rope to jump out of
the truck, but could just barely
reach the ground," she stated. Dr.
Beaver said that if you insist on put-
ting Rover in the back, make sure
the rope is short enough so he can-
not reach the sides or tailgate.
Before you even consider
throwing your dog in the back, you
might want to consider the penal-
.ties. Although there are currently
no national or state laws prohibit-
ing dogs in pickup trucks, many
local governments are taking their
time to save dog's lives.
Dr. Beaver said it's best to check
with your city or county officials to
see what their policies are before
you find yourself paying a hefty fine.
Between potential veterinary
bills and penalties, Dr. Beaver said
the best alternative is to leave the
dog at home. However, if it must
tag along, the safest way to travel

with your pup is with him inside
the vehicle.
It depends on how active Rover
is as to whether a cage is needed. If
your pet is very energetic, placing a
cage in the backseat keeps the dog
from distracting the driver and run-
ning all over the car. Some calmer
dogs are content with just laying on
the floor board or backseat and
watching the scenery go by.
"We still don't have a good
restraint for traveling with cats or
dogs," Dr. Beaver explained. "There
is still a risk of the dog being thrown
around the cab or cage if a sudden
stop is made or a wreck occurs."
Next time you are road-tripping
with your furry friend, keep in mind
what the experts say: He's man's
best friend, so consider his safety
before quickly throwing him in the
back of a pickup.

Christian Fellowship
Pastors Wendell and Thelma
16 East First Street, Frostproof.
Service times are Sunday
School 10 a.m. Sunday Worship
11 a.m., Sunday Evening 6 p.m.
and Wednesday Evening 7:30
For more information please
call 635-6944.

Church of Christ
Mike Freese-Minister
40 West "A' Street Frostproof,
Florida 33843
Services are Sunday School 10
a.m. Worship service 11 a.m. and
Wednesday Evening Bible Study
at 7 p.m. For more information
contact 635-4278.

Family Life Church
Kelly Galati-Pastor
Family Life Church meets at
the Frostproof Middle/Senior High
School cafeteria, Sundays at 10
a.m. there is nursery, and chil-
dren's church. For information
please call 635-2704.

Church of God
Rex E. Daniels-Pastor
Frostproof Church of God, 104
Highway 630W, Worship Ser-
vices, Sunday School 10 a.m.,
Sunday Morning Worship 10:45
a.m., Sunday Evening Worship
6:30 p.m., Wednesday Evening 7
p.m. For more information call

Church of God
By Faith
Reverend Anderson, Jr.
Church Of God By Faith, 208
Hopson Rd., Worship Services;
Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Wor-
ship Service 11 a.m., Sunday
Evening service 7:30 p.m.,
Wednesday Evening Bible study
7:30 p.m. For more information

First Assembly of God
Wayne Lee-Pastor
First Assembly of God Church
On The Ridge, 825 County Road
630A, Worship Services; Sunday,
8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m., nursery
available, Sunday evening service
6 p.m. Youth Fellowship and Bible
study Wednesday evenings at 7
p.m. For more information call

First Baptist Church
of Frostproof
Darrol Hood-Pastor
First Baptist Church of Frost-
proof, 96 West B Street-offers a
Contemporary Celebration Ser-
vice Sunday's at 8:15 a.m., and
Traditional Worship Service at

10:50 a.m. Childcare will be avail-
able for both services. Sunday
School (all ages) 9:30 a.m. Sun-
day evening Bible Study 6 p.m.
Wednesday Evening Children and
youth programs 6:15 p.m., with
adult Bible studies at 6:30 p.m.
For more information call 863-

First Christian
Church of Firotproof
Albert Fidler-Evangelist
First Christian Church of Frost-
proof, 2241 County Road 630 W,
Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Wor-
ship Service 10:15 a.m., Sunday
Evening Worship 6 p.m. Wednes-
day Evening Bible Study 6 p.m.
For more information call 635-

First Christian
Church of Babson Park
Ronnie Abshire-Minister
First Christian Church of Bab-
son Park, 1295 Scenic Highway
N., Babson Park, Sunday School
9:30 a.m., Morning Worship 10:30
a.m., Sunday Evening Bible Sun-
day 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening
Bible Study 6:30 p.m. For more
information call 638-1654.

First Presbyterian
Church of Frostproof
David Trimmier-Pastor
First Presbyterian Church, 101
N. Palm Avenue, Frostproof, FL.
Morning Worship Service, 10 a.m.
For more information call 635-

First United Methodist
Church of Frostproof
James C. Isaacson, Pastor
First United Methodist Church
of Frostproof, 150 Devane St.,
Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Tradi-
tional Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
For more information call 635-

Dioste Ama Spanish
Baptist Church
Iglesia Bautista Dios Te Ama
(Dioste Ama Spanish Baptist
Church) lugar (located) 1000 US
Highway 98 West, Frostproof,
annunciate y ivitcion (announces
an invitation) Oir la Palabra de
Dios (to hear the Word of God)
Domingo (Sunday), at 11 a.m.

South Lake Wales
Church of God
Rev. Bob Beckler-Pastor
South Lake Wales Church of.
God, 210 Presidents Dr., Lake
Wales, Early Morning Worship 9
a.m., Sunday School 10:30 a.m.,
Contemporary Praise Service
10:45 a.m., Sunday Evening Wor-
ship 6 p.m., For more information
call 638-1019.

SCommunity Links. Individual Voices. I

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Tilt, New brakes. Never hit.
$2300. 863-675-0410
'98, exc. cond., a/c works
great, good family car,
1900. (863)885-1929.
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excellent, 196k. Below blue
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Public Notices

Legal Notice 5500

Notice is hereby given that the Sun Ray
Mini Storage intends to'sell the per-
sonal property described below to en-
force a lien imposed on said property
under the Florida Self Storage Facilty
Act Statutes (83,80t1,83,809).
The undersigned will sell at public sale
on June 2nd, 2007 at 10:00 am at the
Sun Ray Mini Storage located at 99
Charles St., Frostproof, FL
33843-8401 Polk County State of
Florida the following units are said to
contain household goods.
Vincent Brown A29
RubenCruz B39 "
Mealane Detick C37
Ephesian Francis A71
Deborah Knight B14
Robin Knapp A34
Jerrod Mills A70
Shannon Riner A2
Denise Sykes A49
Lisa Wheeler A 10
RichardCash A12
Kim Dease Bt24
JeanDolbear A35
Granville Jacket A58.
ChrisKlien A44
Adell McGriff A26
James Peebles A60
LindaSmith A19
DerrickUnderwood B1
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