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At A Glance
Ernesto makes wet appearance
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The Greater LaBelle Cham-
ber of Commerce invites you
to its annual banquet Monday,
October 16, at the ci ic center
Social hour begins at 6 p.m.
(no alcohol); dinner at 6:30.
Tickets are $20 each;-table
sponsors are t.250 (includes
eight tickets and \ our business
name in the bulletin). The
menu includes chicken and
dumplings, roast pork, black
e.t ed peas, sw\eet potatoes and
corn bread. Get \our ticket by
September 30. in the' mean-
time, be.sure to send your,
nominating letter for the 2006
Citizen of the Year
Also, remember to send in
your ::allot lor new board
m mtbers by September 30.
The firtL monthly chamber
luncheon wiill be Wednesdav,
Sept. 20, beginning at 11:30
a.m. at Don's Steak House
Speaker Will be the Education
of Southwest Florida's Sonny
Hughes There \vill be three
luncheon special to choose
fiomT .Tickets: are $ 11 .' in
advance Ino refunds) Get
\ou! ticket b Sepl 15
The community blood
drive \uill be Thursday. Sept.
14, from noon till 7 p.m. at
American Legion Post 130. You
must weigh at least 110
pounds to donate. All potential
donors must present a photo
ID, even if you have donated.
Got your SCF
Step up now with your
theme/poster ideas for the
2007 Swamp Cabbage Festival,
The poster must reflect a
theme so use your artistic skills
to roll your theme and poster
ideas together. Include the
words "Swamp Cabbage Festi-
val, February 22-24, LaBelle,
Florida" otherwise use your
imagination. Poster art will be
used on the official T-shirt, so
make the art easily transfer-
The next meeting will be
Sept. 11 at 6 p.m. in the com-
missioners' room at LaBelle
City Hall. Everyone welcome.
Please bring a letter of nomi-
nation from your business or
One Shot Chapter will host
its Buckmaster Banquet Sept.
15. The Danny Woosley Schol-
arship will go to Andrew Taylor
and Ramon Marroquin Jr,
Each will receive $500 toward
college. For tickets or scholar-
ship donation information,
please contact Kim Perkins at
673-0418, Ricky Bass at 673-
1940 and/or Kenny Cochran
Editorial ............ .4
Speak Out .......... .4
Social News ......... .5
Sports ............. .7
See Page 2 for information about
how to contact the newspaper.
Community Links. Individual Voices.
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8 16510 00019
By Patty Brant
Tom Kochheiser didn't get
any slack during his last week
as Hendr\ County Emergency
Management iDirector. After
spending the week preparing
for and dealing with Tropical
Storm Ernesto, he moved on-to
the Director of Communica-
ticns position wilh the Nassau
County Sheriff's Office.
"We lucked out big time,"
Mr. Kochheiser commented
about the storm, "we got a lot
of rain, 5-8".in some areas, but
the big concern is sheet flow "
Last Thursday, homes in Palm-
dale were flooding and resi-
dents evacuated to the Muse
Community Center. High
water was also creating prob-
lems for Glades residents on
Main Street. Fernwood, Loblol-
ly and Tom Coker in Muse: and
E\erglades and Howard Road
in Crescent Acres. In Hendry
County, the 42? Canal in Pio-
neer Plantation was overflow-
ing in some areas, partially
clogged with debris, and there
were reports that sheet flow
was beginning to inundate
Kirby Thompson. The Road
and Bridge Department was
moving to clear out ditches as
quickly as possible.
Mr. Kochheiser said \hen
they heard Hendry could be
looking at 40-60 hour minds a
local state of emergency w\as
called and several shelters
opened Ho\ever, no real
Alter being in emergency
response for some 30 years,
Mr. Kochheiser said "it's time'
to go." Alter serving as HendrN
County's Emergency Manage-
ment Director from late 1997
till 2001, he returned in June
2005 to get the program "back
up and running the way it.
should" after it fell behind in
He considers the Ernesto
experience as proof that the
emergency management team
has achieved a high level of
cooperation and professional-
ism \\ith the support and con-
fidence of the countN commis-
sion and administration "The\
are all highlN capable, dedicat-
ed individuals from operations
See Storm -Page 2
Nature park: Labor of love
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Caloosa Belle/Kristin Hunter
Marti Daltry, President of "Riverwatch"; Meredith Marcum, Coaliton for Eco-Recreation;
Andrew Newman, Boy Scout; Kira Newman, student volunteer; Peter Newman, Coalition
of Eco-Recreation, Biologist IFAS; Boy Scout Volunteer
Volunteers pull invasives
By Kristin Hunter
SThe LaBelle Nature Park is
one of LaBelle's unknown treas-
ures. It is rnade up of 10.11 acres
on the rivei and is leased to the
City of LaBelle by the SoIuth Flon-
daWater Management District. It
is home-to three distinct and
diverse habitats which include:
The wetlands, oak hammock
and scrubs. Those three habitats
include numerous different
plants and wildlife such as the
beautyberry, muscadine grape,
live oak, gofer turtles, butterflies,
A handful of people that are
members of a coalition of differ-
ent organizations such as the
Riverwatch group, Boy Scout
STroop #9 and Kiwanis, woke up
early on Saturday, October 2, and
worked hard in the midst of the
mosquitoes biting at the Nature
Park. They pulled exotic air pota-
to vines out of the park so that the
vines wouldn't destroy the other
plants. The potato vines are an
intrusive plant that can take over
the park and destroy all of the
native plants and shrubs, so they
worked hard to pull as many
bulbs as possible.
The air potato can quickly
Margaret England works happily pulling the ever intrusive
engulf native vegetation in natural
areas, climbing high into mature
tree canopies. It produces large
numbers of bulbils, which facili-
tate its spread and make it
extremely difficult to eliminate
because new plants sprout from
even very small bulbils. It invades
a variety of habitats including
pinelands and hammocks of nat-
ural areas (Langeland and Burks
It takes a lot of volunteer labor
to accomplish this task. It is labor
intensive, time consuming and
difficult to even make a dent in
the vast potato vines that con-
sume and cover the park. The
group will meet again in October
and December to continue
pulling the potato vines. If anyone
is interested in helping with this
effort they can call Margaret Eng-
land at 674-0695.
Margaret England wanted to
especially thank the Rotary Club
in conjunction with the Hendry
Recreation Department for all of
their continued help and support
with the Nature Park.
.- r: -
NMatthe\\ Beatty was the
voters' choice in the norparti-
san Distict 5 School Boaid
race Tuesday. He will displace
long-lime rnembet John Peni, ,
Mr. Bezdll'"is a Clel\iston
High School graduate.
Employed tbl United States
Sugar Corlpoiratiion for 21
\ears, he has served as a
Clewiston Volunteer Fire
Department for 8 years.
School Board member
trom Districi #3 Pat Lan.lord.
Court C omml-iissioners for
District #2 Darrell Harris, Dis-
trict #4 Kevin McCiarth and
unopposed. -& :
\\ee 15,552 .
:.tlers in Matt
this Primarv election. Of
those., 2.77 cast votes in the
September 5 Primar Election
See Board -Page 2
SO busts two
By Ideybis Gonzalez
The Hendry County Sher-
iff's Office made a sizable bust
last week, putting a stop to
two marijuana grow houses
with a one-two punch that offi-
cials are hoping will put a dent
in the drug activity in the area.
It is possible that the narcotics
at the grow houses may have
made their way to the Clewis-
The sheriff's office discov-
ered a grow house on Aug. 29
at 832 Sherwood Circle in Port
LaBelle after an "intensive
investigation," according to a
press release from the law
enforcement agency. The
sheriff's office worked closely
with the DEA on the investiga-
tion, which also took the agen-
cies to another grow house,
also in Port LaBelle,. on the
The first house contained
an undisclosed amount of
marijuana plants that were
being carefully cultivated
See Marijauna -Page 2
Pregnancy won't end education
By Kristin Hunter
Getting an education and
being a good parent are two of
the most important things a per-
son can do. As a matter of fact,
one must have a high school
diploma to even join the military
nowadays. However, it may be
even more important to be a
It used to be that if you got
pregnant while still in school the
chances that you would
. become a drop out were very
high. Now, thanks to a program
run by Joyce Conner, pregnant
teens are getting their educa-
The statewide Teen Parent
SProgram gives teen parents the
skills they need to finish their
education and become effective
parents. The goal is that the stu-
dents remain in school, gradu-
ate, have healthy babies and
improve their parenting skills.
The program is voluntary and
requires a parent signature.
Parenting 1 and 2 cover child
growth and development, absti-
nence, human reproduction,
family planning, health care,
prenatal and postnatal care and
effective and- app ropriate' disci-
pline. Enrollmelnt's.o enables
the student to participate in a
long term support system. As
long as the student passes Par-
enting 1 and 2 they receive free
daycare and transportation to
and from daycare for them and
their child. The program also
offers "Homebound," in which
a teacher comes to the pregnant
or new parents' home and
teaches them for 2 hours/day
twice/week up to six weeks after
the child is born.
According to myflorida.com,
sexual activity among high
school students doubles
between 9th and 12th grade and
about 50 percent of seniors are
sexually active. So regardless of
whether or not one wants to
believe that sex is happening at
such a young age, it is. If teens
are going, to become pregnant
and eventually become parents
they will have the skills to give
their children a full and healthy
Maria Erreguin, a 16-year-old
mother of a healthy two-and-a-
half year old daughter named
Jaqueline, became pregnant
after having sex for the first time
with her boyfriend who was 17
at the time. She said, "When I
found out I was pregnant I was
scared. Luckily, I was able to
take parenting classes starting in
middle school. I missed about
six months of school because I
was a high risk pregnancy due
to my age. I had high blood
pressure, had to have a blood
transfusion and had two
seizures due to preeclampsia, a
problem caused by increased
See Pregnancy Page 2
Caloosa Belle/Klistid Hunter
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2 .Caloosa Belle, Thursday, September 7,2006
Continued From Page 1
blood pressure that is accompa-
nied by edema, which is caused
by fluid accumulation in tissue
that causes swelling. Because of
the complications, I had to have a
C-section which left me in the hos-
pital longer than my newborn
daughter. My parents had to take
care of her until I got out of the
hospital. Luckily my parents have
been very supportive because I
don't know what I would have
done without their help. It took
me a year to heal physically after
having the baby.
"Because some girls know that
I've had a baby they will come to
me for advice about sex. First I tell
them about my experience and
how hard it was and that it only.
takes one time to get pregnant and
then I tell them that 'If he loves
you he'll wait and that you need to
wait to find out if he is the right
person before you decide to do
something that could change the
rest ofyour life.'
Because of the parenting class I
learned how to take care of my:
baby. My baby and I have had to
learn everything together.
"The baby's father and I live
together now but we will wait a
long time before we have another
child because it's a huge responsi-
bility and there's a lot that Iwant
to do. I vant to go into medicine
to become a pediatrician. Having
Jackie made me settle down and
realize what's important. She
made me realize how important
school is because I realized, "How
am I going to support my daugh-
ter without an education?" I think
I'm beller because of Jackie. She
made me realize the importance
of school. I want to be able to pro-
vide for my daughter. She moti-
vates me to go to school and do
my homework. I now realize how
important it is to make good deci-
sions. Today I have the baby's dad,
but tomorrow I may not, so I real-,
ize that I need to get an education
to be able to support my child. I
learned this from my parents. My
mom stayed home and then one
day my dad got into an accident so
my mom had to work.
"I do want to get married one
day because I think marriage is,
important but I didn't want to get
married for the wrong reasons. I
don't think marriage is right for
me right now. I'm giving myself a
chance to get to know my baby's
father right now, because he's dif-
ferent than he was when we were
going out, he was different when I
was pregnant and he's different
"I don't think I would have
been prepared to have Jackie
without the parenting class. I
learned so many things by just
opening up the first book that Mrs:
Conner gave me. Mrs.'Connerfhas
helped me to make good deci-
sions for not only myself but for
Jackie as well. The parenting"
classes have, taught me..sudh
things as how to discipline cor-
rectly. I am also learning how to
teach Jackie to be able to make
her own decisions. I've learned
that its better off that Jackie is in
daycare and I'm at school'because
I know she's in a safe place and I
know she's learning while I'm
learning too. The skills I learned
from the parenting classes helped
me to combine my life with Jack-
ie's life. When I'm reading to Jack-
ie I ask her what she's learned. I
see other parents who haven't had
parenting classes struggling to
teach their kids. Jackie is very well
behaved because of what I've
learned in..Parenting classes. I
think every parent should have
some type of parenting class
because it really makes a differ-
ence. I can tell those who have
had the class and those who
t "I have trade a goal to gradu-
'ate from high school. Healthy'
Families and Head Start ,has
helped me a lot. Some people
thinly they know everything, but I
realized that I didn't and wanted
to learn as much as I could. It has-
n't been easy, but I try to focus on
my goals and make the best out of
everything. My advice to others is:
It's better to learn the easy way
because the hard wav is really
The Health Department offers
many programs to expecting
moms. Healthy Start deals with
prenatal and postpartum care,
delivery, infant care and targeted
support services for high risk
patients. WIC (Women, Infants
and Children) is a food and nutri-
tional counseling program. Lee
OBGYN Associates will provide a
midwife to visit an expecting
mother about once/month over
the course of the pregnancy for a
total of about 10-12 visits.
According to Patti Brownlee,
the Assistant Community Health
Nursing -Director at the Health
Department, there are three
important things to keep in mind
when thinking of becoming preg-
#1 Take care of yourself before
you become pregnant.
S#2 Prenatal care is very impor-
#3 Pregnancy tests as well as
other help is available at the health
The reality is that-there are not
many resources in LaBelle for
pregnant women but there are
some so expecting moms need to
be aware of them.
SSubmitted to INI/HCSO
Officials with the Hendry County Sheriff's Office and the DEA
found two homes in Port LaBelle where suspects were grow-
Continued From Page 1
inside. The row of plants in the
home looked like an indoor gar-
Officials took several suspects
into custody after the discovery
of the grow houses. Jorge Luis
Prieto, 40, of LaBelle, and
Maikyel Coronado, 23, of
Hialeah, are both facing charges
Sof possession of marijuana over
20 grams, possession of narcotic
paraphernalia and operating a
drug house, in connection with
The second house, located at
Continued From Page 1
According to the Elections
Office, 8,524 Hendry Countians
are Democrats; 4,914 declare
themselves to Republicans;
1,672 are of No Party Affiliation
and there are 442 members of
In the gubernatorial candi-
date races, Hendry Democrats
Continued From Page 1
to administration," he said, "they
dive right in and take care of it."
Public Safety Director Randy
Bengston is currently accepting
applications for the position.
Although it's the middle of the
hurricane season, he is confi-
dent that residents' safety is in
good hands. Mr. Bengston is
8008 Royal Circle, also contained
a sophisticated grower opera-
tion, with rooms dedicated solely
to harvesting the illegal crop.
As of last week, Prieto and
Coronado were still in the
Hendry County Jail with bond set
at $18,000 each. "
It is unclear at this point
whether such a connection
exists between the two discover-
ies. The case is still under investi-
gation while officials look for the
owner of the property at 8008
Royal Circle. Officials are not
releasing any further informa-
More arrests are expected,
said Sheriff Ronnie Lee.
preferred Rod Smith while
Republicans hoped Charlie Crist
would be their candidate in the
November General Election.
According to the Florida
Supervisor of Elections Web site,
Hendry County voters break
down by race as: 10,413 white;
2,140 black; 2,999 other.
The General Election will be
Tuesday, November 7. Early vot-
ing for the general election will.
be from October 23-November
serving as interim Director of
buoyed up by many other well-
trained and disciplined employ-
ees. "All we're missing is one
chief," he commented. In addi-
tion, if a crisis should arise, state
and; FEMA representatives will
also be on hand.
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SCaloosa Belle, Thursday, September 7, 2006 .
-. -. ,... Arrests
Oliver Warren Fussel, 35, of
Felda, was arrested on September
3, and charged with cruelty toward
a child/aggravated abuse. Larry
Preece of the Hendry County Sher-
iff's Office was the arresting officer.
Leobardo Vasquez Madrid, 39,
of LaBelle, was arrested on Sep-
tember 3, and charged with aggra-
vated assault with a deadly weapon
without intent to kill. Michael
Home of the Hendry County Sher-
iff'sOffice was the arresting officer.
Frederick Tyrone Davis, 26, of
LaBelle, was arrested on Septem-
ber 3, and charged with possession
of cocaine with intent to sell and
possession of marijuana over 20
grams. Michael Home of the
Hendry County Sheriff's Office was
the arresting officer.
Christina Marie Zuniga, 21, of
LaBelle, was arrested on Septem-
ber 2, and charged with possession
of marijuana over 20 grams.
Nathan Kirk of the Hendry County
Sheriff's Office was the arresting
Juan Samano Rayo, 20, of
LaBelle, was arrested on Septem-
ber 2, and charged with possession
of cocaine. Nathan Kirk of the
Hendry County Sheriff's Office was
the arresting officer.
A juvenile was arrested on
September 2, and charged with
possession of burglary tools with
intent to use. Michael Home of the
Hendry County Sheriff's Office was
the arresting officer.
Caloosa Belle/Kristin Hunter
Jan Gann was honored for her 27 years of service to the
district when she received her plaque of recognition from
school board member, Pat Langford.
At the school board meeting
hheld August 22, Sonny Hughes,
, the Executive Director of the Edu-
Scation Center of Southwest Flori-
da, made a presentation about
the new vocational school to be
located at educational village on
Helms Rd. The school will be con-
structed by 2009-10. It will be a
'42,000 square foot $5.5 million
project. The school will be a pri-
vate, non-profit school, which
means it will solely be funded by
gifts. He said, "There is an obvi-
Sous need for this type of school in
'a 30-mile radius. There are not
-enough people going into trades
any more because it isn't offered
in high school any more. So we
.want to meet the needs of our
"community by providing training
to those \\ho need or W\'anl it by
reducing the dropout level in high
school. Students who wanted to
attend vocational school could
;stay enrolled at LHS, but attend
the education center of South-
,west Florida instead."
He said the site has been relo.
cated to the educational village on
Helms Rd. from 60 acres off Hwy.
:29 on Bob Paul Property to make
;the whole educational village
.development better. The educa-
tional village will eventually con-
sist of the ECSWF, Edison College,
the new water plant and eventual-
ly a new high school. The school
.*has been having computer and
.accounting classes since 2002 at
its office on Missouri Street.
About 272-292 students have
completed computer classes. The
staff lives by the saying from the
mo\ie Field of Dreams, "If you
build it, theywill come."
Classes will include: child care
assisting, health classes, automo-
tive class, agro-technology classes
such as welding and diesel
mechanics, plumbing and electri-
cal classes and business classes.
Right now they are holding a
hea\v equipment operator class
(CDL license) that will provide
workers for the C-43 project as
well as the building of the new
educational village. The class has
been made possible by a two-
year $55,000 grant from South-
west Florida Water Management
District. The class is. five weeks
long and the students have to be
at least 18 years old to attend. Stu-
dents do not have to have a high
school diploma to apply. Jobs pay
$15-35 hr. when finished with the
five week course, which is about
what a first year teacher makes
with a four year bachelor's
He went on to say that the C-43
reservoir project at Berry's is call-
ing for a huge number of dump
truck drivers to haul dirt and will
be for some time to come. There
are three projects at the C-43 proj-
ect: one at approximately 11,000
acres, one at approximately
13,000 acres and one at approxi-
mately 20,000 acres with 38 feet
of 3x6 miles of dirt. School board
member, Pat Langford added that
Langford Ford has a hard time
finding people to do automotive
work so there is a need for that
type of trade as well.
Overall, Mr. Hughes said the
\o-tech will raise the economy for
the community by providing
more jobs for people going into a
trade such as plumbers, electri-
cians, dump truck drivers, auto-
motix e mechanics, etc.
Batalone guilty of
On August 23, a LaBelle jury
found Jorge Aguilar Batalone
guilty of sexual battery on a child.
The 30-year-old Batalone is to be
sentenced on September 18 after
a presentencing investigation.
Batalone was arrested January
12, 2004, after an 11-year-old girl
told her mother he had sexually
.assaulted her. The incident took
place at a rotel where Balalone
had taken the victim and two
other young girls to swim. There
was no forensic evidence in the
case because the victim did not
tell her mother for a month after it
occurred because she was afraid
to. However, she did call one of
the other girls in from the pool
after it happened and confided in
her. Batalone also called the vic-
tim's mother and apologized.
14arrested at checkpoints
According to Sheriff Ronnie
Lee, as a result of two DUI check-
points this past week, 14 people
Five people were arrested for
DUI and nine for various traffic
violations. Deputies also wrote
15 citations at the checkpoints.
Also, sheriff's investigators
seized an estimated $132,000
worth of marijuana plants from
two marijuana grow houses
located in Port LaBelle. Two
search warrants were served on
these grow houses on August 29.
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Velma Lee Boyer, age 77, of
Muse, passed away August 29,
2006, in Fort Pierce.
She was born Nov. 17, 1928, in
Survivors include her husband:
Kenneth A. Boyer; children: Evelyn
Phillips, Deborah Stubbs, Janet
Kinkoff. Cheryl Tomlinson, John
Albert and Kenny Boyer Jr.; 12
grandchildren and two great-
A memorial service will be Sept
9, 10 a.m. at the Akin-Davis Funeral
Home in LaBelle with Chaplain
Bob Moore officiating. She was a
loving wife, mother, grandmother
and will be greatly missed.
Cremation Arrangements by
Akin-Davis Funeral Home -LaBelle.
Vivian Y. Korf, 79, of Fort
Myers, passed away August 24,
2006, after a longtime battle with
cancer. She was born September
3, 1926, to Chester and Emma
Lippert. Mrs. Korf is survived by
her husband Kenneth; three sons:
Terry (Diana) of Bonita Springs;
Chris (Brenda) of Lake Mary; and
Scott (Judi) of LaBelle; two grand-
children: Bonnie Sloop of North
Fort Myers and Colin Korf, II of
Appoka; three great-grandchil-
Funeral services were con-
ducted August 28 at First United
Methodist Church in Ft. Myers,
with Reverend Jim Rosenbuber
officiating accompanied by Pastor
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be made to the First United
Methodist Church, 2466 First St.,
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hear lake plans
The public is invited to hear
information on the Supplemental
Environmental Impact Statement
on proposed revisions to the Lake
Okeechobee and Everglades Agri-
cultural Area Water Control Plan.
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and
the presentation will begin at 7
p.m., followed by a period for
public comment. The Clewiston
meeting will be
Monday, September 18, at
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least five days prior to the sched-
Lake Okeechobee rose
three inches from Ernesto
After the passe of Tropical
Storm Ernesto earlier this week,
Lake Okeechobee rose three
inches due to the storm, accord-
ing to U.S. Army Corps of Engi-
neers water managers.
"Since the storm never devel-
oped as had been forecast, the rise
on the lake was minimal," said
Jacksonville District Water Man-
agement Chief John Zediak. "As
the storm approached the lake, it
increased the speed at which it
was moving by a few miles per
hour, thus dropping less rain than
it would have at its original rate of
"The current situation is good
in a number of ways. Central
Florida received some much-
needed rain and we are .still in
great shape for the remainder of
the hurricane season."
Zediak explained that much
storage capacity remains in the
Kissimmee River basin since it did
not receive much rain during the
same period. He said from this
point, roughly mid-way of the
hurricane season, the lake could
still receive repeats of either the
2004 or 2005 hurricane seasons
and "still be in good shape."
Post-storm inspections of Her-
bert Hoover Dike, whichh sur-
rounds the lake, showed no prob-
lems with the integrity of the
Zediak noted that an area \west
of Moore Haven and Clewiston
received the most rainfall from
the storm and that local runoff to
the Caloosahatchee River resulted
in high flows at the WP. Franklin
Lock (S-79). Prior to the storm,
the river upstream from the lock
was lowered in preparation for
expected runoff from the rainfall.
As the runoff reached the river,
gates and lock chambers were
opened to their maximums to
The Corps also said that no
freshwater releases from Lake
Okeechobee into the Caloosa-
hatchee or St. Lucie rivers have
been made recently or are
planned in the near future.
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Hendry headlines of the year 2029
Maybe it's all the liquid sun-
shine we've been getting, cour-
tesy of the Florida Tourist Board,
but I couldn't help but think what
might be the news in the year
My wife says that's no excuse
but more probably that you
should never underestimate the
power of stupidity, if the quantity
available exceeds the need.
Again in an attempt to ration-
alize this fixation with the year
2029, I got some powdered water
in the mail the other day, but I
don't know what to mix it with. I
guess I shouldn't concern myself
with issues like that and concen-
trate on writing my new.book. So
far I've got the page numbers
completed. But back to those
headlines for the year 2029.
It has been reported that
ozone created by electric cars is
now killing millions in every
country in the world..
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Mexifornia is formerly known
White minorities are still try-
ing to get English accepted as a
third language. -
A spotted owl plague threat-
ens to destroy Northwestern US
crops and livestock;
A baby conceived naturally,
has scientists and the medical
A couple in Vermont has peti-
tioned the courts to have hetero-
sexual marriage reinstated.
The last remaining Fundamen-
talist Muslim dies in the American
Territory of the Mid-East, formerly
known as Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria
Iran still quarantined! Physic-
sts estimating at least ten more
years before radioactively safe.
France petitions for global
assistance after being taken over
Castro finally dies at age 112
and Cuban cigars are being pro-
posed for legal importation. Pres-
ident Chelsea Clinton says she
will veto the bill. She doesn't
want history repeating itself.
George Z. Bush announces for
the Presidency in 2036.
The price of a first class tamp
hits $17.89 and service is reduced
to Wednesday only.
An 85 year Congressional
Health study, at cost of $75.8 bil-
lion, concludes that diet and exer-
cise are key to weight loss.
The average weight of Ameri-
cans drops to 250 pounds.
The Japanese have perfected
a camera with such shutter speed
that Ihey can now photograph a
politician with their mouth shut.
Massachusetts executes the
last remaining Conservative.
The Supreme Court rules that
punishment of convicted crimi-
nals violates their civil rights.
The average height of an NBA
player is now nine feet seven:
The IRS lowest tax rate is 75
Palm Beach County voters are
still having trouble with voting
Putting all this in perspective
would probably further strain any
credibility I might still have, so I'll
close with this sobering thought.
Never underestimate the
power of stupidity in large quanti-
T. W. Neville (Hendry County
Citizen and Taxpayer) .
Read all contracts before signing
ra lib J'
In a recent issue of the Collier
County Medical Society Bulletin, I
came across an extremely impor-
tant, articulate tax article. Attor-
ney A. Stephen Kotler who is
Board Certified in Wills, Probate,
and Trusts wrote it. Mr. Kotler
\oriks for Fowler. White, Boggs
and Banker in Naples and his
phone number is 239-598-1221. It
was titled "What do you mean I
waived my homestead protec-
I found his article of such seri-
ous tax importance'that I called
him and asked for permission to
reproduce parts of it in my col-
umn. As. it turned out, in an
extremely unusual action, the 3rd
District Court of Appeals in Miami
decided to reverse itself on its
own volition, and by the time the
article got to me, it was no longer
applicable. I still think this is
something you should know
about, because if it happened
once, it could happen again. Mr.
Kotler is an expert inrhis field, and
if \ou have any questions you
may contact him. He was kind
enough to send me follow-up
material on this case and other
interesting material I may use in
by Wayne C.Switzer
the future; I might also mention
:hal ve are in the 2nd Appellate
District in Hendry County.
This is what happened. Mr.
DeMayo, a client ot the law firm of
Heller & Chames signed the law
firm's retainer agreement which
provided in part that Heller &
Chames, P.A. "shall have and is
hereby granted and charging liens
upon the clients interest in any
and all real property and for any
balance due, and that the client
hereby knowingly, voluntary and
intelligently waives his rights to
assert his homestead exemption
in the event a charging lien is
obtained to secure the balance of
attorney's fees and cost." The law
firm successfully used their retain-
er agreement to go after Mr.
DeMa.o c' homestead in court.
Historically, and at this time,
\our homestead exemption is a
pow er Iful protection under law.
There aie a few\ creditors \\ho can
legitimately go: after the equil in
your home.: Examples are the
payment of taxes and assess-
ments thereon, obligations con-
tracted for the purchase, improve-
ment or repair thereof, or
obligations contracted for house,
field, or other labor performed on
Generall, a homestead owner
can get around this constitutional
limitation and prl:i\ ide an interest,
which can be reached by a credi-
tor, b\ pro':iding the creditor with
a mortgage on the homestead
proper[\. That is why it is so
important, that mortgages be
Since the Court reversed itself,
there is no current change in law
as a result of that law case. Hoyw-
ever, now that \ o know it almost
happened, iou should be very
vigilant in leading over any con-
tracts you sign \\hen purchasing
high dollar items such as cars,
boats, planes, and more, and the
lender asks you to sign on the dot-
ted line, take the time to read
This is a true story: Some sears
ago I had a client ask if I minded if
he read the declarations page of
an insurance application before
he signed it. I said, "of course not,
go right ahead." This wvas a Flori-
da licensed A+ well known insur-
ance company. Guess what' He
questioned orne of the declara-
tions on the page. He was right: It
said exactly the opposite of what
it \.vas supposed to say. I had been
using that application for three
years and so had.other insurance
agents all over the United States,
Not one person had ever found
that major error. I did call the
company immediately and talked
to one of the attorneys in the legal
department, and they corrected
the applications nationwide, as
fast as possible. Read what you
sign and from now on be mindful
that someone may try this again
and put a provision in a loan
agreement that goes after your
homestead. Any questions, call
Wayne C. Switzer, CLU, Real-
County awards mosquito control contract to Clarke,
The Hendry County Board of help prevent mosquito breeding Keep guttli s around home for shady,places to rest during hot
County Commissioners has in their own yards. in good repair to a\oid water daylight hours. :
awarded Clarke Mosquito Con- Beginning September 1, 2006, build-up. Be sure screens in homes
trol, the country's largest mosqui- the public is encouraged to call Keep weeds and grass cut are intact and tight-fitting to pre-
to control provider, a long-term Clarke's Hendry County "Mosqui- ms look vententryofecs
. rtrrt tr.;mnlPm, -t rnmnr t, nHine" at ('nns 0 n_) 2,R4 to short, as adult mosquitoes look vententryo insects.
conll.rac Lo IIIm peII, II e -IIIIpi,-
hensive surveillance and mosqui-
to control services for the citizens
of Hendry County.
"This agreement provides a
cost savings to the county, and
allows us to expand and improve
bur mosquito control services
moving forward," .said Lester
Baird, County Administrator
"With more than 60( years of mos-
quito control experience, Clarke
has the right combination of
assets and expertise to do the best
job for Hendry County."
Clarke plans to implement an
integrated mosquito control pro-
gram that will provide surveil-
lance of the mosquito population,
larval control, adult mosquito
control utilizing aerial spraying
and increased truck spraying.
Clarke will also provide public
education on; mosquito-borne
disease prevention (such as West
Nile Virusi and information on
how Hendry County residents can
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report heavy mosquito anno. -
In addition to the county's
mosquito control efforts, resi-
dents can take a number of steps
to reduce mosquito populations
around their homes this summer,
Remove or empty water in
old tires, tin cans, buckets, drums,
bottles or other places where
mosquitoes might breed.
Empty plastic wading pools
at least once a week and store
indoors when not in use. If
unused, drain swimming pools
and keep dry.
Change water weekly in bird
baths, plant saucers and trays. '
Store boats covered or
Water bowls used by pets
should be emptied and refilled
Fill holes around home that
may retain water.
How has your life changed since 9-11?
Harmony Daniels said, "I don't want
to fly anymore. It's not as easy for me
A : :Aft, to jump on a plane because I don't
want to get blown up. It also makes
Sme more aware of my surroundings,"
Darlene Hernandez said, "It made the
pleasure of flying a little more difficult
because now you have to take your .*
shoes off at the airport and walk
across the grimy old floor that every-
one else has walked on and the floor
is really nasty. People also have to.
worry about being patted down at
some airports and it's a little uncom-
Peggy Hampton said, "Now there is
tighter security everywhere and I
S have less trust in people in gener-
Alisa Hernandez said, "I appreciate
my .armed forces a lot more espe-
cially because my husband was in
the Marines. I was afraid to fly even
before 9-11, so it makes me even
more scared to fly now. I've only
flown once and that was in '99 and I
haven't flown since then and don't
Carolyn Ford said, "I learned that
anything can happen to anybody, at
anytime, when you least expect it. It
just really made me think that
nobody is safe."
Friday, September 8
American Legion Fish Fry: 5-7
p.m. Legion Post 130, Highway 80
AA: Step 11 Meditation Meeting
7 p.m. Episcopal Church of the
Good Shepherd, Collingswood &
Eucalyptus, Port LaBelle, open
Bingo! Our Lady Queen of
Heaven Catholic Church, Early
bird 6:45, Regular at 7 p.m. NO
Sunday, September 10
AA: 7 p.m. Port LaBelle, Epis-
copal Church of the Good Shep-
herd, Collingswood & Eucalyptus,
Port LaBelle, open discussion
AARP Chapter Meeting: 1 p.m.
Dallas Townsend Agricultural
Center, Pratt Boulevard
Weight Watchers: Weigh in
and registration at 5:30 p.m.,
meeting at 6 p.m., First Christian
Church, Social Hall, 138 Ford
Bingo: 6:30 .p.m. American
Legion Hall, Hwy. 80W
Chamber of Commerce: board
meeting, 6:30 p.m.
Pioneer Homeowners Assoc::
7 p.m. Pioneer Community Cen-
OLQH Women's Guild: 7 p.m.
Pioneer Neighborhood Watch:
8 p.m., Pioneer Community Cen-
Moose Lodge #2398:8 p.m.
Narcotics Anonymous: 8 p.m.
Episcopal Church of the Good
Shepherd, Collingswood & Euca-
lyptus, Port LaBelle, open meeting
Kiwanis Club: 7 a.m., Flora and
Ella's, Hwy. 80
Hobby Class: 9:00-11:00 a.m.,
Woman's Club, Hwy. 80W
Rotary Club: Boo Boo's Restau-
PLB Garden Club: noon at the
extension office, Pratt Blvd.
Teen Center: Hendry County
Health Dept., 325 Pratt Blvd., 3-7
School Board: 5:30 p.m.
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Kiwanis installs new members
From left: Past Lt. Governor Joan Miller, with her new
member Michele Kelly, the nurse at LaBelle Elementary
School; center is Lt. Governor of Florida District 19 Har-
ris Segal, who installed the new members, and Karan
Roach from Ocean Boy Shrimp Farms, whose sponsor is
Nikki Yeager. Harris gave the members a "pep talk" about
Kid's Day, which will be September 23 at Barron Park.
The new members are eager to participateand begin the
Kiwanis Walk, being a member of the Kiwanis Global
Organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the
world one child and one community at a time.
Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant
Olde Cypress Bank officers surprised loan officer Callie
Walker with a promotion last week. President/CEO Chris
Shupe popped in to the bank's new location at Bridge
Street and SR 80 with the good news August 25. Pictured
from left: Vice President-Deposits Elsie Sellers, Chris
Shupe, new Assistant Vice President Callie Walker and
Vice President/Branch Manager Kerry Wentela. Mr.
Shupe praised Callie for her fantastic job adding, "we're
proud to recognize her efforts." Mr. Wentela added that
they're very pleased with her hard work over the two
years she's been with Olde Cypress. Callie, who has
been in banking for 12 years, was speechless.
Youth Day fun for all Birthdays
Youth Day will be held at
LaBelle Assembly of God on 123
Fraser Ave. across from the
Edward A. Upthegrove Elemen-
tary School. It will be on Satur-
day, September 9, from 1-5 p.m.
There will be two large water
slides. One is a 40 foot high
water slide with a rock climbing
wall and tunnels and a pool of
water to slide into. Then there
will be a 32 foot 9 feet wide slip-
and-slide. There will also be an
inside game room and yard
games. All youth ages 12-19 are
The cost to register is one,
medium pizza, which each per-
son will show when they are reg-
istered. The church asks that
everyone please wear a light
shirt over their swim wear. Pas-
tor Jeff, youth pastor from First
Baptist church will be sharing a
devotional time with everyone.
There will be food and drinks so
plan on being a pad of this youth
For more info, ask your youth
leader or call 675-0900 and ask
The Second Annual Youth
Day will be sponsored by area
churches and youth leaders.
September 7: Donald Peeples,
Christine Bailey, Gina Risher, Net-
tie Howard, Dennis Self, Mark
Lynch, Jamie Russ, Amy Sutton,
Lisa Bennett, Ramiro Rodriguez
September 8: Merle White,
Evelyn Smith, Mildred Wright,
Mickey Penle, Aleta Mae Ballard,
Nada Van Cour
September 9: Lora Dupree,
Janet Howard, Kathy Mattice,
Pauline To\~nsend, Margaret
Boyette, Roy Holt, Sr., Bruce
Allen Myers, Donna Galna,
Savannah Smith, Carol Kinney
September 10: Dean Holland;
Harold P. Curlis, Bill Murphy,
Todd Willis, Mary Jane Rissler,
Denise Province, Jennifer
Bradley, Brandy Hill, Timmy
Smith, Nichole Black
September 11: Anita Cross,
Johanna Lee, Tillie Patton, Ron
nie Daniels. Angela Williams,
Linda Thompson, Morgan Felty,
Tara Nicole Jones, Judy Puletti,
Joanna Finks, Sue Lynn Powell,
Colleen McCardel, Jason Fineis
September 12: Jay Ash, Joan
Basquin, Gary Newman, Larry
Woosley, Frank Powers, Judy
Lewis, Cynthia Wermuth,
Catherine Booth, Tracy Burley,
Alice Jean Hill, Clifton Cochran,
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Submitted to the Caloosa Belle/LHS Athletic Dept.
LHS volleyball team is on a roll.
Cowgirls defeat Dunbar
The Cowgirl volleyball team assist and 4 aces. The Cowgirls
defeated the visiting Dunbar were to host two home games
Tigers in 3 games, 25-7, 25-15, this week. Wednesday, Septem-
and 25-4. Alexa Redish led the ber 7, the Cowgirls were to play
'Cowgirls with 8 kills, 6 blocks and Bishop Verot. The JV match
8 aces. Blake Rice and Vanessa began at 6 p.m. followed by the
Ostaloza had 5 aces a piece. Varsity match at 7:30,
Vanessa also had 4 kills, while On Saturday, Sept. 9, the Cow-
Blake had 3 kills. girls will play Community School
Brogan Heisler and Heather of Naples. The JV \will play at
Raulerson added 5 kills for the 11:00 a.m., once again followed
Cowgirls, while Dani Blake had 14 by the Varsity match at 12:30 p.m.
Longhorns vs. the Seminoles
The LaBelle Longhorns traveled
to Immokalee on Saturday. They
faced the mighty Immokalee Semi-
The Tiny Mite white team
played its very first game on Satur-
day. The team did a wonderful job
and had a lot of fun.
The Mitey Mite team was next
to face a tough Seminole team. The
guys gave a tough fight but unfortu-
nately did not bring home the win.
The finale score was Longhorns-0,
The Junior Pee Wee team was
unable to play because it was short
by four players so they were forced.
to forfeit the game
The Pee Wee team looked very
sharp when it took the field. It \as
a tough game and the Longhorns
earned their first win of the day.
The Pee Wee final score was
The Senior Midgets took the
field for the final game of the day. It
was a tough loss with a final score
of LaBelle-0 Immokalee-33.
Thanksgo to all the cheerleaders
who gave it their:all. They dida great
job keeping up all the teams' spirit.
Thank yous also go to all of the vol-
unteers for making this such a great
team for the children of LaBelle.
All are invited to attend the
Booster Club meeting -on Sep-
tember 14. It will be held at the
Hendry County Recreation
Board located on Cowboy Way.
The meeting will be held at 8:00
ing competition squad for cheer-
leading and hip-hop dance with
experienced coaching staff from
LaBelle and Ft. Myers. They offer
advanced tumbling as well.
Their gym is located on S. Indus-
trial Rd. Stop by on Tuesdays
from 6-9 p.m. to inquire or sign
up. For more information call
Relay for Life softball Royal Dynasty grand
The Southern Gardens Relay
for Life Softball Tournament
scheduled for Saturday, Septem-
ber 9, at Davis Pratt Park in,
LaBelle has been postponed due
to lirrited team participation. If,.
you are interested in a tourna-
ment, please contact Rhonda
Welky at 863-902-4320. All
money will go to the American
Cancer Society Relay for Life.
LMS football will have its very.
first football game ever at home
at 5 p.m. against Evangelical
Christian School Sept. 7 at the
Pop Warner Longhorn
Home games are:
Sept 16: against North Port
Sept 23: against Ft. Myers
Oct 7: against Riverdale
Oct 14: against Cape Jr.
Universe AllStars is a travel-
Suominea to mte ualoosa telle/tiLn Atnletics uept.
The 2006 LaBelle Cowboys Varsity Football Team coaches. The team won their first foray
onto the gridiron this year against American Heritage, 19-18; but then faltered thefi nixt
two trips out against Cardinal Mooney (6-28) and Clewiston (7-21). Cheer them'on at
home this Friday against Bishop Verot. Pictured are Cowboy coaches, from left: Ron
Dunbar, Maurice McClain, Raymond Marroquin, Craig Davidson, Jason Branch, Russell
Bell, Patrick O'Bannon and Hal Bennett.
2006 Junior Varsity Cowboy Football Team
JV Cowboys shut
* The LaBelle Cowboy Junior Var-
sity football team got off to a good
start for the 2006 season as they
shutout the Lake Placid Green
Dragons last Thursday 20-0 in Lake
The Cowboys wasted little time
getting on the scoreboard as fresh-
man quarterback Brian Hull hit
freshman fullback Angel Alvarez
on a 14-yard touchdown pass on
the first offensive series of the game
The young Cowboy offensive
went out as s
Deas ran unde
long ball and s
down the sideli
nected with s
Crockett on a b
route to the cor
points for the w
for 100 yards
Submined to the Caloosa Belle/LHS Athletic Dept.
out Green Dragons
d connect on two sophomore counterpart at tailback
vns before the lights Dadrian Williams finished with 10
sophomore Dorian carries for 100 yards.
r a perfectly timed On defense the Cowboy charge
campered 80 yards came from freshman linebacker
ine before Hull con- Sammy Zammeron with 12 tack-
sophomore Hobbs les. Two-way players Crockett and
beautifull 8-yard fade Alvarez added 10 and 8 tackles,
ner of the end zone respectively, for the stingy Cowboy
final touchdown. defense.
two of three extra The JV Cowboys will play at
winners. home this week as they take on
shed with 9 carries Evangelical Christian at 7:00 p.m.
while his speedy at Cowboystadium.
opening and sign ups
Royal Dynasty Cheer, Dance
and Gymnastics Academy will
hold a grand opening and open
sign-ups Saturday, September
16, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at their
new gym located on "B" Rd. off
of SR 29S. Royal Dynasty will
offer Hip-Hop Dance and Tum-
bling, as.well as private tumbling
lessons for all ages, on a brand
new spring cheer and dance
floor. They also five years and
under competitive cheer. Come
out and sign-up for an exciting
and rewarding experience. For
more information please call
Melissa G. at 673-4071, Cheryl M.
at 250-9009, Melinda G. at 673-
Archery events slated
The Lee County Archers are
registering new participants.
The following events take place
at the Nalle Grade County Park
Range in North Ft. Myers:
Thursday, September 14, 7
p.m. Monthly membership
meeting and 20 Yard Target
Sunday, September 17: 3D
Archery Shoot at the Nalle Grade
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your favorite team \\'Well, the fclks at
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to Lest your fanaticlsm The Homie
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colors ajent Iaadable \er. Iju[ t "at
Smore colors ae comJng The pnce i
$I lo- f t. i23 8 perg 2ior.
I What are the most coveted seats for
SAmerican sports fans? Surprisingly,
They're not at the 50 vard-line for the
SSuper Boy I or behind home Flae for the
World Serie.. Accoidina to a poll cor.
Inducted b\ LUSA Todav.the t top bte L I
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I seats at the 50-yard line for a Texas- I
I Oklahoma college football game.
I The late Dale Earnhardt is arguably I
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I history. But he ranks only sixth in all- I
Time wins' with 76. In a virtual dead
I heat in career victories is Jeff Gordon. I
I So it was no surprise that Madame I
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I at the Venetian Resort Hotel and
I Casino in Las Vegas in 2005 with a
S$20,000 wax figure of The Intimidator,'
Followed in'06 with a life-size wax stat-
ue of Gordon. I
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County Park in North Fort Myers.
The shoot is hosted by the Lee
County Archers. A roving field
range consisting of 20 3D target
stations, and a 14 station
N.F.A.A. field course. Sign up
8-8:30 a.m.; shotgun start at 9
a.m. A $10 shooting fee applies.
Info: Ben Brown (239) 369-
Sunday, October 1, 9 a.m..,
900 Round event.
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Royal Dynasty Gym is located on "B" Road, off of SR
29 South. Royal Dynasty will also be holding an offi-
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16th from 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
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Ages: 3 to 18 year's
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n $,.1 i2,'50,000.
Prime 20+/- acre potential commercial parcel located
near West Glades Elementary in Muse and just minutes
away from downtown LaBelle. $3.50 per square foot.
1.18+/- acres zoned C-l commercial just South of
LaBelle with 175+/- feet of frontage on SR29 and
frontage on Luckey Street. Asking $499,000.
Beautiful .25+/- acre corner lot in downtown LaBelle
w/great potential. Currently zoned for duplex or single
family w/a possibility of rezoning to Business.
PORT LABELLE RANCHETTE located on Frontier
Cr. 2.58 Acres back up to greenbelt area and horses
are welcome. Restricted to site built single family res-
5 BEAUTIFUL OAK LADEN ACRES located East of
LaBelle. Quiet County Living for only $160,000.
OVERSIZED HOMESITE conveniently located in the
city with easy access to SR 80. .75 Acres manicured
and ready for your dream home. Lots of oaks and
maples. Was $105,000, reduced to $85,000 for quick
PORT LABELLE LOTS close to new development
area & marina. Priced from $39,000 to $57,900. Call
for inventory list. Over 60 high and dry sites to pick
SELLER FINANCING AVAILABLE with 20% down
to qualified buyer. Port LaBelle 1/4 ac. lot on the
norht side of Hwy. 80. Many new homes under con-
struction in the immediate area. Asking $45,000.
LUXURY COUNTRY LIVING. Horses Welcome
Upgrades include wood floors, stacked stone fire-
place, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances,
crown moulding, skylight dormers, and top of the
line ceiling fans with decorative medallions. The
includes a large barn with 3 oversized stalls and tack
room with shelving as well as a fully irrigated riding
arena and a 24x44 workshop/office. Additional
Acreage available, offers must be contingent upon
Glades County approval for property split. $695,000.
WHAT AN OPPORTUNITY for the right investors
This 20 acre parcel currently has a 1988 cedar home
with galvaume roof and a 1997 singlewide manufac-
tured home on the premises. Both homes are in need
of rehabilitation, Seller has started the process but
there is still quite a bit to do. Property cane split and
is priced at land value only. $590,000
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2 STORY HOME cose to town just off Ft. Denaud
Rd. This amazing 8Bed/2Ba home has it all, location,
charm, Master suite with office, screened room and
more. $279,000 REDUCED.
COUNTRY OUIET living on 3+/- acres. Spacious
great room concept with fireplace. 3Bed/2Ba plus
office, property features a large screened porch and
a detached pole barn with enclosed storage.
ZERO PERCENT FINANCING AVAILABLE Gated
and private meandering drive leads to 3Bed/2Ba
manufactured home features include 2 screened
porches, a 28x30 shop/garage, plus a 12x16 storage
bldg. with x-tra refrigerator and A/C, all on 2 Acres.
WHAT A NICE HOUSE! One owner, built in 1995, CBS
2 Bedroom, 1 BatlaQlhef.44on. Just one block
North of 80 walkiaMil i oMftwn. A great buy at
MOBILE ON l/~4l Ith W Belle with lots of
paving and a 26x1 q 1 U9 j40.
PRIME CORNER with approx. 590 ft. on well traveled
Cowboy Way and 520 ft. on Elm St. The front 2.7 Ac are
zoned Light Industrial with the remaining 4 ac zoned
Heavy Industrial. Great opportunity for flex space devel-
opment. Easy access to SR 29 and SR 80 located across
from the State Attorney's Office and close to LaBelle
COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL Located approx 1
mile west of Cowboy Way with 800 lineal ft on Hwy
80. Directly across from the proposed future Wal-
Mart location. $2,090,880.
MIXED INDUSTRIAL USE with 176 Ft. on promi-
nent Cowboy Way. Asking $915,000.
LIGHT INDUSTRIAL 4.65 AC with 2400 Sq, Ft.
Steel Bldg Excellent road access, just outside the city
limits. Could be split under current zoning. $850,000.
HEAVY INDUSTRIAL SITE just south of the city
limits. Industrial Loop S/D. Easy access to both SR 80
and Hwy 29. Cleared, filled and culvert in. Seller
Financing for qualified Buyer. $299,000
HARD TO FIND HEAVY INDUSTRIAL Builders
acre on a paved road. Industrial Loop S/D. $285,000.
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4 7 SR 80 W .aBelle, FL
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SELLER WANTS AN OFFER!!! 4.i) 5th Ave LaBelle, FL Belmont Gorgeous 3 ear-
,Ild. :' '2 h.mr ..n a :.i ner l,:t h .as :rern i. ulc ri flo uL irr.m baih sith a big garden tub,
large eat-in kitchen, icilli nif, brick lrI-pljace. plit loor plan A deck overlooks a small
canal. Close to evertlthing $299,900
3/2/2 ON BEAUTIFUL CANAL. Gorgeous deck u erlookmg the canal for the relaxing
nights Ertra jlrge hlint rd. plent uf room for the kids ,o pia One of he most desire.
able nd lamniil I cnf ,dh ne,jiit.',rho,,d.. in LaBelle Oa.ner iern anious, bring offers!
2.5 ACRES. THIS SPACIOUS 3.2 12003) PALM HARBOR MANUFACTURED HOME
leatui ca cath:cdral ceilirigs, a split Il1..i plan. large bedrooms. walk-m closets. Modern,
black kit':hn ippl. rn..et C-, jami. i' r in entr'. bathj & kitchen Situated on 2.5 acres
Back paiure .I, .I',.i-.cl & .ed, I..I s, .ui h.-.r.e. H.Is several nice oaks Shows hke brand
IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A PEACEFUL COUNTRY LIVING. LOOK NO FUR-
THERI Thi. i rdctal I,.I a relenJ get.i-.as. ,'r tull ime residence. There is a storage
in jbak, j ,mjll tbjin, a detiacil ca rp:,.r, dcog pens. and los of pretL trees encased in
2.31 totally fenced acres. The home is a Fklcetc.ood.. nearly ne. model in immaculate
condition. You gotta see this one!!! $199,900
REDUCED FOR QUICK SALEI This 2/2 mobile home has just been remodeled, with
new carpeting & vinyl throughout, & new cabmetrr in both bath- and kitchen. The 50'
X 400' lot is covered with gorgeous oak tree and c ar pr, ate Sits 5 drives North ofa
small grocery store. $65,900 UNDER CONTRACT!
VISIT US ON THE WEB AT WWW.OAKREALTflNC.COM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT RENTALS SALES
CINDY L. ALEXANDER
S UC. REAL ESTATE BROKER
ASSOCIATES: EDr HACKIANN
SCOTT HACKMANN, BROOKE BRUCE
C NEW LOCATION
233 N. BRIDGE ST
On the comer of
BRIDGE ST & WASHINGTON
MS. i SE HALO ESPANOL
RENTALS AVAILABLE workshops available for the outside man.
IN LEHIGH ACRES in the Westminster Sellers also Ei ae i business for sale at the
Gated Golf Community. Fully furnished right price. Very unique property for chat
3+office/2/2 -with pool. $2,000/M NO unique person. Pond on property. Asking
PETS/NON-SMOKING $450,000. 1
IN FORT MYERS on Gibson St. 3/3/1 IN FORT MYERS
$1,200/M.NO PETS. BEDROOMS / 3 BATH / ICAR
BRAND NEW HOME in Port LaBelle on GARAGE in great location close to every-
Montana Circle. 3/2/2 Car $1,500/M. No thing. Home has 2 master bedrooms, new
Pets roof, interior paint and A/C. Asking
BRAND NEW HOME in Port LaBelle on $279,900.
Windswept Circle. 4/2/2 Car $1,800/M. No 10+ BEAUTIFUL OAK FILLED acres
Pets with stock ponds. 5 acres has a
IN HORSESHOE ACRES on Derby Lane 3Bedroom/2Bath mobile home with
(Towards Clewiston) 3/2 $800/M Single screened in lanai. The other 5 acres are set
mobile/furnished. No Pets up and ready to be built on. Asking
OUR FEATURED $349,900.
LISTINGS FOR THIS WEEK NEW LISTING IN PORT LABELLE
LOVELY TWO STORY HOME on 5+ on W Sunflower Circle. 3 possible 4 bed-.
acres, screened lanai on back. Balcony on room/2.5 bath/ 2 car gaiage. Home fea-
front. Open floor plan, 2Bedroom/2Bath. tures over 2,100 sq. ft. living area. Includes
Fruit trees, large oaks, lots of storage in spa room, wet bar, living, family and for-
the out buildings and large barns and mal dining room. A must see to appreciate
[p l Home
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Caloosa Belle, Thursday, September 7,2006
SHELLY COLE Our newest agent is happy to
help you any day of the week including Sunday.
Now open Sundays by appointment from 1 4 pm
Call Shelly at 863-673-1244
700 S. Main Street LaBelle, FL
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nicely furnished, washer & dryer, microwave- many other
Accessories. Has a shed for mower & other garden tools.
Very dean & ready to move in. Master bath has Roman tub
&separate shower. Seller is movivated. $124,900.
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Beauurul BR2BA 'ool Home, ri th-in
LaBelle city limits. This remodeled home
is ready for immediate occupancy.
Features include: New Hardwood floors,
New Frigidare appliances, Wrap Around
Porch, Crown Moulding, New Pool,
Caned Wooden Pub. Hardiboard :idirne
lacuzzi tub n master bjth, Sman H.o:js'
wiring, and much more! Call Jill
Dillman at 863-673-3822-for-more
information and to set up a showing.
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'Vfr\ well mintarierd 2BR311'M spIt
pinhr 'mrr n Cc'urtry \Iil~jie Noeer
rocif, %julted cciljnrg4, all applIJrice.
berbetr cairpet, Cedr C ij urised
13x 3 m8namly room Green Belt -epj*
1. ~i:r m I hocm from crnimunitq re':rt-
jou jri ce srdpr i .d P l$10.000 mli
PUPo o Lt Belle Lots starting at
c v $32'900
1655 Case Rd 3BD/2BA on
2.29 Acres. $181,500
Caloosa Estates Drive, .54 ac
141 Hickpoochee Ave 2500 sq.ft. building and land only (1,500,000
Callor stop by to see :-...:- :, ,'i ./i, o, .,;., i gf, iin. '
274 N Bridge St
* 936.489+/- acre Grove on Sears Rd. All
or part for Sale ,Call office for more info.
* $850,000 40+/- acres. Beautiful
secluded area. Pasture ponds, lots of
cabbage ponds and oaks. Adjacent to
Babcock property with lots of wildlife.
Great place to live or for weekend get-a-
ways. Bring your dogs and Horses. Also
* $900,000 45+/- Hard to find acres
of pasture land in Muse. Easy access.
Bring the kids, dogs, horses and cows.
Currently zoned for 1 unit oer 10 acres.
* $1,250,000 16.04+/- acres. Great
Lis Adw s Lc Ra.stt .~e
NN \\ S OL]t u p p 'Jt u n s[) are altyg ro n u n ) m cf w rn m crEs an l U c T e r
schools, recreational Park, Town Shops
and much More.
* $1,500,000 13+/- acres. HWY 27
road frontage. Great Investment poten-
* $1,600,000 This 12.76+/- acres has
lots of old oaks. It is currently being
used as a Rental Park. Call for more info.
* $287,500 Prime Business Location.
These 2 V2 lots located in Clewiston, are
zoned industrial. There is a 1054 square
foot home on one of the lots being sold
"as is" This is a great location for a new
business. A world of options await you
with this property. Priced just right to
sell quickly. Call for more info.
* $739,000 Unique 2+/- acres parcel
in Alva with 162' of frontage on busy SR
80. The front Acre is zones C-1A for
acre is zoned RS-1. The property is 558'
* $988,025 Looking to expand or
begin your business. This auto salvage
yard is truly one of a kind. Organized
and well established, with a clean bill of
health. Warehouse size is 4290 Sq
Ft...Office Size is 1632 Sq Ft.
Montura Lots From $47,000 to $66,500
City Lots From $13,000 to $72,900
Port LaBelle Lots From $32,000 to
Clewiston Lots Starting at $24,000
Moore Haven Yacht Club Lots From
$29,900 to $34,900.
Call for more info on Homes and
1. GREAT BUY This 2+/- acres
with mobile, partially fenced.
2. REMODELED FROM HEAD
TO TOE! This 2/1 home has
been completely remodeled w/
tile floors throughout, large
enclosed family room surround-
ed by \windows, and an addition-
al large screened porch.
3. WHY RENTI When you can
own your own 3/2 home on this
spacious corner lot, with lots of
oaks and minutes from town.
4. GREAT PORT LABELLE
HOME! This 2/2 home features
fresh paint, new carpet and new
ceramic tile sits on a large green-
belt for extra privacy. $169,900
5. AFFORDABLE COUNTY LIV-
ING! This 3/2 mobile home with
fireplace, screen lanai, large
garage. This home sits on 2.5 +/-
acres. Owner anxious to sell!
6. BEAUTIFULLY UPDATED
HOME! This 3/2 home offers a
completely remodeled kitchen
with stainless steel appliances,
oak cabinets, new carpet and
freshly painted. Minutes from
7. HOME OR DUPLEX! This 3/2
home or 2 bedroom, 1 bath
home plus attached 1 bedroom,
1 bath apartment. Completely
remodeled! In town. $196,900
8. MOBILE HOME WITH
MENT! Enjoy this nicely main-
tained 3/2 mobile home on 2 +/-
acres, w/ a Mother-in-Law apart-
ment, two-bay pole barn
9. TWO-STORY HOME LOCAT-
ED IN TOWN has 4 bedrooms
and two and a half bath with
many extras. This is a must see
10. STOP LOOKING! This
brand new 3.'2 CBS home has a
double door entrance, cathedral
ceilings, tile, plush carpet, white
raised panel cabinets, plant
shelves, and a 27' lanai.
11. IN TOWN This 4/2 home
with hardwood floors, ceramic
tile, fireplace that sits on over a
.5 acres +/-- with lots of Labelle
oaks Seller says sell! $249,900
12. ENJOY THE GOOD LIFE!
This 3/2 home offering lots of liv-
ing space and sits on a large lot
with a great lakeview. $265,000
Unfurnished; $275,000 Furn-
13. ROOM TO RELAX AND
ENJOY! This 2/2 mobile home
sits on a beautiful, peace and
quiet 2.25+/- acres with plenty of
room. Just minutes from town.
14. AFFORDABLE COUNTRY
LIVING! This 3/2 manufactured
home on 5.14 +/- acres has a
screened front porch and anoth-
er on the side. Located in Muse.
15. LOCATED IN TOWN! This
3/2 brick home was custom
built. This home is located on a
quiet dead-end street with lots of
beautiful oaks. $330,000
16. 9.6+/- CLEARED ACRES
with a brand new manufactured
home. This could be Just the
place that you have been search-
ing forl Just minutes from town.
17. GETAWAY WEEKENDS!
Beautifully wooded 5 +/- acres
w/ 2/2 cottage and 32' x 29' pole
barn with enclosed storage.
Property Is fenced and cross-
18. GIVE YOUR FAMILY THE
BEST! This magnificent 4/2 new
construction home is located on
the west side of LaBelle.
19. THE HOUSE THAT LOVE
BUILT! This beautiful 3/2 brick
home is breath taking and has
many quality you can respect!
Just minutes from town.
20. EASY TO MANAGE
RANCH! This property hosts a
2,000 +/- sq. ft. 3/2 CBS home
on 20 +/- acres! The property is
fenced and cross-fenced w/ a
small barn and shed. REDUCED
21. SOUTHERN LIVING WITH
CHARM GALORE! Large beauti-
ful oaks grace this 4.35+/-acre
site with old Florda style country
home. This distinctive home
offers two or three bedrooms,
two baths and many extras
including a cook's kitchen featur-
ing marble counter tops, stone
fireplace, cathedral ceilings, and
pergo wood flooring, brand new
30'x40' pole barn and 24' x 36'
horse barn. Perfect for horses!
700 S. Main Street
LaBelle, FL. 33975
Realtors: Emily Ankeney
* Bonnie M. Denning, CPA
Tracey L. Williams
Investments 8 Real Estate
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Call our knowledgeable
and friendly staff about
landform 1/4 acre
to 100+ acres!!!
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10 Caloosa Belle, Thursday, September 7, 2006
BankofAmeri SHIRLEY IMHOFF WILLIS
Consumer Real Estate
1-800-854-5783 extension 56302
Now with an office in LaBelle
at 415 W. Hwy 80
Call for an appointment
NTrow certified in3
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C 3L A L AUS'; TI
IOME IN IMMOKALEE: i 1 CB5 h:mrr, nev. po:ritelan ile fl::-rs, reri:o.llcd kirchcn. baith
room has all new fiixures, ne. carpet in bedlro:nims R:oo: re:eniri. finishd $199,000.
HOME IN LABELLE: REDUCED!! 3/2 manufactured home. LOCATED one lot off SR 78.
Walking distance to River Front Park. Boat ramp near by. irge gfre.nt jnd bajic pfr.i:h
Building ir, back wasi used 's business office Greiat ,pporturitic: $215,000.
WATERFRONT HOME IN ORTONA: direct access to intercostal na deep frehiajser
canal, this 2'1 5 home sLb on 65 rt lot This hlcme feature ; TILT with screened p,:i:h, j 6
ft shding glass door our to the lar.ii A MINST SEE FIOR THE SE-RIOI.iS BO\TR 399,900.
T w.a T.Ll. Ual- r l ;,ll-A Olaill Realtor'
Commercial Land Residential
Centunr 21 Sunbelt Realty. Inc., and Sunbelt Funding
Services are pleased to sponsor their first annual
HOME BUYERS SEMINAR & WORKSHOP
on Thursday. September 28, 2006 from 5:00 to 7:30
p.m. at the Century 21 Sunbelt office, located at the cor-
ner of MLK Blvd and SR 80, in LaBelle. FREE credit
reports, refreshments, and door prizes for seminar reg-
istrants. Come in and see how YOU can buy your own
home. Special rate packages for service professionals
(teachers, fire/rescue, police), buy-downs. 100%. financ-
ing and more. For more information call 863-675-1616
lorid 863 -675 4550
281 S. Bridge Street LaBelle
Ael s Rodney Murray & Seth Howard
Lic. Real Estate Brokers
Stat co. Associates: Phil Lewis,
n-.. L Tamra Franco, Kyndel Murray
173 Beautiful oak filled acres with nice 2/2
home. Fenced & cross fenced, cow pens.
Can be subdivided. 441 platted lots.
$3,400,000. Owner Anxious.
7.1 acres in Glades County. Cleared & par-
tially fenced. Close to LaBelle. $282,900.
4/2 well maintained home with 20x30
workshop, 150' irrigation well, fenced
yard, within walking distance to schools &
3BR/2Bath recently renovated. Located in
town on nice lot w/trees. $239,500.
61.25 acres. Improved pastures & fenced.
Only $11,000 per acre.
impi oven. 3oiOu0pVci ce. -'
ry'.Sunblt Ralty Inc
RIVERSIDE REAL ESTATE, IC.
45 South Riverview LaBelle, FL
863-675-2718 1-877-675-2718 i[
2BRi2BA Home located on Lee Street
zoned Business. Great for small office.
CALL FOR DETAILS"
FEATURES OF THE WEEK
SBR/2.5BA CBS POOL HOME. spaclod.
floor plan, large family, room orerloioking
oversized lap pool, patio and cciurn ardl
Also features office/4th bedroom. i.alk in
closets, brick paved deck and net roof in
BACK ON THE MARKET Priced tc Sell!
3.18 +/- Acres i'Couage stle home lo,.at-
ed in Port LaBelle Ranchetes biruaied at
the end of a cul de sac % peaceful &. pri.ati
setting Cathedral ceiling, ceramic ule
throughout, open Iloor plan a. wrap
around porch. $379,900
FIRST TIME ON THE MARKET!
Homesteaded in 1893 by ilbam Henr)
Whidden. It will be hard to find a more
desirable site A prime location n an area
of proposed future development m beau-ri
ful Fort Denaud Features a B.BR.'B. CBS
home and renal mobile home on I1'-'.
acres with massive, old oaks and palfi
Located approximately I 2 miles West of
LaBelle with frontage on Hii 78 and
Norris Road $900,000
30 ACRE GROVE includes 2BR.'BA ,:us-
tom home located in the pjlh ot de.elop.
LOCATION. LOCATION. LOCATION!!!
This 3 +/- acre peninsula has caer 71.11.' :,f
Caloosahatchee Riser frontage .tth H"\
29 access Zoned C-2 sour possibiluces are
INVEST NOW! One o e few' riverfront
acreage parcels on the market 107 Acres
. 600i +.'.- itl Irontng on the rner Look
tu the East and We t & enic\ \ie's from
the railed riverbank The 'aitertiTont piec
leatures laketrcont on the South ide &
riverfront on the North Parcel's hfutre
land u,e is ltirure retreaut.n ILRI \our
ponsibilues are endless here' $3,500,000
PARCEL! TT-,,. buildable loti ib l protreIt-
ed dJ.:ck on old r1ier ca\bli Priesune lieis
up ri.er i& ars, i0 pr.t-ei,:d u-ate or.ned
land Plus no corps setback. apprco\. 21ji fj
oft aterfrlni &. iltud.edl on both the
Caloos hatchee Rierl In racciasal
\\~1aernaM and the old rier c.\boa.
WATERFRONT & PRIVACY AT IT'S
BEST! Ths recent, reno.aied JBR ?BA
home i, located at the ()Orton Locksl Fish
from your own private dock iPermit in
place to add ne, dock n, lift Priced i.,
BEALITIFUIL RIVrERIEWS from this
.atertroir, horc site on dredged ri.er
I.\,,. ,prate dock ,n place Home sie
s lorjied aPFpro 7S it ICronm the mrrn
rner Permits are r.i place to re-dredge
ONE OF THE FEW pr.
%atel ,,ned man-made
deep after r
homi~re is located in
LaBelle Cit imits.
Homne ;,ie includes o n.
erchip c-1 the canal, which
provide, priiecrted boat
do,.kage and direct a,.ce.
to the Calpoosahatchee
GORGEOUS RIVERFRONT! This I 04
acre lot is tiooded and located on Couno
Road 78. Build sour dream home on ihi.
parcel & enjo endless nes olf the
Caloosahatchee Riier Pr c Reduced
SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR NATURE
LOVERS. This 212 CBS Home & Guet
mobile is on jack's Branch ,.' rier access
This Linique property also hsa4 LS o n prl-
aate ISLkND Gorgeous property is
coy.ered ith large oaks CUall l.:r more
details This s a M T SEL $175,000
HOMES IN LABELLE
CHARMING 2BR2BA CEDAR HOME
s. on oerslized corner lot in the irl\
Features are faulted ceilings. ule. French
door., ienced back l.rd & extra storage
CBS HOME IN THE CITY 3BR'2B-.
".split floor plan, large bedroomm.
ocerized tamild room & beauul:ul headed
home site $199,9001
MOVE IN READYI! Nel, remodeled
SBR'2BA home located on large lot in the
oiut New carpct. l.coringl and tenor paint
& spaious master bedroom $179,900
THIS IMMACULATE 2BR/I.5BA HOME
is located in tI- center of t, o n lose [:
e.erthing Whj[ a terrific home foir somn-
.,ne just seirung Oj on their orn or ,saing
,dcirin Home is paruaill turni'hed & re.di
ior ou' $159,900
IMMACULATE 3BR/2BA MANUFAC-
TURED HOME situated or shaded over-
sized lot in tion & completely fenced
Home feature' ajulted erdings, .t.lit 11ar
plan, kitchen with pantry & breakfast
island. Reduced $134.900
A GREAT RENTAL INVESTMENT OR
STARTER HOME! This 3BR 2BA manu-
facitred home has a loit to ofler Splt llcor
plan, deck. ne', carpet i paint Priced to
,ellI Pc-.!itle o.ner finariung ar; ja ble!
O0,ner lIl considerr all offer' $125,000
3BR/2BA MANUFACTURED HOME on
lenced lot w' i-r.ari oaki in LaBelle Home
has 12 x 14'deck. perfect for entertaining
AFFORDABLE AND WELL MAIN-
TAINED 3BR 'BA manufactured home
/,office or pomrble 4th bedroom Perfect
istrter home or rental inmetmenl Located
Utilhin i li mius, compleieli fenced &
pried to ell' $99.900
3BR2BA CBS HOME w/Pool in Laurel
Oaks, very derrajbie neic.hb.rhood w/
great floor pljn for a growing family.
Propertm s surrounded tl) large oaks.
Hoce'poc.l needs TLC,being sold AS IS.
3BR'2BA HOME. WELL KEPT &
CLEAN! Ths home i, truly a beauty from
the inside cout Features ceramic tile, bonus
room ~'hurricane hhuiters. screened
porch, alar s:m t:tem & paoou:s Iedro.:,irn
Shathroom. \Vell mainl:ured corner lot
,.uirriatii n si.uiem A must ee! $189,000.
3BR/2BA HOME W/TILE through out liv-
ing area,. Iair;g roo-.m plus f milh room
Fenced back \ard -i man troipicals & BBQ
3BR IBA HOME IN COUNTRY
\ILLIGE. Nice ti.:..r plan, uile through
out Priced to sell! $130.000
2BR'2BA "LIKE-NEW" manulactured
home i,.large screened room on 1 25
.acre home site cleared w/scattered trees.
HOMES ON ACREAGE:
UNIQUE. DESIRABLE AND IN THE
PATH OF GLADES COUNTY DEVELOP-
MENTI This wonderful location is perfect
for the actie developer looking for that
parcel ahich is surrounded bi the
appr.sed Lakes Deaelopment Suitable for
plhinred dccloipme-t th approcal tfm
Clades CCountN $1,800.000
UNIQUE OLD FLORIDA ESTATE! 10,538
sq ft. under roof + 2.585 sq ft pool & pauo
areai Et.clusiit pool home licaned East ot
LaBelle orn 5 beautuul, oak & ciru'-fillcd
cr fc, nrnnn cn SR Ait. Home leature, mjr
architctucrl deLtail fr-mu ulied celirngs and
skylights, to Spanih ule lloonng Custom
lc.or plan include; 3 mairer aulres, pri ate st-
ung rims. French doors to large lana,. c.i.-
ered alkwrabl p,.,oblde rec roium. IBR. IBA
cottLeii. itcle-bas ork;hop .,'garage, ~cc-
tric gKate eniranct:-,,. paied driae & c,:m-
plici l Icnced One c ,f kin.ji $I,500,000
3BR.IBA CBS HOME on 8s- acres
fronung on pased road appiox 3 miles
from town. Property is fenced &, cross
fenced a. gorgeous oaks & horse stable.
SPACIOUS 4BR2BA MANULFAC-TURED
home on 4i84+.- acres ,. pond S mostl)
cleared. Split floor plan, large master bed-
room/bath, office rtbirer%. formal living
room, family room & open kitchen
SPACIOUS MANUFACTURED HOME
ON 5+/- ACRES. Property has pond,
fenced, cleared & ready for your horses.
This 4BR,'2B.\ oersied home .features
spit floor plan, ,..,d-like flooring in living
are:. & man, extras! REDLiCED $265.000
CBS HOME LOCATED PORT LAB-ELLE
UNIT 102. Features open floor plan. .plt
bedrooms. Frigidaire stanrless steel ippli-
ancts, tile throughout, separate tub and
-hower in majter. faulted ceilings, pauo
and ni car garage $249.900
3BR/2BA CBS HOME! Split floor plan,
2,000+ total sq. ft., granite counter tops,
IS' ceramic tile. vaulted ceiling and many
more upgraded features $245,000
PRIME LOCATION! Business zoned
proper~n located in Do:nt ric,, n
LaBelle. Perfectly situated on the corner of
(HWY 291 Bridge Street and Park A\enue,
less than I block from the Caloosahatchee
River. 1,846 q ft Historical Flonda-Srvie
two story budding front on Bridge Street.
A QUAINT CRACKER-STYLE OFFICE
on Park Aaenue Airead% set up for a busi-
nc, office- including phone hnes, air con-
diricning. commercial grade carpeung and
lind'caping Screened front porch adds to
iL, Flurida charm $399,900
BEST BUY OWNER ANXIOUS
.Atfordable Business Zoned Propern' This
2BR I BA home is suated on a high traffic
road in the dty. Just 2 blocks north of Hw\
80 and 1 block east of Bridge Street and
surrounded by local banks and businesses
Priced to Sell! $179,900
INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY Excellent
in.esunrent opportunin ws 277' frontage on
H-a 29 I 59+1. acre, on corner of Hw)
-'9 nd N Indusrral Loop Road, 3 steel
buildings- (Warehouse-3,800 sq. ft.; shop -
S.6ti.. sq It.: office building ?,52i sq. tr I all
current le-sed. $1300.000
ESTABLISHED IN 1984 The Gator Bait
Pub has been a thrling business in the
Pioneer Community for many years TF
you've ever wanted to run your on
Restaurant and Lounge here's sour
chance This quaint eisabhbhment comes
full furnished. completely equipped
kil.hen &. offer, a great start for any entre-
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STUNNING RIVER VIEWS can be seen from the inas-
ter suite balcony ot this rierfront 3BR 3BA 2-stor-
home. Huge lanai with in ground Jacuzzi spa and much
morel $798,000. PRICE REDUCED
PANORAMIC VIEWS of the Caloosahatchee River
await you in this 3BR'2.5BA home with an oversized
private boat dock. Commuunm clubhouse includes pool,
boat ramp & tennis court. $749.000
UPGRADED SBR/2BA HOME FEATURES i25 t of
river frontage. Conveniently located ,iithin 1 nile of
marina. restaurants and gol course. $599,900
SAVOR THE SUN at your private waterfront retrtat
4BR/2BA manufactored home st r ajesti:allU at the
end ofa cul-de-sac. Oversized back porch looks over the
river for endless river views $ 521,000
ENJOY AFFORDABLE RIVER ACCESS hith [his
SBR2BA home. navigable creek offers direct ac ess rto
the Caloosahalchee River. $399,000
SUMMER FUNI 4BR'2BA M'H includes 135 Ift ot rir
access, making an easy launch for jet ikia. Detached
garage and high quality upgrades. Enjos the ,un!
PERFECT SIZED GET-A-WAY OASIS! 3 BR,2BA canal
3 BR/2BA CBS HOME on 2.1 + ad bajst a IiJ.O 40 .
office), 36036 barr. paved drike, artistic tlr meets. iouintr
4BR/3BA BRICK HOME ON 1I +,- AC. runcional breed
ed horse lunger. 2 addl pole burns. and a ,ioilhop rL. A
4BR/2BA HOME ON 7 +/- AC. Priac ste i.kLed pond. \a
20% 1 shed & 20x25 pole barn. Will allow, foi 2 h,,me.ires
PICTURE PERFECT 3BR 2BA 1 acre ctate home catlureN
river access from the Communit, boar ramp $625.000
SBR/2BA CBS HOME on 5+ 3; Cross tenced, pond. take
tic Ining with a convement drise $595,000
DREAMS NEVER END in this custom 3BR'-BA puol her
fireplace. Soaring ceilings, den and a gniurmet kitchen $44
3BR/2BA 2-STORY HOME SITUATED on 3 59 +.'-Jc 6j
workshop. Oak Lovered acreagt. $415,000
3BR/2BA CBS HOME ON 4.82 +-AC. H~mc offer.i aulted
180 N. Bridge St. LaBelle, FL
(863) 675-6788 -
DONI,, .B. :. OE
front MH includes detailed upgrades and thoughtful ACREAGE
landscape. $115.000 39 +/- AC. WITH INCOME POTENTIAL.
WATERFRONT HOMES SITES Includes 2BR hunting cabin, 4,500+/- young
DREAMING OF OWNING YOUR OWN 12 64+/- live oaks, laser leveled land, and water per-
secluded ac Island? $1,400,000 mits. $1,800,000
INCOME PRODUCING ORANGE GROVE
MAKE THIS 200 FT. OF RIV-ER FRONTAGE I' I
MAKE THIS 200 FT. OF RVER FRONTAGE w/ microjet irrigation. 80+/- ac. Can be split
YOURS. 2.50 +'- ac. of rverfront acreage with remov- for endless building possibilities. $12,500per
able spoil easement has access from CR 7S. $965,000 ac.
IMPROVED WATERFRONT LOT IN CALOOSA 43.32 +/-AC. OF oaks, pines, cypress trees,
HARBOR. Includes boat dock. well, electric and pro- and pasture. Well and power on site. Zoningis
cected harborage. 0\ er 160 ft of waterfront $499,000 one homesite per 5 ac. $1,190,000
240 FT OF NAVIGABLE CREEK FRONT River OAK HAMMOCK, CYPRESS AND PALMET-
itevs. river access. and dock permit. Deed restricted TOS grace this 48.07 +/-ac. Flowing creek
conimuniit. %,+ + *- ac. $429,000 adds to the charm $1,100,000
230 FT ON THE RIVER SIDE OF PORT LABELLE 40 +/- AC. OFF well maintained dirt road.
RANCHETTES. 2 53 +,- ac. in desirable deed restmct- Unlimited potentialat $30,000 per ac.
ed commune. $425,000 Manageable Orange grove in Ft Denaud off
ed common. $425,000 private road. $850,000
TAKE IN THE BEAUTY OF THE RIVER from this 30 +/- AC. OF IMPROVED pasture with
2 $8 +,'- .c home site in Pt. LaBelle Ranchettes J00 ft wooded patches Picturesque flowing creek,
of greenbelt between home site and river, boat docks and camp houses. $705,000
allowed. $410,000 20 +/- FENCED AC. of improved land.
IT DOESNUNID CU3TBERAMCT $225.500 Excellent potential. $660,000
20 +/- AC. WITH plenty of space for your
i ,:,-rr 1 P :"Tie 'J. up i,:.l,|.c, P,,,ahc .- jr,.J fer,-,.,:d
floor plan & expansive back porch. $ 0: a l.e 0 ,,cIs jr fe00
workshopp includes Cross tenced pasture includes tack. 3 AND .i A.-E HO.ISIEs aiuli8. i i in
, cham $999,000 roorn & stable $375,000 i3 D ARE HOMIrTiES i ,l-1. -*n ',*ic
nmg ban. automat- LOCATION. LOCATION, LOCA- Lll 'll,,.. ;..,
rrue Equine Eisate TION. Impeccable custom 3BR'2BA5 .: $429,9001o 10,000.
home located in a quiel tloatng cor.l-,. 1 +. : TR\CVI mr ,.lu I,'.,,.l -,,J 'n: l .1l
liil u, fruit tree. m unit $279,000 ul.:ll r..., h,,r,, .,: $2l9,900
$699,900 3BR/2BA WITH 1.656 SQ. FT. LIV.' 20 + \C. .:.f in... Tnt [r. ..p:r.:, in A:rier,
a i p late pcnland ING AREA. Built in 21105, Screened ----
lanai with hoi tub. $245,000.
Sadantage of rus- 3BD.2BA ON SPACIOUS GREENBELT. The home to ha.e oIrr serious cooks'
ne with a giaov.ing 3'BR2BA (UCNUM R OIIFBACltl I S195,000.
17.500 PARTLALLY FURNISHED 3BR'2BA home includes c rporur storage shed
x'21 pole barn. 12' Near canal and community pool $175.000
AFFORDAB au eIq WT l-ra g e $164,900.
ceilings. no THE PRICEIS RHT lorhi2BR A home' remodeled 96-4 q !t ih a
new roof in 2005. $149,900.
GREAT INVESTMENT RENTAL PROPERTY. Duplex located on MLK. Jr.
Rental income is $400 per month Only $39,900
STYLISH HOMEI 3BR'2BA CBS home aith ..rnd lloots juAt installed
Located on a generous ul-w.ater rlo. quality, -urrouindmng., ris.-rtroni 5 D
FASHIONABLE AND FUNCTIONAL neo, c..,aisLruilon 3BR2B- CBS
home on : +.'- ac in Quail Run S. D. $339.000
2 BUDGET FRIENDLY NEW CONSTRUCTION. 'BR 2BA, wide greenbelt
insures pri\vac Reduced to $194.000 w-$4.000 seller contribution.
U_. UST IN TIME TO DECORATE... A stvlish ne.s cortrucuon hnmes in
|- is] Laurel Oak. S D C.mn\enient lo:catitr, to the P.-rt LaBelle Mariui and H1v
81l Call nov. to take advantage of bustr's incenur e,- v. hil the, la-t! Prices start
A COUNTRY CHAS
stone fireplace, sk
RM ON 5 ACRES. :isBK BA 2.05? sq ft home feature-
slights. cron molding. oarmig ceiling and an iniltng
5 +/- AC. west of LaBelle & only a short dis-
tance to Ft. Myers. $269,900 .
MUSE 5 ACRES on Loblolly Bay Rd
LADECA ACREAGE, peaceful get-a-way on 5
+/- ac. $165,000
MONTURA RANCH ESTATES. 1.07 to 1.25
+/-ac tracts. $39,900 to $67,500
REFINED HOMESITES available in deed
restricted Laurel Oaks. From $90,000 to
$110,000 new construction homes also avail-
HARD TO FIND OAK FILLED corner lot in
the city. $150,000
PRIVACY GALORE % +/- ac. off Live Oak
ENJOY THE QUIET of a tree filled V2 +/- ac.
in town $99,900
CANAL FRONT PARCEL. .30 +/- ac. Easy
access to Hwy 80. $90,000
.40+/- AC LOT OFF CR 78 in nice estab-
lished neighborhood. Cleared lot with trees
that skirt the property. $89,900.
ac. to-1/3 +/- ac. Starting at $31,900.
TROPICAL GULF ACRES, Homesites in
2 2.5 ACRE PARCELS in Pioneer at Arcadia
and 8th St. $87,500 each.
PRIVACY PURE AND SIMPLE on these 1.25
to 3.75 +/- ac. parcels. Lehigh Properties,
Priced from $85,000 and up.
2.5 AND 5 ACRE Parcels in Pioneer
Plantation. Priced from $74,000 to
LEHIGH ESTATES- .297 +/-ac. Conveniently
located to Ft. Myers $66,900
1/2 +/- ac. buildable lot west of Joel Blvd. in
INDIAN HILLS .67 ac. corner lot $55,000
3 TO CHOOSE FROM 1/4 +/- ac. lots in
NW Lehigh Acres, $49,900 to $54,900
JAGUAR BLVD. In Lehigh, close to Hwy 82,
high traffic area perfect for builder product.
.-4IU+- AL LUI ALKU S ROM LALOOUA COMMERCIAL
ESTATES S.D. _i..i0 metal .hJe, ell crn 4.61 +/- AC. ZONED 1-2. Owner's
pflpefil un krg l:un'il:J dlicti i:re Conceptual Building Plan will include a one
$89.900. story building (grade level) with 67,600 sq. ft.
CHERISH THE CtHRM, ,:, Ih.- baunul:l :ok concrete block office/warehouse with a metal
I..:. .:ir, I...r I4 + .. $85,000 roof. Building details are negotiable between
%XIDE VARIUET Of HOMESITES i- all j-iti buyerand seTler. $4,500,000
t F'. -n Libelle Si.:Ti,-hing fire i,:,, in I a 3,056 SQ. FT. COMMERCIAL BUILDING
-- --- --- -- on 1.28 +/- ac. High traffic area provides for
kitchen with island bar 5 stall horse plentyofpotential. $1,250,000
barn includes tack room and storage 1.02 ACRES OF PRIME B-1 ZONED
room ,ith concrete center isle PROPERTY in city limits operating as a
$525,000. restaurant/bar. $1,200,000
LIKE NEW IBR2BA doublewide NH EXCELLENT LOCATION FOR YOUR BUSI-
L E NEW 4B A d e M H NESS Beautiful 3.1 +/- ac. parcel's future
on 9 54 +i- ac $475,000 zoning is "Proposed Transitional." 3BR/2BA
BEAUTIFUL WOODED 1.27 +1- AC. rental exists on the property. $899,900
LOT in Immokalee 3BR"2BA dou- GREAT BUSINESS POTENTIAL with 245'of
blesside M;H & &a 2BR.'I BA singlewide highway 80 frontage, you will get noticed!
NI H $245,000 This 1.02 +/-ac. will not last long. $499,900
2BR2BA WITH DEN on 2 plus acres YOUR BUSINESS BELONGS on this heavy
industrial acreage. Zoned for various uses
.Areage can be splt lor additional with unlimited potential. $479,248
home ite $197.900. OFF HWY 80 IN LABELLE. .74 +/-ac. will
LOOKS SMALL. LIVES BIG! 2,'2 M.H make a wonderful business location
on I + ac. features covered parking, Picturesque property has great possibilities!
orklhop & outbuildings $165,000 $435,000
MINT CONDITION 3BRj2BA MNH 120 +/- AC. ZONED C-3 OFF SR 29N. Great
for Home/Business operation. 3BA/1BA
Ft Denaud Acre, mncudes Storage .hed remodeled home includes 2 storage sheds
& carport $158.000 and 12x20 pole barn. Great buy for $249,900
GET OUT OF TOWN PRICED TO MOVE YOUR BUSINESS TO LABELLEI
SELL '.BR2BA MH on 2 acrets will Historic building has been redesigned to
male perfect starter home $150,000 accommodate your business.Whyrent,when
SENjpirakBi 9R BA A R L o Lyou can buy ? $224,500
o N6acres 2 T9i000 BA COMMERCIAL LOT on Luckey St and 1st
n .46 acres 29000Ave. $137,000.
Caloosa Belle, Thursday, September 7, 2006 11
Extra time for
healing at HRMC
Many in the community aren't
aware of a particular program,
referred to as the 'Swing Bed' pro-
gram, offered by Hendry Regional
Medical Center. When a patient is
already in a hospital, but needs
additional time for healing,
'Swing Bed' services can be very
beneficial. Here are just a few
examples of those who would
meet the required conditions:
1. A patient is in the hospital
and has just received a hip or
knee replacement, and no longer
needs medical treatment, but is
not strong enough or capable of
going home. He/she may receive
physical therapy until gaining the
level of'activity prior to initial hos-
2: A patient is in the hospital
for a particular illness, but while
recovering needs on-going IV
3. A patient is in the hospital,
has become too weak to go home
and still needs additional
care/rehabilitative physical thera-
Although many coastal facili-
ties offer this same service or a
similar one, the convenience of
being closer to home and to fami-
ly (not to mention the cost of trav-
eling) encourages numerous
patients to transfer to HRMC, if
necessary, as participants of
'Swing Bed' care.
David McClusky, the Activities
Director of the Swing Bed pro-
gram, says, "It's exciting to see
hospital patients getting out of
bed, and going to the activities
room where we can work togeth-
er on emotional, physical, spiritu-
al, social and educational needs."
Most insurance companies
will cover the expense of this pro-
gram, and Medicare will also pay
for the associated costs. To
receive additional information
regarding Swing Bed services,
please contact Marilyn Lamb,. Uti-
lization Review/Social Services
Director at Hendry Regional Med-
ical Center 863-902-4316.
School Lunch Menu
Thursday, September 7-
spaghetti, green beans and diced
potato, banana and a dinner roll
Friday, September 8-hot dog,
French fries, corn and mixed fruit
Monday, September 11-pop-
corn chicken, California blend,
shape-ups and a dinner roll
Tuesday, September 12-Italian
dunkers, tossed salad, corn and
Wednesday, September 13-
hamburgers with lettuce and toma-
to, French fries and peaches
Thursday, September 14-bread-
ed chicken, mashed potatoes,
green peas, a peach cup and a din-
Friday, September 15-Manager's
Thursday, September 7- turkey
sandwich with lettuce and tomato,
nacho cheese dip, grape juice and a
peanut butter cookie
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Jake Coronado, age 6, the son of Al and Mary Coronado,
won the McDonald's Back to School Backpack Give-A-Way.
Jake is pictured with McDonald's worker Carmen Colon.
Friday, September 8-pepperoni
pizza, corn and fruit Jello
Monday, September 11-chicken
patty with lettuce and tomato and
American cheese, potato tots and
Tuesday, September 12-pork
roast with dressing, sweet potatoes,
mixed vegetables, orange juice and
a cup of fruit
Wednesday, September 13-
Thursday, September 14-bread-
ed chicken, yellow rice, chicken
gravy, green peas and apple juice
Friday, September 15-spaghetti,
tossed salad, green beans, orange
juice and aroll
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Specialize in Metal & Shingle
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Contact: Richard Cockram
Serving fhe area for over 20 yearsT
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9:00 a.m Sunday Worship
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Caloosa Belle, Thursday, September 7,2006
Las Noticias en Espanol
Invitation al open
house de UES
Queremos invitarios al Open
House de U.E.S. y cena de
spashetti todo lo que pueda
comer Jueves, Septiembre 14,
2006. Hora del Open House 6-7
p.m. Lugar de la cena Cafeteria
de U.E.S. Hora de la cena 5-7
p.m. cost adults $5,00 ninos
menores de 12 anos $3.50.
Puede comprar los tickets en
la oficina de la escuela. Mande
el dinero o cheque (por favor
haga los cheque al LaBelle
Rotary Club). Puede comprar
los tickets en la puerta la noche
de la comida.
prison de por vida
Para la familiar y muchos ami-
gos de la victim Danny Wosley
fue una sacudidad en el corazon
oir que James Henderson pasara
el resto de toda su vida en la pri-
sion. Tal vez para James sera lo
mismo un sacudida en el cora-
zon por la consecuencia que
liene que pagar ahora.
En una confession negociada
el 21 de agosto James Hender-
son se declare culpable de haber
asesinado a Woosley y dos deli-
tos de robo. El Juez del circuit
Edward Volz sentencio Hender-
son a prison de por vida sin
ninguna posibilidad de salir bajo
palabra de honor por el asesinato
de Woosley ademas de cinco
anos por robar la troca del difun-
to y un automovil Cavallier en el
Condado Collier. Durante el pro-
cedimiento el procurador Robert
Antonello dijo que parte del
arreglo fue que si Henderson se
declaraba culpable no iba a ser
condenado a la pena de muerte.
Cuando el procurador le explico
a Henderson si entendia clara-
mente las acusaciones y le pre-
gunto:iEs usted verdaderamente
culpable? El contest: !Sii
Seguidamente se quedo quieto
esperando de pie rodeado por
sus abogados.EI procurador
narro como ocurrieron los
hechos que cobraron la vida de
Woosley. El 30 de diciembre del
2004, Henderson escape de la
carcel del condado Hendr\
donde estaba sirviendo una con-
dena de dos anos por el delilo de
robar carros, solo le faltaban dos
meses para salir cuando se
escape y se fue a la casa de don
Woosley en La Calle SR 29S con
la intencion de robar armas
porque ya antes habia vivido en
su casa y sabia que el era un
coleccionador de armas, entro a
la casa, tomo varias armas para el
y de repente Woosley Ilego a la
casa entonces Henderson le dis-
paro dos veces en el torso, dos
veces en la cabeza y despues se
fue en la troca de lavictima. Llego
a Immokalee donde abandon la
troca y alli robo el Chevrolet Cav-
Vestido en un uniform de
carcel anaranjado y con sus
manos esposadas Henderson
volteo su cara hacia la familiar de
Woosley, su propia familiar y.
expreso su tristeza por el delito
cometido y espera que ellos
puedan rehacer sus vidas.
Ayuda para hermanas
Dos mrujeres jovenes pueden
vivir una vida normal y saludable
gracias a una vecina caritativa y
algunos profesionles medicos
Yoen y Janet Paniagua estan
recuperandose de las que-
maduras horribles que sufrieron
cuando una olla de presion les
explolo en su cara y cuerpo
porque no la abrieron en el
memento indicado Yoen estaba
visitando su lamiiia con sus dos
hilos. Las dos hermanas estaban
cocinando pozole en la olla de
presion y como no sabian como
usarla la abrieron sin quitar el
vapor lo que ocasiono que la olla
explotara. Las muchachas
suilieron quemaduras de segun-
do y tercer grado. El accident
paso el 4 de agosto como a las 5
de la larde \ fueron trasladads al
hospital Costa de Golfo despues
de recibir primeros auxilios del
personal de Emergencias, como
la familiar no tiene seguro el doctor
recomendo que se fueran a la
Al dia siguiente la menor de'las
muchachas le conto a su vecina
Julia Scott quien es enfermera reg-
istrada y Testigo de Jehova acerca
del accident. Julia dijo que se
impresiono cuando vio la condi-
cion de las muchachas y llamo a
la doctor Carmen Barris quien
trabaja en En el Centro Medico
Salud Floridiana, ella-las atendio,
les dio medicines extras y llamo al
centro de quemaduras en Tampa,
hasta una de las enfermeras ofre-
cio dinero para la gasoline.
En la unidad de quemaduras
del Hospital de Tampa el director
Doctor Donald Smith estuvo muy
procupado y generoso diciendo
que "el seguro no tenia nada que
ver alli." Yoen permancio hospital-
izada una semana mientras que
Janet fue tratada y dada de alia. A
Yoen le pusieron injertos de piel
de cerdo en el pecho para protejer
el area sensitiva permitiendo
qulae la piel nueva crezca sin
muchas cicatrices. Los injertos y la
atencion de los profesionales
hicieron un buen trabajo. Las
muchachas estan muy agradeci-
das con Julia y a la familiar de ella
que les brindo su casa en Tampa,
si no hubiera sido por su generosi-
dadyde los profesionales como la
doctor Barris, las enfermeras y
todos los otros que las atendieron
no se hubieran recuperdo de un
accident tan traumatico.
Despues de comenzar su tra-
Sbajo otravez una semana despues
Patt Dwayne renuncio como
Director de Bomberos. Don Pratt
mando su renuncia a traves de
Josh Rimes a los comisionados
cuando estos se encontraban tra-
bajando en una reunion el 24 de
agosto. Rimes quien tambien es
un inspector de incendios sera el
nuevo director interino adentro de
laciudad y Malcom Johnson servi-
ra en las afueras sin embargo,
todos los bombers seran
despachados afuera de la estacion
El Alcalde Randy Bengston dijo
que el problema de los bombers
sera resuelto hasta que se arreglen
las diferencias del presupuesto.
Una crisis precipitada ocurrio
cuando 8 bombers voluntaries
veterans renunciaron de sus car-
gos como protest por sus difer-
encias con el Directos Pratt. Hacia
como un mes que el habia renun-
ciado pero despues regreso, en
este punto fue que los otros
bombers se disgustaron y las
cosas se dificultaron.
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[Full Time 25
AUTO TECH. /MECHANIC
Experienced, Driveability &
NC TECH. $18-$24 Hr. DOE
Builders Choice Supply
Looking for a yard man
with forklift knowledge,
bilingual a plus.
CAR HAULING. Southeast Re-
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CONCRETE BOOM PUMP
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LaBelle, FL 33935
EOE, Drug Free Workplace.
None profit organization
in Immokalee is looking
for Teachers and Substitute
teachers for Early Child-
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of 40 hours training. CDA
preferred. Benefits Packet
included. Fax your resume
at 657 7712 or e-mail it to
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Immediate restaurant nimnagement
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Must possess a valid FL Medical Technologist License.
Phone: 863-902-3079 or Fax resume to: 863-983-0805
Drug Free Workplace EOE
ASSISTANT STORE MGR.
Big Cypress Reservation
Min. 1 yr supervisory experience.
Food sales experience a plus.
Excellent communication & computer
skills. Good leadership skills, positive
attitude. Flexible hours, FL Drivers Lic.
High School Diploma or GED. Exc.
Benefits incl. medical, dental & 401 K,
food & fuel allowance. Salary based
on exp. Fax resume to (954) 967-3477
Book Keeper/Marketing Director
Full Time M-F 8-5
Home & Ranch Real Estate
825 E. Cowboy Way, Suite 105
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The Seminole Casino in Immokalee is seeking fun,
energetic and enthusiastic individuals to join the area's
HOTTEST entertainment venue immediately
Quality individuals seeking CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
and ADVANCEMENT are encouraged to apply TODAY
Accounts Payable Clerk
Dining Room Server
Human Resource Clerk
Players Club Representative
Public Space Attendant
TAD Customer Service Rep.
TAD Machine Technician
$9.00 per hour
$9.00 plus tips
$9.50 per hour
$5.50 plus tips
$5.50 plus tips
$7.50 per hour
$10.00 per hour
S10.00 per hour
S10.00 per hour
S8.00 per hour
S9.00 per hour
S21.00 avg. w/tips
S12.50 per hour
S9.00 per hour
We are also seeking candidates for these management positions:
Director of Facilities Human Resource Recruiter
Public Space Supervisor Security Supervisor TAD Floor Supervisor
Benefits available for all employees
Apply in person TODAY!
506 S. 1st St. Immokalee, FL
Tne Seminrole Casino li a Drug-lree VWorPplace
We are looking for a minimum CDL
"B" with Hazmat who is looking for
a better opportunity. Our starting
pay is a minimum of $12+ hour
and we guarantee a minimum of 45
hours per week, plus quarterly cash
bonuses. In addition, we offer a
benefit package that includes Health
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disability, life insurance and a 401K
retirement program with matching
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The Seminole Tribe of Florida Recreation depart-
ment has an immediate opening for a Lifeguard at
our Big Cypress Reservation.
General Lifeguarding duties & teach swimming.
Assist/rescue swimmers in distress, administer,
first aid, enforce pool. rules, maintain pool &
grounds. HS dip/GED reqd. Lifeguard Cert. (Red
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Child Care Needed410
Child Care Offered415
Services Offered 425
Office or Home
Available for weekends
AFFORDABLE HOME Cleaning
available DeprndaDile nard
working. 863-51 7-0221
trouble shooting, se-up
up-grades, systems bull.
tutoring Win 95. 98.
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Call ,a iE,6-675-7925
Music lor all occasions:
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Sales & Service
Any Make or Brand
Also do handyman jobs
WE BUY ALUMINUM, ALL
KINDS Copper & Brass.
Closed Sunday. Call first
The most important
20 minutes of your day
is the time spent reading
with your child from
birth to age nine.
Higgin's Tree Service
25 years experience. Free
estimates. Lic.& insured.
Air Conditioners 505
Appliance Parts 520
Beauty Suppfes 525
Books & Magazines 535
Business Eqaipment 545,
Children'ii Iti s 555
China, Glassware, Etc. 560
Drapes Linens & Farics 595
Fireplace Fixture 600
Health & Reducing
Household iems 630
Medical Items 650
Musical Instruments 660
Plumbing Supplies 680
Pools & Supplies 685
Sewing Machines 700
Sporting Goods 705
Stereo Equipment 710
Toys & Games 730
Wanted to Buy 740
A/C 21/2 TON, Package unit
w/heat strip. Just serviced.
Exc. cond. $350.
CENTRAL A/C UNIT For M/H
or small house. 3 ton a/c &
heat. $200 or best offer.
GUMBALL MACHINE, 1 cent
machine, about 50-60 years
old. $40 (225)753-0205
FLAVOR WAVE OVEN: Very
good. As Seen On TV. $50
GRILL, New, GE, electric, used
2 times. $20 (863)763-0141
leave message or call in eve-
with top freezer, 16.5 cu ft,
REFRIGERATOR- Side by
side, White, 33", Excellent
SHOW TIME ROTISSERIE &
Bar-B-Que: As Seen On TV:
Very good. $50 863-675-3401
STOVE- GE glass top w/oven,
Beige, Works good. $100.
STOVE, Hotpoint, Electric,
good condition, $30.
SCHWINN 1955- Original con-
dition, $700. (863)467-5756.
DOUBLE SINK- with faucet, al-
mond, $10 (863)675-1098
ELITE COMPOSED ROOFING
PANELS- New, 4'W x38"L,
3" insulation, $2000 for all
will sell sep (863)763-5011
METAL ROOFING SAVE $$$
Buy Direct From Manufactur-
er. 20 colors in stock with all
Accessories. Quick turn
around! Delivery Available
Toll Free (888)393-0335.
Ful Tie I'l
SHOP LIGHTS |41. hOldS 141
fluore~(eni bulbs 150 for
al3. will separate
STAIRCASE, White, wood
grain/iDberglass with railing,
32 w r. 32"nh 441. $95
CARPET- 8.5 X 11 while.
never used, 15 00
PIER 1. Idaluril Gr3: woven
rug New 90 ;q II $100 or
besl oter l8631531-0093
HIGHCHAIRS, CHG. TABLE &
Garden Center for kids $75
or ai31 will sell sep FREE
Do. clothes 863-675-1847
TODDLER BED & DRESSER.
good condition $200 or best
WICKER BASSINET Natural.
color w,'manress. NICEI' Dk
Wood Cradle 1O00':,in
PLUS SIZE CLOTHES- size 20
wIln access pan sills. skirl
suits, snoes, na3s, 1450 ior
a ll wil ep L8631635-0522
SCRUBS- 15 tops Some
pariS Size small $501
CARVED WOOD BABY FOX
Lile Se;iO, paroled handmade
by arlisi 12 5 8.63,..33(02
ELVIS RECORD & SOUVENIR
COLLECTION: Appro. 44 yrs
old Rare ilTimS $,LIO0 all or
bDsl owner. 863-824--..358
(1000)- Racing & Comic, late
80s early 90s Exc. cond. $400
PRESARIO LAP TOP-
Almost new. $250.
PRINTERS, Epson Stylus C82
& Epson Stylus C84, need
ink, like new condition,
CHINA CABINET, Solid wood,
2 pc. w/5 shelves. Hand
Made. 6' tall, 4" wide. Must
see! $500 (863)763-8943
COACH & LOVESEAT, Leather,
blush color. $400
COFFEE TABLE, 2-End tables
& Sofa table, chrome &
brass w/glass tops. $250/all.
COFFEE TABLE, Cherry,
Queen Anne, excellent condi-
tion. $40 or best offer.
(863)763-0141 leave msg.
COUCH- like new, never.used,
$300 (863)675-5737 Labelle
DINETTE TABLE, metal & 4
chairs, glass top w/cloth
covered chairs, $75. Call
(863) 357-2412 after 5pm.
DINING TABLE, Glass top w/6
chairs. $375. (239)537-4253
Solid wood, coffee table &
end table. Fits 42" w/s tv.
KING SIZE FOAM MATTRESS-
6" thick, brand new never
used, $250 (863)675-5757
KING SIZE MATTRESS & BOX-
SPRING, clean, $80
ROCKER / RECLINER La-Z-
Boy. Brown, 5 mos old, Ex-
cellent condition. $300
SLEEPER SOFA & LOVE
SEAT, Drexel Heritage, off
white & jewel plaid, exc.
cond. $850 (863)763-4992
SOFA, Reclining, pastel colors,
$100 neg. (863)261-3568
SOFA, Sectional, 3 pc. Tan,
Sofa + Oversized swivel chair,
Round Coffee & 2 End Tables.
SOUTHERN GARDENS CITRUS
o' Psinon .ill be responsible for preparation of income and balance heel
.staementi consolidating rar emenri. and \ariouu other accounring
report s kill rcie and ierihf accuracy of journal nine- rr.lnnd
a" ccountng clahssiicantons. Rezponinble for coist ccc'unring a.t, iii'-
"y^ a."'-yWill inisruct or assign \ork to accounrlng clerk; along .* Irh
G ". --* :coordinating accounting marrer- \iih other deparcnieni;, locatiuns and
S"dii.ions A. ist n ,ear end closing, annual budget preparanon etL. rlu bh-
i'". ? proficient in the use of Microsol Ollfice product Thi, pouinioni : lai pjccd.
deadlLne oriented. and require- some o~errime
Prefer Bachelor'- degree and 3--4 ears ol experience in a rel3aed field
ABOUT SOUTHERN GARDENS CITRUS
Southern Gardens is the world's largest supplier of 100 percent pure Florida not-from-concentrate
(NFC) orange juice to the private label industry and major brands. The Company offers highly efficient,
fully integrated operation featuring home-grown oranges and state of the art processing and packaging.
We are a division of United States Sugar Corporation, one of America's largest diversified, privately
held agribusiness firms. We are employee owned and have world class. benefirj including outstanding
medical, 401K, retirement income ard employee stock ownership. The Corpany is headquartered on
the southern shore of Florida's Lake Okeechobee between Fort Myers and We-i Palm.
Email your resume to Jdooley@ussugar.com
Stop in at the Employment office on WC Owen Drive in Clewiston
US Sugar is an Equal Opportunity Employer commiiied to a diverse workforce \\nmer, and
Minorities are encouraged to apply.
DAILY WORK DAILY PAY
ALL TYPES OF WORK AVAILABLE
LABOR (< FINDERS
202 E Su lmd Hy r om Cl n Inni
SOFAS (2), Matching, gray
w/flowers, good condition.
$200 or will separate.
TWIN BEDROOM SET &
Dressers. 2-End lables.
WOOD BUNK BEDS
no manresses Good
conaiion. $75. 863-673-6295
S&W MODEL 686- SS. 357
comnbal mag. speed loader
Trigger loc 1.300
lln weights $75.
ANN. RING, Beautilul 1':ctw,
5 Emerald cut diamonds.
14k white gold, size 7
LG. CHARCOAL BBQ GRILL
Barrel shaped Good condition
$50 or best Ottffer
PATIO TABLES, 1 large sola
able & 2 large end tables
white metal w/clear glass
FREE DIABETIC SUPPLIES'
MEDICARE PATIENTS' Call
Us Toll Free (866)294-3476
and receive a FREE METER!
Am-Med Ouality Diabetic
cnair Complete 2 yrs. old,
used very line $1000.
VIC'S VAPORIZER New
cond in b,. Bonle ol solu-
lion incl $14 or oest ofler
AIRLINE MECHANIC Rapid
Training tor high paying Avia-
tlon Career FAA predicts se-
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tice. Job.placement assis-
tance. Computer provided.
Financial Aid if qualified. Call
children, etc. Only one sig-
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govt. fees! Call weekdays
8am-6pm) Alta Divorce,
LLC. Established 1977.
Dump Trailer, 5x8, hooks to
tractor w/remote control hy-
draulic, new fir. & front plate,
NEON SIGN- Budweiser with
jumping bass. $280.
QUILT TOPS- 4, Squares for
more. Needs to be finished.
All for $10. or best offer.
SIGN- Lighted Vintage bar
sign, Budweiser. Bass fish-
STEEL SHELVING Good for
shed or shop use. 4 shelves,
approx. 4' high, 20" deep, 42"
long. $12. 863-675-2596
WOLFF TANNING BEDS Buy
Direct and Save! Full Body
units from $22 a month!
FREE Color Catalog CALL
SNARE DRUM, with stand and
practice pad, paid $250,
asking $50. (863)675-4098
TENOR SAX, by Conn, with
case, asking $450.
CUSTOM BUILT FISH TANK
150 gallon. $500 or best offer.
Hermit Crabs, tiny to jumbo,
easy keepers & perfect pets,
PANELS: (9) 12 Ft. Galvanized
for corralling animals. $300.
TAMED COCKATIELS- handfed
babys, $30 with out cage,
$45 with cage
RIDING MOWER 2005 Husky
Supreme, 22 hp, 42" Cut w/39
hours on motor. $900. or best
TROY BUILT TILLER rear
twine, Bronco model. $500.
WEEDEATERS (2) used, gas
powered. $90 for both, will sell
Market Sales every
Mon.12pm & every
Tues. 11am. 763-3127
CITRUS TREES OF
L1,: # 17219283
Business Places 910
Farm Property -
House Rent 930
Land Rent 935
Resort Property -
Rooms to Rent 955
Storage Space -
DUPLEX. Full Kit WD 2t'r
Iba Rernovaled Desrable
nelnhit-rh, ,O : 8ilCi mi + isI
13lSi. Sci : req 29.290.l441
LaBelle,1BR on River Front.
Very Plush,furnished, ullie--
not included. No Pets, No
mTiling Io Children, $1000
mninly. 1 yr lease + Sec
BEAUTIFUL 3 BdrmE;2;Ba.
chair accessible, 2 cargarage, i
Near Glades West Elementary.
No pets. Non Smk. Env. Good
ref's & sec. dep. req'd.
Rent Unfurnished $1100 mo.
or Furnished $1200 mo.
Margaret Barber Real Estate.
DUPLEX IN CITY: 1/1
Ceramic tile & carpet $575/mo
Call Eric Pfluge Century 21
DUPLEX IN CITY: 2/1
Ceramic tile & carpet,
Call Eric Pfluge -Century 21
Lehigh Acres, Duplex, 3/2,
carport, apple's. incl., w/d
hookup, no pets, $800 mo.,
1st, last & sec. req'd to
move in. (239)369-9567 af-
PORT LABELLE- 3/2, 1 car
LaBelle- 5 Acres- corner lot,
Crescent Ave SW & Fay St.
Approx. 2100 sq. ft. of
storage and 300 sq. ft. of
office space each with
it's own bathroom. Lo-
cated near the airport
and just outside of town.
Building is approx. two
years old. The office has
very nice carpet and tile
work. There is a small re-
ception area separate
from the main office.
Building has a security
system and outdoor
lighting. Please call
(863)675-7045 for more
Rental Needed, Belle Glade,
Pahokee, South Bay, Canal
Point, Lake Harbour or Clewis-
ton. Home, townhome or con-
do for professional couple.
Great tenants with references
& good credit. (5161)-9747
YORKIE, ACA Male. 11
weeks ':11 Sh ls ~ heaml cer.
lir aie $65i). 18631 763-677
BEER COOLER- 5 Keg. wilr
ljps .tl irnii 1.1 00l i rni
BILLIARDS TABLE- Older
model. Fell needs io be rie
placed. $10 .1
HOBART TIGMATE WELDER.
*iSlitck & hg welding. iive
new, cost $1300, sell for
PORTABLE Air Compressor
2hp Speedaiir, iriduS.lrl rraild
el. works good. .145 Firm.
VACUUM CLEANERS. 12). Kir-
by, wiln 311 .illjihm enis
$300 will else parately.
NEW COIN COLLECTOR want-
ing to add to my collection.
Please call to sell coins &
paper money 239-693-4891
OLD FLORIDA ART- paintings,
pies, and drawings, & Older
Frearms- WiVnW.ys. plsisis
WANTED: FLORIDA ART
A.E Backus. J Hulcnrison
H Newton., Buckner E.
Buckner L Roberil A Hair,
R A McClendori. S. liewion,
I BIG $$ (772)562-5567
Wanted: Viking Lot, high &
dry w/road access. Rea-
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Christmas Trees 745
Farm Equipment 805
Farm Feed/Products 810
Farm Miscellaneous 815
Farm Produce 820
Services Wanted 830
Lawn & Garden 850
Hor 0 Tra4ce
On unor Service
Buy S Trade
Horses, lack. Etc.
Serving The Greater
Lake Okeechobee Area
PAINT MARE: 9 yrs. old. Rid-
ing by a 9 yr. old. Asking
PALOMINO- Mare, 2 yrs old,
Started under saddle. $1000.
PASTURE BOARD AVAILABLE
Full or partial board. Okee area.
Owner on premises.
REG. APPALOOSA'S- 1 Mare,
1 Gelding, good manners,
saddles incld, $3000 for
Thoroughbred Mare, in foal to
German warm blood stallion,
super sweet, $2500.
EDGER, MTD, 3.5hp Briggs,
great cond., $40 or best of-
fer. (239)634-4040 of visit
TJ in the Garden Ctr. at Ace
PUSH MOWER self propelled
Lawn Boy, 21", 4.5hp, sharp
blade, good cond. NEW $400,
RIDING LAWN MOWER, Pou-
lan, 15hp, 38" cut, good
condition, $300 or best offer.
(863)675-3412 after 4pm
WEED EATER, Wheeled, 18",
LABELLE RENT-A-SPACE --
Cowboy Way & Kennedy
Blvd. 5'x10' $42.80 mo. incl.
tax. 8'x10' $53.50 mo. incl.
tax. 10'x10' $58.85 mo. incl.
tax 8'x20'20" $85.60 mo.
incl. tax 24 hr access $25
returnable key deposit.
Late Summer Discounts and
Free Golf! Dale E Peterson
Vacations. Navarre, Okaloo-
sa Island, Destin, South Wal-
ton, Panama City.
Business Places -
Property Sale T010
Townhouses Sale 1015
Farms Sale 1020
Houses Sale 105
Hunting Property 1080
Property- Sale 1035
Land Sale 1040
Lots Sale 1045
Open House 1050
Out of State -
Property Sale 1055
Property Inspection 1060
Real Estate Wantedl105
Resort Property -
Warehouse Space 1075
Waterfront Property 1080
LaBelle 3,3 Down Town. Near
Cour mouse Lg rooms, Top
Area $209Ki or Annual Lease
$1 800 mi. 863-675-1107
LaBELLE- Single family home,
corner lot, Shawnee Ave. &
Noble Rd. $145.000 For Sale
By Owner (305)812-2008'
Nice 2.5 acre lot. in Pioneer on
Tampa Ave, 106,000.
PORT LaBelle: 4,2 Upgrades
galore' Lg. Rooms, Lg. Yard
Near Scnool Price o sell
$184K or Annual Lease
v1800 Owner 863-673-5071
NEW HOMES in OCALA. FL
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CLEWISTON: 1.93 Acres on
Midway Acre 250 Taft Blvd. w/
All improvements. 509' Front-
FELDA, 5 Acresw/2 BR,2
Ba. M/H, 2 Barns, Chicken
Coop, Greenhouse, etc.
LABELLE, Horseshoe Acres,
1/2 acre home site, $15,500
owner financing available.
MONTURA RANCH ESTATE
1.25 ac. on paved main road.
412 Bald Cypress Ave.
$49,900 neg. (561)993-5886
Lot with 2 Greenbelts, Port
LaBelle, Unit 9, asking
$55,000. By Owner.
ACREAGE 4.1 acres in Cum-
$37,500.Call Betty Davenport
ASHEVILLE, NC AREA Breath-
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Owner Financing available.
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deepwater, marsh, golf, na-
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SHARE HOME- Prof. Woman
will share home w/Prof. Non-
smoker. Full Hse privileg-
es/private room/bath. $500.
mo, 1st, last, security, share
utilities (863)763-5567 or
New Ig. units avail., air
conditioned & non-air,
each unit alarmed, area
fenced & well lighted,
space for boats, trailers,
RV & trucks. Manager on-
site, 1025 Commerce Dr.,
baloosa Belle, Thursday, September 7, 2006. .-
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LABELLE, DOUBLE WIDE 4
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Highlands Paik Estate (homesites)
Lake Blue Estates (home)
Sebring Manor Subdivision (homesile)
Sun N Lakes Estates (homesites)
Sun N Lakes Estates of Sebring
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Orange Blossom Estates
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weekly. Lazy T Ranchn Ilo
Jet Skils 3015
Ma~Ifie Accessories 3020
Marie Miscellaneous 3025
Sport Vehicles/ATVs 3035
BASS BOAT, MOTOR/TRLR.
1991, 17' Grumman. w,'70ri
EvinruOe Troll mir new Dan
$2500. 863-467-8292 Iv msg
BASS BOAT- Skeeler SlarFire
175. Johnson GT 150np &
Rolling motor. Skeeler Trir
$7500 05. 863-824-0441
FOUR WINDS, 99. 18 Ski
boa. 130rip Johnson, With ski
equip. Good cond Ready To
Gol $6000 (863)673-2024
JON BOAT, 12 Ft., Flat Bol1om
w/new trolling motor Good
boai. $450. for both. will
LOGAN BASS BOAT. '79- good
cond needs Iloor work, runc
greal, $1100 (8631517-1963
OUTBOARD MOTOR, 115nri
ruqs greai. $800 or besl 01-
SAIL BOAT- 2311. w,'railir,
$1200 or DesI oiler
SAILBOAT- Hobie, 14. good
condilon. older model, new
marine paint & new paris.
$450 neg 12391634-4040
SEA KAYAK- Fiberglass w/rud-
der 17'. Norlhwest Cadence.
SUNDANCE 1500- .95, Cenrer
console. S7hp Mariner, Very
good sriape 14200.
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ponoon, '99 75hp Suzuki
eng., good cond, new seals
& generator, no Irlr. $3500.
or besl oDer (863)467-8161
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FIFTH WHEEL HITCH- Reese,
15K Ibs. $175
SCOOTER- Electric, 500 wan,
New. 2 wheel, Adull. Good
tor RV or Park $225.
HARLEY DAVIDSON IRON
HEAD 74 $3500 Call for
HONDA CBR F3-500'98
Runs gool $2500
Cratsrran, aluminum 1500ib.
capacity. Brand Newl $149
SUZUKI INTRUDER LC
1500cc. loIs ol extras, strong
runner. E.c. cond. $5500
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extra bucks when you
sen your used Items In
ELECTRIC SCOOTERS. 121
good cond., barely used
$175 lor 0oln or will sell
HONDA 350X 1986- 3 wheel-
er, great cond, fast, hate to
let go bul need Io sell, 1500
POLARIS TRAIL BOSS 325,
1 i new cain & sprockes,
runs very. good, $1600.
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hb4..ZhSiat the Hendry County School Board's Finance Offlce, at which time they will be opened and tabulated.
iProleTitlet: Country Oaks Elementary School- Building 200 Roofing Replacement Project
Protlc cation:2052 NW Eucalyptus Boulevard
Naeai PfOwner Hendry County School Board
25 E. Hickpochee Ave.
LaBelle, FL 33935
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Foreign Cars 4030
Four Wheel Drive 4035
Heavy Duty Trucks 4040
Parts Repais 4045
Pickup Trucks 4050
Sport Utility 4055
Tractor Trailers 4060
Utility Trailers 4065
FORD ESCORT STATION
WAGON, 95. $900. Or best
FORD TAURUS 03, SES load-
ed, eyceplionally clean, 25k
original $9000 blue book,
asking 18500 18631673-0829
FORD TEMPO GL '92. 68k.
Clean. runs good, cold air.
HYUNDAI ACCENT- 96. 5
speed. Runs great. 74K.
Needs fuel pump. Great mile-
age $600 teg 863-612-5010
In great condition, auto A/C.
all pwr Musi see to appre-
TOYOTA CAMRY '97, 4 cyl.,
4 door, cold air, p!w. p,i.
good cond good on gas.
$2500 neg (8631634-4072
VOLVO 240, '93, $2000. Or
bes offer. (863)634-4518
ADR RIMS (41, With Kumno
lires 205-40-17 5300
CHEVY C30 77 Cab & chas-
sis, no motor or Irans '8;
front clip, dual headlignls
GM 8.35 POSI DIFF- 1150 or
, besl other (863)467-8856
HITCH, Reese type or'97-'02
Enpediliun ur '98- 02 Javiga-
tor, $65. (863)610-1000
HOOD FOR FORD VAN
rewn in bo? fits 1975 or new-
er. $i5 Firm 863-763-6629
JEEP CHEROKEE- '87. For
parts. Does not run Needs
fuel pump $800. Neg;
RIMS & TIRES (4) 17"
Speedy. black, cnrome lip, 4
bolt Honda's, all hardware
RIMS- All gold knock of wire
wheels, 100 spoke 15.7, No
:Hubs $195 or best offer.
TIRES & RIMS, i5 assorted
16" tires and 8 lug rims,
$150 for all. (863)467-7415
TRANSMISSION, 5 speed out
of 4cyl. Chevy 810. $100
TRANSMISSION- Rebuilt Tur-
bo 700 wirebuill converter,
$350 or best oiler
,Pckp rck o45I
CHEVY CREW CAB--'98, Fuel
tank, Pump & Tool Box.
$2500. or best offer.
DODGE DAKOTA 94. Needs
engine rebuilt, body good
condition w/loolbox $350.
FORD'77, many new parts in-
'cluding motor. $800
FORD F150'88 4x4:
auto, new tires, needs, some.
wor, bul runs. $950 or best
Suffer 863-673-0568 Iv msg
FORD RANGER 95- 5 pd. AC
4 cyl asking .2000,
GMC SHORT BED '74 Good
cond, Needs motor & Irans-
mission. Good Cab. bed. inl
$750 neg (7721519-3979
SISUZU PICKUP, '90, does not
run, have title, $3CO or besi
offer. (863)675-3412 alter
new 454 mtr., 33/1250 Super
Swamper tires. Runs great!
$2500 Neg. 863-342-2042
cold/dual a/c. 3rd row seat,
new tlres/lront Drakes, 96k
mis. $6300. 863-467-2423
PLYMOUTH SUV- '92, Mitsu-
bisni Motor Standard 5 spd,
new tires, 4 cyl.. cold a/c
DUMP TRAILER, $2500.
Hauler 2003. 6.12. liKe new,
STORAGE TRAILER, 8ft 18fi,
aluminum Kilron Reeler Bu..
no cooling unit, w/gooseneci
TRAILER, 5x8 w,21 sides.
Utility Trailer, 5'x8', ramp
gate, .'.new, $750.
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:Wanria be a star? The Fire-
house Cultural Center will hold
open auditions for the play Boing
Boing, this-Sunday, September
10, beginning at 5 p.m. at the cen-
ter, 241 N. Bridge Street. Four
female, two male roles need to
be filled. All are welcome to try
out. For more information, call
The Widows Support Group
will meet at Michelle's Restaurant
September 21, at 11:30 a.m. for
lunch. All widows are welcome.
Come to free play
A free four-act play called "A
Page in Time" by Joyce Gatch
and Henry Avery will be present-
ed Sunday, September 17, at 2
p.m. and 7 p.m. by the Firehouse
Cultural Center, 241 North Bridge
St., and the LaBelle Heritage
Museum, with funding by the
Florida Humanities Council and
Hendry County Tourist Develop-
ment Council. Suitable for all
ages, the play is set in the home
of Captain Francis A. Hendry in
the early 1900s.
SLimited seating. For reserva-
tions and free tickets, send a self-
addressed, stamped envelope
postmarked by September 7,
please include number of tickets
heeded, time of performance,
your name, mailing address,
phone number and e-mail
address to: The LaBelle Heritage
Museum, P. O. Box 2846, LaBelle
FL 33975-2846. Please call Terri
Lazar at 675-2392 with any ques-
Gun safety classes set
Sheriff Ronnie Lee announces
that gun safety classes for people
wishing to use the Hendry Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office Gun Range will
continue to be held each Satur-
day morning during the month ol
Tv, o classes \\ill be held each
Saturday at the Gun Range Office.
The first class of the da\ \\ill
begin at;8:30 a.m. %\ith a second
class to follow at 10 a.m. Fee for
the class is $5. All persons must
complete the class prior to using
Audubon members and
guests are invited to Hendry-
Glades Audubon's monthly pro-
gram to be held on Monda\, Sep-
tember 11, at 7 p.m. at the Dallas
Townsend Cooperative Exten-
sion Building located at' 1085
Pratt Blvd. in LaBelle. Featured
speaker, Carlos Bustos of the Divi-
sion of Forestry, will present a
program on the OK Slough Foi-
est, located in Hendry County.
leads free birding tours to STA5 in
the Everglades.-Agrictltural Area
'South of Clewiston. For informa-
tion about the ours or to register
for the September 23 STA5 tour,
visit the chapter website:
or call: Steve Buczynski at 863-
902-0856 or Margaret England
Come to Hand &
On September 14 at 6 p.m.
food and fellowship, at 7 p m.
gospel music and the word. The
word this month \\ill be brought
b\ Pastor Marsha 'oder of the Fel-
low\ship Ministries of LaBelle
Come to the corner of Fifth and
Main in Palmdale For informa-
migratory bird count
The first-ever North American
Migratory Bird Count for Glades
County centering around Fisheat-
ing Creek will be held on Satur-
day, September 16. Volunteers
are needed to count and identify
Staging area "at Hendry Camp-
ground at Palmdale. For informa-
tion about volunteering for this
event being organized by St.
Petersburg Audubon contact:
Don Margeson at donaidon-
lo'ioaol.com or Lorraine Marge-
son at email@example.com.
seeks new home
Barron Library is giving away
the Library Cottage, the small
green house just south of the
library on Main Street, because
the old frame building is uninsur-
able. It is being given to anyone
who can haul it off. The group
hopes to continue giving away
books for donations and passing
the money along to the library to
purchase new books.
They have furnishings, air con-
ditioners, a refrigerator and office
supplies as well as tons of books.
They will also need a restroorr
. and are hoping to have utilities
also donated. Time is ol the
essence, since: the group is to
vacate the cottage by mid-Sep-,
tember. If you can be of any help,
please call 675-8227:
LaBelle 'High School
grads/parents Class of 1982: The
planning stage is under way for a
reunion. Coordinators are look-
ing for current addresses for
members. Please email this infor-
mation to Kellie at
Loxadog@bellsouth.net or call
Misty at 239-368-3732.
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New GED day
Sign up for the LaBelle Adult
School. Classes are free, space
limited. There are morning and
afternoon sessions from 8-11
a.m. and 12-3 p.m. It is located
on 1100 Forestry Division Rd., by
the LaBelle Youth Development
Work at your own pace in the
new computer assisted learning
lab. Teacher support included.
Call 612-0706 or 674-4118 for
LMS Advisory council
The LaBelle Middle School
Advisory Council will hold its
meetings on the following dates:
Thursday, November 16, 2006,
January 11, 2007, and April 19,
2007. The meetings are in the
LMS Library and all interested
parents and community mem-
bers are welcome.
tary's Open House and All-You-
Can-Eat Spaghetti Dinner spon-
sored by LaBelle Rotary Club
Thursday, September 14. Open
house will be from 6-7 p.m. The
spaghetti dinner will be from 5-7
p.m. in the cafeteria. The cost is
$5 per adult and $3.50 for chil-
dren age 12 and under.
Dinner tickets may be pur-
chased at the school office.
Please send the money or check
made out to LaBelle Rotary
Club. Tickets will also be avail-
able at the door.
Barron Library has a frame
structure situated on its property
which is now excess to its needs.
The building is available without
charge to anyone \who has. a
need and is capable of removing
the entire structure from the site
Please call 675-0833.
Missions Conference History buffs to meet
at Grace Baptist
Experience the.sights, sounds
and (food) smells of other coun-
tries as Grace Baptist Church of
LaBelle holds a Missions Confer-
ence, Friday, Scturday andd Sun-
day, September 8 10 The church
is located at 4200 Eucalyptus
Blvd. in Port LaBelle. Friday and
Saturday services will begin at 7
p.m. Sunday services will be at
9:30 and 10:45 a.m. with a din-
ner after the services.
For more information contact
Dr. Jeff Zimmerman at 675-3349
VFW brunch and
VFW Post 10100 hosts a Sun-
day brunch from 9-30 a.m.-noon
and a turkey shoot at 1 p.m. the
second and fourth Sunday of
UES Open House and
Come to Upthegrove Elemen-
The LaBelle Heritage Muse-
um v.ill resume monthly rnmeet-
ings Thursday, Sept. 7, and each
first Thuisday of the month in
the city hall commissioners'
room at 7 p.m. Several members
"show and tell" about how their
summer was spent.
The program for October will
have John and Mary Lou lMissall
from North Fort MX ers, w\ho are
great hisioriacns i:,n the Seminonle
Indian Wars and also serve on
the Board of Directors of the
Wars' Historic Foundat:ion. The.
are also authors of several books
on the Seminole conflicts.
.- The first Heritage Museum
board meeting of the season will
be held at 5 p.m. at the new site
on North Lee St. on Thursday,
Aug 31. This \\ill be a walk
around of the site and proposed
locations, followed by a short
indoor meeting. A slide projector
\ ll be there, video projector II
you call 674-0647 to sa' \',ou
need it. The group will be mak-
ing plans for a group visit to
opening day of the new Cle\\ s-.
ton Museum on Sept. 21.
Come to free
LaBelle Assembly of God is
once again offering its free com-
puter class on Tuesday morning
starting in mid-September. The
classes are one hour each and
cover the area of the'students'
interest. Call (863) 675-0900,
(863) 517-0355 or email
labelleone@ hotmail.com. Fill-
out a application form at 123
Fraser Avenue on a clip board
outside Pastor Avery's office.
Space is limited.
; West Glade Elementary is
having its School Advisory Coun-
cil Meeting (SAC) on Tuesday,
September 12, at 4 p.m. The
meeting is open to the public
and is held every second Tues-
day of every month at 4 p.m For
more information contact Dori
Co.vin at 675-34:91.
SThe LaBelle Book Club will
meet on September 11 at 7 p.m.
in the meeting room at the Bar-
ron Library. Discussion will
reivohe around Crisis, by Robin
Cook. It's All Over but the
Shouting by Rick Bragg. will be
the subject of the discussion on
October 9. All readers are %%el-
The Alpha Course
The Church (oI the Good
Shepherd will begin the Alpha
Course on September 27. at the
Good Shepherd Church
This ten week practical intro-
duction to the Christian faith
oilers answers to some key
questions. Each weekly session
begins:with an informal dinner,
followed by a large group learn-
ing time, and ends with small
group discussion and interac-
Alpha began in London and is
now held in thousands of
churches around the world.
To learn more about the
course, call 675-0546 or come to
the introductory dinner on Sep-
tember 27 at the Church of the
Good Shepherd, located at
Collingswood Blvd. For reserva-
tions or an application call .675-
0546 between the hours of 9
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and/or money, supplies or
equipment to CREW (Commu-
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Workforce). You can also adopt
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CRE\\, :352: W. Arcade Ave.,
Clewviston. FL 33440.
RCMA Head Start
RCMA is looking for children
(05 years old for the 2006-07
Head Start Program. The child
must be .3 years old by Septem-
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child must be age 0-3. Families
must meet federal income
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birth certificate, proof ol income
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or pa, stubs for last 12 months i.
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