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At a Glance

Vets to break ground
on memorial; plan
Vet Day ceremony
American Legion Post 130
and VFW Post 10100 will hold
the first Veterans Day cer-
emony at the new Veterans
Memorial site, across from
the Courthouse, on Nov. 11.
Groundbreaking ceremonies
will be from 10:30-11 a.m., fol-
lowed by the annual Veterans
Day ceremony from 11 a.m. till
noon. A tent will be available to
ward off the sun.
Lunch will be served at
VFW Post 10100 after the cer-
emonies.
NOTE: There are no veter-
ans ceremonies at Barron Park
this year.


High School honors
our veterans
LaBelle High School will
host a Veteran's Breakfast and
Assembly on November 11,
at LaBelle High School at 8:00
a.m. There will be an opening
ceremony at the flagpole, fol
lowed by an assembly and a
pancake breakfast.
All local veterans are in
vited to attend. Please RSVP to
Mrs. Carmona at LaBelle High
School, (863) 674-4120, by Fri-
day, November 7.

Blood Drive Nov. 13
The Community Blood Drive
will be held Nov. 13 from noon
till 8 p.m. at American Legion
Post 130 on SR 80W.
Please remember to bring
a photo ID. Giving blood is
something most people can do
- and it's an irreplaceable gift
to those in need.


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Donations needed
for vet memorial
Honor a special veteran
with a personalized brick at
the new Veteran's Memorial.
Ground will be broken on Vet-
erans Day, Nov. 11, at the site,
across from the Courthouse on
SR 80 and Main Street.
Donations are gratefully ap-
preciated for this work-in-prog-
ress. For more information, call
American Legion Post 130 at
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Drama: Lessons for life


Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant
LHS drama students stretch themselve to focus on their creative natures.


Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant
Drama class helps bring out many hidden talents, especially the abilityto work with
others constructively.


Theater opens door to future


By Patty Brant
Caloosa Belle
Few of us will ever become
actors, but most of us start life
play acting learning about
other people and situations
by pretending. Students at La-
Belle High School are getting
a chance to broaden that early
experience through a drama
class.
Kristel Williamson, a 2003
graduate has returned to LHS
after graduating from SFU with
degrees in journalism, theater
arts and a minor in English.
Her goal is to provide students
with a multi-facted overview of
theater its history as well as its
creativity and color.
The class takes to the audi-
torium three times a week, fo-
cusing on the nuts and bolts of
acting and theater production.
In May they plan an audi-


ence participation production
for the public, based on the
board game Clue.
With 30-40 students per
semester, drama is a popular
class that includes the basics of
stage design, costuming, make
up, lights/sound, production
and directing as well as acting.
Not a center stage kind of
person herself, Kristel helps
the students learn to develop a
character on stage.
She uses exercises that help
the students stretch their wings.
They play games like Poison.
Each actor pretends to have a
contagious poison from their
wrist to their elbow and must
pass it on to each other before
dying. The object is to come up
with the most creative death, in
slow motion.
They also create something
called human sculpture each
person becoming a "part" to a


whole that will mimic a human
"machine." Each student be-
comes dedicated to the whole
to make it work.
The students are encour-
aged to be proactive and con-
tribute their ideas. These types
of exercises benefit the students
by building self confidence and
encouraging new friendships,
It gives them the opportunity
to work with different people
than they normally would and
teaches them how to build a
community. In the end, they
have the opportunity to know
"I created something."
The students are planning
several fundraisers to help put
on their May productin, includ-
ing car washes and securing a
license to show PG 13 movies at
the school.

See Drama Page 2


Chamber marks another year


The Greater LaBelle Cham-
ber of Commerce celebrated
another year of service to the
community at its banquet Oct.
20.
The current board of direc-
tors will remain in place for the
coming year, although two year
president Peggy Hampton must
step down from that office. She
was presented with a plaque
in recognition of her contribu-
tions at the banquet by board
member Lamar Youmans.
In addition to the Citizen of
the Year award, presented to
Steve Williams, and the Helpful
Heart Award, presented to Da-
vid Childs, it was noted that the
chamber also provides several


scholarships. This past year,
they went to: LHS co-valedic-
torians Freddie Martinez and
Britney Baker. Each received
a $1,000 scholarship. Some
$4,570 in vocational scholar-
ships to High Tech Central,
sponsored by Tully Dunlap and
the Oak Foundation, were also
provided in 2008.
Keynote speaker was La-
Belle Mayor Paul Puletti. His
address was short and to the
point.
He said when he was elect-
ed mayor he was looking for-
ward to three W's: Wal-mart,
Walgreens and the new water-
plant.
Citing the tough times that


have since come upon us, he
said none of these have come
to fruition yet.
Still, he pointed to the cycle
of life and urged everyone in at-
tendance to support the local
businesses. We can get through
these tough times with resolve
and by helping each other, he
assured everyone. "We just
need to work through these
times together."
The 2008-09 chamber board
includes: Peggy Hampton, Ran-
dy Daniels, Andy Higginboth-
am, Lisa Cox, Judy Reinbott,
Tuesday Tritt, Lamar Youmans,
Kevin Nelson, Patty Brant, Nan-
cy Hendrickson, Maureen Jor-
dan and Bobbie Spratt.


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new sheriff


Political newcomer
defeats Lee for
county's top cop
position

By Jose Jesus Zaragoza
Clewiston News
HENDRY COUNTY Steve
Whidden, who most recently
served as an officer with the
Clewiston Police Department,
defeated longtime Sheriff Ron-
nie Lee for the county's top law
enforcement position on Tues
day.
Mr. Whidden, who oppo-
nents argued lacked the experi-
ence for the job, captured the
majority of the votes of resi-
dents that night.
Mr. Whidden ran a success-
ful campaign that promised
citizens a fundamental change
within the operation of the
county department -a depart
ment that is challenged by a
shrinking budget and over-
crowded jail system.
Both Mr. Whidden and Mr.
Lee were unavailable for com-
ment.
Drawn to polling places to
cast their selection for United
States president, nearly 65
percent of all registered voters
in the county exercised their
right to vote in this election, an
increase of eight percent from


the previous presidential race
in 2004.
In a razor-thin race, Phillip
Pelletier defeated Kristina A.
Kulpa for property appraiser.
The .05 percentile difference --
a total of five votes -- was the
deciding factor in this race, but
election officials say that such a
negligible amount automatical-
ly qualifies for a recount. Offi-
cials have eight days to conduct
the recount.
Another closely watched
race was that of superintendent
of schools. Rick Murphy defeat-
ed Robert Egley by capturing 58
percent of the votes cast.
And a contentious Clewiston
referendum was narrowly ap-
proved by voters, 52.25 percent
voting yes, 47.75 percent voting
no to a change in the charter
that firmly establishes the city
manager/commission form of
government in Clewiston.

In other races:
Barbara Cox Butler de-
feated Jennifer Davis for clerk
of court, with 54 percent of the
vote
Janet Taylor retains her
seat as county commissioner
district one, garnering 73 per-
cent of the votes against chal-
lenger Phillip Roland.
Tris Chapman won his
See Election Page 2


By Patty Brant
Caloosa Belle
Community Development
Director Vince Cautero brought
a suggestion to consider includ-
ing a "handyman" category for
inclusion under the Construc-
tion Licensing Board (CLB).
At present, handymen are not
licensed by the county, there is
no oversight and no definition
of their scope of work. He said
the CLB is recommending that
the ordinance be amended to
include handymen with regard
to oversight, the scope of work
allowable; required experi-
ence and examination require-
ments; financial responsibility
and good character of the ap-
plicant; and liability and work-
ers' compensation insurance
coverage.


The board voted unani
mously to amend the current
construction board ordinance
to cover handymen. At present,
handymen are only required to
have an occupational license.

Pioneer Park a no go
Director of Grants and Spe-
cial Projects Ron Zimmerly re-
ported on the Oct. 24 meeting
in Pioneer Plantation to dis-
cuss a proposed Off Highway
Vehicle park. He reported that
the majority of the community
is opposed to the park, citing
issues like noise pollution, law
enforcement problems with
riders and inadequate access to
the site.
Although some Pioneer resi
See County Page 2


Caloosa Belle/Patty brant
Chamber director Lamar Youmans presented outgoing
Chamber President Peggy Hampton with a plaque.


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Drama
Continued From Page 1

Kristel wants the kids to come
together in a "large way." She
said there's nothing else like this
program at LHS and the students
are "hungry for it."
Olivia Luckey wants a career
in musical theater. The junior is
looking forward to attending the
University of Central Florida or
Florida State University.
She said she loves to do mu-
sicals and it would be a great
advantage careerwise later to
graduate from either school. She
said her voice and piano are her
strengths but she comes from a
musical, "artsy" family.
She is already a veteran of sev-
eral musicals including "Annie"
in which she had the lead role at
Country Oaks Elementary School
when she was 8.
Olivia said this class has been
a big help to her, learning all as-
pects of theater at the ground



County
Continued From Page 1

dents and other Hendry County
residents do want a place to ride,
they felt the Pioneer site was too
small to be appropriate.
Mr. Zimmerly raised the pros
pect of working with Lee County
on a joint site, but the commis-
sioners felt it would only benefit
Lee and Collier residents.
Commissioner Kevn McCarthy
preferred not to make a decision
immediately, but to look at other
sites and opportunities.

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level.
Rashanda Truttling is a senior
and this is her first time trying out
the theater. She feels it's been a
great energy release and a great
opportunity to have fun with her
peers, Rashanda is really con-
sidering becoming a peditrician
some day, but isn't ruling out
some involvement in theater lat-
er. She said she especially enjoys
doing make up.
Senior Timmy Fromm was in
a construction class previously
- with all guys. Drama class has
opened a whole new world to
him and that's probably one of
the best things high school can
do. He said the teacher is "cool"
and the class gives him the opor-
tunity to use people skills.
Kristel Williamson is thrilled
with the overwhelming response
from the students to drama. It is
unimportant whether her stu-
dents ever set foot on a stage or
backstage -again. The lessons
they are learning will serve them
well, however they decide to
spend their lives.


Commissioner Harris felt a
park should be self supporting.

Dance hall approved
Azteca Supercentro, SR 29S,
requested a special exception to
allow a dance hall on the premis-
es. It had been the site of a dance
hall previously. Hours of opera
tion are to be Monday-Thursday
4-10 p.m., Friday-Sunday 9 p.m.-2
a.m. After discussion, the request
was approved 3-1, with Commis-
sioner Darrell Harris voting nay.
Mr. Harris was concerned about
possible law enforcement patrol-
ling problems.


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Help available to fight breast cancer


By Patty Brant
Caloosa Belle
From A to Z about breast can-
cer in easily understandable
language that was the message
of a presentation by Dr. Darayes
Mobed.
A free luncheon open to the
public focused on basic, useful
information on the disease that
can be helpful to both men and
women.
Dr. Mobed is the new general
surgeon at the Community Care
Center, located at 450 S. Main
Street.
Since opening just about a
year ago, the center has served
over 6,000 patients
Dr. Mobed is at the Commu-
nity Care Center on Tuesdays and
Thursdays.
Otherwise, he is located at
Hendry Regional Medical Center
in Clewiston. He performs mi-
nor procedures and consultation


In other business:
The board approved a
Planned Unit Development zon-
ing ordinance to allow water
management, asphalt, concrete
and horticultural recycling opera-
tions on a 32-acre site on SR 82
in Felda, on the north side of the
Hendry-Lee line.
The board agreed to send a let-
ter to the Public Service Commis-
sion regarding a recent 12-hour
telephone outage in Clewiston,
which included cellular phones.
The board is working with Em-
barq to come up with a back-up
system
The board voted to demolish
the old Building, Licensing and
Code Enforcement building at
112 S. Lee Street to make room
for the jail expansion.
The board opted to buy out
Heliplane Aircraft Corp. Interna-
tional, located at LaBelle Airport.
Commissioners indicated they
were unhappy with the tenant's
"overall performance."
However, he put on an addi-
tion to the hangar in 2004 which
is an asset to the airport. So, the
board decided to buy out the ten-
ant's lease.
The next regular commission
meeting will be held Wednesday,
Nov. 12 due to Veterans Day ob-
servance.
It will be at the Clewiston City
Hall beginning at 5 p.m.


at the LaBelle site. More compli-
cated surgery is done at HRMC in
Clewiston.
His presentation Friday cov-
ered many aspects of breast can
cer which, he said, is the second
most common cancer in women
in the US -right after skin cancer.
Among types of cancer, only lung
cancer kills more women.
He explained that cancer sells
are actually rogue cells that do
not reproduce in the same way
normal cells do.
He told the group that statistics
show one in eight women in the
US will get breast cancer.
During his career, Dr. Mobed
said he has seen six men with
breast cancer. Although the dis-
ease is much less prevalent in
men, he said is extremely virulent
in men.


Genetics pay a large part in a
woman's predisposition to breast
cancer but is not the only indica-
tor. Most often is it diagnosed after
a lump has been discovered in the
breast. He said self examination
and mammograms are the two
most important diagnostic tools a
woman has to fight the disease.
He added that HRMC has state
of the art mammogram machine
and CAD scanning to help in early
diagnosis.
Dr. Mobed explained the differ-
ent types of scanning techniques
and various types of breast can-
cer.
Judy Litt, whose daughter,
Lucy Perez, lost her battle with
breast cancer in 2000 at the age
of 42, attended the luncheon.
Judy and a dedicated group of
Lucy's friends and family, known


as Lucy's Angels, have worked
since then to help local women
and men under 54 who are in
need to get a mammogram with
HRMC.


Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant
Dr. Mobed provides new in-
formation about breast can-
cer.


City Farm Tour: Get to know your county


The Hendry County Farm-City
Tour Council will hold its 27th
annual farm tour of the Hendry
County agricultural industry, Sat-
urday, Dec. 6. Tickets cost only
$60 per person and the partici-
pants will catch a modern air con
ditioned tour bus at the U-Save
Supermarket Center on Palm
Beach Blvd in Fort Myers or at the
Rodeo Grounds in LaBelle. You
will be transported with knowl-
edgeable tour guides to various
stops around the county to get a
close up look at some of the most
efficient farmers in the world.
Hendry County is one of the
largest agricultural counties in
the state and is largest producer
of round oranges in Florida with
over 75,000 acres of groves.
In addition, Hendry County is
the second largest producer of
sugarcane, third largest in veg
etable production and fifth largest
in beef cattle.
This year's tour will feature
a variety of interesting stops at
some of Florida's most sophisti-
cated agricultural operations in-
cluding vegetable transplant and
ornamental nurseries, citrus, sod,
sugarcane and vegetable produc-
tion as well as one of the largest
beef cattle ranches in the state
There will also be fresh Florida
orange juice breaks at strategic
stops along the way.
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mouth steak lunch with all the
trimmings served by the Hendry
County Cattlemen's Association
at Cannon Hammock Park a
peaceful tropical hardwood ham
mock on the edge of the Glades.
In addition to the opportunity
to see Florida agriculture up close
and personal you will tour some
of the most unspoiled wild lands
in all of southwest Florida.
All attendees will be given a
free bag of mixed vegetables and
citrus fruit from Hendry County
Deadline for ticket sales is De-


Election
Continued From Page 2

race for county commissioner
district three, beating out Ray-
mond Rodriguez and Don Davis
with 47 percent of the vote.
All Clewiston city commis-
sion incumbents won their re
election bids, with Mali Cham-
ness, Joey Miller Jr. and Julio
Rodriguez defeating challenger
Christopher Vary.
Statewide, Denise Grimsley


cember 1. For additional infor-
mation about the tour and how
to purchase tickets for the tour,
stop by Hendry County Extension
Service Office, which is located at
1085 Pratt Blvd, LaBelle, Florida.
You may also contact the of-
fice as follows: Phone: (863) 674-
4092; Fax: (863)
674-4637; Email: dcabrera@ufl.
edu; Letter: Hendry County Exten-
sion Service PO Box 68, LaBelle,
FL 33975-1085. Make checks pay-
able to: Hendry County City-Farm
Tour.

retained her seat as state repre-
sentative of district 77 and Tom
Rooney defeated Tim Mahoney,
who was rocked by a sex scandal
just days before the election.
The item that drew the larg-
est margin of separation was for
Amendment 2, with close to 80
percent of all county voters in
favor of "protecting marriage as
the legal union of only one man
and one woman as husband and
wife."
News Editor Jose Zaragoza can be
reached atjzaragoza@newszap.
com.


CHANGE BEGINS

AT THE TOP!
Dear Friends,


I would like to thank you for
your support and your
votes. I have been blessed
by all the new friends I've
made during my campaign for Property
Appraiser. Thank you again for all the sup-
port you have shown me.


God Bless You,
Your Frien4
Philip Pelletier
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Caloosa Belle, Thursday, November 6, 2008 3


Cancer Society plans honoree celebration


This year, the local Cancer So- and don't forget to bring other the past year. She will speak on
ty branch would like to start friends or family members who "Caregiving and Living"
noring our survivors and care might be interested to the Dallas Let's kick-off this Relay year
ers as soon as possible. Come B. Townsend Center on Sunday,
d help us kick-off this year's Nov. 16, from 12:30 until 3 p.m. to with a big bang!
ebration at our first relay lun- a Pot Luck Luncheon. Bring your Topic for discussion will be,
eon. favorite dish and dress comfort- "Does Labelle need a cancer sur-
We would love to get your ably. vivor support group?


opinions and suggestions for the
upcoming relay and will also be
getting your input on community
support issues.
Please join us for an after-
noon of food, fun and discussion


Our guest speaker will be
Monica Dunkley. She is a reg-
istered nurse working with the
CARE Program for our area and
has been involved with a Care-
giver support group in Labelle for


Please RSVP to Gisela Ells-
worth, Survivor/Caregiver Chair
at 863-674-0950 or by emial to:
lovingpaws@earthlink.net. If you
don't RSVP Come anyway!


Submitted photos Margaret England

Girl Scout nature appreciation
Cadet Girl Scout Troop #566 helped out with the clean up in LaBelle Nature Park the weekend
of Oct. 3-4. Included in the effort were: (from left to right are) Linda McVey (Leader), Caroline
Cottrell, Jessica Smith, Chandler Bridwell, Brennah McVey, Kristine Cottrrell (Leader).


Church Briefs

Support biker
ministry
Bikers of God Ministry will be
holding a chili night at Baron Park
in LaBelle on Saturday, November
8, from 5-9 p.m. They are asking
for $5 donations to go towards
B.O.G. Ministry. Please come out
and support us.

Come to Saturday
Night Sing
Saturday Night Sings are
presented the second Saturday
monthly at Barron Park begin-
ning at 7 p.m. Everyone is invited.
To share your talent sing, dance,
play and instrument, do a skit or
just share a testimony. For more
information call 612-9899.

Christ Central plans
Thanksgiving dinner
Christ Central of LaBelle is
holding its annual Thanksgiving
Dinner at the Dallas Townsend
building on November 22.
Blessing begins at 6 p.m. This
dinner will help feed the needy
during these rough economic
times. Christ Central of LaBelle


Arrest reports

LaBelle
Tedaryl Ardell McKinnon, 35,
was arrested Nov. 2 and charged
as a fugitive from justice on a Lee
County for FTA: domestic vio-
lence; and FTA: tampering with a
witness.
Fidel Diz, 24, was arrested
Nov. 2 and charged with trespass-
ing on property not a structure or
conveyance and possession of
cocaine. Deputy R Shepherd was
arresting officer.
Delroy Stewart Travis, 26, was
arrested Nov. 1 and charged with
possession of under 20 grams of
marijuana and smuggling contra-
band into a detention facility. Cpl.
Olvera was arresting officer.
Carol Jane Straight, 45, was
arrested Nov. 1 and charged with
possession of a new legend drug
without a prescription, posses-
sion of opium or derivative with
intent to sell, manufacture or
deliver and possession/use of
narcotic equipment. Deputy Bu-
chhofer was arresting officer. She
was also arrested on warrants
for FTA: cocaine case from Lee
County and VOP: possession of a
controlled substance. Deputy C.
Shepherd was arresting officer.
Virgilio Aquilar Diaz, 23, was
arrested Nov. 1 and charged with
possession of cocaine. Rick Pe-
rian was arresting officer.
Roman Hernandez, 20, was
arrested Nov. 1 and charged with
possession of cocaine. Rick Pe-
rian was arresting officer.
Mauricio Domingo Perez, 23,
was arrested Nov. 1 and charged
with possession of cocaine. Rick
Perian was arresting officer.
Charles Adam Barnes, 28, was
arrested Oct. 31 and charged with
aggravated battery knew or
should have know the victim was
pregnant and resisting an officer
without violence. Deputy Buch-
hofer was arresting officer.
Donald Ray Wagner, 46, was
arrested Oct. 30 and charged
with flee/eluding a police officer
- failed to stop/obey law enforce-
ment officer, nonmoving traffic vi-
olation driving with a suspended
license first offense and posses-
sion/use of narcotic equipment.
Cpl. Home was arresting officer.
Johnny Cisnero, 30, was ar-
rested Oct. 29 and charged on a
warrant with sale of cocaine with-
in 1,000 feet of a place of worship
or business. Inv. R. Archer was ar-
resting officer.
James Charles Strickland, 34,
was arrested Oct. 29 and charged
on a warrant for failing to register
or comply with registration re-
quirements for a sexual offender.
Deputy B. Weaver was arresting
officer.
Melinda Speicher, 27, was ar-
rested Oct. 28 on a warrant for
FTA: felony offense. Deputy Bu-


wants to take the opportunity
to show those in need that they
too are important and loved, and
hope that this dinner will brighten
up their day during this holiday
season.
The church plans pickup
points for those who need otrans-
portation to the dinner. Other spe
cial gifts will be available for fami-
lies in need after the dinner such
as toiletries and clothing.
If anyone would like more in-
formation or would like to help
with donations or volunteering
please contact us at Christ Central
at 863-675-2100.

Central Church of
Christ presents video
Central Church of Christ of
LaBelle, is showing a video series
entitled The Silencing of God, on
Sunday evenings through Nov. 2.
Learn what the Founding Fa
thers of our nation stood for and
the Christian principles they be-
lieved in.
The moral and spiritual under-
pinnings of American civilization
are collapsing. Did our Founding
Fathers...
*Advocate "separation of


chhofer was arresting officer.
Concepcion Briones, 17, was
arrested Oct. 27 and charged with
battery: touch or strike and resist-
ing arrest with violence. Deputy
Ty Marshall was arresting officer.
Mario Martinez Jr., 26, was ar-
rested on a warrant for FTA: felo-
ny offense. Deputy R. Perian was
arresting officer.

Clewiston
Alma Collette Chamblee, 45,
was arrested Nov. 2 and charged
with larceny grand theft be-
tween $10,000-$20,000. Deputy
Greg Henderson was arresting
officer.
Lisa Nicole Williams, 23, was
arrested Oct. 31 and charged on
a warrant for VOP: felony or com-
munity control. Aaron Angell was
arresting officer.
Douglas Stewart Perkins, 30,
was arrested Oct. 30 and charged


church and state"?
Reject expressions of Chris-
tianity in government and public
school?
Intend for federal institutions
to be religiously neutral?
Approve of same-sex mar-
riage?
These questions and more
will be answered. Original docu-
ments, speeches, books and their
wording will be examined to re-
veal our Founding Father's intent
in founding this nation.
Our history textbooks of the
last 50 years are not telling us the
truth. Come and hear it for your-
selves and then stay for the great
food and fellowship that follows.
Central Church of Christ is
located at 60 Hendry Street, in
LaBelle, and Sunday evening ser-
vices begin at 6 p.m.

Welcome to New
Beginning
New Beginning Full Gospel
Church, 4501 Birchwood Park-
way, Port LaBelle has Sunday
services at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.;
Wednesday at 7 p.m. They wel-
come anyone without a church
home.


with drugs: trafficking in a con
trolled substance and possession/
use of narcotic equipment. Depu-
ty S. Bell was arresting officer.
Broderick Deshawn McKen-
zie, 14, was arrested Oct. 31 and
charged with criminal mischief
under $200, burglary of a structure
or conveyance unarmed without
a person inside and resisting an
officer without arrest. Deputy N.
Kirk was arresting officer.
Felix Marceda, 30, was ar-
rested Nov. 2 and charged with
driving with a suspended license
habitual offender. FHP Trooper M.
Scott was arresting officer.
Obadiah Osceola, 24, was ar-
rested Nov. 2 and charged with
domestic violence battery, tam-
pering with physical evidence,
possession of cannibis under 20
grams and discharging a firearm
in public. Detective J. Ortiz, SPD,
Kathy Ann Welker, 50, was


Piano ministry at Grace Baptist Church


G. Richard Deal, concert pia-
nist and recording artist, will be
presenting a sacred piano concert
at Grace Baptist Church on Sun
day, Nov. 9, at 10 a.m.
Mr. Deal is from the Chicago,
Illinois area and has presented
over 2,500 sacred and classical
piano concerts in Europe, Asia,
North and South America. He
has presented numerous solo
concerts in the United States. Mr.
Deal has performed with sym
phony orchestras including an
appearance at Chicago's historic
Orchestra Hall.
Mr. Deal is a graduate of the


American Conservatory of Mu-
sic, the Moody Bible Institute,
and the Sherwood Conservatory
of Music, all of Chicago. He was
a faculty member of the Sacred
Music Dept. of the Moody Bible
Institute.
Mr. Deal has been a participant
in several international piano
competitions including the presti
gious Tchaikovsky Piano Compe-
tition in Moscow, Russia.


Mr. Deal arranges his own sa-
cred piano arrangements and has
released six professional record-
ings. The most recent is entitled
Majestic Piano Praise, a collection
of favorite hymns and praise mu-
sic.
You are cordially invited to
the concert on Sunday, Nov. 9, at
Grace Baptist Church, 4200 NR
Eucalyptus Blvd. in LaBelle, FL.
Admission is free.


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arrested Nov. 2 and charged
with DUI alcohol/drugs second
offense, possession of cocaine,
possession of marijuana under 20
grams and possession/use of nar-
cotic equipment. Sgt. J. Spence
CPD was arresting officer.
Armando Pompa, 23, was ar-
rested Oct. 27 and charged with
fraud: use/possession identifica-
tion of another without consent
and fraud: impersonation false ID
given to law enforcement officer.
CPD Sgt. J. Spence was arresting
officer.
Clifton Tony Nichols, 29, was
arrested Oct. 28 and charged with
possession of new legend drug
without a prescription, posses-
sion of marijuana over 20 grams
or controlled substance without a
prescription; possession of mari-
juana under 20 grams and pos-
sess/use narcotic equipment


IMPORTANT

COMMUNITY

EVENT


"Inside the Dark Side"
Dr. Victor DeNoble


Former Employee of tobacco giant Phillip Morris
speaks out about his experiences with the tobacco
industry and shares important information regarding youth being targeted as
"replacement smokers" to replace the 30,000 smokers who die daily from the
harmful effects of nicotine.


Don't miss this riveting presentation!

Monday, November 17th @ 6:00pm
Doyle Conner Building, Moore Haven
Tuesday, November 18th @ 7:00am
Flora & Ella's Restaurant, LaBelle

This presentation brought to you by Hendry/Glades County Health
Department and Drug Free Charlotte County

For More Information, please call:
In Hendry: Jeni Dyess or Valarie James at 863-674-4041
or Glades:Angelica Pena at 863-946-0707


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Hendry County Tax Collector on October 13,
2008 and will be open for collection of real
estate and personal property tax on
November 3, 2008. Please contact this office if
you do not receive a tax bill on property
owned in Hendry County. If you receive a tax
bill for property which has been sold, please
forward to new property owner, or return to
our office.


Payments may be mailed, paid
credit card, or paid in person
Clewiston.

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Tax Collector
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Speak Out
Have a comment, opinion or question about a public issue?
Post it anytime at the LaBelle public forum at newszap.com.
It is a hometown site, so visit the page as often as you would
like and share your comments (but no personal attacks or pro-
fanities, please). You can also make a comment by sending an
e-mail to cbnews@newszap.com. Comments will be published
in the newspaper as space permits.
How safe is your child at school?: I have a child in elementary
school and I do not feel that he is safe. My son is listed as a red flag
student. That's a child that has one or both parents who have no legal
rights or custody to the child. Or maybe a person that is not allowed
to have access to the child, posing threat of kidnapping or potentially
causing harm. These students are marked as red flag students and are
supposed to have a receptionist assigned to them to monitor who has
access to the them.
I have visited the school to eat lunch with my son on many different
accounts and not once have I been asked who I was. Even further-
more I've never been asked for an ID, which student I was there to
see, or to go to the cafeteria. All I did was go into the office and say I
wanted to eat lunch with my son and the receptionist just handed me
a sticker that says "Visitor."
During one of my visits I wandered the sidewalks for ten minutes
or more. While I was doing so I had at least seven teachers walk past
me. Not one ever asked what I was doing or what I was there for. A
number of these same teachers passed me more than once and in dif
ferent locations. Still never asking.
So what ever happened to checking in or checking IDs? What if I
was that other parent or that person that's not supposed to be there?
My son does have that other parent who has hurt him once before.
This school is giving that person the opening he may be looking for to
gain access to my son.

Easy way to get rid of old buildings: I guess it should be pretty
simple to tear down county buildings that are obsolete or can't be
used any more. So why does it take so long? Just hire some local folks
-lots of construction guys out of work now. Recycle the scrap metal
and it should put a little money back into the county, too.

Lower prices would mean higher sales: We'd like to keep our
business in town, but it's really tough when gas costs what it does.
We all know too well, how fast our local stations will increase
prices when their is a hype of an increase on the price of a barrel of
oil. Surprising though, the fuel in their tanks which was already paid
for didn't automatically cost them anything extra. They have no ob-
ligation to pay the supplier anything extra for whatever tickets were
closed out. But they sure like making those short term spurts of profit,
thinking that no one is even paying attention.
I'm sure it doesn't cost an extra $0.20 .30 .40 .50 .60/gallon etc. to
transport fuel to Labelle, as opposed to Riverdale which has some of
the cheapest prices around.


Witches Brew

By Pudge Lehman
I'm writing this on Halloween,
my 73rd birthday, and thinking of
the popular sayin' "If I had only
known I would live to be this age
I would have taken better care of
my body." You young whipper
snappers take note!
I've always used cardboard
or a throw rug, fluffy side down
to move furniture so as not to
scratch my floor but just read a
hint to use the bottom of a milk
or juice carton.
Cut off the top and wash well,
let dry and save for the next time
you want to shove that heavy
chair or couch around. I'm talk-
ing about the waxy cartons.
Measuring shortening can be
messy but a standard-size ice
cream scoop holds 1/4 of a cup. It
might be a good idea to measure
it first with water.
To keep Kosher salt from
clumping add a few dry beans


instead of rice
to the shaker.
A shaker for
Kosher salt
should have
larger holes
and rice would
come through
with the salt.
I don't have to tell anybody that
our local water is hard. The bot
tom of my dishwasher had a lot
of build-up so I got out my trusty
baking soda and a wet rag then
let it sit a few minutes and wiped
it away. Coffee doesn't stain your
cups as badly as tea. Baking soda
on a damp rag and wipe away
stains. Amazing....
Sayins'... Being young is beau
tiful, but being old is comfortable.
OR..
Some people try to turn back
their odometers. Not me, I want
people to know why I look this
way....
If you look like your passport
picture...You probably need the
trip.......


Weather Forecast


LaBelle and surrounding area
Thursday: Mostly sunny with a high near 83 and winds from the
northeast around 6 mph.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy with a low around 59 and winds
from the northeast between 3 and 5 mph.

Extended Forecast
Friday: Mostly sunny with a high near 81 and winds from the
northeast around 6 mph.
Friday night: Partly cloudy with a low around 60. Winds will be
from the east between 3 and 5 mph.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy with a high near 82. Winds will be from
the north between 3 and 6 mph.
Saturday night: Partly cloudy with a low around 58.
Sunday: Mostly sunny with a high near 79.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, with a low around 57.
Monday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 81





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Come to know God: A time for action


By Les Morgan, pastor
Caloosa Baptist Church
Have you ever met anyone
who was afraid to take any ac-
tion? If you are like most people
you know that
it is important
to gather ad-
equate data
and do your re
search. Then,
after a reason-

times, it is time
to move on
the best deci- Dr. Les
sion based on the Morgan
facts. However,
when someone is unable to make
a call because of fear of a wrong
choice, it can be exasperating.
Several years ago, I heard the
story of Larry Walters, a 33-year-
old man who decided he wanted
to see his neighborhood from a
new perspective. He went down
to the local army surplus store
one morning and bought forty


five used weather balloons. That
afternoon he strapped himself
into a lawn chair, to which sever-
al of his friends tied the now heli-
um-filled balloons. He took along
a six-pack of beer, a peanut-but-
ter-and-jelly sandwich, and a BB
gun, figuring he could shoot the
balloons one at a time when he
was ready to land.
Walters, who assumed the
balloons would lift him about
100 feet in the air, was caught
off guard when the chair soared
more than 11,000 feet into the sky
-- smack into the middle of the
air traffic pattern at Los Angeles
International Airport. Too fright
ened to shoot any of the balloons,
he stayed airborne for more than
two hours, forcing the airport to
shut down its runways for much
of the afternoon, causing long
delays in flights from across the
country.
Soon after he was safely
grounded and cited by the police,
reporters asked him three ques-


tions:
"Where you scared?" "Yes."
"Would you do it again?"
"No."
"Why did you do it?" "Be-
cause," he said, "you can't just sit
there."
I suppose that would be one
option. I am sure there would
be another that could be made,
however, at 11,000 feet over LAX
in a lounge chair!
Dr. J.B. Gambrel tells an amus-
ing story from General Stonewall
Jackson's famous valley cam-
paign. Jackson's army found it
self on one side of a river when
it needed to be on the other side.
After telling his engineers to plan
and build a bridge so the army
could cross, he called his wagon
master in to tell him that it was
urgent the wagon train cross the
river as soon as possible. The
wagon master started gathering
all the logs, rocks and fence rails
he could find and built a bridge.
Long before day light General


Jackson was told by his wagon
master all the wagons and artil
lery had crossed the river. General
Jackson asked where are the en
gineers and what are they doing?
The wagon master's only reply
was that they were in their tent
drawing up plans for a bridge.
There are times when a person
needs to think through all aspects
of a decision and then "pull the
trigger."
How about you? Have you
made a decision for Christ? If not,
may I suggest to you that you get
a Bible and begin to research it
for answers to life? I would en-
courage you to go to the church
of your choice this weekend and
ask direct questions about how a
person can know God in a very
personal way.
It's time to take action. After
all.., you can't just sit there!
*Dr. Les Morgan is pastor of Caloosa
Baptist Church in LaBelle, located
200 yards behind Flora & Ella's.


Don't get chickenpox, get a shot


By Brenda Barnes
A lot of people may remember
getting chicken
pox as a kid, but
did you know
that you can
now get a shot
to prevent chick-
enpox? Chick-
enpox is highly
infectious and
symptoms can Brenda
include a blister- Barnes
like rash, itch-
ing, tiredness, and fever. Usually,
you will start seeing the rash on
the face and upper body. Imagine
trying not to scratch 250 to 500
"itchy" blisters! Chickenpox can
spread from person to person by


direct contact or through the air
from an infected person's cough-
ing or sneezing. (Remember to
cover your face with a tissue!) A
person with chickenpox is con
tagious 1-2 days before the rash
actually appears and is still conta
gious until all blisters have formed
scabs. It takes about 10 to 21 days
after exposure for someone to
develop chickenpox. Chickenpox
will usually last anywhere from 5
to 10 days and children usually
miss from 5 to 10 days of school
or daycare due to their chicken-
pox.
According to the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention
about 1 out of 10 children can
have complications when they get


chickenpox. These complications
can include infection, dehydra-
tion from vomiting and diarrhea,
or more serious complications
such as pneumonia and encepha
litis. If a child gets the chickenpox
shot, there is a small chance that
they can still get chickenpox, but
their illness is usually mild, with
no symptoms at all other than a
few red bumps. It is recommend-
ed that children get two doses of
the varicella vaccine (chickenpox
vaccine). The first dose should be
given when the child is 12 to 15
months old. It is usually given at
the same time as their MMR vac-
cine (Measles, Mumps & Rubel-
la). The second dose should be
given when the child is between


4 and 6 years old, before they en
ter kindergarten or first grade. If
you've had the chickenpox, then
you don't need to get the shot.
Please remember that it is very
important that your kids get all
recommended shots. For a list of
shots that you or your child may
need, please contact the Hendry
County Health Department at 863-
674-4041 (LaBelle), 863-983-1408
(Clewiston) or the Glades County
Health Department at 863-946-
0707 (Moore Haven). Be Healthy
& Be Happy!
(Brenda Barnes is the Public
Information Officer & Planning
Consultant for the Hendry &
Glades County Health Depart-
ments)


The power of one person in this world


By Fr. Alan Kelmereit tion,, you can check on the web,
Church of the Good Shepherd or you can rent the DVD Amazing
You're one person. Have you Grace, starring loan Gruffud, a re
ever wondered how much you ally good actor. It is the story of
can accomplish in this world? William Wilberforce.
Have you ever Wilberforce was born into a
despaired that wealthy family, and when he was
you can accom 22 years old he was elected to the
plish anything British Parliament from his dis-
of significance trict. He was a young man who
in you lifetime? enjoyed what we would call the
I've been there, lifestyle of the rich and famous,
done that. but in 1785 he experienced a con
But, I've version, and became a commit-
found someone ted Christian. That changed his
who has be- Fr. Alan lifestyle, and, indeed, his entire
come one of my Kelmereit focus on life.
secular as well Wilberforce suffered from
as spiritual heroes. By the way, if weak health throughout his life,
you don't have any heroes, secu- but he never allowed that to dis
lar or spiritual, you need to find suade him from the causes which
some. They'll make a great differ he championed. British society
ence in your life. at the time was coarse, and he
Let me tell you about mine, began to work intentionally with
and I highly recommend him other believers to change the na-
to you as well. He was born in ture of that society, an ambitious
England in 1759. This is a simple project if there ever was one.
explanation of why he is one of By the end of his life, that soci-
my heroes ety had changed dramatically for
If you want more inorma-the good.
*' the good.


As a side note, if you're an ani-
mal lover, Wilberforce was one of
the founders of the Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals,
which survives to this day in the
US as well as England.
The principal cause which Wil-
berforce espoused, however, was
the abolition of the slave trade.
At the time it was a pillar of
the British economy, and he had
very few allies in Parliament, to
say nothing of the business com
munity.
Wilberforce, however, was
driven by his faith to oppose this
great inhumanity. In 1788 he intro-
duced a measure in Parliament to
eliminate the slave trade by Brit-
ish ships. It was defeated. Each
year he introduced a resolution in
Parliament to eliminate the slave
trade, from then until 1807, when
it was finally passed by a large
majority, and accompanied by a
moving tribute to Wilberforce.
In 1826, Wilberforce resigned
from Parliament because of ill
health, and while the slave trade
had been abolished,, slavery itself


in England and its colonies had
not.
He continued to work behind
the scenes, and in 1833, three
days before his death, slavery was
abolished throughout the British
Empire.
Wilberforce was one person.
Because he was committed to his
faith, and worked ceaselessly in
support of the causes to which his
faith led him he was successful.
By the day of his death he knew
that British society had been radi-
cally changed through his efforts,
and that slavery ad been finally
abolished. You are one person.
What can you accomplish, moved
by your faith and the aid of your
God, if you are willing to set your
mind to it. Perhaps not as much
as Wilberforce did, perhaps more
But you'll ever know unless you
try. Go for it!
The Rev Alan Kelmereit is pas-
tor of Church of the Good Shep-
herd, one block south of Rt 80
on Collingswood Blvd in Port La-
Belle. FaithMMarketpplacce@em-
barqmail.coom. 863 675-0385.


Community Briefs


Theater to hold semi
annual meeting
Semi-Annual Meeting for
the Firehouse Cultural Center is
scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 13,
at 5:30 p.m., 241 N. Bridge St.,
LaBelle. All members with paid
dues will be eligible to vote on
matters coming before the meet
ing. Questions re Theater call 863-
675-3066 and leave a message.

ABWA fun Saturday
ABWAs Fall Educational Fund
raiser is planned for Saturday,
Nov. 8, at the U-Save parking lot
from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Take a chance on the 50/50
drawing with a possible $1,000
(tickets $1 each). Enjoy gift bas-
ket raffles, bicycle drawing, bke
sale, hot dog wagon with drinks
and other games.
Tickets can be purchased at U
Save, Lyons Printing, First Bank of
Clewiston and Badcocks.

Capt. Hendry Dinner
Mark your calendar now for
the Dec. 4 Captain Hendry Dinner
to benefit the Education Center of
Southwest Florida, Inc. The even
begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Captain
Hendry House on Fraser Street.
Good company, Cracker cuisine,
dessert auction, music and more.
Tickets are $25 each. Call 675-
6800 for tickets or information.

Spaghetti in Ortona
The Ortona Community As-
sociation will hold a spaghetti
buffet dinner on Saturday, Nov,
15, from 5-7 p.m. at the Ortona
Community Center, Ortona Road
(Highway 78A). This popular all-


you-can-eat meal features pasta
and delicious meat sauce pre-
pared by Glades County Commis-
sioner Donna Storter-Long. Also
included are salad, garlic toast,
green beans, dessert, coffee and
iced tea, all for $7.
For tickets or information, con-
tact OCA board members.

BOAC to meet
LaBelle Area Bicycle Pedestri-
an Advisory Committee will meet
at 5 pm, Tuesday Nov. 4at Bridge
Street Coffee, Ft. Thompson Ave.
The BPAC is a citizens advoca-
cy group promoting cycling and
pedestrian safety.

PVD turkey shoot
Pioneer Volunteer Fire Depart
ment will have a turkey and ham
shoot Nov. 21 and 22 beginning
at 7 p.m. The station is located at
2499 Hendry Isles Blvd.

Angel Food orders due
Orders forthe November Angel
Food Ministries food box must be
in to Christ Central by Nov. 7. Pick
up boxes on Nov. 22. There is no
limit on the number of boxes you
can buy. Check out the web site at
www.anglefoodministries.com

West Glades barbecue
Come to the West Glades Ath
letics Barbecue Nov. 7, from 4-7
p.m. at Barron Park. Dinner will
include pork steak, green beans,
baked potato and tea. Call WGES
for tickets at 675-3875.

First Bank thank you
The folks at First Bank want to
show their customers, how much


they appreciate you, so they are
donning our aprons, firing up the
grill and cookin' up a good time.
Don't miss out on all of the fun
Friday, Nov. 14, from 11 a.m.-2
p.m. Stop in for lunch hamburg-
ers, hot dogs and more!
Not a customer yet? That's OK,
stop by for lunch anyway.

LHS band boosters to
serve spaghetti
The LaBelle High School Band
Boosters are sponsoring a spa-


ghetti dinner. The all you can eat
spaghetti dinner will be at the LHS
cafeteria Nov. 7 from 5-6:30 p.m.
Tickets are $5 each and are avail-
able from any band member or
contact John Baker at 674-4150.

Widows to meet
The Widows Support Group
will meet for lunch at Flora &
Ella's on Nov. 20, at 11:30 a.m. All
widows welcome.


Thank You


To The Board of County Com-
missioners:
The members of the Pioneer
Plantation Homeowners Associa-
tion wish to express our gratitude
to the members of the Board of
County Commissioners of Hen-
dry County for their cooperation
in providing a forum to express
our concerns over the OHV Park
planned for our community. We
would also like to thank Ron
Zimmerly, Director of Grants and
Special Projects and his assistant,
Janet Papinaw for organizing and
coordinating representatives from
various branches of our govern-
ment to address our concerns. It
was apparent a great deal of their
time and thought went into creat-
ing this public forum.
The effort, and regrettably the
expense, put into this forum, for
our benefit as the residents direct-
ly effected by the OHV Park and
for those in the county who ride
ATVs, was greatly appreciated by
all who attended. The wealth of
information provided was con
cise and the candor with which


our questions were answered
was refreshing. Viewpoints from
both sides were aired and dis-
cussed. The evening was, in ef-
fect, a town meeting with spirited
discussion, tempered with humor
and a true spirit of cooperation.
We appreciated the opportunity
to vent some of our long endured
angst as residents of Pioneer Plan-
tation and we hope it will lead to
a more cooperative future for all
concerned.
We also wish to commend
our new Commissioner Elect,
Karson Turner, for his concerted
efforts on our behalf. It has been
a unique experience for our com-
munity to have a voice in our lo-
cal government. It is our hope this
experience has been the first step
toward a new era for our county's
government, exhibiting a spirit of
openness and a true willingness
to work for and with all of the
people of Hendry County.
Thank You,
Deborah D. Misotti, Ph.D.
Spokesperson
Pioneer Plantation





Caloosa Belle, Thursday, November 6, 2008 5


New career: Making people happy Ask Suzanne


Kaylynn Doll, a 2007 graduate
of LaBelle High School, recently
graduated from Sunstate Acade-
my and is working as a hairdress-
er here in LaBelle.
Originally headed for Edison
College after high school, Kay-
lynn really had no idea what she
wanted to do with her life. She re-
alized that she wanted to get out
and work, and it seemed to her
that Sunstate would be a good
place to get started.
After all, she had an aunt with
a beauty shop and she always


enjoyed going there. She played
hairdresser when she was a kid
and played with makeup. She had
worked in Mary Kay for a while
and liked the way getting prettied
up made people feel why not
continue that?
Kaylynn said when she walked
in to Sunstate, she knew it was the
right place for her. Everything just
clicked and she could get started
on her career.
She started at Sissie's and is
happy as she can be. "I love it!"
she beams. "It's better than I


Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant
Kaylynn Doll enjoys her new career path as a hairdresser.


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274 N Bridge St LaBelle,FL 33935
863-612-0002
www.melking.com
Mel King Lic. RE Broker


LAND CO.
180 N Bridge St. LaBelle, FL
(863) 675-6788
Donna Kane, Broker, Associates: Trisha
Arnold, Denise Walker,
Beverly Curtis, Patty Walker, Wayne
Simmons, Charlene Bowen

HOMES
Nestled ion 13.76 ac this impressive 4BD/4 full and 2 hall
hath estate abounds wi / signature appoinrent, inc. 22'
ceilings home oifflce, library formal &inftnnal dining, wei
ball, den, game room & huge master suite. Also featuring
hack up generator & unattached 5 hay garage. Call for the
expansive details. $1,250,000
3/2 CBS home on 20 +/- ac. Features include cathedral
ceilings, built-in entertainment center hickory cahinets,
screen porch on firnt & back if niome Florida room over-
lkoks a stocked pond. Fenced & cro -fenlced, 4060) metal
workshop, 3ix3itorse barn w/tack room! $699,000
31]S/2BA home sitting amongst spectacular oaks on 7.57
aces. Home features spacious kitchen with island, break
fast area, separate dining, office/playvrm. Storage shed
and 45x45 pole barn, fenced and cross-fenced. $499,900
2 story, 3/2 home onover 3.5 ac. Endles possiilities exist
ew/ the open triom on the 2nd floor, dual A/C & newer
Kenmore kitchen appliances 20'x 62' pole barn w/ work-
shop Horses are elcomen' $439,000
Picture perfect 3 hr/25 Ia home on In acre in Old Fort
Denaud. Features split floor plan, formal dining room,
large open kitchen 10' ceilings, selfcleaning in-ground
pool on screened lanai. Attached and separate air condi-
tioned garages. $400,000
3B1l2IA home on 7.67 fenced acres. 24x1(t1 pole biarn
enclosed on 3 sides, 37x50 barn with stalls, fenced and
cross fenced, $399,900
3/2 CBS bome in small residential S/I) Oversized garage,
indoor utility, large spacious hdrenms, large master suite.
great room, breakfast oom. tile/wolod flooring, & lanai.
$399,900
Callosa Estates. Treat your family to thi heatiful 3371 sq ft.
CBS 310/21iA pil home nated on a cul de sac. Features
mae a giralnec roof den, tile floors, Silcstonc countctorps,
wood Iurning fireplace, seating ceilings &generous room
sizes. Designed with cncg' efficiency in mind this hmre is a
true gctin $318,000
n the city and dose to everything this spacious 3/2 rick
home with 411x20 caged pool on oak filled lot is designed
for comfort. Custom cabinets, solid surface countertops,
brick fireplace, two storage sheds and a fenced hack yard.
$299,900
IlBeaut, waarmth & value! You'll find all three in this 4/2.5
CI1S 3 sto'y home within city limits Frcattires include 2 fire-


places, offceienrw/i [bath, 3rd floor game room & man
more extras. $279,900
Spacious 3/25 two story home on 18 +/ fenced ac
Features spacious front porch, large deck & screen p[rch
on hack. lHurricane shutters, new roof separate
garageavorkshop, 2 storage sheds, $275,000
riergy-Conscious Design -iThis 3 bdi2.5 ba split foo>r plan
home built with new ICF construction features tray ceil-
ings, tile flitrs and granite countertops. Outer walls are
moad, mildew and termite poof offering superior insula-
tiln. Buy tsday and save on your electric hills foreve
$265,000
almndal 3 hr/2 ha remodeled Cracker house on 6 acres
with a small palm and oak tree nursery $230,000.
3/2 C13S home located in Bielmont offers a lot of livability
Features a frmal living room family orm, split bedroom
flpu r pslan new roof in 'O7 & freshly painted Enjoy a ph-
rate hack yard overlooking a canal. $219,000
4/2 within city limits. close o everything. Large oaks grace
Stea this split floor plan home. F colors in in hung,
dining, master bedmrom & kitchen. Ceramic tile in hath &
carpet in other bedrooms. Great home for a growing fam-
iAy $195,000
This 3/2 A/lden Iome is a chefs dream come true Granite
comutertps, island w/'lecaric, Kraftmaid cabinets, stain-
less steel appliances & sink. Wood laminate in kitchen din-
ing & den Backs up to Greenbelt. $189,900
Great location in town! This attractive 3 Id/21a CBS 2005
home offers an office, metal roof, hurricane shutters for all
doors and windows and plenty of storage. This home built
with energy efficienc, in mind is wailing for you. Call
today! $185,000.
Reduced Laurel Oaks Si/)- 6 new CBIS homes 3 and 4 bed-a
room models priced from $150,000 to $245,000.
Owners says sell bring offers.
Welcome mat out! This 2/1 features wod l laminate in liv-
ing & dining rooms, & carpet in bedrooms. New kitchen
cabinets, appliances, bucets, fatUlres and vinyl siding
Screened porch across the entire hack side of the house.
$115,900
Perfection! Is the Eost way to describe this wonderful
313t)/lliA CS home. OfIering a newer metal r aof tile andt
laminate flooring, updated ixtures and a fenced back
yard. This one is a "Must See" $109,000
Iis 3/2 w/many oaks on the greenelm has a rsuny flour
plan, spacious bedrooms, freshly painted, new appliances,
new roof, new A/C, new wood laminate flooring & tile.
$97,000
Huge oaks shade the hack yard of this affordable 3 hr/2ha
home. Features include spacious master bedroom, wouod
plank floorting, screened frnt entry, Fened back yard, and
concrete slab basketball court $95,000
3/2 wood frame home w/ SR 29 frontage. Includes mobile
home. Bioth sold "as is" $80,000
FOR RENT. 3 hr/2ha home on 10 oak filled acres only min-
utes from Latieile $750.00.


thought it would be," saying she
enjoys the creatiity of the job.
Kaylynn said her favorite part
of doing hair is highlighting be-
cause she can come up with so
many different patterns using the
same materials. She also enjoys
styling and cutting, up does, col-
or, perms, waxing and straight-
ening. She is very good a doing
kids' hair, too. She recently gave
a young girl her first real "grown
up" hair cut an enjoyable expe-
rience made better because she
was donating her hair to Locks of
Love for cancer patients.
Kaylynn even provides a little
added benefit for the customers,
playing her guitar and singing
for customers between appoint-
ments. Kaylynn is no stranger
to singing and has performed
the National Anthem at the New
Hendry County Motor Speedway,
LaBelle High School games and
even a few Miracle games.
Kaylynn also has a part time
job at Save A Lot. She has also
already found that hairdressing is
hard work. Many people don't re-
alize how tough it is, standing all
day cutting hair. Carpal tunnel is
a very real problem for long time
hairdressers.
Just beginning her career, Kay-
lynn said she is anxious to work
with others and is looking for-
ward to a career that promises
days filled with making people
happy.


Suzanne,
I just got a new puppy and was
wondering how she had to be to be
spayed? I would like to make an ap-
pointment as soon as I can. She is 8
weeks old and is a Lab mix.
M.B.

Dear M. B.
Thank you for asking about spay-
ing your new puppy! The first thing
you should do for your new puppy
is take her to a Veterinarian clinic
and begin her vaccinations and
worming and get a general check-
up to start off on the right foot.
Your Veterinarian should have a
relationship with your pup so if she
does get sick, he or she will know
your puppy and this would help
your Veterinarian in a quick and ef-
fective treatment.
After she has had 2 sets of vac
cines and 2 worming treatments
she can be scheduled for a spay.


Suzanne and friends


* THIS 1 BEDROOM 2 hATH HOME
NEEDS SOME TLC, but is workable
and has tons of storage space hbelow
This stilted home is ion a double lot
with about 95' worth of dock along the
Southern loarder, $285,900


* THIS STILTED 2/1 BATH NEW CON-
ST'RLC'TION home with all the ameni
ties has the perfect deck for afternoon
views. Built in 2007, 120MPH hurri
cane wind standards, a 4' x 30' dock, 2
dolphin pilings. 2 ollards on land I or
bow & stern lines, power & h20
$299,000


* THIS 3 BEDROOM, 2 BAtH, CBS
HOME, with multiple outbuildings is
located on the Intracoastal Waterway
providing access to nearby Lake
Okecchobcc. $299,900


* THIS STILTED 2 BEDROOM 1 BATH
MAINTENANCE FREE HOME has more
than you could imagine w/ guest bed
room downstairs, 8 person screened in
Jacutaci, 30' x 15'. 4' x 27' long dock w/
30 & 50 amp service with water.
$335,000
* THIS 4/3 INCLUDING M-N-LAW
CREEKFRONT HOME has a spectacu-
lar riverview without the taxes!. Direct
access to the intracoastal from
Pollywog Creek. $339,900
* TIIS 4/2 BRICK AND WELIABUILt
HOME has plenty of living space and
closets. Yes this home needs updat-
ing, but who cares when it is PRICED
TO SELL! And, has one of the most
spectacular views on the river
$350,000
* 3BIU2B HOME WITH CATHEDRAL
CEILINGS, great room design, and
front and back screened porches,
PLUS detached 1BR/1B guest house,
PLUS detached 780 sq. ft. garage/work-
shop with finished interior. In a tropi-
cal setting on 1,23 acres, $465,000
* ENJOY THE LUXUIY of six spacious
bedrooms, each with it's own full bath-
room, two kitchen areas, and plenty of
living space including formal living
room, formal dining room, huge fami
ly room, den, and game room all over
looking thine river, $500,000
* TWO-STORY, 3/2.5/3 with bonus room
designed for breathtaking river
frontage views. 160+/- feet of river
with covered dock & lift. SHORT SAhLE
$650,000


CRLL 863-675-4500

I W M Sherri Denning Licensed Real Estate Broker
da^ Associates: Emily Ankency, ony Barnes, (Gregory
Bone, Lisa Cleghorn, Bonnie Denning, Ward
outher ickinson, al Meador, Kati Solomon,
u Na Loan Smith, "Iracey Williams
I and Investments & Real Estate

700 S. Main Street LaBelle, FL 33935 990


H--


Horizons


Real Estate Corp.


********** HOMES **********
* Cozy 1/1 condo w/den in Gateway Fresh
paint, ceramic tile and upgrades thru out.
$165,000.

split tt Te ie B n much
more $111,900.
* Nice 3/1 CBS in Port LaBelle, Seller says
make offer! $105,000.
* Corporate owned!l This 2006 CBS home is a
steal. Granite counter tops, 2 car garage,
upgraded kitched cabinets. 104,500
* Fisherman's weekend retreat: 3/2 stilt
home, w/covered carport, fenced yard and in
move in condition. $94,655.
* Nice 3/2 in Port LaBelle. Ceramic tile,
upgraded kitchen cabinets & appliances.
$89,900.
* Priced to sell! 3/2 near schools and not to far
from town. $79,899.
* Corporated owned! 3/2 CBS located in
minutes form Ft Myer1 $78,000.

irnfu t omI oCT Inly
* 1,446 sq. ft. under air. New carpet, corner
lot. $68,900.
* I, a ea &renram-
ic til$60,000.f antrv,
etc. $60,000.


* L4 NDERfi CNTRAT over-
sized cornerot o58,40W
*Lehigh Corporate owned! 2006 CBS home
with over 1400 sq. ft. under air and in good
condition. $57,000
* BANK OWNED! 3BR/2B home located in
the prestigious river front subdivision of Quail
Run. Features include fenced back yard,
screened porch, ceramic tile and much more.
$54,900
. C "t i t ic tile,
a ai a a1rw t 0. 0.
* i wtwy Uw r cenf -
ter cauY W dl t lC) 'e TLC,
$25,000.
* Great investment potential! 1BR/1B home
on a corner lot. Homes needs some work...
but is priced to sell. $25,000
********** MOBILE HOMES **********
* Need more "living" room? 2,152 sq ft of lux-
urious living. This 4BR/2B home on 10+/-
acres has it all, from it spacious family room
w/stone fireplace, master suite w/ office, cov-
ered porch, and fencing for horses. This one is
a steal @i only $250,000
* Size will surprise you! 2BR/2B home on
10+/- acres is very well kept and former mod-
ule home. Features a warm comfortable living
room w/gas fireplace, spacious kitchen, front
& real covered porches. $250,000


* Minutes from tranquility! Nice 3/2 manufac-
tured home on 2.41+/- acres. Ample kitchen,
stone fireplace and plenty of yard. $155,000.
* Plenty of room for gardening on these
2.29+/- acres with a 3/2 manufactured home.
Motivated seller. $150,000.
* Relax the rural way! Situated on 1.25 acs in
growing Montura, beautiful new 2006 3/2 man-
ufactured home with over 1100 sq ft of living
area. SELLER FINANCING AVAILABLE!
$129,900
* Want country living without the long drive
to the city? Get the best of both worlds with
this 3BR/2BA home on 2.29+/- acres on Case
Road. Enjoy the quiet & privacy plus a wood
burning fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and Texas
sized rooms! $124,900.
* 'wo for the price of one! All on one acre. 3/2
well maintained manufactured home plus a
2/2 manufactured home. Plenty of fruit trees
and oak trees. All offers welcome! $114,900
* Let's make a deal! 3 bedroom 2 bath home
features built in cabinets, large master bath,
spacious kitchen, and plenty of elbow room
thru the rest of the house. Outside you will
find a fenced yard and storage shed. $110,000
* Needing Privacy? Beautiful 4.58 a/c +/- with
older mobile home. (potential rental income)
outside city limits Priced to sell! $93,000
* Great home, Great price, hard to beat!


Remodeled 3/2 on .50 acre in Horseshoe
Acres. A must see! $77,000.
* Immaculate 3/2 located in LaBelle city limits.
Fenced back yard, metal roof, paved circular
driveway, and much more. $75,000
* Affordable starter or rental home. 3/1.5 on corner
lot in Moore Haven. $50,000.
Call about our vacant land!
********** ITS *********
* .29 +/- acre in Belmont S/D. Priced to sell at
only $42,000. Possible seller financing.
* Call about our Port LaBelle lots!
********* COMMERCIAL **********
* REDUCED! Great investment property!
Located just feet from SR80 in LaBelle. The
building has over 1800 square feet of office
space and has plenty of room for parking. The
floorplan has the advantage of being able to be
split into 2 separate rental offices, while still
providing a common lobby area. $369,900
* Log Cabin BBQ Centrally located in LaBelle
with 167+/- feet of frontage on SR80.
$319,000!
* Prime 20+/- acre potential commercial par-
cel located near West Glads Elementary in
Muse and just minutes away from downtown
LaBelle, $3.50 per square foot.
* Invest now build later! Corner lot outside
city limits near town. $155,000.


Early spay/neuter has been go-
ing on for many, many years and
comes highly recommended, but
they need to have some protection
in the form of regular vaccinations
and worming schedule to help as-
sure their health.
Our Spay Neuter services are
available to anyone who cannot re-
ally afford the cost on their budget.
Our clinic offers financial aid for


Christ the King
Lutheran Church


"Where everybody is Somebody ---
and Jesus is Lord."

9 a.m Sunday Worship
Lord's Supper
1st, 3rd & 5th Sunday
10:15 am. Bible Study

863-675-2733
christthekingc@aol.com
www.christthekinglabelle.ws/

.4 miles west of Hwy 29
on CR78


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low-income families, but we offer
our services to anyone to help with
the pet over-population problem
which, in turn, helps lower euthana-
sia numbers in local animal shelters
like ours.
I hope this helps and thank you
for writing,
Suzanne Bonnell
(Do you have a question for Suzanne?
You can contact her at the Caloosa
Humane Society)

SPAGHETTI SUPPER
Friday, November 14, 2008
5:00 to 7:00 pm
Homemade sauce, salad,
vegetable, bread and dessert
BO7MISSIT!
Take outs may be ordered at
675-0385
Sponsored by ECW of
Church of the Good Shepherd,
Collingswood Parkway
Port LaBelle


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1/1 OXBOW DR. Condo $550/M
1/1/ICAR MARINER CT. (Avail.Sept. 1) $6(8)/M
3/2on 3rd Ave. Duplex (Avail. Sept. 1) $750/M
3/2 DERBY In Mobile $650/M
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3/2/1 4023 E Palomar $800.00/M
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6 Caloosa Belle, Thursday, November 6, 2008


Hope encompasses car

(Fort Myers, Fla.) -When cilities, nursing homes, hospitals
Hope was founded by volunteers and Hope Hospice Houses. Lee,
nearly 30 years ago, hospice was Glades, Hendry, Highland, Hard
our single program. Today, Hope ee and Polk counties
provides services to meet a vari Pathways of Hope -For those
ety of vital health care needs to who have experienced a per
the most frail and seriously ill in sonal loss, Hope's individual and
our community, group grief support services are
"Hope proides quality care and pathways to recovery. These pro-
is focused on living life as fully as grams are available to everyone
possible. Each of our programs in the community. Lee, Glades,
offers 'Hope' in its own special Hendry, Highlands, Hardee, Polk,


way," according to President and
CEO Samira K. Beckwith. These
programs and services are now
provided under the umbrella of
"Hope HealthCare Services."
"'Hope HealthCare Services'
encompasses all of our care pro-
grams and represents who we are
today, serving 2,000 people daily
in an eight county area," Beckwith
said. She added that each person
is still cared for as an individual,
with their own unique needs.
Hope Hospice End-of-life
care, comfort and support, pro-
vided by professionals and vol-
unteers working together to meet
the physical, social, emotional
and practical care needs of each
person and their families. Ser-
vices are available in the per-
son's home, assisted living fa-


Obituaries
Obituariesshouldbesubmitted
to the Caloosa Belle by e-mailing
obits@newszap. com. Customers
may also requestphotos and links
to online guest books. A link to the
obituaries is available at www.
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Jack Arnold Winters, 66
LABELLE Jack Arnold "Shaky"
Winters, 66, of LaBelle, passed away
Thursday, Oct. 30,
2008, in Fort
Myers.
He was born
Aug. 7, 1942, in
New Brighton,
Pa. Jack was a
resident of La-
Belle for the past
30 years
and was a member of the
Moose Lodge in LaBelle. He was a
loving husband and father.
Survivors include his wife, Pat
Winters; sons, Herb Unkefer, Jack
(Connie) Winters Jr., Tony Ray
(Robin) Winters, all of LaBelle;
daughters, Becky (Kenny) Warren of
Winter Haven, Laura (Roger) War-
ren of LaBelle, Lucretia Pruitt of
Winter Haven; 17 grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his
father and mother, Chester Ray Win-
ters Sr. and Mildred Miklos Winters;
and brothers, Chester Ray Winters
Jr. and James Winters.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008, at Akin-
Davis Funeral Home in LaBelle with
Pastor Jeff Zimmerman officiating.
Arrangements by Akin-Davis Fu-
neral Home LaBelle.
Louise Icilda Hogg, 89
SCARBOROUGH, CANADA -
Louise Icilda Hogg, affectionately
known to most as Sister Lou, passed
away Friday, Oct. a
24, 2008, in Fort
Myers, Fla. She
was 89.
She was born
April 30, 1919 in
Buff Bay, Jamai-
ca, to Charles Hill
and Rachael
(Brammer) Hill.
She worked for over
30 years at Norman Manley Intl. Air-
port, Kingston, Jamaica, and until
her retirement ten years ago, as a
RPN in Scarborough Nursing Home.
Louise has been a winter resident of
LaBelle since 1996.
Survivors include a son, Winston
R. Chambers Sr. of LaBelle; a broth-
er, Dudley Hill of England; a sister,
Ina Aldridge of England; grandsons,
Winston R. Chambers Jr., and Ste-
phen Chambers, both of Miami;
nephews, Desmond Hill of England,
Courtney Hill of Jamaica, Patrick Al-
dridge and Carl Aldridge, both of
England, and Bruce Jones of Toron-
to, Canada; a niece, Vivene Silk of
England; and great-granddaughters,
Lynove Chambers, and Nyah Cham-
bers.
Funeral services were held Thurs-
day, Oct. 30, 2008, 2 p.m. at Grace


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tor Jeff Zimmerman officiating.
Arrangements by Akin-Davis Fu-
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David Graham Sr., 76
SOCORRO, NM David Graham
Sr., gentle husband, loving father,
talented musician and respected
teacher, succumbed to a short but
hard-fought battle with cancer on
Thursday, Oct. 23, 2008. He was 76.
He will be remembered as a teach-
er, helping to show the youth of So-
corro to learn to love knowledge.
The Graham family moved to La-
Belle in 1945, and David grew up
and attended school in LaBelle,
where he was active in the LaBelle
High School Band during the late
1940s and early 1950s.
After serving
in the United States Army during the
Korean War, David attended Florida
Southern College majoring in music.
David and a group of fellow musi-
cians from Florida Southern were
mainstays at American Legion danc
es in LaBelle during the mid 1950s.
David taught school in LaBelle for a
number of years, as well as teaching
adult Spanish conversation classes.
David was preceded in death by
his daughter, Virginia; his parents,
B. Hudson and Winnibunn Watson
Graham; and his older brother, B.
Hudson "Bud" Graham Jr.
David is survived by his wife, Ari-
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two sisters, Susanna Butchvarov of
Ft. Lauderdale, and Elizabeth Rouse
of Raleigh, N.C.; and four grandchil-
dren, who did not have enough time
in his wonderful presence.
No services are scheduled at this
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Edith Mae Hall, 84
LABELLE Edith Mae Hall,
passed away Wednesday, Oct. 29,
2008, in LaBelle. She was 84.
She was born March 21, 1924 in
Sumica, Fla., to Edwin Darley
McKinney and Mahala Elizabeth
(Sauls) McKinney. She was a resi-
dent of LaBelle since 1960 and was a
former resident of Ocala and Clewis-
ton.
Survivors include sons, Harry Hall
and Edward Hall, both of LaBelle;
daughters, Elizabeth Yeatts of Ven-
ice, and Sarah Starr of Aberdeen,
N.C., brothers, Harold McKinney of
Eldora, and Donald McKinney of
Ocala; sisters, Helen McNeal of Oca-
la, Wilma Souder of Texas, Dorothy
Mikell of Morriston, and Evelyn Hall
of Pinellas Park; six grandchildren;
and four great-grandchildren.
Services were 11 a.m. Saturday,
Nov. 1, 2008 graveside at Fort De-
naud Cemetery, with Pastor Benton
Mangueira officiating.
Arrangements by Akin-Davis Fu-
neral Home, LaBelle.


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Cowboys face S. Fort Myers; Homecoming this Friday


By Patty Brant
Caloosa Belle
Coach Hal Bennett isn't giv-
ing up on his Cowboys. Through
a disappointing initial season as
head coach, he continues to fo-
cus on correcting mistakes and
mental attitude.
Last Friday's 41-14 loss to Riv-
erdale is no exception.
"Once they realized the guys
across from them weren't super-
men, the settled down and started
to play football," he said.
Moving sophomore Tyler Jor-
dan to quarterback several weeks


ago was a good move, he contin-
ued. But Tyler took a helmet-to-
helmet hit in the third quarter that
left him dazed for a while.
In the second half he threw
one interception, but it didn't
faze him. He rallied after that and
played well, coach commented.
Coach Bennett had praise for
sophomore Marcus Simmons,
saying he did a good job running
the ball.
Offensive Player of the Week
senior Colton Summerlin did a
good job blocking down field.
He was heads up for a long pass


caught by sophomore David Mill-
er, but David had the ball stripped
in Riverdale's end zone. Carlton
dove on the ball for a touchdown.
"That was a great play," Coach
Bennett said.
Offensive lineman junior An-
dres Esquivel -at just 180 pounds
- had the job of facing off with
Riverdale's 300-pounder. During
the second quarter, Coach Ben-
nett said Andres just "outworked"
his opponent.
Sophomore Tito Ortez was
Defensive Player of the Week. He
started the year in junior varsity


Submitted photo

Graduation Day
Integrity Martial Arts had their second graduation, and as you can see they have grown. Do
you know anyone in this picture? You too could be part of this growing family. They special-
ize in Tae Kwon Do, Mixed Martial Arts, Fitness Kickboxing and Little Dragons for ages 4-6.
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are doing a board break-a-thon to raise money. The students will break as many boards as
you pay for. Mr Rutter, Mr Ruble and the Integrity family would like to thank you in advance
for your donations.


but was brought up to varsity to
cover for injuries. Coach said Tito
had a very good game with six
tackles and two fumble recover-
ies.
Again special team's punter
Chris Garcia got the ball up quick-
ly. The sophomore kicks it high,
Coach Bennett said, giving his
teammates time to get to the ball.
"He's coming along as a good
punter with flawless execution,"
Coach said.
With their season over, ten
junior varsity players have been
brought up to get some experi


Sports Shorts

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Coaches, assistants, referees
and other volunteers are needed.
Junior Pro boys divisions are K-2,
3-5 and 5-8 grades; girls divisions
are K-2 and 3-8th grade.
For more information call
Darrell Harris at 675-2565 or Pat
Langford at 675-1686.
Pick up registration slips at
Langford Ford or they will be
handed out at schools.

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soccer program
Buy a $5 raffle ticket for a
chance to win a Coach purse and
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The drawing will be Nov. 22.
For information call 675-2096.


Nosbisch wins at Kim Allen Memorial Race


By Rick Anges
Clewiston, Fl With the points
season down to two races the
top teams of the United Dirt Late
Model Challenge Series returned
to the Southern Most Dirt Track in
the U.S.A., New Hendry County
Speedway. With a 130-point lead
over "the Magic Man" Mark Whit-
ener "the Locomotive" Johnny
Collins looked to widen his
point's lead. Collins was coming
off a big win with a Friday night
win at Ocala Speedway who ran
a "Topless" race. And in a coop-
erative move series director Ken
Kinney made the nights racing
"topless" optional.
"The Professor" Ivedent Lloyd
won the first race for the UDLMCS
at Hendry in March. But his night
ended before qualifying as he
broke a motor during hot laps.
Just on the outside looking
in was "Showtime" Shan Smith
just 100 points behind Whitener.
Smith was coming off a hot Oc-
tober run. Showtime. Took three
wins at three different tracks,
Ocala, Volusia and Eastbay. Shan
is no stranger to the New Hendry
County Speedway and was one of
the cars to keep an eye on.
Pace American Rookie of the
year contender Justin Choquette
wowed everyone during qualify-
ing running a 15.718 second lap
which ended up being third fast
time for the evening's event. But it
was Keith Nosbisch who took the
Ziegler Racing Engines fast time
award with a Ziegler power plant
at a 15.623.
With the top ten in qualifying
locked in the "Dough Boy" signs
B-Mains would decide the final
starting order for the fifty-one-lap
feature event.
Johnny Collins would take the
win the first B-main followed by
Roger Crouse and Dennis Wil-
liams. Adam Bedenbaugh took
the Second B-main, second across
Kent Corbin and Ryan Bernhardt
third.


First B-Main
1-Johnny Collins, Roger
Crouse. 3 Dennis Williams, 4
Jordy Nipper, 5 Dhane Williams,
6 Ryan Mitchell, 7 Christian Aug-
spuirger.
Second B-Main
1-Adam Bedenbaugh, 2-Kent
Corbin, 3 Ryan Bernhardt, 4 Tra-
vis Rhoden, 5 Tim Powers, 6 Billy
Costello, 7 Ivedent Lloyd-DNS.
The packed grandstands
roared to life as Ken Kinney's
daughter Brittany gave the com-
mand "Gentlemen Start Your
Engines." The engines fired. The
pre-race pill draw sent Justin Cho-
quette to the pole and Keith Nos-
bisch back to the third spot for the
start of the race.
Several cautions marred the
start of the race one of those be-
ing for Choquette who slowed
on the front stretch with terminal
problems as he was pushed into
the pits and did not return.
When the green finally flew
it was outside pole sitter Jackie
Nosbisch taking the lead with
Keith hot on his tail. Keith and
Jackie swapped the lead but it
was the 101 pilot who finally
settled in. Jackie Nosbisch would
have his problems after spinning
just passed the halfway mark and
would drop to a sixteenth finish-
ing position.
Cautions bunched the field for
restarts and several drivers made
a stab at the top spot includ-
ing both cars from the fifth row.
Point's leader Collins went after


Nosbisch after a restart but slid
high losing several spots. After
running in the top five all most of
the race Collins settle for a sixth
place run.
"We came back to get our as-
phalt car ready for New Smyrna
and decided to run here" said
Jeff Choquette, "It's been awhile
since I have ran dirt and was over
driving the car in hot laps". The
Loxahatchee pilot didn't take
long to show where his roots in
racing were as he moved from his
eleventh starting spot to as far up
as second. He would end up tak-
ing the checkered flag in a solid
fifth place.
Once again lapped traffic
would come into play as it did
for the previous race at East Bay.
With Nosbisch closing in to lap
him Kent Corbin slowed coming
out of turn two causing Nosbisch
to take evasive action, going over
the berm into the infield. The
leader would make contact with
a tractor tire in the infield and al-
most stall the engine. The veteran
would keep the car running and
pull back out onto the track in the
third spot.
Shan Smith would take over
the lead but Nosbisch would
close back into second and after
a restart for a yellow would use a
sling shot move out of turn two
and would lead until the check-
ered flag taking the $7,000 win-
ners share and become the eighth
different winner for the UDLMCS
for 2008.


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Smith would take a well-de-
served second place. Whitener
would make a small gain on Col-
lins in the points with a third
place finish. Dillon Wood of New
Smyrna finished fourth with Jeff
Choquette in fifth.
The United Dirt Late Model
Challenge Series will wind up the
2008 season at Eastbay Raceway
Park November 8th and crown
the points champion.
Fin Start Car# Driver
1. 3 101 Keith Nosbisch (Zei-
gler Racing Engines Fast Quali-
fier), 2. 4 17ss Shan Smith, 3. 5
5W Mark Whitener, 4. 6 26 Dillon
Wood, 5. 10 70 Jeff Choquette, 6.
11 5C Johnny Collins, 7. 7 21 Josh
Peacock, 8. 14 7 Kent Corbin, 9.
17 IN Jordy Nipper (Hard Char-
ger), 10. 13 10 Roger Crouse, 11.
15 24 Dennis Williams, 12. 12
26B Adam Bedenbaugh, 13. 20
44 Tim Powers, 14. 8 95 Phillip
Cobb, 15. 22 00 Billy Costello, 16.
2 12 Jack Nosbisch, 17. 16 B69
Ryan Bernhardt, 18. 19 1W Shane
Williams, 9. 18 02 Travis Rhoden,
20. 21 5K Ryan Mitchell, 21. 9
33 Jeff Mathews, 22. 1 97 Justin
Choquette, 23. DNS 35 Christian
Augspurger, 24. DNS 21L Ivedent
Lloyd.
For more info on UDLMCS go
to: www.uniteddirtlatemodels.
corn. Every race can be heard
LIVE on:www.realracinusa.com


ence. This week the Cowboys
are working on building consis-
tency both on the offense and as
a team. Consistency, Coach Ben-
nett feels, has been the Cowboys'
biggest problem this year.
Friday night is Homecom-
ing here in LaBelle against a 6-2


South Fort Myers team. It will be
a district game. South Fort Myers
has a lot of athletes and a lot of
speed on the field, Coach Bennett
said. They beat LaBelle last year in
a tie-breaker for the district cham-
pionship. This will be LaBelle's
last home game of the season.


Submitted photo
Colton Summerlin Taylor Jordan


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PLEASE BE ADVISED that pursuant to Chapter 194,
Florida Statutes, the HENDRY COUNTY VALUE ADJUSTMENT
BOARD, will convene a public meeting WEDNESDAY,
NOVEMBER 12, 2008, AT 9:00 A.M. in the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's Conference Room, Second Floor, 25 East
Hickpochee, LaBelle, Florida, for the purpose of approving
contracts for Special Magistrates for the 2008 Value
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*HOME AUCTION* Orlando,
FL. 140+ Condos Must Be
Sold! Up to 3BD/2BTH.
Starting Bids to $49K. Prev
Valued to $250K. Low
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CAT Male, Grey & White. In-
door pet. Litter trained. Free
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call. (863)763-3836
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CEIVE $1000 GROCERY
COUPON UNITED BREAST
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Non-Runners Accepted,
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FREE KITTEN 6 month old
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(863)697-6811
KITTENS 6 mo. old kitties
looking for GREAT homes!
Serious inquires only
(863)801-3561
PITBULL/KUR & CHIHUAHUA
MIX PUPPIES Free to Good,
loving homes ONLY
(863)634-0566



FORMERLY YOURS
CONSIGNMENT STORE
50% OFF SALE
EVERYTHING MUST GO!!
LABELLE- Thur, Fri, Sat Nov
6th -8th, 8am-?, 42 Howe
Ave. Furniture, Knick Knacks,
Toys, Clothes, New arrval of
nice X-Lg womens clothes.
When doing those chores is
doing you in, its time to
look for a helper in the
classifieds.
One man's trash is
another man's treas-
ure. Turn your trash
to treasure with an ad
in the classifieds.


LABELLE 11/08/2008, 8:00
AM, 4003 E. Palomar Cir-
cle, Huge Sale! Clothes,
tools, furniture, dvd's, cd's,
electronics, home de-
corbooks, antique fix-
tures,records, too much to
list, Located in Port LaBelle
(off Edgewater). No sales
before 8:00AM.




LABELLE November 8,
2008, 8am-noon, Corner of
Hwy80 & Bridge Street,
Don't Miss this yard sale! In
town near Chamber of Com-
merce. Multi-Family Sale.
Furniture, tools, dishes, a
little bit of everything! Nice
Stuff!

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MULTI FAMILY
SALE
LABELLE- Fri & Sat
11/07
& 11/08, 8am -2pm,
672 Live Oak Ln.
Furniture, Dishes, deco-
rating
Grab a bargain from your
neighbor's garage, attc,
basement or closet in
today's classifieds.


Em ployment -
Full-Time 205
Employment -
Medical 210
Employment -
Part-Time 215
Employment
Wanted 220
Job Information 225
Job Training 227
Sales 230




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CITRUS GROVE
MECHANIC HELPER
FULL TIME- Repair and
maintain agricultural equip-
ment. Inspect, diagnose
and repair equipment such
as pumps, and other equip-
ment used in the groves.
Must have own tools. Salary
dependent upon experience.
Resumes will be received
via fax # 239-369-2267
or mailed to PO BOX 3175,
Immokalee, Florida 34143
or you may inquire via
phone #239-340-4737.

MAINTENANCE DIRECTOR
Experience preferred
Great Benefits
Apply at
Oakbrook of LaBelle
250 Broward Ave
LaBelle, FL 33935


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Position Openings Status


Bartender


3 Full-Time


Cocktail Server 3
Dining Room Server 2


Part-Time
Part-Time


F&B Supervisor 1 Salary
Sous Chef 1 Salary
EDR Manager 1 Salary
EDR Supervisor 1 Salary
EDR Sous Chef 1 Salary


EDR Production Cook 7


Full-Time


EDR Prep Cook 3 Full-Time
Pit Clerk 1 Full Time
Cage Manager 1 Salary


Employment


Emplo men
[J[jFul Tme 125


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Position


Openings Status


Cage Shift Manager 1 Salary
Maintenance Technician 1 Full-Time
Players Club
Representative 1 Part-Time
Players Club Manager 1 Salary
Marketing Coordinatorl Full-Time
Casino Host 1 Salary
Slots Customer
Service Representative 2 Part-Time
Slots Supervisor 1 Salary
Financial Analyst 1 Salary
Staff Accountant 1 Salary


Employment Preference
The Tbal Councilgivespreferenceinall of itsemploymentpracicesto NaiveAmericans First preferencein hirng, ranging, promoting
and inall other aspects of employment isgiven to members ofthe Seminole Tribe of Floda who meette job ruiements Scond
preference is given to othermembes of federly rognized Nave American Tdbes who meet tejob rquirements.
f you are interested in applying for any of tese positions complete an Application and return it to the Casino HR Department
Qualaicaions forthe desired position will be reviewed and you may be given an opportunity to interview forte posion As wih
all applicants, hiing decisions will be made by the departmentto which you are applying
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-VIDEOGRAPHER-
Immokalee Reservation

Responsible for duplication of
videos. Exp. w/video camera
operation and production a plus.
Non-Linear editing system exp.
HS diploma or GED. College
or Technical School a plus.
Computer graphics (+) lift 25
Ibs. Flexible work schedule.
Valid Florida DL w/good record.
Fax resume to (239)658-1813.


Employmen


SOUTHERN
GARDENS CITRUS

INVENTORY AND YIELD
L ANALYST


S Southern Gardens Citrus in
f Clewiston, FL seeks
an individual with inventory
tracking and reporting
skills for our juice products and by-products.
Requires analytical skills, effective leadership,
communication and organizational skills and the
ability to manage multiple priorities and meet
aggressive deadlines.

General knowledge of citrus processing preferred.
Associates degree in Accounting preferred.
Computer skills, specifically Microsoft Outlook,
Excel and Word and good math skills required.
SAP experience a plus.

Working on 3rd and 1st shift, weekends, and
some holidays required. Good pay and benefits,
e.g., medical, dental, life and others.
Contact HR Dept
Fax 863 902 4315
Email : dmelton@southerngardens.com
EOE


READING A

NEWSPAPER,..


helps you understand the-
world around you.


LPN
Nurse Manager
2 yrs supervisory exp.
needed and current FL LPN
license. Competitive salary
& Excl benefits. Fax re-
sume to (561) 924-3405
or apply at:
FL Community
Health Centers,
170 S. Barfield Hwy,
Ste 103, Pahokee, FL.
hr@fchcinc.org
EOE/DFWP
MEDICAL ASSISTANT/LPN
Must have 1 yr. exp.
Bilingual Spanish/English
pref. Competitive salary and
exc. benefits. Fax resume
to: (863)983-9604,
or apply at
FL Community Health Ctrs
315 South W.C.Owen Ave
Clewiston, FL
EOE/DFWP

Oakbrook of
LaBelle
Now taking
applications for
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
OF NURSING

RN OR LPN WITH
MDS AND LTC
EXP. PREFERRED
Appolv in person:
250 Broward Ave.,
LaBelle, FL 33935
or Fax resume to
863-675-7415
EOE, DFWP
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classifieds.


Driver COMPANY DRIVERS
CDL-A Earn up to 46 cpm.
1/2cpm increase every 60K
miles. Average 2,500 to
2,800 miles/week. No forced
Northeast. (877)740-6262.
www.ptl-inc.com.
Driver: DON'T JUST START
YOUR CAREER, START IT
RIGHT! Company Sponsored
CDL training in 3 weeks.
Must be 21. Have CDL? Tui-
ton reimbursement! CRST
(866)917-2778.
Drivers: ACT NOW Sign-On
Bonus 35-41cpm Earn over
$1000 weekly Excellent
Benefits Need CDL-A & 3
mos recent OTR
(877)258-8782.
Exchange Coordinators Want-
ed EF Foundation seeks en-
ergetic and motivated
representatives to help find
homes for int'l exchange stu-
dents. Commission / travel
benefits. Must be 25+.
(877)216-1293.
Learn to Operate a Crane or
Bull Dozer Heavy Equipment
Training. National Certifica-
tion. Financial & Placement
Assistance. Georgia School
of Construction.
www.Heavy5.com Use code
"FLCNH" or call
(866)218-2763.
No Truck Driver Experience-No
Problem. Wil-Trans Trucking
Will Teach You How to Drive.
Company Sponsored CDL
Training. Be OTR in Three
Weeks. (888)368-1205.
Must be 23.
Post Office Now Hiring! Avg
Pay $20/hr or $5701yr In-
cluding Federal Benefits and
OT Placed by adSource not
affiliated w/USPS who hires.
Call (866)713-4492.
TRANSFER DRIVERS NEED 40
CDL CLASS A OR B DRIV-
ERS TO TRANSFER MOTOR
HOMES, STRAIGHT
TRUCKS, TRACTORS, AND
BUSES. YEAR ROUND
WORK. (800)501-3783.


Financial



Business
Opportunities 305
Money Lender 310
Tax Preparation 315



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Independent Newspapers will
never accept any advertise-
ment that is illegal or con-
sidered fraudulent. In all
cases of questionable val-
ue, such as promises of
guaranteed income from
work-at-home programs if
it sounds too good to be
true, chances are that it is.
If you have questions or
doubts about any ad on
these pages, we advise that
before responding or send-
ing money ahead of time,
you check with the Better
Business Bureau at
772-878-2010 for previous
complaints.
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numbers may require an
extra charge, as well as
long distance toll costs. We
will do our best to alert our
reader of these charges in
the ads, but occasionally
we may not be aware of the
charges. Therefore, if you
call a number out of your
area, use caution.

OWN A RECESSION Proof
Business Established ac-
counts with the average
owner earning over $200K a
year call 24/7
(866)622-8892 Code 305.

Services



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


CLEANING SERVICE
(Licensed)
Please call:
863-517-0461 or
863-634-8067
Sharon or Ashley



DELIVER OUR
PRECIOUS CARGO:
Be a Hendry County
School Board Bus
Driver Contact the
Transportation Dept.
at 863-674-4115


GONZALEZ
LAWN/LANDSCAPING
Also do handyman jobs
863675-1166
863 673-6388
THINK GREEN!!! Plants &
Trees Starting @ $5
Hwy. 720, 2nd curve to left.
Fri., Sat. & Sun. 8am-5pm
Landscapers Welcome!
Call (954)727-6108
Ag#47233965





HYDRAULIC SEALS
Full line in stock
We do the
impossible... Stop
by and see what an
engineer with over
40 machines can
do for you!
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863-675-4955
182 N. Industrial Loop,
LaBelle, FL
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Merchandise



Air Conditioners 505
Antiques 510
Appliances 515
Appliance Parts 520
Beauty Supplies 525
Bicycles 530
Books & Magazines535
Building Materials540
Business Equipment 545
Carpets/Rugs 550
Children's Items 555
China, Glassware, Etc. 560
Clothing 565
Coins/Stamps 570
Collectibles 575
Computer/Video 580
Crafts/Supplies 585
Cruises 590
Drapes, Linens & Fabrics 595
Fireplace Fixture 600
Firewood 605
Furniture 610
Furs 615
Health & Reducing
Equipment 620
Heating Equipment/
Supplies 625
Household Items 630
Jewelry 635
Lamps/Lights 640
Luggage 645
Medical Items 650
Miscellaneous 655
Musical Instruments 660
Office Supplies/
Equipment 665
Pets/Supplies/
Services 670
Photography 675
Plumbing Supplies 680
Pools & Supplies 685
Restaurant
Equipment 690
Satellite 695
Sewing Machines 700
Sporting Goods 705
Stereo Equipment 710
Television/Radio 715
Tickets 720
Tools 725
Toys & Games 730
VCRs 735
Wanted to Buy 740




CENTRAL AIR UNT 3 Ton,
Mobile Home package unit.
$1500 (863)673-0920



GE REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
Side by side 19.6 Cubic
Feet. Good condition. $125.
(863)697-3436
REFRIGERATOR Clean frost
free in great condition Whirl-
pool 29x63 $75.
(863)634-5236
REFRIGERATOR full sze, like
new, $100 (863)227-3633
REFRIGERATOR white, 18
cu. ft., top freezer w/icemak-
er, good cond., $150.
(863)763-1997 Okeechobee
WASHER GE, never been
used, paid $635, asking
$400. (239)657-3723
WASHER Heavy duty, 20 lb.
capacity, works great, $35.
Call 863-763-1997
WHIRLPOOL CHEST FREEZER
$350/or best offer.
813) 7 5 4 1 5 4 3
813)417-0195



SHEDS
12X24 with garage door
$3750.00- You Pick Up
or I Can Deliver!
863-228-1154



BICYCLE RACK Fits on the
trunk of a car, like new. $30
(863)946-3822
Bicycle-Fold up, adjustable
Heights, fits in a trunk, Great
for traveling $50.00 firm
(863)634-4722
MOTORIZED BICYCLE 2 cy-
cle engine cheap riding.
$400. (863)467-4551



BOOKS (50) Romance
books. $8. or will trade.
(863)763-1059



"EVERY BUILDING ON SALE!"
...Manufacturer Direct at
"ROCK BOTTOM PRICES"
32x60x18 $11,995.
35x60x16 $14,285.
40x80x16 $20,995.
48x100x18 $27,495.
60x120x18 $44,900. MANY
OTHERS! Pioneer Steel
(800)668-5422.



AIR COND FLEXIBLE DUCT-
silver w/R6 rating, never
used, in box $65 for all
(863)467-0007
HOT WATER HEATER 40 gal.
asking $50, electric, works
good (863)467-0007
ROOF SHEETING PBR panel,
3500 sq ft, 20 ft lengths,
$500 (772)342-7304



White Propane Stove- like
new, hardly used, great for
hurricane season
(863)634-6949



Baby crib & changing table
3-1 $150 OBO
(863)447-6286
Baby Dresser- Light Oak
$20.00 08O Call Christy
(863)697-1247
BOUNCE HOUSE w/SLIDE
15x15, Magic Jump. Like
new $1800 (863)228-2440
or (863)675-1113 LaBelle


CHANGING TABLE Car Seats
Bouncer, safety bed rails,
Walker, Pack N Play. $140
will sep. 863-763-763-8409



8- pc China Set $25.00
(863)697-2044


BOYS CLOTHES 4T, summer
& winter, exc. cond., $60
takes all or will sell separate-
ly. (863)763-6131 Okee area
BOYS CLOTHES sz. 5, win-
ter, exc. cond., $40 takes all
or will sell separately.
(863)763-6131 Okee area
DB YELLOW Halter Dress Tea
Len SZ 24 never worn al-
ready dry cleaned $80/or
best offer (863)697-2705
DB YELLOW Strapless Dress
Floor Len -SZ12 never worn
already dry cleaned $80/or
best offer (863)697-2705
FLOWER GIRL dress laven-
der, size 6 & ring bearer tux,
black/white, size 4, never
worn, $150. 863-697-6316
SCRUB SETS printed tops,
solid pants and capris size
2x only. all like new.
$10/will sep. (863)467-7011
UNIFORMS -(5) dark green,
shirt-medium, pants 36
waist, $100 or best offer
(305)409-2341
WEDDING DRESS Wedding
dress w/ veil size 5 $200.
(863)228-0481
WEDDING GOWN White,
strapless, beaded design on
front, size X-lg, $150. Call
863-697-6316

SIl il I


NORMAN
PLATES-
cates, will


ROCKWELL
Boxes & certifi-
trade for fishing


tackle (561)261-0766



DELL COMPUTER XP Pro,
Office, Edu/Games, DSL,
CDRW, call Tony $75,
(863)517-2782
NOTEBOOK Compaq 2.4ghz,
XP Pro, wireless,cdrw/DVD,
Fast! $325. (239)247-4839
(863)674-0212


Beds- 1- Queen electric $350.,
1- Day bed $100.
(863)467-6100
BROYHILL ENTERTAINMENT
Center Burgandy Country.
90" in length. Mint condi-
ton. 2 years old, cost
$3.300.00 new. $1200/neg.
(863)983-7011
(863)228-2837
BUNK BED Rustic wood,
twin on top, full on bottom,
w/mattresses $500
(863)697-0218
CORNER CURIO CABINET,
Beautiful solid wood,
washed oak, glass shelves,
lights. $225 (863)634-5038
COUCH & LOVESEAT cream
colored w/floral design,
$125 or best offer
(863)467-8464
DINING ROOM Table 72x42
In.Oval Glass Top, Scratch-
less, Off White Dolphin Base,
Same color all cloth Chairs,
Beautiful! Priced to sell Firm
$100. (863)675-0047
DOUBLE FUTON Oak w/Palm
Tree Mattress & 2 drawers
below. New. $300
(863)675-1936 LaBelle.
FORMERLY YOURS
CONSIGNMENT STORE
50% OFF FURNITURE SALE
KITCHEN TABLE white w/tile
top middle & butcher block
frame, 5 chairs, $125 or
best offer. (863)467-8464
TABLE & 4 CHAIRS Solid
oak, $300 (863)697-0218
WALL UNIT Lighted, Glass
shelves. $395
(863)675-5741
WATERBED Queen size w/in-
dividual water tubes. Very
good condition. Asking $125
(863)610-6195



CLUB CAR Runs good. Good
batteries. Charger Good
tires. $750 (863)673-4660


GUNS 4 shotguns, 5 rifles,
$1,020/will separate. Call
863-763-5323 or
863-532-9881
REMINGTON 1990 11-87
Shotgun Remington 11-87
Special Purpose model 12
GA. auto loader, 28" Vent
Rib Barrel with Rem-
Chokes. 3" Magnum 8 Rem
Chokes with installation
tool. Rifled Slug Barrel. 3-9
power Universal Scope.
Sling w/swivels. Hard
Case. Walnut stock & fore-
arm. Excellent condition
with a few scratches on the
stock. $600. (863)824-0835
(863)634-5023
REMINGTON 760 GameMaster
Early Model Pump-Trade 4
Pistol $350. (772)461-8822
SHOTGUN SHELLS 8 boxes
16 GA. NO 8 Remington
shotgun shells $3.
863)824-0835
863)634-5023



MOMENTUM 620 Elliptical
Trainer In great shape, 3
smart programs $150.
(863)763-2546
Sears Treadmill- $75.00
(863)763-5986


WEIDER 8530 Home Gym -
needs new cable, you move.
$200. (863)763-2546
WEIGHT BENCH Stinger with
300 lb weight set, curl bar &
bar bells, barely used. $175
(863)675-3016



Woman's size 10 White Gold
1 1/2 Carat ring 3 large
stones $2800 OBO
(863)467-6100


EAGLE LIBERTY MOBILITY
SCOOTER $1200/or best
offer (813)754-1543
(813)417-0195
POWER CHAIR New, battery
& charger Used very little
Pd. $5000, Sell for $1500
(863)675-0122


Ab Lounge $50,
(863)697-2044
AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train
for high paying Aviation
Maintenance Career FAA ap-
proved program. Financial
aid if qualified Job place-
ment assistance. CALL Avia-
tion Institute of Maintenance
(888)349-5387.
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from Home. *Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal,
*Computers, *Criminal Jus-
tice. Job placement assis-
tance. Computer available.
Financial Aid if qualified. Call
(866)858-2121, www.Cen-
turaOnline.com.
GAS MASK w/Filter, Bio-
Chemical Nato. Israeli Mili-
tary Issue. Brand new. $75
(863)430-6987
NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST
OFFICE JOBS. $18-$20/HR.
NO EXPERIENCE, PAID
TRAINING, FED BENEFITS,
VACATIONS. CALL
(800)910-9941 TODAY! REF
#FLO8.
PLASTIC CULVERT 30 di-
ameter x 20ft long, you
haul, $500 cash
(863)634-2303 (Okee area)
TARP 40 Ft.x40Ft., Camoflage
color New condition. $50 or
best offer (863)801-3973 I
answer all messages.
TIRES, 4 Toyo P-195-65R15
good condition $80. LaBelle
863-840-0505
TRANSPORT WHEEL CHAIR
good cond $50.
(863)634-4722



Piano-Storey & Clark,Spinet,
Pecan wood finish,excellent
condition $1500.00
(863)763-5986
Piano/Upright W/bench, It
wood color, good shape
$100 OBO (863)763-7983


AQUARIUM 50 Gallons. Like
new w/stand and all acces-
sories. $290 (863)675-5741
BOA CONSTRICTOR 5 Ft.,
$30 (863)763-5150
DOG HOUSE Wooden, Medi-
um size. $40
(863)763-2958
PUPPIS -Leopard, black
mouth cur and pit mix. 5 wks
old. 1st shots. $50
(863)673-0232
RABBIT- 1 yr old, female,
friendly, with cage $20
(863)763-0277



WATER HEATER 30 GAL,
220 AMP brand new, ask-
ing $100 (863)675-1113



SEWING MACHINE Brothers.
Like new. Perfect condition.
$125 includes table.
(863)674-0027 LaBelle



COMPOUND HUNTING BOW -
GAS PRO COMPACT
BOW.60 LB. 30 PULL. LIKE
NEW $125. (863)763-4588
POOL TABLE 8 FOOT SLATE
POOL TABLE $400/or best
offer. (561)983-3676
(561)996-1026
POOL TABLE almost new,
with all accessories, $900 or
best offer (239)289-7637
TOTAL GYM 3000XL Tv
Model, Like New $400/or
best offer (863)763-4493
TRACKING SYSTEM -
MN-10Receiver;(4)Transmit-
ter Colars $800/or best of-
fer (863)675-6918



SPEAKER BOX -1" thick MDF
speaker box for three 12's w/
tan carpeting. $75/or best
offer (863)697-8782
SPEAKERS (2) 15' Kicker
CVR, in box, w/2,000 watt
amp, $600. (863)697-8676
SURROUND SOUND SYS
Techwood, 1500 watts, 4-15
speakers incld. $1000 OBO
(863)634-2790



BIG SCREEN TV 60", picture
in picture, asking $250 obo
(863)302-1656 or
(863)227-6253
HD TELEVISION 32" Sony
Wega High Definition Flat
Screen Television. 2yrs old.
$350. (863)697-6404


PANASONIC DVD Recorded &
Player New Records to
DVD & plays back, complete
$125. (772)461-8822
TELEVISION- beautiful, Sam-
sui, 34', brand new, paid
$700 asking $125
(863)675-2145
TV, SONY 27", with stand.
Paid $700 in 2000, selling
for $125. Call 863-467-7139
ZENITH TV 61" screen, good
condition. $1000 or best of-
fer (863)634-2790



METAL LATHE Craftsman At-
las, 36" w/tooling. $350 or
best offer (863)430-6987



FOOSBALL TABLE Halex.
Reg Adult Size. Good Condi-
tion. $40. (863)634-6601


Agriculture

.

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



ARABIAN BAY Stallion 20
yrs. old. Up on shots. Gentle,
hasn't been ridden. $600
neg trade. (561)924-2064



2 CRAFMAN mower 42" for
part's $100/or best offer
(863)763-5890



16' STOCK Trailer gooseneck
LaBelle needs a little work
$1000/or best offer
(863)673-7743
Okeechobee Livestock
Market Sales
Every Monday-12pm & every
Tuesday-11am. 763-3127



BLUEBERRY BUSH 2-3 Ft.
Tall. $25 (863)675-3741


Rentals



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



APT Duplex style Newly re-
modeled 1/1, water, light &
cable included. $650/month.
Call 863-612-5037
FELDA 1BR, 1BA Cottage.
$450 mo. (863)517-1522
Riverviews Loft Apt. fur-
nished, in city, spacious, all
util incl. central a/c & heat,
boat dock avail., $1500 mo.,
no pets. (863)673-1434



RESTAURANT FOR LEASE -
200 seat. Full kitchen. Liquor
license. Located inside Port
LaBelle Inn. Contact Steve
(330)565-1707



LABELLE- DUPLEX, Belmont
St., 3br, 1ba, $700/mo. 1st
+ Sec., (863)517-0551
Buying a car? Look in
the classifieds. Selling
a car? Look in the
classifieds.


3BR/2BA Foreclosure!
$11,000! Only $199/Mo! 5%
down 20 years @ 8% apr
Buy, 4/BR $259/Mo! For list-
ings (800)366-9783 Ext
5798.
COUNTRY VILLAGE- 1br, 1ba,
must have good ref's & sec.
Non smoking environment.
No pets, $550/mo
(863)675-5968 Margaret
Barber Real Estate
LABELLE 3 BR, 1% BA, Lg.
kitch, Liv. Rm., 50' Covered
porch. 2/2 acres. Secluded.
$850/mo (863)675-0104
LABELLE: New! 3br/2ba, 2 car
gar, furnished, single family,
across from Labelle HS. W/D,
$1100/mo. Lease option avail.
Call 954-775-5875
LEHIGH DUPLEX 3BR, 2BA,
Excellent location near East
Lee Cnty HS. No pets. Inclds
lawn care. $650 mo.
(239)369-9567
PORT LABELLE 4BR, 2 car
garage, $875 mo. Good con-
dition, Call Fred.
(863)675-8114
PORT LABELLE 4002 North
Edgewater Circle, 3BR/2BA,
$750 mo. + sec. dep.
(954)584-7041/ 554-8040
PORT LABELLE Very nice
3BR/2BA, heat/ac, garage,
non smoking env, no pets,
ref's & lease, $700 mo. +
$700 sec. (863)675-2392

RIVERFRONT HOME
471 Old CR 78
LaBelle, Florida
3 bdrms 2 bths
w/brand new kitchen
Extra large dock
& huge yard
On Caloosahatchee River
Reduced to only
$1200 a mo!
1st, last & 1 mo sec.
deposit required
Call Broker-Owner
(863)675-3433 or
(800)638-6946




FORT KNOX
SELF STORAGE
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.,
LaBelle. 863-675-1025.

LABELLE RENT-A-SPACE
Cowboy Way & Kennedy Blvd.
5'xl 0' $42.80 mo. incl. tax.
8'x10' $53.50 mo. incl. tax.
10x10' $58.85 mo. incl, tax.
8'x25' $96.30 mo. incl tax
24 hr access $25 returnable
key deposit. 863-675-2392


Real Estate



Business Places -
Sale 1005
Commercial
Property- Sale 1010
Condos/
Townhouses Sale1015
Farms Sale 1020
Houses Sale 1025
Hunting Property 1030
Investment
Property Sale 1035
Land-Sale 1040
Lots Sale 1045
Open House 1050
Out of State -
Property Sale 1055
Property Inspection1060
Real Estate Wanted1065
Resort Property -
Sale 1070
Warehouse Space 1075
Waterfront Property 1080



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1060 Highway 29
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Mobile Homes



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




DOUBLEWIDE 3BR/2BA,
new carpet, oak trees, $175
Weekly. (863)673-5704
LABELLE: Crescent Acres
area, 2br/2ba. Only $100
per week. 863-673-6362.
Call now!
Mobile Home 3BR/1BA,
$575 mo. + $300 sec. dep.
863-612-4832 or
863-674-1333 Muse area
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT
2BR. Good condition. A/C.
$500-$600. mo.
(863)675-2474
REMODLED 3BR/2BA in Horse
Shoe Acres. New cabinets,
laminate firs. & carpe. $600
mo. + sec. (863)675-1270



BANK REPO'S
MOVE TO YOUR LAND
Mobile Home Angels
561-721-2230
DISTRESS SALE 4br/2ba fac-
tory repo. Home is new, nev-
er lived in. $52,900 incl
setup, a/c and skirting. Cash
or finance (863)673-4325 or
(863) 675-8888
Double Wide Mobile Home-
55 x 23' w/fireplace, no title,
you move $1000 OBO
(863)357-3567 After 5pm
FACTORY REPO large 3/2
Scotbilt home $79,900 reg
price, being sold for $59,900
includes setup, a/c, skirting
Call (863) 675-4325 or
(863) 675-8888
GREAT SHAPE!
2002- 2/2, Moore
Haven or Okeechobee
$25,000 Set Up & A/C
(863)983-8106
LaBelle: Bank Owned. Beauti-
ful, Like new! 1512 sq. ft.
3BR, 2BA '04 Mobile Home
on 1.34 acre lot in nice
neighborhood. 936 Chicka-
saw Ave., Asking $84,900
Financing Available. For
more information call Rick or
Wendy @ (863)983-6181
-NEW 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE-
$42,900 Set Up, A/C
& Skirting. EZ Financing.
(863)983-8105
NEW 3br/2ba 2009 double-
wide $42,900 includes set-
up, a/c and skirting. Easy
financing, low monthly pay-
ments (863)675-8888
NO MONEY down to purchase
a mobile home if you own
your lot or are paying on a
lot. 3 & 4 bedroom homes
starting at $42,900 (863)
675-8888/ (863) 673-4325
PALM HARBOR
3/2 HUGE, Loaded
14 houses to choose from
Starting at $389 per month
800-622-2832
TRAILER, 1978 32' with
slide-out, 23x8 FL rm w/at-
tached gazebo, 8/10 shed,
$3,500 863-610-2354





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or call for directions 863-675-3339


condition, $500
863-634-5038


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TRAVEL TRAILER 27ft,
Coachman, all appliances,
new tires, good cond, title,
$2900 (863)697-2032


Automobiles



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



CLASSIC MUSTANG '88 new
motor, new trans, headers,
cams, nitrous, too much to
list $5000 (863)983-2002
Dodge Caravan-1997 $2500
(863)467-6475
Police Impounds for Sale! 95
Honda Civic $600! 94 VW
Jetta $500!! For listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext 9271.
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX, 78 2
dr, 22' rims, burgundy
w/flames, 350 mtr, $5,000.
(863)612-5215


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Recreation



Boats 3005
Campers/RVs 3010
Jet Skiis 3015
Marine Accessories 3020
Marine Miscellaneous3025
Motorcycles 3030
Sport Vehides/ATVs 3035


-I
APEX 1994 11 FT Inflatable
with fiberglass bottom. Trail-
er $1200. (863)467-4551
BASS BOAT Select 16f.90hp
Mere Needs Work.Comes
w/extras. $800/firm.
(863)634-6601
BOAT 14 Ft., Aluminum, 2hp
gas, swivel seats, new Minn-
kota. Lots extra's. Galvanized
trE $850 (863)763-3551
BOAT TRAILER small,
14'-15', $150 or best offer
(863)983-7100
CAROLINA SKIFF 1998 14ft,
35HP/Electric Start, Minnko-
ta Trolling Motor $2300/or
best offer (863)634-0447
SAIL BOAT Irwin 37, $4900,
awlgritted, new shaft, prop,
cutless, Nice sails, no mast,
no engine (239)823-2587
SEA RAY SEVILLE 21FT,
dual axle trailer, 4hr on mo-
tor, $4800 or best offer or
trade (863)532-1761

-II
FLEETWOOD SOUTHWIND,
'88 35', 41k mi., water
damage, drve it home.
$2,000. (239)200-1159
Like New 72"x84" ALU. Pick
up Topper, fits Ford Crew
Cab Short Bed. Stored Inside
$500 OBO (863)697-9713
Nomad-1971- 27' Livable-
Handy Man Special, in a
park, tied down. Park rent
$185. per mo. $500 0BO
(863)697-6719
RV CAMPER 03, 20ft,
towable, like new, AC, apples,
all hookups, walk in shower,
$2900 (772)342-7304



DOWN RIGGERS (2) Can-
non, electric, for boat, $150
for both or will sell separate
(863)674-0281
MERCURY 0/B MOTOR 4 hp.
engine w/kill switch. Recent-
ly serviced. Exc. cond. $495
(863)467-9800



BAIT TANK 100 gallon,
round, $150 (863)983-2002


CLASSIC TRIUMPH Motor-
cycle project. 90% complete.
$2500 (863)517-1019 La-
Belle area.
HONDA HELIX 1986 needs
restoration and tune-up
$300/firm. (863)675-4600
(239)590-5474
MOTORCYCLE TRAILER to
pull behind a motorcycle.
Homemade, diamond plated,
$1,500. (863)517-1508
Suzuki-1999, 1400 ,Intruder
Mint, Loaded, $4495. 080
(561)253-4299
VOLKSWAGON TRIKE MO-
TORCYCLE Black & Dia-
mond plate. $2500
(863)517-1019 LaBelle area.
YAMAHA FZ1000 2002 -
Blue-adult owned 12k
miles,like new $3700.
(863)946-0850



HONDA RECON 250 2004 -
great condition $1900.
(863)946-0850
JEEP PLATFORM BUGGY -
40" Ground Hog Tires, 4 cyl.,
3 spd. $3800
(863)673-0920
YAMAHA DIRT BIKE, 2006 -
PWO8V, blue & white, great


WILLYS WAGON, '50 well
worth seeing. $1,500.
(239)823-2587



Tires- 6 245/70 R 19.5 6K
miles $850. OBO
(863)697-9713



CHEVY 2500 1999 36.5"
tires 350 V8 Holley Carb.
$2800/or best offer.
(863)801-1683
FORD F150 4X4 1987 6-cyl,
4-spd. See at 2337SE 32ND
STOkeechobee $1895.
(863)467-9999
JEEP CHEROKEE '90 2dr,
4.2 liter, 5 spd, 4x4, fuel in-
jection, runs great, good ttle,
$650 neg (302)379-4588


EZGO ELECTRIC 1981 -
3-Wheel,Runs good,
Chg,Win&Lights,Good rub-
ber $600. (863)673-4660



FORD 600 WATER TRUCK '78
3500 gal Poly Tank, 360
gas, 5 speed, single axle,
4750 (239) 543-0887


ALUM. TOPPER for 8' pickup
bed, with side wndows &
lock-in rear window, exc.
cond. $200.863-634-4137
Aluminum Truck Bed and
Racks $1200 each
(863)357-3567 after 5 pm
Ford F250- 85', Diesel, 2WD,
3/4 ton, pick up $850
(863)357-3567 After 5pm
MOTOR & TRANS From
Dodge Truck, 360-318.
$250 863-763-6305
RACING SEATS Racing
Seats w/ covers, new $150
(863)228-0481
RIMS (4) Scion TC, new in
box, $400 or best offer
(863)697-9368
TIRES 4 Super Swamper TSL
18.5/44-16.5LT. Good tread
$1100/or best offer
(863)634-4071
TIRES & RIMS 16", 8 Lug.
Like new. $600
(863)634-2524
TONNEAU COVER Factory
Foldng Tonneau Cover fits
2006-2008 Ford Sport Trac.
Perfect Condition $500.
(863)697-0328
TOOL BOXES (2) 6' side
mount, diamond alum., exc.
shape, w/key, $150 for both.
(863)599-8286
TRANSMISSION 2003 GM
4X4, Rebuilt w/new GM con-
verter $500 or best offer
(863)801-1414


CHEVY PU '81 strong 350
engine, auto trans, Alloys,
needs some bodywork $750
neg (863)805-2877
FORD F15O XLT 1995 Excel-
lent condition! 88K Lots of
extra's. Must see! $4000
(863)674-0027 LaBelle
FORD F-350 1997 Flatbed
Dually Runs Great. Needs
minor repair. Cold c
$2200/neg. (561)718-8580
FORD PU '88 F150, 4x4, in-
line 6 cyl., new tres, needs
minor work, $1000 or best
offer ortrade (863)532-1761
FORD RANGER 1991 4-cyl,
5-spd, 2-wd, runs good.
$800/or best offer
(863)612-6350
FORD RANGER, '94 with 4
cycle 5 spd., a/c, runs good,
few dents, $1500 or best of-
fer (863)983-7100


CHEVY BLAZER '96 4 wd,
V6, looks good. $2500
(863)467-4650
Chevy Suburban 4x4-1998-
Leather interior, Burgundy &
Gold, 3rd seat, Rear A/C
$3750. (863)634-0512
Ford Escape XLT- 2001, 4x4
V6, Cold A/c, Power window
& lock,Tow hitch, Runs good
$2500 (863)634-4259


CAR HAULER 17' Bumper
Pull, Elec. Brakes, New Tires,
$800. (863)801-1683
ENCLOSED CAR TRAILER -
2007, 20x8, excellent condi-
tion, $5000 (863)517-2944
Heavy Duty Tandem Axle
5x31' + 4' tongue $500 And
Heavy Duty Single Axle 5x5
$100 (863)357-3567
TRAILER TIRES & RIMS (4
Size 530-12. $40
(863)946-3822


DODGE CONV VAN '90 new
water pump, rebuilt trans,
new tires, runs great. $1000
make offer. (863)467-2609
Super Duty Ford Van-E450,
1999 Handicap/Looks &
Runs Great $3500 OBO
(863)467-6100
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Public Notices



Public Notice 5005
State Public -
Legal Notice 5500




NOTICE O MEETING CHANGE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
HENRY COUNTY
The Board of County commissioners
of Hendry County, Florida hereby
gives notice of a meeting change.
The Board's regularly scheduled meet
ing of November 11, 2008 will be held
on November 12, 2008 at 5:00 p.m.
in the Commission Room Clewistor
Ciy Hall, 115 West Venatra Avenue
Clewiston, Florda.
If a person decides to appeal any de
vision made by the Hendry County
Commission with respect to any mat-
ter discussed at such meeting, he/she
will need a record of the proceedings,
and that, for such purpose, he/she
may need to ensure Ma a verbadm
record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal
s to be based.
Board of Counfy Commissioners
of Hendry County, Floda
Janet Taylor, hai
298733 cGS & oCB 11/s08
PUBLIC NOTICE
LABELLE AIRPORT ADVISORY
BOARD MEETING
There will be a LaBele Airport Adviso
ry Board Meeting held on Wednesday,
November 12, 2008 at 3 pm The
meeting will be held at LaBslls ity
Half, in he Commissioners Board
oom, located at 481 W Hickpochee
Avenue in LaBelle.
All interested parties are encouraged
to attend For Further informant,
please contact the Hendry Couannty E
ginger's Office at (63 675 5222 o
(863) 983-1588.
If a person decides to appeal any de
cision made by the Hendry Couney
Commission with respect to any mat
ter considered at this meeting he/she
will need a record of the proceeding
and that, for such purpose, he/she
may need to ensure that a verbadm
record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the tesimony
and evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.
Janet B. Taylor, Chair
Board of County Commissioners,
endry County
GS/B 10/30 & 11/6/08

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PUBLIC NOTICE
Selection Committee Meeting
for RFQ 2008-34
There will be a meeting on Wednesday,
November 12, 2008, at 9:30 am to re-
view and select the Planning and Con
suing firms for the Hendry County
Comprehensive Pathway Plan The
meeting will be held at the Hendry
Couty Engineer's Conference Room, o-
cated at 99 East Cowboy Way LaBelle,
FL 33935 All interested are encouraged
to attend For further information, please
contact the Hendry County Engineer's Of-
ice at (863) 675 5222 or
(863)-983-1588.
If a person decides to appeal any deci
sion made by the Board with respect to
any matter considered at such meeting
or heanng, he/she will need a record of
the proceedings, and that, for such pur-
pose, he/sbe may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon which the ap-
peal is to be based
Janet Taylor, Chair
Board of County Commissioners,
Hendry County
299111 CB/CN 11/6/0





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Halluoeen


Submitted photo
City employees must have caused quite a few trepidations as they really got into their Hal-
loween haunted house. For two weekends they got into their costumes and played it up big
for those who thought they were brave enough to enter..


Fun


Submitted photo
The city employees' haunted house was full of creepy things like this spider web. It didn't
take folks long to find out that, once they entered the haunted house, they were in for a very
scary time.


Submitted photos/Dawn Jeffries
The LaBelle Kiwanis Club's first Trunk or Treat was a huge success. Thank you to all the
adults or bringing your children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, cousins and neighbors
out for some candy and fun. Next year promises to be bigger and better.


Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant
The fairly lady, Pat Bosley, scarecrow, Fred Bosley, and red neck beauty queen Cathy Single-
ton were big hits at the Pioneer Homeowners event.


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Caloosa Belle/Patty Brnt
VFW Post 10100 sponsored a big Halloween blast for kids again this year with games and
prizes at the post on SR 29S, a hayride, food and a stop off at Oakbrook Nursing Home.


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Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant
Arely Morales, 4, got a big treat from Agnes Tarves, resident at Oakbrook Nursing Home as
kids on the VFW hay ride stopped off for a visit there. It was hard to tell who was having more
fun, the residents or the kids!


Las Noticias en Espanol


Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant
Mary Bartoshuk enthusiastically shows how
it's done at the marshmallow bite stand.
Hunker down, hone in on the sweet treat and
open wide!


Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant
The Pioneer Plantation Homeowners
scored a big hit with their Halloween
celebration and haunted house Oct. 31.
This little tyke's parents have big plans
for him! Dressed in a suit of dollar bills,
18-month-old Joseph Foligna only had
eyes for the balloons.






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Caloosa Belle/Patth Brant
Kaily Herrold, 5, really gets into apple bob-
bing at VFW Post 10100.


Celebracion
Como parte de las celebra
ciones que La Preparatoria ha
tenido esta semana este viernes
tendrAn mdsica en todos los ti-
empos de almuerzo para que los
muchachos canten sus canciones
favoritas. Este es el primer afio en
el que tendran este evento musical
en la cafeteria. A las 4:00 hay un
desfile que comienza en la calle
principal y termina en el parque
Barron con carrozas, miembros
de la corte estudiantil, alumnos
honrados, y unas cuantas sorpre-
sas. Venga a divertirse a las 7:30
de la noche cuando comience el
juego de futbol con la esuela del
Sur de Fort Myers y coronen al
rey y reina de la celebraci6n, esta
serA una noche especial y la con-
clusi6n de estos eventos sera el
sbado en la noche con el baile.
Los estudiantes han arreglado
la cafeteria de manera especial
para el baile, los tiquetes cuestan
$15. todos los estudiantes estan
invitados. Los miembros del go-
bierno estudiantil han trabajdo
muy duro para que esta sea la
mejor celebraci6n de todas. Si de-
sea mas infromaci6n llame a Mel
Greenleaf. 674-4120. Damos las
gracias a toda la comunidad por
el apoyo a todas nuestras activi-
dades.


Desfile
El 13 de diciembre La Sociedad
Protectora de Animales estara pa-
trocinando el desfile de luces en
conjunto con el desfile de botes.
No se pierda este evento famil-
iar porque la diversion comienza
a las 5:00 p.m con m6sica, comi-
da y una rifa. Los fondos recauda-
dos del evento son para ayudar a
La Sociedad con los animales. El
mend de la comida incluye: chile,
perros calientes, emparedados de
puerco,galletasnavidefias,papitas
tostadas, soda chocolate caliente,
caf6 o agua para que usted coma
mientras disfruta del desfile.
Si usted esta interesado en
vender comida ese dia por fa-
vor Ilamar al nimero (863) 675-
0997. Decores su bote con luces
y acompaf~nnos en este evento
comunitario.

Donacion
El Programa Familias Salud-
ables del Departamento de Salud
de Hendry y Glades anunci6 su
asociaci6n con Target como re
conocimiento por sus esfuerzos
de ayudar a los padres a crear
un ambiente agradable y positivo
para sus hijos. El dinero donado
va ser usado para comprar videos
educacionales, actividades con


los padres, literatura y prevenci6n
de violencia dombstica.
El Programa Familias Salud-
ables ofrece visitas a los hogares
para dar servicios a los padres
que ya tienen familia y a los pa-
dres principiantes que desean
aprender tecnicas positivas para
criar a los hijos.
Las visitadoras usan un progra-
ma apropiado que lo utilizan en el
tiempo mas conveniente que los
padres desean. El material educa-
cional que se va a recibir ayudara
a los padres a manejar la tensi6n,
la c6lera ,comunicaci6n y otros
asuntos importantes. Desde que
Target abri6 sus puertas ha dado
un 5% de sus ganancias para
apoyar la educaci6n, el arte, ser-
vicios sociales y voluntarios. Ac-
tualmente la tienda dona mas de
$3 millones semanales. "En Tar
get nuestras donaciones locales
hacen la diferencia en la comu-
nidad que servimos"."Estamos
orgullosos de asociarnos con
Familias Saludables para regresar
parte a la comunidad donde nue-
stros miembros de equipo viven y
trabajan". Dijo Laysha Ward vice
presidenta de relaciones comuni-
tarias de Target.
Para saber mas del Programa
Familias Saludables, Ilame al De-
partamento de Salud. (863) 674-
4056.




Caloosa Belle, Thursday, November 6, 2008 11


Submitted photo

UES Students of the Month
Upthegrove Elementary School October Students of the Month Row 1: Aiden Molina,
Miqueila Perez, Shaelyn Boddy, Neitali Padilla Row 2: Angela Leos, Joseph Rodriguez,
Veronica Perez, Kayley Boddy, Ivan Martinez-Villa Row 3: Reanna Rivas, Madelyn Coker,
AnnaMarie Hudson, Cristian Urias, Gerardo Vasquez Row 4: Alyssa Tittle, Natalie Rocha,
Alfredo Padilla, Jason Rodriguez, Jackson Royal Row 5: Marlen Alcaraz, Tiffany Home,
Becky Lapp.


LES Citizens of the Month


Submitted photo
Safety Patrol of the Month--
Morgan Carter


Educational Briefs


Food drive
Kindergarten and first grade
will have a food drive at Com-
munity Christian School to sup-
port the LaBelle Salvation Army
through Nov. 17. To contribute
to this cause, please drop any of
items off at the school: turkeys,
mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy,
sweet potatoes, green beans,
corn, cranberry sauce, evaporat-
ed milk, butter, brown sugar, rolls,
frozen pies. To contribute money,
please make a check payable to
The LaBelle Salvation Army. The
food cost for an average family of


four is approximately $35.
Uncle Sam at LES
LaBelle Elementary once again
gets students and families togeth
er for a family reading night. This
year's theme is patriotic. The title
of the evening is Read, White, and
Blue.


Some of the events scheduled
for the night include dinner and
pictures with Uncle Sam, stories
on the screen and voting and priz-
es. Every child will go home with
a book. Please join us for Family
Reading night from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
at the LES Cafeteria on Thursday,
Nov. 13, Uncle Sam wants YOU !!


Submitted photo
Front row to back row row 1--Jennifer lxmay, Carina Casta-
no, Stephany Menguela row 2--Marvin Raya, Alexis Ibarra,
Cleyver Avila, Wilmer Ixmay, Anthony Moreno, Arely Perez,
Bernice Miranda row 3--Elena Madrid, Marisol Gonzalez, En-
rique Delgado, Alison Dominguez, Sabina Madrid, Vanessa
Barrios absent--Roy Galindo


Submitted photo
Front row to back row row 1--Esai Deras, Jose Salgado, Fran-
cisco Ramirez, Kyle Kirtley row 2--Celia Zuniga, Drake Faz,
Lane Murray, Austin Wilcox, Joahan Solis, Manuel Aguas,
Jessenia Denning, Elias Juarez row 3--Jennifer Granados,
Claudia Soto, Alea Madrid, Isidro Gonzalez, Harvey Castro,
Yuleydi Carranza

COES Citizens of the Month


Submitted photo
First row: Leslie Rubira, Jocelin Nunez, Iscel Gomez, Alondra
Reyna, Melanie Garza, Mark Vasquez Second Row: Llzbeth
Beltran, Joel Perez, William Escobar, Eduardo Cruz, Amelia
Alegria, Jacob Smith Third row: Tania Martinez, Luis Soto,
Kaitlin Lawton, Erick Hernandez, Thelma Santiago, Jeremy
Smith Absent Student: Gerardo Rivas-Leal


Submitted photo
First row: Hailey Partin, Natasha Serrano, Christopher Baha-
mundi, Gianni Perez, Victoria Pagan, Lilia Jaramillo, Melissa
Verduzco Second row: Julio Aguilar, Jonatan Espinoza, Cay-
lin Toro, Jonathan Castro, Esmeralda Hernandez, Samantha
Madrid, Julia White, Citlalli Velasquez Third row: Shareefa
Saheed, Santos Pegueros, Jennifer Perle, Chelsea Trejo,
Jenny Perez, Christopher Rigdon, Esmeralda Ramos Absent
Students: Sara Cordova, Esdiel Plaza


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12 Caloosa Belle, Thursday, November 6, 2008


Engagement
Sylvia Davis along with Sidney
and Jadyn Davis of LaBelle are
pleased to announce the engage-
ment and upcoming wedding of
their mother, Jennifer Lynn Davis,
to Levi Long, also of LaBelle.
The prospective groom is the
son of George Howard Long of
Alva and Clariece Long of Daven-
port.
The wedding is planned for
Nov. 8 at 2 p.m. The ceremony
will be performed by Pastor Har-
old Hanks at the LaBelle Church
of God. There will be a recep
tion to follow immediately at the
church fellowship hall. Family
and close friends are invited.
After the wedding the couple
will reside in LaBelle.


Antique boat show Nov. 8


Submitted photo


Jennifer Davis and Levi Long.


Submitted photo

Old time good time
The LaBelle Heritage Museum will have its monthly meeting Thursday, Nov. 6, at 7 p.m. in
back of City Hall in the city commissioners room. Dillon Thomas, known for his guitar play-
ing and singing, will be the guest speaker. Mr. Thomas, born in 1919 and the eldest of nine
children, will talk about his life growing up in the area, surviving the Great Depression,
working as a cowboy on the Indian Reservation, being in the Navy during World War II, lov-
ing to hunt and fish and being in the construction business. He will also sing a few songs


United Way launches 2008 campaign


Fort Myers, FL (October 29,
2008) More than 700 volun-
teers and community leaders
gathered at the Harborside Event
Center to celebrate the 2008-2009
Campaign Kick-Off of the United
Way of Lee, Hendry and Glades.
Campaign Chair, and President
of Commerce Bank of Southwest
Florida, Mark Morris, encouraged
everyone to "LIVE UNITED" and
help friends, coworkers and
neighbors.
"As we all know, this is a par
ticularly difficult time for many
people in our community. It's
also a time when we must join to-
gether because if we reach out to
one, we influence the condition
of all. When we work together,
we can do more for those who
really need us," said Morris.
"The goal for this year's cam-
paign is $8,018,330. That is a big
number, but if Mark Phelps, the
Olympic swimmer can win 8 gold
medals, I know we can equal or
surpass the $8 million goal. "
Pacesetter Chair Gino Little-
stone, of Oswald Trippe and
Company, announced that the
80 pacesetter companies those
who run their campaigns early to
demonstrate United Way support
and to encourage others along
with early leadership gifts, have al-
ready raised a total of $3,907,763.


This represents 49 percent of the
goal. Littlestone was overjoyed
with the results. "This really
shows that our community does
'LIVE UNITED' and believes in
the 'Give. Advocate. Volunteer'
theme of this campaign," said
Littlestone.
Publix again broke the $1 mil-
lion mark by raising the most of
any of the pacesetter companies
with $1,158,884.
Six other companies also
exceeded the $100,000 mark:
Oswald Trippe and Company
Inc. with $180,000; Lee Memo-
rial Health System with $115,000;
LCEC with $102,000; Chico's FAS
$100,000; Lee County Govern-
ment with $100,000; and The
News-Press with $100,000. The
top 18 Pacesetter companies are
listed below:
Publix $1,158,884; Oswald
Trippe & Company $180,000; Lee
Memorial Health System $115,607;
LCEC; $102,539; Lee County Gov-
ernment $100,571; The News-
Press $100,000; Chico's $100,000;
FineMark National Bank and Trust
$80,512; Lee County Sheriff's Of-
fice $51,857; Apollo Information;
Enterprise Rent-a-Car $43,689;
O'Donnell Landscapes $38,528;
Fifth Third Bank $37,320; Inves-
tors' Security Trust $35,000; Co-
lonial Bank $34,589; Florida Gulf


Bank $33,707; Target $32,942;
Lee County Tax Collector's Office
$28,451.
All money raised in the United
Way campaign stays in the local
community to help support the
local human service network of
partner agencies. United Way
partner agencies like Alvin A. Du-
bin Alzheimer's Resource Center,
Children's Advocacy Center, Big
Brothers Big Sisters, and LARC
serve a diverse range of needs in
our community such as nurturing
children and youth, strengthening
families, meeting critical needs
such as helping the elderly and
disabled live independently, and
empowering communities by
bringing health and human ser-
vices to neighborhoods.
In addition to raising funds
for human service organizations
in our community, the United
Way promotes partnerships and
collaborations among agencies,
helping them to work together
focusing on issues and solutions
that continue to improve lives.
The United Way of Lee, Hendry
and Glades has been "the way the
community cares" since it was es-
tablished in 1957. For more infor-
mation please call United Way of
Lee, Hendry and Glades Counties
at (239) 433-2000 or visit www.
unitedwaylee.org.


Enjoy seeing Antique Out-
board Motors and Old Wood
Boats from the 1920s, '30s, '40s,
and 1950s? Well if you do, The
South Florida GATOR Chapter
of The Antique Outboard Motor
and Boat Club will be holding a
SHOW on Saturday, November 8,
10 a.m.-3 p.m., at The Fisheating
Creek Campground, Palmdale,
off US 27 just north of Moore Ha-
ven and LaBelle.
The show is open to the pub-
lic and there is no charge.
There will be displays of an-
tique and classic outboard mo
tors and boats.
There will be other nauti
cal displays and the public can
bring any old outboard they may
have lying around in their garage
or shed and get an honest, true
valuation for it and to find out
the value of their old outboard
motor.
Judging will take place and
awards given for the best motors
and boats.
Membership applications and
an overview of the club's activi-
ties will be discussed with those
who are interested. The organi-


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zation is a public charitable orga-
nization and is dedicated to pre-
serve the historical significance
of older boats and outboard
motors since they were first pro-
duced in the early 1900s.
Contact Art Korbel at classic-
boats4425@aol.com or 954 753
7621 before show day. (Use this
number if calling on SHOW DAY
Saturday) cell 954 258 2434 for
more information.


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November is National Diabetes Month


Healthy eyes are a key element
in keeping people healthy espe-
cially for individuals with diabe-
tes. November is National Dia-
betes Month and the American
Optometric Association wants to
heighten awareness of the impor-
tance of regular, comprehensive
eye exams for individuals at high
risk for diabetes. Being aware of
these risks can help affected in
dividuals and their optometrists
monitor their eye health.
This disease interferes with
the body's ability to use and
store sugar. Diabetic retinopathy,
a weakening or swelling of the
tiny blood vessels in the retina of
the eye is the most serious of the
possibly damaging effects to the
eyes. If left untreated, blindness


can occur.
Be aware of the following
warning signs of diabetes and
seek medical attention if you have
one or more of the signs: fre-
quent urination, excessive thirst,
extreme hunger, unusual weight
loss, increased fatigue, irritability,
and blurry vision.
While the causes of diabetes


are unknown, obesity and lack of
exercise are recognized precur-
sors to the disease.
For this reason, include bal-
anced meals and regular exercise
and activity into your daily routine.
If you or a loved one has diabetes
or is at risk for being diagnosed,
be certain your optometrist is on
your list of annual well-health
check-ups.


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Submitted photo
A beautifully restored Wagemaker wood boat with a 1957
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