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Vol. 87 No. 41

At a Glance

Fight breast cancer
Through the month of October,
Barron Library is promoting Lucy's
Angels and their great work against
breast cancer. On the 27th of Octo
ber the library will host a Dessert
Auction at 6 p.m, at the library and
will be selling Breast Cancer Aware-
ness Keepsakes during October.
Lucy's Angels is a local not-
for-profit group dedicated to rais-
ing awareness and providing free
mammograms to qualified women
in Hendry and Glades County. All
funds donated to Lucy's Angels are
used locally. For information call
Call Barron Library at 863-675-
0833 if you wish to donate a des-
sert. All desserts should be deliv-
ered to the library by 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 27.

Lighted parade
It seems like a long way off,
but it is less than 60 days until the
LaBelle Lighted Christmas Boat
Parade. Start putting together your
best ideas. Any amount of decora-
tion on any size boat, the more the
better. No classes, no prizes, just
the fun of being part of an interest-
ing evening, That evening being
Saturday, Dec. 12, with a 7 p.m.
start 1/2 mile west of the LaBelle RT
29 bridge. No sign up required, just
be there! For those watching, you
know all the favorite spots along
the river. In addition the Caloosa
Humane Society will have refresh-
ments available in Barron Park.
See Page 4 for information about
how to contact the newspaper
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Thursday, October 22, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009

Firehouse Cultural Center: Ready for the season

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Time to play!
What? Haven't had your Firehouse Players fix in months? Well, the cure is in sight! The
group's first play of the season opens Friday, Oct. 23, with the comedy/thriller I'll Be Back
Before Midnight by Peter Colley. Terri Lazar and Bob Butts co-direct with Terri serving as
producer. Get this: Greg and Jan Sanderson move to a farmhouse while she recuperates
from a nervous breakdown, but things don't go so smoothly. (Are you surprised?) You'll want
to be there when strange things start to happen. With great sound and special effects, this
is just the play to lead up to Halloween. Saturday, Oct. 31, Halloween Night, you're invited to
come in costume (optional but wear your Halloween best). You might win two free tickets
to Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol for the best judged costume. Play dates are: Oct.
23, 24, 25, 30, 31 and Nov. 1. Show Times 7 p.m, Fri/Sat; 2 p.m. Sun; $12 with reservation;
$14 at door. You know where it is the Firehouse Cultural Center, 241 N. Bridge St., LaBelle
863-675-3066. Pictured from left: Mayra Johnson (Laura Sanderson), Bob Butts seated
(Greg Sanderson), Dave Johnson standing (George Willoughby) and Carolyn White (Jan

SCF 2010: A festival in the making

The 2010 Swamp Cabbage
Festival Committee is already in
high gear, getting all ready for the
big event, Feb. 27-28.
The theme has been chosen.
Sharon Williams came up with
the winner: The Town Stitched
Together with Love.
Groups and businesses should
be thinking about the ultimate

float or parade unit. This year's Monday monthly (Nov. 2 and Dec.
theme should open the door to a 7). In January, as the time gets
whole slew of ideas. A great float shorter, the committee begins
begins with a great idea, so get meeting every Monday. Meetings
crackin'. are held at LaBelle City Hall at
Booths are always at a premi- 6:30 p.m.
um so, locals, make sure you lock You also need to be thinking
yours in early The deadline is Feb. about the 2010 Pioneer Family
1 no exceptions.
The committee meets the first See SCF Page 2

50 Plus tax
500 Plus tax


may ease



By Jose Jesus Zaragoza
Clewiston News
With space at the local jail at a
premium, officials there have re-
lied on creative ways to house an
overflow of inmates having them
sleep on special beds that would
make cots seem like luxuries, or
planning to add modular units to
house detainees.
These measures to address the
overcrowding inmate population
at the Hendry County Jail in La-
Belle have only solved a portion of
the problem, local leaders say.
More needs to be done, and a
solution must be found in the way
that the court system handles mi-
nor charges. Acting on a proposal
from the administrative office of
the courts, Hendry County is con
sidering the creation of a criminal
case manager position that would
do just that.
The idea is to help alleviate the
ever-growing number of inmates
that, at $39.50 a day, the county
must pay for. In its proposal, the
administrative office of the courts
quotes hard figures: a recent reno-
vation has seen the jail capacity
increase to 196 inmates, while the
facility until recently fluctuated be-
tween 230 to 265 detainees.
The creation of the case manag-
er position would obviate the need
to jail based on minor infractions.
The program would work similarly
See Jail Page 2

It's the best time to I

Continued From Page 1
and Grand Marshal. Pioneer Families should This will give everyone a chance to sit and
have been in the area for some 70 years and enjoy all of the parade. Mayor Paul Puletti
have contributedto the growth and improve will be opening our festivities at the park
ment of the area. The Grand Marshal should with a prayer and then Mercy and Grace will
be an individual who has contributed to the be performing the National Anthem.
benefit of the community in recent years. The Swamp Cabbage Festival Commit-
tee has put a lot of time and effort into the
Entertainment festival and we hope you enjoy every facet
of the festival.
The entertainment schedule for the 2010 More information concerning entertain-
Swamp Cabbage Festival has been corn ment will be forthcoming at a later date.
pleted and again this year we are blessed Until then... stay tuned!
to have our local individuals, dance groups, Don't forget, you can keep your eye on
and bands performing in Barron Park. The all the SCF plans at its new Web site www.
entertainment will begin at noon this year.

7-10 p.m. at the LaBelle Civic Center, lo
Halloween fun cated directly behind City Hall. $5 entry fee
^ and $4 re-entry fee.
All proceeds benefit the American Can
cer Society.

Moose Lodge to host big
Halloween Party
The Women of the Moose will host their
Annual Children's Halloween Party from
haunted house will benefit 2-4 p.m. on Oct. 31
Relay for Life Costumes welcome, bobbing for
Come to the City of LaBelle's Relay for apples, roasting hot dogs and treats. The
Life Haunted House Oct. 23, 24, 25 and 30, lodge is located on Jaycee Lyons Drive. The
from 7-9 p.m. and Halloween night from public is welcome.

Continued From Page 1
to systems already in place in Charlotte,
Collier and Lee counties. There, the crimi-
nal case managers and judges consider the
nature of the offense, employment and ties
to the community, and other variables, in
deciding who would be eligible for pre-trial
Rather than take up additional space in
jail, these people would be released and su-
pervised by the case manager.
Participants would also be required to
check in with the case manager, remain in
the county and receive regular telephone
contacts and reminders of court dates and
Specific cases might require participants
to abstain from the use of alcohol, or have
random drug screens, have no contact with
a victim, have a mental evaluation, or any
other requirement of the court.
Aside from dealing with new cases, the
criminal case manager would work closely
with the state attorney's office in identifying
inmate cases that would qualify for some
type of early resolution.

The full-time person would be respon-
sible for approximately 30 defendants in the
pre-trial program, with new cases added on
as old ones are resolved.
The biggest consideration for the county
is the cost of such a position. With Hen-
dry County actively searching for ways to
streamline its budget, the position would
require the county to provide full funding,
including salary, benefits, office space and
other expenses for the new title.
Altogether, the figure for the criminal
case manager position is $60,000, which
the office of the courts argues can be paid
through fees generated by the additional
court cost fee (which has a balance of
$260,000), court facilities fee, or surplus
funds through the Hendry County Probation
The target date for implementation was
originally January 2010, but it may be later
than that; during the Oct. 13 county meet
ing, the item was tabled for future action.
News Editor Jose Zaragoza can be reached at

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PLEASE BE ADVISED that pursuant to Chapter 194, Florida
sisting of two County Commissioners, one School Board Member,
one business owner and one home owner will convene a public
meeting AT 4:15 PM ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2009 at the
Hendry County Commissioner's Chambers, Hendry County
Courthouse, 25 East Hickpochee, LaBelle, Florida for the purpose
of approving the Special Magistrate agreements and minutes from
the September 2, 2009 VAB meeting. The VAB may consider other
items as may be appropriate or timely.
Anyone who appeals a decision made threat will need a record of
the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, including the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.

Barbara S. Butler, Clerk
Hendry County Value Adjustment Board

Caloosa Belle

October 22, 2009

Two charged in burglary

On Oct. 18, deputies with the Hendry
County Sheriff's Office responded to 208
Pine Lane, in Montura after receiving a re-
port of a burglary in progress.
Once deputies arrived they made contact
with two men, 24-year-old Ralph Herbert
Landrum and 21-year-old Ben Milton Wil-
son who were repairing a flat tire on a silver
truck they were driving. Deputies were told
by Landrum that the owner, his stepfather,
had given him permission to be on the prop-
erty. Based on the complaint received from
a witness, deputies contacted the property
owner, William Burkett, who told deputies
that he had not given anyone, including his
stepson, permission to be on his property
nor had he given them permission to re-
move any property.
Deputies walked around the rear of the
home and found the rear window open with
the screen torn off and a green plastic chair
next to the window. Ralph Herbert Landrum
and Ben Milton Wilson were then taken into

custody and placed under arrest.
Deputies found, located inside the silver
truck that was being driven by Landrum and
Wilson, miscellaneous items that had been
removed from the home, to include prescrip-
tion medication that was later returned to its
owner. It was further found that a tire and
rim that the suspects were going to use to
replace their flat tire belonged to a neighbor.
The suspects had taken it from the porch
area of the neighbor's home and it was also
returned to its owner.
Landrum, a convicted felon, and Wilson
were arrested and charged with Criminal
Mischief, Unoccupied Dwelling Unarmed,
Trespassing in a Structure or Conveyance,
Larceny, Synthetic Narcotic Possession and
Drug Possession of a Controlled Substance
without a Prescription.
Landrum is currently being held in the
Hendry County jail on $16,000.00 bond and
Wilson is being held on $11,500.00 bond.

Arrest Reports

Samuel Martin Cuellar, 19, was arrested
Oct. 18 and charged on a warrant as a Fu
gitive from Justice from DeSoto County. J.
Poole was arresting officer.
Amanda Leigh Paris, 29, was arrested
Oct. 18 and charged on a warrant with lar-
ceny: petit theft third or subsequent. Van
Fleet was arresting officer.
Thomas Ashley Sanders, 42, was arrested
by FHP Oct. 17 and charged with resisting an
officer/obstruction without violence.
Johnathan Eugene Scarbrough, 35, was
arrested Oct. 15 and charged on a warrant
as a Fugitive from Justice from Polk County.
C. Brooks was arresting officer.
Marcellouos Edward Bullock, 22, was ar-
rested Oct. 15 on a warrant for robbery with
a firearm. He was allegedly involved in rob-
beries at the Handy Store at Nobles and CR
78 and at Rivers Edge Motel Sept. 8, 2007.
At the motel, one of the three men involved
in the robbery put a gun to the manager's
head and demanded money.
Leland A. Avery, 30, was arrested Oct. 14
and charged on a warrant as a Fugitive from
Justice from Lee County. L. Brooks was ar-
resting officer.

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Earline Yvette Jones, 47, was arrested
Oct. 14 and charged with traffic offense DUI
alcohol or drugs first offense and with car
trying a concealed weapon. N. Kirk was ar-
resting officer.

Marcos Moreno Ill, 24, was arrested Oct.
18 and charged on a warrant with Failure to
Appear. C. Greer i i....
Mark Alden I.--i-. ..rested
Oct. 17 and charged as a Fugitive from Jus-
tice from Broward County (petit theft). CPD
Officer J. Pilon was arresting officer.
Demetrae Lamanta Pearson, 27, was ar-
rested Oct. 17 and charged on a warrant as a
Fugitive from Justice from Seminole County.
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Rolando Carreno, 19, was arrested Oct. 7
and charged with dealing in stolen property.
J. Lee was arresting officer.
Antuwan Lavaro Smith, 19, was arrested
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Register for Sheriff's Office

Citizens' Academy

Sheriff Steve Whidden would like to
announce the dates of the 2008 Sheriff's
Citizen Academy, which will begin Novem-
ber 4, at 7 p.m. at the Hendry County Gun
Range, located just east of Hendry Isles
Blvd. Classes are scheduled everyWednes-
day evening for the 14 weeks.
If you have not yet picked up your ap
plication please do and return it before
October 30.
The Citizens Academy is great for any-

one over 18 years of age, with a back-
ground free of felony and violent misde-
meanor convictions, who wishes to learn
more about the field of law enforcement
in general and about the Hendry County
Sheriff's Office.
The class is free!
If you have any questions or want to
learn more about the Sheriff's Citizen
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Caloosa Belle



Faith in the Marketplace: Tough times

Public Forum

Speak Out has moved online, where it is
quicker and easier to share your ideas and
converse with others. Go to www.newszap.
com, click on the community name andyour
local or state Public Forum. There, you can
create new topics or comment on existing
topics. What follows is a sampling of some
of the discussions currently taking place.
Thanks for participating!

What's going on with school
I've worked for the school board for a
long time and I'm so frustrated about what

by Pat Dobbins
With continued media attention about
HIN1-Swine Flu and vaccines, the Hendry
and Glades County Health Departments
would like to keep you
informed about the ef
forts to keep your family
The Hendry and
Glades County Health
Departments are working
on a schedule for times
and locations to make
the vaccine available to
the community. These Pat Dobbins
vaccinations are volun-
tary and free. We have not received our al-
lotment of the vaccine yet, but as soon as the
vaccine is shipped to our counties, it will be
announced in the local newspapers.
HIN1-Swine Flu can be a threat to the
health of our families. Though many people
have experienced mild symptoms, there are
still others who have had severe complica
tions with this virus and even death. As of
October 13, 2009, there have been over 870
hospitalizations in Florida from the HIN1-
Swine Flu Virus. Almost 100 of these hos-
pitalizations were pregnant women. There
have been total of 121 deaths. The majority
of these deaths were people under the age
of 49 and some had no known underlying
medical conditions.

It is time for you to think about the vac
cine and decide if the vaccine is right for
you and your family. If you have questions
or concerns about the vaccine, please talk
to your local healthcare provider or the local
health department. You can also call 1-877-
Please note: Those in high risk categories
will be given the first supplies of the vac-
They include:
Children and young adults age 6 months-
24 years
Pregnant women;
People who live with or care for children
younger than 6 months old;
Health care workers and emergency
medical services personnel;
People age 25 through 64years who have
health conditions associated with higher risk
of medical complications.
For more information on flu activ-
ity, please call the Florida Department of
Health's toll-free number, which provides
public health information and updates on
HIN1 Swine flu.
The Florida Flu Information Line is 1-877-
For web-based information please visit: or

they're doing with our insurance I could
scream. Looks like it's going up 300 percent
- from $75 every two weeks to $420 every
two weeks for family coverage. And they
want like three months in advance! Who
can pay that?
Looks to me like their whole scale is out
of whack. I don't even make $420 every two
They're getting ready to just push this
thing through at the next school board
meeting, I think. Oct. 27. Second floor of the
Courthouse at 5:00. Let's all be there and not
let them get away with it.

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Now, nine years later, the chart shows
a $1.4 trillion deficit. That can't be good.
Unemployment reached 9.8 percent in Sep-
Health reform is
bogged down in argu-
ments about how to do
it, and whether the gov-
ernment is capable of
managing health care.

in Iraq, and in case you
missed it, we're having
troubles in Afghanistan, Fr. Alan
too. Kelmereit
All these problems Kemereit
are worrisome enough, but when they get
up close and personal, they're downright
Real estate sales here are nearly stopped,
prices have fallen sharply, and properties are
being abandoned.
Unemployment in Hendry County is 16.4
percent, the highest in Florida. Job security
has become a thing of the past for many
people here, and many have seen their
income reduced and fear that it will be re-
duced even further.
On occasion we hear that things are look-
ing up, but so far there's precious little hard
evidence of that.
We are indeed seeing tough times in the
marketplace, and seeing them close up here
in LaBelle.
So, what's to be done? First, let me sug-
gest renewed faith as a primary response.
I'm not talking about faith in the government
to solve all our problems they can't, nor
about faith in our own ability to take care of
ourselves that doesn't seem to be working
too well, either.
I'm speaking of faith in God. Before you
dismiss the idea as a waste of time or wish-
ful thinking, you might seriously consider
the possibility that it's the only really worth-
while idea out there.
I'm not going to waste time arguing the
existence or reality of God. He is real: I know
that from experience and so do other peo
I will suggest that if you have steadfastly
shut him out of your life, you might carefully
examine just how satisfied you are with your

life right now. Is everything the way you'd
like it? Or is it in serious need of improve-
ment, and you haven't the foggiest idea of
where to start?
God is the place to start. For one thing,
he doesn't hold grudges about all the stuff
you've done that hasn't turned out right,
that's hurt other people or yourself, or that
you know was just plain wrong.
In addition, it's his intention that you
have a life that is rewarding, satisfying and
purposeful. If you find yourself focused only
on your problems, you might want to find
a way to see past them to what life can be
rather than what it is now.
I'm not talking about showing up at
church for a few Sundays figuring that God
will then owe you something.
I'm suggesting that you have an open
mind, and that you be willing to make a
commitment to faith even before you are
certain of the results.
I promise that you have nothing to lose
and a whole lot to gain. You may even be
surprised at the difference God and his peo
ple can make in your life and how quickly it
can happen.
Fr. Alan Is pastor ofChurch of the Good Shep-
herd, one block south ofRt 80 on Collingswood
Pkwy., Port LaBelle. Services at 9 a.m. Sunday
and 9:30 am Thursdays. 863-675-0385.

Thank You

Thanks for the support
The LaBelle High School Math Team held
a very successful car wash and bake sale
on Saturday, Oct. 10, at U-Save. We wish to
thank Mr. David Childs of U-Save for the use
of the location and the water. We appreciate
all of the community members who sup-
ported our athletese" by having their cars
washed, buying baked goods or just donat-
ing to the team. We send a special "thank
you" out to the man in the big white truck
who was extra generous.
Mathematically yours,
Joy Bridwell
LHS Math Team Sponsor

Staff We Pledge...
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SPhone: (863) 675-2541 Advertising Director: Judy Kasten To help our community become a better place to
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The Caloosa Belle welcomes submissions from its For Subscriptions f h the prominence it deserves.
e .1 1 To provide a right to reply to those we write
readers. Opinions, calendar item : and Phone: 1-800-282-8586 , To provide a right to reply to those we write
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reach our newsroom. The deadline for all news items nalistc service, commitment to the ideals of the First
is 11 a.m. on Monday prior to the following Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, and support of the compassion.
Thursday's publication, community's deliberation of public issues

H1N1 Flu: Time to

think about the vaccine

Caloosa Belle

October 22, 2009

October 22, 2009

Church Briefs

Come to block party
Block Party will be Saturday, Oct. 24, at
International Christian Fellowship, 233 Clark
Street, from 9 a.m. till about noon. Free con-
cert at 11 a.m. Nurses will do blood pressure
screening and provide health information.
Bounce houses, balloons and games for the
children and youth. Free hotdogs and ham-

Caloosa Belle

burgers. Everyone is invited. For information,
contact Pastor Sammy Co at 863-675-1112.

Freedom Fellowship events
Freedom Fellowship Ministries will have
a community outreach for needy families on
Saturday, Oct. 24, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Pork
sandwiches, baked beans, chips and drink

Submitted photo

Let's hear it for school bus safety!
The Hendry County School Board would like to recognize its school bus drivers,
substitute drivers, coaches, club sponsors, route managers, secretaries and
school bus maintenance department during National School Bus Safety Week.
These folks are a valuable part of our school system whom are dedicated to stu-
dent safety. They provide safe transportation for our most precious cargo. Our
school system employes over 80 bus drivers and substitutes which transport
4,475 students over 950,000 miles each school year including extra curricular
activities. The School District is very blessed to have such dedicated and caring
people working for our school system.

will be available for $5 a plate. Desserts will
be available and sold separately. All pro-
ceeds will go to help needy families during
the Christmas season through Freedom Fel-
lowship Counseling Center and Food Bank.
Freedom Fellowship will also celebrate
the churches ten year anniversary on Oct. 25
beginning at 10:45 a.m.
Pastor Marsha Edgar, who with her hus-
band Daryl founded the church, will be
bringing the message in the morning service.
There will be dinner on the grounds follow-
ing the service and a service of celebration
in the evening with singing, testimonies and
worship. All are welcome to attend. Pastor
Mike White says if you have attended the
church before or are looking for a place to
worship this would be a great time to join
them. For more information on these events
call 863-612-9899.

Harvest festival planned
Harvest Fall Festival Carnival Oct. 25 Sun-
day, at 6 p.m. LaBelle Assembly of God, 123
Fraser Ave. across from the Edward Upthe-
grove Elementary School.
Free hot dogs, games, and lots of candy!
Wear your favorite costume and enjoy an
evening of family fun. Everyone welcome
and everyone is a winner. The best games
anywhere, made by Alex and Denise Ro-
driguez and Clan members Daniel, Caleb,
Nicole and Kristen. The people of LaBelle
Assembly labor in love with them running
the games! Everyone welcome, For more in-
formation Call 675-0900.

Clergy appreciation
Prevailing Word Christian Center cele
brates Clergy Appreciation Day by honoring
Pastor Mazie Ford Oct. 25 at 10 a.m.
All are welcome to join them as they
show support for God's handmaiden. The
church is located at 262 Tobias Ave. at the
corner of Lee St., in Moore Haven.

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Edward Lee Furman, 78
ASHTABULA, Ohio Edward Lee Furman,
age 78, of Ashtabula, Ohio, peacefully went
home to be with his Lord Jesus Christ, Thurs
day, Oct. 15, 2009, at
Hope Hospice
House in Cape Co-
ral, Fla., after a cou-
rageous fight against
multiple illnesses.
Born Aug. 13,
1931, in Augusta,
Ga., the son of the
late Clarence and
Catherine (Crowley)
Furman. Edward
was a loving son,
husband, father, brother, grandfather and great
grandfather who cherished every moment spent
with family and friends.
An Ashtabula resident for most of his life, Ed-
ward was a member of the U.S. Army during
the Korean War. He was employed by Conrail,
formerly New York Central Railroad of Ashtabu-
la, Ohio. He retired to LaBelle, Florida where he
enjoyed boating on the beautiful Caloosahatch-
ee River and soaking up the sun on the white
sandy beaches of Naples.
Survivors include is wife, Rose (Pretz) Furman,
of LaBelle, Fla; his sister, Mary and Gary Web-
ster; his brother, Donald and Vicki Furman of
Saybrook, Ohio; his children, Edward Jr. and
Tena Furman, of Ashtabula, Ohio, Emily Luce of
Ashtabula, Ohio, Hope Furman of Ashtabula,
Ohio, Michele and William Bart of LaBelle, Fla.,
James Furman of Conneaut, Ohio, Vernon and
Susie Furman of Geneva, Ohio, Karl and Leah
Furman of LaBelle, Fla., Katrina and Phillip Tay-
lor of LaBelle, Fla., Mary and Chris Kibler of Ash-
tabula, Ohio. He is also survived by 24
grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren; and
several nieces and nephews.
Although greatly missed by his survivors, he
was willingly released to God to reunite with
family and friends who went before him. Ed-
ward was preceded in death by his parents; his
first wife, Catherine Munger; and five brothers,
Vernon, James, Harry, William and Charles Fur-
Funeral Services will be 9 a.m., Saturday, Oct.
24, at Our Mother of Sorrows Church, Ashtabu-

la. Visitation will be from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8
p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, at Astabula Home of Flem-
:,- P illnr, n,r,-ir-,l Drectors, Inc., 526 West
S I- .i i .i., Ohio, 44004.
Arrangements by Akin-Davis Funeral Home -
Joan Marie Pind, 52
LABELLE Joan Marie Pind, age 52, of La-
Belle, passed away Oct. 5, 2009, in LaBelle.
She was born Aug. 11, 1957, in Kissimmee,
the daughter of the late Frank Irwin and Edith
(Standridge) Griffith. Mrs. Pind married George
Pind. She was a homemaker,
Survivors include her husband, George Pind;
mother, Edith Griffith; sons, Frank Frederick,
Danny Balliet, Lonnie Pind, Kevin Pind, T ,.
Fordham, and Leo Alaniz; daughters, i-111.
Fordham, Cassandra Tooke, Rachel Frederick,
and Shonda Pind; and one brother, Jessie Pos-
ey; and 15 grandchildren.
Graveside services were held Friday, Oct. 9,
2009 at Fort Denaud Cemetery in LaBelle with
Rev. Clifford Avery officiating. Interment fol
lowed in Fort Denaud Cemetery, LaBelle.
Arrangements by Akin-Davis Funeral Home -
Glenn Wesley Hollingsworth, 86
LABELLE Glenn Wesley Hollingsworth,
passed away Thursday, October 15, 2009, in
Cape Coral. He was
He was born July
17, 1923 in White
Star, Ky., son of the
late Earnest Hubert
Hollingsworth and
the late Flossie Irene
(Smith) Hollings-
worth. He served
during World War II
in the Marine Corps,
4th Division. Glenn
grew up in and
graduated from
high school in
Lynch, Ky He also graduated from Western
Kentucky Universit -1 .. i I,. ,,,
and coached at ,i-.- .i i .. i ...
owned Gulf View Restaurant in LaBelle and
Town and Country men's clothing store in Fort

Church Briefs

Freedom Fellowship
plans activities
On Saturday, Oct. 24, Freedom Fellow
ship Counseling Center and Food Bank's
Community Outreach for Needy Families
will have a barbecue sat Barron Park from
11 a.m.-2 p.m. Enjoy pork sandwiches,
baked beans, chips and a drink for just $5
per plate. Desserts will be sold separately.
All proceeds go to needy families during the
holiday season. For advance tickets call 863-

Song ministry at
Community Harvest
Community Harvest Worship Center, 55
Orange St., will present the Mercy Mountain
Boys as they minister in song at 6 p.m. Oct.

25. Call 675-0938 for information.

Myers. He served as a parole and probation offi-
cer for 20 years in the Hendry, Glades, Palm
Beach and Collier Counties.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary
Virginia Hollingsworth; son, Wesley Hollings-
worth; brothers, Ernest Hollingsworth Jr. and
Joe Hollingsworth; and sister, Mary Lee Hol-
lingsworth Phillips.
Survivors include son, Robert Ernest Hollings-
worth and wife Marilyn of LaBelle; sister, Shirley
Hollingsworth Troglia of Atlanta, Ga.; grandchil-
dren, Nathaniel Hollingsworth and wife Aman-
da of Dillard, Ga., and Cody Hollingsworth of
LaBelle; step grandchild, William Watson of La
Belle; and step great-grandchild, Dalton Watson
of LaBelle.

Funeral services were 11 a.m. Monday, Octo-
ber 19, 2009, at Fort Denaud Cemetery in La-
Belle. Pastor W T Maddox Jr. and Pastor Benny
Anthony officiated. Military Honors were ren
dered by American Legion Post 130 of LaBelle.
Interment followed in Fort Denaud Cemetery,
Arrangements by Akin-Davis Funeral Home,
Virginia 'Ginnie' Pavey
LABELLE -A memorial service in honor of
Virginia "Ginnie" Pavey will be 2 p.m., Oct. 30, at
Maple Corner Clubhouse, 1 mile north of
bridge, LaBelle, for all friends and family. The
Reverend Don Murray will be officiating.

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October 22, 2009

Community Briefs

Captain Hendry dinner set
The Education Center of Southwest Flor-
ida, Inc., (ECSWF) is planning its annual
Captain Hendry Dinner to benefit the educa-
tion center. The event will take place at the
Captain Hendry House Dec. 3 beginning at
5:30 p.m. Mark your calendars! More details

Wanna be an actor?
AUDITIONS being held, Wednesday,
Nov. 4, from 4-6 p.m. and Thursday, Nov. 5
from 5-7 p.m. for three teenage girls, three
women who could range from 20 to late 50s
and two middle aged men for Break A Leg
by Bob Cramer. "See what happens when
a 'seasoned Hollywood star gets stranded
in a small town." Mr. Cramer is a local play
wright from Lake Wales. Performances
are Jan. 22, 23, 24, 29, 30 and 31, 2010 at
N. Bridge St., LaBelle. These audition dates
don't work for you? Call 863-675-3066, leave
a message, and we'll contact you. Not inter-
ested in performing? We are always looking
for enthusiastic people to assist with meet-
ing and greeting, directing, set design, props,
etc. Call us!

Sign up for Salvation Army
Christmas project
The Salvation Army LaBelle will begin ac-
cepting applications for those in need of as-
sistance for Christmas gifts this year for their
children. If you are in need of assistance
please come to one of our sign-up dates: Oct.
28, (2-4 p.m.); Nov. 13, (2-4 p.m.); Nov. 18,
(4-6 p.m.); Dec. 5, (10 a.m.-12 p.m.); Dec.
9, (24 p.m.).
Applicants are asked to bring a photo ID,
social security cards for all in household (if
applicable), proof that the child resides in
the home (school registration, birth certifi-
cate, etc.), and any proof of income (if ap-
Please call us at 863-674-1441 if you have
any questions.

Caloosa Belle

looking for individuals, groups or organiza-
tions to ring the bells for one day with 10
-one hour slots. If you or your organization
are interested in ringing the bells, please call
our office at 863-674-1441. The campaign
begins November 12 and runs through De-
cember 24.
Also, if you are interested in sponsoring a
family for a Thanksgiving Food Box or spon-
soring a family for Christmas Gifts or Food
Box please stop by or call 863-674-1441.
They anticipate a huge need in our area this
Thank you as always for your continued
support of The Salvation Army LaBelle.

Give blood
Come to the blood drive at U-Save su
permarket Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10 a.m.-4
p.m. Look for the big red bus. Donors will
receive a mini-physical including a blood
pressure check, pulse reading, iron level
testing, cholesterol and diabetes screening
and a free Got Blood T-shirt while supplies
last. Photo ID required.

Enjoy steak dinner
Come to VFW Post 10100, SR 20 next to
the rodeo grounds, Friday, Oct. 23, for Mar-
vin's Steak Dinner at 5 p.m. Cost is $8.
On Saturday, Oct. 24, come to the Hal-
loween party with 2 Sharps at 5 p.m.

Be part of Kids Fest
Please join us in a fund raising event to
benefit. Kid Care Programs Seacoast Na-
tional Bank is sponsoring Kid's Fest Satur-
day, Nov. 14, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Barron Park.
Enjoy games, crafts, food, bounce house,
dunk tank (dunk your teachers). Come join
the fun!!
Children of all ages are invite! All prof
its will be donated to Hope Hospice Kids
Care Programs. Vendors and sponsors are
needed. To become a participating vendor
or sponsor, please call: 863-675-2300.

All you can eat for $6. Public welcome. Lo-
cated at 699 Hickpoochee Ave. (SR 90).

All Star Cheerleaders
The Universe All Star Cheerleaders will
be working at the McDonalds in LaBelle on
Oct. 27 from 5-8 p.m., as a fundraiser to help
with the cost of upcoming competitions.
Please come to dinner with your families
and help support local youth. Also, there will
be a table for anyone interested in the Uni
verse All Star organization.

Soil board to meet
The Hendry Soil and Water Conserva-
tion District will hold its regularly scheduled
Board meeting on October 22 at 1 p.m. in
the large conference room of the Dallas B.
Townsend Agricultural Building.

4-H Love-A-Horse Club
If you do not own a horse and are inter-
ested in learning about horses this club is
for you. The 4 H members will learn about
safety, equipment, hoof care, health, nutri
tion, as well as grooming.
The club will meet on Nov. 7, from 10-
11:30 a.m, at Maria Fundora's home, 1463
Oak Ave NW, LaBelle (Muse area) and is
open to Hendry and Glades County youth.
For further information please contact the
LaBelle 4-H Office at 674-4092.

Silver Spurs Horse 4-H Club
If you are ages 8-17, as of Sept. 1, and en
joy horses this club is for you. The 4-H mem
bers will learn safety, hoof care, equipment,
nutrition, health, and horsemanship. 4-H'ers
will also participate in trail rides and other
horse recreational activities.
The club will meet on Nov. 7, from
noon-l:30 a.m., at Maria Fundora's home,
1463 Oak Ave NW, LaBelle (Muse area) and
is open to Glades and Hendry County youth.
For further information please contact the
LaBelle 4-H Office at 674-4092.

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Unit 130, Breakfast buffet on Sunday, Nov. 1,
holiday volunteers from 8-11 a.m. American Legion Post 130 is resuming its
It's that time of year again! The Salvation Menu of scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, fish fries again from October-December ev-
Army LaBelle is looking for volunteers for its home fries, grits, sausage gravy, chipped ery Friday 5-7 p.m. Come to the post home
annual Christmas Kettle Campaign. They are beef, biscuits, pancakes and coffee and juice. on SR 80. and enjoy.

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October 22, 2009

Submitted photo/Steve Nisbet, Jr.

Shannon Renee Memorial Barrel Race
The Shannon Renee Memorial Barrel Racing event was held Saturday, Oct. 17,
at the Glades-Hendry Arena to benefit the children of Shannon Renee who was
killed in a car accident last year. Her sisters, Ashley Lott and Amanda Hoffman,
and mother, Theresa Reynolds, hosted the event. The Hendry County Rodeo
Association provided the arena for the evening. For more information on join-
ing the Hendry County Rodeo Association please visit
Pictured from left to right are the winners and Shannon's family: Ashley Gregg,
Jill Faver, Tiffany Dunham, Chris Caldwell, Ashley Lott, Theresa Reynolds, Lane
and Cypress (Shannon's children), Amanda Hoffman, and Katie Rimes.

Upcoming events for Lucy's Angels

OCA plans potluck
The Ortona Community Association will
hold its first membership meeting of the sea
son with a potluck dinner on Wednesday,
Oct. 28. at 6 p.m. Please bring a covered
dish or a dessert to share. A meat entree and
beverages will be furnished. A short program
will follow. Meetings are held at the Ortona
Firehouse/Library on Coffee Mill Hammock
Rd. (Highway 78A). All are welcome!

Gardeners to meet
The Greater Garden Club of LaBelle
will meet Monday, Oct. 26, at the Dal-
las Townsend Center at 7 p.m. The guest
speaker Larry Yarger from ECHO has lived
in Southeast Asia, South America, Central
America and Mexico. Larry's program will
concentrate on kitchen gardens and con-
tainer gardening.
Come Bring a friend and join in a fun-
filled evening, refreshments and a plant
exchange (If you have a plant to exchange
-great if not come anyway, you'll come
away with one or more). For more informa-
tion call President Terri at 863-675-2392.

After school camp offered
Universal All Star Cheerleaders offers af-
ter school kids camp for school age kids for
$40 per week. Homework time, play time
and movie time. UAC is still taking sign ups
for the competitive cheer team. Come by the
gym, 110 South Industrial Loop Road, 3-5
p.m. or call 863-673-1197.

Animals found
The Hendry County Sheriff's Office has
recovered 2 horses and 1 cow from roaming
loose off the roadways in Hendry County. If
you have lost any animals, please contact
the Sheriff's Office at 674-5600 or 805-5000.

Class of 1989 20th Reunion
Friday, Oct. 23 Homecoming Football
Game; Saturday, Oct. 24 Family BBQ at
Franklin Locks; Multi Class Reunion Party
with Dinner and DJ (80s music and Kara
oke) at Olivia's, Port LaBelle Inn. Sunday,
Oct. 25 Brunch at Olivia's. For more infor-
mation: Email LHS1989cowboys@yahoo.
com or contact Jeni Davidson Dyess at 863-

Give a memory for Christmas
Derek's Detailing is hoping to give back to
the community this Christmas. Please bring
an unwrapped gift or $10 to the shop at 283
S. Bridge St., any Sunday from 10 am.-3 p.m.
Toys collected will be delivered to local kids
in need on Christmas.

Please recycle
Additional public recycling containers
have been placed on Cemetery Road at the
request of Ft. Denaud area residents. News-
paper, aluminum/steel cans, plastic, card-
board and glass items are accepted. Please
rinse containers before recycling. Please call
863-675-5252 if you have any questions.

*Florida Community Bank in LaBelle will
be selling Hand Made Breast Cancer Brace-
lets for $15 each, $5 from each bracelet sold
will be donated to Lucy's Angels. Lucy's An-
gels information and walkathon forms can
be picked up from there also.
Suncoast Bank in LaBelle will be sell-
ing World's Finest Chocolate Bars for Lucy's
Angels. Lucy's Angels info and walkathon
forms can be picked up from there also.
Barron Library in LaBelle will be selling
keepsake items for Lucy's Angels and will
host a Dessert Auction on Oct. 27 at 6 p.m.
If you would like to donate a dessert for the
auction, contact the Barron Library at 863-

675-0833. Lucy's Angels info and walkathon
forms can be picked up from there also.
On Nov. 7, they will be having a yard
sale at Family Health Centers in LaBelle, next
to Winn Dixie. If you would like to donate
items for the sale, call Alex at 239-225-8645
or Amanda 863-673-3376.
On Saturday, Jan. 23, 2010, they will be
having their Third Annual Bosom Buddies
Walkathon. Forms can be picked up at FCB,
Suncoast Bank, and the Barron Library in
** If you would like to volunteer for Lu-
cy's Angels or have any further questions,
please contact Alex at 239-225-8645.

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and dental services provided on site.

eorge and Emily Jo Bauer, of Sebring,
celebrated their 50th anniversary
September 20th with their family. Their
children hosted the golden celebration in
Tampa, where the couple renewed their vows
and enjoyed a dinner reception.

Emily Jo Howard and George W Bauer
were married on September 20, 1959 at the
First Christian Church in LaBelle by Reverend
Robert Dosh. They have three children:
George Bauer and wife Wendy of Sebring;
James Bauer and wife Emily of Sebring; and

Dee Dee Shapiro and husband Stephen of
Virginia Beach. They have six grandchildren:
Taylor, Connor, Ariel, Hannah, Jamie, and
Sarah, all of Sebring.

George and Emily Jo are enjoying retired
life, which includes spending time with their
They can be reached at emilyjobauer@


Cowboys bow to Lemon Bay, Sport Shorts

gear up for Homecoming

by Patty Brant Phillips, w
Caloosa Belle back gami
It was another close game for the Cow rushing an
t me for the Cow- 26 yards. C
boys against Lemon Bay Friday, Oct. 16, but offense we
mistakes keep holding them back. In the Defensiv
end it was Lemon Bay, 16-7. jandro Mo
According to Head Coach Hal Bennett, week and i
two defensive and one offensive mistake player" He
made the difference in the game. He feels sisted tackle
that youth and frustration with the season Michael Pit
caused the mistakes. He is very proud, how- of the Wee
ever, when he says his team "played real week Pittm
hard." moved froi
He said they will be working on reinforc- up and is n
ing their skills; working to avoid the mis- enall 0tac
takes and penalties that give life back to the for football
Cowboys' opponents, said.
One personal foul killed a drive and cost Special
the Cowboys a scoring opportunity Friday Player of tt
night, junior Jam,
He also said they will be working on the had all goo
field goal unit to improve their snap and Practice
hold. Coach said the field goal unit is a valueu of the We
able weapon" for the team. Smith is a:
Robert Facundo is a rookie at the kick- fensive/d'
ing position, but Coach Bennett praised the lineman.
work he's been doing. He added the extra
point to Jordan Phillips' one-yard scoring
This Friday the Cowboys will meet Gate-
way Charter School.
It is a district game as well as Homecom-
ing. Coach Bennett said his team will be al-
most whole after several injuries sidelined
players. However, he said he thinks Dale
Thompson will require another week to al Alejando
low an ankle injury suffered in the Dunbar Moreno
game to heal.
Coach Bennett said Gateway Charter is
"definitely beatable," but the Cowboys will
have to minimize their mistakes.
There has been considerable progress
in that area, he commented. The Cowboys
fumbled 12 times against Dunbar. This past
week there were no turnovers at all against
Lemon Bay "a big positive," the coach not-
ed, that shows the boys have been working
hard. James
Offensive Player of the Week: Jordan Hester

ho had a tremendous quarter-
e with 21 carries for 100 yards
d completed 2 out of 3 passes for
coach added that he managed the
ve Players of the Week: junior Ale-
reno is steadily improving every
s becoming a "heck of a football
had four solo tackles and four as-
es this past week. Junior safety,
tman shares the Defensive Player
ek honor. Coach said week after
an gets better and better. He was
-n linebacker to safety, picked it
ow a starter. He had a phenom-
des (2 for losses) and has a "nose

he Week:
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d snaps.
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senior of



LHS JV Cowboys beat Tigers, 14-12

The LaBelle High School Junior Varsity
football team beat the Clewiston Tigers 14-
12 Oct. 15 at home.
Patrick Graham turned in two touch-
downs for the game. A two-point conver-
sion by Tyler O'Ferrell were enough to put
the game in LaBelle's winning column.
Coach Maurice McLain said it was a
back and forth game, but things got exciting
when Lenel Jones deflected a pass attempt
by Clewiston for a two point conversion that
would have tied up the game.

For the evening Zavarius Philius turned in
8 tackles; William Podubynskyj had 6 tack
les; and Lenel Jones had 5 tackles to bring
home the win.
Tonight, Thursday, Oct. 22, the JV will
meet Cardinal Mooney at home. Game time
is 6 p.m.
Coach McLain said his team is working
on maintaining ball control, increasing of-
fensive time on the field, racking up points
and running out the clock.

Pop Warner play offs
Division II playoffs LaBelle Longhorn Se-
nior Midget team will host Lehigh Raiders at
Davis-Pratt Field Oct. 24, 7 p.m. Come sup-
port your Longhorns.

Volunteer for Junior Pro
Junior Pro basketball will be sending
registration forms to all the elementary
schools for all kids K-8 interested in basket-
ball. Coaches are needed for grades K-2, 3-5
and 6-8 and girls 3-8. referees, scorekeepers
and other helpers are also needed. Please
call Darrell Harris at 675-2565 or Pat Lang-
ford at 675-1686 if you're interested.

Caloosa Chase coming up
Come run in the Caloosa Chase Saturday,
Oct. 31, at 8 a.m. at LaBelle High School.
This is a fund-raiser for the LHS Cross Coun-
try teams. Entry fee before Oct. 27 is $15.00
and $12.00 for youth under 18 years of age.
Race day registration is $20.00 for every-

one. Make checks payable to: LaBelle High
Enjoy the scenic course with awards to
the top Overall male and female runner, age
group awards three deep, great door prizes
donated by local merchants and plenty of
refreshments after the race.
T-shirts guaranteed to the first 60 entries,
for more information call Jef Frost at LaBelle
High School @ 863-674 4120. Male/Female
age groups: 10 and under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-
29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+ (male
Pick up your entry form at LHS and mail
them to: LaBelle High School/CC5K, 4050
E.Cowboy Way, LaBelle FL 33935.

Preseason soccer
Come to the preseason classic for boys
soccer at LHS Nov. 3: 5:00 Riverdale vs.
Clewiston, 6:30 LaBelle vs. Lake Placid; Nov.
4: 5:00 LaBelle vs. Riverdale 6:30 Clewiston
vs. Lake Placid.



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10 Caloosa Belle October 22, 2009

It's homecoming week at LaBelle High School

Homecoming Week at LaBelle High
School is here! Homecoming Week began
Monday, Oct. 19 and ends with the annual
Homecoming Dance Saturday, Oct. 24. Each
Day at LHS is special, with theme days and
nighttime events.
Monday was Pajama Day. Kids wore
their your favorite, but school appropriate,
bedtime apparel. Slippers were fine no pil
lows. Tuesday was Opposite Day. Teachers
dressed like students, students dressed like
teachers, you get the idea. What about a
running shoe on one foot and a dress shoe
on the other? Wednesday is the always pop-
ular Sport's Day. Students wore their favorite
team's clothing and supported their favorite
Thursday is Character Day. Dress like
your favorite TV personality, movie idol or
cartoon character. No masks, please. Friday
is traditionally Spirit Day and time to show
your Cowboy pride. Proudly wear the red
and white. There will be a pep rally in the
afternoon in the gym with a chance for each
class to show which has the most school
This is just the beginning though, as we
have a lot more planned for Homecoming
Week. Wednesday was a big sport's day as
the annual Boy's Volleyball and Girl's Pow-
derPuff football games were played. Brag-
ging rights for the entire year are at stake in
these events. Beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the
LHS gym, the Freshman boys took on the
Sophomore boys. Who's the best team?
The boys must win two out of three games

Cross Country

team continues

to do well

At the Mariner Invitational Saturday,
Oct. 17, the LHS Girls Cross Country team
finished ninth out of 15 teams. With cooler
temperatures all runners ran their best or
close to their best race of the year.
LaBelle's first three girls came in below
the 24 minute mark (not one had done it
prior to this race). Ashley Golemme lead the
way with a time of 23:29; she was followed
by Cory Taylor 23:48 and Karina Barron
23:52. Socorro Ruiz was next in for the Cow
girls with her best time of 24:46. Emily Hull
and Dani Bennett were next in with times of
26:24 and 26:44 respectively.
The Boys team finished in sixth place out
of 20 teams. Only two schools finished ahead
of LaBelle that are in their district. They were
Cypress Lake and Immokalee High Schools
(Estero was not at the race).
Gabriel Barron ran well and placed in
the top ten (8th) with a time of 17:20. Ca-
leb Baker continues to improve and finished
fourteenth with a time of 17:43. Carlos San-
tillan (19:13), Chris Timms (19:34) and Da-
vid Miller (19:34) finished the scoring for the
Cowboys. Nacho Acosta (19:55) and Nik
Loredo (19:59) also ran well. Both teams
will next compete at Estero on Tuesday, Oct.
20 in a pre-district race (Districts will be ran
on the same course on Friday, Nov. 6.

to prove who is best. In the second set of
games the Senior boys took on the Junior
Following the conclusion of the last Vol
leyBall game, there was the extremely popu-
lar Girl's PowderPuff football game. The girls
check their manners at the gate and come
in ready to play hard. The action began with
the Freshmen girls taking on the Sophomore
girls. Finally, the Freshman girls got to play in
the game instead of just watching. The final
game of the night featured the Junior girls
and the Senior girls.
Friday will also be a very enjoyable part
of Homecoming Week. During all lunches,
we will have Karaoke, presented by the men
who will DJ the Homecoming Dance. Last
year we did it for the first time and it was
a huge success. A lot of fun was had by all
who attended. At 4 p.m. there will be the an
nual Homecoming Parade down Main Street
and into Barron Park. There will be class
floats, Homecoming Court members, hon-
ored alumnus and a few surprises. Come
and join in the fun! At 7:30 p.m. the an
nual Homecoming football game will begin
against Gateway Charter School. Halftime
will feature the introduction of the Home-
coming Court and the crowning of the King
and Queen. This night is sure to be a very

special night.
Homecoming Week concludes with the
Saturday night Homecoming Dance. Stu-
dents will try to transform the LaBelle High
School cafeteria into a special place. This
year's theme is "Night at the Carnival." It is
a semiformal event and tickets went on sale
October 19 for $13, or two tickets for $25.
Tickets will be available at the door the night
of the event, but will cost $20. Students at
LaBelle High School and alumni are wel-
come to attend.
The members of Student Government
have been working hard to make this the
best Homecoming ever with class contests
each day of Homecoming Week. All the
members of the winning class earnrf the
coveted Spirit Trophy. All the students in the
winning class will also receive a special ice
cream reward. One contest will be "Who's
Your Daddy," a trivia contest with pictures of
the fathers of some of the staff members at
LaBelle High School. If you have any ques-
tions about the activities of Homecoming
Week, please contact Mel Greenleaf, Student
Government Sponsor. He can be reached at
LaBelle High School by calling 674-4120. We
want to thank the entire LaBelle community
for their support of the activities of LaBelle
High School.

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$64000 THIS VERY SPACIOUS 4 bed-
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require 3rd party approval 200910188

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fenced 043 aO r f bautul oaks and nce
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storage shed #20086(6041

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MANUFACTURED $395,000 4800 Sq. Ft.
HOMES Steel Bldg on fenced 1
$59,000 3/2 n Ortona Ac Industrial, Short Sale.
$64,900 Nw M1H on Appro"ed
/2 ac offSR29 $399,000 4.5Ac, 2400
79,900- 3/2 n2 Steel Bldg Industrial,
SMus Posble Lease Option.
89,000 3/2 In Moore REDUCED $399,000 -
Haven Yacht Club 1200
Sq Ft. Pio 1
$117,000 4/2 Newer .toct on 2 A,
iatnH n A eler $59,000 3 Ac+/ with
Motivated Bdg onr 29, C on
REDUCED! $119,000 $670 5
3/2 on 2 '/2 Ac Recent $675,000 5 At +/
Update, 1436 Sq Ft iustrial Wille, Sl
Cleared & Ftled, See
$150,000 3/2 on 6 Ac, Financing
Marshall Field Rd. Seller WATER ONT
Ftinating 0 OT
$375,000 3/2 on 30 Ac $55,000 2/2 MI in
in Muse, Oaks, Creek, & Rier Oaks/Ortona, now
Great Pasture atrfrot1
HOMES 159,000- Over I ac. on
$39,000 Wl the man rver, F Denaud
9,000 Well man- Rd.
ta.ned Country Village 8 t Manutfe
2/2 tared home on r ac,
$69,000 2/2 Great Ortona
Starter mn Port LaBcllc.
SoPot, Lt $192,500 Old Ft.
$69,000 3/2 in town, Dentud IAt
....... it.
0199,000 lldden
$74,000 2/2 in Port Ha ock l Ac wdock
LaBelle, large porch $395,000 High
$79900-N ,'32 s95,000 High
079,900 Newer 3/2, Elevation with long
built in 2005, Short Sale es, 5Ac.
$129,000 3/2 Modlar, 499,000 Eagle Point
Make Offr. IAc Deep Water &
$135,000 CBS 3/2 w/2 Protected Harbor w/ Lg
car garage on 2 ac, Short Dock,
Sale. $389,000 3/2 Super
$157,500 3/2 in Laurel CBS River Home w/pool
Oaks, needs TIC, Seller on Oxbow w/dock on
Ftrnancing doublelot.
'" ""'UNL' $425,000 3/4 in Ft.
I D)enaud on 2.6+/- ac
CONTRACT with 228 ft iverfront.
$179,900 1/2 in Muse $695,000 Spetatular 7
Country Cainon2+Ac Ac Pasture w/Oaks, 500
REDUCED $189,900 Ft on the River, Below
3/2 on 2 8 Ac in Pt Appraisal.
LaBelle Ranchettes t., .
adjoin, greenbelt. :, SQLD I ..
$225,000 -3/2 in Gated .
Iverbend Estates Seller Dock, Rally Pvatc.
says Make Offer LTS & LAND
$299,000 Country $4,900 Moore Haven
home on At. tany YachtClublot
upiatrs, newr roof or $5,900 Port Laielle
2,000 s. ft. & 2 car ots, Seller financing
ga ag. $9,900 Mobile home
lilts, uth of tt n
,, 13,500 1.25 Ac in

COMMERCIA $49,000 2 2 Ae Rural
INDUSTRIAL Restdentral Fenced
$119,000 1/2 Acre $65,000 1.2 ac on
Cormmercial Lot on Fernwo.l Grteat bu~
DIaies St. $69,000 Estate
199,000 Vacant 2 ac. Homesote in Oak Haen.
on SR 80, just west of 2 ac with great oaks.
town $83,000 6.5 Ac Very
. ,. Private, FRD
SOLD $100,000 2.5 Ac IIwy
-2 27, Clcwiston
269,000 State Road 80 $125,000 Ft Denaud
Corner / Ac, B1 w/bill Acres, 8 ac, private loca-
board ncomet tion
$395,000 I ac on Man $495,000 Development
St., busy downtown loca Potential Platted lots on
tion w/older bldg. 16+/ Ac.

ern Banky Lie Real Estate Broker
Associates: Shaty Weckwerth; Susan Hill,
Nick Rota, Lisa Andrews, Sandra Alexander
and Role Cisneros



October 22, 2009




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acre/ fruit trees +3 home n quiet area home w/pool on
car detached Country living close 1.5+ ac. Covered
garage Great to town Short notice dock & boat slipon
neighborhood to show 246'+/- rverfront.

863-675-0898 OFC
NIKKI YEAGER, Broker Assoe. PAUL ROGER, Broker
239/564-2005 cell 239/504-2002 cell

180 N Bridge St
EBT^A ) ~LaBelle,FL
LAND CO. _...T (863) 675-6788
Donna Kane, Broker; Assoc: Trisha Arnold, Denise Walker,
Beverly Curtis, Wayne Simmons, & Telina Campos

MANUFACTURED HOMES fenced back vard The
Large families? No prob- 30x40 garage includes
lem! Two newer Palm pool table, stereo system,
Harbor homes on 24+ tv and more $82,900
acres. One 4 Bd/3.5 Ba 3BR/2BA on 2.5 acs in
with upgrades throughout Pioneer $75,000
+ 30 x 50' workshop. COMMERCIAIANDUSTRIAL
Home #2 is a 3Bd/2Ba Development potential
split floor plan Both 82+/ ac high density
homes are in wonderful future land use.
condition. Enjoy peaceful $975,000.
country living! $425,000. 1.15 +/- acs commercial
3BR/2BA w/den on 10 property w/Cowboy Way
acs, workshop, pond, frontage $575,000.
additional homesite Newer 1200 sq. ft build-
$249,900. ing on 2.09 acres in a loca-
Furnished 3BR/2BA oon ion with promising
5 acs. Features include growth $275,000
large front porch, wrap Location with a Future'
around deck, galvalume .90 acre in the city limits
roof $139,900 offering 200' ON SR 80
fenced .50 ac. Convenient $289,000.
to town $112,000 Business office and
3BR/2BA doublewide additional site, located
M/H on 2.5 +/- ac. one block off SR 80
$99,900 $200,000.
4 BD/2 BA home on .82 acre industrial par-
one fenced acre.Perfect cel on Industrial Loop.
for a large large family $150,000
$99,000 Lookingfor a bank
Immaculate 2BR/2BA foreclosure list
home on .60 ac with Come see us!
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Foreclosure Listings Avalable... $??I ann
LaBelle & Lehigh. Callfordetails! iLl. 1 T. itTi Wooded
... ih I. It .*i l 4 west. $245,000
. . .....i WATERFRONT LOT! Protected
M3BR/2U M, QF 5/LORIDA I w/direc access to
Ac $79,000 BANKO home
/? 2Nrfl~Cf \l r 'rw %I F buiinl a i l
S HOME town. $69,900
$69,500 ?BR T amflF' I Oaks &
I t I llI\t... ', **** 4BR/2BA HOME Spacious /large
Samly room. $119,900
S, ....... rI S' 3BR/2BA CUSTOM HOME built in
I.N \i. \Ni I'.*'IL'. 2006.$124,000
HOME. vcws of Intrarcoastl 2BR/2BA MANUFACTURED
Waterray & Ortona Iocks. $269,000 HOME on 2.5 +/ acres. $95,000
Si ,4ti i it. i 41 11 I hi in the country $169,900 POSSIBLE
,'r t.1 kl.! I.Ki: .* lII' Airei, cleared w/ fenre & pond.

HOME! 5.9+/- areas, screen patio,
covered front porch, fenced, work-
shop &detached garage. $229,000
12+/- AbJ A BREA CBS
HOME flE8UI ioB West!
3BR/2BA HOME ON 137+/-
i 4, HwI i
Acres in Feld. $739,900
3.36 AC t J $36,000
2 -/. AC,,i TNg FIfln rmnao'n

20.1 n a res, mult i-famrly re siential
lots $85,000
2.09 M/L ACRES w/large, beautiful
oaks. $58,520
64/- ACRES of Prime fertile land
in Felda, less than $8,600/ACRE.

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^' r, '" racIureonome MILLEK NIwIRCI LjA aaLac'
UNDER i $129,900 r
p orreo' B tmeA n 4/2 on 10+/ acr m Pioneer Plantaton With
in' "fRACT laring
a Corporale owned' 3/2 2005 CBS home in .
,, ..... Toforthepnceofoneo n ac 3/2 ellmamin
Sed tamed manufactured home + a 2/2 manufac
ools and shopping turdhome, $100,000
S4/2 on 10+/ acres m Pioneer Plantation With ........
SCorporate owned' 3/2 CB home on canal
Open flor plan with ceramic tle thru out 3B 2BA home on 2 29+ acres on Case Road
$48,000. $7,000.
HOMES UNDER immaculate 3/2 located in City of LaBelle on
SRverfront Immaculate 3/2 wateay estate CONTRACT oersed loeaures wdlike oong and car
on 114+/ acres outside of aI llle Home is SOLD!!! .. pen mter bhat has tiled showrder par ous
i kitchen and much much more Prced to sell at
"' IIN11RR frnn

* 1 rae I e a
caged pool, custom kitchen cabinets, grnite Greatnvostmcntpotentlal!llR/I11homcona
counter ops and lots more $349,900. corner lot Homes needs some work but is
SHorse loen, welcome' 4/2 5 on 3 24+ in Port prced to sell $17,000.
LaBelle Ranchettes 2,500 sq t of living area, 2 Corporate owned 2/1 on 35+/ of an acre
car garage, rap around porch and more loatedon main roadneardownton Ft Myers
$335,000. Nced some TC 12,500.
Corporate owned 3/2 CBS home on 648+/ Corprate owned 2/1 condo n central F
acres with pool and completely fenced My $9,700. $
$228,700. MOBILE HOMES 0
* 4/2 CBS home on 5 acres outside of LaBelle Ned more in room2152 q ft ofluxunr 2
Nced somc Tc I $107,500. a
SCozy 2/1 in Port LaBelle Completel redone
form top to bottom Have to ee $90,000.
S e 3/1 CBS in Port LaBelle Sellersays make *
offer' $80,000. r o 0 l. ho. e
Ufficr ,100. ac e wll surpn sev ou'2BR/2B homeonlO+/- $"
C UN R T .. ra.i r i y, well kept Feae a warm comfort-
CON AdT ..... able hing room w/gas replace, spacious
* Corporate Owned! 2/2 on 5+/ acre then, front & ealcovered porches $250,000
S CS LD *, Immaculate 4/2 on954acres Spauous livng 1
S.LD ,room, famy room w/replace, large master
* 3/2 on oversied comer lot n Port LaBelle suie, lts lots ofmore $199,900.
S SOLD!! ....... m bath ew carpet through out home o
SOLD!!! 149,900.
SOLDI!! 3/2 manufactured home on 4+/ acres in "
Muse Partially cleared and fenced $145,000.
S n il Relax the rural way Situated on 125 acs m *
... growing onura, beautiful new 2006 3/2 manu $

Let's make a deal' 3/2 home features built in
biners, large master bath, spacious kitchen,
d plenty of elbow mom Outside yo wil find

aven $50,000.
3/2 manufactured in city lmits Close to
hools shopping & easy access to SR80
Corporate owned' Located i Ortona 3/2 on
2+/ of an acre A little TL will bring this one
long way $28,970.
Call about our vacant land!
272+/ partially fnced acreage In Muse
29 +/ acre in Belmont S/D Pnced to sell at

bdrvision $35,000.
Nice 125+/- ac in Montura $8,000.
Call about our Port LaBelle lots!
Prime 20+/ a potential commermal parcel
cated near West Glades Eclm i Moue &]ust
mutes away from LaBelle $3.50 per sq ft.
Invest now build later Corner lot outside city
its near own 100,000.
2 ac located n City limits 7oned Indusral

kept three bedroom 2 bath 2005 manufactured home i. ready
foryou Iihs home is immaulate and needs a n owner The
20' x 20' carport is hurnianc rated along with the 11' x 20'
enoed workshop which is attached, $89,900
* IIlS IMMACIA.E1 IIOME, located on 2 8+/ acres ith many
rmagnicent old oaks is locatedin one of laelle premier neigh-

watch your lawn heng cut Inadulge yourselfin this perfeciv dec-
orated hke-amodel home with real teak loonng and cham-
pasgn carpeting Watch the deer roam in your back yard while
you curl up on your screened lanai 219,000

* LOTS OF ACRFAGE AND ROOM Ilif can he the way you
alwaydreamedt would e withthis family fendly ranch house

La[ hauty an intrcoastal waterway a glamorou pool and spa a
pnvate getaway location AJ. of those features are an integral

room, and a lulia Child Kitchen, 899,900
CRLL 863-675-4500

ana l Investments & Real Estate
700 S. Main Street LaBelle, FL 33935
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863-675-3339 6760 Santa Fe North
Corner of Cowboy Way & Cedarwood
Pkwy. Or call for directions.

LARGEI1 BRffurn. apt.
on Hall St. S, LaBelle. 5
mins. from shop., banks
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utlls, W/D, Direct TV.
$700/mo. 239-370-8532
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DRIVE 2BR2BA, w/of-
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pets, ref's, $850 mo. +
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LABELLE 2.5 acres,
3br, 2ba, Ig rooms, 40ft
covered porch, close to
town, $725/mo
LABELLE 3br, 2ba,
completely renovated,
new cabinets, porcelain
tile floors, & carpet,
very large room
throughout, $835/mo.
LABELLE Cottage, furn
or unfurn., Util pd to
incd Cable TV, House-
keeping & lawncare
mcld, $750/mo + sec.
LaBelle, 971 W. Cow-
boy Way. 6BR, 3BA,
2500 sq. ft. on 1 Acre.
A/C. C2 Zoning. Great
for business tool $800
mo. 239-588-0162
Nice area. C/Air. No
Pets, Non-smoking en-
vironment. $725/mo.
Margaret Barber Real
Estate. (863)675-5968

Cowboy Way & Kennedy
Blvd. Monthly includes
tax: 5'xlO' $42.80
8'xO' $53.50;0'xO'
$58.85; 8'x25 $96.30;
24 hr access $25
returnable ke depst.

Join all the people who
say, "I sold it in the
Shop from a gift catalog
that's updated regulaly:
the classifeds.

The cassifieds are the
most successful sales-
person in town.
Grab a bargain from your
neighbor's garage, attic,
basement or closet in
today's classified.

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go to

$5,000 for any mobile
home older than 1990.
Palm Harbor is
Distributing limited time
Stimulus to all Florida
Mobile Home owners.
800-622-2832 ext 210

It's never too late to find
the perfect gift. Look
for it in the classified.
GEORGIA home with
acreage. Nice, must
see. Priced right

LaBelle, in Double J When you want some-
Acres. 3BR, 2BA Home thing sold, advertise in
on 2.5 acres. $900 mo. the classified.
+ sec. (239)229-1916
Your new home could be
in today's paper. Have
^ you looked for it?

Office Bldg, Shop House 3/2, Ig carport, 2
and Parking fenced ac, half pasture,
(Out of City Limits) half irrigated, lots more
Phone: 863-675-2648 $75,000 863-675-2374



Sat, Oct. 31 & Sun, Nov. 1
1:00 to 3:00 PM
$3,000 certified funds required down on
each property. 5% buyer's premium.
All sales subject to seller's approval.
H&M AB110, B G Hudson, Jr AU230
PM HarvlIl SL534399, DT Webb BK534398, S W Marshall AU2939

4/3 pool home on 2.14
acres. $219,000.

Buy Now/Build Later
Port LaBelle, 10,000 FT.
VACANT LOT on paved
road w/utlities. Owner
Financing. Prce to sell!
Call Owner 863-673-5071

RANCHETTE 1.25 acre
Montura Ideal for RV,
Mobile or Primary Home.
Owner Financing 2,000
Down. 863-675-1107
Se Habla Espanol

For more listings,
go to

2BA w/Large outbuild-
ing, excellent condition,
I block to river. acre
fenced. No pets. Non
Smk. Env. Ref's, 1 year
lease, $700 mo. + $700
sec. (863)675-2392

A/C, Oak trees,
$140/wk, $200 dep.
Call (863)673-5704

LABELLE 3br/2ba, 1.5
acres, $875 mo. +
$875 dep.

Labelle New 3br/2ba
w/d, d/w, ac, 2.5 acres
fenced, deck, $800 mo.

4 acres, $450/mo +
sec. (863)673-1981

BA, sc. porch, in RV re-
sort. $450/mo + dep.
Call 863-673-6362 now!

LABELLE Crescent Acres
area, 2BR/2BA. Only
85 per wk. + dep. Call
863-673-6362 now!

MH 3BR/2BA, 25'
screened lanai, 28'
screened in ground pool,
incl. pool maint., 9725
mo. (863)675-0104

AQUA ISLES 2br, ba,
Adult park 55+, Pool
and Boat dock, $15,700
neg (863)675-2596


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carport, completely fur-
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go to

Cobia 16' fiberglass
boat w/trailer, canopy &
depth finder
$2700 863-612-1119

Swamp buggy, Chew
drag Truck, Gooseneck
trailer, Honda & Yama-
ha watercraft, 300 gal
diesel tank, 19 ft boat,
Quad rancher, Articulat-
ing Buggy w/floatation
tires. Call
239-503-1313 or
863-675-4345 for prices

For more listings,
go to

1996 Dark green. Fits
full sheets of drywall.
$675 (239)634-7623

For more listings,
go to

Will be aceptng bds for a John
Deemr 727A Commercial

Un Monday, O ber 26, 009,
to record a pat de repair bi
Machine wll be sold AS IS.
Plase submt all bids the
Fort Myers Servc Department
at 9501 Stahe Road 82,
Fort Mye, FL 3905
by noon on 10-26-09
Quesbons call Ron at
239 332 5045,
Note i hereby given that on
10/24/20 at 11.00 AM at FORT
merce Dre, LaBele, F,
863 675 1025, the ndersignd,
at Public Sale by competltve bidding,
the persona property heretore
stored with the undersignd by
8 Unts MILc Items
336174 CB 10/22/09

The Hendr County Hospital AU
thirty Board of Drecto wll con-
duct their regular monthly Board
meeting beglnnng al m on Mon
day -October 26th, in the alConfer
ene. Room at Hendr Regional
Medical r, 524 Wet Sagamore
Avenue, Clewst on, Florida,
336474 CB 10/22/09


Vew obiuaies
fom Ihe post monih Pa
hlpt ,Jl.egaocycom

wll hod a ng October 27, 2009 at 3 00 p mr,at e Hendr County
Courthouse Squ Rom #A 118 165 South Lee Street, LaBelle Florda,
If a peron decade to appeal any dison made by the Board with re-
spet to any matter dlCU d at such meeting, he/she wll need a record
of the proceedings, and that, for s-h purpose, heshe may need to ensure
th a at t re of he proceedings s made, which record includes
the tiestm and even upn with the appeal it be based
Hendry County Insurance Advlor Board
336851 CN/CB 10/22/09

BID NUMBER: 2010-02
OPENING DATE AND TIME: Nelmber 4, 2009 at 200 p.m.
Sealed Bids wdl be relved by the Board of County Comm. ownerss o
Hendr County, Florida, Supply anou Lcal Road Materals to Hendt
Couny In order to be considered, bds mut receive by the Board o
County Commsoner at the C E Hall Buding (Cler Office) n the Hend
ry County Courthoue Cmplex, 25 E Hlckphee Avenue Laelle, Forid
by November 4, 2009 at ,t which time all response to this re
uet wll be recorded in the presence of one or moEw1 Bid re
ceed after this date and time wll not be opened or considered
A co of the Instruction and Bid Duments can be obtained from tht
Heny CountPurchang Department located at 5 S Lee Street L
Belle, Florida (for pick up) post Office Box 2340, LaBelle, L 33975 (mal
ing address) or by calling (863) 675 5220 or (863) 983 1585
This solctation does nt commit Hendry County to award any contracts,
pay any s incurred in the preparation of a respon to this Bid, or t
contract for any ei es The County re the night to retec any or al
submittals received a result of this s`IItaton, or to cancel n part or ir
ts entirety this Bid, it is n the best nte of the Cunty to do so
Hendry County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
and Drug/Smoke Free Wor Place
Janet B Taylor, ChaIroman
Board of County Commisioners
336833 CB/CN 10/22,29/09

Bid No. 2010-04
Sealed bid wl e received by the Board of County Commn oner o
Henry County, Fonda, at the C, E Hall Buldng (Clerk' Offi) in tho
nd Cot Couhoue Coplx 2 E Hckphe e A LaBele, Fn
da 33935, until p m EST, Monday, November 30, 20O9, for %aBel
Sports Comlex Bids wll be opened on Monday Noember 30, 2009, a
Spm EST or horty theeafter, te Clers Ofc, Seond Flr of th
C E Hall Buldng n the Hendy County Courthou Comp 25 E Hick
phee Ave Lale, Flonda
A copy of the Bdder Instructon Splfaono and Bid Tuments ca
be obtained from the office of the Hendry County Purchasing Department
located at 165 Lee St LaBle, Florida 33935, Post Office Box 2340, La
Belle, Florida 33975, or by calling (863) 675 5220 or (863) 983 1585.
A Prebid Conference wll be held on Tueday, November 17, 2009, at
p m, at the Hendry LaBelle Recreaon Offe, 310 W Cowboy Way, La
Belle, Floreda. Propective bidder are stngly encouraged to attend.
The Board of County cammaoners reres the right to reect any or al
Bids, with or without u. and/or accept the Bid that, in Its judgment, wl
be n the bet interest of the County Bid awards will be made n acor
dance with Hendry County Ordinance N 2001-08
planet B, Taylor Chahrwoman
Board of CounComm oners
Hendry County, Florida
336879 CB/CN 10/22,29/09

RFQ 209-39
Notice i hereby gnen that there wll be a meeting for peentatlon by the
top three ranked firms epondgo the RFQ for Airport Developmen and
other rofeonal Engneeng Se es in Hendy County It will be held
on Monday, October 26, 2009 at 130 pm, n the Admstraon Confer-
ence R o Room #118, 165 S Lee Street, LaBee FL 33935
f a person ddes to appeal any deson made with rpet t any maer
considered at this meeting, he/she wll need a rerd of the proceedngs,
and that for h purpod, he/she may ned to ensure that a vbatm
record of the preedlngs ade, which eord include the teimony
and eIdene upon which the appeal s to be based
336836 CBCN 10/22/09

The Rerbend Etates H A, 1031 Rnrbend Dr, LaBelle hereby reque
Sfrom qualified indduas or cmpanles for lawn maintenance o
o er lots and araton cmmon area for a twe (I2) mnh
period for a guaranteed maximum pce
Interested bidders may ban a packed of information specng detald
from Greenlee. HOA vie president, 83-675-1081 E-mal
akemgreenlee@hotml cm Propoals are to be reelved by Nov 15
Riverbend H A reserves the right to reect any or al responses in its l
dsreton and o seTes the night to wave Iegularle and technealltle
and to re-adverse for addonal response
There wlbe no drnaon on the basis of ageace, color, x,
re on, national ori gn, dlabl or marta atu s
336725 CB 10/22/0










Caloosa Belle

October 22, 2009

Church Briefs

Christ Central plans Fall Fest
Christ Central LaBelle will host its annual
Fall Fest 09 at the Rodeo Grounds, Oct. 31,
from 5-9 p.m There will be food, fun and
more! Bounce houses, dunk tanks, games,
costume contest, live music and more! Also
candy, candy, candy! and it's free! Enjoy piz-
za, hot dogs, chili dogs, chili and nachos and
lots more. For questions please call the Christ
Central office at 863-675-2100.

Festival at First Christian
The First Christian Church of LaBelle, at
Ford and Lee Streets, will hold its annual Fall
Festival on Sunday, Oct. 25, from 4-6 p.m. Lots
of fun for everyone! In addition to the usual
games, food, cake walk and candy, this year
they are adding bounce houses, a dunk tank,
line dancing you will be learning the steps
- and the children's choir will be performing
and there will be several Bible characters, in
person, for you to speak o and prizes if you
can guess who they are. Please join us.

BID NUMBER: 2010-01
OPENING DATE AND TIME: November 18, 2009 AT 2:00 P.M.
Sealed Bds wl be received by the Board of County Commione of
Hendry Count Foida Supply Fuel to Hedry Coty. I orer tobe
onsdered, bd murt be by he Brd of Cou Co n
at the C E Ha Bld (Clerk's Offe) in the Hendry Conty Courthouse
Complex, 25E Hckpohee Avenue, LaBelle Flonda by Novembr 18, 2009
at 200 p.m. at which Ime al eponse t thl request I be orded in
the preene of one or more wne s ids receed after h date and
tme wl not be opened or wondered
A copy of the Instructos and Bd Documents can be obtained frm the
Hendry County Purhang department, loated at 165 S L Set La-
Bee, Florda (for pic up), Pot Ofe Box 2340, LaBele, Fl 33975 (malsng
dds) or by aing (863) 675 5220 or (863) 98358
This solicitaton does not mmt Hendry Count to award any contracts, to
pa y anycss nured in the reparaton of a respon to th Bid, or
onac for an se Cu reeves the roig to fee any or all
osmittals erev aa ult of this sh citaton, or to cane n part or n
its entity d, f t i n the bet nteret fthe County to do 5
Hendry Cunty is an Equal Opportunity Employer
and Drug/Smoke Free Work Place
Janet B. Tay or, Chalrwoman
Board of CountyCo ommissones
336832 CB/CN 10/22,29,11/5,12/09

(Fort Denaud Bridge Replacement)
Hendr Cunty wOll conduct a publc hearing for the pmpod New Rver
Coming bidge prove he heanng wll prode ererrd d n the
opotunty to express ilr views onrn ng the location, conceptua d
ign, ocal, ionom and elvronmenta effects of the proposed bridge
The hearing wll be held
Date/Time: Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 5 p m
Location' Hendry County Curthou LaBelle
CountyCmmsson Chambers
25 East Hkphe e ne (Corner of SR 80 andSR 29)
LaBelle, Florida
The proposed project nvole a new bridge across the CalohatIiee R
e olly known as the Oehobee Waterwa, nnectng R 80 and CR
Sn rthwestern Hendry County, Forida A study is curntly being on-
ducted to pride documented information necessary for Hendry County to
determine th ype, cation, and design of the proposed new bridge
Rght ofway acquLn is proposed. Potential enroahments on wetlands
and fldplar ns h been identified as a result of thi project and may be
given special conderaton under Exeutv Orders 11990 and 11988 Six
altematties are proposed. East Ateates 2, and and 3 d Wet Alterna
tLve 1,2,and 3
A regularly scheduled meeng of the Hendry County Board of County Com
msoneor wll begin at 5,00 p m. The formal pubic heanng for the p
poed New Rver Cm ng bridge prect s on the agenda and wll nsist
ofa presntaton by the County on the project and its a cated impas
followed by a public comment period
Project documents wll be alable for public review from September 9,
2009 until November 5, 29 at the Barrn Library, 461 N Main Street, La
Belle, Hours of operation are Monday Frday fm 10,00 am to 5,0 pm,
and Saturday from 1000 am Lo 1'0 pm The documents wll al. be
available for reew a the Hendry County Engieerng Office located at 99
Eat Cowboy Way, LaBe lle Monday rday from 8 00 am to 5 00 p
In acordae with Title VI of the Cvl Rghts Act of 1964 and other non
dscmaton laws, pubic participation i soited without regard to race,
color, naonal origin, age, region, diably, or family status, Perns
who require peia accommodations under the American wth D.iablties
t or perns who require tranlaton erce (free of charge) should on-
tact Bonne Hanshaw at (863) 6755222 at least sen (7) working days
prior to the hearing
Any questions regarding the project houd be directed to Shane Parker,
PE, Project Manager, at (863) 675 5222, by emal to sparker@hendr
fla net, or by writing to the Hendry County Engineering Department PO
Bo 1607, LaBelle, Forda 33975
336858 CB/CN 10/22/09

EC students learn about newspaper business

by Anahi Guerra
The Mass Communication class at Edi-
son State College welcomed Patty Brant,
Editor of the Caloosa Belle Newspaper, to
a special forum. Eager students prepared a
variety of questions regarding the newspa-
per business. Axl Jones acted as facilitator
of the student panel, which included Tiffany
Santiago, Devon Bowman, Nancy Burnette,
and Keyinza Browne. Researched ques
tions from the Mass Communications class
ranged from the history of the Caloosa Belle
to its future projects. Ms. Brant did not have
conclusive answers to all questions but of-
fered insight to students with her responses.
Other students from Dr. Nancy Dale's
Speech classes asked questions at the end
of the panel discussion presentation, D. J.
Tims, mass communications student, pref-
aced his question with a statement: "The
Boston Newsletter was the first continuously
published newspaper in early America, pub-
lishing its first issue on April 24, 1704." He

Pmpoal No. 2010-03
Seaed Propoals w reved by the Bad of Couny Comm onrs of
Hendry County, Flonda, at the Adminstrae Wng, Room A-226 (Clerk'
Of the Hendry County Curthou Complex, 2 E Hkhee Ave,
LaBelle Florda, until 2 00 p m, Monday Noember 2, 2009, for Aglades
Temna Offie #3 Propols wll be opened on Monday, Nember 2,
2009 at 2 p m or shortly hereafter, i the dmstratve Wng, outside
Room A-226 (Clerk Offie) n the Hendry County Courthou C plex 25
E HickpcheeAe LaBell, Florida
A copy of the Spcificaton and Propser's Instructions an be obtained
fom the ofe of the Hendry County Puchaing Departrent, lo d at
165 S. Lee St LaBelle, Florda33935 Post Off Box 2430, LaBelle, Flor
da 3397 or by a ing (863) 75522 or (863 983-1465
The Bd of Coun C ommy r oner reebveo the night to rejet any or al
Propo Is, wth or without auie and/or accept the Propoa that in ts
judgment, wll b te bet nteres of the County
Janet B, Taylor, Chalnt oman
Board of County Commlssioner
Hendry County, Florda
336875 CB/CN 10/22/09

The Barrn Water Cont-l Ditnct wl rere sealed propoas until 1100
A M on November 18 2009, doa time, at the Distt Offe, 3293 Dell-
wood Terrae Po aBee, LeBee, Fonda 3335, at which te the pro-
poas wll be publ opened and read aloud
Provide and install one 2 5 ton 13 er R410A air condioner system and
air handler Remove od compres-r a nd e a nlny ducnwork
and expod wall and ceiling as needed Provde new stand for air handler,
new digital thermostat and over flow protecon a well a ne refrigerator
ine, if needed
Provide and install one 3 ton 1 er R410A air ndoner system and aid
handler Remoe old compresor and air hander repair any ductwor and
exposed wall and ceiling a needed Provide new stand for air handler, new
digital thermostat nd r flow protection as well as new refrigera ,
if eeded.
Prie must include al rmts, matenas and abor Al , nude warran-
teeo on parts and abor and uni Must alsobe a brand name Incude in
formation on any rebated available
The owner reeves the right to hold all ppoals for xty (60) days and
to reect an or all proposals, with or hout ause, to waive tehnical er
m d and iformatie or to accept the bid in it udgmen bert serve the
LesterB Baird, Sr
General Manager
336791 CBICN 10/22/09

Notice hereby gen that pursuant to a Wnt of Execution, iued n the
Circuit Court of Dade Cunty, Florida, on the 25th day of january, 2005
n the cau where Eastpoint Suppliers, Inc. is planif and Edward
Saduy & Manria Sduy a/k/a Mar Piz a/k/a Maria PPi. akla Mne Orlan-
do Pz, and Union Planters Bank is defendant, being Ca number
03-1514CA05 in said Court Steve Wh dden as Seriff of Hendry
County, Folnda, ave eved upon all tenght tie and nteret of the de-
fendant Edward Sarduy & Maria Saduy a/k/a Maria Piz a/k/a Ma-
ria Pierce, Orlando Piz, and Union Planters Bank, in and o the
following de ibed poper to-w t'
Lot Four (4) in Bltk 384 of the General Plan of Cewton, Flonda as re
vised Sepember 7, 1937 acoding to the plat recorded in Plate Book 2
Pages 71 to 78 inluie if the current Pubc Records of Hendry County,
And on the 19th day of November, 2009 at the Hendry County Shenffs
Office, LaBele, Floda, at the hour of 11 00am, or as sn thereafter as
possible, I wIl offer for sale all the said defendant, Edward arduy &
Maria Sarduy a/k/a Maria Pi a/k/a Maria Pierce, Orando Piz, and
Union Planters Bank, night, title and interest n the afored property, at
public auction and will ell the d me, subjet to taxes, all pnor liens, en
umbrances and judgments, if any, to the hghest bidder for CASHIN
HADW, the prnoeed to be applied as far as may be to the payment of
osts and the tisaction of the ahove-described execution
Steve Whldden
Hendr County, Forda
By Lieutenant Andy Lewis
336127 CN/CB 10/15,22,29,11/5/09

Submitted photo/Anahi Guerra
The Edison College Mass Communications class got a feel for real world news-
paper work when they invited Caloosa Belle editor Patty Brant to a panel discus-
sion recently.

then he asked, "when was the first Caloosa
Belle newspaper published?" Ms. Brant indi-
cated it was 1922. Marco Escalante asked,
"how many people are employed by the Ca-
loosa Belle and what are their responsibili
ties?" "Some newspapers have a huge cir-
culation," said Darell Cash, but he wanted
to know "how many newspapers are pub-
lished weekly?"
In discussing her background, Ms. Brant

was asked how she got her first job at the
Caloosa Belle, which she said "was a long
road that started when she was recom-
mended by a friend to be interviewed for a
print setter position.
After the event, Nancy Burnette, mass
communications student, hosted refresh-
ments with cookies and sodas to give audi-
ence and students an opportunity to social-
ize with Ms. Brant.

Submitted photo/Joe Thomas

Hendry Democratic leaders heading

to Jefferson-Jackson dinner
Democratic State Senator Dave Aronberg, candidate for Florida Attorney
General, is shown here with Hendry County Democratic Executive Commit-
tee Chair Joe Thomas, LaBelle, and Hendry County DEC Vice Chair Carol
Griggs of Clewiston, at the 2009 Florida Democratic Party conference in Lake
Buena Vista. The senator will be one of the candidates at a Jefferson-Jackson
Dinner hosted by Glades, Okeechobee, Hendry and Highlands county Demo-
crats on Nov. 13, at the KOA Conference Center on US 441 S in Okeecho-
bee. Alex Sink, Florida's CFO and candidate for Governor, heads the list of
elected officials and candidates attending the dinner. Tickets are $30 each. In
LaBelle, contact Joe Thomas at 863-612-0413. In CLEWISTON, contact Carol
Griggs, 863-228-4210.

October 22, 2009

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