Title: Glades County Democrat
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Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Glades County Democrat
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven, Fla.
Moore Haven, Fla
Publication Date: February 28, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028301
Volume ID: VID00237
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 01461505
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Upcoming
Events

"Power of Pink
5K run/walk
The second annual "Power
of Pink" Run by the River 5k
irurv'walk will be March 1. This
event is sponsored by the Moore
Haven High School chapter of
Family, Career and Community
Leaders of America. All pro-
ceeds will go to benefit Glades
County cancer patients and for
breast cancer research.
Entry fees are as follows:
adults 18 and up pre registration
$20, day of race $25; 17 and un-
der pre registration $15, day of
race $20.
Pre registration locations are
at Moore Haven Elementary
School and Moore H-aven High
SchoolinfGuidanc Ofi. Folt

(863) 946-0811.

Chalo Nitka events
The 60l'" Annual Chalo Nit-
ka Festival &r Rodeo, Moore
Haven. Held at Chalo Nitka Park
on 10th Street in Moore Haven,
antique cars, baton twirlers and
tae kwon do students will be
featured in the 60Ll' annual pa-
rade, beginning at 10 a.m. on
March 1. At 11:30 a.m., vendor
booths will open at the Chalo
Nitka grounds where EZ Money,
featuring Glades County native,
Shannon McCrory will perform.
Admission is $3 for adults; $2
for students and children five
and under get in free. Enjoy the
midway and stick around for the
rodeo and the dance Saturday
night. For more information, or
to receive a vendor booth ap-
plication or parade entry form
phone, please call (863) 946-
0440.

Composdug eworsaho

ficient way to recycle yard and
kitchen waste. They provide free
nutrients, mulch, and rich soil
amendmentdfor yur ladpscapey
waste on the landfill! To learn
more about Composting, and to
make your own wire compost
bin, come to this informative
workshop. The program will
be conducted by Angela Sach'
son, Florida Yards & Neighbor-
hoods.
The workshop will be held
March 10, from 5 to 6 p.m.,
at the Glades Agni Civic Center,


home the compost bin he or
she creates during the class!
Space is limited and pre-reg-
istration is required. Call Delana
at (863) 946-0244 to sign up.
The cost is $15 and includes a
wire compost bin.

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Jo Jumper, barrel racer, enjoys her ride in the parade on Saturday, Feb. 16, at the 70th
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shall for his collegiate sports and aca- The Sugar Dolls Baton, Dance and Pom-
demic studies. The Brighton Field Day Pom Team were invited to participate at
and Rodeo was a three-day event held the Brighton Field Day and Rodeo. The
Feb. 15-17 to celebrate Seminole art, Brighton Reservartion is located near
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The Chalo Nitka Park and
Bronson Arena will be easy
to find in Moore Haven. The
small town has only one fully
functioning traffic light on U.S.
27, and is located at the head-
waters to the Caloosahatchee
River on the west shore of Lake
Okeechobee.
Chalo Nitka Festival is
known for its cuturally diverse
comfort food, ranch rodeo,
clog tap dancing and children's
carnival. An evening dance be-
gins at 9 p.m. with music from
The Chase country band.
A festival ticket for adults is


$3, and a child's ticket is $2.
Children under age five get in
free.
If you purchase an official
Chalo Nitka t-shirt before fes-
tival day, you will be able to
enter the festival for free, if you
are wearing it.
Go to the Doyle Co-nnel
Building in Moore Haven, or
call (863) 946-0300 for infor'
mation. You may also purchase
a t-shirt at the Children's Day
festival on Friday, Feb. 29.
Staff uriter Nena Bolan can be
reached at nenabolan@yahoo.
comi


and that is the moment when
they have a really good time at
the Chalo Nitka Festival and Ro-
deo held in the county seat of
Moore Haven.
The annual event celebrates
its 60"' year March 1.
The festival will feature a
revival of Seminole Tribe cul-
tural contributions lIke gator
wrestling and Indian fry bread.
Alligator wrestling shows are
scheduled at 1 p.m. and 2:30
p.m. n
Festival goers can also get
a look at endangered big cats,
antique cars, and listen to new
country tunes and old favorites


from EZ Money. The pancake
breakfast at Moore Haven El-
ementary School begins at 7:30
a.m.
The parade starts at City Hall
by the Caloosahatchee river-
front at 10 a.m.
Featured in the parade will
be Nasgrass racing lawn mow-
ers, beauty pageant queens,
Seminole dignitaries on horse
back, and 80 float entries. U.S.
Congressman Tim Mahoney,
Senator Dave Aronberg, and
Seminole Tribe Chairman
Mitchell Cypress will participate
in the parade as well as Glades
County officials and Moore Ha-


Chalo Nitka festival
best of cultural
diversity

By Nena Bolan
Glades County Democrat
GLADES COUNTY When
visitors come to events in
Glades County, they are
amazed to discover the charm
of old-fashioned hospitality,
folk crafts, and the comfort of
Southern food. Vistors tend to
forget they ever punched a time
clock, or sat in traffic gridlock;


was donated to the Susan G.
Komen Breast Cancer Founda-
tion.
The 5K run/walk will be
held Saturday, March 1, in
Moore lIaven before- the Chalo
Nitka festival begins. The start-
ing point will be at the Moore
Haven High School track/foot-
ball field.
Registration is at 7 a.m., and
the runners take off at 7:30 a.m.
Walkers start later at 8 a.mf.
Pre-registration ends on Febj
28 and costs $20 for adults ag(
18 and up. Twenty-five dollars
will be charged the day of the
run. Pre-registration for age 17t
and under costs $15, and $20
on the day of the run.
See River -- Page 20


5K run/walk bene-
fits cancer patients/
rOSearYh

by Nena Bolan
Glades County Democrat
GLADES/HENDRYCOUN-
TIES -- This year the Power of
Pink-Run for the River 5K run/
walk will benefit Lucy's Angels
for Breast Cancer Care -- a not-
for-profit organization.
The group provides funds to -
women and men without the fi-
nancial means to pay for mam-
mograms and other expenses
related to breast cancer care.
Donations will reach victims
locally in Glades and Hendry
counties. Last year $3,481.72


twice in his career. His wounds
were treated at hospitals, but
he crdibts his uB71e, n hdicine

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The alligator wrestler spoke
of a time in his younger days
when money was scarce in Big
Cypress. Mr. Walker decided
he gould better put food on
the table by hunting alligators
instead of wrestling, and he
hunted them for eight years.
He also noticed he could earn
more money when he put


In order to interact with the
big reptiles, he must be grant-
ed permission from the Snake
Clan because the alligator is
within their prerogative. The
interaction may involve a hunt,
See Gator Page 20


Bily Walker bringS
Semzinole savvy tO
gyggg

By Nena Bolan
Glades County Democrat

BRIGHTON Billy Walker,
of the panther clan, began his
work with alligators in Big Cy-
pres when he ask was13

h oduted his cFs pu~bli

has entertained tourists at the
Hollywood, Big Cypress and
Brighton reservations.
When asked how many
alligators he had wrestled in
his life, he commented that it
was way too many to count.
However, he had been bitten


"I took a different path ';
explained Mr. Killian.
By the time he was 21 he;
had collected 2,000 snakes
from around the world. He
began charging $100 for re-
moving intrusive snakes from
homes and businesses. Slow-
ly, he gained a reputation as
an expert. Schools, museums
and scout troops asked for his
appearances. Eventually, zoos
and nature parks asked him
for his services or advice.
It was the World Wrestling
Federation (WVWF) in the
1980s that turned his vocation
into a thriving business.
He coached a character
wrestler, Jake the Snake Rob-
See Snake Pag~e 20


Venomous snake
eXpert at Brighton

By Nena Bolan
Glades County Democrat
BRIGHTON SEMINOLE
RESERVATION Albert Killian
grew up in Connecticut, a
seemingly unlikely place for
snakes to dwell. But when he
was a boy he found. plenty of
them to watch, study and cap
ture-
He realized they were in-
tensely interesting scientific
subjects, and was drawn to
their graceful silence.
He performed with ven-
omous snakes at the Brigh-
ton Field Day and Rodeo,


and the audience gasped and
squealed. Calm but quick ac-
tions on Mr. Killian's part en-
abled him to show onlookers
how impressive the 15-foot
king cobra is. ,
The loud hiss from the king
cobra is more like a steamy
growl, which warns onlook-
ers he is a creature to avoid.
However, Mr. Killian makes it
look like he and the snake are
partners.
It took a few decades for
him to sharpen his herpetol-
ogy knowledge and physical
maneuvers. His parents had
hoped he would go to col"
lege.,Instead, he told them of
his long range plans -to fix up
an old horse stable and turn it
into his snake headquarters.


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and Rodeo held Feb. 15-16. The event took place at Brighton
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SOpen house brings new doctors to local area
Hendr~y Regional Medical now available to care for them -
Center held an open house, in anld their family members.
conjunction with the Clewiston Dr. B~arakoti, Dr. Lopez and -
Chamlber of. Commerce, for its Dr1. Pascal lr~ e Internlal Medicinle
new physicians at the Hlenldry phy!sicianls. Theylc speciallize inl
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Facility to meet anld greect thle doc- diseases that affect adults and the O f
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Much about and to feast on the Dr. Nune, who specializes
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Steal dietary staff. well known, in the community for -ip
SLynn Chiarelli, the director of treating a wide variety of ailments .mis.
IPhysician Practices, introduced in children and adults. Submitted photo/Gjlenda Wilson
Sthe four new doctors and asked HnyReoalMdclCn Dr. Nune (left) was one of the four new physicians that were
Them to gves ae briefs hisor ofmniyan honored during the open house. Andrew Couse and Christine
thmevs e hns h omnt n h Howell (right) are members of the community who met these
SThose attending the function Clewiston Chamber of Commerce new doctors. The doctors from the left are: Dr. Lopez, Dr. Pas-
learnedl that these physricians are for their continued su~pport. cal, Dr, Barakoti and Dr. Nune.


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BELLE GLADE -- February is port and identify ways to meet the region. "We understand the complete the project.
SAmerican Heart Month. Accord- their goals. The .program also healthcare challenges our com- The GGH "Quit Smoking
ngtteAmrcnHatA-incorporates the Florida Depart- munity faces and we have de- Now" program is sponsored by
Association, cigarette smoking is ment of Health Quit Line which veloped educational programS Everglades Area Health Educa-
Sa major cause of coronary heart offers one on one counseling that help people change habits tion Centers (EAHEC), an agency
Disease, which leads to heart through their Quit-for-Life Line. and behaviors to live healthier who has a mission to enhance
attacks. As the most important In addition, participants mnay lives," said David Zechman, access to quality health care,
,Preventable cause oL prema- qualify for nicotine replacement G~lades General Hospital CEO. particularly primary and pre-
cture death mn the United States, therapy at no cost depending on "In our new hospital, we'll be ventive care, by improving the
Glades General Hospital (GGH) a medical mntake and income able to reach more people and supply and distribution of health
Sis helping the community to guit assessment. The toll free num- make an even greater impact cr rfsinl truhcm
:smoking and quit chew/spit to- ber for the Quit Line is 1-(877) wth sinficn I or s cae profy/caessionl through com
Sbacco with the launch of a new 822-66i69. The class is taught by design icaint ymogre s. Pace m it/aa emi reduction
Program free to all residents. Erin Etheridge, a Glades Gener~al oreuainporm. aspartnerships.Th net GH
Th Qi mkn o"HsitlnreadteEpo-or t~he newd$ 3 million regolonan "Quit Smoking Now" session
program kicked off in early Feb- ee Health Coordinator who has th ldsicuecasombegins March 13. Registrations
ruary. Classes meet every Thurs- a background in education. Ac- .n ofrnefclte oi are now being accepted. To reg-
Sday evening from 5:30-6:30 p.m. cording to Ms. Etheridge, "The adcneec aiiist n ister, call Erin Ethridge at (561)
lin the GGH human resources program ha's the potential to TC'e prevention andn wlnw s 996-6571 ext 507. For more in-
tEain session lss selx wees ar coamn te as sokiang e gion. The Health Care District of f 'mation a out "Q t S~moing
SParticipants receive a book the lated diseases flood our health Palm Beach County has commit- Nw Flrid QutFrLf mie
First day with tips and tools to care system and disable our citi- ted $50 million toward building an other teoba c neducat o
identify why they smoke in the zens. A smoke-free community the facility, which will replace prorm 8 las P cnat a
First place. The class reviews will live longer, healthier, and Glades General Hospital. Glades lyn Leeds, Director of Tobacco
the week's goals and the past more productive lives." Healthcare Foundation (www. Education and Cessation Servic-
,week's progress. Students dis- GGH has recognized the need gladeshealthcare.org) is lead- es for Everglades AHEC at (561)
cuss where they may need sup- for a stop smoking program in ing the fund raising campaign to 640-3620.

SBoater access closed near Kissimmee River navigation


SArea South of S-65E
Sand S-84 is closed
Until construction
jis completed
Due to construction and
;maintenance activities, a sec-
Stion of the Kissimmee River (be-
Stween the S-154 hAnd the S-65EE
Sand S-84 structuress), is closed,
to boaters. This includes access


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was the first place Senior winner in the
Poultry barbeque competition during
the LaBelle Youth Livestock Poultry
Show held on Monday, Feb. 11. She
was a four-time blue ribbon winner by
the end of the Poultry competition.


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blue ribbon; Sierra Raso, five
blue ribbons, one red ribbon, one
Reserve Champion rosette, two

G hde Bs of Show tpyh w
dairy goat named Desi. Desi is a
Grade Junior Doe. Desi was born
on Dec. 31, 2006.
In the Junior Fitting and
Grooming Division, Joshua Mus-
grave captured the first place tro-
phy with James Bebon in second
place and Johnny Bebon achiev-
ing third place. In the Junior Show-
manship division, James Bebon
won first place receiving a trophy
with Johnny Bebon achieving the


second place trophy and Joshua
Musgrave in third place.
in the Senior Fitting and

Goor mir place reevin tr o~p
Sierra also received the first place
trophy in the Senior Showman-
ship Division.
Exhibitors who participated
in the Hendry-County Fair Dairy
Goat Show were members of the
Barnyard Buddies 4-H Club under
te bedri pdi KaKe Tind ll
hibiting their critters, thank you
club leaders and parents.


By Sonja Crawford
The Hendry County Fair Dairy

hay we s4 Te yfica jde kh
of Lee County.
The PeeWee exhibitors re-
ceived blue ribbons for their par-
ticipation: Elizabeth Rudd, Bailey
Musgrave, and Christian Garcia.
Exhibitors were awarded blue
or red ribbons for each dairy goat
entry: James Bebon, one blue
ribbon, one Reserve Champion
rosette; Johnny Bebon, one blue
ribbon, one Grand -Champion
rosette; Joshua Musgrave, two


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aat


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ry achieving the second place
trophy. The third place was
awarded to Kyle4Wal~dn .of the
Southern Bacon -H l
.In the Senior Swine Show-
manship category, Raisin Pork
Pride 4-H Club member Land-
on McDuffee was awarded the
first place trophy. Landon also
received a belt buckle. Clewis-
ton FFA Chapter member, Tyler
Pe jock took the sec nd pl c

Raisin Pork Pride 4-H Club
achieving the third place trophy.
Congratulations to all exhibi-
tors, thank you club leaders and
parents. The Raisin Pork Pride
4-H- Club is led by Tracy Nesbitt.
Sonya Andrews is the leader of
the Southern Bacon 4-H Club.
The' Clewiston FFA Chapter is
led by Mike Swindle.


By Sonja Crawford
On Wednesday Feb. 13, the
4-H/FFA Market S ine Show was
held. The show consisted of 4-
H and FFA members exhibiting
their market swine ranging from

23T uof1sitao jd~g ofntdh eve
ning was Mr. Don Strickland of
n amo .lig et i ne ss lent eody
body s ing to th rib et f
finish,.and expected carcass de-
sirability.
The Grand Champion Swine
was shown by Raisin Pork Pride
4-H Club member Yvette Clin-
ard. Yvette's hog weighed 298
pounds. Tyler Peacock of the
Clewiston FFA Chapter exhib-
ited the Reserve Champion Hog
weighing in at 262 pounds.


After the placing of the swine
came the Showmanship cate-
8uode Tohe official s owmans~hip
Karen Andrle of Sarasota. Show-
manship is judged on the ability
to exhibit an animal to its best
advantage, as well as the over-
all care and training of the ani-
mal. The exhibitors are judged
on control, presentation to the
udde aware ess otf the judge
Planning, practicing, and neat
appearance will assist the ex-
hibitor in being successful.
In the Junior Swine Show-
manship division, Raisin Pork
Pride 4-H Club members took
both first and second place.
Clayton Mc~ee was awarded
first place receiving a trophy and
a belt buckle with Chancey Cur-


ribbons; and Stephen Woosley,
four blue ribbons.
In the Senior Showmanship
Division, Mavis Plamondon cap-
tured the first place trophy with
Aisha Seymour winning the sec-
ond place trophy. Stephen Woo-
sley was awarded the first place
trophy in the Junior Showman-
ship division with Andy McAvoy
receiving the second place trophy.
The judge viewed each exhibitor
as they handled their chicken and
asked each exhibitor questions
pertaining to poultry.
The Poultry exhibitors are
members of the Pioneer Small
Animal 4-H Club led by Pat Bo-
sley or the All Kinds of Critters
4-H- Club led by Edith Hackman.
Thank you club leaders and par-
ents, exhibitors did a great job
exhibiting their animals.


By Sonja C. Crawford
The LaBelle Youth Livestock
Poultry Show was held on Mon-
day, Feb. 11, with Cindy Kinard
of Arcadia, serving as the official
poultry judge.
In the Pee Wee Poultry Divi-
sion receiving blue ribbons were
Dustin Padgett, Justin Mickelsen,
Carlos Puente, and Jake Coro-
nado-
In the Jr/Sr Poultry Division:
Stephen Woosley captured the
Best of Show trophy for Large
Poultry Breeds with his White
Face Black Spanish rooster. The
Best Opposite trophy for Large
Poultry Breeds was awarded to
Andy McAvoy with his Barred
Rock hen. In the Small Poultry
Breeds category, the Best of Show
trophy was awarded to Britney


Woosley with her Mottled Cochin
rooster with her Porcelain ben re-
ceiving the Best Opposite trophy.
Andy McAvoy's Lavender Guinea
won the Best of Show trophy in
the Fowl division and his Khaki
Campbell ducks were awarded
Best of Show and Best Opposite
in the Water Fowl division.
Exhibitors received blue and
red ribbons for each poultry en-
try: Brittany Arthur, one red rib-
bon; Jessica Coronado, two blue
ribbons; Tripp Edgar, two blue
ribbons; Andy McAvoy, seven
blue ribbons; Mavis Plamondon,
four blue ribbons; Eddie Rivas,
four blue ribbons; Ginnie Rivas,
three blue ribbons; Kris Rivas,
two blue ribbons; Aisha Seymour,
one blue ribbon and one red rib-
bon; Cassidy Willis, one blue rib-
bon; Britney Woosley, five blue


Dairy goats judged at Clounty Fair


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Swine Show at Hendry County Fair


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cents are Len~i Eng~lestonl andt the late

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Blusinless Admninistration
13randtonl graduated from New-
berry High School and is the cur-
rent owner of Five Star Pizza in
Jlacksonville. The couple plans to
marry June 7, on the beach at the
Comfort Inn Oceanfront, Jackson-
ville Beach. After the honeymoon
they plan to reside in Jack~sonville
where they will continue to oper-
ate and expand their business.


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He was preceded in death by
parents, Thom~-
as Edward Low-
ery, Sr. (Tommy)
and Della Mae
Bembry. (
A memorial
was held in Key
West, Fla. on
Jan. 12, 2008 T
that was truly in- Ewrd
spring.
He is survived by three sisters,


L~inda, Lanette and Lorraine, and
Godmother Cellia Vance.
The love, support and atten-
dance was awesome. He's for-
ever in our hearths and always in
our memories.


Thomas Edward
Lowery
It is with heartfelt sorrow that
we announce the death of our
brother, Thomas Edward Lowery,
Jr. on Jan. 3, 2008 in Key West,
Fla. His death was sudden and
unexpected.
Mr. Lowery was born June 27,
1955 in Ft. Myers. He then lived in
Clewiston, where he graduated
from Clewiston High School.


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H'lwn, I am glonec, rellese ine: ct kne go,l S

Tour murlSt noat tic yourrselfrfo mrc wlithl l~1tears
he happy)) thatl we'( hadl so many11) years1.Z


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Butr now,l it is timert I travlecld on alonet.
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thenr let your grikfc hecoup~,rted by) tnrut.

So bless the m~em~ories writhl you~r hea~lt.

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so ifyour needt inec, calll, andt I wlill income.
Through your an~r't seec or touchr rin I'll be nea~r;

all qIf`' my '' lov aoud ylou sofr alnd dea~tr,

I'll greet your writhl a smile andt wre,rll
"W~tELCOME HOME"


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alre pr~oudt to annlounce:( theC en 1
gagemientl of their dlaughiter, H-illary
Anlne Worth to Riobert "Brandlol"
Eagleston.
Br~andonl is the son of Janis
Englishl of Palm Coast and Robert
Eagleston of Newberry. The future
bride's grandparents are Mrs. Elgin
Shore, the late Mr. Ivan1 Shore and
the late, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Worth,
The prospective groom is the


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Julie Marie
Gann Harris
Julie Marie Gann Harris was
born Oct. 30, 1940 in Pensacola,
and died Feb. 20, 2008 in Clew-
iston. Julie is survived by three
daughters, two sons and two
stepsons: Debra Hughes, Moore
Haven, Paul Harris, Clewiston;
Donna Dixon, Clewiston, Ste.
ven Harris, Moore Haven, Carol
Whitehead, Clewiston, Ron-
ald Harris, Maggie Valley, N.C.;
Charles Harris, Moore Haven,
Fla. Julie is also survived by her
two sisters: Mildred Carr, Pen-
sacola, and Brenda Joyce, Bos-
ton, Mass.
Julie will be leaving behind
her 22 grandchildren and 26
great-grandchildren. A special
angel, Eric Simmons, is also
left behind. Julie will be laid to
rest at the Ortona Cemetery in
Ortona.

JRHIOS Harold Walker
James Harold Walker, age 64,
of Clewiston, passed away Feb,
23, 2008 in Clewiston.
He was born Jan. 1, 1944 in
Tellico Plains, Tenn., the son of
the late Fred and Nettie (Phillips)
Walker. He grew up in Tellico
Plains Tennessee and moved to
Belle Glade in the early 60's. He
married Brenda Sweet on Jan,
11, 1963. He was self-employed
as an electrician.
Survivors include his wife of
45 years, Brenda Walker; one
son, Michael (Amanda) Walker
of Orlando, and two daughters,
Ts':'n (Jshnny Dva nt af Cel
Clewiston; granddaughter, Jes-
sica Swindle; grandson, Jeffrey
Swindle; granddaughter, Alyssa
Avant; grandson, Jamey Lo-
pez; grandson, Nicholas Lopez
and great granddaughter, Jilian
Swindle
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, Feb. 26, at the Akin-Da-
vis Funeral Home in Clewiston.
Pastor Kenny Lott officiated the
service. Interment followed in
Ridgelawn Cemetery, Clewis-
ton.
All arrangements were under
the direction of Akin-Davis Fu-
neral Home Clewiston.


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Glades at a

Gl ce

Lions' Valentine
Dance cancelled
Due to a scheduling problem
with John Boy Auditorium, the
Clewiston Lions Club's annual
Valentine Ball has been cancelled
and a Spring Fling Ball will take
its place on Saturday, April 26, at
John Boy Auditorium. The Juke
Box Band will still provide the
rnusic and the event will still be
for the benefit of the Dan McCar-
thy Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Look for more details in the com-
ing weeks.

FYee SETVieBS

help elders
Center for Independent Liv-
ing will be doing outreach on a
regular basis at the Moore Ha-
ven, Clewiston, and LaBelle sites
between the hours of noon until
2:30 p.m. You can contact Tera or
Linda at the Center for Indepen-
dent Living at (941) 766i-8333 in
Charlotte County to find out the
days that they will be available in
those areas.


Club Meetings


Pageant winners
The Baby Mr. and Miss Moore Haven Pageant was won by Mr. Cayson James Holman and
Miss Addison Leigh Helfinstine. The first runners-up were Carmen Perez and Taser Watts,
while the second runners-up were Trinity Horne and Tucker Sergent.


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Serving the communities south of Lake Okeechobee


Thursday, February 28, 2008


Barbara Brown informed the
Keenagers that Mike and Judy
McCall have invited the Keen-
agers to spend the day at their
home on Little Gasparilla Is-
land for a fish fry and this trip is
planned for the near future. Also,
the Keenagers will be joining the
senior group from First Baptist
of Belle Glade, for "Getting To-
gether Under the Oaks" the 2008
Conclave for Senior Adults, in
April at the Lake Yale Conference
Center near Leesburg. Please let
Barbara know if you plan to at-
tend as reservations need to be
made soon for this conclave, as
spots fill up quickly. Costs for this
conference which include mo-
tel and all meals as well as the
programs, are only $130 double
occupancy, or $175 Single Occu-
pancy.


By Bobbi Brown
SpccialI to th ladel;cl s ('ounty I
Demiiocrat
AreC youl retiredt,;ll andl your-
alize that you can onily fish so
miuch, before it beccomes no
funl or a hligh- school student
who needs community service
to graduate, or just want to do
something worthwhile? Michelle
Steinfelt, a retired Hope Hospice
nurse, told the Keenagers (senior
group at First Baptist Church)
that not only was she there to in-
form them of services that Hope
Hospice provides but to recruit
volunteers.
She told the audience that vol-
unteers work in every place that
staff does not have time to, and
presented cookies that volunteers
had baked for Hope Hospice. If
you are interested in serving in a


Ilcst, Volulnteer Spccialist, ir I e-
Iligh~ Arcrs atl (80) 788-80!)2 to
lea~rn of thle requ~ iremen It rs for be-
in~g a Hlope H-osp~ice volunteer,
anid thle Inlany areas thiat a voluni-
teer can serve.
.Mrs. Steinfelt, who now lives
with her husband Bruce, at Tur-
key Creek in Ortona, told the
group that there is not a dirt road
in Glades County that she hasn't
travelled to treat and check on
patients. She dispelled the myth
that hospice is about dying--
"It is about living in the most
comfortable manner available
to a patient who has a terminal
disease." Many of the groups
were familiar with the wonder-
full services Hospice provides as
they have had, or presently h~ave,
family members in thle care of


H-osp~ice. Not onlly does H-ospice
help1 withi the mredlical needs of
thle patient, Mrs. Steinfelt said
thley provide specialist care
such as music, massage, and
art. Upon request of the patient,
their spiritual needs are also met,
whether the patient is Christian,
Muslim, or Budhist. Their care is
available 24/7, and usually in the
patient's home. There are three
Hospice Homes in the area, and
another is underway. Patients
who are in hospitals and cannot
be stabilized enough to move to
a Hospice House, can be treated
by Hospice at the hospital. Fol-
lowing her most informative talk,
Mrs. Steinfelt answered questions
from the audience.
The Keenagers surprised Mrs.
Steinfelt with an orchid plant in
appreciation for her program.


Submitted photo/Bobbi Brown
Glades County Woman's Club member, June Morningstar
presents drawing winners Luis Aguilar with a blanket made
by students at Big Cypress Reservation; and Carmen Whitney
with Mary Kaye Cosmetics donated by Megan Shepherd.


Woman's Club cooks up


spring fashions and feast


By Bobbi Brown
Special to the Glades County
Democrat
Need a happiness boost? Ap-
proximately 100 ladies and a
smattering (that's Southern for "a
few") men agreed that they got
just that when they attended the
Grades County Woman's Club's
Annual Fashion Show and Lun
cheon at Robin's Nest RV Resort.
Some of Glades County's finest
cooks provided a buffet of ham,
meatballs in pineapple sauce,
and a myriad of salads, vegeta
bles and desserts. Add to that tea
or coffee, and even though each
person wtho bought a ticket kn-ew
food wasn't the main thing--rais
ing funds for scholarships for
'Glades County's graduating se
niors was--they all felt they got
their money's worth,
If you need a model for your
next fashion show, several of the
club members who modeled are
becoming pros. Sandy Tracy, June
Morningstar has modeled for sev-
eral of the Club's fashion shows.
Shirley Moody and Anne Coffey
were stunning in outfits chosen
by Johnene, coordinator from
"Boutique on Wheels."` Bobbi
Brown, fashion show chairman,
was not scheduled to model, but
when was drafted to model an
outfit that she had sneaked out
to try on during the presentation
of door prizes. Everything from
sports outfits to evening wear
with jewelry to match was avail-
able, and a guest was overheard


saying, "Hey, this is, fun--shopping
without going out of town!"
What started out to be a draw-
ing for a Weber grill, through the
efforts of June Morningstar, draw-
ing chairperson, became a major
production as prizes were donat-
ed by many community-minded
citizens and businesses. Even
Megan Shepherd, Anne Coffey,
June Morningstar and Maxine
Roundtree, who are members
of the Woman's *Club, donated
prizes for the drawing. A 50/50
donation and drawing for dis-
count coupons from "Boutiqlue
on Wheels" was another fun
time during breaks in the show.
This is the second fund raiser
that Glades County Womlan's
Club has sponsored during
this club year. A barbecue food
booth was co-chaired by Maxine
Roundtree & Chris Holliday at
the Bird Watching Festival. Both
events will increase the club's
ability to award scholarships to
deserving graduating seniors.
Glades County Woman's Club
would like to show their appre-
ciation and thanks for the sup-
port of the following individuals
and businesses: U-Save Super
market, Abern's Service Center,
Sharon's Boutique and Beauty
Salon, Angler's Lounge, Joey's
Pizza, Moore Haven School Caf-
eteria, Robin's Nest RV Resort'
Coffey Farm, Mary Kaye Cosmet-
ics, Juanell Peeples, Ahfachkee
School at Big Cypress Seminole
Reservation.


with baked potato, salad and
r-olls are served from 5:30 until 7
p.m. with a $9 donation. Danc-
ing immediately follows the din-
ner.
All games and special events
are shown on three televisions.
The game room has a regula-
tion-size pool table. Post meet-
ings are held on the second and
fourth Saturday lof the month;
beginning at 10 a.m. Command-
er Albert Crank is available at
(863) 467-2882.




'i'te'.


The Glades County Historical
Society voted last week to delay
their annual fundraising barbe-
cue in order to allow contractor
c. Johnson and his crew to com-
pee renovation ason the histoiC

Ave. L in Moore Haven.
Memt ers decided litdwouldtbe

winer 11 ratt as a barbecue, but a comm~unity
open house honoring all who
11ave contributed donations and
labor to the project.
"A Christmas Open House
complete with decorations
could turn out to be an annual
event," said Julie Wigton, long-
time mem er. M Wg on an
member Donald Miles of Lake-
port are responsible for the sign
posted on the front lawn that
identifies the house's historic
identity.
Wearing period style cos
tumes andi serving just refresh-
Imelits instead of a barbecue are
under considcration.. All were
inivitedl to bring additional ideas
(O the 110Xt (;(l-S 11eetinig'
Al Schatiseil, treasurer, re-
miindls every local bliisilleSS thal
an article will b~e submnitete to
thel: $al nw soure afte
thanking all.
John Fraser, librarian for the
Selllinole Tribe at Big Cypress,


suggested several sources for
further grants to continue a
complete restoration of the
class "Bungalow" style house
constructed in the early 1900s.
Lue e, otio lhe effort f dLa )y
der the house to help keep the
support system that was re-
placed five years ago stronger.
The1( lawn will also b~e coverl d
with topsoil andi gradecd inl tle
near future,
The group requests that any
old photos and artifacts be dto-
nated for the m~use-umn inside
the house that will cover' at least
one, maybe two rooms.
As the meeting ended, June
Morningstar and Julie Wigto"
served refreshments. MemberS
reminisced about the cleaning,
sanding and primer painting
that a few hard accomplished.
"Many times we were very
discouragedd,' said Annle ('offel,
president. .
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Thursday, February 28, 2008


agency, and a series of fundrais-
ers organized by District staff
helped raise a total of $28,000
for the Susan G. Komen Breast
Cancer Foundation.
The Komen Foundation to-
day formally recognized the
SFWMD for having the largest
governmental team entry at the
2008 Komen South Florida Race
For the Cure. It is the fifth con-
secutive year the agency has re-
ceived this award.
"I am so proud of our em-
ployees," said Carol Ann We-
ble, Executive Director of the
South Florida Water Manage-
ment District. "Each year, our
staff approaches this fundrais-
ing effort with greater resolve
than in the previous year, and
the consistent, amazing results
demonstrate what truly selfless
people we have working for this
agency.
"From the governing board
and senior management to the
employees in field stations and
service centers throughout our
16-county region, everyone has
been extremely supportive, for
which I am exceedingly grate-
ful," added Mrs. Morris. "Each
year I participate in the District's
fundraising events and the race,
hoping in some small way to
'pay it forward' to others who


may need help during their own
experience with breast cancer.
Once you are diagnosed with
breast cancer, you find yourself
a member of a club you would
give anything NOT to be a mem-
ber of. You also find new friends
and a new way of looking at
life."
Since 2003, SFWMD employ-
ees have raised nearly $85,000
to benefit the Susan G. Komen
Breast Cancer Foundation.
The 17th Annual Komen
South Florida Race for the Cure
was held Jan. 19, along the Intra-
coastal Waterway in downtown
West Palm Beach. It attracted
nearly 20,000 participants and
raised more than $1 million for
the foundation. Of the money
raised annually at the event, up
to 75 percent stays in the area
to fund valuable education,
screening and treatment. The re-
maining 25 percent of the funds
raised fund cutting-edge breast
cancer research nationwide.
The 5K run was first established
in 1982 by Nancy G. Brinker af-
ter her sister, Susan G. Komen,
died of breast cancer at the age
of36.
For more information on the
Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer
Foundation, visit www.homen.
org.


Distr~ict employeeS '
family, and friendS
participated in
Race For the Cure@

WEST PALM BEACH -- Just
over five years ago, Kathie Mor-
ris, a finance manager at the
South Florida Water Manage
ment District, was diagnosed
with breast cancer. To show
support for Mrs. Morris, fellow
co-worker and friend Claudia
Kugler organized the first cancer
support group among District
employees, then dubbed "Ka-
thie's Friends," to participate in
the 2003 Komen South Florida
Race For the Cure@. Ironically,
Mrs. Kugler herself was diag-
nosed with breast cancer less
than two months later. The
medical battles Mrs. Morris and
Mrs. Kugler fought to heal them-
selves inspired other District
employees, family, friends and
survivors to join the fight against
breast cancer. The 55 District
employees who participated in
the 2003 walk raised more than
$1,100. For the 2008 Komen
South Florida Race for the Cure,
the SFWMD team numbered
440 members, more than any
other state or local government


This column lists arrests,
not convictions, unless oth-
erwise stated. Anyone who
is listed here and who is
later found not guilty, or has
the charges against them
dropped, is welcome to in-
form the newspaper. We will
confirm the information and
print it.
Glades County
*Jonathan McCabe, 31, of
Okeechobee was arrested on Feb.
17 and charged with battery. He
was held in custody with bond set
at $5,000.
*Eliseoo Sarmina-Mendoza,
43, of LaBelle, was arrested on
Feb. 17, and charged with driving
under the influence and no valid
drivers license. Bond was set at
$2,000.
*Corrine Myers, 30, of Avon
Park, was arrested on Feb. 17 on
an active Highlands County war-
rant. She remains in custody with-
out bond.
*Carlos Lozano, 27, of Immo-
kalee was arrested on ah active
Collier County warrant. He was
later turned over to Collier County.
*Peter Shepherd, 43, of Moore

o aciv warnd fo voatilo~n
of probation. He was held in cus-
tody without bond.
*Dorothy Cross, 37, of Arcadia,
was arrested on Feb. 18, on an ac-
tive warrant for failure to appear.
She was held in custody with bond
set at $2,500.
*Irineo Alvarez, 23, of LaBelle,
was arrested on Feb. 19, on an
active Columbia County warrant.
He was later released on a $1,500
surety bond.
*Velva Mongillo, 52, of
Okeechobee, was arrested on
Feb. 23, and charged with driving
murder the influence. She was later
released on a $5,000 surety bond.
*Alfredo Vega, 35, of Moore
Haven, was arrested on Feb. 23,
and charged with battery (domes-
tic violence). He was held in cus-
tody with bond set at $10,000.


*Dustin Cash, 22, of Ft. Myers,
was arrested on Feb. 23, on an ac-
tive Okeechobee County warrant-
He was later released on a $5,000
surety bond.
*Alphonso Davis, 53, of Deer-
field Beach, was arrested on Feb.
23, and charged with driving while
license suspended. He was held in
custody with bond set at $5,000.
Clewiston *
*Raul Francisco Iglesis, 36,
was arrested Feb. 25 and charged
with a non-moving traffic violation
- not registering a motor vehicle
and also a non-moving traffic vio-
lation driving with a suspended
license, third or subsequent of-
fense. Deputy Justin Smith was the
arresting officer.
*A 17-year-old juvenile was
arrested Feb. 24 and charged with
aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon without intent to kill.
Deputy L. Brooks was the arrest-
ing officer.
*Seven Bradley Maldonado,
29, was arrested Feb. 22 and
charged with criminal mischief
- property damage $1,000 or over,
larceny petit theft first offense
and possession of marijuana un
de*a aem amarano, 21, was ar-
rested Feb. 22 and charged with
possession of over 20 grams of
marijuana or controlled substance
without a prescription. Deputy
Joshua Woods was the arresting
officer.
*Jesus Fay Claro, 23, was ar-
rested Feb. 22 and charged with
possession of over 20 grams of
marijuana or controlled substance
without a prescription. Deputy
Joshua Woods was the arresting
officer.
*Eduardo Zamarano, 21, was
arrested Feb. 22 and charged with
possession of over 20 grams of
marijuana or a controlled sub-
stance without a prescription and
possession of cocaine. Deputy
Joshua Woods wras the arresting
officer.
*Al 6-year-olld juvenile was


arrested Feb. 19 and charged with
possession of marijuana with in-
tent to sell, manufacture or deliver
schedule 1. Investigator Aaron An-
gell was the arresting officer.
*John John Hall Jr. 24, was
arrested Feb. 19 and charged with
non-moving traffic violation driv-
ing with a suspended license third
or subsequent offense and posses-
sion of marijuana under 20 grams.
Deputy N. Reed was the arresting
officer.
*Candido Madreeck Washing-
ton, 27, was arrested Feb. 18 and
charged on a warrant for non-
moving traffic violation habitual
offender driving with a suspend-
ed license. Corrections Officer M.
Powell was the arresting officer.


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iff's Office is seeking assistance
from the public in locating the fol-
lowing wanted fugitive as of Feb.

21Tavares Fulton, age 22, is a
black male with black hair and
brown eyes. He is 5 feet, 8 inches
1 10 dnd weighshapproximatel
his back and a scar on his right


He is wanted for felony viola-
tion of probation: aggravated as-
sault with a firearm.
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the whereabouts of this wanted
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blood pressure. High blood
pressure is easily checked. It
can be controlled with lifestyle
changes and with medicines
when needed. You can work
with your doctor to treat high
blood pressure and bring it
down. Lifestyle actions such as
healthy diet, regular physical ac-
tivity, not smoking, and healthy
weight will also help you to
keep normal blood pressure lev-
els. All adults should have their
blood pressure checked on a
regular basis.
Prevent and control dliabe-
tes. People with diabetes hiave
a higher riske of stroke, but th~ey
can also work to reduce their
risk. Further, recent studies sug
gest that all people can take
steps to reduce their risk for dia-
betes. These in-clude weight loss
and regular physical activity.
No tobacco: Smoking can
affec a n obel 11 dhns tr t
sure, heart disease, and stroke.
Not smoking is one of the best
things a person can do to low-
er their risk of stroke. Quitting
smoking will also help to lower
a person's risk of stroke. The risk
of stroke decreases a few years
after quitting smoking. Your
doctor can suggest programs to
help you quit smoking.
Treat atrial fibrillation. Atrial
fibrillation is an irregular beating
of the heart. It can cause clots
that can lead to stroke. A doctor
can prescribe medicines to help
reduce the chance of clots.
Prevent and control high
blood cholesterol. High blood
cholesterol is a major risk fac-
tor for heart disease, which can
increase the risk for stroke. Pre-
venting and treating high blood
cholesterol includes eating a diet
low in saturated fat and choles
terol and higher in fiber, keep-
ing a healthy weight, and getting
regular exercise. A lipoprotein
profile can be done to measure
several kinds of cholesterol as
well as triglycerides (another
kind of fat found in the blood).


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Serving the communities south of Lake Okeechobee


8 HEALTH


A~ll adults shiould ha;ve their chio-

cry! five years, andl~ moIre o~ften


medlicinies to help lower it.
*' Use moderation within alco-
hol. Excessive alcohol use can
increase the risk of high blood
pressure. People who drink
should do so in moderation.
Maintain a healthy weight.
Healthy weight status in adults
is usually assessed by using
weight and height to compute a
number called the "body maSS
index" (BMI). BMI is used be-
cause it relates to the amount
of body fat for most people.
An adult who has a BMI of 30
or higher is considered obese.
Overweight is a BMI between
25 and 29.9. Normal weight is
a BMl of 18 to 24.9. Proper diet
and regular physical activity
can help to mnaintainl a healthy
weigh~t.
Exercise reguilarly. The Sur
geon General recommends that
adults should engage in moder-
ate level physical activities for at
least 30 minutes on most days of
the week.
Eat a balanced diet. Along
with healthy weight and regu-
lar physical activity, an overall
healthy diet can help to lower
blood pressure and cholesterol
levels. This includes eating lots
of fresh fruits and vegetables,
lowering or cutting out salt or
sodium, and eating less saturat-
ed fat and cholesterol to lower
the risk of high blood pressure
and heart disease which can
lead to stroke.
Know your genetic risk fac-
tors. Stroke can run in families.
Genes play a role in stroke risk
factors such as high blood pres-
sure, heart disease, diabetes,
and vascular conditions. It is
also possible that an increased
risk for stroke within a family is
due to factors such as a com-
Inon sedentary lifestyle or poor
eating habits, rather than hered-
itary factors.
Before making any change
to your diet or exercise pro-
gram, consult your doctor.
This is especially important
if you are on any prescrip-
tion drugs. Some drugs in-
teract badly with foods that
would otherwise be consid-
ered "healthy. "


siiins of asirtcke;

'SrThe n Am lller Str oke Ass-

niess of the face, armi or leg,
especially on onie side of the
bod; :
*" Suidden confusion, trouble
speaking or lunderstandling;
Sudden trouble seeing in
one or both eyes;
:' Sudden trouble walking,
dizziness. loss of balance or co-
ordination; and,
Suddeni, severe headache
with no0 known cause.
If you or someone with you
has one or more of these signs,
don't delay! Immediately call
9-1-1 or the emergency medi-
cal services (EMS) number so
an ambulance (ideally with adl-
v~anced life support) can be sent
for you.
Also, check the time soypou'll
know when the first symptoms
appeared. It's very important to
take immediate action. If given
within three hours of the start of
symptoms, a clot-busting drug
can reduce long-term disability
for the most common type of
Som~e people may have sev-
eral "'small" strokes before the
condition is ever diagnosed,
The sooner the problem~ is diag-
nosed and treated, the greater
the chances for a recovery.
According to the Centers for
Disease Control (CDC) a stroke
occurs either when the blood
supply to part of the brain is
blocked or when a blood ves-
sel in the brain bursts, causing
damage to a part of the brain. A
stroke is also sometimes called
a brain attack.
Stroke is the third leading
cause of death in the United
States, states the CDC. Among
survivors, stroke can cause
significant disability including
paralysis as well as speech and
emotional problems. New treat-
ments are available that can
reduce the damage caused by
a stroke for some victims. But
these treatments need to be
given soon after the symptoms
start.
The CDC offers the follow-
ing tips for reducing your risk of
stroke:


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in God's Word or in prayer, I have
lost my "first love:
3. When my thoughts during
leisure moments do not reflect
upon the lord, I have lost my "first
love."
4. When I claim to be "only hu-
nman" and easily give in to those
things I know displease the Lord,
I. IT en ml (1 n singly and
cheerfully give to God's work or
to the needs of others, I have lost
my "first love."
6i. When I cease to treat every
Christian brother as I would the
Lord, I have lost my "first love."
7. Whenl 1 view the commands
of Christ as restrictions to my hap-
piness rather than expressions


of His love, I have lost my "first
love."
8. When I inwardly strive for
the acclaim of this world rather
than the approval of the Lord, I
have lost my "first love."
9. When I fail to make Christ
or His Words known because I
fear rejection, I have lost my "first
,,ve
lo0. When 1 refulse to give up an
activity which I know is offending
a weaker brother, I have lost my
"first love.
11. When 1 become compla-
cent in sinful conditions around
me I have lost my "first love.
12. When I am unable to for-
give another for offending me, I
have lost my "first love."


By Jackie Miller, minister
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This weekend we are having a
revival at First Christian. We need
revival constantly because as Je-
sus said to the church at Ephesus
in Revelation 2:4, "Nevertheless
I have somewhat against thee,
because thou hast left thy First
Lovewant to share with you,
"Twelve evidences that we have
lost our 'First Love' For the Lord."
1. When my delight in the Lord
is no longer as great as my delight
in someone else, I have lost my
"first love."
2. When my soul does not
long for times of rich fellowship


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friendt re~spondel d to h~is condti-
tioni, "I ami coniviniced thait thcre
is a G~od. Ikniow thiat nio mlaltter
what happens -
to me, stading ii
with me is a lov
ing, caring God". .
Another shared
with me, "John,
I'm going to be .
with Jesus, take Ci~
care of my mom lic :
and dad." These John
add credence to Hicks
"Blessed assur-
ance, Jesus is mine.
Put in the right perspective,
we can come to realize that can-
cer is quite limited in rnany ways.
Cancer is not all powerful. There
are things that cancer cannot do.
Another friend with cancer once
shared with me such a list. For
instance, cancer cannot separate
us from God's presence. Nothing
can separate us from thle love of
God in Christ Jesus. Cancer can-
not overcome love. Cancer might
invade the body, but cancer can-
not invade the soul. Cancer' can
take away our earthly lif e, but it
cannot steal eternal life from us.
Other things that cancer can-
not do; suppress memories, kill
friendships, or cripple love. Again,
when you look at the bigger pic-
ture, cancer is limited in what it
can destroy.


D~o you know someone withr
< un .. Sha~re) the( good ne~ws
-- canlcer is nlot the endt all. A\re
you infllictedl with cancer your-
self? G;rab hloldl of the message
th~at embraces faith and hugs
h~ope. We have a God who hears
and answers prayers. Ultim-ately,
whenl we are in Him, we will go
to be with Him when our time
comes, whenever that might be.
We are surrounded by cancer
and cancer infiltrates our life, but
cancer is not the victor God is.
Because of this we can face what-
ever happens, for we know that
standing with us is a loving, car-
ing, victorious God. Thanks be
to God who gives us the victory
as well with His all-embracing
love and the love of family and
fr~iends.
The Clewiston area cancer
survivor's dinner put on by the
Relay for L~ife is Monlday, March
3, 6 p.m1. at First United Methiod-
ist ChurIICh of Clewistonl. Invite any
survivors or family members to
come to this special dinner. The
actual Relay for Life walk this year
is March 7-8), at Hendry County
fairgrounds. I invite you to walk
the circle on Friday night and
look at the names and remember
these special people who have
dealt with or who are dealing
with cancer, and their families
- and remember.


By Pastor John Hicks
First United Methodist
Church, Clewiston
Cancer'. A dreaded wor~d. Wel)~
stern's dictionary defines cancer
as anything bad or harmfull that
spreads and destroys. We all are
touched by it in one way or an-
other. Either a friend or a loved
one or perhaps even we ourselves
have experienced this dreaded
disease. It might be cancer in the
body, or it might be cancer of the
spirit or soul. The reality is that we
can't escape it. It's all around us.
The numbers of cases diagnosed
seem to be growing. I have a pain
in my heart as I think back tn
Frank, David, Lois, Cathy, Nancy,
Becky, Stephen, Bob, and the
countless others who were near
and dear to my heart who suc-
cumbed to the disease. As I wrote
the list, others have come to my
mind, now too many to list in the
space I have.
There are times Ilook for
answers and sometimes the an-
swers are hard to find. Sometimes
I can't find them at all. Yet, in the
midst of all of this, there are hopes
and promises given to us in God's
word. There are faith statements
by those who lived and died with
cancer that stand out. There are
many incidences in my life where
there were services of celebration
of life over funerals of loss. One


By Rev. Samuel S.
Thomas, Ph.D.+
St. Martin's Church,
Clewiston
It's come up again; the ques-
tion of teaching "evolution" in
shroe nto our c ildren.sWhen
the idea of a seven-twenty-four-
hour-day theory of creation,
he was asked about explaining
all of the fossils and evidence
found in the earth that pre-dates
such an idea. He answered
"How do you know God didn't
place them in the ground at a
later date?" Such a presump-
tion might be better attributed
to the god "Loki" who mythol-
ogy tells us was a trickster God.
I heard this answer and won-
Sdered if its proponent believed
God would deceive us, even if
was "for our own good." Such
an act wouldn't be consistent
with a God who loves, creates,
redeems, heals, is good.
I see that one of our neigh-
boring counties will be teach-
ing the "theory" of evolution.
I believe that's good; put all of

pehl oeie.I' an l an3
sive, and reasoned, built on
knowledge from what human-
ity knows worth considering.
It is a better explanation than
some of the other "theories" of
how the world and its inhabit-
ants came into being. Does this
theory somehow affect the idea
that God created the world? Not
at all.
Everyone can always ask
about a first cause, a first mover,
and offer answer that it is some-
thing surely beyond what we
ordinarily know; or the work of
God. Honest science acknowl-
edges where it cannot go; no-
body has come up with a defini-


tive "scientific" answer about
what came before the "big
bang" in the big bang theory, or
what cbemerbetfore that or wh~aa
greater appeal to understanding
creation from an evolutionary
appro lr than se ultgr todras

We soon forget the roots of
our faith the dynamism and
evolution of our beliefs in many
areas. I regard faith as dynamic,
not stagnant. I believe God con-
tinues to reveal things to His
creatures, that His creation is
ongoing. People seen ready to
believe that the earth is not flat
after all, that this planet is not
the center of the universe, then
act if somehow their beliefs
would all be shattered if Bibli-
cal accounts weren't literally
so. We've "evolved" from our
ancestors ideas, continue to do
so.
This will be ongoing, and faith
will not suffer after all. None of
the major discoveries that have
been made have destroyed faith,
nor affected the religion of those
who have incorporated them-

nahr te ae d3 Gnew un er

His universe, a, greater compre-
hension of His nature, and more
profound respect of just how
awesome He is.
Paul, when talking about
manifestations of faith, admon-
ishes "Brethren, do not be chil-
dren in your thinking; be babes
in evil, but in thinking be mature
(1 Corinthians 14:20)."
The Christian religion
"evolved" out of the Old Testa-
ment religioh, Paul "evolved"
from his background as a Phari-
see into the great evangelist that
he was, the beliefs of the faithful
have "evolved" in our treatment
of others (polygamy, human ser-


vitude, not taking revenge, the
value of life, just to name a few
examples). Instead of weaken-
angfaiah, wae b~e te isdersttan
worship and follow.
Better that we spend our time
on another in o "e v lution

find improved wrays of getting
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ing the world entrusted to us,
that we learn about building a
healthy environment for those
who follow us and the list goes
on.
Every now and then, some-
one asks "What would Jesus
drive?'" If we look to the Biblical
account, we find him on a don-
key on Palm Sunday Icf. Mark
11:7). Thiis account lets people
say "See, it's written in the Good
Book let's sell our SUVs and re-
stock the barn." I'm not betting
on that happening soon. We se-
lect where we choose to evolve
and where we get stuck in old
ideas. It does us good to ask ev-
ery now apd then just why we

hl a to soe 1 ong al'R a

world come to an end if some
of my pet beliefs weren't like I
thou ht?"
A saying I heard attributed to
the Quakers holas thath"Ast som!
lee ofdph tuhi n.
Believe that our explanations
that are the most comprehen-
sive, most inclusive, most ex-
planatory, that help understand
other ideas and explanations
along the way are our best ap-
proximation to truth. The Bible
that tells us "Ye shall know the
truth, and the truth shall set
you free" (John 8:32) seems to
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Skills; and must be willing to work grove F/T CAREGIVER benefits. Apply at extra charge, as well as
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FREE 29' TRAILER w/room
edition, codl h ntngd camkpe
Breeze RV (863)946-3111
LAYING HENS (10) & 1
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153 Pine Ln~. 3BR:28A Homle 5150,000
2960 Old Lak~eport Rd. 2BR;2B4 Homne 518 3,500
2420 Old Lokoport Rd. 2BiR/18A\ MHi Reducea 599.Y999
255 Thomos in 2BR:2BAMh',H 51 29,900
740 P~ io ve. 3BR. ?BA~ M/H~- 586,000
464 A-ve. 5 4BR/'2BA H-omne $71,000
1 690 Weist Ave. 28Ri2BA MH b- y the Watie; 51J9,500
401 A4ve 5 28R; 1BA\ Home 5138.150
370 Ave O 38FL 284 Horine 5250,1000
1025 NE 23rd! St 3BR;3BA Hom~e $225,000
1705 Gui SL. 2BR 2BA M/iH by th~e Walelr 5 149,5(00
2235 Riverslde Dr: 2BR;1BGA Homle by thle WateLr 5285,000
60)1 Sthi St. 3BR,28A\ M H~ 5123,900 Fully F~ullnshed
22 Colossa Lodge 28R 2BRA M/Hn 514,000
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CBS homne, 32 REDUCED
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*Clewiston 2DUPLEX, 2;] eacl.
REDUCED AGAINS2?JO,000
*Is Deca, 10 acres ORANGE grove
REDUCED $220.000
Owner Wantsi Offers
*5 Acres Fish Farm, 18 plools, M/H
$300.010 0 wner Finalce Mlake Offer
*S BkautiflAcus andMBQiSl60,000
*FOR RENT beautiful 2iZ fumituted,
10 acres, two pond\, balrn, tack
rooml, stalls. Price neg~otible
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A 30001Lor wilsporaiod
(863)532-9881
COLT AR15 MATCH TARGET
RIFLE 2.5 to 10 powe
Scope, never fired, 24" Bar-
rel $2000 (772)461-8822
(iUt COLLECTION Rifles,

ilot u s H nd G s &

REMMING2TO M8s0 rSu~p3
12 ga & Remington 1100 20
ga. $1200 863-357-1528
SAVAGE MODEL 99 300
cal., Colt 1894 US Army,
Ru016Od06A2m~y,38195000 or
SAVG IL o 9 cal



SEARS SHOTGUN (Win
1200), pump gun, 12 ga,
tight full choke, exc cond.
$165 neg (863)763-5120



AB LOUNGER SPOR0 orExbcel

offer (863)357-3439
EXERCISE BIKE $150. Call
after Spm or leave message
(863)357-1365
WEIGHT BENCH SET Gold's
Gym Pro Series. $500. Call
after Spm or Leave message
(863)357-1 365




L WN HAl M COK2S 22- ask-
PATIO TABLE with white
I wicker legs, 30x30~T'F" lass~3 q "

(863)467-8681



AIR CLEANING MACHINE -

SCasK nAoe r it mca u-


N200w 863c983n-4940 in.



BINGO BOARDS (2) Large,
$600 for both, will sep, or
best offer. (863)946-0184
BUGGY RIMS, (8),16x26
used for a tractor, no cen!
ters, brand new, $500
(863)677-0701
BUMPER PULL BOX CON-

T83)E6R75 40 e ein 200
CIGARETTE URNS Terra
Ct color $4 Oi t st
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children, etc. Only onle sig-
nature required! *Excludes
govt. fees! Call weekdays

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JANICE IN PAHOKEE Come
get your glass table in La-
belle. (863)517-1569
KITCHEN CABINETS never
i tsailed,owhite $50Nb & a
set. (772)475-6194


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OkeechobeetLivestock
Market Sales
Every Monday-12pm & every
Tuesday- 11am. 763-3127




GIIS MSIS


Apartments 905
Business Places 910
Comme cial 95

Te houses Rent99250

House Rent 930
Land -Rent 935
Resort Property -
Rent 945
Roommat'e 950
Rooms to Rent 955
Storage Space 60





AlwbaysHRenting B{y 3b
5%dn, 20yrs @ 8%apr! For
Listings (800)482-9419.
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT,
private drive, private en-
trance. (863)946-0004 or
(863)227-6155.



FURNISHED CONDOo- 2 br, 2

marina, pool & lake access.
$1200/mo neg based on
lease. Call (863)517-1376
FURNISHED CONDO 2 br, 2
ba in quiet complex next to
nak 000 d oee, $fo2, me


Babysitting 405
Child Care Needed410
Child Care Offered415

mavce Offered42
Medical Services435




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Police Dept. 863-983-6663,
863-983-2808, after hrs.
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Air Conditioners 5 5

Appliances 515
Appliance Parts 520
Beauty Supplies 525
Bicycles 530
Books & Magazines535
Building Materials540
Business Equipment 545


Clothin 565
Co ns/3 mps 50
Computer/Video 580
Crafts/Supplies 585
Cruises 590

F'r plac Fitr 6
Firewood 605

uranlth &eReducing6
Eq ient 6 00



Lme /Lights 5 0
Lu gae 645
Med ic Items 650
Miscellaneous 655
Musical Instruments 660
Office Supplies/
Equipment 665
Pets/Supplies/
Services 670
Photography 675
Plumbing Supplies 680
Pools & Supplies 685
Restaurant
Eqiment 6 0

S wing M chines 70
Stro Eui~pmdt 70
Tickets 720
Tools 725

Wanted to Buy 740





AIR COND 10K BTU, Whirl-
pool, $s50 (863)357-2873
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR UNIT -
voeoryaen/18keltue, se vied
or best olffr (863)763-3932


I IRECT )DTV RECEIVER -
With T75bo E~xce6ln 2 ndi-

T 4 Prso e ton, os ia,
(863)763-1713
TV, Sony XBR, 52" $400 or
best offer. (863)673-1981



GE ERAATOR Odjn E eadE I

$1 0 fim .( 3)d675-u48e51
RADIAL ARM SAW DeWalt
Works great, must sell. $150
or best offer (863)227-6210



X-BOSX n 2 wsi els c30 oles




VACUUM Kirby The Ultimate
G Series. Al attach. Extra
bgs. 8DV3D6 -ne5 6Manual.



CHIHUAHUA MIX PUPPY, fe-
male. (863)265-0382







Chrrist~mas Tme 75
Farm Feedu/ reducts 810
Frm Mis II aous 81

Offered 825
Farm Supplies/
Services Wanted 830
Fertilizer 835
Horses 840

sa laner en 85

Po tr /unp lies 80






SAWMILLS trom only
~$2,990.00--Convert your
LOGS TO VALUABLE LUM-
BER with your own Norwood
portable band sawmill. Log
skidders also available.
w ww. nowoodsa w-
mills.com/300N FREE In-
formation: (800)578-1363-
Ext: 300-N.



SADDLE 14K" Bob Mar-
shall, Treeless, Barrel, Floral
pattern, With silver. Asking
$1250 (863)697-6470
SADDLE 15" Western, New
Located in thle Okeechlobee
Area. $325 (772)349-3952



DIXON CHOPPER 50" cut
$4995 Guarl 863x7 3-470n4d
PUHn MOR exc~e lenit
(863)357-4926 Iv. msg.


ULTRA LIGHT Eagle Excel, 3
0xs Ie 3-3.,go~od s' ls

1.5hp pump, water softener,
Prsnure tank Lik~e n~ew.
%70ng. (863)7392
YARD SALE STUFF Buy Me
Out! 8xi6 enclosed trailer
full, $700. (863)467-5401



DRUM SET Rhythm & Art'
used, com lete w/sticks &
seat. $200 or best offer.
(863)697-0136
GUITAR Johnson, black,
sepd 32m00s. w/)s601 ja~se &

PIANO SppinetiniB Su0 f


RECORDER ROLAND, VS -
2000. Digital Studio Work-
statio li. $ 2 00 0
(863)763-9527
STGEUL RHARMeNc d R O
ee c n~d3, lor g cse, $30




AQIUARIUrMve c wihshso2 i -

$150 (410)228-2431
CHIHUAHA PUP 4 mo. old
Female $280. Call Barb
(Days) (863)675-2541. La-
selie area -
FISH TANK 300 gallon, must
3)69! 2700 01r best offer.
GOLDFISH (3), Ig., multi
colorfl aprx n6 great Sor

(863) 6-19
LAB Chocolate, AKC Regis-
tered. 3 yr old male. Free to
go60d 6hom 2ly. Please call





Diw Insle d aras w

orouled f trds. Salve $ it
this unique opportunity. Free
Estimates/FAST INSTALLA-
TION/EZ Financing. Call
(866)348-7560. www.Ktay-
akPoolsFlorida.com.
HOT TUB Hot Springs, 6 per-
son, new heater pump.
works great, set up & work-
ing. $1500 (863)634-0904


-E MAC rte

S rta~bleC electrircot$ 0
(863)467-9892



AIR HOCKEY TABLE $400
(863)634-7994
FISHING TACKLE 6 Boxes


GolfScp Byeag~e Car LO-0
cator $13. Tonls o Laughls.
Golf Scope Works 2! Great
gif~titde~a! 70d~e7[ 1da2
www, redangolf, conl
SKATEBOARD RAMPS (2)
$250 (863)634-7994


BUILDINGS FOR SALE! "Rock
Bottom Prices!" 25x30 Now
$4800. 25x40 $6100. 30x40
$7300. 35x50 $9990. 35x70
$12,290. 40x80 $14,900.
Others. MANUFACTURER DI-
R80C)T6 4@ne 1980..




ALUMINUM WINDOWS 1
30x30, tinted, 1 40x30, very
good condition. $30 will sep-
arate. (863)763-1997
SLIDING DOOR, Entry door &
screes inLke nedo $5




BABY ITEMS Crib, Stroller
High Chair & Walker, $170

(8 )6 3-5704e a tey
CRADLE SWING Fisher
Price, Nature Touch, Excel-
lent condition. $70
(863)983-6304 Clewiston

NB~a rrble GRSacA swing in
fant carrier slings (2), $130

J MPRO Fie 1Pic~e,
Rain Forrest, Excellent condi-
tion. $50 (863)983-6304
Clewiston area
PLAY PEN Open top swing,
bouncer & Jumperoo, Fisher

TPric Ranors t eed, e cs


fa3)e.6 0 tak r all era wl



HIKING BOOTS New, never
used, size 7.5 Wide Men's,
Hi-Tec Trek Lite. $30
(772)461-8822
LADIES CLOTHING New &
used, all sizes, excellent
condition. $200 will separ-
ate. (863)763-0742
NAME BRAND CLOTHES -
asking $20 (239)324-3676
PAGENTbGOWNe white, size

(863)675-0246
WSE00DN DRESS 18A Ln~e0
(863)675-0732
WDDINGe gONa 11 0s-

Never used. $500 Neg. call for
more info (863)675 7963



From 1980's. Never gone
throu g h. $3 2 5
(863)357-1528
ELVIS COLLECTION Many
Raeitae itemss ro
$300 neg. (863)467-0627


DOL .e- 2855 Hbe nri Hhana
stamp "Big 5", $1300
(863)763-2397
SEWING MACHINE Singer,
From 1915, in cabinet. $150
(863)234-9747
TRUN l llahrsrp





MICROWAVE Brand new GE
Pokjile S ce~maker 1stkou t
(863)673-3785
M CROWAVE white, 2 t


REFRIGERATOR GE, 18 cu.
ft., Almond, Frost free. $100
(863)675-1553
REFRIGERATOR GE, White'
Excellent condition. $175
Call (863)517-0244
WASHER & DRYER GE'
$ 22 5 or best offer

WA HE3R24-D6ER excellent
condition, $200 for both.
(8S3) 57-4926 Iv. msg.God
condition. $140 Will sep.
.(863)675-8937 LaBelle area
WASHER Kenmore, Front
10ader. Energy ef ficient.
$250 (863)675-0548



REFRIGE3RAT609FU 78TOVES




INDOOR GRILL Large George
Foreman, like new, great deal
for only $30 (863)763-8149
MICROWAVE GE Spectrum
o ver sto ve $1 0 0
(863)467-6769
SHOWTIME ROTISSERIE -
With all extras, new, never
used, will sacrifice for $130
(863)763-814g
SUB ZERO ICE MAKER ask
ing $50 (863)357-2741



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You Can Own?
We Finance Everyone!
All Size Sheds Available



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M~k 2 carS cr er racok. $
(863)840-0442


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purchase something
deer? Pick up some
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Towinhuess alet015
Frs-Sale 1020

Hunpetingl Poet1030

Pnrm e Sale -1035

Property Sale 1055
PrtngPopertynsetn1060
RneaEstateWnte05
ReotProperty ae13
Lab-Sale 1070
Warehouse Sae1075
WaefotProperty-Sl 1080




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*Good for Nursery
585 CR833
*MonturaRanches
Frontage on State Rd.
833
Waterfront Lake in back
ru ~ee

*Septic Tank
*Drain Field


By Owner Call
S(786)303-0173







fe o~l a3 esh e
Macint d ie ndean~dr lyt
N~ewly-refinished pool with
automatic chlorination and
cleaner, 1.3 acre lot, auto-
matic irrigation system, 6'
fence around back yard,
with r b titona pvac2
ca ccar ort, 2 sheds, s aIn-
less kitchen apliacs tile
floors, with carpet in 3 bed-
rooms. All offers consid-
Or~ed, asking $319,9000
available en pp$75 r~i ae
byfoer a loo~krthekn call Ti
863-599-2595 for appt.
Bank Repos! 3bd 2ba Home
only $35k! 4bd 2.5ba Home
19ly $50k !P~ayme~nts to
8%a r! For Listing & info
(80482-9419 g
For Il s r ees t u 1-b

5d 2yrs t 8lpr o
Listings & into
(800)482-9419.
NEAR BELLE GLADE MARINA
La g1 IR 2 BA 16blesk qya1
$187.000 (561)983-7989


BANQUET TABLE with 4
chairs, solid wood, $125.
(336)342-0221
BED queen size, mattress &
xos, i ht tae s rke on w

BEDRO SE (ue d

(863)467-1250
BR SUIlTE Spc, Qlue set
Sealy Matt/Boxspr, good
cond $200 (561)254-7458
CAPTAINS CHAIRS (4 ma-
ple, $100. (863)675- 548
CHINA CABINET Dark wood,
good condition, glass doors,

CO FE TABLE L gh wood
color. $35 (863)763-5067

COGUCHa t Bluse, pppeox. 104 0
(863)357-6775
CRUISER Ladis 6 spd.
White pit, wide tires, com
fortaeb e seat. Great condi-
tion. $75 (863)447-0857

D 36K S60id6 ioo 27" x54 ,


$10(863)983-4743


ENTERTAINMENT CENTER -
Broyhill, 5pc, maple wood,
glass & lights, $800
(863)763-7307
FORMAL. DINING TABLE .
Round, wrought iron, top is
glass, 4 chairs, exc cond.
$199 (863)467-1250
SHOME DESK with chair,
$125 (863)675-7410
NIGHT STAND With drawers
white. $30 (863)763-5067 '
PAI b BLE -ass ocha 55
(863)484-0395
RECLINER Black, Leather,
Great condition. Asking $450
(863)697-6470
RECLINER Lazy Boy, brown,
$75. (336)342-0221


best ofer (38d0a-4 07h



GOLF CLUBS (100) Misc.,
Ml brands Many gods $890

(863)946-3123


3B R/28A Foreclosurel
$11,000! Only $199/Mo! 5%
down 20 years @ 8% apr.
Buy, 4/BR $477/Mo! For list-
ings (800)366-9783 Ext
5798-
5bd 2ba Home only $425/mnol
3bd 2ba Home only
$199/mo! More 1-4bd
Homes Available! For List-
ings (800)482-9419.
CLEWISTN0 532-2 $21000/mo

CLEWISTON, Montura Ranch-
ens, 5br, 2ba, SW ac, $dl400
(786)301-1780
LAKEPORT 2br, 1ba,
$750/mo inclds utilities,
Re f' 94 2e q uired .
(863) 4-12
MOORE HAVEN 3br, 2ba, All
appl, W/D, laminate floors

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3br, 2b~a CBS, $900. 3/2
MH on acre fenced yard
$800. Large 212 + den, 1/3
ac, tile floors, $900. 2bl; 1ba
1110be ona2 lots $7500 0 i
(863)509-0096


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AN~N DYESS
~Y~5SiLIC. REAL. ESTATE BROKER
420 E. SUGARIAND HWY.
or us (863) 983-6663 (863) 983-9770
WEBSITE: DYESSREALESTATE.COM EMAIL: ANN@DYESSREALESTATE.COM
AFTER HOURS:
ANN DYESS LAURA SMITH TRAVIS DYESS ANGELGIC GONZALEZ
(863) 983-8979 Broker Associate (863)228-2215 SE HABLA ESPANOL
(863JS99-1209 (863)228-0023
RESIDENTIAL 3BR, 2BA with pool reduced to Montura $150,000
Condo Bass Capital $159,000 5269,900 3BR, 2BA SWMH landscaped
4BR, 2BA Ne Hom Red cd to 2BR 1BA cottage on 3.68 acres yard -Montura $97,500
$6, ewmeoc PB County $174,900 3BR, 2BA i~adgdal S/D $105,000
OBA0oyl am 24,003BR, 2 BA with pool on man- 3ellr wl DaWMc/ost $9,9
2BR2BARealyCut $15K made lake $310,000 4BR, 2BA DWM~H Montura $135K
'B,2ARalyCt 15 3/2/2 Ridgeview large screened 3BR, 2BA DWMH with 0/g ool
3BR,2BA 2 ares lagoleporch WAS $249,000-Now Ma e Evercone Rd $185,000
$240,000 Seller Wants All Offers Your Offer!!! Seller Wants Out
4BR, 28A Fully Furnished North- 3BR, 2BA CBS home with very VACANT LAND
sde $31 ,00 10 e back yard $259,900 MH Lot in Sherwood $24,900
si $0,02B I BA near all amenities Montura 1.25 acre lots available
48R 2 1/2BA on lake $377,500 '1~,0 Call for Listins
2 or 3BR, ldA1g l~ear yard 4BR, 2BA Harlem $1 20,000 Flag hole 2.41 ac $1 10,000
$239,0008 ,bB~0 p.m. New 3BR 2BR with Den 27.5 acres Pioneer $495,000
3BR,~~~ ~ ~~ 2B rcfne akyr arland Cir. $220 000 11 Montura lots $16,000 each
2 family Unit 3/1 and 1/1 Good 17.5 acres Pioneer S315,000
$215,000 income $174 900 Port LaBelle unit 102 $35K 0.b.0.
3BR, 2BA New Home $279,900 3/2/2 with pool and guesthouse
3B, BANe om $999 $ 295,000 COMMERCIAL
3BR,3BANew ome$299900Cabinet Shop 4800 s ft. & Apt.
3BR 1BAa ea 75d300ge n 5 MOBILE HOMES 5200,000
ocres in Ldea$ T,0 4BR, 2BA, [$$L DIf8,000 Turn-key movie theater on US27
3BR, 2BA on 2.5 acres Pionleae 3BR, 2BA SWMH Montura 1.25 $495,000 or building only
adj. 2.5 acres a so avail be acres furnished $98,000 5395,000
$175,000 SWMH on 4 Lots(45are)n
3BR, 2BA with loft room (has BA Woodland S/D $27.5,00 FORes RE
as well) $379,000 3BR, 2BA DWMH with 2.5 acres 2/2.5 T/h~omes ind. util. $1500 p.m.


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-New L~isting! Moor~e f laven 2JI.5 corner lot 80k
-New Listing! Moore I lavenlhctCJI Club 3/2 MI1 @ 135k
SNew ~i ring! Lakeporlt 25 ac. Nulrser~y with 3/2 CHIS
1 lolrne go700(k
SNew Listingl! Malntra 41/2 Modular onl 1.27 ac. 270)k
- 1/2 accelo' Al.~ PENINqlN'pi Mr
3 7l~'L'(l2 C:o~lel~ctly rlmlod elt l o/ I$e172..500
-1 Ior Ret! FBurnished MI il on lae w thi largle



V ~ll an)t s il (1 t~~;C. I' i in b( c 129k
- Ch Vlle\k It Out!! Ne artucin!Cstm un

- I'leduced!t Fenlced 32 MI ,I Ol Perfct o frt
t117ime bove r at ivetr fll 68k00 Ic l1l[1
-~~c~ sky valey )lo of T.( 75k I ti(
- Lbkiiver! Laes i;Scattii 'PeIince 2/ ihscend
p:Orch a~.Zll lakel SLIo~. 127k t [O;( L tl )T1T

S/I;lcl ]CUSIlomei on 10 aril [in(I l Moore Ilve NII. Buy t a
Acres.t: New in1 1)1 retll deal~V (< 15K Pl dr
I'ny,~~~~rrd)D. .\,~\'t lr S~n l~.lnhb~!
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real estate

MA~s 528 E 8 garlandHwy., Clew sto


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3/2 Home w/large Family Room, located
on North Bernor Rd. Reduced to $199,900

Jut litdH > u~e Obispo Ave.
each~ unit has 2BR/1BA. Just 259,.900
oreat Investmentl op~portunlity!
*4/2.5 CBS Home on fencerd corner lot,
Only $209,.000
*3/2, MH large lot. Holiday Isles Mo~bile
.Hon e Park1\. OSlly $69,90A .$3000
'3 3 Monil eminol Manor stao,oco
*Bring Anl oftrrs!! 3;2 cas on
Northside $220K
*~3/2 MH in Sunshine lakes onrly $129,.000
* CBS Homer on crnner lot $129,900 X
*3/2! CBS Homes on Hallrlem Academly-
,New conlstrulction.. only sise~soo
'Owner mlotivatedd !i apllil
*2/1 Homet attached / prmn.
great investment 5. I00oo
MOORE HAVEN / LAKEPORT
*Likie New 2/2 MH w,:lrg sunroom.
MH Yacht Club. Reduced to $108.5K
*2/o1 MH-Lak gx ,rt withd cllec Lake
*Spacious 2/2' in Lakieport. Comnpletely
Remlodeleul LakoS"O AcohessS2510)000
ship eligible $164,9)00
PIONEER/ LADECA/I FLAGHOLE
*3 or 4I BD. 2 BA, Custom Log Homne
on +/- 5 acres. Call for details


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CLEWISTON COUNTRY ACRES
Modular/Floor Plans. From $79,900 & up,
3/4/5BR, 2/3BA, acre & 1/4 available or use
your land as down payn ent. Financing available.





Tennessee Land Sale! 3 Acres
& Log Cabin only $59,900!
Saturday Marc 8th! kNew
2123 asjrs ofcfarmln wIth
sectacular views. 1 mile to
HARLEM 3/2 Brand New Nicklaus designed golf
Harlem Academy Drive course. Near TN River & rec-
Appliances, New carpet, rational lake. Or choose 5
LaC icalpedarG157,500. monan srta non
SHIP or Owning Call & ask about how to pay
Financing Possible IIN closing costs
Callwner863673-071 (866)999-2290 x1736.
or 561-996-8010



BY OWNER -Priced to sell, 10 ,
acres at $27,000 each. Call
John(305815-150 Mobile Home Lots 2005
FOR SALE -8.37 Acres M~lobile Home Parts 2010
Ind/Strge/Warehs, Hwy 78W, Mobile Homes Rent 2015
$75 0 roe s (h8 )880313 obile Homes Sale 2020

One man's trash is anoth-
anrtra~s to trasr ~"
an d i hecasl TRAILER STEPS, 38"wx31"1,
806) 7c n~d., $125


sOR av EN-Getaings!!! Dbl. Res. lot. 100 ~p ~

,8 i part f ro S ves o ManR aturedeHtome0 (ent)
filled, paved, util's & Septic... 14Ailbe
More savings!!! $29,900. EZ Approval
1st Realty. 954-980-5780 863-983-3016
PORT LABELLE LOTS -
$1000 down, $155 per month,
Owner financed
(305)481-1316 BANK REPO'S
~MOVE TO YOUR LAND
Mobile Home Angels
561-385-4694

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GAINS Up to 30% below ap- el Center specializing in cus-
Sr a is a Itomer orders, Lowest prices
n s .s oe e r iv e r h ig h LA K T8l 3 B RF 2 o r i~d

L ef on GOrnd 50paceni bile Home on .45 Acre Lot.
$4900 wlE dele~p d0dk le Go5 edi(n 7)316a~t48n.
geous wooded acreage. Boat Manufactured Home
directly to Gulf of Mex c (For Sale)
oxeln fiacng qCosts Statewd Sal s
special (800)564-5092, Ask NEW & USED
for 1024. Delivered & Set
Nort Caolin gaed Lke- 800-330-8106
Nrort Coam a gale5d0 mie Manufactured Homes (Own)
of Shoreline and great moun- SALE! SALE! SALE!
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(800)709-5253. Massive Markdowns
NORTH CAROLINA MOUN- Financing Available
TAINS-Almost two acres of 863-983-3016
beautiful land with breathtak- MUSE
ing views near The Smoky 3br, 2ba Doublewide
Mtns., large trees and great Buyer must remove. $13,000.
building site. Only $39,500. or best offer. (239)368-5108
(800)632-2212 http://valley-
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realty@verizon.net. on your lot for $41,900 in-
cludes A/C and Setup.
Tennessee- Affordable lake $2200 Down, Low monthly
properties on pristine 34,000 payment.(863)675-8888
acre Norris Lake. Over 800
miles of shoreline. Call Lake- New 32x80 Homes of Merit
side Realty TODAY! Lowest Price in Southwest
(888)291-5253 or visit Florida. Call for more info.
www.Iakesiderealty-tn.com. (863)675-8888


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WINNEBAGO, '81 28', Hunt- CHEVY 810 EXT CAB '83 2.8
Noa icny Do~wn with yo~uR erL or Sae in Race, ne JEEP LA4R 0 1408040 0 66 tlik $od5s~h0pe bebsa
Homes at Low Prices w/Low $3600 neg. (863)465-6497 offer. (863)673-2748 for. (863)634-2582
mo6h y payments. Call Auooie 05 F eD6 F0 1908040 o4b D,oln DODGE RAM 1500, '95 2
(863)675-888Auto Wante 401 cy. 7 0 rbs whl. dr., cold alc, pw, pi,
0KEECHOBEE 1br, large Fla Claisal Care 4015 fer. (863)673-2748 ask ing $ 2 5 00
room, furnished, heat & air, Commerolarcrl ucks 4020 k (863)517-2575
util furnished $6000 BOAT MOTOR 40hp John- Construction 'DODGE RAM '95 2500,

TALRC EK ISLES son~nt~r'l~sho s 2 0 Cars 443 GOLF CART 3Wheel Legend ca,4x auto t80Ma ,nreeg
D/W, 3br, 2ba, Open concept (863)763-3551 vyu DtDrur s403 t/rgr i6 r sNew bat parts,$4500 (863)634-2303
gKo eea39TalBO MeOTOR -oEln 14&1 hp art c Rpar ksm $900 (239)225-3282 FOR F205 1w/e9u t oF-)1r00
& A~d oningL63 3-08 000. tank, runs good. $450 Sport Utility 4055 w e ed 60frbt.
Cl 8637305 (561)790-3681 Trcor Tri rs 400863-763-7783
BOAT ~ ~ Wn TRIE 9, ae- t070 B67 MACK PARTS TRUCK FORD F250, '91 needs gaS
land, Galvanized, 1750 gross good motor, trans, etc., dia- tank, many new parts, no oil
we g~h~tbj 16' boat. $350 05n~d p aed bed h~ead~b70ard, leaes s$800. (863)763-3639
CHRYSER OTBOAR 4 CHEV BLOCKS (350 & 400), FORD F350, '01, diesel, SD
--^----- ,,,- hp, good for parts. $50 $500 POLICE IMPOUNDS Cars Assorted performance parts, XLT Lariat, crew cab, 2 whl.
I oats 3005 (863)484-0395 from $500! Tax Repos, US $500 for all or will sell separ- dr,~ long bed, extra 100 gal.
Campere/RVs 3010 Marshall and IRS sales! ate (863)634-0971 fuel tank, running boards &
Jet Skiis 3015 Cars, Trucks, SUV's, Toyo- CHROMERIMS22"W/TIRES topper, new tires & brakeS,
Marine Accessories3020 ta's, Honda's, Chevy's, more! Set (4), fits Trailblazers/En- $18,200. (863)675-0016
Marine Miscellaneous 3025 For L isti n gs Call voys. $800. 863-634-5888 FORD RANGER, 1987 Cus
Motor Itcle s/AT 0 MAINTENANCE MANUALS (800)706-1759 x6465 EGN 1 hrse nie tom low rider, V6 engine,
For OMC 2 75 hp outboard BUICK ROADMASTER '95 out of an '82 Dodge. $100 $950. Call 863-675-4624
egin s.0 Icd Meh &55Elec. 26530 firm likenewin/out, 836358 F eD RANGER e9d, edl,C

PROPELLER For a OMC 35 CAMAR0 '02, T-Top, High tractor, Headache Rack for box, $15 )0 or best offer
BASS TRACKER TX17 '95 hp Outboard engine. Like performance. Like new in- semi tr r., $500 will sell sep. (863)634-2582
Tournaean75t,c Mr acker '863 76-625 SvC all sidet N~e6d 3b-2 work. F R6D 81 0 9192-PP ISRU21 PICK UP TRU K1 29
tilt, $5000 (859)229-1039 la I Iclxl CHEVY CAMARO, '90- 2 dr., 6 Runs, Needs tune up and (863)228-5286
BOAT 19', w/Volvo eng., new cyl., needs en ine, body in work on A/C. $1800 or best
seats, new paint, galv. trk., good shape, $400 or best offer. (863)634-6601 TOOL BOX Fibergiass, for
runs great, $3200 or best of- HONDA CBR F3 '96 New off er(863)801 -3291IN O-7. Pick-Up, A-1 condition. $100
fer. (239)867-6394 tirfes,01000sr b suns CHVYAPIE,934d. FiReD F2505KO Gplete00incld (863)675-1690
DEEP V 16', aluminum & (863)634-7657 / 532-1382 minor repairs needed, run- Turbo, for parts only $1200
Trailer with new tires. $350 ning cond., $2500 firm. or best off er (863)261 -7692
or best offer. Must see... KX250 DIRTBlKE '88 Low (561)261-9994 FRONT BRUSHGUARD .
(86)73-052eudrs minorebdd & ed CHEVY CAVALIER 1995 Ranch Hand & rear step
JAVESLION BOACTa- 1'/ ht.n fast. $950 (863)801-3174 Bue weC, /s Dr., 3W dow mpr rits Clhevy PU,
(88 363) 43 25 7-3 9 2 or SUZUKI KATANA 750 '89 (863)675-3071 HITCH Reese style off of
(863)64-2382Street bike, runs great, new FORD FOCUS, 'OO 4 dr, cold 2003 Silverado 1500. $60
JON BOAT 10', aluminum, k47 748-3080902rbstff a/c, loaded, pw, pl, ed, auto, (6)3-97
8a 3)a~n~k 00 or best offer. SUZUK RM150-Dt 22ption $3,900. MHOTOdR&a 4 dfrom'94 RE DN


ap Johnsn. $60 re 8373 7 Ges Dof (U3)e6197-79 oote mee0 uorm rds of
(859)221-3766 LaBelle YAMAHA VERI(10 '96 Mint HONDA ACCORD 1991 A/C, (863)983-2255 and interesting person. No
KAYAK Fiberglass, 18', cond, pearl/green, very low Auto. Good condition. $1200 RAALE-Cvy3/tn, wonder newspaper readers
eh tke hull, E clen dcodi m72)597 D46e3/k2 5 303500 b(86)8 4 81633 4c -5 0 1$2H ar oe ucss
tio. 80 (6353-093run, have title, $300 or best (772)3 9-2923 Elo I lP~R
KAYAK- Necy Arlk 1.9 offer. (863)675-3714 call af- SIDE STEP RAILS Round tu-
18 1/2 ft, red. $800 or best ter 2pm bular, for 4 door Chevy pick JEEP CHEROKEE '91, 4 door,
offer. (863)840-0442 GL/OKCT Nwbt-KIA SEPHIA, '99 runs great, up, black in color. $10 Rebuilt engine, New tires &
OUTBDARD MOTOR '03 teries, 4 seater, cargo bed looks good, lots of new (863)763-3410 brakes, etc. Cold A/C,
Johnson, 2 cycle, manual w/lift gate, lights, charger, parts, cold alc, $3,000 or STARTER for 1986 Honda $3000 (863)634-2516
start, hand tiller, like new, $750 (863)697-2033 best offer. (863)697-9368 Civic, brand new, $200 orJEPCRKE 9-4wd
$180. (02)74-353 HONDA 250 SX '85 3 Wheel- MERCURY '99, Good me- betoffer. (863)675-3714 needs gasOEE' tak som rs,
PONTOON 28FT 4 cyl Che- er, needs carb work. Call for chanically, Needs body at 2pm hidsghs milag, rus.m $500 O
vy Mercy Cruiser, inboard out more info. $400 or best of- work. 40K mi. $1750or best TIRES 4, New, Fuzion best off er. (561 )261 -2625
drive,, extra motor incid, fer.(863)763-4271 offer. (863)675-5853 245/50R16. Paid $420. ,
$2700 neg (863)634-1536 MECR VGAD MAR- Asking$285 (863}763-0944 WILLYS WAGON '50,
HONDA 300 1999 -Four Trax MRUYCGAN -$2000 239-823-2587 or
P 0NT 0 0N B 0AT 4x4, $1400 or best offer. QUIS '96- Cold alc, low TIRES &RIMS -off '99Ford 863-234-1226
50 6 6 73rPLA3RI6S PREDATOR 90 '06 TECR RADMR I FI 4 7/R16 0 8 9 n4w o Imlrrws

Evinrude, ~ ~ Ne Galvniz trilr e $1nie~t, Iow GS '98 Exc cond, all maln- of 2500 Duramax, on stock ENCLOSED TRAILER Single
Einue Gavnz Nmilr orrs L807 9et (863)63-456/675-288 be relod $00 or rims $500 (8H63)634-797$8 ale, 4' b rn doors, 7' w de 4

V HAUL BOAT -12 ft f ber- SET OF ATVTIRES b4)- Dun- MERCURY MARQUIS, '90- (863)357-7936 (863)824-6720
glass wi050 merc67 8ed to I p, Kq 8KT12 120xx1l2d & re shap show 81k d TRANSMISSION For 1987 FLATBED EQIUIPMENT TR AIL-
go. (863) ~tread. $150 (863)885-1172 $1650. (863)467-7520 RD 1450, spe w d vew2 r ERftovtaI wtra s0

Ili~nr m~rslxuOLDS BRAVADA '98 leather (863)674-0898/517-1019
seats, power windows, pow- TRUCK BED '02 Toyota Tun-
GMC AMPR VN '6- igh-er eat, $800 dra 4x4 truck bed in good MOTORCYCLE TRAILER En-
GoM Cc~h~anjicay rsoe AIRSTREAM TRAVEL TRAIL- ec639oe157 $ 00tin $ 060 or best offer, closed, black, 1ce. $15 0
Receipts, $2500. or trade for ER, '7, 123, $4,200. Poic Ipond fr al! 3 635 -119
auto (561)254-7458 Clewist. (863) Honda Civoic $385dsfo S! 93To- TRUCK CAP Full' size. $200 1835711
RV COVER New, Adco Class ,ta Camry $7501 For listings (863)357-7936 P I
A TyVek, Fits 33-37FT. Cost call (800)366-9813 Ext UIIYBX-rd 20
$400, Sell $325 or best of- /i VOKW E 9271. cash You Haul .3 AEROSTAR EXT VAN '91 Ed-
for. (585)298-0759 1 OKWGNJTA'9- (6)3-33die Bauer Edition. $2500 Of
RV REFRIG. Dometic, w/ice Leather interior, sunroof, WIRE RIMS, 13x7, gold, $450 best offer. (863)763-2685
maker, 10 of, under warr, READING A runs great, in good condi- or best offer. (863)697-2168
less than 2 yrs old, exe tion. $4000 (863)634-0758 CHEVY VENTURE '99- clean.
cond. $750 (863)634-8617 NEWSPAPER MAKES ,aa rn oawrsgo.
YOU A MORE INFORMED In~Wk $ 2 5rn 0od acor bst gof,0 -
SUNLINE SOLARIS, '98 -26.5', fer(239)728-8521 LaBelle
clean, new refrig. & awning, AND INTERESTING CHEVY 2500 '89, Runs very
ducted air, lots of storage, PERSON. DATSUN 280Z 1976 Auto. strong. $1200 Negotiable. DODGE CARAVAN '94 Good
$5000. (863)675-0016 $2300 or best offer. 863-763-4149 or running, as is. $600
TIREGUARS -NewAdco 0(239)233-0413 561-758-4337 (863)697-9031 after 2pm
Set of 2, White, Fits 36"-39" wonder newspaper WILLYS JEEPSTER- '48, FORD F150- '87, Great for FORD AEROSTAR, '94 -driven
Tire. Set of 2 Fit 40"-42" Tire readers ore more popularl $2800 239-823-2587 or parts. No engine. $400. daily, $500 or best offer.
$40 will sep. (585)298-0759 863-234-1226 (863)467-2609 (863)763-36339


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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice Is hereby given thlat pursuanit to a Wnrt oi Execullon. Issuled In th~e Culcuil

treras, General Cleaning Services Enterprises, Inc., Irma M. Noriega, Melvinl
A. Noriega is defendant, being Case number 07-20139CC, In1 said Courlt. I. Ro-
nald E Lee. Sr. as Sheriff of Hendry County. Flonda. have leviedl uponl all the
ngt II and inater sto Itie d feendan nsl nieria Cle nng Se ics Inc. ris-
Inc., Irma M. Noriega, Melvin A. Noriega, In and to th` foilowi ng describedl p op-
erty, to-wit
.....~ , ,..... ,,,. ... .. 1 14 o f the in t eas
acE~I;:' dw 14 tS~Ecton 34. townshlp ~I. south., range 32 east. Henadry
304 dail OhLo tdNso. 19 po rtlonura RchE tsates Fohio No
FL as a
And on the 3rd day of April 2008. In the Couirtyard of the Hendiy Countly Court
haul th Laele. e oria abaldie h Ire da100ilt. A 1s 0 i iherdll pas us be
Lesly L. Sabillion, allsa Lesly L. Contraras, General Cleaning Services Enter-
prises, Inc., Irma M. Noriega, Melvin A. Noriega. nght, title and interest In Ithe
aforesaid property, at public auction and willl sell (110 same. subject to taxes, all
pnor' ties enuno ets abneda ldmnes.d Iaytoo th hgtheestp bide fooCA j
and the satisfactlion of the above- esenbed execution
Rad E Lee. Sn
Hendry County. Flonda

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Submitted photos/Sonja Crawford

Reserved hog
Haley Stevens prized hog took the title of Reserve Champion
Swine during the recent La Belle Youth Livestock Show.


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The Hendall Coun ly Hlospl(l Authenty \
Boa d of UnelLctols will condut thI r 1111 1
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262821 CN 2 28 08


Thursday, February 28, 2008


Serving the communities south of Lake Okeechobee


ticinlg, andt nleat appearance will
assist thle exhibitor in being suc-
cessful.
Haley Jenlkins captured G;rand
Champion as well as the H-endr
County Bred G;rand Champion
award with her 1,185 pound steer.
Haley is a member of the Hen-
dry County Cattle 4-H Club. The
breeder of Haley's calf was Don-
ald Pendrey of LaBelle. Receiving
the Reserve Champion award was
Shelby Weeks who is a member
of th~e Clewiston High School FFA
Chapter. Shelby's steer weighed
in at 1,255 pounds. T'he Hendry
County Bred Reserve Champion
was awardled to Jennifer Davidson
of the Clewiston H-ig~h Sch-ool FFA
Chap~ter. Th-e producer of Jennifer's
callf' was thle Clewiston High School
FFA C:hapter. inl order to achieve
thle hlonor of receiving the Hendry
County Bred Glrand and Reserve


Champion Steer, the steer had to
be born in Hendry County or the
producer must be a member of the
Hendry County Cattlemen's Asso-
ciation.
In the Senior Showmanship
division, Hendry County Cattle 4-
H Club member Jamar Boykin
achieved first place receiving a belt
buckle. Shelby Weeks came in sec-
ond place with Rachel Fries win-
ning the third place award. Jamar
and Rachael are both members

uftbbe Hendry County Cattle 4-H
The Hendry Counh Cattle 4-H
Club is led by Kenny Wayne and
Amanda Keen with Pat Mccill lead-
ing the A-1 Steer 4-H- Club. Mike
Swindle is the Clewiston FFA Ad-
visor. All exhibitors did a great job
exhibiting their critters, thank you
club leaders and parents.


By Sonja Crawford

Steer Shrow heI lrllicsdlay, Febl. I'
at te11( -endtry C'ountly Fairgrounlds.
Thle show conlsislted of P~ee Wcs
4-H1 alnd FFA mlembel~ rs shiowinig
thlei Ilei~erS, COWS, CalVcS alki
SteerS. l'le Steef~S exhlibited at tle
ShOW ranlged in weight from 1040
pounds to 1:370 pounds. Mr. Jim
Selph of Arcadia was the official
judge for the evening.
Rylan Keen, Tayler Mccill,
Ashton Powers, and Bella Shinle
I Believed blue ribbons for their par-
ticipationl in~ the Pee Wee Hleifer
diVISion,

Illelllber Kelsie I lanlsen captulred
GrIanld Chlamlpionl withl her cow

C'hampionl was awardel d to Kelsey
.Ienklins wvithl her heifer nlamed '


('ooktie. Kelsey is also ai membe1[(r
O the fIlmoIltry C'ounrty C:attle 42-H
('lub.
In thle Beef Breeding Showmla~-
s~ip,~ Fitting andlt Groomning! Junior
Division, Kelsey Jenkins tooke first
place with Kelsie H-anlsen capturing
flfst plaCe in tile SeniOr diVISIOn.
The steers were judged on mus
cling, correctness of finish, balance,
capacity, size, as well as carcass
desirability. The beef breediing crit-
ters were judged on size, growth
potential, muscle, balance, struc-
tural correctness, capacity, and sex
characteristics.
Showmansh~ip was judg~ed on
the ability to exhibit an animl-al to
its best ;Idvanltage, as well as t~e
overall care andl~ trainingl of th~e ali-
Inlal. Thle exhibitors aIre judtgedl on
control, p~resenltation to thle judge,
arwarenelss of thle judgeqc, andt knlowl-
edge of' thle sp~ecies. Plannings, prac-


h~og weighed 258 pounds. H-aley
Stephlens of thle Double "l-l" L~ive-
stockc Club exhlibited thle Rieserve
Chlamipioni Hog weighiing in at 271
poundlts.
After thle placing of thle swile
camle thle Showmnanship category.
'The official showmanship judge of
the eVening WaS Ms. Ashley New-
somle of Riverview. Showmanship
is judged on the ability to exhibit
an animal to its best advantage, as
well as the overall care and training
of the animal. The exhibitors are
judged on control, presentation to
th~e judge, awareness of the judge,
and knowledge of the species.
Planning, practicing, and n~eat ap-


pearance will assist the exhibitor in
being! successful.
In the Junior Swine Showman-
ship, division: Double "H" Livestock
4-H1 Club member Kelly Taylor cap-
turedl the first place award. Court-
ney Bancroft also of the Double
"H" Livestock 4-H Club was award-
ed the second place trophy.
In the Senior Swine Show-
manship category: Double "H
Livestock 4-H Club member Cory
Taylor was awarded the first place
award. Shelby O'Bannon of the
Hogs R Us 4-H Club captured the
second place award.
Pig Skin Classic 4-H Club mem.
ber Nicole Fiore was the winner of


the Average Daily Gain award wirth
Michael Rothenhoefer capturing
the second place award. Michael is
a member of the Double "H" Live-
stock 4-H t t oalehii
Congra uaions t l xitors,
thank you club leaders and parents.
The Double "H" Livesock 4-H Club
is led by Colette/Chad Willis and
Sidney Platt and the Hogs R Us 4-H
Club is under the direction of Scott
Hackman. Donna Hull and Do-
reen Backes are the leaders of the
Pig Skin Classic 4-H Club and the
LaBelle FFA Chapter is led by Jeff
Burton.


By Sonja Crawford
OnI Wedlnesday,. Feb. 13), thle 4-H /
FFA Miarket Swinle Sh~ow was held.
T~he show\ c~onsisted of 4-01 andt FFA ~
m~embe~rs exhib~iting thcir market
sw\in~e ranvginlg fromll 200( pounIds to
3103 pounds.
lthe *(114 I.11 judge Of the eVeninl
WiaS Mrll. Alan NeW~SOme of Rivier
VieW,. Florida. T'he hogs were judged
Onl muSCling, trimnOSS, length Of
bodyi, spring to the rib, design, pro-
ductive type, correctness of finish,
and expected carcass desirability.
The G~rand Chamlpion Sw~ine
W8S Shown byv Logann White of
the Hogs R Uis 4-H C'lub. Logann's


I E~~r~ll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 20th
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
GLADES COUNTRY FLORVAIIN
CASE NO.: 2007-CA-000194
JP MORGAN CHASE BANK NA
Plalntiff
UNKN0\YN HEIRS, BENEFICIARIES, DE-
VISfES RAS UGNES LI ENN S
OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM AN INTER
TUN A;K' C LE EHOEICK LENN.
DECEASED, et al
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
UNKNOWN HEIRS, BENEFICIARIES, DE-
VISEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM AN IN'
TEREST IN THE ESTATE OF CALLIE
H. GilNN A/K/A CALLIE HEDICK
GU DEEA E m

ESTE KUnn n nRGT ES
WRIGHT AS PERSONAL REPRESEN-
TATVE KF AHEL SATE HF IALIUENHN
Last Known Address:
PO Box 1030, Moore Haven. FL 33410
171 A eue iM ore Haven, FL 33471
Current Residence Unknown
BILLIE JEAN GUNN
Last Address Unknown
1 Avne L. Moor Hnaven FL 33471

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
Foreclosure of Mortgage on the follow-
ing desenbed properly.
LOTS 10, 11 AND 12 BLOCK 5 OF THE
HAVENORACTCO NHG-T00FMAMPOS O
PLATS THEREOF RECORDED IN THE
GUBICS RC 0 0 OF DST0 AND
has been filed against you and you are
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 20TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HENDRY COUNTY,C LOI VAIO
CASE NO. OII-01-CA
INOYMAC BANK. FS B
Plaintiff
FANCISCO FRANCO. CARDINA FRAN-
C. USNKNNO W TE N ANT () IN OCS-
PROPERTY. RAINTREE VILLAGE UNIT
NINE PROPERTY ROGANGEREL CSSTOOI
REGISTER ATION SYSTEMS. AS NOM l-
NEE FOR INDYMAC BANK. FS8.
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
To the following Defendantis)
FRANCISCO FRANCO
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
CARINA FRANCO
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)


YOU LR 25NOTFE thta ciNLf

TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT 8001( 3, PAGE 144, PUBLIC
REOCRADS OF HENRY COUNTY.
a/k/a 8024 ROYAL CIRCLE, LABELLE,
FLORIDA 33935
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blue r-ibbons, one Reserve Cham-
pion rosette.
The Best of Show trophy was
awarded to Jessica Bechtel with
her dairy goat named Violet. Violet
is a Purebred Nubian Milker- (three
years and over). Violet was born on
Jan. 5,, 2004.
In the Junior Fitting and Groom-
ing division, Stephen Woosley
captured the first place trophy
w'ith Ryley Bowen in second place
an~d CaRssidy Willis achieving third
place. In th~e Jullnio Showmar~ nship
diviision, Allyson Wtoodard won
first place receiving a trophyv with
Cassidly Willis wYinning! the second
place trophy.
In thle Senior Fitting: andi Groom-


ing division, Jessica Bechtel took
first place receiving a trophy with
Britney Woosley winning the sec-
ond place award and Kaleigh
Woodard in third place. In the Se-
nior Show~manship division, Jes-
sica Bechtel captured the first place
award with Kaleigh Woodard in
second place.
Exhibitors who participated in
the LaBelle Youth Livestock Dairy
Goat ShowI were members of the
Pioneer Dairy Goat 4-H Club under
the leadership of Pat Bosley and
the Udder Fun Dairy Goat 4-H Club
led byI Marsha Bechtel. All exthibi-
tor~s did a gr-eat job exhibiting their
critters, thank you club leader-s and
parents.


By Sonja Crawford
The LaBelle YOuthl Livestocl<
Dairy Goat Show was held on
TilUTSday, Feb. 14. The official judge
foT the eVeniny WaS Ms. Kim K~enp
Of Felda.
The PeeWe~e exhibitors received
blue ribbons for their participation:
Myra Uanda, Megllan UattOn, Han-
11ah Bechtel, Jacob Bowen, Clay
Campbell, Jakte Cor~onado, Jamees
FeltS, SaSOn H-ar~rell, H-aley Harrell,
TaylOf MC~ill, JUStill Micktelsonl,
Alyssa O~'bern, C'arlos Puenlte,
Zachary Tanner, Kinlsley Tracy, ald
Natalie Welk~y.
Exhib~itors were awardled blue
Of fed fibbolis for ea~ch dlairy goat


entry: Br~ittanyr Arthur, one blue r~ib-
bon; Jessica Bechtel, seven blue
ribbons, four Grand Champion
r~osettes, two R~eserve Champion
Rosettes; Ryley Bowven:, twio blue
Itibbons, one Rieserve Chlampion
rosette; Isaac Lopez, one blue rib-
bon; Amnatullah Seymlour, one blue
ribbon; Cassidy Willis, five blue
ribbons, onle G;rand Cham~pion ro-
sette, one Reserve Champion ro-
sette; Allyson Woodard, two blue
ribbons, one Reserve Champion
rosette; Kalleigh Woodard, twYo
blue ribbons, onep Grand Cham-
pion~ rosette; B3ritney Woosley, four
blue ribbons, onle Grlanld Chlampi-
on rosette, one Recservie C'hampion
r~oseltt; andc Stephenr l Woosleyi, folr


calf w\as also Alico. In order to
achieve the honor of receiviing the
Heldry) C'ounty Bred G~rand and
Reserv\e Champion Steer awar-d,
the steer had to be in born in
Hendry! Country or the producer is
a current member of the Hendry
Counlty Cattlemen's Association.
In the Senior Showmanship
division, Hendry County Cattle
41-H- C`lub membler~s Rachel Fries
achieved the first place award
With .OSie DOykin in second
place. C'lewiston FFA Chapter
m~embehr Jennife~r Da8VidSon took
third p-lace.
jil (110 UlullOr Showi:naliship
division, A-1 Steer 4I-H Club memn-
h~er Jiinlyll! Davis c~apture~d th~e first
place award.
All of the exhibitors did a Sreat
job exhlibiting~ their critters, thanllk
ylou club1 leaders anld par~ents. T'he
Ilcendryi Conunty Ca(ttle 41-H- Clubh is
led b~y K~elnny Waync amI AntaIda111;
Keen~l anld th~e A-1 Steer 4I~ 11lub is
led by\ Pant Mcc~ill.


By Sonja Crawford
The Pee Wee Calf, Beef Breed-
ing and Market Steer Show hleld
'Tuesdlay, Feb. 12, at the Hendry
COuinty Fairgrounds. The show
collSlstedl of Pee-Wecs 4i-H- aid
FFA mremnbers showing th-eir
COWS, I1eile~rS, CarVCS anld SteeMS'
Thle steers exhiibitedl at1 the siow
faiiged ill Weig! rr0111 1,00!)
pOUirLIs to 1,315T poundits. Mr. Lair-

Of'fiCi~la 11(g i.'P 1I(O fec~Vcellin~.
Six en~lf csllib~itors becganl the
eVClil DH~inng clesliolUs

exllill)110s olsisted of Fail~ltlsOR



Tlhe ste~ers w~ere judlged l oi
namestli ngl co~rrctnecss ofI finisi,


b~reedting critters wer~e judtgedl on
sizc, gro wthl p~otentiall, Illlisr l c,

CH)c.;l;y.l, alldt scex cliarnelcl ri stic' s.


Shlowmllanshi p w~as juidged on
the ability to exhibit an animal to
its best advantages, as well as the
overall care and trailing ofthie an-
imal. The exhibitorswMere judged
on control, presentation to the
judge,~ awarenlesss of the judge, as
well as knlowledlge of thle specie.
IMalllling. p~racticing~, andi ncat ap-
pearance will aIssist thle exhlib~itor
ill Lbcillg sUicccSShill
In1 thle Bcf Breedling dlivision, .

( pg~l( ('la;llllipill I feller ;1ward ~
withc~vr ('llllay W ll I ms inn ;\\ing the

WeI I O( (;r i fil Slllpli(lel Marilli Will ;1(

awa~rdedt to Klcs~ic Hanlsonl.




p~lace awardl't with sle G51~' (regg
In1 sc~onr d place`( and1~ R.J1. Hanson ~


In thle Senior Show:manship
division, Hlemir~ C'ountyi Cattle
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Swamp jaws
Gator wrestlers use a pole or stick to determine an alligator's reflexes, temperament and attitude. The pole is not used
for hitting, but to nudge the gator just a bit. Billy Walker demonstrates his skill at the 70th Annual Brighton Field Day and
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Fun work
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Dresses of many colors
Ladies in Seminole patchwork proceed to the arena for a clothing contest. Semmnole and
other Native American arts and crafts booths were set up at the three-day event at Brigh-
ton Reservation. To see more photos of rodeos and festivals, go to http://photos.newszap;.
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Brighton parade
Joe Flint (right), clerk of courts, participates in the parade during the 70th Annual Brighton
Field Day and Rodeo. From the left are Mary Povia and Shauna Povia Flock. The three-day
event was Feb. 15-17, at Brighton Reservation in Glades County.


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Ortona pie
Apple-pecan pie is an example of what tourists and locals
love about the South, Desserts were part of the fund rais-
ers at the Ortona Cane Grinding Festival which benefits
the Ortona Volunteer Fire Department. The festival is an
annual event that took place Feb. 2 in Glades County. To
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Glades County commissioners climbed aboard a swamp
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Brighton Field Day and Rodeo. In front from left to right
are commissioner Robert Giesler, driver Tony Alvarez and
commissioner Paul Beck. In the' back seats, from left to
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Charged up
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putting up this game-chang-
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The Chisolm factor
In the first quarter of the Feb. 19 Class 4A regional semifinal game against the Suncoast
Chargers, Glades Central Raiders sophomore guard Antwon Chisolm made his presence felt
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Celebration at the end
'The Glades Central Raiders celebrate after their 49-38 Class
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Pressure defense
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with 3:30 left in the first quarter of the Feb. 23 Class 4A re-
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ten attempted this three-point bucket with Pace up 55-38 Iate
ih the third quarter. However, the Raiders junior guard missed
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Team Heat was the second place team with a
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Team, Sixers, League Champions with a re-
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The Glades County Youth Ath-
letic Association closed out the
2008 youth basketball season
with a closing program in the
Moore Haven High School Gym
last Wednesday afternoon, Feb.
20. All players were recognized
with certificates, cokes and pizza.
Special recognition went to the
league champion team, the Sixers,
with individual First place trophies,
MVP, Hustler and Most Improved
were awarded to individual play-
ers for each team. First and sec-
ond place trophies were presented
to the winners of the Knights of
Columbus Free Throw Shootout.
The officers and members of the
GCYAA would like to express their
appreciation to the team sponsors'
the Glades County Youth Livestock
and Griffin Electric and Air Condi-
tioning. Appreciation also goes to
iheKni hts of oliumu sfo elCn
ordinator, Sonny Hughes, would
like to thank Rayon Campbell,
Elazarus Blackmon, Errol Mundle
and Maria Leavy for assisting with
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goes to the following players:


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weeks of basketball.


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Quan Sadler, Dangelo Ware, Tyre
Sweeting
Hustlers- Nathan Simmons,
Tyroq Hallback, Sha ran Gary,
Natlie I proved- Saevon
Brown, TevonmTphompson, Tom
Perry, Keaton Tullock
Game Balls went to Tono-
ria Cunningham, Miranda Rosa,
Omar Pena, Issac Cisneros, Bran-
Free Throw Shootout Win-
ners Jr. Boys First Place Tyre


Sweeting Second place Keaton
Tullock.
Girls First Place Miranda Rosa
- Second place Natalie Leavy.
Seno B ys first place Mi-
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gelo Ware.
League Champion team and
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Club Meetings.

NtiiVe Plant Society Saturday bingO every month on second Tuesday
at the library at 5:30 p.m. For more
plans meetingS Bingo night at the American Le- information contact Ellen Hawk
gion in Moore Haven will resume Geakce at (863) 983-2962 or (863)
The Florida Native Plant Society for the winter season. It is held 946-1963.
meeting will be held on the first every Saturday from 5:30 to 7:30
Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. p.m. Cold drinks will be available.
at the AgIri-Civic Center at 4509 The American Legion building is Alzheimer's support
George Boulevard in Sebring in at 600 River Road onthe southeast~ide~~~era onm (FnargOH" meetS
conferside ofo thebe river
confrene rom nmbe thee.The Alzheimer's support group
For more information, call Roy will meet regularly on the first and
Stewart at: (863) 632-0914. NaRYOticS tidTedyo ahmnh
Anonymous meetS For more information, please
Glades RepublicaBS Narcotics Anonymous meetscalPmTereofCwstnt
meeting setMonday at 7 p.m. for open dis- (863) 983-5123.
meetig S~fcussio meeting at Buck Head
The next meeting of the Glades Ridge Christian Church, 3 Linda We WRnt yOur nOWS!
Republicans will be March 25, Road, Buckhead Ridge. For more The Glades County Democrat
at 7 p.m. at the home of Donna information please call (863) 634- wloe esrmhcmu
Storter Long, 1450 Coffee Mill 48. nity. Post your news events, p)To-
Hammock Rd. in Ortona, Anyone tos and opinions online at wwwu.
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and also the Young Republicans The 2008 election is just around email to gcdnews@newszap.com
are encouraged to attend. If you the corner. All Glades County reg- or call toll free (866)-399-5253. For
have any questions, please call at istered Democrats are encouraged more information, see the At Your
(863) 673-0452. to attend. The Glades DEC meets Service Box on page 4.

Glades at a Glance


Staff wuriter Nena Bolan can beBu bfet
reached at nenabolan~,fa~hoo.com THr RHn iH ef 8
The Glades County Board of
Sell it quic~k County Commissioners deter-
4 ~mined that emergency condi-
uvih a oninetionsexists as a result of extreme
Withan olinedrought and other existing weath-
crlasifie ad!er conditions. The Board imple-
~mented a burn ban, starting Jan.


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decal will be placed on boats that
meet all the requirements. Call
(863) 467-3085 to arrange a boat
check.

BRSS BusterS
RBROHROOS '08
tournament dates
Bass Busters has announced
its dates scheduled for the 2008
fishing tournament season in-
cluding the Elite Tournament Se-
ries, Silver and Gold Divisions; a
Championship Tournament; Su-
perbucks Tournament, an end of
the year tournament that guaran-
tees $10,000 to the first prize win-
ner and the annual Toys for Kids
fishing tourney event to be held in
December. All Bass Busters tour-
naments are held in Clewiston,
with tournament times from safe-
light until 3 p.m.
For more information about
registration and exact dates,
please visit the Bass Busters Web
site at: www.bassbustersflorida.
com or email: chris@bassbusters-
florida.com.


Fishing club
seeks volunteerS
Big O Bassmasters is a fish-
ing club that also strives to be of'
service to its community through
donations with the help of many
sponsors and volunteers. Do you
like to fish and help out? Call the
club at (863) 227-0315 or (863)
946-3100 and inquire about
membership. We meet once a
month on a Monday night at the
library meeting room in Moore
Haven with an inter club fishing
tournament on the following Sun-
day. For more information, please
contact David at: (863) 946-3100.

CORSt Guar~g
makes house calls
LAKE OKEECHOBEE -- Did you
know the U.S. Coast Guard Auxil-
iary makes house calls? They will
come to your home to discuss
the required safety equipment
needed on your boat. This service
is free. You will receive a cordial,
informative and confidential boat
inspection. A vessel safety check


tourney set
The second annual Black Gold
Jublice Co-Ed Softball Tourna-
ment will be held on Saturday,
March 29, at Pioneer Park soft-
ball fields. Teams must consist on
ten players, with a minimum of
four women. Ages are 18 and up.
There is a $125 registration fee per
team. Applications are available at
the Belle Glade Chamber of Com-
merce or you may contact Donna
Moss, Becky Outz or Stephanie
Stein at (561) 996-4203.


INU/Nena Bolan
Students from MHHS family and consumer science classes display the "Power of Pink" ban-
ner for the Run by the River 5K Race. The March 1 event benefits breast cancer care. The
route will take participants along the Caloosahatchee River in Moore Haven-


All participants will receive a
T-shirt and wrist band. They are
encouraged to wear pink on the
day of the race. Winners will re-
ceive medals with pink ribbons.
Donations of any amount are
welcomed. Runners/walkers are
encouraged to bring co-workers,
family and friends.
Janice Brown is the FCCLA
chapter advisor located at Moore
Haven High School. She is in
charge of registration and can be
reached at (863) 946-0811.
Pre-registration can be done
at the high school counseling of-
fice or Moore Haven Elementary
School. If you live out of town


you can contact Ms. Brown by e-
mail at janice .brown@gladess-
chools.org and a fax can be
sent.
Participation from the
neighboring counties of Lee,
Okeechobee, Highlands and Palm
Beach is welcome.
The route for the 5K run/walk
runs part way along the beautiful
Caloosahatchee River in Moore
Haven. .
For more information on
breast cancer go to wrww.bosom~
buddies.org
starr wrier Nena Bolan can be
reached at nenabolan@yahoo.com


Television Commercial about
Splenda (made from natural
sugar) is misguiding American
consumers and may have harm-
ful health consequences. John-
son &Johnson Cornpahy paints a
picture of Splenda, as it is natural
sugar without calories.
The truth is that sweetness of
Splenda derives from a chlorocar-
bon chemical that contains three
atoms of chlorine in every one of
its molecules. The manufacture of
this chlorinated compound gives
and illusion to consumer by nam-
ing it sucralose. The improper use
of "ose" in the name leads people
to think that sucralose is natural
like sylcrose, which is the precise
name of table sugar.
The fact is that there has not
been a single long-term human
study to determine the poten-
tial health effects of. Splenda on
people. The FDA relied on a few
short-term tests when it reviewed
the safety of Splenda for human
consumption. The manufacturer
of Splenda conducted all these
human tests. The vast majority
of tests reviewed by the FDA to
determine whether Splenda was
safe for human consumption


were conducted on animals, in-
cluding rats and rabbits.
The manufacturer of Splenda
claims that chlorine is naturally
present in such foods as lettuce,
mushrooms and table salt, but
they never directly state that eat-
ing Splenda is the same as eating
these foods. Remember, Splenda
is not a natural substance, it is
an artificial chemical sweetener
manufactured by adding three
chlorine atoms to a sugar mol-
ecule. And again, because there
have been no long-term human
studies on Splenda to determine
the potential health effects on
people, no one can say with cer-
tainty that the substance is safe to
eat.
Australian and New Zealand
sugar groups joined American
representatives of sugar farmers
and processors to demand action
on misleading advertising of the
chlorinated artificial sweetener
Splenda. Sugar growers are ask-
ing U.S. Federal Trade Commis-
sion to condemn Splenda's adver-
tising slogan "Made from sugar,
so it tastes like sugar" because it
is misleading consumers.
These sugar groups have filed


a lawsuit against the Johnson&
Johnson Company. Johnson &
Johnson has been accused of
falsely advertising the chemicals
in Splenda. United States Districtl
Dale S. Fischer rejected Johnson
& Johnson's request for sum-
mary judgment based on thiat
charge that the plaintiffs had urv
reasonably delayed bringing suit,
and said that a jury at a trial on
the merits should hear the claims
against Johnson & Johnson. It has
been estimated that damages in
this case could reach $1-billion.
It is very unethical for Tate&
Lyle Company who sold the West-
ern Sugar to farmers in Montana,
Wyoming, Nebraska and Colora-
do to be producing Splenda and
making big profit, which is tak-
ing market away from their old
growers. I guess the bottom line
is what matters.
Sincerely
National Sugar Chairman for
Women Involve In Farm Econom-
ic WIFE
Wyroming State President
Klodette Stroh


INI/Nena Bolan
Billy Walker entertained visitors at the IBrighton Field Day and Rodeo. The three-day event
took place on the Brighton Reservation in Glades County, Feb. 16-17.


three-day festival. This year's cel-
ebration at the Brighton Reserva-
tion was held Feb. 15-17.
During a show, alligator wres-
tlers use a stick or pole to evaluate
the animal's reflexes, tempera-
ment and health. The pole is not
used for hitting, but to nudge the
gator just a bit. Depending on the
reaction, the handler can gauge
how game the beast is for a per-
formance and what it will or will


not tolerate.
Mlr Walker was trained by
Seminole elders to revere the ani-
mals that live on this earth, and he
believes mankind should be their
guardians. He hopes children and
youth will practice this idea.
"Have respect for elders, and
respect for life," he said.
Staff writer Nena Bolan can be
reached at nenabolan ~yahoo.com


GRIOY
Continued From Page 1
capture or wrestling show.
Times have changed and Mr.
Walker has been able to practice
hlis skill and blend it with artful
inoves in the arena. His show-
manship wowed the visitors who
attended the 70'" annual Brighton
Field Day and Rodeo, which is a


and Mr. Killian found himself
working with the WWF for eight
years.
Mr. Killian has stern advice
for kids and pet collectors. He
commented that anything in
nature deserves a great deal of
respect. He cannot give lessons


on how to read a snake's body
language. Skills like his are high
ly unusual
"Snakes, in general, should
not be messed with," Mr. Killian
warned.


8. The ban will continue in effect,
without interruption, until the
Board of County Commissioners
appropriate. The ban suspends
any and all outdoor burning ex-
cept where outdoor burning is
being performed pursuant to an
outdoor burning permit issued by
the Division of Forestry or pursu-


ant to other State authorization.
The suspended/banned outdoor
burning includes: outdoor burn-
ing of yard waste, recreational
fires, the private use and dis-
charge of fireworks and sparklers
and the use of any other outdoor
ignition source.


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RLM scheduled
Glades Youth Athletics will
be holding sign-ups for T-ball,
pitching machine, baseball and
softball on each Saturday, from 9
a.m. until noon. The cost to sign-
up is $35 per child. Sign-ups will
be held at the concession stand
at the ball fields. For additional
information please contact Jerri
Lynn at (863) 227-1201'

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River
Continued Fom Pge 1
Run by the River is sponsored
by the MHHS chapter of Family,
Career & Community Leaders of
America (FCCLA). Donors of $100
have their flame or logo printed
on a T-shirt, and a designated run-
ner/walker will represent them.
The high school students from
Family and Consumer Science
classes will help with refreshment
stations and at registration. They
will wear bright pink T-shirts, and
paint pink ribbon emblems along
the route.


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erts, on how to hold onto a 14-
foot boa weighing 100 pounds
or so. The snake made a great
impression on the audiences




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