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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: April 3, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
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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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An ancient skull is unearthed


Ortona Community
Assoc. sets meeting
time
OCA Potluck and Member-
ship Meeting: The Ortona Com-
munity Association Member-
ship Meeting will begin with
a potluck dinner at 6 p.m. on
Tuesday, April 8.
Members are urged to be
present at this important meet-
ing to vote for OCA board
members and officers. Follow-
ing elections, County Commis-
sioner Donna Storter-Long will
give an update on issues of in-
terest to the community.

Saturday bingo
Bingo night at the American
Legion in Moore Haven will re-
sume for the winter season. It is
held every Saturday from 5:30
to 7:30 p.m. Cold drinks will be
available. The American Legion
building is at 600 River Road on
the southeast side of the river.

Native Plant Society
plans meetings
The Florida Native Plant So-
ciety meeting will be held on
the first Tuesday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Agri-Civic Cen-
ter at 4509 George Boulevard
in Sebring in conference room
number three. For more infor-
mation, call Roy Stewart at:
863-632-0914.

VFW Post #9528
hours posted
The VFW Post #9528 is lo-
cated at 2002 Hwy. 78 West
in Buckhead Ridge. For more
information call 863467-2882.
Post hours are from noon until
8 p.m. daily.
Wednesday is Ladies Aux-
iliary dinner from 5:30 until 7
p.m. and the cost is $5. Every
Thursday, the post has bar bin-
go at 12:45 p.m. Lunch will be
available. Every Friday a steak
dinner with baked potato, salad
and rolls are served from 5:30
until 7 p.m. with a $9 donation.
Dancing immediately follows
the dinner.
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 of the month;
beginning at 10 a.m. Com-
mander Albert Crank is avail-
able at 863-467-2882.

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Index
Classifieds . . . . . 7
Opinion........ . . . 6
School ............. 13
Sports......... . . . 5
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Ancient skull is
examined by
forensic team
By Nena Bolan
Glades County Democrat
GLADES COUNTY -- A human
skull was unearthed in a cane
field near Moore Haven, March
13, according to Captain Daryl
Lewis of the Glades County Sher-
iff's Office.
The nearly complete cranium
was excavated by crane opera-


tion, and appeared to be ancient.
The sheriff's office notified the
state's Bureau of Archaeologi-
cal Research in Tallahassee in
order to adhere to Florida Statute
872.05, which relates to discover-
ies of unmarked human burials.
According to Ryan J. Wheeler,
State Archaeologist, the prop-
erty owner was sent a certified
letter explaining the discovery
and procedures required when
remains are found.
The property owner must
contract with an archaeological
consultant to perform the state's


requirements. The ground may
not be disturbed until investiga-
tion and research are complete;
however, work may proceed on
other parts of the property. Mr.
Wheeler mentioned that the
Seminole and Miccosukee tribes
were also notified, because the
remains appear to be Native
American.
Officials commented that Dr.
Heather Walsh-Haney, Florida
Gulf Coast University forensic
anthropologist, did a prelimi-
nary report and examination for
the sheriff's office. The report


INI/Nena Bolan
Glades County fire/rescue demonstrates extraction of accident victims from a DUI sim-
ulation for Moore Haven High School students March 26.


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Florida Highway Patrol brought their roll-over exhibit to the mock DUI at MHHS. The
crash dummies flew out of the windows as the demo vehicle turned over.




New county extension agent

Courtney Davis The office contains a library of for eight months. She says the
helpful resource books on al- clubs are broad in scope and
feels at home in most any agriculture subject. subject.
rural setting Whenever necessary, Ms. Davis A 4H club can focus on fit-
can consult agency experts for ness, crafts, life skills, leader-
answers, too. ship, photography, and cooking
By Nena Bolan "If it is growing in this district as well as livestock and agricul-
Glades County Democrat we can have someone help you ture projects. That is not all a
GLADES COUNTY Court- with it," Courtney Davis said. club can pursue. Depending on
ney Davis was pleased to start The office is an extension of the needs of the community,
her job as extension agent for the state's agriculture program a club can be about technol-
Glades County. She was raised at the University of Florida. ogy, aerospace, woodworking
in Union County near Gaines- According to Ms. Davis, her or canning food. It depends
ville and acquired a working expertise is with 4H clubs and on what interests the kids and
knowledge of agriculture and projects. The good part is that their sponsors. Club member-
livestock on the family ranch. the state can fund the clubs. All ship can be as small as eight,
Ms. Davis hopes residents that is needed to start a club or a large group that covers the
will come see her when they is one adult volunteer. At least county.
have questions about garden- eight students are required, and
ing, ranching, farming and 4H. they must meet once a month See Extension Page 18


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states that the cranium was in
soil deposits about 10 feet deep,
and global positioning coor-
dinates were taken of the site.
,The brown stained cranium was
"remarkably complete" and was
most likely a teenaged female.
According to an e-mail from
Ryan J. Wheeler, finds like this
one are not that uncommon.
For the last 20 years, since
Florida Statute 872.05 was ex-
ecuted, about 700 discoveries
of unmarked human burials
have been reported. Tio to
three reports a month come to


the bureau. Many are of Native
American origin, and sometimes
remains of African or Anglo early
settlers are unearthed. Appropri-
ate tribes, or ethnic or religious
groups are told of the finds so
the remains can be respectfully
reburied where found or close
by.
An exact date in time for
when this person was alive is not
indicated in the information re-
ceived from Mr. Wheeler. How-
ever, based upon examination of
See Skull Page 18


Food sharing



begins in Muse


Muse volunteer
will guide every
community
By Nena Bolan
Glades County Democrat
GLADES COUNTY -- Buying
food in a bulk supply can be a
savings, especially today as the
price of groceries goes up and
up. Some may think that fast
food and junk food are a quick
and cheap fix for a meal. Ac-
cording to Joanne Aimes, there
is a better way to nourish your-
self and get a bargain for your
money.
She is the secretary for the
Muse Community Association,
which has begun a program
with Share Florida Food Net-
work. Anyone is eligible for
the program, and Ms. Aimes
would like to inform all Glades
County communities, organiza-
tions and churches that she will
work with them to set up the
program.
Presently, Joanne Aimes trav-
els once a month to the far west
side of Fort Myers where there is
a distribution center set up in a
church parking lot. Frozen meat
and fresh vegetables are passed
out in large cartons; and when
she gets back to Muse she and
other helpers divide the pack-
ages for participants.
A scheduled date is set on
the calendar so people know
when to pick up their food
and pay for the next order. At
the end of March participants
brought their ice coolers and
bags to retrieve good quality
fresh vegetables like potatoes,
carrots, onions, tomatoes, cel-
ery; and when in season items
like cauliflower, cabbage, or-
anges, and apples. The basic
package in March contained


five frozen meat selections.
The Muse volunteers would
like Glades County residents to
know that a distribution center
can be set up in Glades County,
and they would not have to go
as far as Fort Myers to retrieve
the cartons. More people are
needed to sign up and learn
how the program works.
Joanne Aimes will personally
guide any neighborhood, com-
munity, organization or church.
Presently, some Lakeport resi-
dents have begun a program
through their church.
"This can succeed because
there is power in numbers," Ms.
Aimes said.
The web site for Share Flor-
ida Food Network mentions
that the $18 package is a value
of $36 or more. Joanne Aimes
calculates that sometimes the
food value is up to $46. An
extra 50 cents is added to the
package for transportation fuel,
which makes the package cost
$18.50.
There is one small thing
asked of participants, and that
is to donate two hours a month
to community service. It is
based on the individual honor
system. No one will check on
you. Hopefully, smart folks will
use those two hours to donate
to the food program. Joanne
Aimes and her helpers can
use a hand with this, because
Glades County residents are so
spread out.
However, the two hour com-
munity service is not restricted
to the food program. You may
choose to help the commu-
nity anyway you wish. To learn
more go to www.shareflorida.
org Call Joanne Aimes for more
information at 863-675-8113.
Staff writer Nena Bolan can be
reached atneriabolan@yahoo.com


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Courtney Davis is the Glades County extension agent. She
tan help residents with questions on farming, gardening,
ranching, and 4H clubs. The extension office is in Moore Ha-
ven at the Doyle Conner Building on U.S. 27.


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Moore Haven, Fla. Thursday, April 3,2008 Volume 83, Number 41














Truckers protest fuel prices


Trucking shutdown
was no April 1 joke

By Tonya Harden
IN1 Florida

Soaring prices from the gas
pumps to the supermarket shelves
have many Americans fed up. On
April 1, a large group of Americans
planned to take a stand.
Nationwide Truckers Strike
'08, began in an effort to show
the government just how tired of
rising fuel prices the independent
owner/operators and several ma-
jor companies are.
Beginning April 1, the strike
was tentatively scheduled to last
for one to four days. Some par-
ticipated in the form of refusing to
buy diesel, some refused to work
in any way throughout the strike
and some made their way to the
state and the nation's capitals to
protest.
"I lose money just cranking up
my trucks," said an Okeechobee
owner/operator Roy Thomas. Die-
sel fuel has reached an all time
high across the country. In some
places, like California, the price
per gallon is more than four dol-
lars. Locally the average is $3.99
per gallon.
"It costs me about $1,160 to fill
up my tank in just one truck and
that only lasts about two to three
days," Mr. Thomas said.
Mr. Thomas, who has been in
the trucking business for more
than 30 years has felt the angst of
rising prices.
"There ain't no reason for it
to be this way, for these prices,"
he said. Mr. Thomas has hauled
cross country as well as in-state
and says he's never seen the fuel
cost as much as it does now.
It is speculated that not only
did the strike include more than
1,000 owner/operators across the
country but also many larger, well
known, companies such as J.B.
Hunt.
"We can't live on this. The fuel
goes up but the pay rates stay the
same," said Mr. Thomas. With the
lack of compromise between the
two necessities for truck drivers
many have settled on the idea of
"going bust".
From New Jersey down to
Georgia and even out t,:, California
truckers took a .-i:nd tcgmeti~r t*P)
prove their point. '\\ iih manr dr3t -
ers refusing to load and tackle the
road, the concern is how are con-
sumers going to get the products.
Drivers who haul hay, cattle and
even fuel have pondered the same
question and say that's the point.
"This country is supplied by us
who drive. We get what is needed
where it needs to be," said Mr.
Thomas.
Many forums have been post-
ed on the internet discussing the
issues of the strike. Drivers are
concerned not only with the pric-
es of fuel but also with the idea of
rates not adjusting appropriately
for owner/operators and larger
companies to survive. However,
many felt that the strike has only
showed the government that
these drivers have reached their


tolerance point.
According to AAA the average
nationwide diesel price has set re-
cord highs in March and will con-
tinue to rise. With oil hitting $110
a barrel the prices of both gaso-
line and diesel are soaring to com-
pensate. According to Tom Kolza,
publisher and chief oil analyst at
the Oil Price Information Service,
which compiles data for AAA, the
reports of diesel reaching $4 a gal-
lon and over in some states "really
is unprecedented."
Jim O'Neal, chairman of the
Truckload Carriers Association,
has stated that "now we're look-
ing at the dreaded stagflation: a
soft economy and increasing pric-
es on everything, especially fuel."
Because many of the compa-
nies that are dependant on diesel
are discretionary companies, they
are forced to pay the higher pric-
es for fuel. Last year Americans
burned about 142 billion gallons
of gasoline and more than 65 bil-
lion gallons of diesel and heating
1il. This data from the Energy
Information Administration illus-
trates how dependant Americans
are on this commodity as well as
how freight businesses can't sur-
vive without it.
The rising cost of fuel not only
effects travel but will also be felt
in many other markets. With the
construction and real estate mar-
kets already feeling a slump,, Bob
Costello, chief economist of the
American Trucking Association
has said that "rising diesel costs
will almost certainly lead to higher
consumer prices and more bank-
ruptcies."
According to Dan Little with us-
cattlehaulers.com the news of the
strike has reached many govern-
ment offices and concerns have
formed. Mr. Little stated that "Sen-
ator Clinton's office has called.
They are on a fact finding mission.
Mr. Phil Spector was wanting to
know if we had any support for
our shutdown on April 1."
Some have said that "we don't
really think this is gonna make
any changes overnight" and some


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Diesel prices are borderlining $4 a gallon here in our area while across the country they have topped $4. These prices and
other stimulants have become the cause of the Truckers Strike '08 that began Monady, April 1 and throughout the week.


would like a deal to be met that
allows "federal fuel taxes to be
suspended until the economy
bounces back."
Many drivers were expected
to take a stand on Pennsylvania
Avenue and in Tallahassee with
the hope of making law makers
understand the serverity the prob-
lems the steady increases at the
pump are causing.
Mr. Little has also stated that
the strike will not include just
owner/operators but also unions.
The IWW Union has implied par-
ticipation. With 16,000 trucks in
their union that kind of action is
sure to be noticed. Taking those
16,000 trucks off the road for even
one day will save $5,066,400 in
fuel costs, estimated at low fuel
prices.
Mr. Little is also an owner/op-
erator out of Carlton, Mo., and is
feeling the pain the rising diesel
prices are causing. Mr. Little said
he has been contacted by many
owner/operators as well as major
companies stating they are pre-
pared to take part in this.
"There are four ports serviced
by the IWW Union who are ready
to shut down. They are in Texas,
California, Southern Florida and
New Jersey," he said. "We all
know if something doesn't change
these guys, the little guys, are on
their way out anyhow."
Mr. Little expected to see a
huge rally behind this cause with
"convoys to state capital, truckers
driving slowly and even a bobtail
outfit (group of semis without


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trailers) headed to D.C. We hope
to draw some attention to what's
going on."
The strike has every intention
of taking a stand against the per-
petually rising cost in diesel fuel
as well as other hardships that
have caused many drivers to park
their trucks, "go bust," or feel the
stress in other areas of their lives.
Other issues that truckers would
like addressed include excessive
regulations, fuel, federal and state
federal taxes, excessive DOT regu-
lations on non-safety related items
and insurance premiums.


Although the strike consists of
mostly independent owner/opera-
tors larger companies hearing of
this strike empathize. "Those are
the people this is hurting. They
have to pay out of pocket for their
fuel. And when they don't get bet-
ter pay rates they suffer. They can't
afford it," stated one corporate of-
ficial.
Keith Walpole of Walpole Inc.,
has commented that although his
company is not participating in
the strike he does think that "peo-
ple should pay attention and talk
to their legislature. It's important.


The cost of fuel is an extremely
volatile situation for everyone in
this country."
He added that everything we
use "is on a truck at one point."
He said of the shutodwn "it
wasn't overly organized and it was
mostly through the owner/opear-
tors, it has gained momentum."
The strike in many ways is consid-
ered a "revolt against brokers who
are taking a bit of advantage of the
owner/operators in reference to
fuel surcharges, so they're hurt-
ing," said Mr. Walpole.


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All for one and one for all: worship in many forms


By Pastor John Hicks
First United Methodist
Church, Clewiston
Some say "toe-may-toe". Oth-
ers say "toe-mah-toe". I say "poe-
tay-tah", you say "poe-tay-toe".
Many times what we say and
how we say it depends on our up-
bringing, our environment, and
personal experiences. The same
is true with our faith understand-
ing. How we were raised, who
we have encountered, and what
we have experienced all ties in
to what we believe and what we
hold dear.
The result is that we have
a number of different worship


style preferences. Some praise
the Lord with cymbal and dance,
and others do their praising in
quiet reflection. Some belong to
the same church that their fathers
and their fathers' fathers belonged
to. Others have found new places
of worship because of marriage
or because of happen stance. Is
one better than the other? Not
necessarily. What's most impor-
tant in my book is not where or
how the worship is done, but that
it is done. We all need to be in a
place where we can go and grow
in our relationship with our Lord.
Many roads lead to the Lord.
What might be a freeway for one
person might be a road with pot-


holes for another.
The problem with some of the
religious leaders in Jesus' time
was that they saw it as either "my
way or the highway." Truth be
know, there are many wrong-way
paths that people go down. But, if
we are open to the possibility that
there might be other good paths
besides the one we are on, great
growth can occur.
One of the best long term
Bible studies I ever led involved
a four year Bible study I had with
students while I was a campus.
minister at Stetson University. We
had everything from ultra con-
seriatives to ultra liberals in the
study. At the beginning we agreed


that there would bl! some things
thaI we would just have to agree
to disagree oil, but thle one thing
we all held dear was that .lesuis
was Lord. We also agreed that we
would listen with an open mind
to what each shared.
Even though we might not
have agreed with everything we
heard, it was an enlightening ex-
perienced that challenged all of
us to look closer at what we be-
lieved and professed. We all grew
and were blessed. God glories
when His people come together
and share together.
This happened on Easter Sun-
day not only in each of the in-
dividual church locations but also


ill the Co0untiIuity Sunrise Service
hel( at (Communtity Presbyterian
C(I hutrcli. Many churches came to-
gether for the One that is the One
for all of us. We had traditional
sharing and praise with guitars
and drums. We had Pentecostal
words along with denomination
and non-denominational sharing.
We had songs of faith and resur-
rection and a youth drama team
that shared the love and sacrifice
of our Lord.
The styles of worship may
have varied, but the heart of wor-
ship was there. God was glorified
and we were blessed. God glories
when His people come together
and share together. One of the


ministers even shared that we
were experiencing a miracle that
morning three ministers sharing
a message and all of them keep- -
ing it under ten minutes each!
Miracles still do happen today
when the people of God join to-
gether to worship the One who
is greater than our differences. It
truly is all for the One because the
One is for us all!
Thursday, May 1, is the Nation-
al Day of Prayer. I'm all for sharing
the blessing of everyone coming
together again for the One who is
number one! Will you join me?


Victory through defeat


Winning through surrender


By Jackie Miller, minister
First Christian Church,
Clewiston
This may sound ironical, con-
tradictory or even ridiculous, but
it is the way things are in Christi-
anity. You become victorious tho-
rugh defeat. You win through sur-
render. You begin to live through
dying. It is in losing your life you
find it. And by being last you are
in a position to become first. Con-
sequently, in our rebellion against
God, we must be dethroned. Self
must be gotten out of the way.
Then victory, salvation and bless-
ings will be ours in many ways.
Look at these very interesting
Scriptures that illustrate those


paradoxical and remarkable
truths as stated.
Matthew 5:3 "Blessed are the
poor in spirit, for theirs is the
kingdom of heaven."
Matthew 10:39 "He that fin-
deth his life shall lose it; and he
that loseth his life shall find it."
Galatians 2:20 "1 am crucified
with Christ; nevertheless I live;
yet not I, but Christ liveth in me;
and the live I which I now live in
the flesh I live by the faith of the
Son of God, who loved me, and
gave himself for me."
Romans 6:4 "Therefore we
are buried with him by baptism
into death; that like as Christ was
raised up from the dead by the
glory of the Father, even so we


also should walk in newness of
life."
2 Corinthians 5:17 "There-
fore if any man be in Christ, he
is a new creature; old things are
passed away; behold, all things
are become new."
John 12:24-25 "Verily, verily,
I say unto you, Except a corn of
wheat fall into the ground and
die, it abideth alone; but if it die, it
bringeth forth much fruit. He that
loveth his life shall lose it; and he
that hateth his life in this world
shall keep it unto life eternal."
Matthew 20:16 "So the last
shall be first, and the first last;
for many will be called, but few
chosen." '
By becoming "poor in spirit,"


we recognize our defeat. We see
our spiritual need. We recognize
and declare our spiritual bank-
ruptcy and throw ourselves upon
the mercy and grace of God. Like
Paul, in doing this we are "cruci-
fied with Christ." The "old man
of sin," self, is put to death. In
total surrender, we are "buried
with Christ" in baptism to arise to
"walk in newness of life." We are
"new creatures' in Christ Jesus.
In losing our lives, we have truly
found them. We have meaning
and purpose in living. Christ lives
within us as we unselfishly and
victoriously live for Him. And in
genuinely putting ourselves last,
the Lord will put us first.
Yes, it is only in surrender that


we can gain the victory (surren-
der to God). But it must be a total
surrender. A good illustration, of
surrender can be seen in the end-
ing of the World War II. The 1st
World War ended in a stalemate
and ceasefire, called an Armi-
stice. There was no surrender. It
wasn't long until Germany under
Hitler was disposed toward war
again. World War II is history.
The Allies in the defeat of Germa-
ny agreed that there must be an
unconditional surrender, not an-
other Armistice. Germany would
be occupied. The same condi-
tions would be demanded of the
Japanese. There had to be an un-
conditional surrender. Likewise,
this is how we end all hostilities


with God. But in totally surren-
dering, there is victory in defeat
(from our perspective). We enter
the good life. And in being totally
surrendered to God we' can get
the victory over Satan.
Let us always remember, "God
resisteth the proud, but giveth
grace unto the humble" (James
4:6b); "Strength is made perfect
in weakness" (2 Corinthians
12:9); "1 can do all things through
Christ which strengtheneth me"
(Philippians 4:13), and "If God be
for us, who can be against us?"
(Romans 8:31b)


Pennies from heaven, or in the street: responsibility and trust


By Rev. Samuel S.
Thomas, Ph. D.+
Saint Martin's Church,
Clewiston
I have heard that it now costs
more to make pennies than their
worth! Copper is now becoming
a very valued metal and sugges-
tions have been made to make
them using steel or less copper
in their manufacture. The value
of pennies has decreased! They
are more likely to be found ly-
ing in the street, as if to say "I'm
not worth picking up." It was in
Colonial Times that Benjamin
- Franklin proffered his famous
dictum; "A penny saved is a
penny earned." That, of course,
was when a penny was worth a
lot more than it is today. There
is more to it than that, though.
I stop to pick up pennies when
I find them. one of my regular
purchases amounts to $2.51 and
by having a penny on hand, I
can avoid a pocket full of loose
change. Buying a paper comes
to fifty cents as a rule; but when
the vending machines are empty
and I have to pay fifty-four cents
for my daily editioni the stash of
pennies in a convenient recepta-
cle is helpful. For me, the penny


is worth keeping around, a rep-
resentative of something of val-
ue-no matter how small. I have
wondered if the pennies left ly-
ing in the street are signs that
money, after all, is 'worth very
little today. Is it valued somehow
less and less than before? Some-
body has stated that the "aver-
age American" is about $10,000
in debt.
That's an incredible amount.
Now, there are more houses fcr
sale and we hear about foreclo-
sures and' failures to keep up
with mortgages every day. The
so-called "interest only mort-
gages" or other finance schemes
leave me wondering if they will
ever be paid back; and I wonder,
too, if this is the impression car-
ried to the borrowers as well.
Suddenly, many people are fac-
ing overwhelming debts; are
people unaware of the implica-
tions of what this means or do
they give appropriate serious
attention to what they are about
to enter? I was asked recently
by two persons if I knew of any
jobs one evening as I was eating
dinner. I made the best sugges-
tion I could. One of them told
me about the many thousands
of dollars of debt incurred as an


educational expense that now
had to be paid off and the job
market didn't look too promis-
ing. I had no easy solution to of-
fer. I have often speculated that
credit card debt arises because
payment is delayed and the con-
nection between purchase and
payment is disconnected. When
the bill comes in, the option to
pay something, perhaps "just
the interest" is attractive; and
with it a denial that the rest of it
still remains there-looming and
threatening to grow into a fis-
cal black hole. Then there is the
penny in the street. It is a sym-
bol of our values, a commen-
tary on the disconnect between
our purchases and their costs?
The woman in the Bible (Luke
15:8ff) who loses one of her ten
pieces of silver will light a lamp,
sweep her house and "search
diligently until she finds it." Then
comes a "kicker"; she will call
her friends and neighbors and
say "rejoice with me, for I have
found the coin which I have lost
(v.10)." The parable is about joy
in Heaven over finding our way,
and the Lord chose something
about earthly economies to ex-
press it to us. Mortgage-burning
ceremonies are times of great


Religion News in Brief


Hand and Hand Minis-
tries set to meet
The Cowboy Church, Hand
and Hand Ministries of Palmdale
will meet on Thursday, April 10,
for the monthly meeting. The
meeting will begin at 6 p.m.
Food and fellowship at 7 p.m.
Gospel music and the word will
be preached this month by Billy
Salmon of Colosto, a dedicated
man to the word. We are located
on the corner of Fifth and Main in
Palmdale at the community build-
ing. Come be with us, enjoy the
fellowship and blessings of the
lord, we welcome all.

Bahai Faith to hold
assembly elections
Members of the Baha'i Faith
living in the Glades are invited to
participate in the election of their
Local Spiritual Assembly on Sun-
day, April 20, at 6:30 p.m. For in-
formation or to vote by absentee
please call Catherine or Jose at
561-829-1844.

Christian Day Camp

offers summer jobs
C.R.O.S. Ministry's Day Camp
program has three summer job
openings at Community United
Methodist Church for individuals
who have completed their junior
year of High School and older.
Individuals must have a Chris-
tian commitment and experi-
ence working with children K-5th
grade.
For job applications contact
Claribel Baron at 561-233-9009
ext. 102.

Sevice times

Service times at Com-


munity Fellowship
Community Fellowship
Church at 601 S.E. 12th St., Belle
Glade, invites you to worship at all
their services: Sunday School 10
a.m.; Morning Worship I11 a.m.;
Wednesday evening Bible Study 6
p.m. Pastor Lee Cranford extends


a warm welcome to all who are
in need of fellowship. Lee and his
wife, Rachel recently assumed
leadership of the church as In-
terim Pastors and look forward to
working with the community to
win souls for Christ. Pastor Cran-
ford can be reached at 561-996-
5379. Join us!


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joy (I haven't heard about many
of them lately); it certainly is
something we understand. The
woman in the parable doesn't
say "Well, I have nine coins left
to get me through the week" or
"I can borrow another one from
one of my friends" or "maybe
the merchant will give it to me
on my account." My debts are a
trust;a kind of faith in me. The
symbols of what I will use to
respect that trust are around us;


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even in the street! When I make
a disconnect between what I
buy and what I owe, I betray
a trust and betray the faith of
those who make*it possible for
me to make large purchases or
make emergency expenditures.
Robert Ferrar Capon, a former
seminary dean spoke of this
trust in Churches when he said
"A Church that lives ad-hoc will
die in hock." Careful scrutiny of
finances and budgets,and be-


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will leave our children. Ecology
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it's about a woman searching
her house and about our being
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us, too.


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Yeomans Perez Engagement
Robbie and Cheryl Yeomans of LaBelle, are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter Amy
Michelle Yeomans to Arturo Fabio Perez of ('lewiston. The prospective groom is the son of Fabio and Sofia
Perez. The wedding will take place in May 2008 in LaBelle. The bride-to-be is a gradhlale of l.aBelle High
School. She also graduated from Edison Community College with an AA and AS in Imergency Medicine.
The groom is a graduate of Hialeah Miami Lakes High School. He is employed as a Firefighter/EMT with
LeHigh Acres Fire Rescue. After the wedding the couple will reside in Montura.


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Arturo Perez and Amy Yeomans


Harvest Queen contestants set for competition

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The contestants for the 2008
Harvest Queen Festival are:
Andrea Browder, Adely Cas-
taneda, Natalie Harville, Ashton
Martin, Sarah Anderson, Kaitlyn
Rodriguez, Jessica Blair, Alexis
Holden, Maquanna Regis, Brit-
tany Ir..iii, Tiffany Scott, Lau-
ren Kilarny, Aleigh Millier, Ashley
Lauria and Sarah Shine.
The pageant will be held on
April 5, at 7:30 p.m. at the Dolly
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Belle Glade. Tickets are on sale
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Obituaries

Samuel G.
Huntington
Samuel "Sam" G. Hunting-
ton, age 57 of Lakeport, died on
Wednesday, March 26, 2008 at
his residence.
He was born on Oct. 17,1950
in Kasson, Minn. He was a resi-
dent of Lakeport since 1991.
Mr. Huntington enjoyed fish-
ing, working, sports, and he was
an avid Florida Gator's fan. He
also enjoyed cooking for large
groups.
He is survived by his wife,
Judy of Lakeport; his daughter,
Jennifer (Ryan) Riggs of Norfolk,
Va.; one natural granddaughter,


Kylee Nicole Riggs of Norfolk,
Va.; his mother, Eileen Hallam
of Auburndale; four sisters and
eight additional grandchildren.
The family will receive friends
at their home on Saturday, March
29 at 5 p.m.
All arrangements are under
the direction and care of The
Buxton Funeral Home and Cre-
matory, 110 N.E. Fifth Street,
Okeechobee.

Barry Walker
Barry Walker, age 44, went
to his heavenly home on March
19, 2008. He was born in Hia-
leah. on March 8, 1964. He died


in Bradenton, but had lived in
Moore Haven on and off for the
last ten years. He is survived
by his mother, Sarah Dinges,
of Moore Haven, father Jesse
Lee Walker of Knoxville, Tenn.;
a sister, Teresa Brown of Mel-
bourne; a brother, Jerry Walker,
of Moore Haven; a twin brother,
Gary Walker of New York; a
brother, Larry Walker of Mayo;
a son,"Barry Lee Walker, Jr. of
Barnseville, and several nieces
and nephews who loved him.,
dearly. There was a memorial
service Saturday, March 29, at
the Church of God in Moore Ha-
ven at 11 a.m.


Xi Zeta Mu girl of the year


Members of Xi Zeta Mu
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met
recently at the Clewiston Inn to
celebrate their "Girl of the Year"
celebration. Sara Nell Phillips
won the award for her tireless
work and money making ef-
forts for the chapter, namely the
selling of pecans, which was a
new project for the sorority this
year. Members enjoyed a dinner
party including delicious prime
rib and all the trimmings.
Following the dinner, plans
were discussed concerning the
Founder's Day Banquet which
will be held Saturday, April 19.
Those in attendance at the
celebration included Janice and
George Goforth, Karen Corbin,
Mike Wheeler, Sandra Cham-
blee, Pat and Jerry McKee, Bar-
bara Milligan, Linda McMillan,
Laurel Tarr, Sara Nell Phillips,
Judy McMillan and Gloria and
Tom Swager.


all.


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GIRL OF THE YEAR...Sara Nell Phillips is crowned Xi Zeta Mu
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi "Girl of the Year" at their annual
celebration. Shown presenting the award to Mrs. Phillips is
Sorority President Pat McKee.


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Continuing Quality Surgical Services Close to Home, HRMC Recruits Additional Surgeon.


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Surgeries are booming at Hendry Regional Medical Center, so much that the
hospital has recruited a second surgeon, Dr. Darayes Mobed, who
immediately formed a team with Dr. Leonard Carroll, the existing surgeon at
HRMC. Dr. Mobed began using his scalpel at Hendry Regional on March
14th. In the midst of the increased surgical volume, he and Dr. Carroll will
complement each other with their wealth of knowledge and combined
surgical skills.


Dr. Mobed is originally from the southern Asian country of Pakistan. He attended high school in
Scarsdale, New York as an exchange student. Following high school, Dr. Mobed returned to Karachi,
Pakistan, where he trained to become a surgeon. After five years of studies, Dr. Mobed moved to
Miami Beach, Florida and completed his surgical internship at Mt. Sinai Medical Center. He then
finished his four-year residency program at New York University Hospital. Dr. Mobed has been
practicing surgery for the past 30 years at Orange Regional Medical Center in Goshen, New York.


After Dr. Mobed's many years of education and extensive surgical experience in New York, he decided
to leave the state in pursuit of a warmer climate, looking specifically at south Florida, During their
initial visit to Clewiston and LaBelle, he and his wife, Goher, fell in love with Hendry County, and have
since purchased a home in Clewiston. They have also been involved in many community activities.


Dr. Mobed provides an array of surgical procedures. He performs laparoscopic removal of the gall
bladder and appendix, plus hernia repairs, vasectomies and tubal ligations. He also does
circumcisions, hemorrhoid surgeries and many gynecological procedures such as ovarian cysts,
hysterectomies and others. In addition, Dr. Mobed performs vascular catheter access for dialysis
surgery, a surgical procedure that requires a special catheter to be inserted into the vein before
kidney dialysis. He also does various types of breast surgeries, including sentinel lymph-node
biopsy, a procedure that removes lymph-node tissue for the detection of cancer cells.

Dr. Mobed has stated that his ultimate goal is to use surgery as a
means of improving the overall health of his patients, while minimizing
pain on their road to recovery. He encourages the residents of Hendry
County to stay close to home for their surgical needs and allow him,.
along with others at Hendry Regional Medical Center, an opportunity to
provide a safe and compassionate healthcare setting, with quality
services and a personal touch, Dr. Mobed's office is located at 540
West Sagamore Avenue in Clewiston. To make an appointment, call
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with east winds between 6 an 8 mph.
Extended Forecast
Friday: The night will be partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of
showers and thunderstorms. The high will be near 86 with southeast
winds between 6 and 10 mph.
Friday night: The night will be partly cloudy with a 20 percent
chance of showers and thunderstorms. The low will be around 66
with south winds between 5 and 10 mph.
Saturday: The day will be mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance
of showers and thunderstorms. The high will be near 85 with south
winds between 6 and 11 mph.
Saturday night: The night will be mostly cloudy with a 30 percent
chance of showers and thunderstorms. The low will be around 66.
Sunday: A mostly cloudy day with 30 percent chance of showers
and a high near 84.
Sunday night: The night will be mostly cloudy with 30 percent
chance of showers and a low around 61.
Monday: The day will be partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance
of showers and a high near 84.



New director of Adult



Services named


Kevin B. Lewis, chief execu-
tive officer of Southwest Florida
Addiction Services (SWFAS), has
,announced that Dawn Clark has
;been appointed director of Adult
Outpatient Services at SWFAS.
In her new role, Clark will be
responsible for all outpatient ad-
-.diction treatment services for
,adults, adult drug courts in Lee,
Hendry and Glades counties as
'well as the Employee Assistance
S.'Program.
Clark brings more than 18
,years of experience in the mental
,health and addictions field, both
'as a clinician and as an adminis-
trator.
Prior to joining SWFAS, Ms.
Clark was the director of the 30-
bed Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit
zand the 10-bed Children's Cri-
.sis Stabilization Unit/Addiction
,Receiving Facility at Lee Mental
Health, Inc., in Fort Myers.
While working with the Salva-
tion Army in Fort Myers, she man-
aged the 47-bed Department of
Corrections Non-Secure Drug and
Alcohol Treatment Program and
was responsible for overseeing
the psychiatric clinic, utilization of
patient assistance programs, and
professional training of staff.
She received her bachelor of
science degree in human devel-
opment from Mount Vernon Col-
lege in Washington, D.C., and her
master of science degree in men-
tal health counseling from Nova
Southeastern University in Fort
Lauderdale. She is a Certified Ad-
dictions Professional (CAP) and


Submitted photo
Dawn Clark
a Certified Addictions Prevention
Professional (CAPP).
SWFAS is the most compre-
hensive substance abuse treat-
ment and prevention program in
Southwest Florida, serving 6,000
people per year from ages 9 to 90.
SWFAS offers outpatient and resi-
dential programs for both adults
and youngsters from seven loca-
tions in Lee County and two in
Hendry County. Fees are charged
on a sliding scale, based on fam-
ily income. In many cases, private
insurance is accepted. SWFAS is a
United Way agency.
For more information, visit
www.swfas.org or call 239-332-
6937.


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Spring in Florida yards


By Dan Culbert,
horticultural agent
UF/IFAS Extension
Service
All around us are signs of
spring. Plants begin to grow
faster, deciduous plants replace
leaves and flower buds are open
and show their blooms. Many ho-
meowners have resisted the urge
to add fertilizers to plants while
dormant, so it may be time to
turn our thoughts to plant food.
This article is part information
and part cautionary tale. Spring is
a time to feed, but too much food,
particularly on lawns, can be a
dangerous thing. In fact, research
shows that heavy doses of nitro-
gen can set lawns of St. Augustine
grass on a path towards pesky
chinch bugs and heavy thatch.
Slow-release fertilizers


UNIVERSITY OF

FLORIDA
IFAS EXTENSION


Here's a good way to prevent
the problems associated with ni-
trogen shock: choose a fertilizer
that has 30 percent or more of
the nitrogen is in a slow-or con-
trolled-release form. When fertil-
izer nutrients are in "slow release"
forms, they are available to plants


over a longer period of time. This
also has another benefit: fewer
nutrients are also wasted or lost
as pollutants.
Look for these terms on the
product or fertilizer tag: timed-re-
lease, slow-release or controlled-
release. The new fertilizer label
rule which became law this year
will help to make the informa-
tion more clear. Also look for the
following terms: water insoluble
nitrogen, activated sludge, sulfur-
coated urea (SCU), IBDU, urea
form (UF), nitroform, or polymer,
plastic, or resin-coated urea -
they are all slow release forms on
Nitrogen
When selecting a fertilizer, look
at the three numbers on the bag.
A typical lawn fertilizer may say
16-4-8. These numbers represent
nitrogen, phosphorus, and potas-
sium. (These three nutrients can
be more simply thought of as the
raw materials for "shoots, fruits,
roots", respectively, because of
their large effects on those parts
of the plant.)
Since most Florida soils are
naturally high in phosphorous,
chances are good that you need
very little or none. In fact, the new.
fertilizer rules say that mature
lawns don't need any phospho-
rous fertilizer.
The amount of fertilizer to ap-
ply to your lawn is shown on the
bag. A rule of thumb: if you are
using a product with half or more
(50 percent +) of it's nitrogen in
a slow release form, use up to


one pound of nitrogen per 1000
square feet. In this area, fertilize
your Florida lawn twice a year,
once in March and then again in
October. To green up your lawn
in the summer without increas-
ing growth, apply chelated iron or
iron sulfate.
Don't fertilize when heavy rain
is forecast or you may lose the
nutrients to run off and leaching.
And if you are next to a canal or
pond, keep the product at least 10
feet away from the water's edge.
Other landscape plants
If you use fertilizer on your
lawn, chances are that the shrubs
and trees are being fertilized as
well. Roots of established land-
scape plats reach out under the
grass. If you are not using fertil-
izer on the turf you may choose
to feed these plants, but don't use
more than two pounds (per 1000
square feet) of nitrogen per year.
Palms, citrus and acid loving
plants all have special nutrition
needs. Palms need magnesium
and other micronutrients so look
for specialty palm fertilizers and
follow the recommendations on
the label. Do the same with citrus
and acid loving plants like Ixora,
azalea, hibiscus and gardenia.
Read and follow labels and you
should be safe!
Another spring activity
This is a time we think of
planting. Bedding plants are look-
ing lush at local nurseries. Seed


packets are often on display with
beautiful pictures of new and old
varieties. If you are thinking of
gardening, here's an activity that
might be of interest. It's called
The Great Sunflower Project, de-
veloped by Professor Gretchen
LeBuhn of San Francisco State
University.
A few weeks ago Angela wrote
about disappearing honey bees.
Since this is a national concern,
this project is distributing FREE
sunflower seeds for folks to plant.
In return, the gardener is asked to
collect some information about
bees visiting the flowers. In addi-
tion to the seeds, the Sunflower
team provides lots of information
about how to grow this U.S. na-
tive plant, as well as about the
importance of bees. Stop by our
Extension office for a kit this is a
fun family activity. The motto for
this program is Bees: Responsible
for Every Third Bite of Food, and
their website is www.GreatSun-
flower.org
If you need additional infor-
mation on fertilizers, sunflow-
ers or bees, please email us at
okeechobee@ifas.ufl.edu or call
us at 863-763-6469. In Highlands
County call 863-402-6540 and
in Glades County call 863-946-
0244. Okeechobee residents can
stop by our office at 458 Hwy 98
North in Okeechobee, and visit
our Okeechobee County Master
Gardeners from 1 to 3 p.m. on
Tuesday afternoons.


County to offer discount prescription drug card program


Glades County will soon be
introducing a discount card pro-
gram to help consumers cope
with the high price of prescription
drugs. The county has signed a
contract to make free prescription
drug discount cards available un-
der a program sponsored by the
National Association of Counties
(NACo) that offers average sav-
ings of 20 percent off the retail
price of commonly prescribed
drugs.
The cards, which will be avail-
able May 1, 2008, may be used by


all county residents, regardless of
age, income, or existing health
coverage. Many pharmacies in
the surrounding counties will ac-
cept the NACo card, and a nation-
al network of more than 59,000
participating retail pharmacies
will also honor it.
"The NACo prescription dis-
count card will offer significant
savings for the uninsured and
underinsured residents of our
county, and even those fortunate
to have prescription coverage
may use the card to save money


on drugs that are not covered by
their health plan," said Mary Ann
Dotson, Glades County's Human
Resources Director. "Residents
do not have to be Medicare ben-
eficiaries to be eligible for this
program."
There will be no cost to county
taxpayers for NACo and Glades
County to make these money-sav-
ing cards available to residents. A
future announcement will specify
how and when residents may ob-
tain the cards.
"Using the NACo prescription


discount card is easy," said Ms.
Dotson. "A cardholder will simply
present it at a participating phar-
macy. There is no enrollment
form, no membership fee and no
restrictions or limits on frequency
of use. Cardholders and their fam-
ily members may use the card
any time their prescriptions are
not covered by insurance."
The discount card program is
administered by Caremark Rx,


General News and Information


Taxpayers to receive
IRS checks
Starting in May, the IRS will
begin sending economic stimu-
lus payments to an estimated 130
million taxpayers. You don't need
to do anything more than file a
2007 tax return! The IRS will do
the rest! All exemptions shown
on the return must have valid so-
cial security numbers. If you don't
have a filing requirement, i.e., so-
cial security recipients, veterans
with disabilities, widows of vet-
erans with disabilities, or railroad
retirement benefit recipients, you
will need to send in a simple tax
return this year in order to receive
this payment. For the latest infor-
mation go to www.irs.gov.

Lions' Valentine Dance
cancelled
Due to a scheduling problem
with John Boy Auditorium, the
Clewiston Lions Club's annual
Valentine Ball was 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 music and
the event will still be for the bene-
fit of the Dan McCarthy Memorial
Scholarship Fund. Look for more
details in the coming weeks.

Burn ban in effect
The Glades County Board of
County Commissioners have de-
termined that emergency condi-
tions exists as a result of extreme
drought and other existing weath-
er conditions. The Board imple-
mented a burn ban, starting Jan.
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
beirg 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.

Free services
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 941-766-8333 in
Charlotte County to find out the
days that they will be available in
those areas.

Addiction recovery
help offered
At Narconon Arrowhead we
have the answers to addiction
recovery, call us at 800-468-6933
or log onto our Web site at www.
stopaddiction.com.
Narconon reminds parents
that to help your child, learn to
recognize the signs of drug and
alcohol addiction and get the help
they need.
If you or someone you know
is struggling with an addiction,
call Narconon. They offer free ad-
diction counseling, assessments,
and referrals to rehabilitation cen-
ters nationwide by calling 1-800-
468-6933 or logging onto www.
stopaddiction.com.

Hurricane
help available
Help is still available for Hur-
ricane Wilma victims from our
local Community Rebuilding Ecu-
menical Workforce (CREW) but
you must register again!
Community Rebuilding Ecu-
menical Workforce (CREW) is
a caring network of Hendry and
Glades Counties' civic, social,
service, and faith-based groups,
agencies, and organizations,
along with concerned individu-
als and businesses, formed to
address the physical, emotional,
and spiritual needs of the com-
munity in the restoration and re-
building of their lives and homes
in times of a natural or man-made
disaster.
CREW will provide collabora-
tive leadership and advocacy in
meeting the needs for revitalizing
and improving the quality of life
for the most vulnerable in the
community.
For more information, ques-
tions, or to schedule an appoint-
ment, please call of visit: CREW
Headquarters, First United Meth-
odist Church, 352 W. Arcade
Avenue, Clewiston, phone 863-
983-4316 (John 3:16) or email
CREWheadquarters@aol.com.

Newszap keeps
families connected
Are you in touch with a military
service person currently stationed
abroad? Newszap.com can help
them stay connected with family,
friends and loved ones in the local
community. Anyone can log onto


Newszap.com community pages,
go to your local community link
and click on "post your opinions."
Encourage those in the service to
put a note on the forum and oth-
ers in the community can respond
to it. The "forum" will allow de-
ployed servicemen and women
to stay in touch with hometown
issues; read local happenings
on the Newszap Web site; and
also comment on current issues.
Newszap.com also hosts a "post
your photos page." Photos can be
uploaded and seen by family and
friends at home or overseas.

CREW seeks
donations
The Community Rebuilding
Ecumenical Workforce (CREW)
of Hendry and Glades Counties
is seeking donations of building
materials and supplies, includ-
ing lumber, nails and drywall, to
assist residents with repairs and
continued clean up efforts in the
aftermath of Hurricane Wilma.
Donations, including monetary


For more information, come by
our office at 121 Central Ave. rear,
entrance or email CREWhead-
quarters@aol.com or phone 863-
983-2390.

Free VPK
program offered
Enroll now in Glades County
Child Development Center's free
VPK program. The eight-hour
program is offered free of charge
and begins in January of 2008, at
1240 Hendrix St.
Call 863-946-1200 for more in-
formation.

Free bread
provided
Free Bread provided by the
fine folks at the New Hope Baptist
Church located at 638 Yaun Road
in Moore Haven. This will be ev-
ery Saturday from 10 a.m. until
noon or when the bread is gone.
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Must be ARRT registered with a valid FL License to practice
Radiologic Technology.
Full time BC/BE Internist
Wanted for Hendry Family Care Center in Clewiston, Florida. Job
duties: Prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of both common and
'complex illnesses of adolescents, adults, and the elderly. Applicant
must have a MD degree or equivalent, completed a residency in
Internal Medicine, and eligible for a Florida Medical License.
Qualified applicants may send resume via fax 863-983-0805 or
via email to aali@hendryregional.org. NoI-1I waiver opportunities.
Full time Admin/Data Support Assistant (Quality)
At least 2 years exp in a data support/admin role. Must
possess strong clerical/secretarial duties to assist quality
department. Will assist with data compilation, aggregation,
meeting minutes, and other administrative functions; must
be proficient with MS Office applications.
Part time Department Secretary (Risk/ Compliance)
Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and understanding of
confidentiality. Must be proficient with MS Office applications and
taking minutes. Must be able to type at least 45 WPM.
Full time- Food Service Aide
Previous experience In a hospital kitchen environment preferred.
Will perform tray set-up and diet control.
mvw.hendiyregionalor&
Phone: 863-902-3023 or Fax resume to: 863-983-0805.
Drug Free Workplace EOE





Experience required in basic accounting or
bookkeeping, computer literate w/working knowledge
of MS Word & Excel. Responsibilities include ac-
counts payable, ACH processing and basic ac-
counting functions. Must be self motivated. Salary
is negotiable.

Send resume to:
Everglades Federal Credit Union, 1099 W. Ventura
Ave. Clewiston, FL 33440 Attn: M. Smith or email
resume to: martasmith(evergladesfcu.com


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UNITED STATES

SUGAR
CORPORATION
ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION TECHNICIANS

Ability to troubleshoot and install AC/DC multi-wire control sys-
tems, read electrical schematics, perform layout work, cali-
brate various measuring instruments and perform load
calculations for sizing of wire and breakers.

Experience with Electro-Hydraulic Systems(PLC,HMI,OEM)

Control Loops and Transmitters

Variable Frequency Drives

Email your resume to Jdooley@ussugar.com
Fax 863-902-2889

ABOUT US SUGAR CORPORATION
United States Sugar Corporation is one of America's largest di-
versified, privately-held agribusiness firms. Located on the
southern shore of Florida's Lake Okeechobee between Fort
Myers and West Palm Beach. US Sugar Is an Equal Opportu-
nity Employer committed to a diverse workforce. Women and
Minorities are encouraged to apply.


BODYGUARDS COUNTER
ASSAULT TEAMS Need-
ed/USA AND.OVERSEAS
$119,- $220K year. Body-
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18 or older. (615)885-8960
ext 300 www.BodyGuard-
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Driver-BYNUM TRANSPORT-
needs qualified drivers for
Central Florida- Local & Na-
tional OTR positions. Food
grade tanker, no hazmat, no
pumps, great benefits, com-
petitive pay & new equip-
ment. (866)GO-BYNUM.
Need 2 years experience.
Drivers: ASAPI Sign-On Bo-
nus 35-42 cpm Earn over
$1000 weekly Excellent
Benefits Need CDL-A and 3
mos recent OTR
(800)635-8669


EARN UP TO $550 WEEKLY
Helping the government. PT
No Experience. Excellent Op-
portunity. Call Today!!
(800)488-2921 Ask for De-
partment G5.

EVERGLADES FEDERAL
CREDIT UNION
Now accepting application
for : F/T LOAN INTERVIEW-
ER. Must have excellent
communication skills, previ-
ous experience in loans pre-
ferred, proficient In Word &
Excel a must. Bi-lingual A+.
May apply in person or mail
resume to 1099 W. Ventura
Ave., Clewiston, FL 33440.
Attn: Marta or email resume
to:
martasmith@evergladesfcu.com


Needed in Clewiston.
Casual theme restau-
rant. Must have 5 yrs.
experience in restau-
rant industry. Comput-
er literate and people
skills. Fax resume to:
863-902-3528 or mail
1916 Mosa Ave., Fort
Pierce, FL 33949
TRANSFER DRIVERS NEED
40 CDL CLASS A OR B
DRIVERS TO TRANSFER
MOTOR HOMES, STRAIGHT
TRUCKS, TRACTORS, AND
BUSES. YEAR ROUND
WORK. (800)501-3783

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ELIGIBILITY SPECIALIST
Belle Glades
Greet customers and provide
administrative support for
various functions of the
Eligibility Department includ-
ing initial review of all
applications and documen-
tation received. High School
Diploma or GED; 1 year
previous experience that
provides knowledge of eli,
gibility criteria for alternative
government supported
health including Medicare,
Medicaid, Social Security
Disability CHAMPUS, Vete-
ran's Administration bene-
fits.
Send resumes/applications
to: HCDPBC, 324 Datura. St.
#401, WPB, FL 33401. Fax
561-671-4670 or e-mail to
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tions, disease & other information. Give
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Moore Haven; makes family home
visits and assists in clinics; two years
nursing experience; bi-lingual a plus.
Pre-employment Drug Testing,
Background screening/fingerprinting
required. EEO/AA. Apply on line:
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com
Call Alina @ 863-946-0707 x208
or Patti @ 863-674-4041 x135
for more details.






Family Practice ARNP providing medical
services in infant/child/adult Primary Care
Clinics @ Glades County Health Department.
Pre-employment Drug Testing, Background
screening/fingerprinting required. Bi-lingual
English/Spanish helpful. EEO/AA. Apply on line:
httos:/loeoDlefirst.mvflorida.com or
Call Alina@ 863-946-0707 x208 or Patti
@863-674-4041 x135 for more details


NOTICE
Central County Water Control District has
openings for two lifeguards. $10.00 an
hour, 40 hour week until November. Apply in
person at 255 N. Hacienda, Montura Ranch
Estates, Wednesday Sunday, lOam to
5pm. Weare are an equal opportunity employer
and a drug free workplace.


2 yrs supervisor exp. needed
and current FL LPN license.
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Glenn Smith (863)677-1441
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"Sportsman's paradise! 2/2 with large
sunroom addition in Yacht Club Way,
Moore Haven. just reduced to $99,500
CLEWISTON HOMES
*Just listed! 2 duplex on Obispo Ave.
each unit has 2BR/1BA. Just 259,900
Great Investment opportunity!
*3/2, MH large lot. Holiday Isles Mobile
Home Park. Only $69,900.
-2/1 Home on Sagamore Ave. $130,000
"3/3 MH in Seminole Manor $120.000
*Bring AU Offers!! 3/2 CBS on
Northside $220K
*3/2 MH in Sunshine Lakes only $129,000
*2/1 Home attached 1/1 apartment,
great investment. 159,900
"3/2 Home w/lrg Family Room, located
on N Berner Rd. Reduced to $199.900
*2/1 Great Starter Home, hardwood
floors and cozy fireplace only $129,000
MOORE HAVEN / LAKEPORT
* 2/1 MH-Lowry Ln, Lakeport w/ direct
Lake"O" Access. Reduced to $109K
*Spacious 2/2 in Lakeport. Completely
Remodeled. Lake "0" Access $259,000
*Like new 3/2 CBS Thatcher Blvd.
Ship eligible $164,900
PIONEER / LADECA / FLAGHOLE
*3 or 4 BD, 2 BA, Custom Log Home
on +/- 5 acres. Call for details


(863)983-8559
Cheyl Eby G t, Lic, Real Estate Broker (863 228-1562
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Just Listed! MH in Tower Lakes., 1ery
Spadous with AeoveGround Puol and Iake
View. All oferm considered, Mking $135,000


ACREAGE, LAND & LOTS
!Commercial lot 100xi15. Great
location Bond St. Only $49,900
3/2 MH on 5 acres ready for nursery
or livestock. $220,000
S*Buildable lot on Del Monte Ave.
S$129.900. Owner Financing Available
.33 ac lot in Port LaBelle $59,000
S2 lots, Horseshoe Acres Only $59,000
*Highlands Co. 10. 28, & 80 AC.
Owner Financing Available
*Just listed corner lot in Lake Placid,
very close to golf course, $99,900
Bring all offers!
MONTURA
*3.75 Acres, Ideal for Big Family with
Horses Only $89.500
S1.25 acre Lots avail. Starting at $25K
- 3/2 MH on Riverside St. 1.88 acre.
Only $105K
IMontura lot 2.5 Acres $50.000 can be
divided $25,000 ea
COMMERCIALIdNVESTMENT
* Operating medical office w/retail, great
location only $475,000
Mobile Home Park. Great Investment
Opportunity. Includes CBS Home with
Hwy 27 frontage
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CBS HOMES
- Beautiful 4/2 CBS ioime on Bayberry Loop
- 3/2 CBiS homnie on 1.5acre only 169k
- Brand New Villa 3bd/2.5b Must see @ 198k
- Gorgeous CBS I lonic with 2 zone AC, heated
pool, & with privacy fence
- 1/2 acre lot~SELE PE I FITSI, $80K
- Adorable 3/1 piefect for first time buyers (0 129k
- RENT!! Executive I lomnie 4/3 wid pool on north side
- 3/2 plus den Ct IEAT LOCATION over 2000 st
- Move in Condition 3/2 on Arcadia $234,900
- AFFORDABLE!!! C3S 402o Ni..,N. ., .... 225k
- Check It Ot!! New Construction! Custom
1 loimes Starting I 11
- 3/1 CBS I loniecon l1/3 acre in Moore I laven. Buy it at
$167.5K or Rent it for $1.000 per month
MANUFACTURED HOMES & LAND
- Semninole Manner 3/2 MI I with screened porch.
MUST SEE (, 93k
- ilwer Likcs! Beauntiul lenucd 22 with owner oflcr-
ing 3k toward closing costs (it 119K
- Moore l laven Yacht Clb lot onl, 21k
- Moore I laven 2/1.5 corner lot 80k
- Moore I laven Yacht Club 3/2 MI I (, 135k
- Lakeport 25 ac. Nursery witli 2/2 CBS Iomnie (a" 700k
- Montura 4/2 Modulir on 1.27 ac. 270k
- iakeport 3/2 Completly remodeled on I ac $172,500(X)
- lenced 3/2 MlI Perfect for first time buyer
or investor (." 68k
- Vacant lot in I lookers Point (i' 27k
- Sky Valley lot (d 75k
- RP)UCI )!!t lun 4.2- l I on fenced liacres (iw 195k
- Montura Lots, Lots, & More Lots!!
- Commercial building I lookers Point
- Tlwer I.akes!e Bcantirilly Landscaped 3/2v vI I
witlh scriceed porch facingt lake ("' 134.900
- Rtntin WarIchousc Space? Build your own oni
this 2.- acre industrial property in Clewiston.
City water, sewer $400K
- Lakeport 40 acres of pasture land, fenced and
cross fenced, located on the Rim Canal. Cattle?
Nursery? Or just a home in the country S35K per acre
OPEN HOUSE 166 Pine Cone March 29-30
Now Offering Mortgage Services
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(863) 902-9494


FLORIDA COMMUNITY
HEALTH CENTERS
has the following openings:
LPN Must have current FL
LPN Lic & 1 yr exp.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT Must
have 1 yr exp.
Bilingual Spanish/English pref.
Competitive salary and ex-
cellent benefits. Fax resume
to (863)983-9604 or apply
at FCHC, 315 South W.C.
Owen Ave. Clewiston. FL
EOE/DFWP



VINTAGE ANTIQUE FIRE-
WORKS and firecracker
related items wanted.
Will pay cash.
Please call (507)458-5204.



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for high paying Aviation
Maintenance Career. FAA ap-
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tion Institute of Maintenance
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Avg. Pay $20/hour or $57K
annually including Federal
Benefits and OT Placed by
adSource, not Aff. w/USPS
who hires. (866)483-6562.


Financial



Business
Opportunities 305
Money Lenders 310
Tax Preparation 115




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If you have questions or
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before responding or send-
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you check with the Better
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long distance toll costs. We
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reader of these charges in
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we may not be aware of the
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Babysitting 405
Child Care Needed410
Child Care Offered415
Instruction 420
Services Offered425
Insurance 430
Medical Services435




DELIVER OUR
PRECIOUS CARGO:
Be a Hendry County
School Board Bus
Driver. Contact the
Transportation Dept.
at 863-674-4115 or
Cheryl Jameson at
jamesonc@
hendry.kl2.fl.us

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Member of the BBB

Metal Roofs, Re-Roofs, Roof Repairs
Office (863) 675-7045
License #CCC 1325950


Merchandise
DEEP FREEZER 31W x 36 H
_____I _____ x 26 D, several yrs old,
working well. $80
.. . (863)517-0664
Air Conditioners 505
Antiques 510 DOUBLE OVEN KitchenAid,
Appliances 515 new cond, white, incids
Appliance Parts 520 match undercounter micro-
Beauty Supplies 525 wave. $200 (863)484-0332
Bicycles 530 RANGE Tappan, Elec. & Elec.
Books & Magazines535 Whirlpool dryer. Both work
Building Materials540 great. $150 Will separate.
Business Equipment 545 (863)697-6033
Carpets/Rugs 550
Children's Items 555 REFRIGERATOR Frigidaire,
China, Glassware, Etc. 560 side by side, works well,
Clothing 565 good shop fridge. $350.
Coins/Stamps 570 (863)517-0664 (Muse)
Collectibles 575 REFRIGERATOR GE, White,
Computer/pplideo 58 Very good condition. $175
Crafts/Supplies 585 (863)517-0244
Cruises 590
Drapes, Linens & Fabrics 595 REFRIGERATOR used, good
Fireplace Fixture 600 condition, top freezer, $65.
Firewood 605 (863)763-0144
Furniture 610
Furs 615 REFRIGERATOR w/ Freezer,
Health & Reducing 34 cu. ft. Ice maker & dis-
Equipment 620 penser. $100 or best offer.
Heating Equipment,/ (863)229-8247
Supplies 625 STOVE GE, glass top, with
Household Items 630 microwave, $100.
Jewelry 635 (239)333-5811
Lamps/Lights 640
Luggage 645 WASHER & DRYER GE, Ig.
Medical Items 650 capacity, GE Refrigerator,
Miscellaneous 655 side by side w/icemaker &
Musical Instruments 660 water, $500. (239)333-5811
Office Supplies/ WASHER & DRYER Heavy
Pets/Supplies/ duty, good shape, works
Services 670 well. $275 for both
Photography 675 (863)674-0079
Plumbing Supplies 680 WASHER & DRYER Ken-
Pools & Supplies 685 more, White. Excellent con-
Restaurant edition. $225 for the set.
Equipment 690 (863)517-0244
Satellite 695
Sewing Machines 700 WASHER/DRYER GE, super
Sporting Goods 705 capacity, brand new, w/1 yr.
Stereo Equipment 710 GE warranty, energy effic.,
Television/Radio 715 $500. (239)867-4384
Tickets 720 WASHERS & DRYERS
Tools 7j5 STACK UNITS
ToV Games 730 $95 & up, 1 yr warranty
V s "ed to Buy REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
Wanted to Buy 740 (239)694-0778



MICROWAVE OVEN Stain-
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR UNIT less steel, Magic Chef. $50
Goodman 48k btu, serviced (239)839-0795
every year, like new. $2000
or best offer. (863)763-3932

S-STORAGE SHEDS-
Why Rent When
FARM-ALL CUB Lawn trac- You Can Own?
tor, Circa 1948. Good We Finance Everyonel
shape. $1900 All Size Sheds Available
(863)673-9200 800-330-8106


BICYCLE Ladies, Schwinn,
12 spd. $50 (863)675-1900 DELL XP COMPUTER com-
plete. $125 Call Tony at

,Magai nesi 05 INK CARTRIDGES Twin pack
#15 black for HP $20
ROMANCE BOOKS (20) Lewis (863)675-6973
Amore $10 (863)763-1059
ROMANCE BOOKS (80) Har- & b0
lequin $10 (863)763-1059
BOB THE BUILDER, THOMAS,
[1e 0537 set, fits toddler mattress,

QUANTUM HUT 40x44x15, 5- 7- 13
Paid $6000. Asking $4500. F [urniure lKI!
(863)357-1975 After 6pm
STEEL BUILDINGS FOR SALE! BAMBOO TABLE w/glas top
"Rock Bottom Prices!" & matching chairs, from
Widths vary from 10' to 80'. smoke & pet free home,
Various shapes, heights and $150 neg. (863)467-1396
lengths. Manufacturer BED Queen size w/ frame.
serving America since 1980. $300 (863)763-8562
Pioneer (800)668-5422 BED FRAME Full size
Buligw/brass headboard, solid
wood daybed. $60 will sell
Mateials 0540 separately. (863)675-2759
ALUM WINDOWS (3) BEDROOM SET Dk oak,
w/screens, very good cond., On/Full, 4 poster, head/foot-
(1)30x27,(2) 30 x30, $35 or board, real wood, dressers &
sell sep (863)763-1997 more. $500 (863)357-6315
GARAGE DOOR fits 7'x9' wide BEDROOM SUITE Queen,
opening, all hardware includ- platform bed, excellent con-
ed, Craftsman opening, etc. dition.$500 or best offer.
$400. Call 863-634-8366 (863)610-9748
BEDROOM SUITE W/sleigh
Steel Buildings bed, 2 night stands, 2
30x40, 40x60, 50x100 chests, 2 corner stands, like
Advertising Disc.. new. $500 (270)469-6011
Prices Limited
Up to 50% Off, Can Erect BUNK BEDS heavy duty
www.seg-grp.com frames, Full size top & bot-
Source# OZN tom, $250. (863)610-3147
954-889-1238 Couches-maroon w/ wood fea-
WATR SYST Complete tures and blue w/ vibrating lazy
WATER SYSTEM complete, oys w/table in middle $140 or
1.5hp pump, water softener, will separate (863)634-2724
Pressure tank. Like new.
$700 neg. (863)763-3932 DINETTE SET Like new,
blonde Oak, 4 chair, great
* I condition, Irg table, matching
chairs. $100 (561)389-1590
BABY ITEMS Crib, Stroller ENTERTAINMENT CENTER -
High Chair & Walker, $170 Thomasville, excellent condi-
will sell separately. tion, paid $1200 asking
(863)673-5704 $550 firm (863)467-0336
BABY JUMPEROO Fisher ENTERTAINMENT CENTER 5
Price Rain Forest. $25 pc's. $200 or best offer.
(863)673-0066 (863)229-8247
TiDL -o rt-s FURNITURE French Provin-
TODDLER BED Sportscar clal, Lexington, solid wood,
from Little Tykes w/crib mat- 9 pcs., BR & more, $800 sell
aress. $100. or will sell sep- sep. (863)763-8149
arate. (239)770-5493
---_ -__ KING SIZE MATTRESS Mag-
TOYS For infants to 3 years netic power, new condition,
of age. $60 takes all or will cost $1100, sell for $800 or
sell separately, best offer (863)357-5754
(863) 763-6131 Okee area VING ROOM SET 7 pc
LIVING ROOM SET 7 pc.
$500 or best offer.
C g(239)867-4201
PAGEANT DRESS Beautiful LOVESEAT & CHAISE
white. Beaded. Child 14-16 LOUNGE Durapella ocoa
or size 2 Jr. Like new condi- purchased at Royals, 3yrs old.
tion. $60 (863)675-0246 $400 (863)357-1812
DNG DRESS-A ine MATTRESS/BOXSPRINGS -
WEDDING DRESS A Line, W/brass headboard & metal
Strapless, Size 18. $150 frame, exc cond, full size.
(863)675-0732 _____ $150 neg (863)824-3412
WEDDING DRESS,- sz. 12/14, SOFABED Queen size, excel-
beaded white satin, $400 or lent condition, never used,
best offer. (863)228-0926 beige print. $200
(863)610-5237
SWIVEL ROCKER Black chair
w/matching foot stool & ta-
HIGHWAYMAN PAINTING J ble lamp. $100 or best offer.
Gibson. $325 (561)389-1590 Ocala
(863)357-1129 TABLE Large, French Country
SCALE 1000 Ib antique. w/ 5 tall back chairs & leaf.
$250 or best otter. White wash w/ oak table top.
(863)357-3633 Heavy. $125 863-674-0098


TABLE wrought iron, beveled
glass top, w/4 upholstered
chairs, new, $150 now!
(863)763-8149
TABLE Wrought iron, seats 6
people, needs table top. $50
(863)357-3633
TWIN BEDS- Serta mattress-
es, spreads, dust ruffles, 2 N
stands, dresser w/mirror,
$300 neg (863)467-9892



GOLF CART Yamaha '99 gas
golf cart, runs & looks like
new, low hours. $2000
(863)467-2824
GUN CABINET Nice, Dark
woodgrain, approx 6', Locking
glass door w/bottom wooden
doors $150 (863)635-9084
ITHACA Model 51 12 ga.,
auto with poly choke, $375.
Call 734-777-4495
NEWTON 1st type standard,
cal. 30 USG (30.06), dbl. set
triggers, exc. cond., $795 or
best offer. (863)763-5120
REMINGTON Model 870 Mag-
num 2 3/4-3", $400. Call
734-777-4495
SAVAGE Model 99, Unertl
scope, cal. 300 Savage, very
good cond., $575 or best of-
fer. (863)763-5120



BOW FLEX POWER PRO like
new condition, cost $900
new, sell for $500 or best of-
fer. (863)467-1120
Do you Experience Anxiety?
There are answers in this
book. Buy and read Self
Analysis by L. Ron Hubbard.
Price $15.00. Hubbard Dia-
netics Foundation
(813)872-0722 E-mail
cofstampa@gmail.com.
Solo flex- complete work out
system in good shape
$250 OBO (863)634-2724
TREADMILL Big Heavy duty,
Hardly used. Paid over $900.
Asking $400 (863)675-0246
WEIGHT BENCH All in One,
$100 (863)634-2582


GOLD FROG Lovely, dia-
mond encrusted 18K gold.
$900. Please call after 6pm
(863)983-8792 ask for Lisa
RING 14 kt. white gold. 11/
ct. 5 baguette diamond anni-
versary ring. Beautiful, Must
see! $2500 (863)634-0812


FLOOR LAMP Vintage Pot
Belly Stove, Cast iron. Umco.
Good condition. $550.
(863)261-3392



WROUGHT IRON PATIO FURN
- from Rob & Stuckey, ask-
ing $500- 971 E. Lincoln
Ave, Labelle to see.


BI-PAP With heat. $500
(863)467-2156
MEDICAL SCOOTER Electric,
nice shape. $300
(863)467-2156
POWER WHEELCHAIR In
great condition. Asking $400
Call (863)824-8714. Leave
message
WHEEL CHAIR- Merit. Electric.
New condition. $2000.
863-983-4940


ANTENNA TOWER 40 ft.
$250 (863)763-4525 or
(561)596-7231
BEER COOLER hold 1/4 to
1/2 keg, C02 tank included,
$250. (863)675-1033
CULVERT 20 ft long, 15" in
diameter, plastic. $100
(561)723-8455
DIVORCE$275-$350*COVERS
children, etc. Only one signa-
tureequreed! *Excludes
govt. fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000, ext.600.
8am-6pm) Alta Divorce,
LLC. Established 1977
DOUBLE STROLLER Ma-
cLaren, side by side, seat re-
clines, gray, 1 yr old, Pd $360,
Asking $225 (863)610-1750
PRONG HORN ANTELOPE -
Large, Mounted, Fairly good
shape. $175 (863)946-3123
Roaches? Harris Famous
Roach Tablets, Guaranteed
to kill roaches since 1922.
Over 100 tablets treats entire
home, less than $5. Sold at
Publix, Ace Hardware Stores,
(800)637-0317.
TRAP MACHINE outers, sin-
gle stk., auto, w/100' control
system & 12v heavy duty
batt., $700. (772)530-6448
WATER DISPENSOR/COOLER,
AVANTI w/small refrigera-
tor below. For office or
home. $20 (863)763-7983



ACOUSTIC GUITAR Guild
w/built In pick up, model
GAD-30 NAT, w/hard shell
case, $800 (239)503-0339
PIANO Young Chang, Pol-
ished Ebony, Full size. Excel-
lent condition w/ bench.
$2000 (863)634-5038
RECORDER ROLAND, VS -
2000. Digital Studio Work-
station. $2000
(863)763-9527


BEARDED DRAGON Male, 3
yrs. old. Aquarium & access.
included. $300
(863)697-6824
DOG BOX 3x3x29", single,
diamond plate top & ply-
wood bottom, $300
.(863)467-7197
DOG BOX 4x4x24"', dbl. w/2
swing doors, diamond plate
top & center, plywood bot-
tom, $400. (863)467-7197
FISH TANK 29 gallon, with
stand, filter & fish, you pick
up, 420. (863)763-4098


HAPPY JACK(R) Mange Medi-
cine: promotes healing &
hair growth on dogs & hors-
es due to 'hot spots' fungus
or mane dandruff. At farm,
feed & hardware stores.
www.happyjackinc.com.
PANDA FERRETT Certified. F,
1 yr. old. Friendly. 3 story
cage & access. Up to date
shots. $250 (863)697-6824
PEACOCKS (2) Tame, 1
male, 1 female. $100 sold
together. (863)467-6864


NIKON COOLPIX 8400 8
megapixel, $400.
(863)675-6214



BATHTUB White, w/jacuzzi
jets, motor, pump & all fit-
tings, 60 x 36, exc cond.
$250 (863)484-0395



ABOVE GRND POOL 15ft rd,
42" deep, pump, skimmer,
steps, filter, needs liner $500
neg (863)610-0851
Demo Homesites Wanted
Now! In selected areas! For
the New Kayak Pool The
above ground pool with in-
ground features. Save $ with
this unique opportunity. Free
Estimates/FAST INSTALLA-
TION/EZ Financing. Call
(866)348-7560. w
akPoolsFlorida.com.
POOL 5', above ground,
w/tennis game, cleaning
equipment & cover, $350.
(863)677-6588



DELPHI XM RADIO For home
& vehicle, portable unit w/2
bases. $100 (239)503-0339


CURTIS MATCHES 19" with
remote. Good, Clean condi-
tion & ready to use. $25.
(863)357-3786
EMERSON 9", AC/CD with
remote. Has all cords & rab-
bit ear antenna. Good, Clean
cond. $25. (863)357-3786
TV RCA 25", good condition.
$50 (863)610-9748
TV & STAND 19" TV, Stand
is black, holds up to 32", Ex-
cellent condition. $400
(863)674-1409


AIR COMPRESSOR 5 hp, 3
phase. $200 (863)467-5401
or (772)359-2923
BOLT & NUT BIN. $50
(863)902-0257
CAR DOLLY/portable crane -
$350. Call 863-697-6625
CHAIN SAW asking $1256
visit 971 E. Lincoln Ave, La-
belle, to see.
DIESEL GENERATOR 5 kw,
120/240. $2500
(863)234-1230


ANN DYESS
ZJ4 Ss LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER
S. 420 E. SUGARLAND HWY.
3 ,,,s (863) 983-6663 (863) 983-9770
WEBSITE: DYESSREALESTATE.COM EMAIL: ANN@DYESSREALESTATE.COM
AFTER HOURS:
ANN DYESS LAURA SMITH TRAVIS DYESS ANGELICA GONZALEZ
(863) 983-8979 Broker Associate (863)228-2215 SE HABLA ESPANOL
(863)599-1209 (863)228-0023
RESIDENTIAL 2/1 cottage on 3.68 acres PB 4/2 DWMH Montura $135K
Condo Bass Capital reduced County $174,900 3/2 DWMH with o/g pool
$139K 3/2/2 with pool on man-made Evercane Rd $185,000
4/2/ New Home Reduced to lake $310,000 3/2 DWMH Woodlands-great
$269,000 3/2/2 CBS home with very secluded corner lot $134 900
3/2 Royal Palm $230,000 large back yard $259,900 seclude. corner 134,90
2/2 Really Cute $125K 2/1 near all amenities $99,000 VA,^,T LAMD
3/2 2/ acres Flaghole New 3/2/1 with Den VACANT LAND
$240,000 Seller Wants All Sugarland Cir. $220 000 MH Lot in Sherwood $24,900
Offers 2 Family Unit 3/1 and 1/1 Montura 1.25 acre lots avail-
4/ fW i l ide Good income $174,900 able Call for Listings.
ReM'- -- --W", 3/2/2 with pool and guest- Flaghole 2.41 ac $110,000
4/2.5/2 on lake $377,500 house $295,000 27.5 acres Pioneer $495,000
3/2/2 Brick, fenced back yard 2 or 3/1.5 Brick Home Huge 11 Montura lots $16,000 each
$215,000 backyard for kids short sale 17.5 acres Pioneer $315,000
3/2/2 New Home $279,900 $189,000 Port LaBelle unit 102 $35K
3/3/2 New Home $299.900 -
3/2 on 2.5 acres Pioneer -adj. MOBILE HOMES o.b.o.
2.5 acres also available SWMH on 4 Lots (4.56 acres) in
$165,000 Woodland S/D $275,000 COMMERCIAL
3/2/2 with loft room (has BA as 3/2 DWMH with 2.5 acres Cabinet Shop 4800 sq. ft. &
well) $379,000 Montura $150,000 Apt. $200,000
3/2/2 with pool reduced to 3/2 Ridgdill S/D $105,000 Turn-key movie theater on
$269,900 3/2 DWMH Midstate Loop US27 $495,000 or building
4/2 Harlem $120,000 seller will pay c/costs $94,900 only $395,000









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GENERATOR Contractor
3000 like new, $300. RECLINERS Pair, Outdoor
(863)610-3147 folding gravity w/steel
R Pr frames. Padded head cush-
GENERATOR Norstar Pro Se- ion $130. (863)532-1584
des 550, 120v/20amp, 0. 863)532-1584
120/240v-20 amp, 9hp, RIDING MOWER Craftsman,
runs, $100. (863)763-2036 New. $600 (865)255-1199
TABLE SAWS (2) 10", (1) Okeechobee
Craftsman & (1) Black & TILLERS 2, Troy Built: 7hp
Decker, $200 will sell separ- Horse model & 5hp Tufty.
ately. (863)467-6475 Both B&S eng. $1000 will
Separate. (863)675-4858


VACUUM Kirby The Ultimate Okeechobee Livestock
G Series. All attach. Extra Market Sales
bags. DVD Owners Manual. Every Monday-12pm & every
$200 (863)634-9526 Tuesday-11am. 763-3127

Agriculture Rentals
Ap SLe Rentals
Sm I I | RENT
Christmas Trees 745
Farm Equipment 805 Apartments 905
Farm Feed/Products 810 Business Places. 910
Farm Miscellaneous 815 Commercial
Farm Produce 820 Property 915
Farm Services Condos/
Offered 825 Townhouses Rent920
Farm Supplies/ Farm Property -
Services Wanted 830 Rent 925
Fertilizer 835 House Rent 930
Horses 840 Land Rent 935
Landscaping Resort, Property -
Supplies 845 Rent 945
Lawn & Garden 850 Roommate 950
Livestock 855 Rooms to Rent 955
Poultry/Supplies 860 Storage Space -
Seeds,'Plants/ Rent 960
Flowers 865


EFFICIENCY APARTMENT,
BUMPER POOL 4 horse, private drive, private en-
needs a little work, $500. trance. (863)946-0004 or
(561)719-9455 (863)227-6155.
HORSE TACK breast collar, MOORE HAVEN 2 br, 1 ba,
head stall, roper reins, tie tile floors, $400 per month.
down, never used, $65. (305)377-9613 or
(863)675-3032 (305)975-6861
HORSES (4) 2 Mares & 2 MOORE HAVEN Duplex, 5
Colts, sweet but green, never yrs. old. 2 BR, 2 BA, Tile fir.,
been ridden. $400 for all, will $725 mo. For- more details
sep. (863)484-0303 call (863)610-0159
PONY Min Shetland, 14 yr
old black & white paint mare,
kid safe. $950
FURNISHED CONDO 2 br, 2
ba, 2nd floor across from
~LawnkGaden 850 marina, pool & lake access.
$1200/mo neg based on
lease. Call (863)517-1376
BAD BOY MOWER Z Pro se-
ries, 23 hp, new. $4995 How do you find a Job in
(863)234-1230 __ today's competitive
BUSH HOG Self propelled, market? In the employ-
tow behind model, 42" cut, 8 Imet section of the clas-
hp Briggs & Stratton. $475 seids
(863)357-1042
FERRETS 3-(F, 1-(M), With
large cage, all accessories
for $250. or best offer CLEWISTON 2 br duplex on
(863)634-3783.7pm-9pm North side of town.
GRASSHOPPER MOWER 27 ,. 1
hp, 61" cut. $3900 CLEWISTON 3/2. $1000/mo
(863)946-0307 (786)252-7329
JOINT COMPOUND (12 buck- Foreclosure! 3BR/2BA
ets): Proform, all purpose. $11,000! Only $199/Mol 5%
$120 for all, will separate. down 20 years @ 8% apr.
863-675-8141 Buy, 4/BR $477/Mo! For list-
LAWN MOWER Push,$40 wings (800)366-9783 Ext
(863)675-8141 5798.
LAWN TRACTOR Craftsman, LaBelle 2br, All new appl. in-
complete w/grass catchers, eluding W/D. Large lot. $850
good cond., $400. mo. Includes some utilities.
(863)675-3108 (863)517-1000
LEAF BLOWER/mulcher/ LAKEPORT -1 br, 1 ba,
vacuum with bag, new con- $650/mo includes utilities,
edition, $55 or best offer. Call (863)946-1626
863-675-2596 MOORE HAVEN 2/2 home
MULCHER/LAWN VAC Cou- huge yard, good street
gar, like new. $200 1 blk. from river/boat ramps
(863)675-4858 $1000/month 754-264-2343
PRESSURE WASHER 3500 MOORE HAVEN 3br, 2ba, All
Ibs, 2 nozzles & hose. Good appl, W/D, laminate floors,
condition. $500 garage, handicap access.
(863)674-1409 $1100 mo. (863)946-3333


IrotmGINI Sale 5 Recreation A
b. -' . VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS Log BOAT PROPELLER
*_.. ''"'-.}- cabin shell on 2 private acres I I I 14.5"x15", Chrome plated,
-,..' -- . near very wide trout stream Right hand. $30
-r --- in the Galax area and New Boats 3005 (863)357-0868
River State Park, $139,500. Campes/RVe 3010 BOAT TRAILER 14', needs
Owner (866)789-8535. Jet Skill 3015 lights & tires, $150. Call
.Mr. gIMarine Accessmrlea3020 Carlie at 863-612-6575
;el "tte: Marine Miscellaneus 3025
WaItedU1065SMotor0yles 3030 BOAT TRAILER 18' galva-
CLEWISTON COUNTRY ASport VehIc1es/ATVs3035 nized, perfect condition,
Modular/Floor Plans. From $79,900 & up, BUYER INTERESTED IN BUY- 863. Call Charlie at
ING ACREAGE Agd. 40+
3/4/5BR, 2/3BA, acre & 1/4 available or use acres, for under $4,000/ac. j j j j I BOAT TUNA TOWER -2 gold
your land as down payment. Financing available. Call (305)378-0697 plated rod holders. Like new
ALUMINUM DUCK HUNTING $300 (561)254-7458 Cle-
86 gbile7 rme BOAT 12', 15hp Evinrude wiston
Mobile Homes mtr., w/trailer, $1200. OUTBOARD MOTOR Evin-
(561)254-9326 rude Eito, antique, from ex-
R a s.a I BOAT MOTOR, Johnson Evin- tensive collection, $250.
R sate rude, 14hp. OMC. Runs (239)823-2587
__ l -great. $500 (863)763-7609 TROLLING MOTOR Minn Ko-
Mobile Home-Lots 2005 BOAT TRAILER 29', with ta, 50 Ib thrust, 1 yr old.
Mobile Home Parts 2010 brakes. Needs fenders. $800 $300 (423)863-2789
_______ _W Mobile Homes. -Rent 2015 or best offer. (863)467-0222 n e
Business Places Mobile Homes Sale 2020 CANOE 16" Old Town, Cus-
Sale 1005 tom wood seat backs. Out-
Commercial HARLEM 3/2 Brand New board bracket, Paddles. BOAT MOTORS (8) Antique,
CondPr operty Sale 1010 Harlem Academy Drive $475 (863)902-0316 Outboard, 1940's-50's. $400
Townhouses Sale1015 Appliances, New carpet, ORLANDO CLIPPER '71 Fi- for all, will sep.
oFarms Sale 1020 anir, dar $157,50. MH STEPS Fiberglass with berglass, 16 ft, Evinrude (863)824-0801
Houses- Sale 1025 Landscaped. $157,500. aluminum railings, 24" H x -200 hours & trailer -new .-
Hunting Property 1030 SHIP or Owning 36" W, 2 sets. $200 will sep. tires. $2500 (863)634-0957
Investment Financing Possible arate. (863)467-8607 OUTBOARD ENGINE 15hp
Property- Sale 1035 Evinrude, runs very well HARLEY DAVIDSON 883
Land Sale 1040 Call Owner: 863-673-5071 M l$550. (863)673-666 SPORTSTER 1988 33K
Lots Sale 1045 or 561-996-8010 (n8t66- 6 mls. Runs good. Needs bat-
Open House 1050 PONTOON- 20', 70hp Evin- tery. $3500 (863)763-0829
Out of State rude, 2 axle tir., new too,
Property- Sale 1055 FOR RENT OR SALE console, steeringexc. cond HARLEY DAVIDSON SPORTS-
Property Inspection060Po p. Brand New 3 BR, 2 BA $4,000. (863)824-0801 TER -'01 Silver, forward
Real Estate Wanted 1065 2000 2 BR, 2 BA controls, straight pipes, back
Reso Proe rty M RH N 4 nit( Single Wide 2 BR 1 BA PONTOON BOAT 28ft Harris, rest. $4900 (239)222-5710
Resort Property MOORE HAVEN 4 Unit (2 Rent $550-$850 mo. 120 HP I/0, $2000
Sale 1070 br/1ba), just rehabbed. Call (863)228-1569 (863)467-8953 HONDA 300EX, '98 sport-
Warehouse Space 1075 Live Rent Free with bike, aftermarket exhaust
Waterfront Property 1080 $1200/mo. No money down, l TRACKER 18'6" Grizzly pipe, many extras, fast,
No closing costs. 100% fish/duck boat, 25hp, Kohler $800 neg. (863)228-1046
Financing (305)377-9613 SGo-Devil $4200 ust see ne(83 -
or (305)975-6861 (863)697-2735 HONDA HONDAMATIC, '79 -
or(30597-6861 BANK REPO'S candy apple red, low ridder
5 0 0 L a l 1 MOVE TO YOUR LAND TRI HULL, 16', fiberglass & eat, 20k mi., true classic,
BHR- Great opportunity for Mobile Home Angels trailer, 60hp Evinrude w/elec. $1500 neg. (863)228-1046
BHR Great opportunity for 561-721-2230 wench, troll. mtr. & more.
new business! 2200 sq ft CBS FOR SALE 8.37 Acres 561-721-2230 we$2000. (863)763-7871 HONDASHADOW SPIRIT, '02
building w/2 storefront rentals Ind/Strge/Warehs, Hwy 78W CASA MANUFACTURADOS 3 000- VT750, 4,065 mi., w/sad-
& owner's apt. Rear fenced 1000+ homes BHR Cuartos \ 2 Banos. Empe- a dlebags, luggage rack, sissy
yard w/sep 12x30 warehouse $50k/acre (863)801-3133 sando de $36,900 sencia bar, $3950. (863)673-0656
& deep canal w/lake access. 14x70 Double Empesando a MOTORCYCLE TRAILER Har-
Owner financing possible, $45,900. Llamee para mas GMC CAMPER VAN '86- High-
many extras, Reduced to 1jj informaclon 863-612-6511 top, Mechanically restored ley, used once, $1(8.6751033
$285000 (863)610-1120 Receipts, $2500. or trade for (863)675-1033
LOG CABIN & 20+ acres only CLEWISTON DW, 3br, 2ba, auto (561)254-7458 Clewist. RS50 APIRILA '03 runs &
$119,900. Own the dreaml FRI w/lot, 701 Reddish Circ. d rives,185%%complete, low
$N119,000 s lOg e Reduced to $90 000 JACO 32' RV '92 Good drives, c omple, low
New 1,800 sf log cabin (863)2cons miles,oneaa title, $500 firm
package. Near FL/GA border. (P -40-3 clean, must se. $4800 bill (863)675-3852
FSBO -2 br condos, recently 90 minutes Jacksonville. Po- CLEWISTON DW, Skyline, of sale only (561)723-8455 SUZUKI GSX KATANA '99,
refurbished, at Bass & Sun in tential to subdivided Excellent 24x44, 2 BR, 2 Full Bath, Custom paint, New clutch,
Clewiston, 1 upstairs for financing. Call now Fully furnished. Florida Rm., MOTOR HOME '84 Excalibur handle bars, windshield &
$123,850 and 1 downstairs (800)898-4409, x 1399 Carport, 2 storage bldg., 36', Class A, Dual A/C, 6.6 Yoshimura exhaust. Small
for $129,850. 812604-8060 PORTNew 3 Ton A/C Unit. Lot 49 Onan. $3000 Or best offer. scratches on fight side.
or (812)04-042 $10PORT LABELLE LOTS- in Tropical MH Park $30,000 (863)673-5146 0 $4500 (863)634-6603
$1000 down, $155 per month, neg. (863)983-2758 MOTORHOME '87 Itas
mOwner financed neg. (83)98-7 MOTORHOME 87, Itasca WILD FIRE SCOOTER 2005,
(305)481-1316 FOR RENT OR SALE Winnebago, 36', $5000 150 FCC, Elect start. Auto.,
Brand New 3 BR, 2 BA (863)763-3451 110 mls. Asking $1050
-'u of'S tt* g,' ,2000 2 BR, 2 BA POP UP CAMPER '90 12 ft, (513)260-6410
I ,. Single Wide 2 BR 1BA Jayco, sleeps 6 people, great YAMAHA VIRAGO, '86 -
Rent $550-$850 mo. condition, a/c. $1600 or best 700cc, w/saddlebags, new
ASHEVILLE, NC Mountain Call (863)228-1569 offer. (239)839-0795 battery, 12,400 ml., $1500.
Acreage Homesites From Homes of Merit Regional Mod- PROWLER 24 ft. For hunt (863)673-0656
,.. ; ..,- $49,000 Excellent financing el Center specializing in cus- camp only. All electric works YAMAHA V-STAR CLASSIC,
Available Call tomer orders, Lowest ries A/C cold. Needs some work. '00 650, exc. cond., 6k mi.,
BAUTIFUl SFII.NGFORSALEtt ,(877)890-5253 x3973 In South orida $750 neg (863)261-7135 with accessories, $3800 or
2/2 doublewide, 1,295 sq. ft., oen www.seeriverhiohland- 863-675-8888 S b (863634-9403
quarter acre lot, waterfront, sn.com. INVENTORY LIQUADATON SCAMP '76 13ft, refrig, AC, bestoffer. (863)634-9403
extra long drive and high U-- C i TI located In Palmdae.Good
carport, cathedral ceilings NEW ARIZONA LAND RUSH! SALE Models in stock sold con n $1Paldale5
580 ncnett Ave. in Laielle. 1 OR 2-1/2 "FOOTBALL cheep. Negotiate your best (301)904-1524
$99,800.10% down FIELD" SIZED LOTS! $0 price. We also have many
payment, financing available. DOWN. $0 INTEREST lots avail. (863)675-8888 or TERRY '93 29 ft., Roof air, THUNDER 90 '03 Needs
(2.5% to realtors)D(863)673-4325 Sleeps alk around qn E THUNDER 90 '03 Needs
ll 23-97-1069 or $159-$208 PER MONTH (863)673-4325 Sleeps 6 w/w carb cleaned to run. $150
239-247-1053 MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! New 32x80 Homes of Merit $2950size bed. Eec ( ack Like new firm (863)259-7472
(866)819-2485 or Lowest Price in Southwest $2950(86)24-9747 HONDA FOREMAN 500 '05 -
MOORE HAVEN www.sunsiteslandrush.com. Florida. Call for more Info. WANTED TO BUY Overhead 37 hours, excelleMA nt 500ond '05 -
Park Model lbr, 1ba, Tennessee- Affordable lake (863)675-8888 pickup camper. Please call tion. $4800 or best offer.
Furnished Turnkey. properties on pristine 34,000 TRADE IN's WANTED No (863)673-6839 (863)673-2388 Clewiston
Steps to water. Marina & acre Norris Lake. Over 800 money down w/your old KAWASAKI PRAIRIE 360 -
Lake 0. 2 lots w/home. miles of shoreline. Call Lake- home equity. Very easy fl- ', 4X4 Very good condl
You own land. $45K Neg. side Realty TODAYI nancing. Low prices on all tion. $3105, 4X4, Very best offered condi-
239-985-0533 (888)291-5253 or visit new 3 & 4 Bdrm. homes. (863)634-4438
Possible Seller Financing www.lakesiderealtv-tn.com. 863)675-8888 or ALUMINUM PROP Brand (863)634-4438
-W-LL-MITAINTI N-ED2/1-V-M-- N-T- MDP-Tv,- (863)673-4325 new, for 150 hp Yamaha POLARIS PREDATOR 90 '06 -
WELL MAINTAINED 2/1 VA MOUNTAIN PROPERTY, outboard $95. New cond, w/helmet, low
w/dining rm, perfect starter/re- 15ac with Views & Creek, TRAILER, '96 Terry, 30', hy- (863)801-4097 hours, gar kept. $2100 neg
tirement home, located in a $49,900. 30ac with Views & draulic slide out, new a/c, 2 (863)673-4561/675-5288
cul-de-sac w/fenced in yard, 3 Creeks $84,900. Heavily stage heater, refrig., roof, BOAT MOTOR 69 Elgin, 14.1 -
int recently painted, tile floors Wooded & 3000+ Elevation. toilet, awning, w/spare, 12v lip, antique, Includes 3 pro- YAMAHA RAPTOR 50, '05 -
throughout, new furnace. 10% Down/EZ Financing. 30a solar panel, $10,000. pellers & gas tank, runs great shape, $800 or best
$128,000. (863)885-1317 (800)230-6380, Ext.126 (302)530-6448 good. $450 (561)790-3681 offer. (863)610-3147


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PONTIAC GRAND AM '95 -
POLARIS SCRAMBLER 400 75K miles, Auto., Air. Excel-
'00 Needs motor only. lent condition. $2500
$400 or best offer. (812)989-3022
(863)259-7472 TOYOTA COROLLA "85 1.6
POLARIS SPORTSMAN 500 with a 1.8 eng, 5 spd, wh ext
'07 OD Green, back rest & & dk blue int, good cond,
cargo box incid. $4900 or $1800 cash (863)227-1266
best offer. (239)222-5710 TOYOTA COROLLA Station
SCOOTER Schwinn, Elec, 2, Wagon 1994 Standard,
whl w/comfy seat & basket. Runs fantastic. 37-40 mpg.
14 mls @ 13mph. New bat- $1995 (863)763-5120
tery. $200 561.385.1552
YAMAHA KODIAK, '06 450
auto, 4x4, w/ 5x7 utility tlr., FORD PICKUP '51 ton, all
new I-T-P 589 mud/snow odg., runs great, 41k mi.,
tires, $4500. (863)674-0865 V8, 12v alt., new tires,
$3400. (513)260-6410

JAYCO 32', New A/C & gas
water heater. Everything work.
Good tires, Elec. hitch. $1700. CHEVY S10 BLAZER 1989 -
Neg. (863)673-2284 4x4, 305 small block V8,
Needs motor work. $1500
(863)634-3712
Automobiles DODGE RAM '95 2500,
Heavy duty, V8 Magnum, reg
cab, 4x4, auto, 110K, new
parts,$4500 (863)634-2303
t__ ._ FORD F150, 1994 4x4, new
Automobiles 4005 tires, hubs; auto, A/C, cruise
Autos Wanted 4010 works, $3,000. Call
Classic Cars 4015 863-357-4567 after 6pm
Commercial Trucks 4020 HONDA RANCHER '04, 4
Construction Wheeler, 4x4, $4200 or
Equipment 4025 trade for fishing boat or plat-
Foreign Cars 4030 form buggy. (863)673-0920
Four Wheel Drive 4035
Heavy Duty Trucks4040 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LA-
Parts Repairs 4045 REDO '98 4x4, runs great,
Pickup Trucks 4050 high miles, $2500
Sport Utility 4055 (239)789-7630
Tractor Trailers 4060
Utility Trailers 4065 Pr R s4
Vans 4070 -
AXELS (2) 2000 LB, $75 for
Both. (863)447-1258
CHROME WHEELS NEW 17"
& Goodyear 24570R17 tires,
BUICK CENTURY '97 58k fits Dodge Ram 1500, $600.
miles, loaded, cold a/c, new (863)357-5832
tires/brakes. $5000
(863)228-3087 DIABLO PERFORMANCE PRO-
GRAMMER for 04-05 Che-
CADILLAC ELDORADO '1971 vy Duramax Diesel truck.
Convertible. Red. Runs great. $200 (863)697-0328
$5000. (561)718-8504 FACTORY RUNNING BOARDS
CADILLAC STS '96 Bad Ford Super Duty Crew Cab
trans, have title. $500 pickup, fits 99- current $300
(863)467-5401 or (863)697-0328
772)359-2923 HONDA MOTOR 8hp, side
Chev Cavalier- 94', runs great shaft, $100 or best offer.
107,000 miles, $1000 080 (863)763-2036
For more information call JEEP RIMS (4), 5 lug, like
812-390-3422 new condition. $200.
DODGE INTREPID '01 Runs (561)718-8504
great. $4000 or best offer. LOVESEAT & sofa beige,
63)467-9511 or $175. Cal 863-517-1597
(863)532-1478 RIMS 20", chrome, 35% tire,
FORD TAURUS WAGON '93 $400. Call 863-517-1597
New a/c unit, cd player, new
tires, excellent condition. RIMS 4/6 lugs, 16" Chevy
$1900 neg (863)983-7699 w/center caps,1 never used
Goodyear Eagle RS tire $200
HONDA ACCORD '91, As Is will sep (863)763-4899
Condition. $800 RIMS & TIRES Set of 16"
(863)484-0122 Ford SD Lariat w/brand new
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GT '01. 265/75/R16 Gen Grabber
- V6, red, 5 spd, man, runs At2. $700 (561)261-6421
great, a/c, sunroof, pw, pl, TIRES & RIMS SET 17" Ford
cc. $3500 (239)324-2399 F150 with 20,000 miles. Great
MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE shape. $250. or best offer.
'95, A/C, New top. New (863)467-1070 Lv msg
paint. Runs great. $3000 TOWING HITCH Draw Tite for
(863)763-4746 Lv. msg. LeSabre, Aurora, Bonneville.
NISSAN MAXIMA'S 1- 1992 $75 (863)467-2567
& 1- 1989, Both for $1500 TRUCK TOPPER For short
Call for details, bed truck. $200
(863)697-6625 (865)255-1199 Okeechobee


This Week's Specia.l
2490 Hookers Point Rd 2BR/1BA Home on .71 Acres W/ Huge
Workshop & Shed. Priced to Sell at $163,000
Qur Current Listings
RENTALS by the 'Water" starting at $400.00 call for Details
Yacht Club Homes starting at $89,900. Enjoy "Retirement" in this
Peaceful Community
153 Pine Ln. 3BR/2BA Home $150,000
2960 Old Lakeport Rd. 2BR/2BA Home $183,500
2420 Old Lakeport Rd. 2BR/1 BA M/H Reduced $99,999
255 Thomas Ln. 2BR/2BA M/H $129,900
740 Pine Ave. 3BR/2BA M/H $86,000
1690 West Ave. 2BR/2BA M/H by the Water $149,500
422 New Lone 2BR/28A M/H $95,300
306 1 Oth St. 2BR/1BA "LakeFroni" Home $91,500
1025 NE 23rd St. 3BR/3BA Home $210,000
1705 Gulf St. 2BR/2BA M/H by the Water $149,500
2235 Riverside Dr 2BR/1 BA Home by the Waler $285,000
601 5th St. 3BR/2BA M/H $124,900 Fully Furnished
1127 Pierce St. 3BR/2BA Home on a 1/2 Acre $76,000


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Thursday, April 3, 2008.


UTILITY BOX red, 8', $250
cash. You Haul.
(863)634-2303
VAN SEAT for Dodge Cara-
van, blue, good cond., fold
down, $40. (863)674-0098



BED LINER Fits Ford Ranger
Shortbed, Mid to late '90's.
Good cond. $95.
(863)610-0186 after 12 p.m.
CHEVY '94, Needs work.
$600 Call for details.
(863)261-3392 Okeechobee.
CHEVY S10 EXT CAB '83 2.8
6 cyl, good shape, brand
new tires, $1300 or best of-
fer. (863)634-2582
CHEVY S10 P/U '91 Short
bed, V6 auto, runs good.
$850 (863)983-6550 Cle-
wiston
CHEVY SILVERADO 1995 -
Custom, Step Side, ARE
Topper. Runs good. $4000
or best offer. (863)763-0829
DODGE DOOLEY 1 TON '89 -
flatbed, asking $1500
(863)261-7135
DODGE RAM '87, Bought to
be restored. Recent tune-up,
Some new chrome. Needs.
work $2000 (863)634-6603
FORD '1985, 2 tone, step-
side, New motor. $1500
(863)763-8201
FORD F150 '83 2 new tires,
runs great, good work truck,
auto, $1000 neg.
(863)763-8069
FORD F150 '88 New rebuilt
engine w/10k miles, 3 spd
auto, great truck. $2000 part
trade cons. (863)634-2364
FORD F150 '91 Ext cab, 4x4,
cold a/c, 5.0, 5 spd, new
clutch, good tires. $1900
(863)983-6550 Clewiston
FORD F250 '89 diesel, ext
cab, 5 speed, asking $1650
(305)370-5647
FORD F250 '96 4x4, AC,
runs good, asking $3800
(863)673-6819
FORD F350 '89, (with Title)
Diamond-plate flatbed w/
goose-neck hitch, 2WD, Runs
Great! $2000 (863)675-7699
FORD F350 LARIAT XLT '90,
Ext. cab, 2 tone beige/brown.
Cold A/C, Standard. $3000
(863)763-3451
FORD RANGER '89, ext. cab,
4 cyl, 5 sp, new clutch top-
per, runs great, $1500.
(239)503-7653



FORD BRONCO II '90 runs
good, $800 or best offer
(863)635-7733
FORD BRONCO II '90 runs
good, $800 or best offer
(863)635-7733
r FORD EXPLORER XLS '99,
Black, 4 door, Runs good.
180K miles mostly Hwy.
$2500. Neg. (239)770-2922
GMC JIMMY .- '94, 4x4, Runs
great. $1500 or best offer.
(863)674-0634
GMC SUBURBAN '88, HD
Tow pkg. 454 Big Block
Chevy. Runs great. $2500
(863)763-4746 Lv. msg.
JEEP CHEROKEE '91 white,
runs good, $500
(863)673-1782
JEEP CHEROKEE '97 119K,
very good cond, asking
$4400 (863)763-6108
TOYOTA 4 RUNNER '94 V6,
AC, auto, $2800
(305)370-5647



EQUIP TRAILER '06 Bumper
pull 2 axle 18', ramps, lights,
brakes 10.5K load cap.
$3200. (863)697-9704


EQUIP TRAILER '06 Goose- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
neck, 3 axle, 30' x 8', Ramps, HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PUBLIC NOTICE
Lights, Brakes, 10.5K load File No.: 08-033-CP HENDRY COUNTY The Planning and Zoning Board of the City of Clewiston, Florida
cap. $3200.(863)697-9704 CASENO. 07-CA-001025 will meet in the City Hall Commission Chambers, 115 West
IN RE THE ESTATE OF Ventura Avenue, on Monday, April 14, 2008, at 5:30 p.m. or as
UTILITY TRAILER 5X7, Great CARL LEWIS HERRON WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A,, TRUSTEE soon thereafter as the issue may be heard to consider the
for hauling items. $250 or Deccase TRUST 2007-6OASSET-BACKED CER- following:
best Offer. (863)697-6033 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TIFICATES, SERIES 2007-6, A request from the Zinal Hospitality, LLC that a certain property
Thle administration of the estate of CARL vs. Plaintiff located at 0 W. Pasadena Avenue be reviewed for change of the
Buying a car? Look In the LEWIS HERRON, deceased, whose JESSICA DAVIS, oeal Official Use District (Zoning) designation. The request is for
r clasifleds. Selling date ol death was January 3, 2008, is Defendants PALM BEACH COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE change of the zoning from Single Family Residential Use District
classified. Selling a pending inthe Circuit Court for Hendry (R-1B) to Commercial Use District (C). The parcels are shown
cap? Look In the classi- County. Florida, Probato Division, the NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY FOR on the map enclosed herein and are more particularly described
fledS. address of which is Hendry County COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (COOG) as follows:
Courthouse, PO Box 1760, LaBelle, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a ECNOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACTIVE (FY 2008 7n09
Cdthaie. tOUscnn U ,adBetl NOTICE Is HEREBY rcuntd td ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES (FY 2008 2000) Lots 30 and 31, Block 208, General Plan of Clewoston
Florda 33975. The names land ad- Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated ECONOMICaDEVELOPMENT2ACTIGITIES (FYn2008-e200to
IN, I dresses of the personal representative Feb. 25, 2008, and entered in Case
and the personal representative's atter- No. 07-CA-001025, of the Circuit Palm Beach County Economic Development Office (EDO) hereby notifies the public that applications for grant fund- The City Commission will hold a PUBLIC HEARING in the City
CEVY G20 Conversion Van A credit set for ent and thher bel and fow. Court othe Twe ntieth Fdicial Circuit ng for Economic Development activities that will create or retain jobs for low- and moderate-income persons are Hall Commission Chambers, 115 West Ventura Avenue, on
CHEVY G20 Conversion Va persons having claims or demands wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., now available. Total available funding will be $679,975.50. The minimum funding awards will be $50,000. Please Monday, April 21, 2008, at 6:00 p.m. to consider the
1984 350 motor, 400 against decedent's estate on whom a AS TRUSTEE FOR OPTION ONE submit four completed applications (original and three copies) to EDO no later than 12:00 p.m. Monday, July 7, recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Board. All citizens
trans, runs good. $1200 or copy of this notice is required to e MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 207-6 AS- 008.Appcations received after this date and time will not be considered for funding. Appcations may not be are encouraged to attend these meetings and interested parties
best offer. (863)234-9901 served must file their claims with this SET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 200. Applicans rectnvet to are anU rime wl not be condered fr f Appeases may no e may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed request.
best er. ( 4-9court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 2007-6, is a Plaintiff and JESSICA OA- electronically transmitted (i.e. via fax or e-mail). All prospective applicants must attend one of the two scheduled If any person decides to appeal any decision made with respect
DODGE CARAMONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE VIS IF LIVING, AND F DEAD, THE UN- Mandatory Pre-Appllcatlon Workshops as follows: to any matter considered at the meetings, such person may
DODGE CARAVAN '96, pus- FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE KNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
senger van. $950 or best of- OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
fer. (305)370-5647 SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, AND ALL made, which record includes the testimony and any evidence
S ____ ON THEM. OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN IN- WEDNESDAY MAY 7, 2008, AT 8:30 AM 11:30 AM THURSDAY, MAY 8, 2008, AT 10:00 AM 12:00 PM upon which the appeal is to be based. Any inquiries regarding
D E CONV VAN '90 n w All other creditors of the decedent and TEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR- the hearing or any person requiring a special accommodation
DODGE CONV VAN 90 new other persons having claims or de- AGAINST JESSICA DAVIS; JAMES L Cooperative Extension Services PB Community College Glades because of a disability or physical impairment, including speech
water pump, rebuilt trans, mands against decent's estate must PAYNE; UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UN- Exhibit Hall A Campus Classroom Building CRA 203 or hearing impairments, should contact the Building Official's
100 file their claims with this court WITHIN KNOWN TENANT #2 are the Defen-
new tires, runs great, $1100 eOF THE dants.will sell t the hbestand best 559 N. Military Trail 1977 College Drive Office at least three (3) calendar days prior to the hearing.
(863)467-2609 FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. bidder for cash at 2ND FLOOR IN West Palm Beach, Fl 33415 Belle Glade, FL 33430
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE FRONT OF MAIN CLERK OFFICE, BE- SUBJECT PROPERTY
RD'92, $950 orLINE best offerATION 733702 OF THE FORIDA PRO- AT THE HENDRY COUNTY COURT- Applicants are advised that following the submission deadline of July 7, 2008, a "Cone o Silence" will be imposedavis Reeseots 30 & 31, Block 208, GPOC
BATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER HOUSE, 25 EAST HICKPOCHEE AVE- and all contact with EDO staff pursuant to the application must be in writing. Buildin Official
(305)370-5647 BARRED. NUE, LABELLE, FL 33935, at 11:00BLUdina OffiCil
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS AM on April 23, 2008, the following
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED described property as set forth in said Application packets and further information about this program are available at:
TWO 12) YEARS OR MORE AFTER FinaiJudgment, to wit: Economic Development Office (EDO)
THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH ,IS Economic Development Office (EDO)
BARRED. LOT 10, BLOCK 2153. OF PORT LA- 301 N. Olive Ave, 10th Floor
The date of first publication of this notice ELLE, UNIT 4, ASUDTIVISION AC- West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
is March 27, 2008. CORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3. PAGE Telephone: (561) 355-3624
Personal Representative: 86, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF Office Hours: Monday through Friday. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
KELLY ZAISER HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA..
7390 Brookstead Crossing The application Is available on our website www.pbcgov.com/edo/set_aside 2008.com.
Duluth, Georgia 30097 Any person claiming an interest III the
Agtome for Personal Representative: surplus from the sale, if any, other
ALISO C. HUSSEY, ESQUIRE than the property owner as of the date If you are unable to get a copy from our website, an electronic version of the application is available by contacting lg* '
Attomarnefor KELLY ZAISER of the lis pendens must file a claim pnolan@phcgov.cem.
RE ADING10" A eFlorida Bar No. 116165 within 60 days after the sale.
OX100 88 BARBARA S.BUTLER -
NEW SPAPERape Coral, FL 33910-0088 As ClOerk of the Court
oepho:: (239) 542-3148 S. Hammond UILICIICE "*OFICIAL"
Fax:(239)542-8953 As Deputy Clerk NOTIFICACION DE ELECTION GENERAL
makes you a more informed 266198 N3/27;4/a/08 Dated this27th day ofMarch 2008. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Notice is hereby given that the Clewiston Planning and Zonig Board will meet at
and interesting person. No da. TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF 5:30 m.on Monday, April 14, 2008 in the City all Commission Chambers, 115 Yo, Kurt S. Browning, Secretario del Estado de Florida, or la present nofico que
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR In accordance with the Americans with FLORIDA. IN AND FDR GLADE West Ventura Avenue, Included in the agenda will be the following requests: se Ilevara a cabo una ELECCION GENERAL en el condado de HENDRY, Estado de
wonder newspaper readers HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA Disabilities Act, persons needing a rea- FLORIDA, IN AND F ORGLADESFlorida, el dia UATRO de NOVIEMBRE de 2008, A.D., para ocupar o conservar
PRORATEDIVISIONCOUNTY, FLORIDA frn Florida, el din CUATRO de NOVIEMBRE de 2008, A.D., para ocupar o conservar
are ,sfull PROBATE DIVISION sonable accommodation to participate ClN iORIA N 1) A request from J.C, & Rhonda Davis in accordance with City Code Section los siguientes cargo:
re more sauces Fle No.: 08-031-CP in this proceeding should, no later than CASE NO 2007 CAVISION 110-60 titled "Required findings: Variance" for a variance to reduce the mini-
seven 7) days prior, contact the Clerk CASE NO: 2007 CA 108 mum side and rear setback requirements in order to replace a non-conforming Presidente y Vicepresidente
IN RE: ESTATE OF of the urt's disabiit coordinator at MARIA EPUEB garage at 242 East Arcade Avenue, A.K.A. Lots 24+25 in Block 173, GPOC. The Representante en el Congreso: Distritos 16 y 23
RICHARD JAMES HAYES, B63675-5217, ox 1760La- MARIAE. P UEBlant property is zoned R-B. Defensor del eblo: Circuo judicial 20
Deceased leR. 33975. It hearingimpained PladntiffSenador del Estado: Oistritos27 y 39
Contact TDD) (800)955-8771 via and The City Commission will hold a PUBLIC HEARING to consider the recommenda- Representante del Estado: Distrito77
SNOTICE TO CREDITORS Florida Relay System, RAUNDefendant tions of the Planning & Zoning Board and take final action on these requests on Tribunal Supremo: Retencidn de un magistrado
S267348 CN 4/3.10108 Defendant Monday,.April 21,2008 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Hall Commission Chambers. Tribunal de apelaciones del Distrito dos: Retencion de cuatro iueces
The administration of the Estate of RICH- Juez de circuit, Circuita judicial veinte: Grupos 1,3,4,6,13,15,19,20, 21,24
ARD JAMES HAYES, deceased, whose IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NOTICE OF SUIT All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the P&Z Board meeting y25
date of death was November 4, 2007, 20TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR and the City Commission public hearing. Any inquiries regarding the hearing or Distrito de control del agua de East County: Bancas 1,3 y 5
,HrAj, is pending in the Circuit Court for GLADES COUNTY, FLORIDA 44 Damond Aces RMaced o any person requiring a special accommodation because of a disability or physical Distrito dedesarrollo comunitanodePortLaBelle: Bancas 2 y4
Hendry County Forida,Probate Dv- GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION L 3337 iairment, including speech or hearing impairments, should contact the Building Secretaio judicial del tribunalde circuit
Public Notice 5005 sion, the address of which is Com- CASE NO.: 07-CA-119 Davenport, F 33837 0icial's office at least three days prior to the hearing. Sherf
merce Com ptlex. Highway 80, PO. Box Evaluador de propiedades
State Public 1760, LaBelle, FL 33975. The names AURORA LOAN SERVICES, LLC YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a CITY OF CLEWISTON Recadad impst
Legal Notice 5500 and addresses of the Personal Repre- PLAINTIFF Complaintinvolving the ownership of Superintendente de escuetas
tentative and the Personal Representa- VS. real property ip Glads County, ok33 Ran Travis Reese Supervisor de elecciones
tive's attorney are set forth below. ME CEDES ALPIZA GILBERTO FE- des bed Lot 2 Blck 33, Ranch BuildinOfficial Comiteescolar:Distritos 2 y 4
All creditors of the Decedent and other NANDEZ; ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN Lakes Estates, as recorded in plat 267524 CN 4/3/008Comisionadosdel Condado:0DistrilosU1,3Ey5
persons having claims or demands PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, bonk Pg te 37 Public Record GlandesDi Ostdeontrol del agua del condado central: Bancas 24 y
against the Decedent's Estate, on UNDER, AND AGANST THE HEREIN Cunty an a 1970 Man s Mob Aulondad hospitaladnria del condado de Hendry: Distritas 1, 3 y 5
whom aI copy of this Notice has been NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTNS) Home, 1.. No.: 06090643290, u ut RI ono 2 Hd i thano 1 3i
served, must Pfie their claims with thi WHO AREN OT KNOWN TO DED been filedagainst you andyoure re- NOTICE OF REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING DATES FOR Distiffo de conservacidn del suelo y del agua del Condado de Hendry:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HENDRY Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- quiredto see a copy of your wtten GERBER GROVES WATER CONTROL DISTRICT Gr2upos2y 4
COUNTY, FLORIDA MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE KNOWN PARTiES MAY CLAIM AN IN- defenses, if any, to it on Thomas 267144 CGS4/3,17/0
PROBATE DIVISION FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE TEREST AS SPOUSES HEIRS, Montgomery, Esquire, Attorney for NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE GER-
FILE NO. 2008-028-CP OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR OTHER Plainff, whose address is PO. Box BER GROVES WATER CONTROL DISTRICT, A DRAINAGE AND WATER CONTROL
DIVISION SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE CLAIMANTS; MORTGAGE ELEC- 1510, Belle Glade, FL 33430, and file DISTRICT GOVERNED BY CHAPTER 298, FLORIDA STATUTES. SHALL HOLD ITS-
IN RE ESTATE OF ONeTHEM. TYRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, the original with the Clerk of the REGULAR MONTHLY MEETINGS FOR THE TWELVE MONTHS OF APRIL, 2008, NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE
AlAllen, All other ceditrs of the INC; JOHNDOEAND JAE OE AS aove-styed Court, P. Box 10, THROUGH MARCH 2009, ON THE FOLLOWING DATES APRIL 16, 2008: MAY 21. CITY N ELECTIONS
Deceased other persons having claims or det UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSES- Moore Haven. FL 33471, on or before 2008; JUNE 18 2008: JULY 16, 2008 AUGUST 20, 2008; SEPTEMBER 17, 2008
rmnds against the Decedents Estate SION Aprl 18. 2008, otherwise, a judgment OCTOBER 15. 2008; NOVEMBER 19, 2008, DECEMBER 17. 2008, JANUARY 21, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Clewiston City .Commission will conduct a
NOTICE TO CREDITORS st file their claims wh this Court DEFEANTS) against you may be entered or the re- 2009, FEBRUARY 18, 200 AND MARCH 18, 2009. ALL OF THE REGULAR PUBLIC HEARING on April 21,2008 at 6:00 p.m., or as soon as practical thereaf-
SWITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE hTS ie demanded in the Complaint. MONTHLY MEETINGS REFERENCED ABOVE SHALL BEGIN AT 10:30 A.M. AND ter in the City Hall Commission Chambers, 115 West Ventra Avenue, Clewiston,
The administration of the Estate of Alvis OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE WITNESS my hand and the seal of this SHALL BE HELD AT ARRON LIBRARY 46 N. MAIN STREET, LABELLE.FLORIDA Florida. Dung the Public Hearing, the City Commission proposes to enact final
Allen, Deceased, whose date of death NOTICE. Court on 2/25/08. 33935. THE PURPOSE OF THE MEETINGS IS TO CONDUCT NORMAL DISTRICT passage of the ordinance which is set forth as follows:
was January 9, 2006, is pending in the ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WLL BE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an BUSINESS AND TO TAKE ALL OFFICIAL ACTION THAT MAY BE APPROPRIATE.
Circuit Court for Hendry County, R- FOREVER BARRED. Order Granting the Motion toRet CLERK OF THE COURT ANYONE WISHING TOAPPEAL ANY ACTION OF TE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSRIACE O. 2008-01
da, Probate Division; File number NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD Foreclosure Sale dated March 7, 2008. By:/S/ Jennifer Bevis AT THE ABOVE REFERENCED MEETINGS IS RESPONSIBLE TO HAVE A VERBATIM
2008-028 CP; the address of which is SET FORTh ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED entered in Civil Case No. 07-CA-119 of DEPUTY CLERK RECORD MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF CLEWISTON,
710 East El Paso Avenue, Clewiston, TWO 2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER the Circuit Court of the 20th Judicial 265110GCD 320.274413,10/2008 UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. IF AN INDIVIDUAL REQUIRES SPE- FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE CITY COMMISSIONERS. ELECTIONS, AMENDING
Flonda 33440. The names and ad- THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS Circuit in and for GLADES County. CIAL AID OR SERVICES AS ADDRESSED IN THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ARTICLE 1, SECTION 8 (a) (c) OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF CLEWISTON,
dresses of the Personal representative BARRED. Moore Haven, Rnida, I wiltsell to the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ACT (AOA), PLEASE CONTACT CHRIS SOUND AT (863) 675-3903. FLORIDA; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION;
and the Personal Representative's at- The date of first publication ol this Notice highest and best bidder for cash at TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE 267675 CGS 04/03/08 AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
torneyare set forth below is March27th, 2008 GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT of the STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
All creditors of the decedent 'and other GLADES County Courthouse at THE GLADES COUNTY The purpose of this Ordinance is to to change the election date tar Ciy Commis-
persons having claims or demands Personal RepresentaLive FRONT STEPS SOUTH DOOR. Moore CIVIL DIVISION I TllINoltir'e 5 I00 sioners from September of odd numbered years to November of even numbered
against decedent's Estate, on whom a Do Province Haven. Flonda, at 11:00 a.m. on the years to coincide with County election dates. A copy of the proposed ordinance
copy of this notice is required to be 3010 S. Tulip Road 10th day of Apl, 200 the following FIFTH THIRD MORTGAGE COMPANY, is available in the City Manager's Office, City Hall, 115 Ventura Avenue, Clewiston,
served must file their claims with this LaBelle, Rooda 33935 described property as set forth in said Plaintiff, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Florinda, for the inspection of any interested parties and interested parties may ap-
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE Kevin A Kyle Summary Final Judgment. to-wit: VS. CASE NO. 08 CA 44 TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN pear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance. I any
3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Attorne for ori Province DEAN S. EARHART, THE UNKNOWN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA person decides to appeal any decision made with respect to any matter consid-
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS FondaBar No. 980595 LOT 7, BLOCK 40, OF PORT LABELLE SPOUSE OF DEAN S. EARHART CASE NO.: o7-000241-CA ered atthis meeng tr publichearing. such person may need to insurem that aver-
NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER GREEN SCHOENFELD & KYLE LLP UNIT 102, A SUBDIVISION ACCORD- CINDY G. EARHART. THE UNKNOWN batim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF 1380 Royal Palm Square Boulevard ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RE- SPOUSE OF CINDY G. EARHART; MIN- GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC, and any evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
THIS NOTICE ON THEM. Fort Myers,Florida 33919 CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3. PAGE 66, NIE LEE ASHLEY: THE UNKNOWN Plaintiff
All other creditors of the decedent and Telephone: (239)936-7200 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SPOUSE OF MINNIE LEE ASHLEY: IF vs. Wendell Johnson
other persons who have claims or de- Fax: (239)936-7997 GLADES COUNTY, FLORIDA. LIVING. INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN KIMBERLY YANG, UNKNOWN SPOUSE City Manager
mands against the decedent's estate, 2U6677 cN 3/27 4/3/08 SPOUSE OF SAIDO EFENOANT(S)IF OF KIMBERLY YANG, RICKY LYTLE. 26031 CN 4/3/08
must file their claims with this Court _______ Any erson claiming an interest in the REMARRIED AN IF DECEASE. THE AND UNKNOWN TENANTS/OWNERS.
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR sulus from the sale. if any. other RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVI- Defendants. I
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA than the property owner as of the date SEES. GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES.
TION OFTHISvNOTICE.. PROBATE DIVISION of the is nden must f icle a claim CREDITORS, LIENORS, ANO TRUS- AOTICEOSALET REQUEST F LOR BIDS CRFB)O6T00 O168
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE In Re Estate of within 6 da er the sa TEES, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS PUBLIC USE FACILITY, PM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC- BARBARA FAYE WATKINS CLAIMING B', THROUGH, UNDER OR Notce is herby given that, pursuant to
TION 733702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO- Deceased File No. 2008-001-CP Dated this H1th day of March.,2007. AGAINST THE NAMED DEFEN the Order r Final udment entered in The Sotho nda Water Management Oisdct will uRoeve sealed bids thugh the
BATE COURT WILL BE FOREVER DANTASA; ABENEY & ABNEY CON- this cause in the Circuit Court of Hnd- Procurement Office, ., 3301 Gun Club R We Palm Beach, F oridae
BARRED. NOTICE TO CREDITORSa JOE FLINT STRUTION, INC. OKEECHOBEE ry County, orida. I will sell the prop- 33406, for STA 3/4 Public so Facali tye, Palm Bea ch Cointy, on Tuteday, i tie
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS (Formal Administration) CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT CARPET AND VINYL CENTER, NC y stated in Hndry CuntyFlorida, May 6, 200 at 2:30 p.m. l me t which tely sbm, ted bid will be
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED ABY Jennifer Bevi WHETHER ISSOLVE OR PRESENT- desonbed as:ened and publiclyread. Pect consists hiding all labor, materials &
TWO 12) YEARS OR MORE AFTER TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEPUTY CLERK LY EXISTING TOGETHER WITH ANY equipment necessary ta provide recreational enhancements to STA 3/4: including
THE DECEDENTS DEATH IS BARRED. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE Law Offics of David J. Stem GRANTEES, ASSIGNES. CREDITORS, All of the p operty located at 430 N. earthwrst, dainage culvert, paved pais i ng a e usrdraile, spitr-iofenceside-
ESTATE: Attorneyfor Plaintiff LIENORS, OR TRUSTEES OF SAID DE- OLVIO STREET, in the City/Townhhi- walks. of-ormatian kiosks (with a she ler), compesting toilet, solar-powered elec-
THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF You are hre eby nnv i ied that Le37743 ers of 801 S. University ve, Suite 50 FENDANTS) AN ALL OTHER PER- lae at CLEWSTON, County of Hnd- ic gate signs & landscape imp ments.
THIS NOTICE IS 32720 Administration has ben entered in the tan, FL 33324SONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, ry State of FL, in which the B OPTIONAL p-bid conference will held on Th day, Ap 17, 200 a
estate f BARBARA FAE WATKINS, (954) 233THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST DEFENDANT has an ownrship, easehold or otherstrct
JanetScott deceased, FileNumber2008-001-CP, 07-90712ALS UNKNOWN TENANT #1 UNKNOWN legal interest. This proper s more a. art SFWMD Constrin Village: oofm Palm Beach C stt of Fna t o her Boule-
Personal Representatige by the Circu Court for Hendry County, TENANT #2: particularly described on tre sched- ard SR 8) est tai US 27 i South B ay, e FL. US 27 Stht o mies PS
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Flag football team loses to Glades Central


By Charles M. Murphy
INI Florida
Deanna Everett made some
big catches and some even more
impressive throws as she led the
Glades Central Raiders to their
first victory of the season Thurs-
day, 23-7, over Okeechobee High
School.
Raiders Coach Sheldon
Washington knows something
about winning. He played foot-
ball with the likes of Johnny Rut-
ledge, Riedel Anthony and Fred
Taylor during his playing days at
Glades Central.
Washington repeatedly took
risks, going for it on fourth
down, and then relying on his
defense to keep Okeechobee off
the scoreboard.
Everett said that shows their
coach has a lot of confidence in
. his team, "It was a great game, a
great win. It was our first win. I
can catch real well. I'm an awe-
some athlete."


Bille Joe Freeman scored the
only touchdown of the night for
Okeechobee in the third quarter
on a short run. The touchdown
was set up by a 45 yard pass
from QB Amelia Moros to Tay-
lor Woods. Freeman ran in the
extra point to account for all of
Okeechobee points.
Kylie Eckhardt had an ex-
cellent game on defense for
Okeechobee (1-2). She repeat-
edly put pressure on the Raiders
QB's and had three sacks on the
night. She almost had an early
interception due to her pass
rush. She added three tackles on
running plays.
"I feel we did well. We could
have done better. We have our
nights and our off nights, it hap-
pens," she noted. "The coach
was confident in me and told
me to rush the passer. It worked
out pretty good. A couple of oth-
er girls also got to rush and got
some good experience."


, It appeared Okeechobee
w6uld be off to the races against
Gla les Central in the early go-
ing. Freshman Macin Raulerson
ran up the sideline for 25 yards
and barely missed scoring a
touchdown on the opening play
of the game. However Moros
was intercepted one play later
to halt the drive and stop any
momentum the Lady Brahmans
could muster.
Glades Central drove to the
Brahman 35 but faced a fourth
down and long. That's when-
Everett got open in the second-
ary and out fought the defense
to catch a 35 yard touchdown
pass. That play set the tone for
the aggressive Raiders.
"I had to step up, play big,
and make a big play," Everett
noted afterward. She alternat-
ed between wide receiver and
quarterback and was equally
effective in both positions. She
noted she has played tackle foot-


ball with boys and isn't afraid of
contact.
A second interception by
Glades, Central set them up at
the Brahmans 19 later in the
quarter but the defense was
able to make a stand and pre-
vent a touchdown. However
any momentum from the defen-
sive stand was lost when the of-
fense mishandled a handoff and
it landed in the end zone for a
safety and a 9-0 Glades Central
lead.
QB Rodkeisha Joiner rushed
for two touchdowns in the sec-
ond half for Glades Central as
they built their lead to 16 points.
Lori Nicolas scored a late rush-
ing touchdown for the Raiders.
"There quarterbacks were
very elusive," Eckhardt noted,
"They had good arms. She read
me just like I read her. If she saw
me coming she tried to run, just
like anyone would."
Okeechobee's offense was


Okeechobee News/Charles Murphy
Macin Raulerson ran for 25 yards on this play against Glades
Central.


hurt by the turnover bug Thurs-
day as Moros threw four inter-
ceptions. They also mishandled
several handoffs.


The Lady Brahmans travel to
Royal Palm Beach on Tuesday
and Seminole Ridge on Thurs-
day.


Clewiston track program heads for stretch run


District meet is April
11 in Immokalee

By Naji Tobias
INI Florida
CLEWISTON The Tigers track
program is in full swing with a
young team aboard this year.
In Clewiston's athletic teams,
nobody, regardless of' talent level,
is above the team.
Get that, athletes?
For Phillip Summers, the boys'
first-year head coach, his philoso-
phy is simple. He would rather
work with a disciplined athlete
who is willing to learn than some-
one who is super-talented but can
compromise the chemistry of a
team's makeup.
"I don't put winning above
anything else," Coach Summers
said. "I want to help a kid get his
work ethic and discipline right.
I want our kids to respect their
teachers and coaches, along with
being model citizens."
With the losses of outgoing
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seniors John Melton, David Pope,
Terrence Thomas, Sim Putman
and others, it seems like a rebuild-
ing year for the program.
There may be only four se-
niors and 17 boys overall on this
year's team. But Coach Summers
believes that many of them are
headed in the right direction -with
their attitudes intact, of course.
"I want to see the kids grow,
mature and learn how to work
hard," Coach Summers said.
There are at least four athletes
that have the potential to repre-
sent the Tigers in the Class 2A re-
gional meet at Astronaut on April
17. Some of them might even have
a shot at making it to the Class 2A
state championship meet, to be
held on April 26 in Winter Park.
But first, they must have at least
an above-average performance at
the district meet, held on Friday,
April 11 in Immokalee.
Here's a look at this year's
standouts:
Senior Zach Waddell, who is
first- tear track riiner -iormarn ll
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plays baseball this time of year
but couldn't compete due to a
shoulder injury. However, it hasn't
stopped him from competing
in events such as the 100 meter
dash, along with the 4X100 and
4X400 relay races. His best 100
meter dash time so far is 11.39
seconds.
Senior DeAngelo Huston is
described as someone that team-
mates want to practice with. His
positive attitude may have attrib-
uted to his stellar performances in
the discus event this year, placing
second at the LaBelle track meet
with a throw of 121-10. Hope-
fully, DeAngelo will improve his
distance throws and represent the
Tigers at the state meet later this
month.
Sophomore Ricky Martinez,
considered the team's best all-
around athlete, might have the
best shot at making it to the state
championship meet. Ricky partici-
pates in the 400 meter race and is
on the 4X400 relay team. His best
400 meter race time so far is an


impressive 51 seconds, but Coach
Summers said that if Ricky could
get the time down to about 49
seconds, then he might qualify for
the state meet.
Over on the girls end, with
third-year coach Aaron Bach at
the helm, he has a very young
team on his hands as well.
The girls team consists of only
one senior and 17 overall. Not sur-
prisingly, their best athlete is that
one senior in Mary Hegley, who
has the capability of represent-
ing the girls at this month's state
meet.
Mary participates in the long
jump and in the 400 meter race.
But, particularly, with her best
long jump so far at 16-9, Mary has
a good chance of representing
Clewiston in that event.
There are two other girls that
could catch people by surprise
this month.
Junior Shaniqua Pass com-
petes in the 100 and 200 meter
races, while participating on the
4X100 and 4X400 relay teams.
Shaniqua's best 200 meter race
time so far was at 27.13 seconds,
but hopefully she could improve
her 200 meter time and qualify for
the Class 2A regional meet in As-
tronaut.
Sophomore Robnita Weekly
participates in the same events as


INI/Naji loDias
Respectable effort
On the boys end, Clewiston Tigers sophomore Lamarcus
Thicklin had a solid showing in the boys discus event, post-
ing a throw of 101-3 at the March 20 Clewiston Invitational.


her junior counterpart. Robnita
hopes to qualify for the regional
meet in the 100 meter dash, with
her best time so far posted at 12.85
seconds.
In addition, Coach Bach likes
the girls' chances of qualifying for
the regional meet in the 4X100 re-
lay race.
The girls coach keeps the sea-


son in perspective.
"Right now, they're getting
better and improving themselves
every meet," Coach Bach said.
"With all of them being young,
the future looks promising for our
track program."
Staff Writer Naji Tobias can be
reached at ntobias@newszap.
com.


INI/Naji Tobias

The champ is here
Clewiston Tigers junior Josie Boykins was impressive in her two events at the March 20
Clewiston Invitational, besting the field in the girls shotput and discus events, with throws
of 31-6 1/2 and 92-2, respectively. The other five teams at the track meet were Immokalee,
Bishop Verot, Lemon Bay, LaBelle and Estero.


Sports News in Brief
T-ball sign ups scheduled
Glades Youth Athletics will be holding sign-ups for T-ball, pitching machine, baseball and softball on each Sat-
urday, 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.

Black Gold Tennis tourney open to players
Join in for a morning of fun and competition at the Belle Glade Black Gold Tennis Tournament! Every player
or team will play at least two opponents using a compass format where competitors advance towards players of
comparable ability. Beginners of advanced, in shape or out of shape, everyone is welcome. No Entry Fee. Singles
are Saturday, April 5, Doubles are Saturday April 12. Call Ken Buchanan at (561) 996-6107 for details and to par-
ticipate.

Coast Guard makes house calls
LAKE OKEECHOBEE -- Did you know the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary 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
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My little pony
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MHHS.
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Golf anyone?
The students would like to thank all those who helped sup-
port them and those who chaperoned their recent trip.
Also, the AR committee recently held a fun raiser to raise
money to help pay for some of these trips. We had a great
success. The top winner was Steven Ashley. Steven won a
family fun pack to watch the Marlins game for his efforts.
We would like to give a huge thanks to Robbie Ahern for
his donation.


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Eggs are good source of protein and other nutrients


If you have any hard boiled
Easter Eggs left in the refrigerator,
it's time to throw them out.
According to the USDA, after a
week, cooked eggs are no longer
safe to eat, even if they have been
refrigerated. (Hard boiled eggs
that have not been refrigerated
are no longer safe to eat after two
hours.)
Raw eggs can be stored in the
refrigerator a lot longer. Accord-
ing to the USDA, eggs may be
kept for up to five weeks in the
refrigerator.
Hard boiling an egg reduces
its "self life" because cooking the


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egg changes the shell, removing
some of the egg's natural protec-
tive cover. This allows bacteria to
get through the egg shell and con-
taminate the egg. (This is why it is
not a good idea to use real eggs
for Easter Egg hunts in warm cli-
mates.)
Eggs are an inexpensive and
low-calorie source of protein. A
i r* medium egg only has about 70
ter calories, with 6 grams of protein.
Eggs contain potassium, vitamin
A, calcium, iron, Vitamin B-12,
~hotos Riboflavin, phosphorus and zinc.
ail to They are a "brain food" -- source
om of omega-3 fatty acids, which are


important for good brain func-
tion.
Years ago, eggs were unfairly
blamed for high cholesterol. Re-
searchers later found that choles-
terol is affected by many lifestyle
factors. Diet alone does not de-
termine cholesterol levels. For ex-
ample, smoking increases "bad"
cholesterol levels; regular exer-
cise decreases cholesterol levels.
Even heart patients are now al-
lowed to include eggs in their diet
a few times a week.
Some tips from the American
Egg Board:
Use only properly refriger-


ated, clean, sound shelled, fresh,
grade AA or A eggs.
Buy eggs from refrigerated
cases. Always refrigerate eggs at
home.
Store eggs in the carton on
a shelf (not in the door) in the re-
frigerator to ensure freshness.
Egg shell and yolk color
may vary, but color has nothing to
do with egg quality, flavor, nutri-
tive value, cooking characteristics
or shell thickness.
Poach eggs instead of fry-
ing to cut back on fat, or use non-
stick pans or non-stick vegetable
pan spray to reduce fat when pre-


paring eggs.
Prepare and serve eggs with
low-fat foods such as vegetables,
fruits, whole grain breads, and
low fat or skim-milk cheeses.
Serve egg dishes promptly
or keep them refrigerated.
Before making any change to
your diet or exercise program,
consult your doctor. This is espe-
cially important if you are on any
prescription drugs. Some drugs
interact badly with foods that
would otherwise be considered
"healthy."


Antibiotic resistance is a serious threat


By Rebekah Bernard,
M.D.
"I started getting a scratchy
throat this morning," a patient
told me this morning. "Last time
this happened my doctor gave me
an antibiotic that knocked it right
out." Later on that day, another
patient told me, "I've been taking
my mother's leftover penicillin
for a sinus infection." Still another
patient told me that she was tak-
ing an antibiotic from Mexico that
she got at a local store. Although
they don't realize it, these three
patients are contributing to a very
serious crisis in medicine: the de-
velopment of super-strong bacte-
ria that are resistant to available
antibiotics.
Antibiotics were introduced
during the 1940's, and have
helped to save the lives of many
people with serious bacterial in-
fections. Unfortunately, many
bacteria have learned to mutate
or change in order to prevent be-
ing destroyed by antibiotics. This
mutation is known as "antibiotic
resistance." If we do not stop
this problem, our society faces
a future of increased illness and
death from these powerful mu-
tated bacteria.
To prevent antibiotic resis-
tance, follow these recommenda-
tions:
1. Antibiotics should only be


prescribed by a trained health
care professional. Doctors spend
many years in school to learn
when antibiotics are necessary,
and what antibiotic is most useful
for a specific infection. It is a very
bad idea to get antibiotics from a
friend, relative, or local store. In
the United States, it is illegal to
sell antibiotics without a prescrip-
tion. However, in other countries
like Mexico, many medicines
are available over-the-counter.
Sometimes these medicines are
brought into the United States and
sold at small shops. Not only can
this contribute to antibiotic resis-
tance, but it could be dangerous
to your health, as many antibiot-
ics have serious side effects.
2. Antibiotics should only be
prescribed for definite bacte-
rial infections. Antibiotics do not
help viral infections, such as the
common cold or the flu. These
illnesses will generally get better
by themselves within a few days
to a week. Your doctor may rec-
ommend medicines to treat the
symptoms of these viruses, such
as pain relievers, cough syrups,
and decongestants, although
over-the-counter and prescrip-
tion cold medicines are no longer
recommended for children due to
the risk of adverse reactions. The
best treatment for viral infections
is plenty of rest, fluids, and avoid-


ance of cigarette smoke.
3. If antibiotics are prescribed,
take every pill until the bottle
is empty. It is difficult for many
people to finish their dose of an-
tibiotics, because they usually feel
better before the antibiotics are
completed. However, not finish-
ing the medicine can allow any
remaining bacteria to become
stronger and develop resistance
in the future. In some cases, not
completing a course of antibiotics
can lead to serious personal health
consequences. For example, anti-
biotics are given to people with
strep throat to prevent a heart
condition called rheumatic heart
disease. Not finishing the course
of antibiotics may increase the
chance of developing this danger-
ous condition.
4. Try not to pressure your
doctor into prescribing antibiot-
ics. Doctors are human too, and
although we try to do our best
to provide evidence-based care
for our patients, we sometimes
feel pressure to give unnecessary
treatments. It can be hard for doc-
tors to face the disappointment of
their patients, who generally ex-
pect to leave the office with some
kind of prescription, and may
become upset when no medica-
tions are advised. The truth is that
for many viral infections the best
treatment is simply time to let your


body's immune system clear the
illness. Of course, in some cases,
what seems to be a simple viral
infection may deteriorate into a
more serious bacterial infection.
Because of this risk, your doctor
will explain to you the warning
signs of severe infection, and may
ask you to return in a few days or
sooner if you are worsening for a,
recheck. We don't do this to try to
get more money from you, or to
inconvenience you, but because
this technique has been found
to be the best way of avoiding
unnecessary antibiotics without
compromising patient care and
safety.
5. Prevent infections before
they start. One of the best ways
to prevent infection is by frequent
hand washing or the use of hand
sanitizers. Cover your mouth
when you cough or sneeze, and
avoid work or school when you
are very ill to prevent spreading
infection. Vaccines are very use-
ful in preventing infections such
as pneumonia and the flu. Also,
don't smoke, as smokers are
much more prone to developing
viral and bacterial infections.
Doctors and patients can help
prevent antibiotic resistance by
working together against this very
serious problem. Talk to your
health care provider if you have
questions about antibiotics.


Health News in Brief


County holds 'tobacco
free' program
Hendry County will hold a
' "quit smoking now" program to
kick off the Tobacco-free Florida
campaign. The program will take
place on April 8, from 5:15 until
6:45 p.m. at the Hendry County
Health Dept. The program is free
and to register, just call Valarie at
863-674-4056 ext 128.

Free services
to 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 941-766-8333 in
Charlotte County to find out the
days that they will be available in
those areas.

Diabetes education
classes offered
Free Diabetes Education
classes will be offered at Hendry
Regional Convenient Care Center
on Main Street from 6 until 8 p.m.
on Wednesday and Thursday,
April 9 and 10.
The classes will teach diabet-


ics how to live a healthy life with
diabetes. The classes are free but
please register in advance by call-
ing Toni at 863-983-1123.

Addiction
recovery help
Narconon reminds parents
that during the summer months,
children are more apt to let bore-
dom set in and drugs and alcohol
can work into their lives. To help
your child this summer, learn to
recognize the signs of drug and
alcohol addiction and get the
help they need.
If you or someone you know
is struggling with an addiction,


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Thursday, April 3, 2008 Serving the communities south of Lake Okeechobee


Arrest Report___________________________


This column lists ar-
rests, not convictions,
unless otherwise
stated. Anyone who is
listed here and who is
later found not guilty,
or has the charges
against them dropped,
is welcome to inform
the newspaper. We will
confirm the informa-
tion and print it.

Western Palm Beach.
County

Belle Glade
*Shaqoya L Butler, 22, of Belle
Glade was arrested on March
26, by PBSO and charged with
violation of probation and
aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon. She was released under
supervision.
*Edtavion Wilcox, 16, of Belle
Glade was arrested on March 26,
by PBSO and charged with car-
rying a concealed weapon. He
was released on a surety bond of
$3,000.
*Keethia Touloute, 21, of Belle
Glade was arrested on March 27,
by PBSO and charged with bat-
tery. She was released under, her
own recognizance.
*Jeremaih D Jenkins, 25, of
Belle Glade, was arrested on
March 27, by PBSO and charged
with battery and resisting arrest.
He was released on a surety bond
of $1,000.
*Marquel Brown, 32, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 27,
by PBSO and charged on a repeat-
ed offense of driving with a sus-
pended license. He is being held
on a surety bond of $3,000.
Sherry Buxton, 34, of Belle
Glade was arrested on March 27,.
by PBSO and charged with child
abuse. She was released on a
surety bond for $3,000.
*Arthur L Monroe, 21, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on, March 27,
by PBSO and charged with bat-
tery. He was released under his
own recognizance.
*Arturo Ruiz, 45, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 28,
by PBSO and charged with child
abuse without great harm. He


was released under his own re-
cognizance.
*linda Milton, 48, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 28,
1by PBSO and charged with fail-
ure to appear for felony offense;
violation of probation I .count
criminal mischief; 2 counts insur-
ance fraud. He was arrested on an
outstanding bench warrant and is
being held without bond.
*Francisco Cruz, 21, of Belle
Glade was arrested on March 28,
by PBSO and charged with operat-
ing a motor vehicle without a valid
drivers license. He was released
under his own recognizance.
'Jermaine Williams, 23, of
Belle Glade was arrested on
March 28, by PBSO and charged
with resisting arrest; possession of
cocaine 10 rocks, with intent to
sell. He was released on a surety
bond of $5,000.
*Alejandro Cervantes, 34,
of Belle Glade, was arrested on
March 28, by PBSO and charged
with violation of probation; driv-
ing under the influence. He was
released under his own recogni-
zance.
*Freddie Butler, 54, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 28,
and charged with dealing in stolen
property; possession of cocaine
with intent to sell. He is being held
with a $5,000 bond.
Loria A Hines, 46, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 28
and was charged with shop lift-
ing on second or more offense.
She was released under her own
recognizance.
Robert L Taylor, 56, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 28
and was charged with shop lifting.
on a 2nd or more offense. He was
released under his own recogni-
zance.
*Brad J Bryant, 23, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 28
and was charged with battery. He
was released under supervision.
Shanquavia Harrell, 21, of
Belle Glade was arrested on March
28 and was charged with violation
of probation. She was released
with a surety bond of $1,000.
*Brandon L Ashley, 21, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 28
and was charged with petit shop-
lifting on a second or more of-
fense. He was released under his
own recognizance. ,


*Talmeria Johnson, 33, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 29
and was charged with failure to
appear for misdemeanor offense;
possession of marijuana- under
20 grams. She was released under
her own recognizance.
*Noe S Ordonez, 37, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 29
and charged with failure to appear
for misdemeanor offense for pre-
vious charges of driving with no
drivers license. He was released
on a cash bond of $250.
Glover L Williams, 20, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March
29 and charged with robbery
without a firearm or weapon. He
was released on a surety bond of
$3,000.
-Alonzo Hill, 37,. of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March
29 and charged with possession
of cocaine with intent to sell. He
was released on a surety bond of
$5,000.
*Bianca L Mottley, 18, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 29
and charged with failure to ap-
pear for misdemeanor offense for
driving without a drivers license.
She was released on a cash bond
of $200.
*Mitchell St Lot, 20, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 30
and charged with aggravated bat-
tery. He was released on a surety
bond of $3,000 and under super-
vision.
*Saria L Scott, 20, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on' March 30
and charged with criminal misch-
eif; damaging property of $1,000
or more. She was released on a
surety bond of $1,000 and under
supervision.
*Bruce E Henderson, 43, of
Belle Glade, was arrested on
March .30 and charged with op-
erating a vehicle with suspended
drivers license; theft. No bond has
been set.
*Lennard Cobb, 18, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 30
and charged with battery on per-
son 65 years of age or older; pos-
session of marijuana- not more
than 20 grams; resisting arrest. He
was released on a surety bond of
$1,000 and under supervision.
*Cornelius Royal, 32, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 31
and charged with battery; child
abuse. He was released on a sure-
ty bond of $3,000.
*Jeromie King, 24, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 31
and charged with failure to ap-
pear with a written promise to
appear; operating a vehicle while
drivers license suspended. He
was released on a surety bong of


$1,000.
*Eardis L Nixon, 37, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on March 31
and charged with animal cruelty.
He was released on a surety bond
of 3,000.
SJermiah D Kitchen, 23, of
Belle Glade, was arrested on April
I and charged with burglery; ag-
gravated battery; property dam-
age of $200 or less aggravated
stalking. He is being held without
bond.
South Bay
*Alarcie Pearson, 33, of South
Bay, was arrested on March 26, by
PBSO and charged with carrying
a concealed weapon; driving
with a suspended license. He
was released on a surety bond of
$3,000.
*Nakita Fuller,. 32, of South
Bay, was arrested on March 27 by
PBSO and charged with violation
of probation and one count child
neglect. She was release under su-
pervision.
*Pervis Rascoe, 26, of South
Bay, was arrested on March 28. by
PBSO and charged with posses-
sion of cocaine. Bond was set at
$3,000.
*Eula Belle Smith, 48, of South
Bay, was arrested bn March 28 by
PBSO and charged with failure to
appear for felony offense. She was
released on March 31.
'Kelvin Rondell Clark, 32, of
South Bay, was arrested on March
31, by PBSO and charged with
battery. He was released under
supervision.
*Patrick Vickers, 26, of South
Bay, was arrested on March 31 by
PBSO and charged with violation
of probation, robbery with a fire-
arm, and aggravated assault with
a firearm. He is being held with
no bond.
Pahokee
*Alonzo Baker, 28, of Pahokee,
was arrested March 26 and
charged with violation of
probation. He is held at the Main
Detention Center.
*Juan Martinez, 31, of Paho-
kee, was arrested March 26 and
charged with burglary of a dwell-
ing, loitering and violating con-
ditional release. He is held at the
Belle Glade Intake.
*Herschel Clyde Reagan, 57,
of Pahokee, was arrested March
26 and charged with assault on
a person 65 years of age or older.
He was released on supervised
o\\'ll recognizance .
*Derrick E. Lewis, 37, of Pa-


hokee, was arrested March 27
and charged with possession of a
weapon by a convicted felon. He
was released on a surety bond of
$1,000.
*Robert Ruiz, 21, of Paho-
kee, was arrested March 27 and
charged with driving while license
is suspended. He was released to
his own recognizance.
*Kenneth A. Murph, 41, of Pa-
hokee, was arrested March 27 and
charged with giving false identifi-
cation to a law enforcement offi-
cer, impersonating another, driv-
ing while license suspended and
failing to register a motor vehicle.
He was released on a surety bond
of $3,000.
*James Arnold Hunter, 28, of


Pahokee, was arrested March 27
and charged with probation vio-
lation: simple battery. He was re-
leased to his own recognizance.
*Siobhan M. McDowell, 27, of
Pahokee, was arrested March 27
and charged with domestic bat-
tery. He was released to his own
recognizance.
*William Brown, 51, of Paho-
kee, was arrested March 27 and
charged with petit larceny. He
was released to his own recogni-
zance.
Roncedric J. Woods, 23, of Pa-
hokee, was arrested March 28 and
charged with driving while license
suspended. He was released to his
own recognizance.


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Skull
Continued From Page 1
soil depth, bone staining, ances-
try and disease markers, officials
list the death as greater than 75
years.
For more information on the
unmarked burial law, current ar-
chaeology projects, and bureau
contacts, go to www.flheritage.
cornm.
Staff writer Nena Bolan can be
reached at nenabolan@yahoo.com


Briefs
Continued From Page 1


mous meets
Narcotics Anonymous meets
Monday at 7 p.m. for open discus-
sion meeting at Buck Head Ridge
Christian Church, 3 Linda Road,
Buckhead Ridge. For more infor-
mation please call 863-634-4780.

Democrats to meet
The 2008 election is just around
the corner. All Glades County reg-
istered Democrats are encouraged
to attend. The Glades DEC meets
every month on second Tuesday
at the library at 5:30 p.m. For more
information contact Ellen Hawk
Geake at 863-983-2962 or 863-946-
1963.


T-ball
Youngsters and adults gather for a t-ball game in Moore Haven, March 26.


Extension
Continued From Page 1
There are subject guidelines
and laws designed by state 4H
and University of Florida officials.
The main ingredient for the club
will be adult volunteers. Courtney
Davis is ready to help, and encour-
age new leaders. She believes


there is room for dozens of clubs
in Glades County communities.
Courtney Davis spent her
childhood on a family ranch; and
has. been a communication spe-
cialist, and ESE teacher. Her travel
and speaking experience as 2004
Miss Florida Watermelon Queen
enhanced her people skills. Her
love of the rural lifestyle is evident
when she claims that she won a
watermelon seed-spitting contest


at a state convention. She spit that
seed 32 feet for a first place win.
The Glades County extension
office is located by the Doyle Con-
ner Building on U.S. 27 in Moore
Haven. Call Ms. Davis at 863-946-
0244 for more information. To
learn more about 4H clubs, go to
www.florida4h.org.
Staff writer Nena Bolan can be
reached at nenabolan@yahoo.com


D. Hamilton/INI
Early spring morning calm brings "The Crane Family" out
for a walk.



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Alzheimer's support
group meets
The Alzheimer's support group
will meet regularly on the first and
third Tuesday of each month.
For more information, please
call Palm Terrace of Clewiston at
863-983-5123.

We want your news!
The Glades County Democrat
welcomes news from the commu-
nity. Post your news events, pho-
tos and opinions online at www.
newszap.com. To contact us, email
to gcdnews@newszap.com or call
toll free 866-399-5253. For more in-
formation, see the At Your Service
Box on page 4..


From the Glades County Sheriff


Sheriff Whiddon proudly an-
nounces the new Glades County
Juvenile Curfew Ordinance. This
ordinance was adopted by the
Glades County Board of County
Commissioners in November
2007 and adopted by the Moore
Haven City Council in March
2008. Due to an increase in juve-
nile crimes with the Glades Coun-
ty, Sheriff Whiddon porposed the
ordinance. Starting April 1, the
Sheriff's Office will start enforcing
the ordinance.
The ordinance mandates that
juveniles under the age of 16 will


not be allowed in a public place or
establishment from 11 p.m. until
5 a.m., Sunday through Thursday
and 12:01 a.m. to 6 a.m., Saturday,
Sunday and any legal holiday. The
ordinance also governs juveniles
that have been suspended or ex-
pelled from school, which man-
dates that the juvenile can not be
in a public place or within 1,000
fett from any school from 9 a.m.
until 2 p.m.
The penalties for a curfew vio-
lation will be a written warning for
first offense and a $50 fine for any
offense after the written warning


is given. There are several excep-
tions to the ordinance as to allow
the juvenile access during the cur-
few times. They vary from being
with your parents or guardians
or returning home from a school
sponsored event. The parent or
guardian of a juvenile has a legal
duty and responsibility to ensure
that the juvenile does not violate
the curfew ordinance.
This is one step in the right
direction where parents and law
enforcement will make a differ-
ence in fighting crime.


The Last Cowboys of Florida Spring babies:
Sanhill cranes


By Barbara Oehlbeck
Special to Glade County
Democrat
With the overwhelming loss of.
grazing lands for both cattle and
cowboys this new (DVD) movie
is just in time to bring this loss to
the attention of the public, and to
hopefully spark an interest in call-
ing a halt or at least a slow down
to the destruction Florida is now
undergoing.
According to the film, of
Florida's 67 counties, there are
no exceptions (not even Glades
County) to the encroachment of
development that is fast turning
ranches and farms into asphalt
jungles and highways and more
are in the planning stages even in
the face of the current down-turn
in the economy.
The old saying "seeing is be-
lieving" applies to the production
of Victor Milt's latest and most
ambitious film "CRACKER, The
Last Cowboys of Florida," which
has just been selected by the Palm
Beach International Film Festival
to be featured at the official world
premiere in Mizner Park, Boca Ra-
ton on April 14 at 3 p.m.
By film, CRACKER takes you
to remaining ranches over the
sunshine state, powerfully .dem-
onstrating the role cowboys have


played in Florida for over 250
years, including Glades County
and adjoining counties. The film
vividly examines the intimate life
of the Florida cowboy, on the
range, at play in rodeos and in
dozens of private and revealing
interviews with some of Florida's
oldest and youngest who call
Florida home.
Dealing with the little known
history of cattle ranching in Flori-
da, (the second largest cattle state
in the U.S.A., of which Glades
County figures prominently) from
the first introduction of cattle to
the Americas by Ponce de Leon
to present day ranching, the film
shows how cattle land has already
painfully diminished and contin-
ues to do so. As the cowboys and
ranchers grapple with the loss, of
their gazing lands to encroach-
ing development, solutions are
sought far and wide in this com-
pelling DVD documentary.
Victor Milt's award-winning
film is dramatically shot and
hauntingly beautiful, document-
ing the work, the play, the fami-
lies, and the very beliefs in the
good earth of the cowboys of
Florida. Filled with first person in-
terviews it may prove to be a eu-
logy for a way of life that is rapidly
disappearing.
Victor Milt, director and cre-


ator is the recipient
ous national awards i
including: The Flori
Award of the Indeper
Festival, Palm Beach In
Film Festival Finalist (
Film Festival Silver Awa
Blue Cross Film Festiva
Directors Choice.
This extraordinary
feature movie was pr
George Pratt, Gordan I
of Arcadia and Martin I
two year period. Direc
tor Milt, the movie was
Adam Milt, Douglas M
Slavers with startling
white photography by
Kraft as well as a prep
of stunning full color
people and places in F
few have seen.
Barbara Oehlbeck is
non-fiction books, arti
says who lives and writ,
County. She can be reat
675-2771 ordoco@strato
can visit her website at


of numer- Protected cranes common
n the field sight locally
da Choice Sandhill cranes, often seen
dent Film in the Okeechobee area, are a
threatened species, protected by
ternational state and federal laws. There are
Ole Muddy two species of sandhill cranes
ard and the found in the Sunshine state.
Florida sandhill cranes, num-
l's being 4,000 to 5,000, are non-
migratory Florida residents. They
full length are joined every winter by 25,000
migratory greater sandhill cranes
oduced by from the Great Lakes region. San-
Mac Martin dhill cranes occur in pastures,
Ross over a prairies and freshwater wetlands
ted by Vic- in peninsular Florida from the
Everglades to the Okefenokee
s filmed by Swamp. The two subspecies
lilt and CO found in Florida are indistinguish-
black and able from each other; both have
gray plumage and an unfeathered
Michael J. carmine red crown. Adults stand
onderance about four feet tall.
images of Cranes can live to be over 30
lorida that years old. They form pair bonds
loda that that may endure for many years.
Nests are usually built over stand-
a author of ing water. Within 24 hours of
icles and es- hatching, the young are capable
es in Glades of following their parents away
from the nest. Together, they
ched at 863- forage for seeds and roots, crop
.net. Or you plants such as corn and peanuts,
barbaraoe- insects, snakes, frogs and occa-
hibeck.com sionally small mammals.


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