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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: September 17, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00028301
Volume ID: VID00311
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1461505
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Vol. 83 No. 5 Thursda


Glades at a
Glance
Friends of GC Public
Library
Friends of Glades County Pub
lic Library will have an interesting
meeting planned on Monday, Sept.
21 at the Library meeting room.
This will be a get acquainted type
meeting and light refreshments
will be served. All members of the
Friends are encourage to attend
and share ideas for this coming
year. Anyone who is not a mem-
ber is welcome to come and find
out what this organization is about.
We are planning for five meetings
and several other activities will take
place at this time.
Special needs shelter
Glades County Emergency
Management would like to remind
persons who have special needs
and will be requiring shelter dur-
ing an emergency, to contact the
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tion, or you can apply in person at
See Briefs Page 24
Lake Level

14.50 feet
above sea level
Index
Classifieds 16
Public Forum ....... ...... ........ .3
Sports 2
Obits 6


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Groups oppose


training center
Training center may from South FloridaWater Manage
ment District was sent to Florida
impact Glades Department of Community Affairs
County tourism, (DCA) and referred to a Highlands
County zoning amendment.
water and wildlife According to SFWMD, approxi-
mately 50 percent of the proposed
By Nena Bolan project area is located within the
Glades County Democrat Fisheating Creek sub-watershed
which contains portions of Gan-
net Slough and John Henry
GLADES COUNTY People Slough. Both are major drainage
from all walks of life attended a basins that flow into Fisheating
Save Our Creeks meeting, Sept. Creek, which has been identified
12, at the Fisheating Creek Camp- as one of the three watersheds
ground in Glades County. that contribute disproportionately
Home owners, ranchers, vet- high phosphorus loads to Lake
erans and environmentalists from Okeechobee. The zoning amend-
Glades and Highlands Counties ment could allow up to 24 million
were present to learn more about square feet of development that
the proposed Eagle National Se- could create a demand for 4 mil-
curity Training Center (ENSTC). lion gallons of water per day.
Although located in Highlands In a letter dated Feb. 10, the
County south of Venus, the 7,000- Florida Department of Environ-
plus acre site borders northwest
Glades County. On Feb. 16, a letter See Center Page 24


County




CRA


50 Plus tax


Save Our Creeks. org met Sept. 12 to discuss the proposal for
building a national security training camp in southwest High-
lands County in the Fisheating Creek Watershed. The organiza-
tion opposes the 7,000-8,000 acre that may have an 6,000 foot
airstrip.


There was no hurricane warning in 1926
Inland frontier lives The storm originated off the coast No one there knew the true Moore Haven and Lakeport. The
of Africa, giving it the far length of magnitude of the hurricane, and muck dike broke in various places
were swept away on the Atlantic Ocean to gain its full the barometer plunged. A hurri- from Sand Point to Moore Haven.
Sept. 18 tropic potential, cane warning was finally posted at According to the Glades County
The first bleak reports came 11 p.m. The eye of the hurricane Florida History book, residents
from ships far out at sea on Sept. passed over Miami at dawn, Sept. had no warning. The dike broke
By NenaBolan 11. By the 15th it had slipped north 18, and by 7a.m., a 10-foot storm and 10 feet of water rushed into
Glades County Democrat of Puerto Rico, out of range of Ca- surge spread to the heart of the Moore Haven. Buildings were
ribbean spotters. There were no city. ripped from foundation blocks,
MOORE HAVEN/LAKEPORT hurricane hunter planes at that Then the hurricane swept in- and the wind carried stores and
The 1926 hurricane and flood that time, nor weather satellites. Miami land toward LakeOkeechobee, the homes away on the waves.
brought destruction and death weather bureaus knew it was out second largest freshwater lake in The ooding also reached
to east Glades County is better there somewhere, but where? By the United States. The 160 m.p.h Lakeport.c Later, swm uto e
were forced to swim out tothe


known to meteorologists as the
Great Miami Hurricane of 1926.


midday, Sept. 17, storm warnings
were activated in Miami.


winds blew water to the south
west shore and frontier towns of


See Warning Page 24


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Weekend boating


tragedies a harsh


reminder about safety


September 17, 2009


The deaths of six people in three separate
boating-related accidents in Florida during
the Labor Dayweekend are a stark reminder
that the need to practice safe boating is as
critical as ever.
Three people died Friday night when two
vessels collided near Brooks Bridge at Fort
Walton Beach.
Two of the victims were from Alabama,
the other from Texas.
On Saturday, three others died, including
a father and son from Tequesta who were
bass fishing in Lake Okeechobee.
Later in the day, an Alabama man died
after the family fishing boat capsized in the
Gulf of Mexico off Indian Pass in Gulf Coun-
ty.
"It's quite likely that not one of those who
died this past weekend ever thought some
thing like that would happen to them," said
Capt. Richard Moore of the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commission's (FWC)
Division of Law Enforcement.
"Too many people who enjoy boating in
Florida think the same thing."
Although the causes vary, many of Flor-
ida's boating accidents involve a collision
with another vessel or object, such as a
bridge piling, navigation buoy or even the
shoreline.
The FWC's boating safety staff say boat
operators must maintain 360-degree situ-
ational awareness to avoid dangerous and
potentially deadly situations.
Passengers can help by alerting the op
erator to anything that might be in the path
of their boat.
If there is one thing boaters can do to
make themselves more safe, it's wearing a
life jacket.
An estimated 60 percent of all people
who die in boating accidents would have
survived if they wore a life jacket.
No one on any of the boats involved in
the three incidents over the weekend wore
a life jacket.
A variety of life jackets are available to
boaters, including newer styles of inflatable
models that are much smaller, lighter and
more comfortable to wear than traditional
vest life jackets.
One new style, the belt pack, goes around
the waist.
A suspender style also is available.
Some of these models activate automati-
cally if the wearer falls into the water. Under
the laws of most states, the inflatable mod-


els must be worn to count as a life jacket.
In other words, just having them in the
boat is not enough.
"There isn't a better place to enjoy boat-
ing than here in Florida, and we get to enjoy
the water year round," Moore said.
"But, something that much fun can
quickly turn to tragedy if we let our guard
down."
During Florida's Labor Day holiday week-
end in 2008, no lives were lost in boating ac-
cidents.
So far in 2009, Florida has lost 52 people
in boating accidents, and probably all of
those could have been prevented, Moore
said.


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A ngela Lynn Cabrera and Sean Conley A reception was held upon returning at
Campbell were married August 8, 2009, The Elks Lodge in Belle Glade on August
n St. John's, Antigua in the Leeward 29th, where numerous amounts of friends
Islands. Aniah Thomas performed the double- and family attended.
ring ceremony on the beach at Sunset. The Groom is a graduate of the Miami
The bride is the daughter of Norman Dade College, where he received an
Martin and Gladys Sallette of Okeechobee, Associate of Science Degree in Funeral
Florida. The groom is the son of Conley and Sevices. He is employed at Glades Funeral
June Campbell of Belle Glade, Florida. Chapel in Belle Glade. The Bride is a gradu-
In attendance were Zachary and Amber ate of Lely High School in Naples, Florida.
Conlin, Mike and Missy Diogostine and Mr. She has been Office Manager at BGI
and Mrs. David Lampel. Broadcasting for the past 14 years.
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G.C. Woman's Club members enjoy 'new digs'
By Anne Coffey the Membership Tea chaired by Pat Ring- Monthly meetings are held on the second
If you had attended the first meeting staff, where members dress "to the nines" Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.
of the Glades County Women's Club you and wear wonderful hats. Due are reason- The next meeting will be Oct. 8. Please
would have had a difficult time thinking able, meetings are fun and usually include call Anne Coffey, president, at 863-946-0520
about a recession or depression. Members
and guests packed the house, the historic light refreshments, or Bobbi Brown at 863-946-3356.
Westergaard House, that is in Moore Haven,
exuding enthusiasm and energy for the 2009
- 2010 season.
These new digs were provided by the
Glades County Historical Society at no
charge. All seemed surprised at the size and
design of the six-room restored Bungalow-
style house, that not only are comfortable
but provide a kitchen, two meeting rooms,
a fireplace and the beginnings of a small
museum.
Top priority on their crowded agenda is
always fundraising that will provide annual
scholarships for two Moore Haven High
School seniors each May.
Plans for their annual fun and trendy style
show in February started the brainstorming
session, followed by events such as a bar-
becue for school children, activities to help
with Christmas on the Caloosahatchee,
Chalo Nitka participation, and a community
yard sale. Goals are not just financial but are
ways to keep our community connected.
All Glades County women are invited to
join this vital organization that started over
80 years ago. Please contact any member INI/Nena Bolan
for further information. The Glades County Women's Club met Sept. 10 in Moore Haven at the historic
Do this quickly so you can participate in Peter Westergaard House. They are organizing for the winter festival season
and will raise funds for college scholarships.


Clubs and organizations


Glades County Historical
Society
The Glades County Historical Society will
have their first meeting of the 2009-2010
season on Friday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. in the
historic Pieter Westergaard House. Thanks
to members efforts, dues, donations and
Florida State Dept. of Preservation grants,
the club has nearly completed thee first res
toration of one of the county's 41 historic
buildings. Please join us as we plan the sec-
ond annual Christmas Open House. Refresh-
ments served. For further information please
call 863-946-0520 or 863-946-2060.


Moore Haven Lions Club
Moore Haven Lions Club will have a
membership and fundraiser dinner on Fri-
day, Oct. 2 at the Doyle Cornner Building
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Plates offered will be baby back ribs or
chicken, baked beans, potato salad, cold
slaw, bread, bun's soda and a slice of cake.
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Local Weather

Weather Forecast for Glades County
from the National Weather Service.
Moore Haven and
surrounding areas:
Thursday: A 40 percent
chance of showers and thun-
derstorms after 10am. Mostly
cloudy, with a high near 92.
Calm wind becoming east
between 4 and 7 mph.
Thursday Night: A 30
percent chance of showers
and thunderstorms before
midnight. Mostlycloudy, with Ifn
a low around 75. East wind .-, .
and 5 mph.

Extended Forecast:
Friday: A 50 percent
chance of showers and thun-
derstorms. Mostly cloudy, *
with a high near 89. South-
east wind around 8 mph.
Friday Night: A 30 per- /
cent chance of showers
and thunderstorms. Mostly
cloudy, with a low around ..
75. Southeast wind around 8 mph.
Saturday: A 40 percent chance of
showers and thunderstorms.
Partly cloudy, with a high
near 89. Southeast wind be-
tween 6 and 9 mph.
Saturday Night: A 30
percent chance of showers
and thunderstorms. Partly
cloudy, with a low around
75.
Sunday: A 40 percent
chance of showers and thun- _
derstorms. Partly cloudy, _
with a high near 89.
Sunday Night: A 30 per-
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thunderstorms. Partly cloudy,
with a low around 75.
Monday: A 40 percent
chance of showers and thun-
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King's Academy Lions out roar Clewiston Tigers


By Jeff Barwick
Again, Clewiston could not advance the
ball on the ground and. junior quarterback
Andres Rios was forced into constant pass-
ing situations.
With the wet grounds and a blitzing Li-
ons defense, the passing results were no bet
ter than the rushing effort. The Lions took a
punt near midfield and needed only 5 plays
to score with Miller hitting Williams on a 35
yard pass to score with 2:12 remaining in the
half.
Clewiston took the following kickoff and
went back to the passing game and Rios got
intercepted by cornerback Gage Batten at
the Lions 41 yard line. King's drove to the
Tiger 12 in 3 quick plays but had to go to
Ortiz on a 30 yard field goal try as time was
running out. The attempt barely missed and
Clewiston trailed by 16 points at the inter-
mission.
The third quarter saw a better defensive
performance by Clewiston as they held
the Lions scoreless. On offense, the Tigers
finally got a drive going and drove to the
King's Academy 11 before Rios was hit on
a passing attempt and dropped the ball. The
Lions quickly pounced on the loose pigskin
as the third period was drawing to a close.
Two plays later, the Tigers returned the favor
when defensive end Julio Ramos recovered
a Miller fumble on the Lions 19.
Despite a King's Academy off side penalty
to help, the Tigers could not move the ball
past the Lions 18 and turned the ball over on




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downs, and killed the Tigers only real scor-
ing opportunities of the evening.
In the final period, the Lions returned to
their ball and clock controlling offense and
engineered a 13-play, 82 yard drive with
Clewiston hosted Class 1A King's Academy
on Friday night and, at least for the Tigers,
all the fireworks happened before the game
began. The Class 1A Lions improved their
season record to 2-0 as they whipped the
Tigers by a 22-0 score in a game that had
a 90-minute start delay due to lightning that
followed a torrential rainstorm.
The Lions won the toss and took the
opening kickoff and proceeded with a 15-
play, 77 yard scoring drive that consumed
over 8 minutes from the first period. They
scored when quarterback Mike Miller hand-
ed the ball off to flanker Brian Grove on
an apparent reverse. But Grove pulled up,
turned and threw a strike to Miller who had
streaked into the corner of the end zone.
On the Tigers first snap, freshman tailback
Virthavious Robinson went off left tackle for
a quick 20 yard gain but that would be the
Tigers last large gain until their final drive of
the contest. The Lions quickly shut down the
opening Tiger drive and forced a punt. The
Clewiston defense stripped the ball from Li-
ons runner lan Williams and Tyree Wilson
recovered the ball at the Tiger 25, stifling a
Lions scoring drive.
But the Tigers went 3 and out without a
positive yardage play in the series and King's
Academy returned the punt to the Tiger 33.


After several close calls on giving up a score,
the Tiger defense forced the Lions into field
goal formation and kicker Andrew Ortiz
nailed a 36-yarder to advance the Lions lead
to 9-0.
Fullback Ryan Dowling scoring from 2
yard out with 1:12 remaining in the game.
Clewiston, with their record dropping
to 0-2, gave the hometown crowd little to
cheer about, other than their third period
drive, as they got beat both offensively and
defensively.
The offensive and defensive lines were
not effective and the Tigers were trying to
tackle with too many hands and not enough
shoulders. The results were not pretty as the
Lions running backs slipped through those
hands and just kept racking up more yards.
Tiger freshman tailback Virthavious Rob-
inson rushed for 72 yards on 10 attempts.
Andres Rios completed 2 of 8 passing
attempts with one interception as the Li
ons were constantly in his face most of the
game.
Senior cornerback Damion Smith led
the defense with 7 solo tackles and he also
turned in 73 yards on two punt returns. From
his linebacker position, Robinson chipped in
with 6 tackles, 2 assists and a quarterback
sack for a loss of 9 yards.
As the Tiger return specialist, Smith had
48 and 25-yard kick returns and a 21-yard
punt return. On the 48 yard effort, he had
only one Lion to beat for the score but got
caught from behind as he slowed to maneu-


ver around the defender.
Things get no easier for the Tigers this
week as they must head to Belle Glade to
take on the rival Glades Day Gators who are
undefeated and have been impressive, led
by freshman running back Kelvin Taylor.
The Tigers are still without the services
of starting center and linebacker Dillon Irey
who will likely miss at least this coming
game due to a severe leg injury and shoul-
der surgery. Defensive lineman Antonio Wil-
liams will hopefully be released from medi-
cal hold due to a knee injury and return for
this game.
King's Academy 6 10 0 6 22
Clewiston 0 0 0 0 0
Scoring Plays:
1Q: KA: Mike Miller, 13 yd pass from Bri-
an Grove (kick failed)
2Q: KA: Andrew Ortiz, 36 yd field goal
KA: lan Williams, 35 yd pass from Mike
Miller (kick Ortiz)
4Q: KA: Ryan Dowling, 2 yd run (kick
blocked)
Indiv Stats:
Rushing: Virthavious Robinson 10/72 yds;
Chris Herring 3/23 yds; Fred Washington 3/5
yds; Andres Rios 6/-25 yds; Chauncey Thick-
lin 2/-1 yds; Albert Dorelien % yds.
Passing: Andres Rios 8/2/1 17 yds.
Receiving: Damion Smith, 2/17 yds.


BUDGET SUMMARY
City of Clewiston Fiscal Year 2009-2010


Village per $1,000
General Fund 6.221

General CRA Grant General Fund Electric WaterfSewer Total
ESTIMATED REVENUES: Fund Fund Fund Construction Fund Fund Budget

Faxes: Millage per $1,000
Ad Valorem Taxes 6.221 1,528,938 1,528,938
ales and Use Taxes 1,489,708 349,917 1,839,625
licensess and Permits 383,920 383,920
ntergovemmental Revenue 2,294,574 250,000 191,874 2,736,448
:hargesfor Services 2,276,891 13,996,666 3,344,517 19,618,074
'ines & Forfeitures 115,920 38,000 153,920
miscellaneous Revenues 73,840 245,237 126,000 171,600 616,677
Non-Revenues 0 835 44,401 45,236
rOTAL REVENUES 8,163,791 495,237 192,709 0 14,554,984 3,516,117 26,922,838
deserves 204,410 164,236 300,000 668,646

rOTAL REVENUES and RESERVES 8,368,201 495,237 356,945 0 14,554,984 3,816,117 27,591,484

EXPENDITURES:

general Government 1,283,916 2,231,419 857,922 4,373,257
'ubic Safety 2,744,354 1,670 2,746,024
physicall Environment 1,105,168 495,237 0 12,323,565 2,958,195 16,882,165
Transportation 1,260,597 1,260,597
culture and Recreation 1,974,166 355,275 2,329,441


IOTAL EXPENDITURES 8,368,201 495,237 356,945 0 14,554,984 3,816,117 27,591,484

The tentative, adopted, and / or final budgets are on file in Ihe office of the above mentioned taxing authonty as a public record


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Moore Haven launches Pop Warner football program


By Naji Tobias
Glades County Democrat
MOORE HAVEN For the first time in 33
years, Glades County has a youth football
team.
Johnnie Brown, head coach of the Mighty
Terriers 75 lb. class, was just 8-years-old the
last time Moore Haven fielded a team like
this. If one would just come out to any of
Moore Haven's Pop Warner practices, you
would see all the excitement and buzz from
the young players, coaches, parents and fans
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"It's been a very long time since these
kids have been excited about football,"
Brown said. "When you think about it, ev
ery team around us, like Pahokee, Clewis
ton and Belle Glade, has a feeder program.
That's why they're so successful at what
they do."
For one thing, Brown has put the Moore
Haven Mighty Terriers football program in
perspective. Simply put, his vision is to give
Moore Haven's young boys an opportunity
that he and his coaching staff didn't have.
And that's having a stable youth football
program.
"Putting these young kids together has al-
lowed us to overcome a lot of obstacles this
city has had to face over the years," Brown
said. "We've been looking forward to this
for a long time and now it has come."
The Mighty Terriers have two youth
teams. The 75 lb.-and-under class, ranging
from 6 to 9 years old, fields 23 young players,
including Garrett Palladino, a cornerback
and fullback for the younger team.
The older group, meanwhile, features 22
players who are listed at 125 lbs. and under.
Those young boys range from 9- to 12-
years-old. To Brown and his coaching staff,
it's not all about wins at least for the pro-
gram's first year of existence.
It's about fundamentals, discipline and
the desire just to play the game of football,
something almost everyone in Glades Coun-
ty believes was lacking here for quite some
time.
First game
Saturday, Sep. 12 will be a day that no
one affiliated with the Mighty Terriers will
ever forget. At about 7 a.m., program sup-
porters, including cheerleaders, loaded up
two school buses en route to Fort Pierce for
their first Pop Warner game in many years.
About 200 people from Moore Haven
made the 90-minute trek northeast to Lawn-
wood Stadium, where the Mighty Terriers
would compete against the Ft. Pierce Buc-
caneers.
One of the biggest fans of this budding
program may be, perhaps, Stuart Whiddon,
the Glades County Sheriff.
His law enforcement office reportedly
paid for the expenses to travel to Ft. Pierce
over the weekend.
"The sheriff is definitely a kid's advocate,"
Brown said of Whiddon. "What the Glades
County Sheriff's Office has done for us is
monumental."
For most people, a bus ride to an away
game is just that. But for Moore Haven, this
was every different


"It felt like we were going to the state
championship game for the first time,"
Brown said of Moore Haven, who's high
school football team has never reached a
state title game in its history.
To the surprise of Ft. Pierce, perhaps,
Moore Haven's 75 lb. group posted a 21-0
shutout win last Saturday.
At 1-0, it feels like Moore Haven has just
won a state title. In actuality, it's a double
win in the fact a football team has been
formed and that Moore Haven now has a
promising future as far as athletics is con-
cerned.
John Cox scored two rushing touch
downs for the Mighty Terriers, while Jacob
Smith added another one to seal the victory.
Led by Garrett [Palladino], the Mighty Terri-
ers defense did not give up a first down.
In addition, Garrett snagged an intercep-
tion in the landmark game the first in pro-
gram history.
"Our boys played some real ball out
there," said Julie Palladino, Garrett's moth
er. "I was too busy jumping up and down
as we made history in this game. It was an
excitement we've never had in Moore Ha-
ven. Words can't describe how I'm feeling
right now."
Though the 125 lb. group lost 41-0 to Ft.
Pierce in the later game, it did not, in any
way, put a dent in this experience.
With Moore Haven in the Fed Ex Orange
Bowl league, the Mighty Terriers will get an
opportunity to play some of the best Pop
Warner teams in the state.
That includes the Pahokee Baby Blue
Devils and the Glades Glen Browns, to name
just two. And Moore Haven may even face
off against Pahokee this weekend, pending
a schedule confirmation by the coaching
staff.
It suits Brown just fine, with a wide grin
on display as he talks about the Mighty Terri-

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Marie Parker, 60
CLEWISTON Marie Parker, age 60, of Cle-
wiston, passed away Sept. 11, 2009, in Alva, Fla.
She was born Oct. 19, 1948, in Dona Vista, Fla.
She was the daughter of Albert and Earline P
(Paul) Moore. She had been an Administrative
Assistant for the City of Clewiston.
Survivors include two sons, Jason E. Jacobs of
Lake Worth, Douglas (Shannon) Parker of Alva,
and one daughter, Lisa Marie Parker of New
York, N.Y; her mother, Earline P. (Paul) Moore;
and one brother, Louis Moore of Canton, N.C.;
and three sisters, Sarah Moore of Canton, N.C.,
Cindy Moore of Canton, N.C., Evelyn Adkins of
Canton, N.C.; and three grandchildren.
Memorial services will be 11 a.m., Saturday,
Sept. 26, at First United Methodist Church, 331
W Osceola Avenue, Clewiston, with Reverend
John Hicks officiating.
Cremation Arrangements by Akin-Davis Funer-
al Home -Fort Myers.


ers and its soon-to-be released schedule.
"This is our future," Brown said.
"With the support of our community,
it's going to make a difference in the lives
of these kids."


For the season schedule and other Mighty
Terriers information, please contact John-
nie Brown at 254-7088 or Bobby Hallback
at 233-1412.
StaffWriter Naji Tobias can be reached at nto-
bias@newszap.com.


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Serving the communities south of Lake Okeechobee


'The Treaty of Payne's Landing'
By Butch Wilson contributing factors that compelled many to a duck.
Clewiston Museum back the Jackson administration on Indian I hope you have enjoyed this story. Please
The Indian leaders sat stoically, while the removal. contact the Clewiston Museum if you have
government agent explained the new treaty Opponents to the Indian Removal Policy, questions, artifacts, pictures, or a "Whale
through a black interpreter Their faces re including government officials, were swept of a Tale" that you would like to share. The
gained passive as the interpreted words fell aside. Davy Crockett, a congressman and Museum's hours are Monday through Friday
from the lips of the black man. strong opponent, was destroyed politically from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Tty of Pae's Laig is lieed by the Jackson administration. Indian Agent The museum provides an interesting fos-
to e reaty ayn anding is likened Humphrey, a great champion of the Semi sil display of prehistoric animals that once
to the ole saying, "The straw that broke he oles, lost his government post because roamed the Glades thousands of years ago
camels back." It was need the last straw he defended the Seminole's rights and ad- and artifacts that reflect the heritage of
that launched the Seminoles into a seven located they remain in Florida. Humphrey Clewiston. Its theater has a 65-seat capacity
year war with the Unite d States. t is teo was removed from office by the Jackson in and presents movies on the history ofClewis-
aeaakinteast"anread aout e 1830 and replaced with John Phagan. Hum- ton, sugar cane harvesting, and the orange
Treaty of Payne's Landing. phrey's dismissal was a great loss to the industry. Stop by and enjoy a 45 minute
The Indian Removal Act was signed by Seminoles, who failed to develop a similar group-tour for only $2.00 per person.
President Andrew Jackson in 1830. It gave relationship with John Phagan.
the President of the United States the power In 1832, Jackson made the decision to
to exchange lands west of the Mississippi put pressure on the Seminoles to relocate N E O
River, with lands owned by any tribe or In- west. He chose James Gadsden as the spe- NOTICE OF BU
dian nation living in the United States. This cial agent, whose sole mission ws to relo-
enforced, legal piece of legislation reflected cate the Seminoles. Gadsden was one of the
America's southern attitude toward the In- three government agents, who nine years The City of Moore Haven
dian. Citizens in the New England states before, helped negotiate the Treaty of Moul fi
didn't have the south's attitude toward the rie Creek with the Seminoles. Gadsden set budget for 2009-2010 fisc
Indian because the Indian problem had long to work at once and established a meeting make a FINAL DECISI
ceased to exist in the northeast. Two hun- place for the Seminole leaders called Payne's
dred years of conflict with the white Euro Landing. It was located near the present day TAXES will
peans had reduced powerful Indian Nations city of Eureka, along the banks of the Okla-
in the northeast to mere scattered remnants, waha River.
which no longer posed a threat. There is no written record of what trans September 21st, 21
The term "Noble Savage" was a cultured pired between the Seminole leaders and City of Moore
sentiment that had grown popular in the Gadsden, who was later accused by the City of Moore
18th century New England states. This ideol- Seminoles of using fraud and force to get 299 River
ogy started in the 1500s in Europe and later them to sign. Historically, we know that on M
spread to North America. It idealized the In- May 9, 1832, seven chiefs and eight sub- Moore Haven
dian as nature's gentleman and a race with chiefs made their mark on a document that
great principles before coming in contact would be called "The Treaty of Payne's land BUDGET SUI
with Europe's civilized world, which cor- ing," CITY OF MOORE HAVEN
rupted them. The treaty was binding and legal, but
The people in the south were not enrap- would later end up with two interpretations. THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDIT
tured with terms like the "Noble Savage" be- Gadsden's understanding was delegates; PERCENT MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPE
cause generations of southerners had lived authorized by the Seminole Nation would
through the horrors of Indian warfare on the go west and view the land. The delegates ESTIMATED REVENUES GE
frontier. The southerners had a valid point would sign an agreement, if they liked the TAXES: MILLAGE PER $1000
because the Native Americans in the south country, making the treaty valid. The treaty AD VALOREM TAXES 4.1448
east did commit atrocities, but so did the then stipulated the Seminoles would leave AD VALOREM TAXES
Americans. The frontier wars quickly turned Florida three years from the date of ratifica- CHARGES FOR SERVICES
into "an eye for an eye." tion by the US senate, surrender their lands INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE
ds LICENSES & PERMITS
It is so easy to scrutinize history with a for $80,000 and join the Creeks in the west- FRANCHISE FEES
great sword of justice, cutting away at its ern Indian territories INTEREST EARNINGS
past wrongs. I wonder what course of ac- The Seminoles had a different interpreta OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
tion you or I would have chosen should tion. Their understanding was that the treaty TRANSFER CAPITAL PROJECTS
province elected that we lived during those wasn't binding until the Seminole delegates TRANSFER ELECTRIC FUND
tragic times in Florida without the hindsight went west, viewed the land and returned TRANSE WATER FUND
trgi times in TOTAL SOURCES I.E
accorded us today, back to Florida for a vote by the Seminole TRANSFER IN
It would be great if we could learn from Nation. If they voted yes, the Seminoles FUND BALANCESiRESERVES/NET ASSETS
our nations past mistakes and apply that would then follow the stipulations of the TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS &
knowledge to the problems troubling the treaty and move west. AND BALANCES 1,1
world today. You can bet that future genera- The Seminoles sent seven leaders to EXPENDITURES
tions will be viewing us under a microscope, check out the land. This was done in accor- FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION
scrutinizing why we did this or failed to do dance to their understanding of the treaty. BIRE DEPARTMENT
that. Indian agent John Phagen and black inter- PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTAL
Andrew Jackson believed the only reso preter, Abraham, accompanied the Indians FLOOD CONTROL
lution to the Indian problem was removing by ship across the Gulf of Mexico and then STREETS & ROAD DEPT
the "Redman" to a location where distance up the Mississippi and Arkansas River to the CULTURE & RECREATION
separated him from the whites. This idea "land of milk and honey." WAREHOUSE
ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT
was one that had been discussed by previ- It makes one ponder how the seven Semi- WATER DISTRIBUTION
ous leaders in the White house, so it wasn't noles could travel west on a lengthy boat trip WATER PLANT
Jackson's brainchild, with their trusty Indian agent and black inter-
The Indian Removal Act was seen by preter and those key points of misinterpreta- TOTAL EXPENDITURES 1,
Washington as an easy solution to the In- tion concerning the treaty not be dredged to TRANSFERS OUT
dian problem that emotionally, morally, and the surface in day to day conversation. There FUND BALANCES/RESERVESINET ASSESTS
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
logistically seemed to have no beginning or was something sinister about the interpreta AND RESERVES 1,1
ending answers. Greed for land, slavery is- tion of the treaty because it started to look THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED ANDIOR FINAL BUDG
sues, and the fear of an Indian uprising were like a duck, walk like a duck and quack like MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RI


DGET HEARING


has tentatively adopted a
al year. A public hearing to
ON on the budget AND
be held on:


009 at 6:00 P.M. at
Haven, City Hall
side Drive
Florida 33471
MMARY
- FISCAL YEAR 2009 2010
URES OF THE CITY OF MOORE HAVEN ARE 8.6
RATING EXPENDITURES.

NERAL ENTERPRISE GRANT TOTAL
LUND FUNDS FUNDS BUDGET

206,000 206,000
158,010 3,304.128 3.762.138
172,233 172.233
6,800 6,800
10,258 10.258
8,200 21.000 29,200
28,000 2,669,088 2.697,088
308,750 19,591 328.341
362,072 362,072
137,563 137.563
697,886 3,344,719 2,669,088 7,711,693
-0- -0- -0- -0-
697,886 3,344,719 2,669,088 7,711,693
644,712 644,713
19,883 19,883
85.279 85,279
214,680 214,680
21,418 2,272,088 2.293,506
102,300 102,300
372,015 397,000 769,015
237,599 237.599
2,015,334 2.015.334
495,764 495,764
833.621 833,621
697,886 3,344,719 2,669,088 7,711,693
-0- -0- -0- -0-
697,886 3,344,719 2,669,088 7,711,693
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September 17, 2009




Serving the communities south of Lake Okeechobee


Glades Day triumphs in homecoming win


Pahokee, Glades Central
and Moore Haven score
blowout victories

By Naji Tobias
INI Florida
BELLE GLADE In what was set up to be
a close game, the Glades Day Gators made
it anything but. For almost three quarters,
Dade Christian (Miami) hung tight in Glades
Day's homecoming game.
But after a third-quarter interception re-
turn by Glades Day junior defensive back
Eaton Spence, it was off to the races from
there.
The Glades Day faithful had much to
cheer about, especially after Tanner Redish,
a budding sophomore quarterback, lobbed
a 66-yard touchdown pass to junior wideout
Davonte Allen (3 catches, 75 yards) with
4:52 left in the third.
The score, set up by Spence's intercep-
tion, put Glades Day up 16-7 on the Crusad-
ers. From there, they never looked back, as
Glades Day scored three more touchdowns
in the second half for a 36-7 blowout win.
Crusaders head coach Mike Sonnborne,
in his fifth year at the helm, spoke on the
game-changing play.
"It hurt us and it broke our backs a little
bit," Sonnborne said.
Kelvin Taylor, Glades Day's phenom
freshman running back, registered 22 car-
ries for 240 yards and three touchdowns in
the game.
Taylor's second score, set up by Spence's
42-yard punt return later in the third quar-
ter, sealed Dade Christian's fate as he sim-
ply walked into the end zone on his 26-yard
run.
Though Taylor scored three touchdowns
- he's now at 376 yards and six touchdowns
in just two games he was not the only run-
ning back who contributed to this win.
Glades Day's Roshard Burney, a sopho-
more, started in place of Taylor, who had
to sit out the first two offensive drives of the
game. Burney had eight carries for 74 yards,
giving Glades Day a formidable tandem at
the running back position.
In addition, Joe Jenco, Glades Day's se
nior fullback, scored the game's final touch
down, a 4-yard run with 1:28 left in the
fourth. Jenco finished with five carries for 28
yards. In all, Glades Day had 348 total rush-
ing yards (472 overall).
"We played a nearly flawless second
half," said Pete Walker, Glades Day's head
coach. "There was a lot of intensity on both
sides of the ball."
Sonnborne on Glades Day's win:
"For two and a half quarters, we played
phenomenal football, but Glades Day's
depth caught up with us," Sonnborne said
of Dade Christian, a team with just six se-
niors of its 35-man roster. "They just wore
us down in the second half and that was the
difference."
Notes: Redish was 5-for-13 passing with
124 yards, a touchdown and no turnovers.
Clint Johnson, a senior defensive back,
caught the first of Glades Day's two intercep
tions in the first half.
Dade Christian quarterback Bilal Marshal,


a sophomore, put his team up 7-3 in the first
quarter on a 48 yard touchdown strike to fel
low sophomore Ryan Janvion.
Marshal went 12-for-26 with 164 yards, a
touchdown and two interceptions.
Dade Christian was limited to 57 rushing
yards and 221 total, an indicator of Glades
Day's overall improvement on defense from
the past two years. Glades Day had 16 first
downs in the game, while Dade Christian
had 10. Glades Day (2-0) will play at home
tomorrow night against Clewiston, who de-
feated them 30-24 last year.
Pahokee 45, Inlet Grove 0:
De'Joshua Johnson scored three touch-
downs in the first half, including a 59-yard
pass from Blue Devils junior Emanuel Perez
in the blowout win.
Johnson, who split time with Perez at
quarterback, threw an 80-yard touchdown
pass to his favorite target, Chris Dunkley, in
the third quarter.
Johnson, now a triple threat on offense,
was 6-for-11 passing with 137 yards and a
touchdown.
He also had two rushes for 32 yards (both
touchdowns), while adding two receptions
for 69 yards (one of which was a score).
For the game, Johnson accounted for 238
of Pahokee's 571 total yards.
Dunkley led Palm Beach County with six
receptions for 144 yards and a touchdown in
Week 2. Wardell Coleman, who may emerge
as Pahokee's starting running back for the
season, scored a 4-yard rushing touchdown
in the third his first of the season.
Coleman, who, like fellow teammate
Fred Pickett, is a Glades Central transfer, fin
ished with eight carries for 105 yards.
Perez was 12-for-16 passing with 200
yards and two touchdowns, one of which
was to Zachary Alien in the fourth quarter,
a 40-yard pass. Pahokee (2-0) plays its next
game against Dwyer at home tomorrow
night.
In what is deemed Florida's top game
of the week, as determined by Rivals.com,
both teams have much at stake in this highly
anticipated contest. Dwyer, which lost to
Glades Central, 21-7, in Week 1, does not
want to lose to two Muck teams for the third
year in a row.
Pahokee, nationally ranked at No. 16 in
the Rivals100, defeated Dwyer in the 2007
and 2008 spring football games, 14-3 and
18-7, respectively.
Glades Central 50, Palm Beach Cen-
tral 0: Jamorris 'Mario' Rowland anchored
the Raiders defense with a 25 yard inter
ception return for a touchdown in the first
quarter. Antwon Chisolm (nine carries, 113
yards) scored two touchdowns, while L.J.
Thomas (4-for-12, 105 yards) threw for two
touchdowns in the game.
Kevin Benjamin and Greg Dent each
caught Thomas's touchdown passes, while
Neville Brown and Carlton Lewis accounted
for Glades Central's final scores of the game.
Glades Central (2-0) travels to Delray Beach
tomorrow night in a game against American
Heritage. This contest pits Willie Bueno,
American Heritage's head coach, against his
former team, who he led to the 2000 Class
3A state title.
Moore Haven 53, Berean Christian
24: Fred Hall rushed for 250 yards and six


touchdowns in the Terriers home win.
In just two games, Hall has amassed 449
rushing yards and nine touchdowns on the
ground. Keonte White led Moore Haven's
passing attack 89 yards and a touchdown
to Terry Hallback.
Moore Haven (2-0) limited Berean Chris
tian, who was favored to win this game, to
259 total yards. The Terriers defense was led
by Hallback, who registered a 16-yard inter-
ception return for a touchdown.
Moore Haven travels to West Palm Beach
tomorrow night in a game with Summit
Christian.
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blas@newszap.com.


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Serving the communities south of Lake Okeechobee


Beef '0' Brady's and HRMC work t(

Tuesday fundraiser to help
hospital runs through sum-
mer


While the summer months may be tra-
ditionally a slower time for restaurants in
Clewiston, one team from a local business
offered their help to a worthy cause.
For the second consecutive year, Randy
and Kersten Maxon, owners of Beef 'O' Bra-
dy's in Clewiston, played a great part in sup-
porting the Hendry Regional Medical Center
Foundation.
The hospital foundation, a 501 (c)(3)
charitable organization, is set up to raise
funds for special projects of Hendry Region-
al Medical Center.
It focuses primarily on fundraising efforts,
and 100 percent of the money acquired
through the foundation is invested back into
the hospital.
Every Tuesday during the months of June,
July and August, the restaurant donated 15
percent of each designated food purchase
toward the foundation.
All customers had to do was simply let
their servers know they would like to help
the foundation, and Beef 'O' Brady's ear-
marked the funds.
The Maxsons also posted brick flyers
below each television set, so that while cus-
tomers watched their favorite sports show,
they could also see the information about
the foundation's brick sale campaign. (The


Submitted photo/Glenda Wilson
Pictured from left to right is Kersten Maxson (owner of Beef 'O' Brady's), Glenda
Wilson (HRMC Foundation Director), and Alice Pickron (customer of Beef 'O'
Brady's). Kersten proudly displays a sample of a foundation brick that was dis-
played at Beef 'O' Brady's.
organization is selling $100 bricks, with pro- Brady's.
ceeds going toward the construction of the At the end of August, Kersten Maxson
hospital's new emergency room.) presented a $300 check to Glenda Wilson.
Throughout the summer, on Tuesdays, Not only have the Maxons agreed to host
Glenda Wilson, the director of the HRMC another Clewiston fundraiser next year, but
Foundation, sent weekly e-mails to hospital they have also generously offered the La-
employees, board members and foundation Belle Beef 'O' Brady's, (which will open the
members, encouraging them to spend their first week in November 2009) as a source of
breakfast, lunch or dinner money at Beef 'O' the same type of support.


The Glades County School Board
Will Hold A Policy Workshop
Following The Regular Meeting
On September 24, 2009
Scheduled To Begin At 9:00 a.m.
In The
Glades County School Board
Meeting Room
400 It# Street, S
Muoe Havn, Florida 33471


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

The Hendry County Board of County
Commissioners has tentatively
adopted a budget for Fiscal Year
2009-2010. A public hearing to
make a FINAL DECISION on the
budget AND TAXES will be held on:

September 22, 2009
5:30 p.m.
at
Hendry County Courthouse
Commission Chambers
25 East Hickpoochee Avenue
LaBelle, Florida


Budget Summary
County of Hendry Fiscal Year 2009/2010

General Fund 6.5000
SPECIAL DEBT CAPITAL TOTAL
GENERAL REVENUE SERVICE PROJECTS ENTERPRISE PERMANENT INTERNAL ALL
ESTIMATED REVENUES FUND FUNDS FUNDS FUNDS FUND FUND SERVICE FUNDS



Taxes Millage Per $1,000
Ad Valorem Taxes 6.5000 13,700,813 $13,700,813
Sales and Use Taxes 1,112,537 8,003,845 1,972,250 $11,088,632
Charges for Services 1,883,621 2,626,709 193,000 1,446,800 $6,150,130
Intergovernmental Revenue 3,478.128 5,633.031 25000 $9.136,159
Fines & Forfeitures $0
Miscellaneous Revenue 328,000 488,200 54.000 26,900 $897,100
Licenses and Permits $0
Internal Service Charges $0
TOTAL SOURCES 20,503,099 16,751,785 0 2,244,250 1,473,700 0 0 $40,972,834
Transfers In 2,261,894 1.463,451 150.000 $3.875,345
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets 3,425,000 24,642,239 2,661895 500,000 $31,229,134
TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS & BALANCES $26,189,993 $42,857,475 $0 $5,056,145 $1,973,700 $0 $0 $76,077,313
EXPENDITURES
General Government 7,695,416 169,117 287,500 $8,152,033
Public Safety 13,850,851 1,487,056 $15,337,907
Physical Environment 1.918.529 6,609.238 938,660 $9,466,427
Transportation 12,159,502 $12,159,502
Human Services 944,209 1,916,325 $2,860,534
Recreation Department 1,463,404 $1,463,404
Debt Services 199,813 485,873 $685,686
Court Related Expenditures 405.606 $405,606
Internal Services $0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $24,608,818 $24,210,248 $0 $287,500 $1,424,533 $0 $0 $50,531,099
Transfers Out 1,855,326 2.020.019 $3,875,345
Fund Balances/ReserveslNet Assets 1,581,175 16,791,901 2,748.626 549,167 $21,670,869
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
TRANSFERS, RESERVES & BALANCES $26,189,993 $42,857,475 $0 $5,056,145 $1,973,700 $0 $0 $76,077,313


September 17, 2009




Serving the communities south of Lake Okeechobee


Booker T. Washington held its first reunion in nearly 20 years


By Verna (Bell) Okali
MOORE HAVEN, FL July 17-19, 2009,
marked the dates that more than 100 mem-
bers from various locations assembled in
Moore Haven and Clewiston for three days
of reuniting, reminiscing, and exchanging
fond memories of the "good old" Booker
T. Washington School in days of yore. The
theme, Planting Seeds of Success, captured
the essence of nostalgias expressed by for
mer classmates and facultywho were thrilled
to be a part of another school reunion.
The Holiday Inn in Clewiston was the
site for Hospitality Night on Friday, which
included registration, reacquaintance, and a
reception for former BTW teachers. Seventy-
two members and their guests were in atten-
dance. The laughter of old friends, acquain
tances, and former teachers rang out. Dr.
George Smith, former student and teacher,
shared his experiences with the members
in a video presentation of his trip to China.
Other former teachers in attendance were


Mr. Clem C. Benton, Jr., of Fort Pierce, Mrs.
Sarah Gamble Greenlee of Greensboro,
N.C., Mrs. Esther McPhail Smith and Iris
Jones Blackwell of Durham, N.C., and Mrs.
Louversa Thomas Herbert of Bartow, Fla.
A picnic followed on Saturday in the city
park in Moore Haven. Members had the op-
portunity to further rekindle friendships and
reminisce about the "good old days." A ban
quet commenced at 6 p.m., at the Clewiston
Inn, where members and their guests dined
on a palatable meal of salad, roll, baked
chicken and prime roast beef with gravy,
vegetable, baked potato, tea and dessert. In
the festive banquet room, Lo Davis Photog-
raphy of Fort Pierce captured magical mo-
ments of members throughout the evening,
as they danced and listened to the music
provided by the D.J. Dr. George Smith, both
a graduate and former teacher, and the first
graduate to receive a Ph.D., was the speaker
for the occasion. Norman Thornton, the first
high school graduate and the only student


Moore Haven Lock closure extended


MOORE HAVEN -The U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers, Jacksonville District an-
nounced on Friday that Moore Haven Lock
on Lake Okeechobee, which has been
closed for repairs since June 1, will remain
closed until a tentative date of at least Sept.
28. During this time, crossing the state via
the Okeechobee Waterway will not be
possible.
Repairing the lock is a $3.5 million, reg
ularly-scheduled project, conducted once
every ten years. The work includes upgrad-
ing navigational safety equipment, improv-
ing manatee protection screen systems and
painting and sand-blasting lock gates. The
repairs must be made while the lock is in a


dewatered condition, and will ensure that
the lock, which is more than 70 years old,
will continue to function safely and prop-
erly. Repair crews are working extended
hours to ensure the repairs are completed
and the lock is restored to safe operating
condition as early as possible.
Mariners may call the South Florida
Operations Office at 863983-8101 or visit
the Jacksonville District Web site at http://
www.saj.usace.army.milclick on the OP-
ERATIONS DIVISION tab and select NO-
TICE TO NAVIGATION from the pull down
menu. for current information. From the
homepage.


Remember
A prayer group gathered in front of the Glades County Courthouse in order
to remember those who lost their lives during a terrorist attack at the World
Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.


in the Class of 1952, was recognized with a
special presentation from the Reunion Com-
mittee.
Sunday's worship service was spirited-
filled. Pastor Robert Bell, a former student
of BTW, not only gave a stirring rendition of
the Lord's Prayer, but also delivered the ser-
mon. Opportunity was given to those teach-
ers and former students who remembered
with pride their time spent at BTW. The Me-
morial, held on the grounds of the now de-
funct school, closed out the reunion. A really
heart wrenching ritual was conducted by
Mrs. Esther McPhail Smith, a former teacher.
Former classmates memorialized teachers
and students who had passed since the last
reunion that was held in August 1991.
The endless months of hard work, time
and, patience paid off and was well worth
the efforts, given the success of the reunion.
Additional members have pledged their sup
port of the next reunion.
With only remnants of the original school


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structure remaining, it has become the van
guard of the members to retain Booker T.
Washington School's legacy. The Reunion
members consented to the construction of
a marker on the school grounds to immor
talized Mr. Robert L. Gamble; the school's
first and only principal, and to preserve the
legacy of the school. Mary Retta (Smith)
Wilson and Vincent Lewis will construct a
BTW Website to maintain communication
with fellow classmates and teachers. Fu-
ture school reunions will be held every two
years, the next one being July 15, 2011, in
Moore Haven.

NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING
The Port LaBelle Community Develop-
ment District has tentatively adopted a
budget for Fiscal Year 2009-2010.
This notice is applicable to
Hendry and Glades Counties
A public hearing to make a
FINAL DECISION on the budget
AND TAXES will be held on
Monday, September 21, 2009
5:05 RM.
Port LaBelle Community
Development District Office
3293 Dellwood Terrace
LaBelle, FL


BUDGET SUMMARY

PORT LABELLE COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010

General Fund 3.7100

Estimated Revenues General Fund

Estimated Revenues
Taxes: Millage per $1000
Ad Valorem 3.7100 470,660
Intergovernment Revenue 75,450
Interest Income 10,400
Rental Income 0
Miscellaneous Revenue 7,000
TOTAL SOURCES 563,510
Fund Balances 433,296
TOTAL REVENUES AND BALANCES 996,806

EXPENDITURES
General Government 208,160
Road Department 255,900
Mosquito Control 13,850
Culture/Recreation Department 55,600
Capital Outlay 0
Contingency Fund Reserves 30,000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 563,510
Fund Balances 433,296
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES,
RESERVES & BALANCES 996,806


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Battlefield Friends plan 2010 re-enactment


By Pete Gawda
Okeechobee News
"A people without history is like the wind
on the buffalo grass." Anonymous Sioux
saying
The Okeechobee Battlefield Friends
met Saturday, Sept. 10 at Piers II Motel in
Okeechobee to relive history. The organize
tion will soon be making plans for the next
reenactment of the Battle of Okeechobee
which will take place Feb. 6 and 7, 2010.
"It is a great event but it has a powerful
purpose," Shawn Henderson of Okeecho-
bee Battlefield Friends said of the battle re-
enactment. "Both events far exceeded our
expectations," she said of the 2008 and 2009
reenactments. The state has purchased the
property and plans are in the works to de-
velop the land into a state park.
The results of the organization's grant
to the Okeechobee School System was on
display that day, a quilt depicting Florida's
history.
To show the pace that news travelled dur-
ing the Second Seminole War, a Feb. 2, 1838
New '.' ,I ,, I 1 1 i I' ,s
an art.i. ,, I i, I I "
which gave an account of the Dec. 25, 1837
Battle of Okeechobee which the newspa-
per said took place on the shores of an un
named lake,
"Historic tourism is an economic boon,"
Bill Steele, archaeologist for the Seminole
Tribe told the audience. He also noted the
educational benefits to children. Mr. Steele
was instrumental in locating Colonel Zach-
a ry T .. .... i i
i I i ... a great experience to
be connected with this effort," said former
tribal official Moses Osceola who went to
Tallahassee to help in the fight to preserve
the battlefield. "They fought for our right to
be here," he said of his ancestors.
Former state representative Richard Ma-
chek was recognized for his efforts in secur-
ing the battlefield site as a park.
The crowd was entertained and informed
byPalmBeachCoi.,, iCo .i. 'i i ,,E .i,
a Florida cracker i., i, II. ii. i.I ,1I..i
that he was not a historian but a storyteller
who told historical stories.
"You're not teaching history, you're let
ting someone relive history," he said of the
difference between a historian and an his-
torical storyteller. His horse, Domino, now
retired at 26, is descended from Spanish
blood. Domino carried him across the state
18 times as part of the Annual Cracker Trail
Cattle Drive, a reenactment of early Florida
cattle drives. On his first ride, a 72 year old
man told the judge of a cattle drive led by the
elderly gentlemen's great uncle from central
Florida to Georgia to feed Civil War troops.
"It gave me a new passion in life and a
new look at the State of Florida," the judge
said.
In 1521 Ponce De Leon brought the first
domestic horses and cattle to the U.S. when
he brought them to Florida. The judge said
there are records of cattle brands and mark-
ings going back to the 1500s. According to
Judge Bailey, Florida history is often neglect-
ed. He said that St. Augustine was settled
the century before Jamestown and the first
American cowboys were in Florida before


the Pilgrims landed. Consequently, Florida
Indians were the first Indians to have deal
ings with cattle and horses.
"The old west began down south here
in Florida," the judge said. "The Seminoles
were in the cattle business from the year 1."
One of the unique sounds of old Florida
is the crack of what is called a cow whip
in Florida and a bullwhip in other parts of
the -ountrv He said that neonlpe cold he


Okeechobee News/Pete Gawda
Florida cracker storyteller and Palm
Beach County Judge Nelson Bailey
displays a Colt revolving rifle similar
to the ones that Samuel Colt sold to
troops in the Second Seminole War.
Judge Bailey was speaking at the Sept.
10 meeting of Okeechobee Battlefield
Friends.

whips. That is one possible origin of the
term "cracker."
Judge Bailey offered another possible
origin for the term. He said it was used by
Spanish officials to refer to English speaking
people from Georgia who came down to
Florida to round up the free range cattle.
"The gun that won the west," the Colt re-
volver, had its origins in Florida, according
t Ih L i, , ,i ,.. Coltsoldsix
I..I ,,rl ,,,.i i i I i . s in the Sec-
ond Seminole War. This was before Mr. Colt
introduced his weapons to Texas. The Semi-
noles became the first Indians to use repeat
ing weapons when they captured some of
these rifles.
The judge told a story of how during
the Seminole Indian Wars, some Indians
captured a wagon load of costumes from a
travelling Shakespearean acting company.
This incident had a profound influence on
Seminole dress. He said there are letters
preserved from soldiers of that day who re
ported capturing or killing Shakespearean
characters recognizable by their costumes.
He told the story of how the Singer Sewing
Machine Company invented a hand cranked
sewing machine for use in making Seminole
clothing. The traditional foot treadle sewing
machine would not work in a dirt floored
chickee, as their dwellings were called.
"In all history there is a human side,"
stated tribal member Willie Johns.


He spoke of his great great grandmother
who lived through the Second Seminole
War, the Civil War and World War I.
"Her life is Florida's history as she lived
through whatever Florida was doing. Our
history is a living thing."
Mr. Johns said there were U. S. Army
accounts of the rapid fire coming from the
Seminoles during battles. He said that was
because of the women standing behind the
men loading rifles for them.


Mr. Johns said that the Seminoles were
in the cattle business with the Spanish for
many years. A few years ago the tribe was
preparing to sell some cattle to Cuba. The
deal did not go through, however Mr. Johns
was hoping that as a condition of the deal
Seminoles would be able to go to Cuban li-
braries to search for records of Spanish deal-
ings with the Seminoles.
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Okeechobee New/Pete Gawda
This quilt square, depicting the Second Seminole War, is part of a quilt made
by school children as a result of a grant from Okeechobee Battlefield Friends.
It was on display Saturday, Sept. 10 at a meeting of the Okeechobee Battlefield
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The HINl/Swine Flu Religion briefs
Moore Haven


Where are we now?


What do you really know about the these
HIN1-Swine Flu? sep
There are numerous reports on television parr
and a few stories in the newspapers. Some up t
people may just shrug their shoulders and I
think that it probably won't affect them.
This is why education about the H1N1- be
Swine Flu is so important.
Even though many cases have been re wh(
ported as mild, this flu is very contagious edf
and can affect people very differently.
In the U.S., from mid-April to the end of sch
August, there have been over 9,000 hospital-
izations and over 600 deaths associated with o
the H1N1 virus. limit
Florida has seen over 600 hospitalizations can
and over 75 deaths. hln
Pat Dobbins, Administrator for the Hen- "i
dry and Glades County Health Departments flus
stated the following: "Healthcare provide
ers, schools, and businesses must educate you
themselves for the unpredictable activity of 358
this virus and take actions now to prepare
their agencies for increased absenteeism.
This virus spreads through contact from ask
droplets and can live on surfaces from two
to eight hours. mat
It is crucial that you take the time to clean
commonly used areas such as door knobs, ish
phones, computers, hand rails, etc.
We understand how hard it can be for
folks to miss work or school, but please stay line
home if you are sick and please do not send
sick children to school." are
Approximately 97% of the flu viruses cir- at le
culating in the U.S. right now are the HIN-
Swine Flu virus, therefore routine testing for plea
this virus is no longer recommended by the are
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
(CDC). ers.
Since routine testing and individual case
tracking is no longer required, you will not leas
receive official reports from the local health met
departments or schools if you hear that
someone has HIN -Swine Flu. 20-3
If you think you may have the HIN1 Wa'
Swine Flu, your healthcare provider will de a
termine if treatment is necessary.
It's very possible that you may not receive
a prescription unless you meet high risk cri- leas
teria, and you may be told to go home, get atel
plenty of rest, and drink plenty of fluids.
The symptoms of HIN1-Swine Flu are mon
very similar to the symptoms of the seasonal you
flu and may include: -Fever (over 100*F) -
Cough and/or Sore Throat Body Aches -
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From 8am until 8pm, you can call in to
questions.
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information is available in English, Span- Sell
and Creole.
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* Avoid close contact with people who
coughing or seem to be ill. (distance of
east 6-feet)
* If you get sick with flu-like symptoms,
ase stay home (unless your symptoms
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itay home until you are free of fever for at
t 24 hours without using fever-reducing
dications.
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10 seconds) with soap & warm water.
sh in between your fingers, your finger
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laboratory environment

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technicians when needed

REQUIREMENTS:

Must be meticulous

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attention to detail

Some light math required

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aw ls (863)983-8559
l estoe i52 E. Suland H., Clellsto
Cheryl Eby Gutahr. c. Real Estate Broer (863) 228-1562
Anabel Miranda (863)228-6296 EspaTol
s Elsie Sellers (239)822-7490 Espaifol


1H21/2B141shini | M
Prtl m2hed. I BD CBSHomeor
Red Rd. $165,0
CLIEWISTON HOMES
3 BI26A MH nM Met SL crened itai and it cnc 1$.85.000
*IBL2 1 mni/: A lh hpracyFo d AsMing $89o,00
*2B0/1 \ Ddb Tobias Needs much TLC. Asldong $ l5,000
*2 BtadI New 3/28 S BA lasomr Ton Homes. 1179.000
:2 Dures Ot poAc.FI unm has 2RI A. 1224 9K
*4BD02ACBS Home on Dd MostceA. NcyRenlateO)d. $195K
*Court LrMi CR 720 2BD/28A 125 Are S185.000
*2/I MHnGrlaC onKRd 1,37 Aeirsd[dlo0S9.90
*3BLV2BArnrd l R Ne CBSHoe 0 cOhadPn Pk Asking r 129.80
MOORE HAVEN /AIKEPORT
:1rifinno 3BD/2BIAwithGtUsv se $250.000
* Rilrfonot UW hpalrn anans $100,000
*3BD/2EBA MH. tad Club Wy wCar Asg $140K
*MeofMt a Meuas 2 2-B t Hose hln $ 219K
*2/2 YslMH 5Inrm Oti Club, l $82500
ACREAGE, LAND & LOTS
*51Arl Ranc thR 3BD/2AHomre $750000
*Buikable o DdMonte A, $1299K
*2 rs, Hieshoe r As Reduced $43.91K
*O HndCo. t 0 2 & 80AC. PSr Own RrdnA aLbl
*5 rc aOcd Lrot in D[c $75.000
1.SAcon Hookdcsrt Rd lmInpmnaonoukludd8$75K
*Vacx Rcsdcneial lon Ccntred As ing 28.SK
*Conmmerlilot nBondSt MaTeof fe
*4 BuHle Sts on FranciscoS $35000 Eac
MONTURNAFLAHOLE
S1,2 AC Picds -bl in Montr LUac Ran-
*3/2MHonRjnercSL I.8oa-. $105K
L4/2 6CBSHome wf D a Ird Lop. $259K
Moble Home Pa k Hy27frontae. $435.000
*Indnustl l &osinas rkan CR835 Sale Lease Mel
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S14.279 S, FL B~ ~~r o H 27 0 68 A Wlh 40
sp9Fonn Hasnare ste $649K or Best Or
'*fmeA n Shop BninMoore Han Asng $50.0D
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E "Moore haven CBS I lom S129.9K
18 iacr In.an = HiUs VE,_ El, 179mK
*828 E Concordia (2) stdio, 11. Sp, Flaiol, $525K
& lbd $475 & $525 *l-bhc MHI'awshtd&pod$112K
*506 edl Circlc 2/2S550 mn *Bas n Sun Condo IO105K
*Slrgr Cane Tl I w/d $900 mn Vacant lot m Cleiston, $19.9K
*NEW ESagmor 21$650 *Redu ad!MelinaRd. on lakS9K
B pnal Cn ,2 Beaaful- 32 mer loa Rduaad $125K
l Coo 2 .1670 Ridgill MII /pond S39.9K
CALL FOR MORE 213 San Gabriel Like New $123K
RENTALS OR VISIT WEB r ,W me Steps, Cndo. 99SK


l10Acres w/'03 MI I ( o,$112.9K
Vaont Lot 12KK lc-Ar
*LagCobira5n, b-l160kl"245K
-20 acres w/ I-os 590K
3,2o1r- 6I28E V-.- $89.9K
Storoge Ulrr Cq Best Price
3/2 MH95 ogIreno 1/3eae,$39K
25.5 acrs MHIfnrced$S39,91
tClsorro AcrolI Core Rod.ard
.159 Bold Crprrr 149K


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HOURS: (863) 983979 (863)599-1209 (863)228-2215 (863)2280023
RESIDENTIAL 2/1 W PFsodena$115K MOBILE HOMES Moo re-sen- 5 s$75K
Bass Capital 2/2 For 2/2 Condo Bass 'n 3,2 MDMHw/o/gpod MooreHaven-21ofs
Rent Sun furnished $112K Everane Rd Reduced $39.9K
3/2 HI-Oka Point 4/1.5 E. Alverde $165K COMMERCIAL
$85K $109K 3/2 DWMH on lake Warehouse (rented) +
2/1 cottage on 3.68 3/2 w/ Den Baybery Alien Rd $120,000 85 storage units (some
acres PB County $149K $250K 3/2 DWMH has CBS o/c) E El PFso Call for
3/2/2 with pool and New 3/2 Orchard outbuilding Magnolia details.
guesthouse $245,000 Park $134,000 Lane $79.9K SHORT SALE
2/2 E Ventura Ave 3/2 with large shed 3/2 SWMH Hooker's 1117 Mississippi Ave
$85K and fenced yard E Point Rd $44,900 4/2 SFR
Boss Capitol Unit 402 Concordia $169,900 VACANT LAND 328 W Ventura Ave -
$130K 3/2/2 with pool E Del 27.5 acres Roneer 3/1 SFR
3/2 Ridgeview $285K Monte $189,900 $245K 512 E Osceola Ave -
3/2 Home with pool 10 IMctuo s l $9,900 4/2 SFR
and apartment RENTALS each 1005 Caribbean -
Dovidson Rd $176K 2/1 duplex $600 p m 2.5acsMolruo a $25K 4/2/2 SFR


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CLEWISTON 2BR/1BA,
c/a, no pets, $650 moD.
+ $450 dep.
(863)677-0977

GREENTREE EAST
APARTMENTS

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Immediate Occupancy

2 Bedroom Apartments
*Rental Assistance
Available to qualified
households
*Spacious Apartment in
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Full time bilingual Site
Manager
*Rental rates starting
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TDD #1-800-955-8771
701 W Ventura
Clewiston; 8:00AM
3:00 PM, Mon-Fnri
Equal Opportunity
Provider & Employer


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South Clewiston 1BR
Efficiency Apt. All utils
& satellite included.
$550 (863)254-3285




CLEWISTON 1004
Johnsen Rd., 2BR/1BA,
$600 mo. + $550 sec.,
no inside pets. Call Shir-
ley (561)996-3744

CLEWISTON 3br, lba,
417 E. Trinidad. $700
mo. + $600 sec. dep.
No inside pets. Call
Shirley 561-996-3744


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

Let this property PAY
FOR ITSELF -3BR, 2BA
Home with efficiency,
screened pool, fenced
landscaping, includes
operate rental property
Located in Hookers Point.
Asking $179,000
Call (863)254-3285 to
schedule an appt.


PRICE
REDUCED!
Will Consider all
Serious Offers!

For Sale By Owner
Nearly 2300 sq. ft. on
corner lot. Extras:
2 full-sized adjoining
rooms for possible
home office business
or mother-in-law suite.
Nice yard. Possible
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828-293-2542.

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Call 863-674-5715

LAKE PORT -2br, 2ba,
$550/mo, 1st & last,
partially furnished,
W/D, (678)588-4364




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bench seat Brand new
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IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 20.h
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR HENRY COUNTY

ctOa nc,

Loretta L Lawhon a/k/a Loretta
Lyn Lawhon and CarlE Lawhon
ka Ca Ed Lawhon; CitBak



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order of Final Judment
of Forelore dated August 28
2009 entered in Civil C. NO
2009-CA-00203 of the Ci0Ut Court
of the 20th Judicial ClrUlt in and for
Hendry County Floridac whern C0t
Morgae, Inc Paintiff and Loretta
Lawhon ac defeandant(s, I wcll sell


THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
HOUSE (BEING THE 2ND FLOOR
BUILDING ABEE FLORIDA AT
ih100 AcN on December 30 2od9

the following debed property as
set forth in sad Final judgment, to-

LOTS 18 AD 19, LESS THE EAST



206 O FEET OF LOT 19, BLOCK K,
FORT DENAUD ACRES, UNIT 2, AS
PER PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED

THROUGH 70, OF NE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF HENDRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA,

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE1, IF ANY OTHER THAN

THE DA0 E OF TE 19S PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
IF YOU ARE A pERSON WITH A
DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY AC-
COMMODATION IN ORDER TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
YOU ARE ENTITLED AT NO COSWT
TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF
CERTAIN ASS STANCE PLEASE
CONTACT HENDRY COUNTY COURT
HOUSE, 25 EAST HICKPOCHEE AVE-
NUE LABELLE FL 33935 WITHIN 2
WORK NG DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT
OF THIS NOTICE OF SALE IF YOU


28&h day of August, 2059
BARBARAS BUTLER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Henry County, Flonda
BY,/ S MILLER
DEPUTY CLERK
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO I FISH AN6 LLP
10004 North Dale Marry Hwy,
Tampa, Flonda 33618
332289 ON 9/10,17/09


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STAE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
HENDRYCOUNTY
CIVIL D-SION
CASE NO. 09-CA-89

MORTGAGE CORP,
Plalnlff,
vs
BRUCE PIPKINS A/K/A BRUCE N



AND IF DEC ED, THE RESPEC-
TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVI-
SEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, IENO, AND
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PER-
SONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN TEN-
Defendant(,)
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO BRUCE PIPKINS K/e A BRUCE
N PIPKINS; IF LIVING, INCLUD-
ING ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARK
RIED, AND IF DECEASED THE
RESePECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIpRS,
DEVISE, GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER PER
SONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENANT(S),
Whos resldene are/is unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY Ued o
file yur an r or wntMen de-
ceeding w.th the Clerk of thls
Court, and to eve a copy thereof
Offices of Daniel C Consegra,
9204 Kin Palm Dri, Tamp FL
33619-1328 t/leph one
(813) 915-8660, asi i-
e 915 0559, within thirty
III If the first publication of this
N00i0 0 the n If PII pr-
'eed ng being a suit for foeclo
sue of mortgage against the
foHOwOng descrbed property, to

THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF TH E
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SEC-
TION 35, TOWNSHIP 44
SOUTH, RNAGE 32 EAST,
HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ALSO KNOWN AS LOT NO.
4583 IN MONTURA RANCH
ESTATES.
TO include a:
1997 Merit
VIN FLHML3B121316465A
and 73077477
1997 Meritt,
VIN FLHML3B121316465B
and 73077476
A/K/A
525 S. NOGAL S.
MONTURA RANCHES, FL

If you faIl to file your aner or
written defense in the abe p
Needing, on plaintiff's attorney, a
default will be entered against
ou for the relief demanded in the
Cmplant or Petition
DATED at HENDRY County this
1st day of Sept 2009
SHARON ROBERTSON
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By/S/S Miller
Deputy Clerk
tn aordance with the Amcrccanos
With Diabdllles Act of 1990, per
cns needicnga spdecRI aho -
dation to participate in this
proeedrng should ncocd the
ASA Coordnator no later than
sen (7) days prior to the pro-
eeding If hearing impaired,
plea cll (8o 955 8771 (TDDo)
or (800) 955-8770 (oce), via
Flonda Relay Sea.c
332179 CN 9/10,17/09


NOTICE
AUCTION on Friday,
September 1Ith, 2009
at 9100 a.m. at
1233 N.W, Ave. L,
Bele Glade, Florida
* Prpert,# of Veronica Betterd:
Sofa and love I at w/match- pl
lows, washing machine, 2 sheIves,
and miscellaneous boxes & bags
2fost green wood' frame chadl
w/floral pattern sats and
misellaneous boxes

3 small w- e night stands, ATV110,
washer & dryer, mscellaneous boxes
331984 SUN 9/10,17109


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GLADES COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 22-2008-A-000292
DIVISION:
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,

Defendandt(s).


TO. USA MORTGAGE BUSINESS,
INC
A DISSOLVED CORPORAlION
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS,
c/o Antonio A Bello -
15573 u mhwest 43rd Lane
Miami, FL 33185
CURRENT ADDRESS UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS. UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac on to
f2,-,0-C C nooage the Hll
g ,Property ,n GLADES County,

PARCEL OF LAND IN SECTION 276
TOWNSHIP 40 SOUTH, RANGE 30
EAST, GLADES COUNTY, FLO DA,
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS,
COMMENCING AT THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 27;
THENCE WOUTH 0 DEGREES 03
MINUTES 39 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG THE QUARTER SECTION
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 1354 91 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 37
MINUTES 47 SECONDS WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 1359,60 FEET TO THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE
NORTH HALF OF THE SOUTHWEST
CARTER OF THE NORTHWEST
UARTER OF SECTION 27; THENCE
SOUTH 0 DEGREES 09 MINUTES 09
SECONDS WEST A DISTNACE OF
862.48 FEET TO THE NORTHEST
CORNER OF GENE ROUX 3076
ACRES AND THE POINT-OF-BEGIN-
NING OF THIS DESCRIPTION,
THENCE CONTINUING SOUTH 0 DE-
GREES 09 MINUTES 09 SECONDS
WEST A DISTANCE OF 316 00 FEET,
THENCE NORTH 89 49 MINUTES 22
SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF
1134 47 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION
WITH THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF U.S 27, THENCE
NORTH 0 DEGREES 13 MINUTES 00
SECONDS EAS, ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, A DISTANCE
OF 316 00 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 89
DEGRFFS 49 MINUTES 22 SECONDS
EAST A DISTNACE OF 1138 12 FEET
TO THE SAID POINT OF BEGINNING
OF THIS DESCRIPTION
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a cpyof your
the first publbItRon, If any, on Florida
Default Law Group, RL, Plaintiff's
pirate Lake Drive, Suite 300, Tampa,
Florida 33634, and file the original
with this Court either before se-ite
on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereater, hewis a default will
be entered against you for the elef
demanded I the Complaint or petb-

ThiS nIce shall be published c
weeks in the ClewIston News
WITNESS my hand and the eal of
thls curt on thls 10th day of July,
20089
Joe Flint
Clerk of the Court
BY /s/ Jennifer B
333328 GCD 09/17,24/09




NOTICE
NotIe is hereby g-ven that on
19/2009 at 1100 AM at FORT
NOX SELF STORAGE, 1025 Com-
merce Drie, LaBelle, FL,
8G3-675-1025, the undersgned
FORT KNOX SELF STORAGE, wIl sell
at Public Sale by ompetitve bidding,
the personal property hereofore
stored with the undersigned by'
Calvin O'Bannon
Abel Domiguez & Noemth Guzman
147, MISC Items
Jeff Harris
D-6, MIH Items

332G66 CN 09/10,17/09


IN TE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HENDRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 08-1287-CA
WELLS FARGO BANK, N A
Plant,
PICARDO BALDERAS; ANGELICA
BALDERAS, and all unknown pa rties
calming by, though, under or
against the herein amed Defen
dants who are IIt known to be
dead or alive, whether saed unknown
parties caimd as heirs, devIees
grantees, assgnees, Ileno cred-
to, trustees, spous, or other cla-
mants, TENANT #1 and/or TENANT
#2, the par intended to account
for the peson or persons in posesi
Defendan-


Notice is heeby glen that, pusu
ant to the Final udgment of Foeclo-
sure dated July 24, 209, in this
u, I wll ll the property situat
ed in HE DRY County, Flonda, de
dcibe asN
LOT 10, BLOCK 4, W.T. MA-
DOX FIRST ADDITION TO
ENGLEWOOD TERRACE, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 3, PAGE 107, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF HENDRY
COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER
WITH AMOBILE HOME LOCAT-
ED THEREON AS A PERMA-
NENT MIXTURE AND
APPURTENANCE THERETO,
DESCRIBED AS A 2006 HMMT
DOUBLEWIDE, ID VIN NUM-
BERS FLHML2N167329590A &
FLHML2N1G732990B, ITRLE
NUMBERS 98185819 &
98185722, AND DECAL NUM-
BERS 12367031 & 12367032.
a/k/a 699 Maddox Street
Labelle, Florida 33935
at pubic .le, to the highest and
best bidder, for cah,, in front of the
offi of the Clerk of the Clerk of Cr
cut Court being on the second floor
of the admnstaton building of the
Hendrl County Courthoul, LaBelle,
HENDRY Countyh orda at 11a00
o'clock am, on September 30,
20O9
Any coCn cla n iateee in
the surplus from the sale, if any
other than the property owner as
the date of the lib pendens must file
a caim within 60 adays after the sale
Dated at Labelle, Florida, this 28th
day of August, Mi9
Barbara F Butler
Clerk of the CR Ut Court,
By /S/ D Hammond
Deputy Clerk
F YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A
DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY
ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER
TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO-
EEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED,
T NOCO COST TO YOU, TO THE
REVISION OF CERTAIN ASSIS-
I "CE. PLEASE CONTACT THE
EPUTY COURT ADMINISTRA-
-OR WHOSE OFFICE IS LOCAT-
D AT THE CHARLOTTE COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, E. MARION AVE-
.UE, PUNTA GORDA, FL 33950,
ND WHOSE TELEPHONE NUMA
ER IS (941) 637-2281, WITH-
N TON WORKING DAYS OF
aOUR RECEIPT OF THIS NO-
TICE; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR
VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL
1-800-955-8771.
332181 CN 9/10,17/09




NOTICE OF REGULAR
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
SUPERVISORS OF THE
CENTRAL COUNTY WATER
CONTROL DISTRICT
You are hereby noified that the
Regular Meeting of the Bord of
Supervisors of the Cenl County
Water Contl Dstct wll by held
on Wednesday September 23d
9 at 7 pm at the Central
County Conferene Room Iocaed
at 475 S. Cabbage Palm It Mon
-ur Ranch Estates, Clewison
Flonda The purpose o thls meet-
ingd ws retnead any and III but,
ne. which may IIme before the
Beard If a peI n decd. to ap-
peal the decision of the Board of
Supersr with espect t any
matter considered at the publc
meeting or hearing herein re-
ferred he or she may need to in
sue that a verbatim record of the
preedengs is made, whdch
Iord incId the tesImon and
evidence upon which the appeal is
332530 CN 9/17/09

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GLADES COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 26-2008-CA-00161
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,

EVELIO DOP0 CO A/K/A VELLO F
Defendant(s)
NOTICE Of RESCHEDULED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pusu-
ant to an Order R hedulng Fore-
closure Sale dated September 1,
2009 and entered in Case No,
26-2008-CA-000161 of the Circuit
Court Of the TWENTIETH Judical
C0-uit in and for HENDRY County,
Flonda wherein WELLS FARGO
BANK, NA, i the Plaintiff and EE-
LIO DOP1CO A/K/A EVELIO F DOPI
CO FERNANDEZ, al the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at STEPS
OF THE GLADES COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE at ll00AM on the 1st day
of October 2009, e following de-
rhavbed property as et forth in id
Final Judgment
THE NORTH 332.80 FEET OF
THE SOUTH 1664.00 FEET OF
THE EAST ONE-HALF OF THE
WEST ONE-HALF OF THE
NORTHWEST ONE-QUA ER
OF SECTION 9, TOWNSHIP 42
SOUTH, RANGE 28 EAST,
GLADES COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ALSO KNOWN AS TRACT 8,
MUSE RANCHe"Tes, UNIT "B"
AS RECORDED IN O.R. BOOK
64, PAGE 550, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF GLADES
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 560 NW PINE AVENUE,
LABELLED FL 33935
Any Pe, c 0n0inet i
the surplus from the le, any
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Is Pendens must file
a claim within sit (60) days after
the sale,
WT-NESS MY HAND and the seal
of ths ourt on September 2, 2009
0 oe F lRnt
Clerk of the Circuit Coudrt
By /S/ Jennifer SeIS
*-e1 Americans with Disabilities
accordance wih the Amena ns
with DIsabillte Act, persons needing
pate in this pro ding should cn
tact the DepUty Court Admmnstator
wh.,e o is Ioated at Lee
County Jusic Center, Room 3112,
1700 Monr S0Met, Fort Mye
Flonda 3391, telephone number
(813) 335 2299, 1-800955-8771
(TDD, or 1 800 9558770 v, v
Flonda Relay S ilce not later than
en (7) days prior to this pro d-
332349 CN 9/10,17/09
IN THE COUNTY COURT FOR
GLADES COUNTY, FLORIDA
Ca. No. 09CCG9
Dick Seegmlller and MuRa Seegamller,

EIco Schofield,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Elim Schofleld Defendant,
Iand toa pariecamng nter-
Nit by, through, under or
against Defendantc
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that you
have been designated as defendant
in a legal proceeding filed against
you Iot Evlcton, past Due Rent and

The action was instituted in the
County Court, Glades County, FlorI-
da, and IS styled DICK SEEGMILLER
and JULIA SEEGMILLER vs ELISE
SCHOFIELD
You are required to I a copy
of your wn"en defenses, if an/, to
the aton on Dick Seegmller and
Julia Seegmlller, 109 Huntley Court,
La"e Plaid, FL 33852, on or before
September 24, 2009, and file the
original with dhe clerk of this court
immediately after se, ce; othed- e,
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the coim
plaint or petlton
The Court has authorty in this suit
to enter a judgment or dec i In the
Plalntlffs interest which wlll be bind
ing upon you
DATED. Aug. 20, 2009.

Clerk of the County Court
Glade County, Florida
By /S/ Bnny Rhymes
331302 GCD 8/27;9/3,10,17/09


IN THE CIRCUIT 0OF THE 20th
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,


Wach, Ban, NA.

W0llam, M Sandes and Cynthia B
Sande Husb and Wife,
Defendan (s)


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur
an to an Order of Final Judment
of Foelosu dated August 28,
2009, entered in C.I1 ad No
009 CA 00264 o the Crcuit Court
of the 20th Judicia rcu in and for
Henry Coun..% Flonda wherein Wa-
Cheoa Bank,0 A, Paintiff and Wi-
iam M Sandes and Cnthia B
fendant s), I will sel to the hiccest
and be bidder for cash IN FRONT
OF THE OFFI OFOF TH CLERK OF
THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE HENDE
RY COUNTY COURTHOUSE (BEING
THE 2ND FLOOR HALLWAY F THE
HENDRY COURTS BUILDING) LA-
BELLE FLORIDA AT H'0 A on
de property as set forth in
id Fnal Judgment, R oit

LOT 5, LESS THE EAST 20 FEET,
ALL OF LOT 6 AND THE EAST 20
FEET OF LOT 7, BLOCK 2, WT
MADDOIXS FIRST ADDITION TO
BELMONT, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN
LAT BOOK 3, PAGE 8, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF HENRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A


YOU ARE ENTITLED AT NO CO
TO YOU, TO THE REVISION OF
CERTAIN ASSISTANCE PLEASE
CONTACT HENDRY COUNTY COURT-
NUE LABELLE FL 33935 WITHIN 2
WORKiNG DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT
OF THIS NOTICE OF SALE IF YOU
ARE HEARING IMPAIRED CALL
1800 955 8771, IF YOU ARE VOICE
IMPAIRED CALL 1800 955 8770
DATED at LABELLE Florida this
E28h deay Of Augus, 20o9
BARBARA S BUTLER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Henry County, Florida
DEPUT CLERK
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
10004 North Dale Marry Hwy,
TampaS Flornda 33618
09 129133
332290 CN 9/10,17/09





NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
HENDRY COUNTY TOURIST
DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

Henry County TouIst Develop
Pent Councll hold a regular
meeting at 30 p m Tuesday,
September 22, 2009, at the Hend
ry County Admlnlstrt- e Office
conference Room IoIted at 165
S Lee Street, LaBelle, FL This
meeting i, open to the public
The meetn Sid is acesble by
the disableg
If a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the Board with
at such m't'ng or hearing,
he/she will need a record of the
proceeding, and that, for such
purpo, he/she may need to en
su- that a Ierbatm rerd of the

den. upon which the appeal is to
be baed
Henry County
Tounst Development Council
Karn Turner Chairman
33334a CGS/CB 0917/09

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September 17, 2009 Serving the communities south of Lake Okeechobee 19


IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 20th IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, 20TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY,
Cale A: 2008-CA-000242 FLORIDA
porgnan c hase Bark CIVIL DIVISION
NahonaltA latlon, CAE No 09-117-C
Plaintiff, CT ON T JIONLL 0000
-_ bulHSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSO
Mareo Fernand CIATON, AS TRUSTEE UNDER TEHE
Defendants) POOLING AND SERVICING AGREE-
MENT DATED AS OF NOVEMBER 1,
NOTILC E SU OSL 2006, FREMONT HOME LOAN TRUST
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- Platiff
Ssuant to a Order of Final Judgment
of Forelosure dated Agus 28, LLM STEWART MY
20 000 242 of the Cl Court STEWART, BANK OF AMERICA, NA,
of the 20th Judiial Cr n and for COAST BANK OF FLORIDA, UN
Hendry County, Flonda, were KNOWN PERSONS) IN POSSESSION
PMoran Chae Bank, National A OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY,
socaton, Paintiff and Man o Feman Defendants
dez are defendant l ell
the highest andbest der
IN FRONT OF THE OFFICE OF THE RLOS SL
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
THE HENRY COUNTY COURT
HOUSE (BEING THE 2N FLOOR NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN pu
HALLW Y OF T H NDRY COURS at t a nal Judgment of oreco-
BUILDING, LABELLE FLORIDA, AT sure dated August 28, 2009, and
S00 A on September 23 2009 entered in Ca No 0 17CA, of
the follobi derbed property as the Cit Court of the 20th udlal
et forth in sad Fnal Judgment, to- Clrct in and for HENDRY County,
wit Florda HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE UNDER
LOTS 9 AND 10, BLOCK 31 MON- THE POOLING AND SERVICING
AGREEMENT DATED AS OF NOVEM-
TU RNCH STTES, FIRST BER 1, 0 FREMONT HOME LOAN
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO TRUST 2006D i Plaintiff and WIL
LTAM O STEWART JR, AMY O
THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORD STEWA RT UNKNOWN PERS )
DIN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES 37-39, IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
INCLUSIVE OF THE PUBIC PROPERTY; BANK OF AMERICA, NA;
INCLUSIVE, OF THE PUBLIC S BNK OF FLORIDA, are d
RECORDS OF HENDRY COUNT, fendants I will "el to the highest
FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH 1996 and beot bidder for crh on the 2nd
Flr Haleway n Front Oie of
46X26, UMITED, MOBILE HOME Clerk of Courts, mnlaton Bdg,
ID NO FLA14610632A AND Hendy Co. Courhou, at 25 East
Hlpocl Labeoe n Hendy
FLA14610632B AND TITLE NO County FL, at00 am, t
72997309 AND 72997311, WHICH 30th day of September, 2009, the
IS PERMANTLY AFFIXED TO foh d Fnaludgment to wit
REAL PROPERTY
THE WEST HALF (W 1/2) OF
THE SOUTM 59 FEET OF THE
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN- EAST 850 FEET OF THE WEST
TERST IN THE SURPLUS FROfM HALF (W 1/2) OF THE SOUTH-
TRST IN THE SURPLUS FROM WEST QUARTER (SW 1/4) OF
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER CIAN SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 43
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF SOUTH RANGE 28 EAST,
HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA,
THCE 0AT OF THE US PENDENS LESS THE SOUTH 50 FEET
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 THEREOF FOR ROAD RIGHT-
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
IF OC ARE A PERSON W0 HA A pen A lmng an interest in the
D ^SABIIT ii NEDSON AP AC ii surplui from the sale, if any, other
DISAB.FLE WHO NEEDSAN t I e n
COMMODATION IN ORDER TO PAR than the property owner asof the
TICIATE IN THIS PROCEEING, date of the is pendens but e a
YOU ARE ENTITLED AT NO COs clalmwithin 0daysaer d he le
TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF Dated this 31 day of August, 2009
CERTAIN ASSISTANCE pLEASE
CONTACT HENRY COUNTY COURT BARBRA S BUTLER
HOUSE 25 EAST HICKPOCHEE AVE As Clerk of aid Court
E BELLE F 3 WITHIN 1 By IS M er
W9 N 0010S OF YOUR RECEIPT ia Deputy Cero
OF THIS NOTICE OF LE IFU Ths notle prYded puuant toe
ARE HEARING IMPAIRED CALL Thl 1 p u
1-800-955-8771, IF YOU ARE VOICE Admstratve Order NO 2
IMPAIRED ALL 1-800-955-8770 I, accordance with the American
DATED at LABELLE Florda, this it D llles Act, f you area per
28th day of August 29 son with a dsabll who needs any
accmmodatlon in order to pati-
BARBARA S BUTLER pate n th proceeding you a en
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT ied at no cost to you to provisions
Hendry ounty, r orda of rtain as tane Please ontac
Sthe Court Administrator at 25 East
DYEi"CLERK Hc06poche, LaBelle, FL 33935,
ATTORNEY FOR PIINTIF N Phone NOa 941) 331-2299 ithin 2
S 1 FSHM9N p working days ofIn yur b receipt of this
10004 North Dale Mary Hwy, otice or plead, if you are hearing
Sulte 112 impaired, a I l800995 8770V)Via
Ta Florida 3361 F lorida Relay ces)
911/ 332202 CN 09/10,17/09
332184 CH 9/10,17/09


Fp-2 009-38
HENRY COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
HENRY COUNTY HOUSING PROGRAM
Hendry County hereby requests PROPOSALS from qualified bidder for the
demolbton and nstructuon of replacement housing for up to en (7)
single family housing unit located in Hend County as a part of the Hend-
ry County Housing Program which consists of Hucane Houng Revery
Program, Community Development Block Grants (Z10 and 08), and

opoals are due no later than 10 00 a m Eastern Time on Thurday, Oc-
tober 15, 2009 and delivered or mailed to Ms Barbara Buter Hendry
County Clerk of the Court, Post Offce Box 1760, 25 E HRckpochee Avenue
LaBelle, Flonda 33975-170 (the Count wll not aume a respond ty
for ppols ree d pat the bid opening tme) Any and all proposals
received after this time and date will not be opened or considered
ropos should be submitted in earate ealed envelope marked
"HENDRY COUNTY HOUSING PROGRAM DEMO/REPLACEMENT RFP#"
n acodance with the instruction distributed at the mandatory wa thru
m ting All bds must be accompanied by coWpy of en and proof of i
surane if not already provided to County No contactor wll be awarded
more than three (3) home unl they are able to demonstrate that they
have the financial pacty, staffing, and ablty to finish pjets within the
sihfed completion time
For specific pro t information, contact M. Nancy Phillips at 561432 1524
or by FAX a 51-432-734 Bids wil be opened as n after the 1000
a m ubmln be on Cursday, October 15, 2009 in the Hendry
County Cleri ODRce, Second Foor, at the Hendr County Court Houe in
LaBelle.

A mandatory meeting and contractor walkthru for view of thee projects
will be held on Thursday October 1, 2009 at 110 am, In the lobby of the
Hendr County SHIP Office, late at 1615 S Lee Street Cour Hou
Square in LaBelle Any firm not reprinted at this m ng wll be unable

L1.OS a.m in order to participate n this RFP
Hendry County reer the right to accept or rejeH bids Hendry County
Is an Equa Oppotunity Employer9 atVely kng Mnorty Contrator Par
tclpati n and promotes Fair Housing
Janet B Taylor
Chalrpers/n, BOCC
333416 CB/CN 917,24/09


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SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
PUBLIC NOTICE OF WORK PLAN
Noce is hereby given hat puruant to The Water Right Compact Among
the Seminole Tnbe of Florida, The State of Florida, and The South Floda
Water Management DIrbI the 1It Amendment of the 22nd Annual
Work Plan of the Semrole Tribe of Forida has been submitted to the
South Florida Water Management District
The Semnole Tribe of Flonda, 6073 Strng Road, Howood, FL 33024, has
submitted, on September 4, 2009 the 1stI Amendment to the 22d An-
nual ork Plan to includ the following projects Big Cypss Seminol
Indian Rervation 1) Cemetery Impoement and Expanson
(S1T48/R33E) the project se consists of 10 are, 2)Fred Hall Home
site construct a 4-inch irngatn well for landapng The activity wll not
use more than 100 gallon of water per day Immokalee Reeration:
1) Bapbst Church in Immoalee (S10/T47R29E) nstruct a 4inch ir
gatIon well The ailty will u an estimated 6000 gallon per appication
wice per week
C-onut Creek Tribal Tru Land (Trad 65): 1) Master Drainage Plans
for Commerce Center of Coconut Creek Conceptual Permit Modfia
Lton (S1I= 81/R42E) develop 88 acres of proper in acrdance th
proposed Master Devopment Plan, dated within the Commerce Center of
Coconut Ceek that contains Trct 65, a Trnbal Trust Property, which is with
in the CoI mar NW Drainage Basin in the City of Cocnut Creek in Broward
County Prposed mprments include lae fll and excavation, upgrade
to a poion ofte extn tormwater management rr ure and on-
nection to the Coomar NW Dranage Ban The Work Plan derbes e.x
istg and propod actes on Seminole land The Bnghton Reea1tion
is ated in Gades County Township 40 South, Range 32 East, Township
39 South, Range 32 East, Tcnshlp 39 South, Range 33 East, Township 38
South, Range 33 East The mmoalee Reeraton is oted in Collier
County Townsh 47 South Range 29 EaSt The Big Cypes Reseaton is
in Henry County, Township 47 Suth, Range 32-34 East Te
Holiwod RePrnon i oted n Broward Contyi TownRhip 5051
South, Range 41 East,
Infteo ted p9ns muay yrmmen upon te Wor Plan or puymb a iwnten
request for a opy of the Staff Report containing proposed agency action
regarding the Wor Plan by wntng to' Envrnmental Resource Regulation
south lord Water Management District, PO Box 2460, West Palm Beah,
IL 334160 680, such comments or requests must be Ireled within 30
days from the date of publhation
No further publ notice wll be provided regarding this Wor Plan A copy
of the Staff Report mu be requested in order to reman advised of further
proceedings Substantiay affected perons are entitled to request an Ad-
ministrative Hearng regarding the proposed agen action by submtting a
wntten request therog reviewing the Staff Report
333316 CGS 09/17/09


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IN THECIRCUIT COURT OF
THE TENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
HENRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 08-001194-CA
WELLS FARGO BANK, N A
Pla ntif
CHRISTINA K PATrERSON, WIL-
LIM PATERSON, and all unkrwn
paTes lalmn by through under
r against the rein named Defen-
dant, who are not known to be
dead or aive, whether aid unknown
pames caim as her, devies
gnLees, asignees, lenob, credl-
tors, trustees, spoua or other cla
mants, TENANT #1 and/or TENANT
#2, the parties intended to account
for the pern or pero in poorse
sion, PORT LABELLE UNIT FOUR
PROPERTY HOMEOWNERS' ASSO
CIATION, INC; PRIME ACCEPTANCE
CORP
Defendants
O IIICELTL- E
NOt is hereby given tht, puru
ant to the Summary Final judgment
of Foreclosure dated July 24, 2009,
in this ue I will the property
situated in HENDRY County, Florida,
decnbed as'
LOT 39, BLOCK 2150, PORT
LABELLE, UNIT 4, AS PER PLAT
THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 3, PAGE 86, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF HENRY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
6k/a 4064 E. Sunflower Cirle
Labelle, Florida 33935
at public sle, to the hghet and
best bidde for cash, in front of the
oTfi of the Cerk o the Clerk of Cir-
cuit Court being on the second floor
of the adm nstraton budding of the
Hendr Count C CourhouX LaBelle,
HENDRY County, Florida, at 11'0
'clock am, on September 23,
2009,
the surplus rom the le, f any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Is pendens must file
a caim within 60 days after the sale
Dated at Labelle, Florida, this 28th
day of August, 2009
Barbara F Butler
Clerk of the Circut Court
By'/s/S Miler
Deputy Clerk
F YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A
) STABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY
A,.COMMODATION IN ORDER
PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO-
EDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED,
I NO COST TO YOU,E TO HE
VISION OF CERTAIN ASSiS-
NCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE
1':PUTY COURT ADMINISTRA-
-1R WHOSE OFFICE IS LOCAT-
)1 AT THE CHARLOTTE COUNTY
3URTHOUSE, E. MARION AVE-
IJE, PUNTA GORDA, FL 33950,
I .D WHOSE TELEPHONE NUM-
R IS (941) 637-2281, WITH-
N TWO WORKING DAYS OF
YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS NO-
VICE; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR
VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL
1"800-955-8771.
324708 CN 6/25;7/2/


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR HENRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2008-926-
LASALLE BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIA
TION AS TRUSTEE FOR FIRST
FRANKLIN MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST,
MORTGAGE LOAN ASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2007FF2
Plaintiff
LARRY P VEA, CARISSA CREBS
A/K/A CARISSA R CREBS, MORT
GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTERADTON
SYSTEMS, INC, AS NOMINEE FOR
FIRST FRANKLIN, A DIVISION OF
NATIONAL CITY BANK, and any un
known heo devices, grantees,
crediors, and other unknown per-
sons or unknown pous drmung
by, through and under any of the
avenamed Defendants,
Defendants
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE Is hereby gwen that the
undergned Clerk of the Ciuit
Court o Hendry County, Floda, wll
on the 23rd day of September, 2009,
at 11 00 o'clock AM, at the Front of
the Office of the Cler of the C t
Court in the Hendry County Court-
hou, being the 2nd Floor Hallwy
of the Hendry County Courthose
Buldng, LaBelle Florida offer for
sale and 11 at pubic outcry to the
highest and best bidder for ash, the
following derlbed property situate
in Hendry County, Florda
Lots 10 & 11, QUESTEND SUB-
DIVISIN of Block No. 4 of
the City of Labelle, acrding
to the map or plat thereof re-
coded in Plat Book 1 PaBge 9
of the PubhIc Rerds of Hend-

puIuant to the Final Judmen en-
tered in a cae pending in ad
Court, the sle of which i Indated
above
Any pe.n or entity dl mlng an
interest n the urplus, f an, result-
ing from the foreclosure sle, other
than the pperty owner as of the
date of the Ls Pendeni, muPt file a
caim on uame with the Clerk of
Cour within 60 days after the fore
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of ad Court this 31t day of
August, 2009.
If you are a peron with a
dlability who needs any acm-
modation in order to participate
in this proeeding, you are en-
tied, at no ost to you, to the
Please intact the DepI I Court
Adminisbator who ofice is Io-
,ted at Hendry County Court
hs, 125 Pratt Bird, LaBelle,
Florida 33935 and whose phone
number is (941)675-5217, with-
in 2 rklng days of your re
celpt of this Notie; ifyou are
hearing or voice impaired, call
1-800-955-8771
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By /s/ S Miler
Deputy Clerk
332276 CN 9/10,17/09


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O1ell Howard, Chla
I cndry County Lo-al Planning Ag c


DISSTON ISLAND CONSERVATION DISTRICT
NOTICE BUDGET HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER
2000447, FLORIDA ACTS OF 2000, THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
DISSTON ISLAND CONSERVANCY DISTRICT HAS CAUSED TO BE PRE-
PARED A BUDGET OF THE COST OF MAINTAINING AND OPERATING ALL
OF THE WORK AND IMPROVEMENTS OF THE DISTRICT FOR THE PERIOD
BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2009 AND ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2010; THE
SAME MAY BE EXAMINED AT UNITED STATES SUGAR CORPORATION, SAM
WILLIAMS OFFICE, 2025 W US HIGHWAY 27, CLEWSTON, FLORIDA THE
DIRECTORS OF DISSTON ISLAND CONSERVANCY DISTRICT WILL MEET
AT UNITED STATES SUGAR CORPORATION, SAM WILLIAMS OFFICE, 2025
W US HIGHWAY 27, CLEWISTON, FLORIDA ON SEPTEMBER 22, 2009 AT
1100 AM, FOR THE PURPOSE OF HEARING OBJECTIONS AND COM
PLAINTS WITH RESPECT TO SAID BUDGET
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
DISTON ISLAND CONSERVANCY DISTRICT
SAM WILLIAMS, CHAIRMAN
333372 CGS 9/17/09

Get a quick response to The classified are the
any item you may be sell- most successful sales-
ing with a classified ad. person in town.

Reading a newspaper Time to clean out the
helps you understand attic, basement and/or
the world around you. garage Advertise your
No wonder newspaper yard sale in the classi-
readers are more suc- fieds and make your
cessful people! clean up a breeze'


JI n3 R TaylorChatyom
i ndry County Bord
of Colnn Comlnan1Slners


REQUEST FOR BIOS
HOMELAND SECURITY EXERCISE
EVALUATION PROGRAM (HSEEP)
APPROVED EXERCISES
BID NUMBER: 2009-37
OPENING DATE AND TIME: September 30, 2009 at 2:00 p.m.
Sealed Bids will be rrelved by the Board of County CormmI owner o
Hendry County, Forda, for "Homeland Seurty Exle Evaluabon Pro
gram HSEEP) Appoed Exeies. Bidde must be Homeland Se
cunty rExeri Evaluation Program (HSEEP) ertfied. In order L
be consdered, bids must reived by the Bd of County Co mmlloner
at the C E Hall Buldng (Clerk' Offe in the Hendry County Courthou
Comply, 25 E. Hickpohee Avenue LaBelle, Florda by September 30
2009 at 2'00 p m, at which time all responses to this request will be re
corded in the p,,n,, of one or more withies
A p of the Insrucons and Bid Doumenti ca be obtained form th
Henry county Purchasing Department, dated at 165 See Street, La
Bell, Floda (for pick up), Pot ff Box 2340, LaBelle, FL 33975 (mal
ng address) or by lng (863) 675 5220 or (863) 983 1585.
This iaton does not ommit Hedry County to award any contract tF
pay any csts Incurred in the preparauon o a response to ths Bd, or t
contract for any ces The County rese the night to reect any or al
submittals eceived as a result of this ctabon, or to cancel n part or r
its entrety this Bid, fit in the best interest of the County to do so
Hendry County is an Equa Opportunity Employer and
Drug/Smoke Free Work Place
Janet B, Taylor, Chair
Board of County Commioners
333419 CB/CN 9/17,24/09


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS


TIe LPA wll dter mine rof happ iaon is. onsistot hie Hendr County Comprehensive Plan and will review the apphcatron for
consisncy with dt, I Icnd County Land DEvelopmnt Code










Pedtion Number: SE9 (I12
ppicant Mr IyaL St, reprented y H L Bennett, P, PL
Ordinance title: A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF HENDRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA, GRANTING A SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO ALLOW HEAVY RECREATIONAL USES IN A
GENERAL AGRICULTURE (A-2) ZONING DISTRICT
Location: 8u( North SR 29, Felda, FI
Property size: 48 2 acres +/
Request: .


Legal esription of subject property:

DESCRIPTION:
THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 45S, RANGE 29E, HENRY HENDRY
COUNTY, FLORIDA EXCEPTING THERE FROM THE FOLLOMCNG DESCRIBED PARCEL SITUATED IN SAID SECTION
21, TO-WIT BEGINNING AT A POINT 44O FEET SOUTH OF THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID SECTION 21,
THENCE EAST 210 FEET, THENCE SOUTH 420 FEET, THENCE WEST 210 FEET, THENCE NORTH 420 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING LESS THE RIGHT OF WAY FOR STATE ROAD 29


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
GLADES COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2009CP21
IN RE. ESTATE OF
GUY s. LOUGHEED,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE'
You are hereby nohed that an
Order of Summary Administration
has been entered in the estate of
Guy S, Lougheed deceased, Fe
Number 200921, by the Circuit
Court for Glade County, Florda
Probate Division, the address of
which is 50 Avenue ], Moore
Haven, Florida 3341171; that the Deae-
dent's date of death was May 4
2009, that the total v ue of the s
ate i approximately One Thousand
Seven Six and 91T Dollar
1,076.91) and that the name and
addresses those to whom t has
been assigned by such order arem
N'me iAddres
Cared tor None

Benfciaris
William Walter Lougheed
11404 Gibraltar Place
Temple Terrae, Florida 33618
Ann Kathryn Genschaw
202 Vlla Tee
Highland Vllage Texas 75077
There Mane Hitchcock
2066 County Road 16
Plymouth, New York 13832
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NO
TITLED THAT.
All credtors of the estate of the
Decedent and persons haIng clams
or demand against the estate of the
Decedent other than those for whom
provision forfull payment was made
n the Order of Summary Aidmlstra-
n mut file their c aims with this
court WITHN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION 733 702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED,
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER
APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
The date of fit publcaon of this
NotlicI Sept. 10th, 2009.
Attorney or Person Gvng Nobce.
Johua T Keleske
Attorney for PetMtoner
Florlda Bar NO 0548472
Joshua T eleske, PA
4300 W Cypress St
Suite 980
Tamp, F 133607
Telephone (813 254-0044
Person Gvng Nobce.
WILLIAM W LOUGHEED
11404 Gbrater Place
Tampa, Fonda 33617
332831 GCD 9/17,24/09


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GLADES COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 22-2008-CA-000118

BANK OF AMERICA, N A,
Plaintiff,
GERRY MOORE AK0A GERALDINE
MOORE, et al,
Defendants).
NOTICE Of RESCHEDULED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu
ant to an Order Reschedulng Fore
cloure Sale dated August 27, 2009
and entered in Case No 22 2008
CA-00118 of the Circuit Court of
the TWENTIETH Judical Circuit in
and for GLADES County, Florida
wherein BANK OF AMERICA, N.A, is
the Plaintiff and GERRY MOORE
AK/A GERALDINE MOORE; AL-
STORKE E MOORE; are the Defen-
dants, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at SEPS OF
THE GLADES COUNTY COURT
HOUSE at 11 OOAM, on the 1t day
of October, 2009, the following de
snbed property as set forth in sad
Final Jugmet

LOT 5, BLOCK 37, PORT LA-
BELLE UNIT 102, A SUBDI-
SION ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 66, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF GLADES
COUNTY, FLORIDA
A/K/A LOT 5 KRAFT CIRCLE
LABELLE, FL 33471

eny person cdaimng an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis endens must file
a claim within sixty (60) days after
the sale,
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court on August 31, 2009.
Joe Flint
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By IS/ ennrer 8eis
Deputy Clerk
**See Amricanas ith
Disabilities Act*
In accordance with the Ameri-
cans with Disabilties Act, per
sons needing a special
scommodatlon to participate in
this proceeding should contact
the Deputy Court Administrator
whose office is located at Lee
County Justice Center, Room
3112, 1700 Monroe Street, Fort
Myers, Florida 33901, telephone
number (813) 335-2299;
1-00955-8771 (TDD), or
1-800-955-0770 (v), via Florida
Relay Service, not later than
seven (7) days pror to this pro-
ceeding.
332352 CN 9/10,17/09


REQUEST FOR UALIICATIONS FOR DESIGN OF
WIDENIN G AND RESURFACING CR 78 FROM OLD CR 78 TO
SLAUGHTERHOUSE CURVE APPROXIMATELYL 2.3 MILES) IN
HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA
RFQ. No: 209-36
OPENING DATE: Wednsday, September 23, 2009
Henry County is eking engineering firms interested in providing profe
l i in connetIon wth the design of CR 78 o Ol CR 7t
laugherhous CCue (approximately 23 miles) n Hendy County, Florida
Must have expert in construction d ign for Roadway improvements
'roposrs shal have all erces aaleabe or may propose multiple
irms whih have joined together eto pride the vaio requned dhspl
ces in order to offer a complete submission Individuals and
Sprper registered e State Florda are enou ed a to ubmit
heir qualfictions for niderabon All submttals (e Secon I Sub
ions Requment) ceed n response thi RF wll be vewed
y a County Eluaton Committee Iordr to be nsi ubmtal
ust be received by the Board of CountyCoomm ioners at the C E Hall
Buldng Clerks OMce) in the Hendry Coun urthou Complex, 25 E
ickpohee Avenue, LaBele Florida by 2,00 p.m., September 23, 2009, at
hich time all respon to this request will be worded in the pre-nce of
)ne aor moe witnse
A copy of the Instrutlons and RFQ Documents can be obtained from the
Hendry County Engneeng Office, late at 99 E Cowboy Way, LaBelle,
L (for pick up) Pst Office Box 2340, LaBcIe, FL 33975 makingg address)
f by caing (863) 675 5222 Instructions and RFQ documents will be
emaied upon request however, Hendy County wll not guarantee the ac-
uracy or completene of documents ent via ema l
he so tateon doe not commit Hendry County t award any ntats, to
lay any co o curred in the preparation of a response to this RFa O or to
:ontrat for any serv The County reserve the right to reject any or al
oubnmltoas eceied as a eult of this solitation or to chance in part or in
Entirety this RFQ if it s n the bet interest of the County to do so
Hendry County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actiely eks
Mlnonty and Diadvantaged Busrne Enterpnv e parclpaton.
Sof CountyCooD mmnmoners
anetB. Tayor
332042CBCN 9/3,10,17/09


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
20TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR HENRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 0 9-4 -CA
INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK, FSB, AS
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO INDY
Pli 00
JOHN G COOK SR, IJUDIH A
COOK, UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY;
Defendants

FORECLOSURESALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN puu-
ant to a Fina Judgment of Foreclo
sure dated August 28 2009, and
entered in Case No 09 43 CA, of the
rcut Court of the 20th udcial Cir
cut in and for HENRY County
lord INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK
FSB AS SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST
TO INDYMAC BANK, FSB IS Planff
and JOHN G COOK SR and JUDITH
SCOOK, are defendants will 11
to the highest and best bidder for
cash on the 2nd Floor Halway, in
Front of Office of Cer of Courts
Administration Bidg, Hendry CO,
Courthoue-, at 25 East Hckpoch.
Labelle in Hendry County, FL, at
1100 a m, on the 30th day of Sepa
member, 2009, the following de
rlbed property as set forth in aid
Final judgment to tt
LOT 13, HIDDEN HAMMOCK
SUBDIVISION UNIT 2, A SUB-
DIVISION ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6,
PAGE 140, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF HENDRY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A pen caimi ng an intert in the
surplus from me sle, if any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the is pendens but file a
caim within 60 days after the sle
Dated this 28th day of August,
2009
BARBARAS BUTLER
As Clerk of said Court
By Is/D Hammond
As Deputy Clerk
This notice is rovded ursuant to
Admlnistrati rdter No 2065,
In accrdance with the Amerians
with Disabilities Act, if you a a per
len wh a dlsebll who teds a'
aommodaton in order to W aic
pate in this prceding, you are entl
of a" stan PlI Contact
the Court Admnistmrator at 25 East
Hikpohee, LaBelle, FL 33935,
Phone No (941 335-2299 ithln 2
working days oyour ept of this
n ieor pleading; if yu ae hearing
impaired, 1 160--995-8770(V)(Via
Florida Rele serces
332174 CNa69/10,17/09


REQUEST FOR QULIFICATIONS FOR
AIRPORT DEVLOPMeNT AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL
ENGINEERING SERVICES IN HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA
RFQ. No. 2009-39
OPENING DATE: Oober 15, 2009, at 2:00 p.m.
Hendry County is seeing engneenn firms interested n providing p
fessonal se n conneion with the rp Developmen and Other
Profsona Eng neerng Sec which may clude but nt be mlted to
eveng pl desgn and rc onruction pha se l seves1 fr delop
fe lle ort a o II aviation a nd nn-
avabon project a l to the a within the County as may be
needed Indildual and firm pmIor e tle in the State of Florida
are encouged to submit their qua cat or on deraion, l submit
talks (e ection IV, Subm on Rqurements) received in response to
ths FQl be reviewed by a County Evauation Commtee In order to
be cmodered, submitta must be meed by the Board of County Con
m one at the C, E Hal Buldg (Cl Oie) in he Hende y County
Courthouse Complex, 25 E Hikpochee Avenue, LaBelle Flonda by 2 00
p m Ocber i5, 2009 at which time all response to this request will be
cored in the presce o oone or more witnesses
A copy of the nstrucons and RQ Documentsr cabe obtained from the
Hendr County Purchasing Oe, located at 165 S Lee Street, LaBele, FL
(for pick up) Post Office Box 2340, LaBelle, FL 33975 (malng address) or
by llng (863) 675-5220 Instruction and RE document will be
maled upon request, however, Hendry County wll not guarantee the ac-
curacy or completeness of documents sent via emall,
The slctabon does not ommt Hendry County to award any contracts,
to pay any costs Incurred in the preparation of a respon to this RF or
to contact for any ces The County reselves the right to reject any or
toall sbmas re d as a rrT ult of this ltaton or to cance n part or
n its entirety this RF, it enters t the County t the County to do so
Hendry County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actely seeks
Me"onty and Disdvantaged Busmess Enterprise particOlpahon
Board of County Commisoner
Janet B Taylor, Chalrwoman
33345 CB/CN 9/17,24,O10/1,8/09

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
HENDRY COUNTY CONSTRUCTION LICENSING BOARD
Notice Is hereby gen that the Hendry County Constl ton Licensing
Board wll hold a meeting Thursday, September 24, 2009 at 6,00 p.m., at
the Hendry County Courthoe, Commission Chambers, 25 East Hickpooch-
ee Avenue, Labelle, Florida The meeting is open o the pubHI Themeet-
ing site i accesble bythe disabled
If a gen derides to aeal anv derision made b the board.
aa- im or commission rit1 raues-rt amn mo r mnlderol a
such meeting or hearno he or she will need ca rdod the o-
ceedlngs and that for such our-e heor she mao need toen-
sure that a erbtlm rd of the o needos is made which
rerd include the testimon and evidence uon which the ao-
"3.L' t 9'`Nl


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWEN'ETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 09465CA
FLAGLER BANK,
a Flonda c.oraion
Plaintff
VS
JOSE REYNALDO HERNANDEZ
Defendant
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT

NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN puru
ant to an Order or Final Judment of
foreclosure dated August 8, 2009
and entered in Case No. 09 465 CA
m the rcudt Court of the Twenteth
udical Crcut I and for Hendry
ouny, loida where FLAGER
BANK the Planff, and OSE RE-
YANLDO HERNANDEZ, is the Defen-
ant, wll el to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the Hendry
County Courhouse 25 Hckpotche
LaBelle, Hendry County, Florida, at a
sale to be heldat 00 o'clock a m
on the 28th day of October, 20O9
the following dcrbed property as
set forth n said Order or Final Judg-
ment, twt:
PARCEL-1
The East onehalf of the Southwest
one quarter of the Southeast one
quarter of the Southeast oner-uar-
ter of Section 32, Township 43
South, Range 32 EMt Bendry
county, Florida, LESS road deca-
ton of 25 feet on the South side of
ad a, (Ciontanng 5 ares,

-u
The Southeast one-quarter of the
Southeat onequarter of the
Sotheat one quarter of Section
32, Township 43 South, Range 32
Eat Hendry Coun, Floda LESS
oaedcaon of feet on the
South side of and 25 feet on the
East side of aid Tract. (Contalnmg
10 acres, more or less)
Dated at LaBelle, Hrendy County
FlIod this 28th day of August,

BARBARA S BUTLER
As Clerk of Said Court
BY /S/ S Miler
As Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintff
Stuart Mac wver, Esq
1177 SE. lrd Avenue
Ft Lauderdale FL 33316
Telephone (954) 7623400
332792 CN 9/17,24/09



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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
GLADES COUNTY, FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 09 CP 24
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARTHA M. MACQUARRIE,
Deceased.
NOTICeTO CEDITRS
Te admnstratlon of the Estate of
MARTHA M MACQUARRIE, de
aased, FDe No,, 09P2 is end
ing inthe Circuit Court for ades
County, Floda Probate Divison, the
address of which is Post Office Box
10, Moorehaven, FL 33471 The
names and addresses of the Personal
Representabve and the Personal
resenatve's attorney are set
Itobe ot oll
Al creditors of the decedent and oth
er persons hng caims or demand
against deceden etat, includmg
unmatured, cntngent or unlqudat
ed "aIms on whom a I o if ts
No s e d must file heIr tatms
with ths Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM,
All other creditors of the decedent
and other peron hang caim0 or
demands against the decedent's es
ate including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquldated ce lms, must file
their clams with this Court WITHIN
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE
RIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED 2 YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED
The date of the first publl ation of
this Notice is September 17, 2009
Martha S Vanhoose,
as Personal Represerntabve
of the Estate of
Martha M Maquarrle, deceased
1590 ody Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33417
Sargin Bargimn., PA
Matthew L Ferguson, Attorney
300 North Federal Highway
Lake Worth, FL 33460
Telephone (561)585-5000
Florda Bar Number, 0370540
333321 GCD 09/17,24/09


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE WENIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
Caie No. 09- 00 00-C
FLORIA COMMUNI BK, a Florida banbng corporation
Plaintiff







V-
LABELLE INVESTMENTS, LLC, a Florida hmted lab l company, DONeAL
R LUAS, DANIEL T CARBINE, NANCY I CARBINE, UNKNOWN TENANT
#1 and UNKNOWN TENANT #2,
Defendants


YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED hat puuant a umma udment
oreloure and for As meant of Rea able orney Fes entered by
Circuit Court Judge Christine Greder, in and for Hendry County, Flonda,
where the uG is pndn under docket number 0do J p0Ca the
Honorable Babara S Butler, Clerk of the Clrut Court of Hendry County,
Fd wll offer for sae at pubc out to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the Hendry County Courthoue, Administration Department of the
i o0 A M on the 30th day of September, 2 9, withn the lega hours
se, the following danbed pmperI y

Parcel 1
The North 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast
14 of Section 9, Township 43 South, Range 29 East, Hendry County, Flon-
de
Parcel 2
The North 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast
1/4 of Section 9, Township 43 South, Range 29 East, Hendry County, Flon-
Parcel 3
The South 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast /4 of the Southeast
1/4 of Section 9, Township 43 South, Range 29 East, Hendry County, FIon-
do
Parcel 4
The South 1/2 of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast
1/4 of Sectlon 9, Township 43 South, Range 29 East, Hendry County, Fon-
do
As to all parls, LESS AND EXCEPT any road right of way


All of Block 87, Goodnos Addition to LaBele, according to the plat thereof
corded in Plat Book 3, page 3, of the Public Records of Lee County, Flon
da, lying and being in Hendry County, FIonda,
Any peren claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date of the Ls Pendens must file a clam
within sxly (60) days after the sale,
DADis 2nd a y of September, 2009



If you am a peon who needs any aommodatlo in in order t
paricIpate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no ost to you,
to the provision of ertaln alstane. Please contact the Court
Operations Manager, whoe oice is located at the Lee Count)
Justice Center, 170 MonPe Street, Fort Myers, Florida 33901,
and whose telephone number is (239) 533-1700, withn tw
working days of your reipt of th a Noti of Sale; if you a ha
ing or oicr impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
332506 CN 9/10,17/09


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
PORT LABELLE UTILITY
ADVISORY BOARD
Notice s hereby gen that the
Port LaBelle Utlty Adviry Board
will hold a meting Monday, Sep
member 21 2009 at PM., at
the endry County Courthouse, 25
East Hikpooch, Avnue, Com
mion Chamber, LaBee, Fon
da The meng is open to the
public The meeting site is ac-
cessible by the disabled
If a person decdeS to appeal any
decion made with OrepeD to any
matter considered at th meet
he/she wl need a record of the
proceeding, and that, for such
purpose, he/she may need to en
sure that a verbatim record of the
pro0 feeding a made, which reord
niudes the tt money and e,-
deoe upon which te appeal i to
be based.
Port LaBelle Advisory Committee
George Davis
333323 CN/CB 09/17/09












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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR ESIGN OF
WIDENING AND RESURFACING CR 833
FROM BIG CYPRESS RESERVATION TO
4 MILES NORTH AND CR 833 CURVE AT THE INTERSECTION
OF CR 833 AND CR 846 IN HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA
RQ. No: 2009-35
OPENING DATE: Wednesday, Septemb23, 2009
ry CoCunt i sekng engineering firms nt erected in pvng pIfe
al sc in onnection wth the design of CR 833 from the Big Cy
press Reseratlon to 4 mles North and CR 833 Curve at the interaction o
CR 833 and CR 86 In Hendry County Must have expertise in otructlor
deign for Roadway Impvements Propoer shave al ce
aalable in house or may propose mutple fim, which have jied to
geer to provide the various required d lary seres in order to offer
a mplete submission Indvuals nd d firm properly regterd in thy
State of Flonda are encouraged to submit their quahfcaons for consdera
bdn All submittals (e IV, Sa ubmor slns Requirements) reekl ir
response o th RFQE wi be rewd by a County Evauaton Commtee
In order to be ded ceml t be received by the Board o
County Commsoners at the C E Hall Buding (Cer Office) in th
He Co ourthouGe Complex, 25 E Hlikpchee Avenue, LaBel
Florida by 200 m, September 23, 209, at which time all response tp
this request w be ret rded in the preene of one or more witnee

A copy of the Instutlons and RFQ Douments can be obtained from th
Hendy County ngeenng Office, ated at 99 Cowboy Way, LaBelle
FL (for pick up) Office B 234, LaBelle, FL 33975 (malng addre
or by calling (83 6755222 Instuctions and RFQ documents will b
emailed upon request, hower, Hendry County wll not guarantee the a,
curacy or completnese of documents ent via ema

The soltcotation does not Iommit Hendry County to awar any contract, to
pay any costs incurred in the preparatlon of a response to thm RFQ, or t
contract for any e es The County rer the ght to reect anor al
submittals received as a result of this taon, orto ncel n part or r
its entirety this RFQ, it is in the best interest othe atr-ofhe County to do so.
Hendry County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and acively seeks
Minority and advaldntaged Busnes Enterprise participation
Board of County Commlasoners
Janet B Taylor
332048 CB/CN 9/3,10,17/09


1-INVITATION TO BID
BID # 2009-2
CENTRAL COUNTY WATER CONTROL DISTRICT
HERBICIDAL MAINTENANCE OF CANALS AND LEVEE
11 Public Not is hereby gen that ealed bids for the above reference
Herbicidal Maintenance of 32 625 Miles of drainace canals and I
miles of ll be receed by the Board of Central Coun
Water Contro District (hernafter referred to as "CCWCD", "OWNE,
and "DISTRICT at the Dstrc Managers Off at the llowng ad

Central County Water Contro District
475 S Cabbage Palm Street
Clew stone, Florda 3440
until 2.00 p.m loca time on September 23 2009 for furnishing labor an
mateals and performing all work st forth in the Invtaton to Bid, Intru
on to Bdders, Bid Frm, Construcon Contract, Detaed Speccatlon
and Drawngs which comprise the Bid Documents, Immed ately follow
the scheduled clong tme for the reception of bids, al bid proposal which
have been ubmted in accordance with the onditons of the Invaton t
Bid, Instructlons to Bidders and any Addenda issued n relaton to this Pro
ject will be public opened and read aloud. Bidders may attend the bl
openr Bidder is reponsble for the delivery of bid, and biasreeioa
aerth ec filed dav and time will not be opened
1 2 A pre-bld meet shall be held on Monday at LO'OO a m on Septembe
14, 2009 at the Distrct office located at 47 S Cabbage Palm Street
Clewiston, Florida
I The work made the ubct hereof s described in the bid documents t
ted Herbiddal Mantenance of Canals and Levee coptes of whc
may be obtained from Rock Enterprises, In, 180 N Bdge Street, Su
B, LaBele, Florida, 33935, or from Central County Water control District
475 South Cabba e Palm Street, Clewiston, Flornda 33440, for the non-re
fundable sum Sof 2 00 For additional nformaton you ma contact MI
David Hubbard, COnCD Manager, at 863-983-797, or Rock Abouaoude
District Engineer, at 863-61 2-011
1 4 Each bid must be submitted In duplicate o the prescribed bid form an
accompanied by bid security on the pressed form, payable to the Boa
of CCWCD, n an amount not less than five percent (5%) of the bc
amount All subcontractor shall be dlared on a separate frm

I The Bd may be withdrawn prior to the date and time of bd openg
Bids shall remain open and subject to acceptance for a period of fty-iv
(45) calendar day after the date of bid opening, but no bidder may wt
draw his Bd or a period o fP -five (45 calendar days after the date o
bid opening
16 In order to perform public work, the successful Bidder shall have all ,
senses and perms required by Federal, State, and local statutes, regular
ions and ordmanes

S7 Before a Contract will be awarded for the work contempated herein
the District will conduct such nvestgalaons as are neessavry to determcni
the performance record and abt of the apparent low bidder to eor
the sie and type of work spefid under this Invtation to Bd pon re
quest, the Bdder hall submit such mformabton as deemed necessary b'
the istnct to evaluate the bidders qualfications The Ditrict resee
the rght to award the bid to the west responsible and qualified bdde
based Iaon available funding

1 8 The DISTRICT reserves the right to reject any or all bid with or with
out cause, and/or accept bds that in it's judgment wtll be in the best in
terest of the DISTRICT, and the District se allv reserves th
nqht to reect all bids and oeceed to apomo ish its oblecve
without awardma an contract cursuant to this nation Thi
District also resees the right to postpone the award of the Contract ft
a period of time which postponement, however, hal not extend beyo
ney (90) calendar days from the bi open date during which tm
the Dstct at ts sole discretion may release he bd security
DATED this Ist day of September, 2009
CENTRAL COUNTY WATER CONTROL DISTRICT
ATTEST
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Religious columns


Where's the Beef?
By Pastor John Hicks
First United Methodist Church
First airing in 1984, a Wendy's com-
mercial portrayed three elderly ladies who
were served an enormous hamburger bun
topped with a minuscule hamburger patty.
In comes 81 year old Clara Peller, who
searches in vain for customer assistance
while making the outraged demand:
"Where's the Beef?"
"Where's the beef" became an instant
catch phrase across the United States.
In today's world, many people are still
asking "Where's the beef?"
The difference is that they aren't ask-
ing about a burger, they're referring to the
church.
If God is real and Christ is who He
claimed to be, then why is there not much
difference between those who go to church
and those who don't?
Evangelist Ron Hutchcraft once com-
pared the church life of many people in
our churches today to that of a wedding
rehearsal.
They have learned to say the right things
and sing and act and dress the part, but at
the end of the day it's only been a rehearsal
without a commitment.
They talk the talk and go through the mo-
tions, but their life has not been changed by
Jesus.
In talking with other ministers, I have
come to believe that every church has
some people in it who match this descrip-
tion people who honestly believe they are
going to heaven, not based on what Jesus
did for them, but based on how good a per-
son they can be.
While many of these are genuinely good
people, the Gospel has been around them
but never in them.
The answer to this need is to keep the
Gospel coming. We need to keep the Gos-
pel in front of others as well as ourselves.
This is the meat we need to eat. This is
where the beef is.
The Gospel is the power of God to
change a life.
The challenge we face is to serve this
Gospel meat in a way people can better
chew on it.
Often, without realizing it, we as Chris-
tians tend to get in a rut when it comes to
the way we present the Gospel message.
We tend to use words like lost, sin, saved,
and repent as if our people know what we
are talking about.
Here's the alarming truth: Lost people
don't understand what they mean and
church people have become immune to
them because we've overused them.
The message of the Gospel is not the is-
sue. It's how we present it that might be im
proved on. There are numerous ways we
can wet people's appetites and interests to
sample it anew.
And if we serve the Gospel every day,
using everyday language that anyone can
easily understand and digest, there will be
no question where the beef is.


The importance of
community; In biblical times
and today too
By The Reverend Samuel S.
Thomas, Ph. D.+
Saint Martin's Church, Clewiston
Sometimes there are unexpected out-
comes from progress, or changes.
When I ministered in the north among
Cree Indians, I heard the elders complain-
ing about the breakdown of their society.
They are a communal people and al
ways ready for a gathering and excuse
to get together. One of the greatest times
for a community feast was after the hunt;
when everyone would gather and share the
spoils, eating and celebrating.
But no more! Why? People began to buy
freezers! The meat that would go bad can
now be stored and there is no need to eat it
before it spoils; and hence no need to share
it as well.
I entered one home in an Indian village
and the basement door was open. I no-
ticed four freezers; no doubt full of moose
meat, caribou, goose, ptarmigan, and other
things now to be shared only among the
immediate family. We have great com-
munications these days; although I've run
into great ways of avoiding communicating
with people.
How many times have I wanted to call
someone, dialed the number and then the
search began with the words "Press one
for...."? Automated systems of "FAQ's"
never seem to address the question that I
want to ask.
Unfortunately, they rarely say "And now,
if you want to speak to a real, live per-
son...." It seems fewer places or persons
are interested in people unless they are re-
warded for their time spent in some way. In
spite of all of the communications capabili
ties, loneliness continues and the unspoken
cry is "don't get involved!"
Judas has been portrayed as history's
worst bad guy for what he did; the one
who betrayed the Lord. We don't often
look at the necessity of his role; the Lord
telling him "What you are about to do, do
quickly (John 13:27)" and being aware but
not preventing him from doing what was
to come.
When his betrayal is apparent, Judas
was "seized with remorse" (Matthew 27:3)
and wanted to undo as best he could, going
to return the thirty pieces of silver received
for his betrayal.
He goes to those who were the chief
priests and elders the ones who are sup-
posed to listen, supposed to care, supposed
to help people -and wants to explain that
he has betrayed innocent blood. Their an-
swer?
"What's that to us" they replied "That's
your responsibility!(v.4)" Nobody really
listens, nobody shares, nobody will try to
understand, community is lost, loneliness
reaches its peak and Judas can no longer
face himself or others. Life comes to a trag-
ic end (v.5). Was he beyond redemption or
outside of God's potential to love? There


is nothing to say so. We may not have as
many tragic examples today; but the break-
ing down of societies still takes its toll.
The failure to be understood or heard,
still brings suffering. Someone remarked
that God gave us two ears and one tongue.
We're made to listen, to hear, to be a soci-
ety. He knew what He was doing!

The American Family of the
past
By Jackie Miller, Evangelist
First Christian Church
In the America of yesterday you paid
your debts as quickly as possible, and went
without things to do so. You disciplined
your children but disciplined yourself
first. You spent less than you earned, and
demanded your government maintain the
same standard. You went to church, and
took your children to Sunday School; you
held daily prayers and no court would
have dared to interpose any law into your
private religion. You would have been hor-
rified at (and quick to change) men in high
places who made "deals".
You expected to prosper only by doing a
better and better job. You not only obeyed
the law but took an active part in govern-
ment to see the laws were just. You "walked
softly but carried a big stick." And that was
the character which brought this great
country victory in three wars, built it back
from a shattering depression, and fed and
saved the civilized world (materially). The
big question is: "Are there enough of those
righteous standards left to do it again?"
A little boy couldn't see into the pan,
which sat perched on the edge of the stove.
He hoped it might be icing, or pudding, or
maybe mashed potatoes. His mother had
said to stay away from it; that it was a no,
no. Still there might be something good in
it. He moved closer, ever so slowly.
As he got to the base of the stove, he be
gan to reach up toward the pan of boiling
water. Just as his little fingers began to grab,
his mother swept him up from behind, and
gave him a firm spanking. Hopefully, the
next time she said no, he would remember,
that she meant it. She hated to spank him,
but the pain and shock he received from
that act was small sacrifice in the face of
the pain and shock he would have received
from the scalding water.
Punishment is rarely offered out of cru
elty or meanness. It is give out of love, to
dissuade us from actions which might hurt
us worse. God punishes sinners to show
them that there is a better way. He imposes
rules on us, not to make our lives less than
they can be, but to make them the very best
that they can be. His rod is stern, but it is
applied only in love, so that we might have
life and have it more abundantly. God deals
with all his children with love and grace. If
we will know that, then we will grow in the
ways of God, and be happy.
We can hope that the many problems
our nation is having at the present will turn
us back to the America of yesteryear. If we
do not change our ways it will lead to our
nation's destruction.




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Goodwill Welcomes Gutjahr


to Board of Directors
Goodwill Indus- director positions, including the Hendry
tries of Southwest and Glades County Economic Development
Florida, Inc. (www. Councils and The Rotary Club of Clewiston.
goodwillswfl.org) In total, Goodwill has welcomed four
is pleased to an- directors to its board in 2009: Michael R.
nounce that Cheryl
Eby Gutjahr has McKinley, Esquire, of Punta Gorda, and
joined the organi- Carolyn S. Green and Tami Hirshberg, both
zation's volunteer of Fort Myers, have also joined the organiza-
Board of Directors. tion's Board of Directors this year.
Gutjahr is the Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida,
Char ofne Raw Cheryl Gutjahr. Inc. helps people with disabilities and other
Realge o aw in l barriers to employment discover and devel-
Cea w stn. ae hin op their full potential through work and ca-
Clewiston. She has worked with Rawls
since 1996, and took her current position reer development services. In 2009, Good
three years ago. In addition to her work will provided vocational and social services
with Goodwill, Gutjahr holds several other to 8,160 Southwest Floridians in Charlotte,
Lee, Collier, Hendry, and Glades counties.



Man accused of theft of jewelry


Car accident in Glades Co.
by Nena Bolan Sheriff's Office road patrol. The red SUV
Glades County Democrat was headed north on US 27 and the grey
sedan emerged from Sixth Street. Glades
MOORE HAVEN There was a traf- County EMS, and Fire/Rescue responded
fic accident in Moore Haven on Sept. 14 to the scene which occurred shortly after
fic accident in Moore Haven on Sept. 14 school was dismissed. Details and names
about 3 p.m. It occurred at the intersection ed
of US 27 and Sixth Street where there is a of people involved are not known at this
traffic light and school crossing. Vehicles time. More information will be coming
involved were a 2005 red SUV and a 1989 from Florida Highway patrol.
involved were a red ana Staff writer Nena Bolan can be reached at
grey sedan, according to Glades County nenabolan@yahoo.com


By Eric Kopp
Dkeechobee News
A Glades County man was arrested and
hooked into the county jail on charges that
he took some jewelry from a former girl-
friend then pawned the items.
Jason Ray Poindexter, 32, Lake Drive,
Buckhead Ridge, was arrested Sept. 12 on
charges of grand theft, defrauding a pawn-
broker and dealing in stolen property. He
was booked into the Okeechobee County
Jail under a bond of $60,000.
An arrest report by Officer Kelly Marg-
erum, of the Okeechobee City Police De-
partment (OCPD), states Poindexter and
:he woman had been dating for a couple
3f months when she noticed some jewelry
missing.
The woman contacted police and during
a search of the woman's home they report-


edly found two
receipts from an
area pawn shop.
According to the
receipts, Officer
one piece of jew-
elry was pawned
for $90 while
the other was
pawned for $25.
Officer Mar-
gerum's report Jason R. Poindexter
states that the
pawn tickets were made out to Poindexter
and included his driver's license number
and Buckhead Ridge address.
According to the Florida Department of
Corrections, Poindexter is currently on felo-
ny probation and will remain on probation
until 2014.


Atwo vehicle accident happened Sept. 14 about 3 p.m. in Moore Haven, Glades
County at the intersection of US 27 and Sixth Street.


General News and Information


Free services help elders
Center for Independent Living will be do-
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Haven, Clewiston, and LaBelle sites between
the hours of noon until 2:30 p.m.
You can contact Tera or Linda at the Cen-
ter for Independent Living at 941-766-8333
in Charlotte County to find out the days that
they will be available in those areas.

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Center
Continued From Page 1
mental Protection (DEP) addresses the DCA,
and states that the increased impervious area
created by the development intensity may
heighten the potential for water quality and
water quantity impacts to wetlands, Fisheat-
ing Creek and Lake Okeechobee. The big
lake is a regionally significant potable water
source for south Florida and an integral part
of the Everglades ecosystem.
The Save Our Creeks meeting pointed to
the ENSTC business plan dated May 8, 2008-
It envisions training for first responders, law
enforcement agencies, Homeland Security,
and the U.S. military. However, the plan in-
cludes programs for international custom-
ers, U.S. allies and friends. According to Save
Our Creeks members and guests, the vague
language in ENSTC's business plan leaves
the term "allies and friends" as undefined.


Warning
Continued From Page 1
trees and cling to the branches during the
night of the 18th.
Concrete blocks were torn off the court-
house that was in its early construction. The
blocks were not found until they were un-
earthed during the widening of US 27.
No one truly knows how many people


Briefs cont.

Glades County Courthouse located at 500
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Office hours are Monday Friday from 8
a.m. to 5p.m.

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Richard Karlson, rancher and Lake Placid
dentist, believes this type of military project
should be placed next to the bombing range
near Avon Park.
"So the United States military can moni-
tor the group's behavior," said Mr. Karlson.
Concerned opponents mention the air-
strip that will be over a mile long. Conceiv-
ably, it could accommodate a C-130 aircraft.
A helicopter pad is planned, but there is no
mention of what type or size helicopters will
be allowed. Cattle owners and home own
ers are concerned about jet fuel fumes; and
the noise of live ammunition and where the
projectiles will fall. Hunters and birdwatch-
ers wonder how this activity will affect the
Osceola Turkey and the Swallow Tailed
Kite.
According to Highlands County Audubon
Society, aircraft could be flying low over the
Fisheating Creek Watershed Important Bird-
ing Area, home to the largest North Ameri-
can population of Swallow Tailed Kites. The
project is adjacent to Rainey Slough and


died, but estimates range from 150-250.
Entire families were swept away and never
found. Death, prayers and heroism contin-
ued throughout that night
The flood waters remained for several
weeks, and it made rescue and communica-
tion difficult. Unknown numbers of livestock
and wildlife also perished.
There was eminent danger of disease
and survivors were taken north to Sebring.
Recovering the dead was hampered by mud
and water, so the unidentified were given



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other conservation areas.
Fisheating Creek in Glades County is
promoted as a tourism destination. The wa-
terway originates north of Glades County
which is near the training camp location.
The Fisheating Creek Wildlife Management
Area and Watershed have a significant effect
on the rural communities of Palmdale, Lake-
port and Brighton which try to lure tourists,
hikers, and sport fishermen.
The plan also proposes jobs for 250
employees within 10 years, yet it does not
specify how highly skilled these positions
will be; nor does it speak of using the local
workforce. Furthermore, Save Our Creeks
members believe that the spending potential
of training camp students and employees
will not go to Highlands, DeSoto or Glades
Counties. Rather, they will frequent the
more populated metropolitan area of Port
Charlotte for their shopping and entertain-
ment needs.
"One of the best hopes for Glades Coun-
ty's economic future lies in eco-tourism,


a mass burial in the cemetery at Ortona in
south Glades County.
Area survivors were terrified of more
hurricanes, and consequently the Her-
bert Hoover Dike was built around Lake
Okeechobee in the 1930's.
The Glades County Florida History book
is also known as the "Green Book", and can
be purchased at the public library in Moore
Haven, 863-946-0744.
Staff writer Nena Bolan can be reached at nen-
abolan@yahoo.com


and this project threatens Glades County's
pocket book," said Harris Friedman, Save
Our Creeks.
Roadways are another concern. Will traf-
fic and infrastructure supplies and equip-
ment impact not only Highlands County
roads, but also Glades County roads like CR
731?
Elton Gissendanner, former state rep-
resentative, attended the Save Our Creeks
meeting on Sept. 12. He commented that the
business and legal procedures for the train-
ing camp proposal have happened quickly.
He believes it is urgent that competent and
respected legal counsel should represent
opponent groups at the Highlands County
Commission meeting on October 6.
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