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Yearling students
receive awards
All students who earned a 3.0
grade point average or above
(no F's) along with students
receiving special recognition
from their teachers received an
academic award certificate on
Thursday, November 1 during
their vocational period. Students
earning academic awards, was
treated to a Dominos' Pizza
lunch on Monday, November 5
during their lunch time. Awards
are paid for through the school
fund raisers and the School Ad-
visory Council.
Page 6

Briefs

No school on Monday
There is no school Monday,
Nov. 12, in observance of Vet-
erans Day.

Veterans to be
honored in park
American Legion Post 64,
the organization that has spon-
sored Veterans' Day programs
in Veterans' Park downtown for
many years will be having their
celebration on Monday, Nov. 12
At least one organization will
celebrate on the traditional date.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
9528, located at 2002 U. S. 78
W. will host games and music
beginning at 12:30 p.m. on Sun-
day, Nov. 11. Hamburgers and
hot dogs will be provided.
For many years the Ameri-
can Legion has sponsored the
Veterans' Day program in the
park. This year's program will
follow the same format as in
the past even though it will be
held a day later than usual. The
featured speaker for the 10 a.m.
program will be Colonel Law-
rence Saucier, ROTC instructor.
at Okeechobee High School.
Col. Saucier's cadets will form
the honor guard. As they have
been doing for the past eight
years, the gospel quartet, New
Ground will be sing the Na-
tional Anthem and entertain the
crowd after the program with
their singing.

Drought Index
Current: 275
Source: Florida Division
of Forestry
Local Burn Ban: None

Lake Levels

10.32 feet
Last Year: 12.67 feet
Source: South
Florida Water
Management
District. Depth
given in feet
above sea level.


Index
Classifieds......................... 9-10
Com ics ...................................... 7
Community Events................... 4
Crossword................................. 9
Obituaries............................... 6
O pinion................................... 4
Speak Out ........................ ..... 4
Sports.................................. 11
TV ............................................ 10
W weather ........................2............ 2
See Page 2 for information about
how to contact the newspaper.


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Bush wants OK on vets bill


Democrats tout
increase in
vet spending

By Deb Riechmann
Associated Press Writer


Congress' Dem-
ocratic leaders
should celebrate
Veterans Day by
finally passing
a spending bill
covering pro-
grams for veter-


CRAWFORD, Texas - Presi- ans. George W.
dent Bush said Saturday that "Congressio- Bush


nal leaders let the fiscal year end didn't tell the whole story.
without passing this bill they know Congress has never deliv-
our veterans need," Bush said in ered to Bush a veterans affairs
his weekly radio address. "The spending bill by Veterans Day,
time to act is running out. ... The even when Capitol Hill was run
.best way members of Congress by Republicans. And even veter-
can give thanks to our veterans is ans' groups have been reluctant
to send me a clean bill that I can to criticize this year's Congress
sign into law." for the delay, because they are
Bush's dig at' Democrats thankful for large budget in-


creases already engineered by
Democrats since they assumed
the majority in January. They
added $3.4 billion to the veter-
ans' budget in February and $1.8
billion in May.
Democratic Rep. Joe Sestak
of Pennsylvania touted the par-
ty's commitment to veterans.
See Bill --Page 2




City



honors



farmers

By Chauna Aguilar
Okeechobee News
The City Council recog-
nized Farm City Week to be
Nov. 18 thru 24, in the city of
Okeechobee in honor of Ameri-
can farmers and ranchers who
literally feed the world by pro-
ducing a bounty of agricultural
products.
The National Farm City Week
is Nov. 16 thru 22 as proclaimed
by the Florida Farm Bureau
Federation. Locally the Farm
City Day is being celebrated on
Thursday, Nov. 15, due to the
Thanksgiving holiday. The Farm
City Day will be held at the KOA
Convention Center beginning
at 11:30 p.m. Tickets are $6 per
person and can be purchased, at
the Farm Credit office, 403 N.W
Sixth St.; or Farm Bureau office,
401 N.W. Fourth St.
Rural and urban communi-
ties work together to make the
most of our nation's rich agri-
cultural resources as they con-
tribute to the health and well
being of our country and to the
strength of our economy.
National Farm City Week,
celebrated annually on the
week leading to and ending on
Thanksgiving Day, recognizes
the importance of this coopera-
tive network to the success of
America's agricultural industry.
According to the Florida
Farm Bureau, the agricultural
industry provides us with many
of the necessities of life, such
as food, clothing and fuel for
our energy needs. Agriculture
employs more than 24 million
workers . including farmers,
shippers, processors, market-
ers, grocers, truck drivers, in-
spectors and others in America
who annually contribute more
See Farm - Page 2


By Jeff Barwick Madrigal. On the night, Pryor
Special to the rushed for 248 yards and Mad-
Okeechobee News rigal completed 10 of 13 passes
The Clewiston High School for a whopping 256 yards.
Tigers' visit to Okeechobee to Both teams are headed to the
wind up regular season play playoffs as runners-up in their
found them running into a districts, with the Tigers host-
twin-bladed buzz saw in the ing the Bishop Verot Vikings
Okeechobee High School Friday night at Cane Field. The
Brahmans tailback Lonnie' Brahmans travel to West Palm
Pryor and quarterback Garrett Beach to face Dwyer.


Okeechobee scored late
in the opening period when
Pryor shook loose and raced
87 yards. The Brahmans got on
the board again early in the sec-
ond period when Madrigal hit
wideout LeShawn Henderson
in the flats and he dodged Tiger
defenders and scored on a 56
yard play. The Tigers finally got
going late in the first half when


Some people can talk turkey


By MaryAnn Morris
INI Florida


Backyard


The holidays are here and Barnf.ar'
thoughts of mouth-watering Barnyard
roast turkey with all the trim-
mings tweak our appetites. sion offices have agents - really
Backyard farmers, like Rich- helpful people who like to share
ard Spivey can raise their own what they know) growing your
Christmas and Thanksgiving own holiday dinner might be
dinners if they choose. Turkeys, t an experience to consider. The
although local farmers have story of the first Thanksgiving in
confirmed that turkeys are as 1621 and of the wild "Turkies"
stupid as their popular reputa- which the Pilgrims hunted to
tion suggests, turkeys are also provide meat for the feast is fa-
very sweet natured and very miliar to every American. Today,
sociable with people, they say. we imagine that our Thanksgiv-
Being dumb to a fault, turkeys ing bird is descended from those
have to be protected from rising wild turkeys. Not so, according
water (they can drown, not be- to a Forestry bulletin from Illi-
ing smart enough to get to high- nois, loosely quoted here.
er ground) and properly housed "Early Spanish adventurers
and fed (our Agricultural Exten- had found Indians in Mexico


raising turkeys around their
homes. The Aztec emperor,
Montezuma, kept them in his
famous zoo It is not known
how long those Mexican birds
had been tamed and bred but
they are the true ancestors of
our only domestic animal with
an origin in North America.
The Spaniards soon carried
them back to Europe. In several
countries, they quickly became
a popular fowl and a choice dish
for festive occasions. Within a
century, a dozen varieties; cop-
per-colored, dull-black, white,
and buff-yellow, for example,
were developed by selective
breeding. The Beltsville Small
White developed by the U. S.
See Turkey - Page 2


Okeechobee went for a fourth
and short near midfield. Pryor
was hit in the backfield and
linebacker Alex Rubio stripped
the ball and trotted 50 yards for
the score. Going to the lockers
at half and trailing 14-7, the Ti-
gers were not out of the game.
But, Okeechobee's third
quarter performance was a dis-
See Football - Page 2


MaryAnn Morris/INI Florida
Turkeys can be raised in much the same quarters that chick-
ens are raised. You can let the free-range or pen then for
safety as Richard Spivey of Basinger, show here at the "Fowl
Farm" does with all his fowl critters. Richard has recycled
plastic jugs into poultry waterers.


Motorcyle rally opens: Family activities for everyone


Okeechobee News/Eric Kopp
In the first tug-of-war contest of the day at the inaugural Gang Free Motorcycle Rally held at the Okeechobee Agri-Civic
Center on Saturday the deputy's team from the Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office (OCSO) defeated the OCSO jail
team. The winning team was made up of (in no particular, order) Major Noel Stephen, Detective Sergeant Brad Stark,
Deputy Lester Yeates, Deputy Gary Robbins and Deputy Marcus Collier. Members of the jail team were Deputy Van
Hortman, Deputy Roy Bass, Deputy Frank Prescott, Deputy Bryan Tatum and Deputy Barry Boger from the St. Lucie
County Sheriff's Office. The rally will continue today with the gates opening at 9 a.m. There will be more contests as
well as games and prize giveaways throughout the day. Gates will close at 9 p.m. Admission fee is $10 per person,
with all funds going toward education programs aimed at teaching children about the dangers of joining a gang.


Brahmans beat Tigers, 48-20


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Fuel charges set for utilities


TALLAHASSEE - On Nov. 8,
the Florida Public Service Com-
mission (PSC) set the 2008 fuel
adjustment charges for Florida's
five investor-owned electric utili-
ties. The fuel adjustment charges
were determined at an eviden-
tiary hearing where the Commis-
sion considered each utility's 2008
projected costs for fuel and pur-
chased power as well as truedd
up" costs for 2006 and 2007. The
fuel charge appears on customer
bills separate from other charges.
Utilities are allowed to recover
only the prudent costs of procur-
ing fuel and purchased power
necessary to meet customer de-
mand. Utilities are not allowed to
make a profit on fuel purchases.
Fuel adjustment charges for
residential customers, starting in


January 2008 are:
* Florida Power & Light Com-
pany: The residential fuel charge
will be 5.227 cents per kwh for
the first 1,000 kwh and 6.227 cents
per kwh for all additional usage.
Based on the new fuel charges,
the total monthly electric bill for
residential customers using 1,000
kwh will be $102.49.
* Progress Energy Florida,
Inc.: The residential fuel charge
will be 4.278 cents per kwh for
the first 1,000 kwh and 5.278 cents
per kwh for all additional usage.
Based on the new fuel charges,
the total monthly electric bill for
residentialKcustomers using 1,000
kwh will be $108.11.
*Tampa Electric Company:
The residential fuel charge will
be 5.241 cents per kwh. Based


on the new fuel charges, the total
monthly electric bill for residen-
tial customers using 1,000 kwh
will be $114.38.
*Gulf Power Company: The
residential fuel charge will'be
3.975 cents per kwh. Basedn
the new fuel charges, the total
monthly electric bill for residen-
tial customers using 1,000 kwh
will be $102.22. *
* Florida Public Utilities (Marin-
anna): The residential fuel charge
will be 7.610 cents per kwh for the
first 1,000 kwh and 8.610 cents
per kwh for all additional usage.
Based on the new fuel charges,
the total monthly electric bill for
residential customers using 1,000
kwh will be $104.50.
* Florida Public Utilities (Fer-
nandina Beach): The residential


fuel charge will be 6.628 cents per
kwh for the first 1,000 kwh and
7.628 cents per kwh for all addi-
tional usage. Based on the new
fuel charges, the total monthly
electric bill for residential cus-
tomers using 1,000 kwh will be
$94.43.
The PSC is committed to mak-
ing sure that Florida's consumers
receive their electric, natural gas,
telephone, water, and wastewa-
ter services in a safe, affordable,
and reliable manner. The PSC ex-
ercises regulatory authority over
utilities in the areas of rate base/
economic regulation; competitive
market oversight; and monitors
safety, reliability, and service.
For additional information,
visit www.floridapsc.com.


Red Cross honors Veterans, Military families


WEST PALM BEACH - This
weekend the Greater Palm Beach
Area Chapter of the American
Red Cross salutes all veterans
who throughout our nation's his-
tory have so valiantly and selfless-
ly served our country. The Red
Cross has a historic and unique
role in supporting .veterans and
their family members as well as
members of the United States
Armed Forces, members of the
National Guard and Reserves.
Every day, the Red Cross Veter-
ans Affairs Volunteer Services Pro-
gram supports our nation's veter-
ans and their families in the 172
VA medical facilities around the
nation providing a variety of ser-
vices including physical rehabili-
tation, nursing and ward services,
administrative help, and commu-
nity outreach. The Red Cross also
assists veterans, veterans' widows


and dependents with processing
claims for VA benefits._
In addition to its support to vet-
erans, Red Cross workers ensure
essential communication links for
all military families during times
of crises. Working in more than
700 chapters across the country,-
58 military installations, two state-
of-the-art communication centers
and at military installations in
Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait, ac-
tive duty military can count on the
Red Cross to provide emergency
communications which link the
service member and their family
members back home in times of
an emergency.�
According to J.B. Hunt, local
Red Cross CEO, "The Red Cross
has aided hundreds of thousands
of military members and fami-
lies throughout the years and our
chapter remains steadfastly com-


UKeecnooee i ews/Lhnana Aguinar
Vice President of the Okeechobee County Farm Bureau Trey
Whitehurst (left) was presented with a proclamation on be-
half of the city by Mayor Jim Kirk (right) to honor the farmers
and ranchers during Farm City Week Nov. 18 thru 24.


Farm
Continued From Page 1
than $1.3 trillion to our gross do-
mestic product.
Florida has 44,000 farmers
who grow more than 280 differ-
ent crops on a commercial scale
with cash receipts totaling over
$87.5 billion. That is more than
any other state except Califor-
nia.
Florida farmers employed
more than 94,000 farm workers,
and overall the industry supports
over 388,000 jobs in the state.
More than 30 percent of Flori-
da land is devoted to agriculture,
which includes crop production
as well as improved pastures,
woodlands and open spaces,
and nearly 40 percent, represent-
ing commercial forestry, is cov-
ered with trees.
According to a U.S. Geologi-
cal Survey report, Florida farmers
reduced their groundwater with-
drawals 7 percent by installing
more efficient irrigation systems


Turkey
Continued From Page 1
Department of Agriculture is
the result of selective crossing of
six domestic varieties and wild tur-
key stock.
The wild turkeys of the United
States and Mexico all belong to a
single species with five subspe-
,cies, each native to a certain re-
'gion --woodlands of the eastern
'half of this country; swamps of
southern Florida, foothills of the
:Rockies; valley of the Rio Grande,
"and, the highlands of Mexico, the
.one which gave rise to our tame
-turkeys.
A wild tom turkey in the full vig-
or of his gobblerhood is a sight to
behold. He stands three feet high
and may weigh 40 pounds. The
naked skin of his head and neck is
covered with red, white and blue
,wrinkles, warts and wattles. On
,the forehead is a fleshy outgrowth
,dangling jauntily, and on the breast
is a long tassel of black feathers --
S:'his "beard". With burnished chest-
nut and black feathers, he is at his
best in spring when parading his
charms before a harem of hens.
He puffs himself up, gets red in the
face, spreads his banded tail into a


and implementing other Best
Management Practices (BMPs)
such as using reclaimed waste-
water and stored rainfall. During
the same period, withdrawal for
public supply increased by 7 per-
cent due to population growth.
With agriculture as a corner-
stone of our nation's security and
way of life, America's farmers
and ranchers provide the safest,
most abundant and most afford-
able food supply in the world.
National Farm City Week
strives to increase understand-
ing, cooperation and relation-
ships between rural and urban
residents. All Americans are
encouraged to thank someone
who helps make it possible for
you and your family to enjoy the
bounty of our food supply.
For more information about
the Farm City Day events or to
purchase tickets which cost $6,
contact Clayton Williams (863)
763-6411.
Post your opinions in the Public
Issues Forum at www.newszap.com.
Reporter Chauna Aguilar may be
reached at caguilar@newszap.com.


great fan and, with stiffened wing
feathers rumbling as they scrape
the ground, struts back and forth.
The hen, more demurely col-
ored than the tom, weighs about
half as much and lacks the beard.
In spring she makes a nest on the
ground -- usually hidden among
fallen leaves by a log or brush
pile There she lays about a dozen
brown speckled eggs which hatch
after 28 days of incubation. A day
later she leads her chicks out to
feed, keeping them together with
a throaty call that sounds like
"glunk, glunk, glunk".
At first their diet is rich in pro-
tein - mainly grasshoppers and
other insects.
By late summer the young, now
called poults, eat more and more
vegetable matter. Throughout the
rest of the year, they and their par-
ents feed largely on acorns, nuts,
weed seeds and grain.
It was Ben Franklin who pro-
posed that the turkey be chosen as
our national bird.
Source: Nature Bulletin No.
619 November 26, 1960, Forest
Preserve
District of Cook County, Illinois
MaryAnn Morris can be reached at
mmorris@newszap.com.


mitted to supporting the dedicat-
ed men and women in our com-
munity who serve our nation."
Locally, the American Red
Cross Greater Palm Beach Area
Chapter have been involved with
the Armed Forces since inception,
assisting with the care of soldiers
returning from North Africa at the
Biltmore Hotel (now condomini-
ums) and The Breakers Hotel on
Palm Beach, during World War II.
Today our chapter helps count-
less service-members and their
families.
Whether it is sending an ur-
gent message to a deployed ser-
vice-member, or assisting with an
emergency loan, grant or coun-
seling services.
For more information about
Red Cross services to the mili-
tary_- in Palm Beach, Glades,
Okeechobee and Hendry Coun-


Bill
Continued From Page 1
"Democrats in Congress are
working together with the presi-
dent to see that veterans aging
and young and their families re-
ceive the benefits they need and
deserve," he said, delivering the
weekly radio address for his par-
ty.
The veterans bill has got-
ten caught up in a larger battle
between the White House .and
Congress over Democratic efforts
to add about $23 billion for do-
mestic programs to Bush's $933
billion proposal for all agency
budgets passed by Congress each
year. Bush hasn't yet received any
of the 12 spending bills for the
budget year that began Oct. 1.
Democrats had sought to
combine the veterans spending
measure with ones for education,
health and job training programs
to force passage of increases for
the other programs. But Bush has
insisted that the veterans money
come to him in a stand-alone
bill, and the veterans portion was
stripped from the larger legisla-
tion this week, leaving that fund-
ing in limbo.
The veterans' bill adds $3.7
billion over Bush's request for
the Veterans Affairs Department's
budget. The increase would ease
waiting times to claim VA health
benefits and add money to treat
post-traumatic stress disorder and
traumatic brain injuries.
Bush urged the public to re-
member the service of members
of the armed forces in wartime on
Sunday, Veterans Day.
"They come from different
generations and different back-


Football
Continued From Page 1
play of powerhouse football with
a balanced running and passing
game and a tough defense. The
period saw Madrigal connect on
scoring passes of 69 yards to Hen-
derson and 26 yards to flanker Nate
Pollard. Sandwiched in between
for scores were a 57-yard run by
Pryor and a 33-yard interception
return by Henderson.
The Tigers, although out
manned and out gunned, didn't
quit. They kept finding spurts of
offense, mostly behind the run-
ning of senior tailback Colin Rick-
etts who kept getting good chunks
of yardage behind sporadic block-
ing. His long run of the night was
for 56 yards that set up a 9-yard
touchdown run by Darris Hughes
as the clock wound down.
Clewiston and Okeechobee ex-
changed scores in the final period
with the Tigers scoring on a 4-yard
sweep by Ricketts and Pryor scor-
ing on a 14 yard run.
The Brahmans finished 7-3 and
that matched their best record
going back to 1991. The Tigers
ended regular season 4-6 as they
swept their district rivals but could
not manage a win in tougher non-
district play.


ties and how you can help, call
561-833-7711.
About the American Red
Cross:
The American Red Cross is a
humanitarian organization led
by volunteers who provide relief
to victims of disaster and help
people prevent, prepare for and
respond to emergencies. For 90
years, the American Red Cross
Greater Palm Beach Area Chap-
ter, which includes Glades, Hen-
dry, Okeechobee and Palm Beach
Counties, has been providing
shelter for families during a hur-
ricane, flood or fire, and teaching
First Aid, CPR, AIDS Prevention
and Water Safety. To learn more
about the work of the Red Cross
in communities, or to make a do-
nation, please call 561-833-7711
or visit the Website at www.red-
cross-pbc.org.


grounds," he said. "But they are
united by a commitment to honor,
duty and love of country that has
kept America free. They continue
to strengthen and inspire our na-
tion. And we will never forget
what we owe them."
The White House is plan-
ning an event Sunday during
which the president will honor
veterans, spokesman Gordon
Johndroe said from Texas, where
Bush is spending the weekend
at his ranch. Johndroe declined
to discuss where or with whom
the event would take place. Vice
President Dick Cheney is paying a
visit to Arlington National Ceme-
tery outside Washington, and was
scheduled to speak briefly.
On Thursday at Brooke Army
Medical Center in San Antonio,
four days ahead of the holiday,
Bush paid an emotional visit to
soldiers maimed or badly burned
in combat and said his adminis-
tration is determined to mend
the nation's system of caring for
veterans. He toured a new $45
million, privately funded rehabili-
tation center for veterans at the
hospital, amid scrutiny of veter-
ans' care and discontent among
returning troops after extended
tours in Iraq.
The president said his admin-
istration had put in place recom-
mendations of the commission
he created after reports about
substandard outpatient treatment
at Walter Reed Army Medical
Center in Washington. He urged
Congress to act on other recom-
mendations that require legisla-
tion.
Bush is scheduled to return to
the White House on Monday.


Clewiston vs.
Okeechobee

1 2 3 4
Clewiston 0 7 6 7
Okeechobee 7 7 27 7


Scoring: 1Q: Okee: Lonnie Pryor,
87 yd run; kick Skyler Cruz
2Q: Okee: LeShawn Henderson,
56 yd pass from Garrett Madrigal;
kick Skyler Cruz
Clew: Alex Rubio, 50 yd fumble
return; kick Will Davis
3Q: Okee: LeShawn Henderson,
69 yd pass from Garrett Madrigal;
kick Skyler Cruz
Okee: Lonnie Pryor, 57 yd run; kick
Skyler Cruz
Okee: Nate Pollard, 26 yd pass
from Garrett Madrigal; kick Skyler
Cruz
Okee: LeShawn Henderson, 33 yd
interception return; kick failed
Clew: Darris Hughes, 9 yd run; kick
blocked
4Q: Clew: Colin Ricketts, 4yd run;
kick Will Davis
Okee: Lonnie Pryor, 14 yd run; kick
Skyler Cruz
Rushing: Colin Ricketts, 13/154;
Darris Hughes, 9/35; Isandro
Marquez, 2/-12; Willie Armstrong,
2/3; Alex Rubio, 1/14.
Passing: Isandro Marquez, 1/10/3
17 yds
Receiving: Darris Hughes, 1/17


News Briefs

Veterans Day events planned
American Legion Post 64 will host the Veterans' Day program in
Veterans' Park, in downtown Okeechobee on Monday, Nov. 12 at 10
a.m. The featured speaker for the program will be Colonel Lawrence
Saucier, ROTC instructor at Okeechobee High School. Col. Saucier's
cadets will form the honor guard. The gospel quartet, New Ground
will be sing the National Anthem and entertain.
Okeechobee schools will be closed on Monday, Nov. 12 in obser-
vance of Veterans Day.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9528, 2002 U. S. 78 W. will host games
and music beginning at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 11. Hamburgers
and hot dogs will be provided.
The VFW Post 9528, 2002 Hwy 78 W will host Veterans Day fun,
games and music on Nov. 11 at 12:30 p.m. They will be hosting
Veterans from Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan and other conflicts in recent
years. All Veterans are invited to come help us celebrate Veterans
Day. Hamburgers and hotdogs will be provided. For information call
(863) 763-1616.

No Thanksgiving Dinner at Grace Brethren
For the first time in many years, there will be no community wide
Thanksgiving Dinner at Grace Brethren Church. The church itself
never sponsored the dinner. The church just provided the dining
room. A separate organization called Grace Ministries sponsored the
event. Apparently that organization has ceased to exist. Grace Breth-
ren officials state that no one has contacted them to use their facility
and no one seems to know who is in charge of Grace Ministries or if
that organization is still in existence.

Motorcycle rally continues
A motorcycle rally started yesterday and will be continue today, at
the Okeechobee County Agri-Civic Center, 4200 S.R. 70 E., begin-
ning at 9 a.m. each day. The inaugural event is being sponsored by
the Florida Gang Investigators Association (FGIA) and will feature a
burn out pit, tug-o-war and donut eating contest for adults. There
will also be events for children that include a bounce house, wildlife
area and face painting. There will also be live music, as well as food
and prize giveaways. Tickets are $5 in advance each and $10 each at
the gate on the day of the event. Children under the age of 12 will be
admitted free. The purpose of the two-day event is to help educate
youngsters about the dangers of joining a criminal street gang and
to raise money for the FGIA that will be used to educate kids about
the dangers of joining a gang.


Today's Weather


Okeechobee Forecast

Sunday: Partly sunny. The high will be in the upper 70s. The wind
will be from the northwest at 5 to 10 mph shifting to the northeast
in the afternoon.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy. The low will be in the upper 50s.

Extended Forecast

Monday: Partly sunny. The high will be in the lower 80s.
Monday night: Partly cloudy. The low will be in the upper 50s.
Tuesday: Partly sunny. The high will be in the lower 80s.
Tuesday night: Partly cloudy. The low will be in the lower 60s.
Wednesday: Partly sunny. The high will be in the lower 80s.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy. The low will be in the upper 50s.
Thursday: Partly sunny. The high will be in the lower 80s.


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Ladies compete
Not to be outdone, the ladies from the Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office (OCSO) got in to
the spirit of the day with their own tug-of-war competition at Saturday's Gang Free Motorcycle
Rally being held at the Okeechobee Agri-Civic Center this weekend. Pictured is the winning
team made up of (in no particular order) OCSO Detective Kristin Gray, OCSO Detective Rose-
mary Farless, Tyleia Sandlin, Josie Elliott and Sharon Murphy. Team members for the oppos-
ing squad was Michele Bell, Jan Faulkner, Shirley Till, Kari Arnold and Terri Faulke. The event
will continue throughout the day on Sunday, Nov. 11, when the gates open at 9 a.m.


Okeechobee News/Eric Kopp

Bikers enjoy rally
Motorcyclists from around the area were on hand for the
first day of the Gang Free Motorcycle Rally being held at
the Okeechobee Agri-Civic Center, 4200 S.R. 70 E. The rally
and hot rod show will continue Sunday, Nov. 11, with dis-
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NO SMOKING: I thought that it was no longer legal to smoke
inside businesses. Last week I was in a local establishment and the
employees were smoking inside. I wasn't in there more than five
minutes and when I left I reeked of cigarettes. Needless to say I won't
be buying anything from there.
COURT: I am calling about the Nov. 7 article about Richard Dun-
can, I know the man I work with him. I am glad that he was acquit-
ted.

LOCKS: Why can't the SFWMD leave the Taylor Creek Locks
closed? So the property owners of Treasure Island and Taylor Creek
Isles can navigate their boats. We pay a premium property tax to be
on the water and when they open the Locks to lower the level it be-
comes unusable, not to mention the damage done to the seawalls.
The property appraiser does not want to give any consideration to the
premium taxes we pay for waterfront property, which is no longer
waterfront property. It also affects the local economy of Okeechobee,
for no one wants to come here to look at an empty ditch. Let's make
Okeechobee look inviting.
BE PROACTIVE: I have come to the realization that our local
code enforcement officers seem to exert selective enforcement, by
being reactive to jealous or vindictive individuals that call people in,
that might be improving or repairing their property. Code enforce-
ment needs to be proactive, especially in-Treasure Island, where
dump trucks, school buses, dilapidated unlicensed cars parked in
front yards and dilapidated boats parked in the right of ways. Not to
mention the unsafe and unsightly structures that devalue the neigh-
borhood and the unkempt and uncut yards that always continue to
exist throughout. I was told at one time by an enforcement officer
that she was aware of it but the people just can't afford to do it. Does*
the code excuse people that can't afford it? With so many churches
in Okeechobee and helpful neighbors they bight join together to help
the actual people that are elderly and could use help. Just a sugges-
tion.

TAYLOR CREEK: An open request to the City and County Com-
missioners, regarding the opening of Taylor Creek Lock. The opening
of the lock will affect Lake Okeechobee water level by less than .001
inch. Hundreds of us are enjoying the opportunity to have a boat ride
and some fishing around the creek and rim canal. Please let us keep
this privilege. SFWMD needs to consider the impact on us, the citi-
zens of the city and county. When the water level recently came back
so did the fish, otters and gators, that is so much more than we had
when the canals were dry. I ask you, why should hundreds of us have
to move or dry dock boats to add .001 inch to a mostly unusable,
inaccessible lake? I am sure I am speaking for great numbers on this
subject. Please take heed and intervene with SFWM on our behalf.
CREEPY: Any way I look at it, a grown adult man, cruising .a
school bus stop in the morning, trying to flirt with middle school girls
is creepy.

ATTENTION: Regarding those who want to have a Gay Straight
Alliance club at the high school, I personally think that due to so
much hate and haters out there, why in the world would you bring
+ any attention to yourselves'.Just do a group amongst yourselves and
spread the word, than that way you would be under no stress or
worry and have fun together and no one would make a public is-
sue. Understand that this world IS NOT FAIR and I would be careful
and stay safe with your own group assembly. I am not gay - in fact,
I am a 50 yr old woman with children in Okeechobee schools. But,
you are human beings, despite how you were born or the choices
you make,.I would not want to see any harm or fear brought onto
anyone, so please be safe and do your own thing and become strong
in your own ways. Why make it such an issue, it's stupid to do that.
I breed the most hated breed of dogs and do you think for a minute
I would bring anymore attention to myself than need be, no I would
be smarter than that. I love the breed of dog but understand all the
haters and that is their opinion and it will always be their opinion.
Even the bikers are feared in a way, but they assemble together and
do wonderful things for the abused children, breast cancer, disabled
children etc. etc on their runs on their bikes, now they are doing
good for the community and world and people give them more re-
spect and credit, this was a smart and good thing from their hearts.
See where I am going with this issue, think and be smart with all your
decisions.

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Upcoming Events

Sunday
A.A. meeting from 7:30 until 8:30 p.m. at the Church of Our Saviour, 200 N.W.
Third St. It will be an open step meeting.
A.A. open 12 step meeting from 7:30 until 8:30 p.m. at the Church of Our
Savior, 200 N.W. Third St.
Narcotics Anonymous woman's step study meeting at 7 p.m. at the Just for
Today club, 2303 S. Hwy 441, Suite K. For more information please call (863)
634-4780.

Monday
A.A. meeting will be held from noon to 1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 200 N.W. Second St. This will be an open meeting.
VFW #10539 Ladies Auxiliary lunch and bingo will start at noon at the Post,
3912 U.S. 441 S.E. Auxiliary members and their guests are invited. Please
R.S.V.R to (863) 763-2308.
Okeechobee Senior Singers meet at 9:30 a.m. at the Okeechobee Presby-
terian Church, 312 North Parrott Ave. Everyone who enjoys singing is invited.
For information or to schedule an appearance for your organization or group,
contact Marge Skinner at (863) 532-0449.
The Genealogical Society of Okeechobee will meet at 1:30 p.m. at the
Okeechobee County Public Library, 206 S.W. 16th St. This meeting is open
to anyone interested in tracing his or her ancestry. The annual rfiembership
is $10 per person, and $12 for a family. For information, call Eve at (863) 467-
2674; or, visit their web site at http://www.rootsweb.com/-flgso.
Narcotics Anonymous meets at 7 p.m. for open discussion at the Just for
Today club, 2303 S. Hwy 441, Suite K. For information, call (863) 634-4780.
O.C.R.A. meets at Peace Lutheran Church, 750 N.W. 23rd Lane at 7 p.m.
Artful Appliquers is a recently formed chapter in Okeechobee. This chapter
meets at the Turtle Cove Clubhouse, 10 Linda Road, Okeechobee on Mon-
days from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Karen Graves, Chapter leader would like to
extend a warm welcome to any interested persons to come by and see what
they are about. For information call (863) 763-6952.
Nicotine Anonymous (NICA)is starting a new club with meetings to be held
at the Just For Today club, 2303 U.S. Hwy 441 S.E., Suite K, on Mondays from
8:30 until 9:30 p.m. For information, call Steve Condit Sr. at (863) 801-3110.


Community Events

Church of God has anniversary
Everyone is invited to the 97th Anniversary of the Okeechobee
Church of God. Nov. 11 is the day for their annual homecoming this
year and the special speaker will be former paster, Rev. Al Coleman.
Rev. Coleman who pastored the chuch for two years is a remem-
bered as an excellent preacher and a "people person." The celebra-
tion begins in the 10:45 service with Rev. Coleman as the speaker.
Then it's dinner on the grounds with food and fellowship.

Friends Library host book sale
Friends of the Okeechobee Library Book Sale will be held
Thursday, Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16 from 10
a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; and Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hard-
cover books are $2 and paperbacks are $1. Library discards are half
price. For more information call the library at 763-3536.

Mainstreet offers honey hams for Thanksgiving
Okeechobee Main Street is offering Honey Baked Hams for sale
for Thanksgiving. Foods for purchase are spiral hams, whole turkeys,
turkey breasts, mini-hams, side dishes and desserts. Order now for
pick-up on Tuesday, Nov. 20 at Syble's Flowers & Gifts, 119 S. Parrott
Ave. For information call (863) 357-MAIN (6246) or (863) 763-2225.

Scrapbooking party scheduled
A scrapbooking crop party will be held on Friday, Nov. 16 from
6 until 10 p.m. at the First Methodist Church, 200 N.W Second St.
All levels of scrapbookers are welcome. Carolyn Jones will be avail-
able to assist with your scrapbooking questions and supplies. Re-
freshments will be served and there will be door prizes. Bring any
scrapbook pages you are currently working on. For information call
Carolyn at (863) 634-1885 or Joan at (863) 467-0290.

BHR Fire Department has bake sale
Saturday, Nov. 17 from 8 a.m. until noon a bake sale will be held
at the Buckhead Ridge Fire Department on 78 west. There will be
homemade noodles, pies, cakes, cookies, bread, candy and more.
Help the Ladies Auxiliary raise money for our Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment. For information call Darlene Brown at (863) 467-6596.

Masonic Lodge plans breakfast
Okeechobee Chapter No. 128, Order of the Eastern Star will
host the first breakfast of the season on Sunday, Nov. 18, at the
Okeechobee Masonic Lodge, 107 N.W. Fifth Ave. Serving hours are
8 until 11 a.m. and the menu includes homemade biscuits and sau-
sage gravy, scrambled eggs, hash brown casserole, grits, sausage,
bacon, fruit orange juice and coffee. All served by friendly faces for
only $5 per person. Please note that due to the Thanksgiving Holi-
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Cows and bulls pretty close to steady.
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Obituaries

Robert J. Foltz
Robert J. Foltz, age 77 of
Okeechobee, died November
3, 2007 at Rualerson Hospital.
He was born January 6, 1930
to Ireva and Carl Foltz in Beth-
el, Pa. He attended Hickory
High School and was the own-
er of many businesses in Sha-
ron Pennsaylvania. He retired
in 1992. He was a member of
Covenant Presbyterian Church
of Sharon and active in youth
and senior activities, a bus
driver, deacon, elder and youth
club director. He served in the
National Guard in Grove City,
Pa.; and was a member of Ma-
sonic Lodge 668, Sharon, New
Castle Consistory, Shriners of
Erie Pa. and an avid fisherman
and handyman throughout his
retirement.
He is survived by his daugh-
ters, Joyce (Robert) Seymour
of Girard Ohio; Diane (Daniel)
Ost of Masury, Ohio; and Cindy
Ference of Seatlle, Wash.; son,
John (Meirel) Foltz of Sharon,
Pa. In addition, tie is survived
by seven grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be
held at a later date in the com-
munity room of the Anchient
Oaks RV Park in Okeechobee.
Friends may send condolences
by email to remember@flynn-
funeralhome.com.
Burial will be at Hillcrest Me-
morial Park in Hermitage, Pa.
Arrangements are under the
direction of John Flynn Funer-
al Home & Crematroy.


YMS students receive academic awards


All students who earned a 3.0
grade point average or above (no
F's) along with students receiv-
ing special recognition from their
teachers received an academic
award certifi-
cate on Thurs-
day, November
1 during their
vocational pe-
riod. Students
earning aca-
demic awards,
was treated to a Dominos' Pizza
lunch on Monday, November 5
during their lunch time. Awards
are paid for through the school
fund raisers and the School Advi-
sory Council.
Veterans Day
The annual Veterans Day pro-
gram for Yearling Middle School
was held Friday, Nov. 9.
Basketball try-outs
Girls and boys basketball try-
outs began in October. The girls
try-outs began Tuesday, Oct.
23. The boys' try-outs began
Wednesday, Oct. 31. Girls and
boys planning to try-out for the
basketball teams must have a
current physical and a minimum
of a 2.0 grade point average.
Girls Basketball Teams
Congratulations to the follow-
ing young ladies named for the
Yearling Girls Basketball Teams:
"A'" Team: Jaryaca Baker, Brittney
Ball, Shakia Jones, Sheila Jones,
Erika Klingler, Emilie Lege, Ster-
landra McNeil, Shamarah Shanks,
Alicen Sheehey, Janet Smith, and
Urbina Rosa. "B" Team: Tekelsha
Andrews, Makayla Davis, Ami Ed-
wards, Samantha Jacobs, Jessica


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Girls Night Out
Yearling Middle School will be
holding its first "Girl's Night Out"
for all 61h grade girls on Friday,
Nov. 16, at 6 p.m. until Saturday
at 8 a.m. This special event is
designated exclusively for these
young ladies and highlights the
importance of having respect for
self and establishing healthy liv-
ing habits to ensure a successful
future. There are fun activities,
guest speakers, and a fashion
show, as well as late night "piz-
za party." We expect this event
to be a success with more than
fifty girls and over 20 local agen-
cies, businesses, and individuals
involved through donations. We
hope this event will grow each
year so that we can continue to
make an impact on our students.
Notice to parents/
guardians
Our regular school day begins
at 8:35 and ends at 3:25. The
duty of the Okeechobee County


School District to reasonably
supervise students is limited to
the time the student is on the
premises at his or her school for
school attendance, but no more
than thirty (30) minutes before
or after school begins or ends.
Students are not to be dropped
off at school prior to 7:30 a.m.
unless they are in the morning
tutorial program. In addition, we
sometimes have school-spon-
sored activities scheduled before
or after school. Please drop your
child off immediately before and
pick them up promptly after their
regularly scheduled school day or
school activity as no supervision
is provided beyond these times.
The school accepts no responsi-
bility for any injuries or incidents
that may occur before or after the
hours of the regularly scheduled
school day or school activity.
Progress Reports
Progress Reports go home
with students Monday, Nov.
19. Please take time to go over
the progress reports with your
son/daughter. According to


Okeechobee County Schools'
Pupil Progression, students must
pass five out of their six classes to
meet promotion requirements.
The following Middle School re-
quirements for students in sixth
or seventh grade this year to be
promoted from middle school
to high school include: success-
ful completion of: 3 year-long
courses in English, 3 year-long
courses in Mathematics, 3 year-
long courses in Science, 3 year-
long courses in Social Studies,
and I course in career and edu-
cation planning. A student must
earn a passing grade in three of
the four nine -weeks grading pe-
riods to "pass" a class for eighth
grade or "earn a credit" for sixth
or seventh grade.
Tutorial Programs
Yearling Middle School offers
an afternoon tutorial program
on Tuesday and Thursdays from
3:40-5. We also have a morning
tutorial from 7:10-8:10 Tuesday
through Thursday. Morning tuto-
rial students are able to ride the
high school bus in the morning


and will be shuttled to Yearling on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs-
day mornings only. All students
must sign up in advance to par-
ticipate in any tutorial programs.
Please contact Dylan Tedders
at Yearling Middle School (462-
5056) for a detailed explanation
of the program and activities.
Early Release Day
Our next Early Release Day
will be Thursday, Nov. 29.
The early release is for stu-
dents only. Employees will work
the regular school day hours. The
purpose of the days is to provide
time for teachers to do academic
planning, attend training, and
conduct parent conferences. The
Student Early Release Days are:
School hours for these days will
be: 8:45 a.m. until 12:05 p.m.
Students will be fed a light break-
fast and a meal prior to dismissal.
Regular bus service (transporting
students home) will occur at the
Early Release dismissal times.
Parents may pick up students
at the Early Release dismissal
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Today in History


By The Associated Press
Today is Sunday, Nov. 11, the
315th day of 2007. There are 50
days left in the year. This is Vet-
erans Day in the United States,
Remembrance Day in Canada.
Today's Highlight in His-
tory:
On Nov. 11, 1918, fighting
in World War I came to an end
with the signing of an armistice
between the Allies and Gerrma-
ny.
On this date:
In 1620, 41 Pilgrims aboard
the Mayflower, anchored off
Massachusetts, signed a com-
pact calling for a "body poli-
tick."
In 1778, British redcoats,
Tory rangers and Seneca Indi-
ans in central New York state
killed more than 40 people in
the Cherry Valley Massacre.
In 1831, former slave Nat
Turner, who had led a violent
insurrection, was executed in
Jerusalem, Va.
In 1889, Washington became
the 42nd state.
In 1921, President Harding
dedicated the Tomb of the Un-
known Soldier at Arlington Na-
tional Cemetery.
In 1942, during World War II,
Germany completed its occupa-
tion of France.
In 1966, Gemini 12 blasted
off from Cape Kennedy, Fla.,
with astronauts James A. Lovell
and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin Jr.
aboard.
In 1987, following the failure
of two Supreme Court nomina-
tions, President Ronald Reagan
announced his choice of Judge
Anthony M. Kennedy, who went
on to win confirmation.
In 1987, Boris Yeltsin, who
had criticized the slow pace of
Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbach-
ev's reforms, was dismissed
as Moscow Communist Party
chief.
In 2004, Palestinian leader
Yasser Arafat died at a military
hospital in Paris at age 75.
Ten years ago: Retired Gen.
Colin Powell announced he
would not seek the Republican
presidential nomination or any


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other office in 2000, saying he
lacked "the passion" for politi-
cal life. Photography giant East-
man Kodak announced it was
cutting 10,000 jobs because of
fierce competition from Japan's
Fuji Photo Film Co.
Five years ago: Iraqi law-
makers denounced a tough,
new U.N. resolution on weap-
ons inspections as dishonest,
provocative and worthy of re-
jection. But the Iraqi parliament
said it. ultimately would trust
whatever President Saddam
Hussein decided.
One year ago: President
.Bush marked Veterans Day at
Arlington National Cemetery by
praising U.S. troops -who had
fought oppression around the
world, yet spoke only briefly
about Iraq, where U.S. com-
manders were re-evaluating
strategy. The United States ve-
toed a U.N. Security Council
draft resolution seeking to con-
demn an Israeli military offen-
sive in the Gaza Strip.
Today's Birthdays: Dancer-
choreographer Nicholas Royce
is 82. Comedian Jonathan Win-
ters is 82. Jazz singer-musician
Mose Allison is 80. Author Car-
los Fuentes is 79. Country singer
Naryel Felts is 69. Sen. Barbara
Boxer, D-Calif., is 67. Rock sing-
er-musician Vince Martell (Va-
nilla Fudge) is 62. Golfer Fuzzy
Zoeller is 56. Pop singer-musi-
cian Paul Cowsill (The Cow-
sills) is 55. Rock singer-musi-
cian Andy Partridge (XTC) is
54. Singer Marshall Crenshaw
is 54. Rock singer Dave Alvin
is 52. Rock musician Ian Craig
Marsh (Human League; Heaven
17) is 51. Actor Stanley Tucci is
47. Actress Demi Moore is 45.
Actress Calista Flockhart is 43.
Actor Philip McKeon is 43. Rock
musician Scott Mercado is 43.
TV personality Carson Kressley
is 38. Actor David DeLuise is 36.
Actor Adam Beach is 35. Actor
Leonardo DiCaprio is 33.
Thought for Today:
"Whom God would sorely vex,
He endows with abundant good
sense." - Yiddish proverb.


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Fear traps woman in marriage


*DEAR ABBY: I am in an
eight-year marriage that feels
like a prison sentence. I have
two children under the age of 5,
and a husband who is mentally
and emotionally unstable and
has severe addiction to prescrip-
tion painkillers. If I divorce him,
he will have joint custody of our
children and, while I want them
to know who their father is be-
cause they love him, I am terri-
fied of what he might do to them
as emotionally unstable as he is.
I'm convinced he is capable of
murder-suicide just to get at me.
He forces me to say "I love
you" several times a day. I don't
mean it anymore. He forces bodi-
ly contact. I sleep in a recliner in
the den and put off going home
from work to avoid him because
I know the fight will be on when
I get there.
I have never cheated on him,
but I'm accused of it all the time.
I have no privacy. He searches
my purse, phone and car for "ev-
idence" almost nightly. He takes
checks from my private account
and writes them without my con-
sent. When I get overdrafts, he
acts like it's my fault. If he spends
money on the kids, he resents it
-- and to complicate matters
further, we filed for bankruptcy
last year and are living in the
house with my parents.
To be truthful, I'm scared to
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every time I'm forced to be inti-
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companion,
maybe
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fiction
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Museum home
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counterpart
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worship
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surprise
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15 Paris pop
16 Banking-
convenience
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18 _ King, close
friend of Oprah
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35 Due times tre
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38 Prepare to drive
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42 IRS workers
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husband is a drug-addicted forg-
er - something you should also
tell your bank, by the way - and
that you are afraid he will harm
you or the children because of
his instability due to his abuse of
prescription medications.
Then inform the physician
who has been prescribing the
meds.
Tell your lawyer that you want
to end your marriage, but that
you are: (1) afraid he will harm
you, (2) afraid he could harm the
children, and (3) you would like
him to have supervised visitation
with them only because of his
mental instability.
Fortunately, you are living in
your parents' home - which
means you are not alone and vul-
nerable. But it's time to get your
husband out of there. Your attor-
ney can advise you on the safest
way to accomplish that.
*DEAR ABBY: Here's my
question: There are two sisters.
One is a grandmother. Is her sis-
ter a "grand" aunt" or is she a
"great" aunt"?
I say she's a grand-aunt.
However, my wife - the grand-


mother's sister - says she's a
great-aunt. How can that be?
If that's true, then I would be a
"great" grandfather instead of a
true grandfather. Only you can
straighten out this argument.
Thanks! - Charles P. in Bata-
via, Ill.
DEAR CHARLES: According
to Merriam Webster's Collegiate
Dictionary (llth Edition), the
terms "great-aunt" and "grand-
aunt" are synonymous. Either
way, this would not make you
a grandfather. You are either a
great-uncle or grand-uncle - the
choice is yours.

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Movies

The following movies are
now showing at the Brahman
Theatres Ill.
Movie times for Friday, Nov.
9, through Thursday, Nov. 15,
are as follows:
Theatre I -"Bee Movie" (PG)
Showtimes: Friday at 7 and 9
p.m. Saturday and Sunday at 2,
4:15, 7 and 9 p.m. Monday at 3
and 7 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday at 2, 4:15, 7 and
9 p.m.
* Theatre II - "Fred Claus"
(PG) Showtimes: Friday at 7 and
9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at
2, 4:15, 7 and 9 p.m. Monday at
3 and 7 p.m. Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday at 2, 4:15, 7
and 9 p.m.
Theatre Ill - "Saw IV" (R)
Showtimes: Friday at 7 and 9
p.m.. Saturday and Sunday at 2,
4:15, 7 and 9 p.m., Monday at 3
and 7 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday at 2, 4:15, 7 and
9 p.m.
Tickets are $5.50 for adults;
children 12 and under are $4.50;
senior citizens are $4.50 for all
movies; and, matinees are $4.
For information, call (863)
763-7202.


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Stitching Stories


The Art of Quilting


People tell stories in many ways, and
sometimes these stories show up in
unexpected places. Quilting is one way
of telling stories that may surprise you.
Do you have a quilt in your home?
The quilt on your bed may have a
story hidden in its design. Maybe it
tells a story in pictures. Or maybe
there is a story in how it was made.
The Mini Page talked with quilt
experts about this art form that has
been passed down through the years.
The story of quilts
A quilt has three layers: a
decorated top, a back, and filling in
between, like a sandwich. The layers
may be tied or sewn together.
You might think quilts are used
only as blankets. But there are many
other ways to use them.
For thousands of years, people have
been making quilts. People in India
and Pakistan have used quilts to
make tents and bags to hold snakes.
In Europe and America, in
past centuries, quilts have _.- ,
been used as bedcovers and _, -
clothing. They were hung in L -
doorways or windows to keep out the
cold. Quilts decorated the house.
Some people made quilts out of
materials such as silk. Other quilters
made them out of pieces, or patches, of
cloth. They recycled material from
worn-out clothing or used leftover bits
of cloth. Quilts made out of differently
shaped pieces and various materials
are known as "patchwork quilts."


A woman's art
Quilting was once an art special to
women. This was partly because, until
recently, sewing was thought to be a
woman's job.
In the past, women were often
discouraged from working in other
types of art. If a woman wrote a story,
few publishers would print it. Few
women had painting materials.
But women were encouraged to
quilt and sew. Quilts helped keep the
family warm. Many women wanted to
make something beautiful as well as
useful.
Both boys and girls were usually
taught how to sew, but the skill was
more important for girls. Girls might
start learning to sew
when they were only 3
,- _years old. They learned
quilting by making doll
quilts.
Today, men as well as
women quilt. .


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All the following jokes have something in common,.
Can you guess the common theme or category?

f Ricky: How did the police know the i.
parrot was telling the truth?
Rochelle: They gave him a
polygraph test!

Randy: What did the parrot say to the trolley

Roy: "Trolley want a cracker?"

Rachel: What do you call a cross between
a parrot and a centipede?
Ray: A walkie-talkie!

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Words that remind us of quilts are hidden in the block below. Some
words are hidden backward or diagonally. See if you can find:
FAMILY, PATTERN, ART, CELEBRATE, TIME, FABRIC,
MATERIAL, SPECIAL, OCCASIONS, RING, WOMEN, PAST,
SEW, MEMORY, SOFT, STUFFING, .DECORATE, WARMTH,
PATCHWORK, BEE, WORK, BED.
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Mini Spy...
Mini Spy. and her friends are visiting a quilting exhibit
at a museum. See if you can find:
S* * ' i . ' * man in the
moon
S* paint roller
S* word MINI
* key
� pig
* bell
. umbrella
* book
* kite
Siuler
* sock
* pencil


This is a special quilt that
was never meant to be used
on a bed. It was created to
be shown as a work of art. It
hangs in the Habitat for
Humanity headquarters in
Americus, Ga. It was made
by many different quilters
and shows volunteers
building homes for people in
need. Today, people might
fund, or sponsor, a special
S quilt just as they would any
other work of art.
S pholo courtesy Georgin Deopormont of
Economic Doveiopmont

A labor of love
Women usually sewed their quilts
over a long period of time, taking a
few moments here and there to work
on the quilt. One quilt might take
hundreds of hours to sew.
In Colonial
and pioneer
times, women
held quilting
bees, where
they came
together to talk
and have fun
while quilting.
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These members of the Busy Bee Quilting
Club in Dalton, Ga., quilt together in a
modern quilting bee.


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Rookie Cookie's Recipe
r Mac 'n' Cheese 'n' Peas
You'll need: This makes an easy one-dish meal. Just add a salad!
* 6 cups water
* 1 (7.25-ounce) package macaroni-and-cheese dinner mix
* 1 (12-ounce) package frozen peas
* 1/4 cup reduced-fat milk
* 1/3 cup light sour cream
* 1/2 teaspoon seasoned salt
* pinch of pepper
* 11/2 cups chopped chicken or turkey (cooked)
What to do:
1. Bring 6 cups of water to boil in a large saucepan.
2. Add macaroni and peas, reserving the cheese sauce packet.
3. Return to a boil, then cover, reduce heat and simmer for 8 minutes.
4. Drain macaroni and peas.
5. Stir in milk, sour cream, spices and cheese sauce packet.
6. Add chopped turkey or chicken.
7. Heat through for 5 minutes and then serve. Serves 6.
*You will need an adult's help with this recipe.


Meet Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez stars as Alex in the
Disney Channel series "Wizards of
Waverly Place."
Selena, 15, was raised in Dallas.
When she was 7, she landed the role of
Gianna in the TV series "Barney &
i Friends." She has also acted in the TV
series "Hannah Montana" and "The
Suite Life of Zach & Cody." She has
' . appeared in the movie "Spy Kids 3-D:
Game Over."
She lives with her parents in Los
Angeles. She enjoys cheerleading, singing and surfing.
She rescued her dog, Chip, from a shelter.
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Story-Telling Quilts


Telling stories
Many quilters sew quilts with
pictures that remind family
members of a story or memory. For
example, a picture of a horse might
remind the family of the time a child
learned to ride.
Quilts may celebrate special times
in someone's life, such as a marriage
or a baby's birth.
The material in the quilt may even
tell part of the story. For example, a
quilt might have fabric from special
occasions, such as a bride and groom's
wedding clothes, the curtains in their
first house, and the outfits the children
wore on their first days of school.
Some patterns tell well-known
stories. For example, the double
wedding ring pattern shows two
rings linked together, just as the
couple is linked in marriage.


The double
wedding ring
pattern
decorates this
quilt. The
background
color is unusual.
Usually quilters
choose an off-
white color for
the background
of this design.


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Quilting today
Until recently, many people
thought of quilting as an old-
fashioned activity. But in the last 15
years, people have begun to realize
what an amazing art quilting is.
Quilts are now displayed in art
galleries and museums.
Quilting is a type of art anyone
would be able to try. What designs or
pictures would you put in a quilt you
were making?
The Mini Page thanks Maureen Ose and Angela
Konin, International Quilt Study Center,
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, for help with
this issue. A new quilt museum will open in
April 2008.
Site to see: www.quiltstudy.org


Reconciliation Quilt
The quilt above is famous among
experts in art history. It was sewn by
Lucinda Ward Honstain, a woman
living in New York in the mid-1860s,
after the Civil War.
I Each frame tells stories about her
life and the times. People can learn
about what life was like in New York
then by studying this quilt.
The most famous square shows
Jefferson Davis reuniting with his
daughter after the North and South
had reconciled (REH-kuhn-siled),
or made up with each other. Because
of this, the quilt is known as the
Reconciliation Quilt.
Jefferson Davis was the president
of the Confederacy during the Civil
War. His daughter supported the
Union and stayed in the North. After
the war, Jefferson Davis was reunited
with his daughter in New York.


Look through your newspaper to find
several different ways people tell stories.
Next week The Mini Page celebrates
Thanksgiving with stories about kids giving
back to their communities.


This quilt, known as The
Reconciliation Quilt, is a
famous example of an
"album quilt." Each frame
of the quilt is a picture
telling a story, just like a
photo album.










Jefferson Davis reunites
with his daughter after
the Civil War.


Study the frames in this quilt.
What can you learn from them?


This block shows a
black man with a
business. This
would have been
unusual before the
Civil War.


Lucinda quilted this
frame of a sailing
ship.


The words are
"Master I Am Free."
Notice how big
Lucinda made the
black man. What do
you think she was
saying here?


Lucinda's daughter
rides her horse.


The Mini Page Staff
Betty Debnam - Contributing Editor
Lisa Tarry - Managing Editor
Lucy Lien - Associate Editor
Wendy Daley - Artist


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Supersport: Michael Crabtree
, _ ]Height: 6-3 Birthdate: 9-14-87
SWeight: 208 Hometown: Dallas
~ Michael Crabtree is clipping along at an impressive
" . ..: pace this football season - on and off the field.
-. The Texas Tech redshirt freshman leads the nation in
pass receiving and also does some barbering on the side.
�i- - He cuts more than a dozen of his teammates' hair. The
"Barber" also cuts through and around opposing defenses in dazzling
fashion.
As of mid-October, the sure-handed wide receiver had caught 78 passes
for 1,244 yards and scored 17 touchdowns as a featured player in the Red
Raiders' "air it out" offense.
That's a switch from his high school days, when Crabtree was a
quarterback throwing TD passes and also starring in basketball.
Only halfway through the season, he hopes to keep cutting hair,
watching movies (a favorite activity) - and making more highlight-reel
catches.


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Agriculture . .......... 800
Rentals . ............900
Real Estate ........... 1000
Mobile Homes ........ .2000
Recreation .. .. . ....... .3000
Automobiles . ........ .4000
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HORSES (2) - Please call
(863)634-8890 or
(863)763-7223
WHITE DOG - About 7 mos
old, found on Old SR 80 by
Erec Research Center in
Belle Glade. (561)261-1193


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REWARD $1000. for info lead-
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The Okeechobee County Health Department
currently has an opening for a
Senior Community Health
Nursing Supervisor
The State of Florida offers a competitive salary and a wide
array of benefit and retirement options. Monday-Friday Work
Schedule: Day Hours (8AM-5PM Core Hours), NO WEEKEND
SCHEDULE; 9 Paid Holidays, 1 Personal Holiday per year; Paid
Time Off Earned Monthly: Annual & Sick Leave; Retirement
Plan, Deferred Compensation, Direct Deposit, Jury Duty and
Bereavement Leave, and other Administrative Leave Available;
Tuition Waiver Program available upon immediate hire for
State Universities and Community Colleges;Educational Leave
with Pay Opportunity and Nursing Student Loan Forgiveness
Program Available. View the job announcement and apply
online at https:l/peoplefirst.myvlorida.com/logon.htm
Requisition # 64061734-51235442-20071001101532
Date Closes 11/13/07
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the applicant customer service via telephone at
1-877-562-7287, TTY users call 1-866-221-0268
EEO/AA/VP Employer Drug Testing,
Background screening and fingerprinting required


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Administration and operation of a Rural regional economic
development and tourism organization.
* Extensive knowledge of the economic, social, business,
business development and political factors influencing
regional economic development
* Ability to establish and maintain an effective working
relationship with officials at all levels of government and
private sector
* Strong planning and development skills
* Strong problem solving skills
* Computer skills including outlook, Word, Excel, Power
Point, Quick Books or bookkeeping software
* Grant and fund raising skills necessary
Minimum Bachelor in Business, or related filed
Minimum 4 years experience
E-mail resume to:
Itopelfhredi@heartland-workforce.org
or Call 863-385-4900



LICENSED REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATE
& OFFICE HELP (NEEDED FULL TIME)
Computer & people skills a must.
Excellent phone skills required. Must be
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Babysitting 405
Child Care Needed410
Child Care Offered415
Instruction 420
Services Offered425
Insurance 430
Medical Services435



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& Pressure Washing
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The Okeechobee County Health Department
currently has openings for a
REGISTERED NURSE
for the school health program
The State of Florida offers a competitive salary and a
wide array of benefit and retirement options. Monday - Friday
Work Schedule: Day Hours (8AM-5PM Core Hours),
NO WEEKEND SCHEDULE; 9 Paid Holidays, 1 Personal Holiday
per year; Paid Time Off Earned Monthly: Annual & Sick Leave;
Retirement Plan, Deferred Compensation, Direct Deposit, Jury
Duty and Bereavement Leave, and other Administrative Leave
Available; Tuition Waiver Program available upon immediate
hire for State Universities and Community Colleges;
Educational Leave with Pay Opportunity and Nursing
Student Loan Forgiveness Program Available
View the job announcement and apply online at
https://peoplefirst.mvflorida.com/loqon.htm
Requisition # 64084274-51235957-20070621133449
Dates Closes 11/19/07
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contact the applicant customer service via telephone at
1-877-562-7287, TTY users call 1-866-221-0268
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Background screening and fingerprinting required


Start a new career in the much needed field of
nursing as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Complete the
Hospitality Assistant course/training at Okeechobee
Healthcare Facility and become a CNA in 4 weeks. Next
class begins soon. Instructor RN/experienced teacher has
a very high CNA exam passing rate. Qualified CNAs are
then eligible for LPN training. Good benefits.
Apply In Person For Further Details:
406 N.W. 4th Street * (863) 357-2442

Immediate Openings - CNAs
Okeechobee Health Care Facility
All shifts: Full/Part Time. Good Benefits.
Apply In Person To:
406 N. W. 4th Street. (863) 357-2442

Immediate Openings * All Shifts
Full Time/Part Time * RN's & LPN's
Apply In Person To:
Okeechobee Health Care Facility
1646 Hwy. 441 North


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CITY OF OKEECHOBEE
PART-TIME OFFICE ASSISTANT
'The Office of the City Clerk is now accepting
applications for a Part-Time Office Assistant to
work Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and after hours if necessary.
A complete job description and application packet
may be printed from the City's web page,
www.citvofokeechobee.com or picked up at
City Hall, Office of the City Clerk, 55 SE 3rd Avenue
Okeechobee, FL 34974, 863-763-3372 ext. 215.
Applications will be accepted until Thursday, November
15, 2007 at 4:30 p.m. Resumes must accompany
a completed application. Successful candidates
are required to pass a pre-employment substance
screening/physical. Drug Free Workplace. EEO/AAP.
Lane Gamiotea, City Clerk/Personnel Administrator.




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Merchandise



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



A/C UNIT - 4 ton, Mobile
Home unit. 8 mto. old.
$1500. (863)357-2638



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CHIHUAHUA PUP - very small,
$350 (863)302-4442
REDBONE PUPPIES - UKC
registered, sire & dame on
premises. $350 each.
(863)673-3894


HUGE PHOTOS
Family, friends, scenery
or pets from your photo.
Elliott's Quick Photo
419 W.S. Park
Call 863-763-5553


CASH for your heavy industrial
equipment. Excavators,
cranes, dozier's, wheel load-
ers, etc. Free estimates on
demolition jobs.
(386)423-4432


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attic, basement and/or
garage? Advertise your
yard sale In the classl-
flleds and make your
clean uo a breeze!

Need a few more bucks to
purchase something
deer? Pick up some
extra bucks when you
sell your used Items In
the classifelds.


Come join the dynamic team of healthcare
providers in a friendly caring work environment
at Raulerson Hospital. We offer competitive
wages, with Nursing pay increases due in
January 08, excellent benefits and career
development. We currently have the
following openings:

Director of Case Management
Requires FL RN License and prior
Case Mgmt experience.
FT, PT & PRN Patient Care Assistants
Requires FL Certificate and current CPR
FT, PT & PRN Registered Nurses
Requires FL RN License and current CPR.

Applications may be picked up in Human
Resources at Raulerson Hospital,
1796 Hwy 441, North, Okeechobee.
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WE BUY SCRAP GOLD
Elliott's Pawn
419 W.S. Park
Call 863-763-5553

Agriculture



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




HORSES, (2), Pony Cart with
harness & 3 saddles. Call for
pricing & info.
(863)634-8890


Rentals



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



FURNISHED APT- On Water.
Utilities paid. Adult Commu-
nity. No pets Call between
9-4 pm daily (863)357-2044


BEAUTIFUL
SAMANTHA'S GARDEN
APARTMENTS
In Town, 2br/2ba, $900
mo. + $600. sec. dep.
Includes Washer & Dryer
(863)634-5780 or
(863)467-9250
Oak Lake Apts., Remodeled
2br, 1/2 ba, 2 Story, Washer
Dryer. Patio. $800 mo., 1st,
last + sec. (863)634-3313



Oak Lake Villas, 2br/2ba
$900/month, First, Last,
+ $900 Security. Pets
Welcome. Clean & spacious.
Available immediately.
Call (863) 801-3133
OKEECHOBEE, 2BR/1.5BA,
Twnhs., W&D. No pets. An-
nual lease. $750/mo. 1st &
last. sec. (863)697-1129
OVERSIZED 1/1 DUPLEX Extra
back room. $695/mo.
Includes lawn.
(954)290-0861


BASSWOOD - New 3/2, large
yard, Pets OK, lawn service,
water service, $950/mo, 1st
& last only. Avail Now
(561)723-0661
BASSWOOD: 2BR/1BA, CBS,
newly renovated, $795/mo.
1st, last & security deposit re-
quired. (561)793-4860
BRAND NEW, 3BR's/2BA's,
lots of tile, garage, $1200.
Lawrence Associates,
1-800-543-2495.
BUCKHEAD RIDGE - 3 BR, 2
BA Home on Canal. Fenced
yard. $1100 mo.
(248)672-1528
CBS, 2/2, w/appl's, c/a, Ig.
screened porch, 406 NE 7th
St., $850 mo., 1st, last &
$500 sec. (863)467-5965
CBS Home, 3BR/2BA, on 5 ac.
w/24x60 barn, asking
$3,000 neg. or to rent for
$1500 mo. ,r.:KA-.113
Charming Country Cottage,
3BR/1.5BA, 15 min. from
town & 2BR/1BA, no pets.
1st, last & sec. Call Debbie
(863)467-2982 Mon.-Fri.,
am til 4pm.


KEY WEST STYLE
WATERFRONT
Cottage 2/2.5 + Loft, Cov.
Porch. Includes water, sewer,
Cov. Parking & 24 ft boat
dock.$1350 mon. unfurn.
Century 21 Horizon
(561)602-6283
N OF OKEECHOBEE- Cottage,
1br, fully furn, incid elec &
satellite, on river, NO pets,
$700/mo (863)467-1950
OKEE. - 3br, Den, Lg Kit.,
Shed. Near Everglade Ele-
mentary. Just off Hwy 710.
$950 mo. (863)634-5129
OKEE-1011 SW 10th Ave. 3br,
1ba, den, custom kitch, tile,
$1150/mo, 1st & $1000 sec
863-467-9681/610-0167
OKEECHOBEE - 2/2 Villa, $950
monthly, 1st & last, $500
security. No pets
(863)634-1833
OKEECHOBEE: 4/3, on Taylor
Creek, large dock.
$1500/mo. 1st mo & sec.
dep. (561)767-6112
OKEECHOBEE- 4br, 2ba, in
city limits, looking for re-
sponsible renters w/refs.
$1300/mo, (863)634-9139
TREASURE ISLAND, 3/2 Very
clean! On canal. Lg. storage.
$950 mo. + 1st & sec. dep.
863-824-0981
One man's trash Is anoth-
er man's treasure. Tirn
your trash to treasure
with an ad in the classi-
fleds.



Great Location!
OFFICE SPACE
* Downstairs
Close proximity to new
court house. 863-763-4740



OKEE, Furnished Rm. Single
occ., private entrance, w/d.
$140/wk & deposit, utils incl.
(863)467-0771 after 6pm



BH RIDGE - 2/2, waterfront,
lake access, Ig screen porch,
fenced yard, shed, $700 1st
& $700 Sec (772)370-1095


Delightful 2/1 furnished
with a large screen
porch that overlooks
Taylor Creek.
Quiet and Secure on
private peninsula.
$800 month.

863-697-1280



RealEstate



Business Places -
Sale 1005
Commercial
Property - Sale 1010
Condos/,
Townhouses - Sale 1015
Farms - Sale' 1020
Houses - Sale 1025
Hunting Property 1030
Investment
Property - Sale 1035
Land - Sale 1040
Lots -Sale 1045
Open House 1050
Out of State -
Property - Sale 1055
Property Inspection1060
Real Estate Wanted1065
Resort Property -
Sale 1070
Warehouse Space 1075
Waterfront Property 1080




NEW HOME ON YOUR LOT!
Features 3BRs/2BAs, Ig. LR,
garage, $118k, includes per-
mit fees. Lawrenpe-Asso-
ciates 1-800-543-2495
OKEECHOBEE- 2/2/1, or
3/2/1, RENT TO OWN, Beau-
tifully redone in and out,
Tropical Paradise on canal
w/29 mature trees, South
side of town, 30 miles to
Pratt, low taxes, $95,000,
Rent for $1000/mo
w/$375/mo going towards
down payment. 6051 SE
97th Trail. (561)452-0512


OKEECHOBEE- 3/1, CBS, un-
der appraisal. $169,900. Oak
/tile/marble, Space to add
master bath, 24 x13 en-
closed Fla. room & more!!
Grab flyer! 309 SW 10th
Ave (863)357-0391


FSBO:OKEECHOBEE
10-75 Acres Avail. Must sell
due to health. Owner financing
possible. Down payment as
w as $6500 on 10 acre par-
cel. , i i . 11 for info.


R Bar Ranch, 2 acres, 5 Ig.
oak trees, cleared, great
location, $99,000 neg.
772-878-3335/224-1423



NORTH CAROLINA - 18 acres
of beautiful mountain land.
Less than 10 miles from the
NEW Tiger Woods Golf
Course, now under con-
struction. Just $20,000 per
acre. Write William Mackey,
5850 US Hwy 70 West, Old
Fort, North Carolina, 28762.


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BH RIDGE - 3/2 on Waterfront,
Lake access. Fully furnished.
$900. 1st & $900. Sec.
(772)370-1095
CHOICE OF 3BR, or 2 BR, 2
ba D/W's No pets, yrly lease,
starting @ $600/mo +
$1000 sec. 863-763-4031
DOUBLEWIDE: 3br, 2ba, sits
on 5 acres, well fenced.
$1000 mth. 1st, last & $500
sec dep. 954-261-1268
FOUR SEASONS - Okee., 3br
2ba D/W. $750 Dep. +
$225. wkly. Call Missy
863-634-8674


DUPLEX APARTMENTS
1/1 & 2/1 w/ Large porch. On
large, shaded, fenced lot. Nice
area. $600 mo & $850 mo.
Call (863)634-3451
OKEECHOBEE; 2br, 2ba, No
pets. 3916 SE 26th St. Sea-
sonal Only. $400. wkly or
$1600. mo. + 1st & last.
305-494-3738 or
863-357-4914
OKEECHOBEE 2BR/1BA,
No pets. Fenced yard.
$600/mo. & $550 security.
(863)763-0648
WATERFRONT PROPERTY
Okee 3br, 2ba, Lake access,
No pets. $925 mo 1st & sec.
dep. (561)927-8211



BANK REPO'S
MOVE TO YOUR LAND
Mobile Home Angels
561-385-4694
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME
3BR, 2BA, 1 acre corner
lot, Crescent Acres
(863)673-0369
FORECLOSURE - 4br, 2ba,
28x80, on 3/4 acre, 1001
N.E. 104th Court. As Is,
$79,900, (239)777-4357
Horton, '05, 2BR/1BA,
14'wx48'l, immaculate,
must be moved, partially
furnished, $10,000.
(863)763-5841/801-1846
PALM HARBOR
4/2 Tile floor, Energy Package,
Deluxe loaded, over
2,200 sq. ft
30th Anniversary
Sale Special
Save $15,000.
Call for FREE Color Brochures
800-622-2832
REPO MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE! Set up & removal
also available. (863)381-1000
RIVERBEND MHP- #40, 2br,
2ba, furnished, elec boat lift,
on canal, Fla room, golf car,
2 sheds, 3 fruit trees.
(217)652-1238
Trailer, 35', w/2 tipouts &
10x30 added on rm., fur-
nished, w/washer & dryer,
tv, a/c & other furniture,
$7000 or best offer. Lot Rent
$190 mo. 50 + community.
(863)532-9361


TREASURE ISLAND, 3br, 2ba
Lake access, quiet area,
$650/mo., 1st, last & sec.
dep. (561)743-4331

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Jet Skiis 3015
Marine Accessories 3020
Marine Miscellaneous 3025
Motorcycles 3030
Sport Vehicles/ATVs 3035



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584 NW University Blvd.
Port St. Lucie, Florida 34986
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decision made by the Board with re-
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Congratulations to YMS Students of the week. Students and administrative staff (in no
particular order) are: Mr. Greseth, Alec Emmonds, Augustin Leon, Mr. Tedders, Sarah
Peoples, Savannah Treadway, Katelynn Keefe, Nancy Villanueva.


Yearling Students of the Week for Nov. 8, (in no particular order) are: , Makayla Davis,
Garrett Folbrect, Lupe Jimenez (back row) Juan Trejo, Sergio Vargas, Tristin Mavroides,
Kelsey Brewster and Mr. Greseth.


Brahmans defeat Tigers 48-20


Okeechobee News/Chauna Aguilar
Okeechobee Brahman Lonnie Pryor (24) ran for 247 yards in their game versus the Clewiston
Tigers on Friday, Nov. 9, where the Brahmans came out on top of the Tigers for the first time
since 1996 with a score of 48-20. The Brahmans (7-3) will go to their first play-off game on Fri-
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Stephen Ames will defend his LG Skins title


By Daniel Shube
The Thanksgiving tradition,
and I'm not talking' turkey, I am
.talking about the LG Skins Game
is just around the corner. Defend-
ing champion Stephen Ames was
doing the talking this week about
his plans to defend and his strat-
egy to defeat perennial Skins mas-
ter, Fred Couples.
So here's the Skins according
to Ames.
It's a fun format and enjoy-
able to watch especially the ones
(players) who have been serious
all year and then come out there
and start laughing. Something
that you don't, obviously, get to


see very often.
It's been a good experience.
It's always a better experience
and memory if you win, which,
for me, it was my first time. It was
awesome.
But, like I said, it's a very un-
usual format. We rarely get to play
that kind of format all year. And it
is a bit more laid back, and I think
that's probably why Freddy's the
king of the LG Skins Game, be-
cause he's very much, that is his
demeanor, very laid back and re-
laxed. That is when he performs
the best.
For me, I would say it's very
much the same way. I tend to


Fairways
and
Highways
by Daniel Shube


pick the game for what it is, and
try to enjoy it as much as I can. So
this format for me is excellent.
Fred, last year, definitely played
the best out of all of us. And it
came down to the last hole, and it
ended up, all four of us ended up


being in a playoff. And then guys
got eliminated.
And then it was just John
(Daly) and myself who actually
birdied the first hole and went on.
And that's when I ended up win-
ning because John put his ball in


the trap off the tee. So I ended up
with a birdie and he had a bogey.
So it is more timing than anything
else.
Obviously, all the skins are
bigger as the week goes on. The
second nine, the skins become
$50,000 and $75,000 per hole.
And then 18 is $200,000, so very
much timing without a doubt.
I am on a three-week break
right now. I will be completely
rested when I get to play the LG
Skins Game. So I'm looking for-
ward to it. Even more, living here
in Calgary, at that time of the year
it's going to be very cold, so I'll
be quite happy to get to Palm


Springs.
We've got, two of the four
players, who have won majors.
Freddy, obviously, won The Mas-
ters and Zach Johnson.
I think my confidence right
now is a lot higher than it was at
the end of last year or the end of a
year ago when I won the LG Skins
Game, also the beginning of this
year. I think the swings; the whole
aspect of the game itself has im-
proved a tremendous lot.
You can watch Stephen Ames
defend his LG Skins Game title
Saturday, Nov. 24 from 1:00 to
3:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 25
from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. on ABC.


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