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Title: The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Clewiston news
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston, Fla.
Clewiston, Fla
Publication Date: April 17, 2008
Copyright Date: 2008
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Volume ID: VID01224
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Clewiston Public Library
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Main stage performances for
the day include Rockin' Robin,
Jake Owen-and Chris Cagle. Ad-
rhission to the fun and festivities
is free.
"The community is definitely
more involved [than previous
years] Kelley interjects. "We
have more information booths
tan ever bfre."
.Information booths are for
area business to advertise by
passing out business cards or in-
formational fliers.
The entertainment doesn't
See Festival Page 18


the scenic site of the day's activi-
ties. Kicking off the 22nd Annual
Sugar Festival is the Rotary Club
Sugar Festival barbecue, begin-
ning Friday, April 18 at 11:30
a.m.
Come have lunch in the
Clewiston Library parking lot
through 1:30 p.m. Dinners in-
clude ribs, beans, coleslaw, rolls
and iced tea
And rest up, because later
that evening, the band "Down-
time" will lead a street dance
on Bond Street along with other
businesses in the area beginning
at 8 p.m.


Pam Kelley is the- vice presi-
dent of the Sugar Festival Com-
mittee.
"It has definitely gotten bigger
over the years," Kelley says of the
festival. "We have gone from lo-
cal bands to local bands and big
bands." Involved with the Sugar
Festival for nearly twoe decades,
she has watched the festival
grow year after year.
On the day of the show Sat-
urday, April 19, events begin as
early as 8:30 a.m. with the Tiger
Slam Tennis Tournament. The
BPW Arts and Crafts Festival be-
giins shortly after at 9 a.m. .


There is even a Fun Park fea-
turing -a rock-climbing wall, a
giant slide and many other rides
featured for kiddies.
With no rain in the weekend
forecast, according to Accu-
Weather.com, and nearly perfect
temperatures ranging from 81 to
86, it looks like it will be a fine
weekend for fun in the sun'
The festivities continue
throughout the day with Big
Lake Cruisers Classic Cars, Sugar
Festival Horseshoe Tournament,
a silent auction, a hospital bed
race and, rounding out the eve.
ning, a Sugar Festival Rodeo.


FeStival vows food '
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By Stankeisha Burche~ll
Special to the Clewiston News
CLEWISTON -- It's that t me
of year again for a weekend that
many spend the year anticipate"
ing. This years' Sugar Festival
is sure to bring something for
everyone with games, rides and
live music.
Clewiston's Civic City Park is


Sugar Festival
Reminders
Sugar Festival T-Shirts are
now on sale at the Chamber
Office. Youth and adult sizes
are available for purchase. Our
hours are Monday-Friday, 9
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Mark your calendars, don't
forget the Sugar Festival coffee,
for The Pittman Family, the 22nd
Annual Sugar Festival Honoree.
7:30 to 9 a.m. on Wednesday,
April 16 at the Clewiston Inn.
tio Chan er h~a ~r gst
You can also download the
form online and drop forms off
at the Chamber Office. J

Alzheimer's
group meets
The Alzheimer's support
group will meet regularly on
thehfirstoan third Tuesday of
For more information, please
call Palm Terrace of Clewiston
at (863) 983-5123.

Scout pack to meet
Cub Scout Pack 922 meets
on Thursday from 7 until 8
p.m. in the Parish Hall of Si.
Margaret Catholic Church (208
North Deane Duff ~Avenue).
WCle welcome ALL boys from
first through fifth grades. We're
what scouting is all about! Call
561-723-6753 with questions.
Applications are also available
at the Clewiston Chamber of
Commerce.
The group meets every
Wednesday at 3 p.m. Middle,
high school and advanced stu-
dents meet at 4 p.mT. Baton and
r, Pom-Pojms may be purchased
at class. For more information
call Jackie Tucker, director, at
863-983-0083 or Lynn Rogers
863-983-9833.
Cub Scout Pack 667 meets
on Thursday from 6 to 7 p.m. at
First United Methodist Church
on 331 West Osceola Ave. We
welcome all boys from first
through fifth grades. Pack 667
is where character counts and
adventure begins! Call 863-228~
3322 with questions or apphica-
tion information'

Scout meetingS
RHRORRO d
Pack 667 meets every Thurs-
day evening from 7 until 8 p.m.
at the First United Methodist
Church on West Arcade A-
enue across from Woodworks
Park. New Scouts and returning
Scouts are always welcome.


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Smell small
drawback for cane
sugar refinery

By Stankeisha Burchell
Special to the Clewiston News
CLEWISTON -- What is that
smell?
That is the question on the
minds and mouths of many resi-
dents and passers-by who hap-
pen to take a whiff of the outside
air during the agricultural sea-
ison.
"It smells like rotten eggs, out
there," says Lee Grimes, a new-
comer to the Clewiston area.
of moved here from Atlanta
Nearly two months ago but I just
can't get used to that smell," says
Grimes.
Well, rnost people in the area
will tell Grimes that it's just the
sugar mill and it's just seasonal,
In fact, Judy Sanchez, director of
corporate communications of-
fers a complete explanation to
the unpleasant air.
"During the extraction pro-
cess when the sucrose is being
removed from the cane," she
begins, "the stalk from the cane
is [cast aside] to be used for fuel
in the burners." She says before
the stalk is used, it is at rest ... in
the sun.
."Agricultural products ~plus
heat equals smells."
Also, a Clewiston Sugar Facto-
ry Report offers more extensive
explanation.
It reads as follows:
Much of the non-sugars and
some sucrose retrain in the final
residue from processing called
Molasses, which can be used as
See Smell Page 18


Submitted photo
O'ne student shows off his colorful hat by posing for a picture during story time at Eastaide Elementary.


Ms. Smith honed her skills
as the assistant director of the
Miss U.S. South Florida Teen
pageant -- grabbing shots of the
girls throughout the contests
and constantly searching for
ways to make hler phlotglaphi
stand out.
"I've always liked taking
pictures,"' said Ms. Smith. "I've
been interested in photography
since grade school."
It is the same basic drive that
characterizes her photography:
producing unique and memo-
ratble photos that her custom-
ers can be proud to display for
years to come-
Prior to leasing on Bond
Street, Ms. Smith took a look


around at what other photog-
raphers were doing and felt
as though she had something
worthwhile to offer.
While there' aren't many
photographers locally, she ney-
ertheless remains focused on
offering a quality product at a
low cost.
In recent weeks, the excited
new business owner has been
putting the final touches on her
studio, having rented the cor-
ner shop, built in 1929 and the
site of the city's first post office.
Once she saw the Classic two-
story building, she knew she
had to rent it '
See Studio -- Pag~e 18


New studio run by *
li4H911lphotographer

B3y Jose Jesus Zaragoza

Fillin-g the void of sFpecialty
businesses, ASmith Photog'
1. pi,1 Studio is preparing its
rllll "i opening on May 1-
Riather than driving many
miles to visit a photographer,
presidents m~il nowi~ have ;the
.IbIIIIsI to viSit a local Iprofes-
sional on 111 S. Bond St.
The studio is run by 2:3-year-
old Alshley Smith, a Clewriston
native wvho took to photogra-
phy~ at an early age.


INI/Jose Zaragoza
ASmith Photography Studio will be opening May 1st at its 111
S. Bond St. location.


Vo lume 81, Number 43


Sug ar Festival schedule of events


Promoting literacy: Eastside students read


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nearly 14 billion~gallons of water
from being discharged to tide
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above sea level this morning, Lake
Okeechobee's water level contin-
ues to make modest gains and is
expected to continue an upward
trend. Levels are now about five
inches higher than on this date
last year, however, remain about
four feet below the historical av-
erage for this time of year. Water
levels in the three Everglades Wa-
ter Conservation Areas in western
Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-
Dade counties are near or above
their optimum levels for this time
of year and nearly a foot higher
than this tirile last year.
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higher now than this time last
year, with the exception of a few
wells in Lee and Collier counties
that remain low. Water levels in
the Kissimmee River are at their
regulation, or optimum, levels
and higher than this time last year.
(Click here to view an overview of
water shortage conditions.)
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gins in November and ends with
the start of the wet season, typi-
cally in June. One of the season's
driest months is April, which
averages only 2.5 inches of rain
District-wide.
"While April is the ideal time
to heighten water use awareness,
we must create a long-term cul-
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Serving the communities south of Lake Okeechobee


month of the year," Ms. Wehle
said. To achieve that, stakehold-
ers have been meeting with the
District to develop a year-round
water conservation program for
South Florida that includes perma-
nent year-round two-day-a-week
landscape irrigation measures.
Their final recommendations will
be presented to the Governing
Board in June to guide an endur-
irig, conservation program across


the entire region.
For additional information on
the water shortage, irrigation re-
strictions or water conservation,
call the SFWMD's toll-free Water
Conservation Hotline at 1-800-
662-8876, visit www.sfwmd~gov
or contact a regional SFWMD
service center. Helpful water con-
servation tips also are available at
www.savewaterfl.com.


of West Palm Beach, are limited
to a two-day-per-week landscape
irrigation schedule with two "wa-
tering windows:"
Odd street addresses mnay ir-
rigate lawnls and landscapes on
Wednlesdlays and Saturdays from
12 a.mn. to 10 a.mi. anid/or 4 p.m.
to 11:59 p.m-.
Evenl street addresses may ir-
rigate lawns and landscapes on
Thursday and Sundays from 12
a.m. to 10 a.m. and/or 4 p.m. to
11:59 p.m.
The SFWMD recommends
the efficient use of water, which
includes placing a maximum of
about three-quarters of an inch to
an inch of water once per week
on lawns and accomplishing ir-
rigation during the early morning
hours when temperatures and
wind speed are the lowest to re-
duce evaporation losses.
Hand-watering with one hose
fitted with an automatic shut off
nozzle is allowed for 10 minutes
per day for landscape stress relief
and to prevent plant die-off. -
Low-volume irrigation, includ-
ing the use of drip and microjet
systems that apply water directly
to plant root zones, is not re-
stricted but should be voluntarily
reduced.
Additional watering days and
times are allocated for the estab-
lishment of new lawns and land-
scapes
No restrictions apply to other
outside water uses, such as for
car and boat washing, pressure
cleaning of paved surfaces, deco-
rative fountains and water-based
recreation (e.g. swimming pools,
water slides).
Golf courses must reduce their
allocated water use by 30 per-
cent.
Agricultural and nursery water
users in the Lake Okeechobee
Service Area remain subject to
Modified Phase Ill restrictions.
Because jurisdiction in certain
counties is shared with other wa-
ter management districts, the SF-
WMD has coordinated with these
agencies to simplify implementa-
tion and enforcement:
Residents of Orange and Os-
ceola 'counties should adhere to
any water restrictions set by the
St. Johns River Water Manage-
ment District.
Residents of Polk, Charlotte
and Highlandscounties. should
adhere to the water restrictions


set by the Southwest Florida Wa-
ter Management District with the
following exception:
Residents and other entities
located with-in th~e Indian Prairie
Riegionl, portions of the Kissimn-
mnee River Valley Water Use basin
and portions of the Lakteshore Pe-
rimeter Water Use Basin remain
~subject to Water Shortage Order
2007-684-DAO-WS.
Golf courses, nurseries, and
agricultural users District-wide
should follow SFWMD water use
restrictions.
One-Day-Week Watering Re-
mains in Effect in Areas of Con-
cern
Due to continued local con-
cerns about water resource avail-
ability, one-day-a week watering
remains in place for the cities of
Dania Beach, Hallandale Beach,
Lake Worth and Lantana and
portions of unincorporated Lee
County, including the Lehigh
Acres area. One-day-a week land-
scape irrigation remains in place
for residents and businesses in
the Lake Okeechobee Service
Area, which includes portions
of Hendry, Glades, Okteechobee,
and western Palm Beach and
Martin counties,
The District implemented one-
day-a-week restrictions region-
'wide in January for the first time
in the agency's history, based on
extreme water shortage condi-
tions and a continued rainfall defi-
cit of close to 25 inches. The Dis-
trict uses its emergency authority
to implement and modify water
.restrictions and bases these deci-
sions on the status of the region's
water resources.
"Our goal is to ensure we have
sufficient water to meet regional
demands during the remaining
two months of dry season and
beyond," said Carol Ann Wehle,
executive director of the SFWMD.
"These modifications will con-
tinue to protect the resource and
help transition the region into
a permanent year-round two-
day-a-week landscape irrigation
schedule."
Restrictions make a difference
Implementing water use re-
strictions has already proved ef-
fective during the continued re-
gional water shortage. Based on
data reported by 46 public water
utilities in Broward, Palm Beach,
Martin, St. Lucie, Collier, Lee and
Miami-Dade counties, an estimat-


WEST PALM BEACH-I-n re-
sponse to improved regional wa-
ter resource conditions, the South
FloridaWater Management District
(SFWMD) has modified emerglel-
cy water restrictions across most
of the agencyI's 16i-county region,
transitioning from one-day-week
landscape irrigation restrictions
to two-day-a-week watering. The
District's nine-member Govern-
ing Board adopted a "Modified
Phase 11 Severe Water Shortage
Order" effective April 18, insti-
tuting an up to two-day-a-week
watering schedule for residential
landscape irrigation. The sched-
ule will continue conserving re-
gional water supplies as part of
the District's response to the re-
glonal rainfall deficit. Landscape
irrigation accounts for up to half
of all household water consumip-
tion in Florida.
"It's important to note that we
are not lifting emergency restric-
tions. Our decision to modify the
restrictions is based on the im-
proved conditions of our water
resources," said SFWMD Govern-
ing Board Chairman Eric Buer-
mann. "We couldn't have made
this progress without the help
and cooperation of our citizens,
businesses, utilities, local govern-
ments and farms embracing wa-
ter conservation. The District has
also used deliberate and proactive
water management to help retain
as much water in the system as
possible over the past year."
~Under the water shortage
emergency order, the up to two-
day-a-week landscape irrigation
restrictions go into effect April 18,
with local governments encour-
a'ged to refrain from enforcement
until Thursday, May 1, allowing
residents with sufficient time to
become aware of the modified
restrictions. The modified manda-
tory restrictions apply to all water
from traditional sources, including
water from public utilities, private
wells, canals, ponds and lakes.
Users of 100-percent reclaiined
water are exempt from the re-
strietions but are encouraged to
conserve water voluntarily,
Highlights of the Modified
Phase 11 water shortage order in-
clude:
Residents and businesses of
Biona~\rd, Collier, Miami-Dade,
M'onroe; St. Lucie and coastal
areas of `Lee, Martin and Palm
Beach counties, including the City


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ter conservation, visit the PSC
Web site at http:/www.floridap-
sc.com/publications/consumer/.
brochures.aspx.
SThe 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.floridapse.com.


T LLAHASS'EE "One per-
son .can make a big difference
in Florida," said Public Service
Commission Chairman Matthew
~M. Ca'rter 11, who is urging Florid-
ians to reduce their water con-
sumption during April for Water
Conservation Month, declared by
Governor Crist and the Cabinet.
"We can make sensible choic-
es about our own water usage,
while also protecting Florida's
natural resource for future gen-
erations to use and enjoy," Chair-
man Carter added.
Chairman Carter suggests five
easy tips for residents to practice


not only this spring, but all year
long, to reduce water consump-
tion and save money on their wa-
ter and wastewater bill:
*Water your lawn in the morn-
ing and let water sink in slowly.
*Use a rake and broom to
clean sidewalks, drivreways, and
gutters instead of a hose. *
*Turn off the water while
brushing your teeth and shaving.
*Don't leave the water run-
ning while doing dishes.
*Use the proper load setting
when using your washing ma-
chine.
For more information on wa-


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*Stay at hotels with fitness
centers or swimming pools and
use them while on business trips.
*Take along a jump rope in
your suitcase when you travel.
Jump and do calisthenics in your
hotel room.
*Participate in or start a recre-
ation league at your company.
*Form a sports team to raise
money for charity events.
*Join a fitness center or Y near
your job. Work out before or after
work to avoid rush-hour traffic, or
drop by for a noon workout.
*Schedule exercise time on
your business calendar and treat
it as any other important appoint-
ment.
*Get off the bus a few blocks
early and walk the rest of the way
to work or home.
Walk around your building
for a break during the work day or
during lunch.

At Play
Play and recreation are im-
portant for good health. Look for
opportunities such as these to be
active and have fun at the same
time:
*Plan family outings and vaca-
tions that include physical activity
(hiking, backpacking, swimming,
etc.)
*See the sights in new cities by
walking, jogging or bicycling.,
*Make a date with a friend to
enjoy your favorite physical activi-
ties. Do them regularly,
.Play your favorite music
while exercising, something that
motivates you.
*Dance with someone or by
yourself. Take dancing lessons. Hit
the dance floor on fast numbers
instead of slow ones.
Join a recreational club that
emphasizes physical activity.
*At the beach, sit and watch
the waves instead of lying flat. Bet-
ter yet, get up and walk, run or fly
a kite.
S*When golfing, walk instead
of using a cart.
*Play singles tennis or racquet-
ball instead of doubles-
*At a picnic, join in on bad-
minton instead of croquet.
*At the lake, rent a rowboat
instead of a canoe.


Wednesday is National Start
Walking Day, sponsored by the
American Heart Association. Obe-
sity is a major health issue in the
United States, and excess weight
contributes to many other health
problems such as heart disease'
and diabetes. Most Americans
don't get enough exercise, re-
search shows.
Walking is a low impact, easy
and inexpensive way to start an
exercise program. You don't need
any special equipment. You don't
have to go to a class. You can do it
anytime and just about anywhere.
And as the price of gas increas-
-es, walking -- rather than driving
-- is also good for the budget.
According to their research, ev-
ery hour of active exercise may in-
crease your lifespan by two hours.
To encourage Americans to
walk more, the American Heart
Association offers help on their
web site, http:.//mystartonline.
org/. There you can sign up for a
personal page, and keep track of
your daily activity, food intake and
fitness progress. You can also sign
up to receive health and fitness
information tips via email or by
regular mail.
The American Heart associa-
tion offers the following tips to
"Start moving":

At Home
It's convenient, comfortable
and safe to work out~ at home. It
allows your children to see you be-
ing active, which sets a good ex.
ample for them. You can combine
exercise with other activities, such
as watching TV: If you buy exer-
cise equipment, it's a one-time ex-
pense and other family members
can use it. It's easy to Have short
bouts of activity several times a
day. Try these tips:
*Do housework yourself in-
stead of hiring someone else to
do it,
*Work in the garden or mow
the grass. Using a riding mower
doesn't count! Rake leaves, prune, .
dig and pick up trash.
*Go out for a short walk be-
fore breakfast, after dinner or
both! Start with 5-10 minutes and
Work up to30 minutes.
*Walk or bike to the corner
store instead of driving.


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*When walking, pick up
the pace from leisurely to brisk.
Choose a hilly route. When watch-
ing TV, sit up instead of lying on
the sofa. Better yet, spend a few
minutes pedaling on your station-
ary bicycle while watching TV
Throw away your video remote
control. Instead of asking some-
one to bring you a drink, get up off
the couch and get it yourself.
*Stand up while talking on the
telephone.
*Walk the dog.
*Park farther away at the
shopping mall and walk the ex-
tra distance. Wear your walking
shoes and sneak in an extra lap or
two around the mall.
*Stretch to reach items in high
places and squat or bend to look
at items at floor level.
*Keep exercise equipment re-
paired and use it!

At the Office
Most of us have sedentary jobs.
Work takes up a significant part
of the day. What can you do to
increase your physical activity dur-
ing the work day? Why not:
*Brainstorm project ideas with
a co-worker while taking a walk.
*Stand while talking on the
telephone.
*Walk down the hall to speak
with someone rather than using
the telephone.
*Take the stairs instead of the
elevator. Or get off a few floors
early and take the stairs the rest of
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retired from the worked force, so
he and his wife Pearl could divide
their time between Jamaica, U.S.
and Canada to visit their extensive
family alld occasionally care for
eMr. Ma sey embodied the defi-
nition of a Christian gentleman.
Throughout his life, he always
shared the love of Christ and be-
lief that as long as you believe in
Christ as your Lord and Savior,
yu shalla nvry oi huhaar life
look forward to Higher Ground'
where we shall meet him in Christ
88eo wsdpredeceased by his two
sons Michael "Monty" Massey,
2007, and Joseph Massey, 1990.
He is survived by his loving
wife, Pearl Massey, nine of his
children, 23 grandchildren and 11
great-grandchildren. Mr. Massey
will be laid to rest.in a private cer-
emony. The family would like to
invite you to attend a Memonial/
Celebration Service in Honor of
Hebert R. Massey. The service will
be held on Sunday, April 20, at 2
p.m. in New Harvest Church, 360
Holiday Isles Blvd. Clewistoa.
In lieu of flowers, the fam-
ily suggests memorial donations
be made to Hope Hospice 9470
11e~alt~hpark Circle Fort Myers, Fla.


LOrrakie Marie
Crayeraft
58, inP kMarieleCr Pcrat, aa
April 5, 2008 after a long batt e
wit ceancr born June 17, 1949.
She resided in Pahokee with her
son, Jimmy Ladd, and his family.
She wras loved by her family and
friends and she loved life. She was
am eirca~te mtheer nisd dran -
by her family and friends.
Mrs. Craycraft was preceded
iM death by der beovedicparents
Fi t, Mchan her brother, Kenneth
Pickett of Chicago, Ill.; husbands
Bruce Ladd, Sr. of Flint, Mich. and
Victor Craycraft of Flint, Mich.
Mrs. Craycraft is survived by
siblings Mary Pickett of Flint,
Mich., Arthtir and Linda Pickett
of Port Richey, Jeffery Pickett of
Boynton Beach, and many loved
nephews and nieces; her children,
James and Drew Shimkus-Ladd of
Pahokee, Tina Ladd of Sand Lake,
Mich., Karen and John Fuller of
Belvidere, Ill.; grandchildren, En-
sion Victor Ladd, Tiffany Fuller,
Aiam Krohn, Amanda Fuller. Jazi-
men Bensett, Randy Elkins, and
BrPr vat srvices for family and
close friends will be held at the
Shimkus-Ladd home in Pahokee
on Saturday, April 19, at noon.
All memorial contributions
may be made to the American
Cancer Society in memory of Lor-
raine Marie Craycraft.

Herbert Randolph
MRSSey
Herbert "Mass Herbs" Ran.
dolph Massey, age 90, was a resi-
dent of Clewiston and Kingston,
Jamaica. He was born on Aug.
6, 1917 to John Massey and Edith
Bron inS~forth At riTho2'
while in Clewiston, at the home
af hs sen sati pe ecIly Moass y
ural causes. Mass Herbs was 90

married on Oct. 1, 1941 in Kings-
ton, St. Andrews Parish, Jamaica
to Floris Marion "Pearl" Watt. With
his wife of 66 years they had 11
children; Patricia (Atidley), Peter
(Melody), Mont (Charmayne),
John (acque y), Christopher
(Cherie), Marjory (Robert), Trev-
or, Elizabeth, Joseph, Mark (Ger-
aldine) and Patrick (Alice).
He worked for the Jamaican
Government as a civil servant as
director of maintenance until he
moved ih 1974 to the U.S. as liai-
son officer between the migrant
workers and several U.S. com-
panies. At the age of 72, Herbert


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The weddingf is planned for
Saturday April 19, 2'008 at New
Harvest tChurch.
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graduate of Clewiston High
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Submitted photo
Bikers gather in Moore Haven to start their excursion
around Lake Okeechobee.

;Local Weather Forecast

Weather Forec~ast
Weather forecast for Hendry County from the National Weather
Service
Clewiston and surrounding area
Thursday: A sunny day with a high near 83. Calm winds becoming
least around 6 mph.
Thursday night: The night will be mostly clear with a low around
54. Winds will be east between 5 and 8 mph becoming calm.
Extended Forecast
co iday: A mostl sunny day with a high near 86. Calm winds be-
Friday night: The night will be partly cloudy with a low around 58.
Winds will be from the southeast between 3 and 7 mph.
Saturday: A mostly sunny day with a high near 86. Winds w~ill1 be
light and variable.
Saturday night: A partly cloudy night with -a low around 59.
Sunday: A mostly sunny day with a high near 88.
Sunday night: A partly cloudy night with a low around 59.
Monday: The day will be mostly sunny with ~a high near 87.


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Mary Ann Martin's Marina for fun
and renewing of past friendships.
The festivities will begin at 5 p.m.
- and last into the evening. Mebu
itemorwill be available frmtin
please call Billy or Judy Swindl
at 863-983-5522.

Ladies Auxiliary
to host dinnerS
The VFW Post 4185 Ladies
Auxiliary serves dinner every
Wednesday. Dinners are served
from 6 until 8 p.m. The cost is
$6 and the public is invited to eat
in or take out. A different meal is
served each Wedilesday. Please
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Binge night
change announced


for AA meetingS
Alcoholic Anonymous meet-
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Palm Avenue, on Fridays and Sat-
urdays from 7 until 8 p.m. Meet-
ings also take place on Thurs~
oay at teS orl Tt etceNursmng
p.m. Meetings also take place on
Monday and Thursdays a .m'

Church, 5 miles os th onisFlr -
hole Road.

Happiest baby
classes planned
The Child Care of Southwest


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h rcive ater ifictin nothei
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Darline Pinheiro, an educa-
tional consultant, with 16 years
of experience at CCSWFL will
teach the Happiest Baby on the
Block class which was created
by Dr. Harvey Karp, whose land-
mark work discovered the calm-
ing reflex that helps parents learn
to soothe babies, usually within
minutes.
Hands on topics and video
presentations cover such topics
as: The Missing Trimester, The
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the five simple techniques that


activate the calming reflex.
Parents will receive Dr. Karp's
CD's of The Happiest Baby on the
Block and Super soothing sounds.

Chhilld car prc ierss wIdlrce
a CD for their facility. The cost of
the class is being underwritten in
part by GA Foods Inc. The regis-
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Darline at 863-425-10q50 at Child
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My daughterwas selling aprod-
uct to help children go to church
camp, and you took money away
that was to be used for good. God
will deal with you for thiat-
I hope the law catches you
before you do harm to anyone
tele for you are despicable in the


A blatant robbery
This is for two men and I use
the term "men" loosely, who as-
saulted and robbed my daugh-
ter in the Bello parking lot of
Clewiston. You are very cowardly
to attack a woman, and you are
c rtanaly notlhmngyour ~parents or


siyfMoeHve~t ~.h Casal re~un" on. eparticip~ants Clewiston IIks Lodge #1853
cit ofMooe Hve at9 am. hewill enjoy an evening of festivi- is proud to announce that they
bikers departed at 9 a.m. heading ties at the big Red Barn at Billy will be pai ng bingo on Thurs_
north towards the city of Okeecho- Swindle's (a 1958 graduate) and day nights aa opposed to Monday
bee. The route continued over his wife, Judy Swindle's home at nights. All are welcome to Come
the northern end of the lake and 7500 W. Highway 27, Clewiston, and play; cash prizes awarded
began traveling back s~outh. The Florida. The festivities begin at 4 Proceeds also go to helping lo;
bikers enjoyed a pit stop at the .p.m. and end later in the evening. cal students obtain scholarship
Port Mayaca Overlook in Martin Additionally, on Saturday, May o prtunities. Early birds start
County During the pit stop, bik- 3, the 1958 class invites the 1956, atp 630 p.m. with regular games
ers were treated with ice, cream 1957, 1959 and 1960 Clewiston satn t 7:30 p~.Helpu t
and bottled water. The trip then High School graduates to join 1e notlars becas "Ellks usmo
continued southbound through them for a time of renewing and Elks sh ,,
Pahokee, Belle Glade, South Bay, reuniting with fellow classmates. sae.
Clewiston and then back to the .The classes will gather at Scotty's
Chalo Nitka grounds. The bikers Tiki Bar located at Roland and NOW times set
ate a barbeque chicken dinner, .
prizes were awarded and the General News and Inform ation.
event ended around 2 p.m. The
bikers enjoyed a light breeze and Sugar Festival free addiction counseling, assess-
a sunny 85 degrees during the af- ments, and referrals to rehabilita-
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facility would like to thank the The Pittman Family, the 22nd An- Actors and actresses wanted.
city of Moore Haven for the use nual Sugar Festival Honoree. 7:30 Have you performed in school,
of the Chalo Nitka grounds and a to 9 a~m. on Wednesday, April 16 church, college, or just want
special thanks to Herald Watson at the Clewiston Inn. to have your moment in lights?
for his assistance. The Chamber has registra- Come join the theater family of


Moore Haven Correctional
Facility hosted its second an-
Snual "Big Lake Bike Excursion"
;on March 15. Twenty-four bikers
Drove around the perimeter of
SLake Okeechobee to raise pro-
ceeds for the Special Olympics-
Participants included a GEO Care
Corporate Official, Moore Haven
,Correctional employees, spous-,
:les,,Glades County Officials, local
business owners, and citizens.
;The annual bike excursion has
Been a big hit for local bikers. The
first two rides resulted in over 40
different riders and motorcycles
Participating in the excursions.
Amazingly, 50 percent of th
Riders of this event had partici-
Spated in both excursions. Upon
completing the 110-mile trip, a

barnbequ el aront d hel o

Given to each rider who participate.
Sed and prizes were given out for
the most extraordinary, unique,
ad cso es kmtoer yce presented
for "Coolest Bike," Avant Brown
Swon "Sharpest Bike," Juan Rodri-
guez won "Most Original Bike."
The bike excursion assembled
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translation is available. For more
information, please contact CW
Baxter 863-983-6554 or Teresa
Sanders 863-233-1350

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Help in court
A volunteers position available
as a court appointed Juvenile Ar-
bitrator for the Twentieth Circuit
in LaBelle. The court is responsi-
ble for iriposing sanctions on first
time juvenile offenders. If interest-
ed, please call 239-458-7088.

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The Community Rebuilding
Ecumenical Workforce (CREW)
of Hendry and Glades Counties
sisdheenkindg volau tes Htor ast

Wilma
Caa. enters, Electricians,
Pl tprs drwl i stalled ad
'othmr tae kls sa in need d, as
welldas anyone willing to lend a
"We are also looking for dona-
tions of furniture, be ding and
app lances ior our c ins dho
are stl in need ofese every day
items.
For more information or to do-
nate please contact CREW at 863-
983-2390 or come by our office
located at Harlem Academy Day-
care Center, 944 Harlem Academy
Ave.) Room #12. You can also
email us at crewheadquarters@
hotmail.com.

Cancer Society hosts

infoYrlative gathering
Come and sop by tosee wa
resources the American -Cancer
Society in partnership with Unit-
eadioWay has to oeo che atqesen
Way House of LaBelle, 117 Fort
Thompson, LaBelle, from 5 until
6:30 p.m. Refreshments will be
available! For more information,
please call 941-6?7-3000, ext. 111.
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tion forms for the 5nKRun/Walk.
You can also download the form
online and drop forms off at the
Chamber Office. Just a reminder
that we have event tickets on sale
also for: The Rotary Club BBQ'
ribs and fixings, for Friday, April
18, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Clewiston
Library Parking Lot, $8 each. The
Kids Park Tickets, advance sale
price $7 each. Tickets will cost
$10 the day of the Festival. 50/50
Draw Tickets, $1 each. Tickets
Swill be on sale at the ~Festival/
Chamber Booth up to the draw
at 5 p.m.

STRXpayers to receive
IRS checkS
Starting in May, the IRS will
begin sending economic stimu-
lus payments to an estimated 130
million taxpayers. You don't need
to do anything more than file a
2007 tax return! The IRS will do
the rest! All exemptions shown
on the return must have valid so-
cial security numbers. If you don't
have a filing requiremerit, i.e., so-
cilsdicsiti re ipins ,vveoeranti
erans with disabilities, or railroad
retirement benefit recipients, you
will need to send in: a simple tax
Return this year in order to receive
this payment. For the latest infor-
mation go to wwwjirs.gov.

Household Hazardous '

Waste Center openS
Household Hazardous Waste
will be accepted by appointment
Only
Hours of appointments will be
during posted hours of operation,
No waste may be dropped off
unless a HHW attendant is pres-
Sent. Please call 863-675-1462 for a
drop-off appointment.

Free SerVICOS-
t0 help elderS ~
Center for Independent Liv-
ing will, be doing outreach on a
: regular basis at the Moore Ha-
ven, Clewiston, and LAlBelle sites
between the hours of noon until
2:30 p.m. You can contact Tera or
Linda at the Center for Indepen-
.dent Living at 941-766-8333 in
Charlotte County to find out the
days that they will be available in
those areas.

AddictiOR


recovery help
Narconon reminds parents
that during the simmer months
children are more apt to let bore
dorri set mn and drugs and alcohol

Syu hid ths smrs. I rn t
recognize the signs of drug and
acohol addiction and get the help

If you or someone you know is
struggling with an addiction, call
Narconon. NARCONON offers


the Firehouse Cultural Center, 241
N. Bridge Street in LaBelle, For
more information, call 863-675-
3066 '

NOW YOSidBntS benefit
frOD flOmleStead
Kristina A. Kulpa, Hendry
County Property Appraiser, an-
nounces that property owners
who have established a new
permanent residence in Hendry
County, or have changed owner-
ship in any manner must make a -
new application to qualify for up
to $50,000 Homestead Exemp-
tion.
If you have .established resi-
dency before Jan. 1, 2008, you
can comeamn ands aply. Shoul

additional information, Please
feel free to call the Lallelle Office
at 883-675-5270 or the Clewiston
Office at 863-983-3178. The La-
Belle and Clewiston office hours
are 8:30 a.rri.5 p.m. Moriday
through Frddy. .

Deadline fobr Ag Cl&S-
SifieatioH COming
Kristina A, Kulpa, Hendry
County Property ~Appraiser, an-
nounces that the deadline for the
Agriculture Classification is fast
Sapp ocig.. ,
Do you have' a commercial Ag
business?
Agriculture classificationss are
not transferable. New owners of
agricultural lands iinust apply in
order to receive an agriclutural
classification. If the status of the
land changes in any way, it is the
responsibility of the taxpayer to
notify the property appraiser's' of-
Sfce.
The absolute deadline for fil-
ing an ap iatianni Murc t ls r

concerns regarding Agricultural
Classification please feel free to
contact the property appraiser's
office at 863-675-5270 or visit the
Web site at www.Hlendr yprop.
org

SStop the violence ser-
vices available
The Hendry add Glades DoneS-
tic and Sexual Violence Council'S -
mission is to infdrease community
awarentas about domestic and
sexual violence and victim safety
by providing services, referralS
and education relating to the af-
fects of domestic./sexual violence
in our community. The meetings
rotate between LaBelle, Clewis-
ton and Moore Haven. To get in-
Volved in the col.ncil or for infor-
mation about meeting dates and
Times, please call Abuse Council
and Treatment, Inc.'s Rural Exten-
uion .RAC) .63- p k8 1, 3



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Wanted for Hendry Regional Medical Center in Clewiston.
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Wanted for Hendry Regional Medical Center in Clewiston,
Florida. Minimum ReQuirements: Bachelor's degree with two
years experience, and eligible for national certification, and
must be eligible to seek a state of Florida license. The position
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receive Federal payments.
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@Please submit resume and salary requirements to BED Huntington king size,
hr@ecof.com or fax to 239-790-2431. For more solid wood, 7ft hdboard & 7
EyeCentersofFlorida information about Eye centers of Florida, ft dresser w/mirror, 12 draw-
'Impnwinl:11 Iv(llOurouncatonue please visit our website at: www.ecof.com. ers. $1100 (863)228-2311
~STORAGE SHEDS~ QUANTUM HUT 40 x 44 x BED Queen size with mat-
ent0 5b e~r mb d 500 res )&1-b50x spring. $100.
III VSnnc Evroe QUANTUM HUT -40x44x15, BUNK BEDS -heavy duty
DOUBLE ~Al OVEN -hd Kithe Ad' 80-30-10 Paid $6000. Asking $4500. frames, Full size top & bot-
neW 00nd, white, inclds 80-3-16(863)357-1975 After 6pm tom, $250. (863)610-3147
ndp ndIEn pprwil PDEIEC OUERC m0: na ch unerc )n4e 4ir- 2~ x;~P;r~kh BUNKBEDS Red/metal, twin
nBVef SCCept any advertise. Be a Hendry C uty top, full bottom, includes
ment that is illegal or con- School Board Bus MINI FRIDGE good cond., comforters, curtains & val-
sidered fraudulent. In all Driver. Contact the $75. (863)517-2329 Salon-mate pedicure cart, ance. $100 (239)986-0174
caeso retioniablse val. Tratnsport~ation Det. ,DRAupi leac makod 3)63 9rbawer6, n w FL1066ILS f90$40 / (CUA IN ge
guarntee inome romcondition. $175. or best of- located in Loxahatchee.
work-at-home programs if fr(834754TANNCNPY-Snus TLE-0css,4 x4% $50(6)9963es
it sounds too good to be 2000S, 10 bulb, $100 or Daltile brand, White glazed ce-
true, chances are that it is. REFRIDGERATOR/FREEZER best offer. 863-634-5888 ramic, K101 441P1 shade CORNER COMPUTER DESK -
If you have questions or WANTED: 10 HOMES To show Sears, Kenmore, Almond, 5550. $100. (863)635-9084 white/pine, good condition,
doubts about any ad on off our new lifetime exterior Matching Stove. Runs very WOLFF TANNING BEDS As $100 or best offer.
these pages, we advise that aint Call now to seoeifouj~rPe good. $175. (863)612-6575 Low as $28 a month! FREE WATER SYSTEM Complete, 772-215-4085
before responding or send- meulfs.DVD Pye -Orrby 1.5hp pump, water softener, OC eg akrud
ing money ahead of time, ( 8 88) 8 00 056 REFRIGERATOR Frigidaire, 4/25/08 CALr L ETSO~ ~~ Tan T- Prssure tank. Like new.CUH eieacgrnd
you check with the Better, (Lic.#CBC010111) side by side, works well, DAY! (800)842-1305 $700 neg. (863)763-3932 w/blue & burgundy fo e~rO
Business Bureau at good shop fridge. $275. wwwknp tstan om. 02
77- I t2s010 for previous (863)517-0664 (Muse) : 1C8U6C3H3 ul z, loalde
complaint, I IREFRIGERATOR GE, White, ~ m sign. $175 (863)675-2804
S 800and 00 tlephw/ice maker, GE electric BABY ITEMS Crib, Stroller,
Sommes m ui an 9 tlpone NEW SELF stove. Exc. cond. $350. Will BIKE 21 s eed, 26" Magna High Chair & Walker, $1.70 COUCH Leather, Ottoman,
nmexrachain weuel as TRG separate. (863)517-0244 Womens bike an car farier 3)673 04l separately. 11me clroo~d cndition.
long distance toll costs. We 46 units 7xi5, 8xi5, REFRIGERATOR glass rack. $50 (863)8042 637-54 1. 6)7-22
wId our ess t lrtsou 1103x1515 10x302x l shelves that rIl out ikcen'k M01UNOTAINilBI ES (s3epa I 6 BO TH BDUILDE1RO- phmsm CUojhe / fa ig /e matens
the ads, but occasionally $275 neg.. (863)675-2596 (863)467-4674 set, fits toddler matrss, good & orange, $500 neg.
we may not be aware of the electric, SeCUre On cond. $25 (863)763-6131 (863)763-4461
.charges. Therefore, if you Commerelo St. REFRIGERATOR -side by *DNTEST-Wh4car
lra, suemca tout of. yor35 t rmte, black rm ee. hirl. Tror ELRtleBTEkes w/ci ratsc & cushions, good condition.
CleWISton $200. (863)763-0141 tress. $100. or will sell sep- $40 (863)467-6984
Shop ~ ~ ~ ~ olc frmagf aao eppgSOE- hrpo, odcn NATURAL HEALING 8 large arate. (239)770-5493 FURNITURE French Provin-
that's updated regulaly: edition $75 (863)763-4220 volumes, covers everything TOYS For infants to 3 years 9 ci BiR & one, $80so o
theclasl~ds 863-983-2808, or (863)610-4611 from A-Z,'07 series. $125 or of age $60 takes all or will 9 ps., more, $814
after hrs. best offer. (863)467-0627 sl separately. sp 837384
Need a few more bucks to 863-983-8979 S Re n rlpao sR OMNEBOS 2)Lws (863) 763-6131 Okee area LIVING ROOM Sb st 7fpecr.
purchase something inghouse, $100 for both or Amore $10 (863)763-1059 .IImhr ~ 1~ 29867-4201
der iku oebest offer. (863)885-2758 (239)~~u --
extra bucks when you ROMANCE BOOKS (80) Har- LR SET 8 pc., white leather
sel your used Items in WASHER Kenmore & Whirl- lequin $10 (863)763-1059 9 prs.-of mens Ralph Lauren sofa & loveseat, 2 lamps, 3
the classnifeds. pool dryer. Good shape. pants, 36 x 32, like new, tables & ig. TV armoire,
a t~~ CENTRAL HEAT & AIR UNIT $2603)4-13 for both misc. women size 2-6 avail. $350. (863)467-5965
01l OSGoodman 48k btu, service 839613 (863)763-7497 after 6 p.n1- ROCKING CHAIR inside/out-
bvry estr, (ke63)e3-93 5100 WASHTER SdD ERS BLDNSFRAL!BATWEDDING DRESS sz. 12/14, S6d5, likornew, exc. co d.r

~t~n~J ~ Ikcm$95 & up, 1 yr warranty NEXT INCREASE!" Deposit betd Hewh (83 n8-0$2 or 863 675-2596
-. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ (3)6407 ----- --RFRGRTOS&STVS ho o 304 months. 25x40 wn ss m n SOFA & LOVESEAT Good
(239)694-07780 $610,0. 30x40 $73 ,00.3x7 I condition. Country blue &
Bb itig 05 WOOD BURNING COOK L, feerhRcce Mia y .the40x8Man fctrr white. $150. (863)467-1540
Cid C re #e e d40 STOVE Antique, excellent yw ue ne ms cy se s n c e BASEBALL Atlanta Braves TABLES Coffee & 2 End,
CInstrctone 42er 1) condition. $225 ng emn ecas- 1980...(800)668-5422. World Series, $100. Glass w/ cherry wood. $150
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Dining Room Server . ...2 ..Evenings ..Hourly .. ..Part-Time
COCktail Server .. .. .. .. .2 .Nights/Grave .Hourly . .Part-Time
Prep Cook . .... .. ....3 .. .Day/Swing .Hourly .. ..Full-Tilme
Dishwasher .... .. .. .. ..2 .Days/Swing .Hourly ... .Full-Time
Public Space
Fl00r Attendant .. .. .. ..2 .Swing/Grave .Hourly .. ..Full-Tinne
Maintenance Tech .. ...1 . ..Swing . ..Hourly . ...Full-Time
CaSino Host.. ... .. .. ..1 .All (Flexible) .Salary .. ..Full-Timne
Maintenance Supervisor .1 . ..Flexible ..Salary .. ..Full-Time
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The Tribal Council gives preference in all of its employment practices to Native Americans. First preference in hiring,
training, promoting and in all other aspects of employment is given to members of the Seminole Tribe of Florida who meet
the job requirements. Second preference is given to other members of federally recognized Native American Tribes who
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Registered Nurses L1
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and assists in clinics; two yeasTS
nUfSing experience; bi-lingual plus.
Pre-employment Drug Testing
Background screening/fingerprinting
required. EEO/AA. Apply on line:
https://p~eoplefirst.myflonida.com
Ca/1 Alina @ 863-946-0707 x208
or Patti @ 863-674-4041 x135
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Family Practice ARNP providing medical
services in infanit/child/adult Primary Care
Clinics @ Glades County Health Department,
Pre-employment Drug Testing, Background
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ANN DYESS LAURA SMITH TRAVIS DYESS ANGELICA GONZALEZ
(863) 983-8979 Broke Aso~c a (863)228-221S SEA1 ESOL

RESIDENTIAL 2/1 cottage on 3.68 acres PB 4/2 DWMH Montura $135K
Condo Bass Capital reduced Cournty $174,900 3/2 DWIMH with o/g pool
$139K 3/2/2 with pool on man-made Evercane Rd $185,000
4/2/ New Home Reduced to lake $310,000 3/2 DWMH Woodlands-great
$269,000 3/2/2 CBS home with very secluded corner lot $134,9b00
3/2 Royal Palm $230,000 Idrge back yard $259,900
2/2 Really Cute $125K 2/1 near all amenities $99,000 VCN A D
3/2 2/ acres F ag hole New 3/2/1 with Den -
$240,000 Seller Wants All SugarlanelCir. $220 000 MH Lot in Sherwood $24,900
Offers 2 Family Unit 3/1 and 1/1 Montura 1.25 acre lots avail-
4/ g( at ideiNU1~id Good income $174,900 able Call for Listings.
Restrajl e s~RIY 3/2/2 with pool and guest- Flaghole 2.41 ac $110,000
4/2.5/2 on lake $377,500 house $295,000. 27.5 acres Pioneer $495,000
3/2/2 Brick, fenced back yard 2 or 3/1.5 Brick Home Huge 11 Montura lots $16,000 each
$215,000 backyard for kids short sale 17.5 acres Pioneer $315,000
3/2/2 New Home $279,900 $189,000 Port LaBelle unit 102 $35K
3/3/2 New Home $299.900 b.b.0
3/2 on 2.5 acres Pioneer -adj. MOBILE HOMES '
2.5 acres also available SWMH on 4 Lots (4.56 acres) in
$165,000 Woodland S/D $275,000 COMMERCIAL
3/2/2 with.Ioft room (has BA as 3/2 DWMH- with 2.5 acres Cabinet Shop 4800 sq. ft. &
well) $379,000 Montura $150,000 Apt. $200,000
3/2/2 with pool reduced to 3/2 Ridgdill S/D $105,000 Turn-ktey movie theater on
$269,900 3/2 DWMH Midstate Loop US27 $495 000 or building '
4/2 Harlem $120,000 seller will pay c/costs $94,900 only $395,000






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- Branld New Villa 3bd/1.5b Must see @ 198k;
- G:orgeous C:HS H ome w ith 2 zonle AC, en~closed
hcntear t-ol, a~ w~irh Irrivay fence
-1/2ancre r SALE PEND~ING I+I.
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-RENT`!! Executive H-ome 41/3 w:!ool 1800 per month
- .ir 'ls erl nRAmi~~noca rlO or 2000)sql.t
- Molve inl Condlritionl 3!2 on Arcadia comes widx
huild;able lot $234~,900
- GrearIneation!!Miust See42 (I('sk
- Checkl it Oult!! New C~onstrulctiou! Cutstomn
H~omels Starting i 1 19k1

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MUSTI SEE ri 93)k
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Moox, Inwe1 ludt lub 32 MI l~ 135ki
- ~~lrri- : keon5C.Nuelywith2 037 CB. l2ue 700
lhcilib Clon $1c nuwtu < k I~l $171500K
- Fenlrcd 3/2 MvlII Perfect it fo irst rtime buyerr
or invescttor i& 68k
- RED~UC ED)!!l luge k MH on fEncerd lIbats @ 195kt
""\~r Laes!S Bc fiil~ ILf ~c dc 3/2 MH
with, screeneld prc~lch theingl lak~e ri: 134,900)
Ilenting"i\ SALE PEND1NG
La;kepor~t 401 acres o~f pastrelr lanld. f~enced and
across tenlced. located on thT liRun C:atna. C~attic?
Nulsev? Or just a horle intheco unoy$3i5K peracre
Moorle 1 Ilavn Yach~t C:lub lot only 21k;
-Vacanlt lot inl Iooker~s Ponint @ 2!7k

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ACREAGE, LAND s LOTS


*Just listed! 2 duplexes on Obispo Ave,
eato nit has 2Ban1BA. Just %259,900
*3/2, MH large lot, Holiday Isles Mobhile
Home Park~. Only $6i9,900.
*2/1 Home on Sagamore Ave. $130,000
*3/3 MH in Seminole Manor $120,000
*Bring All Offers!! 3/2 CBS on
Northside $220K
*31/2 MH in Sunshinetak~es only $129),000
*2/1 H me attacited il upartlmenlt,
*3/2 Homne w/lrg Famlily Ro~om, located
aln N Borner Rd. Redluced to $199,900
*2/1 Great Starter Home, hardwood
Iloors and cozy fireplace only $129,000
MOORE HAVEN/ LAKEPORT
*2/1 MH, Laktep~ort w/ direct Lake"O"
Access. Reduced to $109K
*Spacious 2/2 in Lakeport in Lowry Ln.
Comp~letley Remniddeled. Lake "O"
Access $259,000
*Lk Ie rmw/2 CBS Thatcher Blvd.


*Commercial lot 100x115. Great
ao/ BHon 5 cla re dy ao nlrsery
* utildal lt o~n2 01 Monto Ave.
$129,9)00, Own~er Financin~g Available
*.33 ac lot in Port LaBelle $59,.000
*2 lots, Horseshoe Acres Only $59,000
*Highlands Co. 10, 28, 8r 80 AC.
Owner Financing Available
*Just listed corner lot in Lakre Placid,
eye close te, 11l course, $99,900
MONTURA
*3.75 Acres, Ident fo~r Big Famlily with
Horses Only $89).500
1.5 acr a~t avaoil. Smurtingi at $25K

.Mnu~ 18 < 2.5 Acrecs $50,000 or can
be dlividedl $25,000 calch
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New 3br/2ba DW $41,900
factory clearanOS SalO. Call
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to qualify 863-675-8888
New 3BR/2BA Ig DW on your
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available w/little to no down
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AMAZING LAND
DEAL !
10 acres in pvt comm
Starting at $180,000
Ownr f nncn at5 575% APR
www.okee and orsale.com
CLEWISTON: 1.93 Acres
on cul-de-sac, 250 Taft
Blvd., 509' Frontage, for
sale or lease. 561-985-7570

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Investment Properties: 3 lots


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VACUUM Kirby The Ultimate
G Series. All attach. Extra
bags. DVD Owners Manual
$200a(863)634-9526





Chrisrtmas Trees 745
Farm Equipment 805
Farm Feed/Products 810
Farm Miscellaneous 815
Farm Produce 820

Offerd s 82
Services Wanted 830
Fertilizer 835
Horses 810
Landscaping
Supplies 845
Lawn & arden 850
Livestock 855
Paultry/Supplies 860
Seneds/sPlants' 65





TRACTOR 58 Allis Charmers
kD model I esoecrn 8

TRACTOR- '57 641 Ford, mo-
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HORSdEsTACKrop rearin 115 r
down, never used, $65.
(863)675-3032
PONY Min Shetland, 14 yr
old black & white paint mare,

(63)357-11a $50



BUSH HOG Rhino, 6 foot.
$1800. (863)234-1230
FERRETS 3-(F 1-(M), With
frg~esdX e, arl abccessoriebs of
(863)634-3783.7pm-9pm
GRASSHOPPER MOWER 27
hp, 61" cut. $3900
(863)946-0307

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$550 (863)675-2882



(561) 718-8580
LEAF BLOWER/mulcher/



MULCHER/ILAWN VAC Cou `
gal, ilke nlew. 3200
(863)675-4858
REClUNERS a ir, Ou t o
frames. Padded head cush-
ion $130. (863)532-1584
RIDING MOWER Craftsman
11hputengunw/elecetaic st~artd
(863)763-7875
RIDING MDWER Yard Ma.
chines by MTD, 13 hp eng
electric start, as- cut, runs
great. $150 (863)763-7875
RIDING MOWER Zero turn
42" Dixon. $806
(863)763-4154 Okeechobee
RIDING MOWER- Snapper,
11.5hp, $200 or best offer
(863~)517-2329


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2 Lots Avenu R''NI Y 0 0,0 Pe Lot
3 Lots By the Water Stadlingl at $59,000 Per Lot
RENTALS by the "Water ttil a t $650 call for Details
2490 Hookers Poinl Rd. 28R/18A Home W/ Extras $163,000
Yacht Club Homes starting at $89,900. Enjoy "Retirement" in this
Peaceful Comnmunity
153 Pines Ln. 3BR/2BA Homne $150,000
2960 Old Lakeport Rd. 28R/28A Home 5183,500
255 Th~omas Ln. 2BR/2BA M/H $129,900
740 Pine Ave. 38R/2BA M/H- $86,000
422L New Lone 28R/2BA M/H $95,300
306 10thi St. 28R/1 BA "LakeFronl" H-omes $91,500
1025 NE 23rdl St. 3BR/3BA Home $210,000
2235 Riverside Dr. 28Rl/18A Homo by Ilhe Water $285,000
601 Sth St. 3BR/2BA M/H $124,900 Fully Furnished
1127 Pierce St. 38R/2BA Home on a 1/2 Acr~e $76,000
86 Small Mouth Ln. 2BR/2BA M/H $99,950
290 Florida Ave.'28R/1B8A M/H $50,000 Owner Fintmcing Ava il.


Okeechobee Livestock
Market Sales
Every Monday-1 2pm & every
Tuesday-11am.763-3127



SADDLE New 16" Win-
tec/Wi~estern Sinch, alum stir-
Tpsd Mt) 21erlambskin.

SHOW CHAPS Black sede'
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Business Places 910
Commercial
Preoet 915
Co\no ses Rlent920
Frm Property 95


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Rommate 95
Rooms to Rent 955
Storage Space 960



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APARTMENTS
COMPLETELY UPGRADED,
EVERYTHING BRAND

1/1$60 M nth
*2/1 $775 Month
2/2 $850 Month

I954 931-8767
(954 655-1478
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT,
private drive, private en-
trance. (863)946-0004 or
(863)227-6155.


2 br, 1 ba, $395/mo




3$ 100! Ony $for cMo! u5e

nu,4/28R $32r / o!8 FrI
5798-
CLEWISTON -3br 1ba, 02 E

Ses (8 3)80-2 702 Ti hra
MOORE HAVEN -2/2 home
huge yard, good street
1 blk. from river/boat ramps
$000/month 7534b262-234
MOOR HAVN 3r, 2b, Al
appl, W/D, laminate floors,
arage, ii,~c handicap access.

OKEECHOBEE CBS 2/1, en-
closed porch, W&D, Ig stor-
age shed, large lot, $8 5/mo
inclds water (786)201-0306
PORT LABELLE: 3071 Beech-
wood Cir. 3br/2ba, gar. New
home $900/mo. Call
954-658-1552 Eugene


-RENT $1,200 or SALE $155,000. La Deca,]ots 5. 10 or 20 acres
-Gm leewiostoC, h fromt$90,000
plus 2-112 acres $250 P000. We have more properties at
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VACANT LAND 1.25 acre,
clean land, Montura Ranch-
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Business Places -
maerca 1005
Property Sale 1010i
Condos./
Townhouses Sale 1015
Farms Sale 1020

HniengeP oerty 13
Property Sale 1035
Land Sale 1010
Lots Sale 1045
Open House 1050
Out of State -
Property Sale 1055
Property Inspection1060
Real Estate Wanted1065
Resort Property -100
Sae 1
Warehouse Space 1075
Waterfront Property 1080




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proved program. Financial

tion Intue o a neac
(888)349-5387
ANTENNA TOWER 40 ft
5265105 87623 63-4525 or
ATTEND COLLEGE ON IN
*Business, *Paralegal'
*Computers, *Criminal Jus!
tice. Job placement assis-
tance. Computer available.
Facia Ad 1fquaied Cl

DIVORCES275-$350*COVERS
children, etc. Only one sig-
nature required! *Excludes
govt. fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000, ext.600.
(8am-6pm) Alta Divorce'
LLC. Established l977
HAM RADIO EQUIPMENT -
$300. or best offer. Call for
more details. (863)946-1481

NFIC R OBS. $ 8-$082

TA INO S, FED BENECFALSL.

8FOLO 0-9941 TODAY! REF

PAULLEdTS 40 ce 48", Oa ,
(305)525-8413 Immokalee
TARP Complete w/ frame.
8'Hxi2'Wx30'L Great or
Boat or Auto. $200
(863)634-8366
eRPs MA NE -00j1 nrs s
system & 12v heavy duty
batt., $700. (772)530-6448
WATER DISPENSOR/COOLER,
AVANTI w/small refrigera-
hoome. 2 (86 )r76 79e83or

a~~mn~


DOG BOX 3x3x29", single,
diamond plate top & ply-
wood bottom, $300
(863)467-7197
DO BOXd 4 4 ~4,o pbl w

1,p 40entr ,6p)@oo~d 9b70t
HAPPY JACK(R) Mange Med -
hai growt o doghe n hors
esduento 'ht supos fufa s
feed & hardware stores.
www. hap pyjackinc.com.
ITALIAN MINI GREYHOUND
PUP Red. shots, great little

Y RIE 25PIE Onale,
small, with papers, $500.
(863)983-1046

B* er :

Dem Ho esites Wanted
N w! In s elected areas! For
the New Kayak Pool The
above ground pool with in-
ground features. Save $ with
this unique opportunity. Free

TNEZ FinancilnN CL
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Su. .opee Sipest



SUBWOOFERS 2, JBL Power
Series 10" in enclosed rec-
ta~n~glar6blox. 6795"xi3.75"
SUBWOOFERS 2 Quantum
12" Cozmik Series. In a port-
edmpbox w2 0 86010 8 00w~a4"



CURTIS MATCHES 19" with
remote. Good, Clean condi-
(o 3) 5 86yto use. $25.
EMERSON 9", AC/CD with
remote. Has all cords & rab.
bit ear antenna. Good, Clean
cond. $25. (863)357-3786
HOTV Samsung 3 flat tubes
manual & remote. $300 or
best offer. (863)634-6897



Al2ROCOMP ESO in5hp, wt~h
(863)634 2154

C 500 CLl 836762
CHAIN SAW asking $125
visit 971 E. Linco~ln Ave, La
belle, to see.
DI1ES6EL ENERATOR 525k00

GENERATOR Contractor
3000 like new, $300.
(863)610-3147
BS ERA 0R Noistr t r Se
120/240v-20 amp, 9hp,
runs, $100. (863)763-2036
RIGID TABLE Saw Model
d625 -070 4e3 fpoe\ $7




IROBOT VACUUM Works ter-
ritic, will complete approx 2
rooms before charge Is need-


tachments. $250,
(863)675-1033 Leave mes-
sage.


SOFABED Queen size, excel-
lent condition, never used,
beige print. $200
(863)610-5237
TAg sEs tirou tt iron bee
c~hais ) 63 $150 now


(6)7-1033 eapul ms
sage.
TWIN BED SET White, com-
plete, Good condition. $175.
or best offer (863)677-5222
WICKER DRESSER 3 draw-

i p een1 y275 arb t ofe
fo n(863) 6-68



GOLF CLUBS Left handed,
full set irons/1-7 metals. Like
new .bag. $400.
(828)442-1662



NEWT30NUS1Gst tp~e t and
b ggeos rexec con~d. $1705 or

betfoo. (863)763-5120





AB LOUNGER $50 or best of-
fer. (239)986-0174
TRESADMIVLL Proformdi755
C, lie n~e7 40 n ion'

WE GHT B6E3NH AIl in One
$100 (863)634-2582 '



GOLD FROG Lovely, dia-
$900d el rusted a8K 60pl
(863)983-8792 ask for Lisa



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


Serving the con munities south of Lake Okeechobee


ThursdayApril 17 20 8


BEALmFuLn sernING FonsAmi!
2/2 doubicowide, l,295 sq. f, on

carport, cathedral ceiliags
580 Bennett Ave. in ILaBenle. 10%
down payment, financing avan.
able Apred $t 1 300
canl 239-99 I 09 or
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FSB0 508 E. Pasadena,
2BR/2BA, Clewiston, FL
33440. Call (863)805-0001

FS3B oE Fo Ren 3 R2t ,

(863)805-0001

R n~er fi ac gn availH E92
Doublewide, 2/2, 1807 Mat-
thew Loop, Clewiston, new
carpet, completely remod-
6ld )197d2& hme, $80,000.






HARLEM 3/2 Brand New I
Harlem Academy Drive
Ap liacs New ca pet,
C/Ainj 1 ar Gara rp
Landscaped. $157,5660.
SHIP or Owning
Financing Possible
Call Owner: 863-673-5071
or 561-996-8010



FOR SALE 8.37 Acres
Ind/Strge/Warehs, Hwy 78W,
1000+ homes BHR
~$50k/acre (863)801-3133


MURNETSAI ONECHAHF MilL3
FRONTAGE ON LAUREL
GLADE CREEK ASHEVILLE,
NC ASKING $590,000 Wil
s IL landaksepar tly. OWu t
(703)819-5612.
NEW ARIZONA LAND RUSH! 1
or 2-1/2 "Football Field"
Sized Lots! $0 Down. $0 In-
terest. $159-$208 per
month! Money Back Guaran-
ww.sun~st s ars~h~comor
SEVEN (7) WOODED ACRES


Road Frontage with Utilities!
$89,900! Call now
(866)950-5263, Ext.103.


a re Nris Lae Oe 0
miles of shoreline. Call Eake-
side Really~ TODAY!
(888)291-5253 or visit
VI~lakesiderea~ty-tn.com
cabin shell on 2 private acres
near very wide trout stream
in the Galax area and New
River State Park, $139,500.
Owner (866)789-8535.
It's never too late to findl
the perfect giftt. Look for
I t i the classikled.






Mobile Home Lots 2005
Mobile Home Parts 2010


ACCORDIAN Professional
electronic, Spertra ~mi er
$9m0i (8603r)6 5786a5cc r
PIANO Young 'Chang, Pol-
ished Ebony, Full size. Excel-
lent condition w/ bench
$2000 (863)634-5038 '
RECORDER ROLAND, VS -
2000. Digital Studio Work-
(6)63-9527 $00



LEGAL FILING CABINET 2,
(2 drawer, Buff color, Metal
$5. (863)763-4098


BABY BUNNIES 5, Mixed, 8
weeks old. $;25. or will sep-
arate. (863)467-9942


NECK MASSAGER Tony Lit-
tle, Used one time. Works


WA KRr Hg, with brak~e~s
& seat, like new. $60 or best
offer. (863)467-0627

W ALKEB i N v Cr e~rl Dned

WHEEL CHAIR- Merit. Electric.
New condition.: $2000.
863-983-4940 -


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


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PUBLIC NOTICE
* Please be advised that the proposed project titled "Hull Boat Storage" is in the application
process for a Surface Water Management Environmental Resource Permit with South Florida
Water Management District, Application No. 070720-1. James D. Hull, owner of parcel iden-
tification number A29-42-31 -A00-0070-0000, has proposed to construct a dry-slip boat stor-
age facility along the Caloosahatchee River to better serve the residents of Glades County
during severe weather conditions.
* Per Section 253.115, F.S., the applicant is required to notice all property owners within a 500
foot radius of the proposed lease or easement boundary. As per Chapter 253.115(3), E.S.,
this enclosed notice will be placed within the local newspaper general circulation.
* Be aware that the proposed' project involves dredging approximately 454.4 cubic yards of
sovereign submerged lands within the Caloosahatchee River to the north of the project par-
cel. Dredging is planned at the proposed vessel extraction and launch site to allow for ingress
and egress movements from the boat storage facility. The cut will be approximately3,000ft.2
* Please find attached with this notice: a location map, site plan, and legal description of the
proposed lease area.
This proposed project will be given a 30 day noticing period, where in that time, any objection to
the proposed project can be expressed to:
South Florida Water Management District
Okeechobee Service Center
205 North Parrott Avenue, Suite 20'I
Okeecho ee, FI, 392-2916


R.\. Boat Stora ge
r COiil5glinient
Re~cre~ational Depot II
4300 4w 141 S e tats.Etcm


~3~'~l~mn
REPO MUST SELL Lg 3br/2ba HONDA FOREMAN 500 'OS -
2001 DW. Fireplace, tape & 37 hours, excellent condi-
textured like brand new tion. $4500 or best offer
$39,900 incl setup & alc. (863)673-2388 Clewiston
Very easy approval POAI CABE 0
612-6511 or 675-8888 POASSCRMLR40
'00 Needs motor only.
SINGLE WIDE 2br, 1 ba, $400 or best offer.
2005, 14' x 54', excellent (863)259-7472
COndition, furnished, never
lived in, must be moved. YAMAHA RAPTOR 50, '05 -
$15,000 or best offer great shape, $800 or best
(772)260-8111 offer (863)610-3147



AIRSTREAM LX1000 '88,

Awning, sleeps 6, Electric
jcks. Excellent cond. Seri-
ous in airies only. $9850. or
Boats 3005 best of~er. (863)214-9747
Campers/RVs 3010
Jet Skiis 3015 COACH MAN CATALINA '99,
Marine Accessories 30120 24', Toilet, tub, shower. A/C,
Marine Miscellaneous 3025 Heat, refrigerator, sleeps 6,
Motorc cles 3030 $4900. Firm (863)983-8810
Sport Vehicles ATVs 3035 JAYCO 32',New A/C &S
water heater Everything work-
kGIIB Go~od ties 6El~ec h t~ch. $17 00.eg (836328

BASS BOAT Grumman, 15' Auo oi e

trar vry god coond ,

BASS TENDER 11.5', '97,
Minnkota trolling motor &
trailer. $500.
(863)634-3841 Automobiles 4005
Autes Wanted 4010
0 NE 1"Ods b ck, CO@- Classic Care 41015
Commercial Trucks 4020
board bracket, Paddles. ConstructiDR
$475 (863)902-0316 Eupe 4 2
GAMBLER 21FT '89 150hp Foreign Cars 4030
engine. $3000 Four Wheel Drive 4035
(863)763-4643 Heavy Duty Trucks 4040
~Parts Repairs 4045
JET BOAT '77 Biesmeyer, Pickup Trucks 4060

$4900T 86 m67ai8n98 tror Sr cor raiers J~j
863-517-1019 Utility Trailers 4065
OLD BOAT Aluminum V-bot- Vans 4070
tom, 14 ft, with trailer only,
no mtor $73560 03 best of-


LCDC 90MO Einru~dA rbuilti l BOX CHEVY '80 2 dr, inside

$4m0 r 63)6 r5-3726bimini, in e~ds to e pairn e(6)571

BUICK CENTURY '97 58k
miles, loaded, cold alc, new
GMC CAMPEI) VAN '86- High- tires/brakes. $5000
top, Mechanically restored, (863)228-3087
Receipts, $2500. or trade for BUICK SKYLARK '90 -needs
auto (561)254-7458 Clewist. head, interior like new, $600
MOTORHOME '87, Itasca or best offer (863)801-4519
Winnebago, 36'; $5000 CADILLAC ELDORADO -'1971
(863)763-3451 Convertible. Red. Runs great.
SCAMP '76 13ft, refrig, AC, $5000. (561)718-8504
. 1cated in Palmdale.Good CHV AAIR-0,9K
condiion 1500 great condition. $3,500.
(301)904-1524 (302)345-7442.
TRAILER/CAMPER TIRES 4' CHRYSLER SEABRING CONV
Band ew Fre05F Str. Lad '97 Loaded, leather, runs
F nge 46575-1547 $20 great, 6 cyl, auto. $1950
imi. (863)4717 (561)262-5735

a ~HYUNDAl ELANTRA '03 -
900d condition, well main-

ALUMINUM PROP for '96 ta e0d a7un, 750d31g sve.
Yamaha outboard motor, will JEEP CHEROKEE, 1995 4
fit many different models, Idoor, AT, p/b, p/s, alc. Very
$85. (863)801~-4097 good tires, great transporta-
BOAT PROPELLER -tion. $1,750. 863-357-5725
14.5"x15", Chrome plated, LINCOLN MARK V '72 very
Right hand. $30 nice condition, asking $1500
(863)357-0868 (863)801-4519
BOAT TRAILER 14', needs MAZDA PU '94 4x4, asking
lights & tires, $150. Call $2000 (863)467-8113 after
Charlie at 863-612-6575 Spm.
BOAT TUNA TOWER -2 gold MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE -
138te rd Od6h~o 4rs. I.i86 new a9 t.NR sNewetp UNO
WIS100 (863)763-4746 Lv. msg.
JOHNSON lMOTOR 15hp, PONTIAC GRAND AM '95 .-
s~hor 39-hft1 $600 7 mil s,n uoon, Air. E~xc10

TROL(LaIGMOUTOR -1hMinkt (812)989-3022
thrust. Paid $250 asking
$165. (863)824-0801

rsne~r~r~lI I FORD PICKUP, '51 V/2 ton, all
orig., runs great, 41k mi.,
V8, 12v alt., new tires,
DIRT BIKE Suzuki 50, '04, $3400. (513)260-6410
Like new condition. A Must
See. 839314$600. Neg. F a ~

DIRT BIKE Suzuki RM 250' LZRS1 9 xhs
'94, Runs OK. Needs some dLZRS1 $91 0 4, a
TLC. Will sell for .$500. or rust runs goo $2 or
best offer. (863)801-5694 best offer (6)467-5401 or
HONDA SHADOWi SPIRIT, '02 (7)5-

dle ag~s lu gge rckW 8 ss
bar,$3950. (863)673-0656
L BED2L5 EbR3 6 6od0 reners f


$700. (863) 75-6000 CAMPER TOP Red Florida
Line fits '899'07 Chevy Silve-
MOTORCYCLE TRIKE with rado 6.5 bed, like new. $800
Volkswagen eng.,. $3,500. or best offer (740)502-5515
86 M or01 CHEVY 350 ENGINE 4 bolt
main. Tunnel Ram, Low mi.
RS50 APIRILA '03 runs & Roller rocker arms. Cam'
drives, 85% complete, low $2500. (863)674-0613
miles, clean title, $500 firm
(863)675-3852 CHROME RIMS 22" w/tires,
Set of (4), fits TrailblaZ-
S OE eEnD r8 4- new ties rs3/E vys $800

(863)357-4728 CHROME WHEELS NEW fl"
YAMAHA VIRAGO, '86 fits Do a 2417500Rd7 $6
700cc, w/saddlebags, new (863)357-5832
battery, 12,400 mi., $1500.
I~ilf76)38( -056 DIABLO PERFORMANCE PRO-


YA0MVfH6A5 Von dCnROA MER f7r0 -05 Ce

with accessories, $3800 or
vbM offerX (6)063H4-9 03 EN InE r nc8 cog A tu

Rare, Many new parts. $500. (863)357-5837.
Needs restoration. Asking
$850. (863)634-2154 FACORdYSRUNNING CBOAR S
me a -pickup, fits 99- current $300
I(863)697-0328
FRONT CLIP complete, for
E THUNDER 90 '03 Needs '92 F series pickup, incl
carb cleaned to run. $150 hood, front fenders & more,
firm (863)259-7472 $500 neg. (863)801-4097
HONDA RICON 250 $1,600 HONDA MOTOR 8hp, side
or best offer. Call shaft, $100 or best offer
863-697-0218 (863)763-2036


I;mnn;rer;m~ ~liTiE~


11

JEEP RIMS ), 5 lug, like IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
11BW 0011d 100. $200. IN AND FOR HENRY COUNTY,
(561)718-8504 A A Ftonion civit Action
MOTOR & TRANSMISSION CASE NO.08-164-CA
'86 V8 5.0 H
, RS approx Pubitc Notice 5005 FIRST BANK

185603K ni[ great. $500. State Public anPgil ithankngInstitullon,
( Legal Notice 5500 vs.
RACK SYSTEM TracRac' uucs NdU MNAENSand
sliding, aluminum, for full SZ- Defendants

Otrt dr cku6ph-0430208 or NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
RIMS & TIRES Set of 16 HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA TO DEFENDANTS, AUGUSTIN M. YANES,
Ford SD Lariat w/brand neW CASE NO.:2008-131-CA and ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY
265/75/816 Gen Grabber CONCERN:
At2. $700 (561)261-6421 DECU0TM AASNKTR 0EN% TF YOU ARE NOTIFiED that an action to
FRANKUN MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST quiet title on the following property in
RIMS- 20", chrome, Star 2006-FF16, ASSET BACKED CERTIFl- Hendry County, Florida:
faced, 60 % tread on tireS, CATES, SERIES 2006-FF16
$600 (863)517-1597 Plaintiff The East one-halik(14/80f Lot 11 and all
(ILLIAM MOREJON: HILOA HERRERA aLabl2ie ITon, Rori athaes Ge ad
TIRES & RIMS SET 17" Ford UNKNOWN TENANT l; UNKNOWhi September 7, 1937, according to the
F150 with 20,000 miles. Great TENTANT 11; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC map or plat thereof recorded in Plat
shape. $250. or best offer. REGISTERATION SYSTEMS, INC., AS Book 2, Page 71-78, Public Records
(863)467-1070 Lv msg NOMINEE FOR FIRST FRANKUN, A DI- of Hendry County, Florida.
TOWING HITCH Reese Draw OTLOA EO A P ParcellD:3-34-43-01-010-0452-008.0
Tite hitch with ball included. INC., and any unknown heirs, devi- has been Oled against you and you are
$75 (863)610-1073 sees, grantees, creditors, and other required to serve a copy of your writ-
unknown persons or unknown spous- ten defenses, if any, to it on JODIE R
TRUCK TIRES (4) t sala ve!nambr of ean u ar any S OW, QUlsR t itPrn
265/70/17, $40 for all. Defendants. PL, 417 W Sugadand Hwy, Clewis-
(883)467-4674 ton. Florida 33440, on or before May
NOTICE OF ACTION 12, 2008, and file the or ginal with the
VAN SEAT for Dodge Cara- et Bobta i surattt or mem edri I
van, blue, good cond., fold WILLIAM MOREJON ly thereafter; otherwise a Default will
down, $40. (863)674-0098 40708 EDGEWATER CIRCLE be entered a ainst you for the reflef
BELLE, FL 33935 demanded in a Complaint or Polition,
4072 8 EDGEWATER CIRCLE #203 DATED this the 31st day of March, 2008.
LABELLED. FL 33935
BARBARAS.BUTLER
HILDA HERRERA As Clerk of the Court
4070$EDGEWATER CIRCLE By:/S/Hammond
LABELLE, FL 33935 Deputy Clerk
OR 268162 CN4/10,17,24;5/1/08
SdDGE A9T3E5R CIRCLE #203 NETNHT HR 10TECQ R OCF
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS STATED, AND FOR HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN


A r s ai ME n RAN1 CaseNo.'08-322-CA
by through and under the above. vs.
named Defendant(s), if deceased or TRACY CROSBY TERRY JACKSON.
whose last known addresses are un. scoTT PHituPs. JonN PHILuP and
YOkUNA ni HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac. Dej BR 01
tion to foreclose Mortgage covering
the following real and personal pmper. NOTICE OF ACTION
saves you money by ty described as follows, to-wit: TO: TRACY CROSBY
providing information Lot 6, Block 2165, PORT LABELLE, 2304 N.JohnsonStreet
UNIT 4, aS perplat thBr601, recordBd in Plant City, FlOrida 33563
obout best buyS* Plat Book 3, Pages 86-102. of the
public records of Hendry County Flori. SCOT PHILLIPS
da 2304 N. Johnson Street
No wonder newspaper Plant City, Florida 33563
readers earn more! has a ti esMastci oa w KELLY BRANOT
ten defenses, if any, to it on John 16338ConnemaraLane
Howarth Farren, Butler & Hosch, RA, Spnng Hill, Florida 34610

1 o oe e Tf do( R4Y JAC ONStreet
sied Court on or before 30 days from Brooksville, Flonda 34602
BED LINER Fits Ford Ranger th aju a at regnae wss souu JOHNPHILLIPS
Shortbed, Mid to late '90'S the rel of demanded in the famt 11008 Hwy 301 N., Lot 4

G80603d)610-01c806n er 12 so t a d Court YouThen tasassa Floridahat laint

CAtMP 9T8 h for bpckbuepd dasa co aati n rde on noouer n e

trj ( 3 z3e g a41 shape, ecoet uc me o
CHEVY 810 EXT CAB '83 2.8 court use 1 5 tl a ca co Fionysa 3 or
6 cyl, good shape, brand phone number is 941) 675-5217 file the onginal with the Clerk of ths
neew tiresb$41- 2or best of- 2Nw j; fda r ei ur eth re e eModiat
(863) voice impaired, call 6 Me 4 pl thereafter; otherwise a default will be
DODGE 100 PICKUP, '88 Ea- Barbara S. Butler enter gadst you the relief de-
gle alum. cap. a/c, autO. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Dated this 3rd day of 1, 2008.
d/st $2000 Barbara $. Seller, Clerk of Courts
power, 2qua ereo sy:i Hammond 8Y: R.Deta Cruz
(863)61 9814 268324 CN 4/10,17/08 Deputy Clerk 268728 CN 4/10,17,24:5/1/0Deputy Clerk
DODGE RAM '87, Bought tO
be restored. Recent tune-up' 20 1 CR T F FFLTREz TW NT JRllCOU CL IRTC ITTI AND
Some new chrome Needs IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY FOR HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA
work $2000 (863)634-6603 Case # 06 987 CA CASE NO.07-800-CA
FORD '1985, 2 tone, step- HST st ear USA, Ned Nojen re HST NB K NtSNA IONOAR ANOS
side, New motor. $1500 of senaissan ersiome Equity Loan HOME EQUllY LOAN, INC.. ASSET-
(863)763-8201 stL an4sseReBNa e eg OC6K 2 CERTIFICATES. SERIES
FORD F150 '83 2 new tireS, 2005-4, Plaintiff
runs great, cod work truck, Plaintiff
auto, 1000 neg. Eds-ardo Gonzalez; Financial Independent LAURO GARZA, NK/A LApRO GARZA-
(863)763-8069 Services. Corp., Unknown Parties In KARR; YAJAIRA GARZA, NKlA YAJAl
Possession #1; Unknown Parties In RA RODRIGUEZ; and all unknown par
F Fl50 08k8 miNe s Pi at id u na nroe ddhe0aedueondd Int

auto, great truck. $2000 part Through, Under And Against The whether said unknown parties claim as
trade cons. (863)634-2364 v NamedTo BendD a(s) OWhodle 8 os gentussa s
FORD F150 '94 LWB, 6 cyl Whether Said Unknown Parties May of other calmants; TENANT #1 andor
auto, cold ak. $1650 De eAsn In eAs ou H 1 DAj f r2ihthe ties in
(561)262-5735 mants assession, Mo GAGE EL CTRONIC
FORD F150 '95 -runs good Defendant(s) Ee ON SYSTEMS, INC.
good truck, $900 neg
(863)612-0647 NOTICE IS HEREBY G VEN pursuant to an
FORD F150 XLT '99, 4x4 0 a Ju2d00 n for djdo a No e her y 9 nJu tbpnutts at
113K mi. Very nice truck, case No oe 987 cA at the circut closure entered on January 29 2008
$3800.(863)763-2692 ICoou dthe20 udic Cdarcu ih, 4 midet Gerd reRdescheAduif,20 1
F '96sking4x4 Af0 ee f ni A d H D N do

(863)673-6819 Trust 2005-4, P aintiff and duardo orida, described as
thon s ndd beesda td or fo cs It LOT11, BLOCK 2170, PORT LABELLE
F RmDonFd35 '89 ( idh Titl ON OF E FICE00U@H CLE K ETddCAC NGd TEP TT
11t8c6h R nS 8 20Ud3 R A 0 NOCOLOU VCE2 I ROEC D 0

FORDF350LARIATXLT-'90, MABE 20FOL80 Alo deAcMb alkla40088ishopCircleLabelle.
Ext. cab, 2 tone beige/brown, property as set forth in said Fina Judg Rorida 33935
Cold A/C, Standard. $3000 ment, to-wit: at ublic sale, to the highest and best
(863)763-3451 A NU TNXU dN3 BD ot h daobbi in tt offi
NISSAN PICKUP '95 ood VISION IN A PORTION OF SECTION 5, the second floor of the administration
work truck, 5 speed, $ 500 NsnicPdB4 UTTH GEPL bu ngL I D YC ty CRur
(772)475-3191 THEREOF RECORDED lN PLAT BOOK da, at 11:00 otiock a.m., on April 30,
4, PAGE 87, OF THE PUBLIC 2008.
TOPPER Jason, for a short- RECORDS QF HENDRY COUNTY Any person claiming an interest in the
bed Plck-Up. Great condi- FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH A 1998 surplus from the sale, if an other
tion.$200.(863)801-4949 "EL NEG ID NCYATIONM tobanhteh rd n eurstasti ahecda
BERS OW59317A AND OW59317B withIn 80 da s after the sale
TRUCK CAP Full size, Good TITLE NUMBERS 73592527 ANd Dated at Labele, Florida this 10th day of
condition. $200. 73592528 AND RP NUMBERS April, 2008,
(863)357-7936 giAFF NDD TOH70R6 PERMAN- Clerk of t8h Cu

ES RC ISMIFNRGdNTINETESRAELSE By:/8/S.Hammond
F ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPER Deputy Clem

F aDcK ILedORER L p"E DRENA E TEEA CFLL a Z A4N., #300

$2500. Neg. (239)770-2922 IF D SOAUBlUA E WHOPN ITHACA 762 539-1094 Fax
COMMODATION IN ORDER TO PAR. 4 CGS 4/17,24/2008
GMC SUBURBAN '88 66K, TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU

it t9cSe0 Interest need EMTPTRL dNN C TY U. NOTICE OF WORKSHOP
(931)292-3899 Labelle ysTCA0NUCNE 0AUSRTHC00UN 5] HCEjuDNRTY CC00UMN SBSOONRED OSF
HICKPOCHEE AVENUE, LABELLE, FL
GMC SURBURBAN '88, HD 33935 WITHIN 2 WORKING 0AYS OF Notice is hereby gIven that the Hendry
Tow pkg. 454 Big Block YOUR RECElPT OF THIS NOTICE OF County Board of County Commis-
Chevy. Runs great. $2500 jd IFCAYLOU 1A- 0- 76 I er2s5. dd0 oadnda r a 0008n
(863)763-4746 Lv msg. YOU ARE VOICE [MPAIRED CALL: beginning at 10:30 am. each day,
1-800-955-8770 at the EMS Trainin Facility, 1050

DA EAD I.LE, Florida, this #th day at sss s ad, La le
EQUIR TRAILER '06 Bumper BARBARAS.BUTLER If a person decides to appeal any de-

k2sxie1108.'dam ligcha CLERKOFH d 0 m ros re t spC e
$3200. (863)697-9704 ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF ing, helshe will need a record of the
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP proceeds 3, and that, for such pur.
EQUIR TRAILER '06 Goose 2424 North Federal HIghway, Ste 360 pose, h he may need to ensure


c6704 ,edig 2 9ae 97ah40pa re ao 0
apIRTO (863 8 bsed. No vote or decisions will be
bUL mp AIltR roo R RSr F Made thIIIs m lting

s ooch d~0 or BlDo.0-08Board ofCCounty minOissloners

The cid fo ro air t o rtaina BUm cr o I h
n"'"" "~mnated streets t roughout the City Al diagifl011. Selling a
0000E CONV VAN '90 06W ota ned fr n Ceersofi CP 0ki the classic Cl
water pump, rebuilt trans, Ilouatd Ba 3ora 35 3Ave 2nd __101. _
new ires run gret, $100 shall Include rock and asphalt ac-
(863)467-2609 cording to the tons as ned. Time 10 CIO8H Out the
Rock shall be compatedad attic, basement and/0P
DODGE VAN '99 15 Passen- tacked. Bids shall be returned toth PgAAd6l8 0P
ger, 121K, PW, PL, Good0 rice s anie 3ehich yard sale In the classl-
trs& eng. Well maintained. Blds will be accented and opened, gggls ami make y0HP
$3850. (863)673-0782 268086 cos 4/10,flica CIOSH HD a bree~zel


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PALM BEACH COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE
NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY FOR

EC NMCN DVEL P EA R GES F 2020 9)

Palm Beach County Economic Development Office (EDO) hereby notifies the public that applications for grant fund-
ing for Economic Development activities that will create or retain jobs for low- and moderate-income persons are
now available. Total available funding will be $679,975.50. The minimum funding awards will be $50,000. Please
submit four completed applications (original and three copies) to EDO no later than 12:00 p.m. Monday, July 7,
2008. Applications received after this date and time will not be considered for funding. Applications may not be
electrnically transmited (I.e. via fax or e-mall). All prospective applicants must attend one of the two Scheduled
Mandatory Pre-Application Workshops as follows:


WEDNESDAIY MAY 7, 20108, AIT 8:30 AM 11:30 AM TilURSDAI, MAY 8, 2008, AT 10:00 AM 12*0 PM
Cooperative Extension Services PB Community College Glades
Exhibit Hall A Campus Classroom Building CRA 203
559 N. Military Trail 1977 College Drive
West Palm Beach, FI 33415 Belle.Glade. FL 33430

Applicants are advised that following the submission deadline of July 7, 2008, a "Cone of Silence" will be imposed
and all contact with EDO staff pursuant to the application must be in wiring.

Application packets and further information about this program are available at:
Economic Development Office (EDO)

W1stNPl Beach 1F loi ao 401
Telephope: (561) 355-3624
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The application is available on our website www.picgov.com/edo/set_aside 2008.htm.

tfyo Uare unable to get a copy from our website, an electronic version of the application is available by contacting

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
CIEI D V SIO H
11-G CROWN BANK, .
Plaintiff,
MRK BLAIR IA MA0R A BALAIR;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MARK BLAIR
AIA MGAR A B OIR; F LIVING IN
SAID DEFENDANT S), IF REMARRIED,
ANDNI DCEASHEEIRS"E REDSECTVSE
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
T fANdT #1;UNKN0 N TENANT #2;

NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a
Final Seumadry Judgmeenta v Foele
cause, in the Circuit Court of Hendry
County. Florida, I will sell the property
situate in Hendry County, Florida, de-
senbed as:

ULOT 9, BLC 210 3OPTORT 8 BLL
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT
800K 3, PAGE 73, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF HENDRY COUNTY~,
FLORADA.

5017 Spinnaker Rd.
Labelle, FL 33935
atpblic sale. to the highest and best
bdefor cash, Clerkc of the Circuit
Court in the Hendry County Courl-
aos (ben gth second flo a wa~y
LaBelle, FL 33935 at 11:00 AM, on
April 23, 2008.
Dated this Ist ayOf April, 2008.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, any, other than
the property owner as af the date of
the lis pendens, must file a claim with-
Wine~s~s my adh and 2ea of this court

CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT


THIS INSTRUMENT PREPyARES nY
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 Klng Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 336191328
Attorneys for Plaintiff
In accordance with the American with
Disabllltles Act of 1990, persons
need a s ecia accnmeda1og u
contact the ASA Copordinator no later
than seven (7) days prior to the pro-
ceedl gs. If hearing impaired, lease
call 100) 935-9771 IDuu or
(800) 95-8770 (voice), va Forida
Relay Service.
268053 CN 4/10.17/08
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TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
20TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENRY COUNTY
case#: 07 106c^
Citibank, N A, as Trustee for the registered holders of Bear Stearns Asset akd
Se inte I Trust 2005-CL1. Asset-Backed Certificates. Series 2005 CL1,
-vs
S.Caterand Rndal a carter; Laoe C tur Unite stalesolmrncA s s
u: Unlown Paji~eds in Pssu ion #e. onliil and a Unkfao n Patie sdaim
knownl to be dead or alive, whether said Unknown Parties may claim an test
as Spouse. Heirs. Devisees, Grantees, or Other Claimants
Defendant(s)
HNcousE OFS
NOIEIS HEREBY GlVEN pursuant to an Order of Final Judgment of Frcoue
dated ApnI 7, 2008. entered in Civil Case No. 07 1068 CA of the Circuit Courtof
the 20th Judicial Circuit in and for Hendry County, Florida, wherein Citibank, N.A.,
as Trustee for the registered holders of Bear Stearns Asset Backed Securities I
Trust 2 e5CL1 d et-Backepd erlar es nei t 05C 1 is Ilih t d
soUR aN ieTI HENDIRYON T F CUTHOHUER EO BENGC KH2n dFFLOOR jALL
WAY OF THE HENDRY COURTS BUILDING), LABE LE, FLORIDA, AT 11:00 A.M.
non M0-wit 2008 the following described property as set forth in said Final Jd-
PARCEL ONE
A PARCEL OF LAND IN FRACTIONAL SECTION 23. TOWNSHIP 43 SOUTH, RANGE
34 EAST, HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCING AT AN IRON RAILROAD RAIL MARKING THE NORTHWEST COR.
NRTEOFM 0 ERCTL@N2A3,SUT SCOEUTH 58879 RFEE 2'6 EARSTNARLOGR T
RAIL MARKING MEANDER CORNER NO. 20 ON THE STATE MEANDER LINE
HE COEINRTUO BOEGTHNNN GO REHIS PCL AFRTAM AS AI PNT OFO 8E @ I
COSNTIUEESO}U H 73T. DERNES R32 "0 EATAbE3GRSEI 6M3EAN LNDE A
DITANCE OF 105 FEET: THENCE RUN NORTH 16 DEGREES 36 36" EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 105 FEET TO SAID POINT OF BEGINNING;
TOGETHER WITH PARCEL TWO:

EHP4 00UFTLHANDA A34 TATH HEE R HC UNTY FL RIDATONND2N30RTTOWONF
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE MEANDER LINE, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBEo
CRFNER 00 SAFI SMCTTIH NR RROUANDST MN DEME E2G8T{6 EARTTHALOEN
THE SAID MEANDER LINE. A 018TANCE OF 879.92 FEET TO A RAILROAD RAIL
MONUMENT MARKING MEANDER CORNER NO. 20 ON THE STATE MEANDER
LINE: THENCE RUN SOUTH 73 DEGREES 23'24' EAST, ALONG SAID MEANDER
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 615 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; FROM THIS
POINT OF BEGINNING RUN NORTH 18 DEGREES 36'36' EAST, AT RIGHT AN-
GLES TO THE MEANDER LINE, A DISTANCE OF 25.44 FEET TO THE SOUTH LINE
OF THE COUNTY (NOW STATE) ROAD RIGHT-0F-WAY. WHICH RIGHT-0F-WAY
IS 66.00 FEET WIDE; THENCE RUN SOUTH 73 DEGREES 36'36" EAST ALONG
SAID RIGHT-0F-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 100 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 16 DEGREES 36 38" WEST A DISTANCE OF 25.83 FEET TO THE MEAN-
DER UINE; THENCE RUN NORTH 73 DEGREES 23'24" WEST ALONG THE MEAN-
DER LINE A DISTANCE OF 100.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
COMBINED LEGAL DESCRIPTION
PARCEL OF LAND LYING PARTIALLY IN FRACTIONAL SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP
43 SOUTH, RANGE 34 EAST, HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA. AND PARIALLY IN
THE LINSURVEYED PORTION. OF SAID SECTION 23, AND MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCING AT THE MEANDER CORNER NO. 20 ON THE NORTHMANE
LINE OF SAID SECTION 23, ACCORDING TO STATE SURVEY; THENCERUNG
SOUTH 73 DEGREES 23 24' EAST ALONG SAID MEANDER LINE A DISTANCE O
715.00 FEET TO THE P01NT-0F-BEGINNING; THEN SOUTH 16 OEGREES.336
WEST AT RIGHT ANGLES TO SAID MEANDER LINE A 01STANCE OF 105 FEET T
A POINT; THENCE NORTH 73 DEGREES 23'24' WEST PARALLEL TO SI
MEANDER LINE A DISTANCE OF 100 FEET TO A POINT: THENCE NORTH 16 DE-
GREES 36'36' EAST AT RIGHT ANGLES TO SAID MEANDER LINE A DSAC
OF 105 FEET TO A POINT: THENCE CONTINUING ON A PROJECTION OFTH
PREVIOUS COURSE A DISTANCE OF 25.44 FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY RGT
OF WAY BOUNDARY OF STATE ROAD Na 832; THENCE SOUTH 73DERS
36 36' EAST ALONG SAID BOUNDARY OF SAID ROAD A DISTANCE OF 100 FE
TO A POINT; THENCE SOUTH 16 DEGREES 36'36" WEST AT RIGHT ANGLES T
SAID MEANDER LINE A DISTANCE OF 25.83 FEET TO SAID POINT OF BGN
NING.
AYPERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST 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 AFTR THE SALE.
IFYOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION
IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED. AT NO
TAT E NDR RON CUTOS 2 A H PTCE F V UEO 3A
OF SALE; 1F YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8771; IF YOU ARE
VOICE IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8770
DAEat LABELLE,RForida, this 9thday of April. 2008.

CLERK OFTAHREB US CU RR
Hendry CountyFlorida
isi anammnd
AfONYFOR PLAINTIFF: SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
10004 North Dale Mabry Hwy,. Suite ll2
TapFlorida 33618
269205 CN 4/17,24/08



**0FICIAL**
NOTIFICACl)N DE ELECCION GENERAL
YKurt S. Browning, Secretatio del Estado de Rorida, per la present notifico que
se Ilevarkd a cabo una ELECCll)N GENERAL en el condado de HENDRY, Estado de
Rlorida. el dia CUATRO de NOVIEMBRE de 2008, A.D., para ocupar a onsr
los siguientes cargos:
President y Vicepresidente
Representante en el Congreso: Distrites 16 y 23
Defensor del pueblo: Circuito judicial 20
Senador del Estado: Distrios 27 y 39
Representante del Estado: Distrito 77
Tribunal Supremo: Retencibn de un magistrado
Tnbunal de apelaciones del Distrito dos: Retenclin de cuatro jueces
Juez de circuIto, Circuito judicial veinte: Grupos 1, 3, 4, 6, 13, 15, 19, 20, 21, 24
y 25
Distrito de contol del agua de East County: Bancas 1, 3 y 5
Distrito de desarrollo comunitatio de Port LaBelle: Bancas 2 y 4
Secretario judicial del tribunal de circuit
Sheriff
Evaluador de propiedades
Recaudador de impuestos

ComnIte escolar: Distritos 2 y 4
Comisionado del Condado: Distritos1, 3 y 5
Auoidad hfosniaai deu c nddaedo e Hdy: D stos 4, s
Distrito de conservacidn del sual y del agua del andado de Hendry:
268T C4/40,17/08

**OFFICIAL**
NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
I, Kurt S. Browning, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby give notice
that a GENERAL ELECTION will be held in HENDRY County, State of Florida, on
the FOURTH day of NOVEMBER, 2008, A.D., to fill or retain the following offices:
President and Vice-President
Representative in Congress: Districts 16 and 23
Public Defender: Judicial Circuit 20
State Senator: Districts 27 and 39
State Representative: District 77
Supreme Court: Retention of One Justice
Second District Court of Appeal: Retention of Four Judges
Circuit Judge, Twentieth Judicial Circuit: Groups 1, 3, 4, 6, 13, 15, 19, 20, 21, 2
and 25
East County Water Control District: Seats1i, 3 and 5
Port LaBelle Community Development District: Seats 2 and 4
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Sheriff

Superintendent of Schools
Supervisor of Elections
School Board: Districts 2 and 4
County Commissioner: Districts 1, 3 and 5
Central County Water Control District: Seats 2 and 4
Hendry County Hospital Authority: Districts 1, 3 and 5
Hendry Soil and Water Conservation District: Groups 2 and 4
2612CGS 4/3,17/08


**OFFICIAL**
NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
IKurt S. Browning, Secretar of State of the State of Florida, do here gIvo notie
that a GENERAL ELECTION will be held in GLADES Couny State f Florlda, n
the FOURTH day of NOVEMBER, 2008, A.D., to illor retain te following offices:

Repes~sent tie i onr gatoDistricti 1
Puolic Defender: Judicial Circuit20
State Senator: Districts 17 and 27
State Representative: District 77
Supreme Court: Retention of One Justice
Second District Court of Appeal: Retention of Four Judges
Circuit Judge, Twentieth Judicial Circuit: Groups 1, 3, 4, 6, 13, 15, 19, 20, 21, 24
and 25
Port LaBelle Community Development District: Seats 2 and 4
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Shadiff

Superintendent of Schools
Supervisor of Elections
School Board: Districts 2 and 3
County Commissioner: Districts 1, 3 and 5
Buckhead Ridge Mosquito Control District: 3 Members
Glades Soil and Water Conservation Olstrict: Groups 2 and 4
Moore Haven Mosquito Control District: Seats 1 and 3
258908 CGS 4/3,17/08


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Thursday, April 17, 2008


including trails, pavilions, gift store and
museum later on," stated Mr. Rucks.
Mrs. Glenna Rucks, retired Okeecho-
bee North Elementary School first grade
teacher has been instrumental in bring-
ing students out to the mine, giving them
the shortened version of the prehistoric
story of the shell pit and what once was
as many as 3 million years ago.
The Ft. Drum Crystal Mine hosts lo-
cal school children from all over the
county. The third, fourth and fifth grade
students come by bus to the collecting
site and are given buckets and some
hand tools for their excavating adven-
ture. From there, they launch into the
mounds piled high with fossilized clam
formations and crystals to dig for trea-
sures. Students come free of charge and
get to keep the treasures found there.
Elementary school children are not
the only young people to benefit from
the geological findings at the mine.
Graduate students from Florida Atlantic
University (FAU) come to the mine with
Professor Ed Petuch to complete their
thesis work.
Professor Petuch has written lield
guides on the findings from the mine,
identifying many different types of fossil


shells and clam formations, some only
found in this area.
Visitors and gem enthusiasts from
all over the world come to the mine to
dig for the precious crystals found em-
bedded in the formations. The crystals,
.are yellowish in color but resemble sap-
phires for their beautiful facets.
"The first faceted crystal found in
Okeechobee is documented at 2 car-
ats," stated Eddie Rucks. It is donated to
the Okeechobee County Library along
with a full color version of the newest
field guide by Scott Augustis," he said.
Inside the guide, there are descrip-
tions of the shells, fossils and crystals
found there. It also notes the 32 "collec-
tion sites" where these formations can
be found throughout the State of Florida
with the Ft. Drum Crystal Mine noted as
number one on the list.-
Okeechobee residents and visitors
need only take advantage of this vast
natural resource for a relaxing, recre-
ational day trip experience for the whole
family right in your own back yard.
The mine is open to the public daily
from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. For more in-
formation about individual and group
prices, please call 863-634-0691.


By D. Hamilton
INI/FlOrld a
Okeechobee residents have heard
of the Rucks Pit. Some know it better
aS the Ft. Drum Crystal M~ine. Others in
the area have visited the shell rock pit
for construction materials or may have
even enjoyed a day of adventure digging
for calcite crystals and fossils. Past visits
may have given an idea of what can be
found at the mine but, have you seen
it lately?
Nestled back off the beaten path of
HWy. 441 (on Old Cemetery Road) in
quiet Ft. Drum, the Rucks family-owned
and operated Crystal Mine has been un-
dergoing a major transformation.
BeyOnd the geological treasures
found there including calcite crystals,
fossilized clam bed formations, sharks
teeth and coral, there are plans for a
campground with 49 full service camp-
Sites including water and electric and 30
primitive campsites for the near future.
There are also new bathrooms built
with showers installed awaiting proper
permitting before the service can be
hooked up as well as picnic pavilions
for family outings and barbeques. -


Fifty years of excavating shell rock
at the mine has produced al l0-acre
spring-fed, pristine lake. The lake, which
has yet to be named, is stocked for the
sport "catch and release" fisherman
with bass, speck, blue gill, small mouth
bass and catfish.
The 300-acre property also has 20
acres of well-maintained wetlands con-
servation easements, making a great
place for butterfly and birdwatching
with many local species of birds in-
cluding the Rosetta Spoonbill, Sandhill
Cranes, a number of majestic nesting
Eagles, Osprey, Blue Heron, woodpeck-
ers and more. .
"The Fort Drum Crystal Mine has the
largest potential for recreation in Flori-
da," said Edwin "Eddie" Rucks. "It is a
.short, 25 minute ride from downtown
Okeechobee and just 14 miles from
the Florida Turnpike exiting at Yeehaw
Junction," he said.
It is the only resort activity center
zoned as such in the county according
to the Okeechobee County Planning
and Development/Zoning Department,
"We've spent approximately
$800,000 so far on the project with an-
other $2 million in projects in the works


D. Hamilton/INI
A lucky find could be at your feet during a visit to the Ft. Drum Crystal D. Hamilton/INI
Mine. Calcite geodes or "crystals" found from digging in the collection Crystal mine owner-operator, Eddie Rucks holds the color version of
Site area at the mine are noted to be most unique for their formations of the newest field guide for identifying shells, fossils and clam embedded
dogtoothh spar" (Jagged, faceted, teeth-like edges). These formations calcite formations found at the mine. A copy ot this guide can be found
are considered to be found only in Ft. Drum. at the Okeechobee County library.


D. Hamilton/INI
The Ft. Drum Crystal Mine will soon have lots more in store for Okeecho-
bee residents and visitors. The expansive recreational activity center Loa colcide idg ifrtesrsdrn hiD. amPltonIN
property will soon be home to campgrounds, pavilions and other ame- Lclsho hlrndg idg o raue uigterArl9 ii
nities including new bathroom and shower facilities such as this one to the Ft. Drum Crystal Mine. The mine is family owned and hosts school
under construction. children free of charge and the children get to take home what they find.


I .t D. Hamilton/INI
D. Hamilton/INI How would you like to find this gem beneath a pile of fossilized clam
Eddie Rucks shows enthusiastic third grade students from a local shells? This multi-faceted, sapphire-ilke, crystal was found at the Ft.
school an example of what can be found in the collection site at the Drum Crystal Mine. Visitors to the local geological center can dig up fos-
mine. Sils and beautiful crystal treasures to take home.


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grade students the Ft. Drum area was once a bay of water nearly 3 mil- The Geology of the Florida Keys and the Everglades by Scott Augustis
lion years ago. Students had the opportunity dig for fossils and crystals I~sts the collection site for fossils and formations from the Ft. Drum Crys-
on Wednesday, April 9, using their points from the Accelerated Reading tal Mine as number one of 32 collection sites in the state. A copy of the
Program to help pay their way. book is available to view at the Okeechobee County Library.


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Calvary Baptist
RBRORROBS B6W

Wcb Sar Baptist now has a web
site. It is www.calvarybaptist-
clewiston.org. Along with events
going on at the church you can
.oni thei pre gide. You a
1koen u winthrayato oDavid'su aesn
sages and comments. See what
exciting things God is doing in
this small church that's growing.
Services are Sunday at 11 a.m.
and Wednesday Supper at 5:30
p.m. followed by prayer meeting
and Bible Study at 6:30 p.m. Cal-
vary's Station is under construc-
tion with anticipation of starting
soon. Calvary's Station is a chil-
dren s program with a rail road
theme. Anyone who would like to
donate items of rail road theme,
please call 863-983-5060. Come
join us sometime you are always
welcome. Nursery is available.

Church opens
thrift shop
The First United Methodist
Thrift Shop, located at the corner
of Sixth Street and Avenue L in
the "little white building" next to
the Fellowship Hall, is now open
on Saturday mornings to serve
the local community. There will
be lots of items to choose from
(house- wares/clothing/shoes) all
at bargain prices. All funds go to
support local church mission ef-
forts. The shop is sponsored by
the United Methodist Women's
Group of Moore Haven and the
members of the First United Meth-
odist Church of Moore Haven.

First Christian opens
recycling program
Fira t c itin ChCur u210 N.
cycling program to benefit their
Building Fund. They are collect-
ing empty laser and inkjet car-
tridges and used cell phones from
the community and shipping the
waste products to a service pro-
vider in exchange for cash. In
addition to the needed funding
the church and its supporters
are helping to protect the envi-
monment by keeping toxic mks,

you have items for recycling you
may call the parsonage 863-983-
1804 for pick up or you may brmng
the items to the church during
rt Oe0Eh onCu ,ia Ave. t ot ee
times. Jackie Miller is minister of
First Christian Church.

Anounce your
church event
Have your Sunda school and
service times, along with church
events including music, children's
programs and potluck gatherings
posted mn the area church news
column each week. Just for-
ward your church information to
clewnews@newszap.com


Christian Day Camp
OfferS summer jobs
p.ro r. alMimstry'su ney b
o enin s at Community United

who av i mlo dodd te r jno
Individuals must have a Chris-
tian commitment and experl-
ence working with children K-5th
grade.
For job applications contact
Claribel Baron at 561-233-9009
ext. 102.

Sevice timeS

COmmHnity FlW-
ship Church announc-
eS SerVice tilROS
Community Fellowship
Church at 601 S.E. 12th St Belle
Glade, invites you to worship at all
their services: Sunday School 10
a.m.; Morning Worship 11 a.m.,
Wednesday evening Bible Study 6

a "am wlcoeto al' who ti
wife, Rachel recently assumed
leadership of the church as In-
terim Pastors and look forward to
working with the community to
win souls for Christ. Pastor Cran-
ford can be reached at 561-996~
5379. Join us!

Methodist Church
plBS SerViteS
Service time for First United
Methodist Church of Moore
Haven is Sunday at 10 a.m. with
Rev. Thom Street and is located
at 300 Avenue L. in Moore Haven
at the corner of Third Street. The
church telephone number is 863-
946-1457 and email address is
oneunemheaol.com.

Non-denominational
miniStry in Belle

Bible Teachers International
and Mary Banks Ministries want
to extend a welcome to the com.
munity. They are a non-denom.
national ministry committed to
the healing of the Body of Christ.
Their main purpose is to prepare
the "Sons of od" (the saints),
our Idrd adt Saor es. Ch is .
ThheyA tceont numg ste~adfasr ni
istry has been existence for over
20 years and has been able to see
the effects of the Word in the lives
of the people. They are an Inter-
nationalloM istry awitha lie 2
Sministry The Belle Glade loca-
tion is Inthe Family Dollar Plaza
1516 Martin Luther King Blvd.,
Belle Glade, FI 33430. They can
be reached at 561-996-0023.
Service Times are: Sunday
Morning Service at 9 a.m.; Life-
Savers clinic: Sundays at noon;
Wednesday night service at 7:30
p.m.; Thursday Bible Stud : 6:30
p.m. (not held at the church -- call
Por location): Friday night Service
at: 7:30 .pm.: daily prayers at 6
a.m. and noon, Monday through
Friday. For more information, visit
bnline church at http://www.bi-


bleteachers.com.

St. Martin's
RHHORBOOS service
timeS .
Ch'aint inMC on' Episicopeal
Samuel S. Thomas would like to
invite everyone to join them for
Sunday services at a.m. and oF
Wednesday at 9:30 a.m., Holl-
days and other services will be as
announced. The church is located
atle207stNortho .C.oOmat o ( ue
office hours and programs, please
call 863-983-796 .

FirSt ChriStiaB
Church of ClewistOR
Service times for First Chris-
tian Church, 201 N. Francisco St.,
Clewiston are Sunday School, 10
a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 a.m.,
Youth Meeting, 6 p.m., Evening
Worship 7 p.m., Adult Choir Prac-
tice 8 p.m., Fifth Sunday Dinners,
12:15 p.m., We~dnesday, Pot Luck



FiTSt United
Methodist Church of
CleWIStOR
Services for First United Meth-
odist Church of Clewiston are:
Sunday Worship, 8:30 and 11
a.m., Sunday school and Adult Bi
~ble Study: 9:45 a.m., SundayYouth
Fellowship: 5 p.m., Wednesday
Fellowship Dinner: 6 p.m.
The church family of First Unit-
ed Methodist Church of Clewis-
ton would love to have you join
us for weekly worship Sundays:
8:30 and 11 a.m. They also have
Sunday school for children and
youth of all ages as well as Adult
Bible Study: 9:45 a.m. And for all
of the Middle School and Senior
High, don't miss Youth Fellowship
invte to o50 s easch Wensa
night at 6 p.m. for good food and
great fellowship! Wednesday Fel-
lowship Dinners are $5 per per-
son or $12 per family. First time
visitors eat free!

Church announceS

Clewiston Church of Christ,
3360CentralitAe., would like t
Sunday Bible study at 10 a.m.,
worship at 11 a.m., evening wbor-
sthd at 6 p7.m.m M sist T.Gordoe
Smith. For more information, call
863-902-8822.

GOBOYra iBIOrmatiOn

Catholic Church adds
SeTVlte In French
St. Theresa of the Child Jesus
Catholic Church in Buckhead
Ridge, on S.R. 78 at Chobee
Loo , now offers Sunday Mass
in F~ench, English and Spanish.
Mass in French will be at 9:30
a.m.; English at 11 a.m.; Spanish
at 12:30 p.m. Religious education
classes are held in English from 10


starts to produce an enzyme that
ke igt tfrm fring hfobnly i
When you take it out of the bowl
and put it lna big pand,ett starts t
could possibly become.
Someone once said that we
need to live every day like it will
be our last, for one day we will be
right. There's a lot of wisdom in
that. Too many people are limit-
ing themselves to the small gold-
fish bowl they are living in,
As God's people, we need to
have a restlessness to move out
of the confinement of a spiritual
goldfish bowl. Though we' may
believe all the right beliefs, go to
all the right meetings, and do the
right things, there are times when
something inside of us suggests
there might be something more.
That's God's calling in our lives
to be all that we can be. We can't


realize that something more or be
all that we can be until we step by
faith outside of our comfortable
little goldfish b wl.thuh ote

possibility that you might be in a
spiritual goldfish bowl at the mo-
ment? Perhaps you have found
yourself just swimming and
swimming and going in circles.
The lesson of the goldfish bowl
is that if you can get out, God
has so much more for you than
you've ever experienced before.
He wants to introduce you to the
big pond you were made for.
There is still a big pond out
there God has prepared for all
of us. ,He wants to do something
amazing through each of us! Let
us grow to our potential.


First United Methodist
Church, Clewiston
Once upon a time, many years

losing pam dairnivasp bl ite
glass bowl and won a goldfish. I
carried it home in a plastic bag,
kept it in a jar until I could go out
and purchase an official goldfish
bowl from the store.
If you've ever had a goldfish,
you know just what happens to
them. You put them in their little
goldfish bowl and they just keep
swimming and swimming--try-
ing to get out of the bowl. Then
about three weeks later you have
to put them in the other bowl.
They live such short lives. That's
probably one of the reasons most
carnivals don't give out live fish
anymore,
The crazy thing is that when a
goldfish is put in a little bowl, it


By Rev. Samuel S.
Thomas, Ph.D.+
St. Martin's Church,
Clewist on
I had one of my board mem-
bers come to me one day and
ask if I could help get a school
open in a few days. He was also
on the Board of Directors for a re-
tarded children's center and their
director quit a few days before
they were to open. I agreed with
condition, to help out. We hired
a teaching staff, bus driving per-
sonnel and got things up and run-
ning. One day as I was coming
in, one little boy said to me "You
weren't here yesterday!" He was
right: I had been away at a con-
ference. He noticed something
that it seemed none of the other
children noticed. I went to the
files and wondered why he was
there. It became apparent that
records weren't very accurate' or
well-kept. Somehow, this little
guy, and lots of his peers seemed
to have wound upin this, center
for all sorts of reasons. I stopped
his mother when she came to
dikhi rup awewoduayds ae an
we could get him back in the reg-
ular school program?" Her face lit
up and she said "If that were only
Possiblee" I promised her I would
try and contacted the school py-
schologist who came one day
and tested him. The report came
back favorable, we said good-by
to this youngster and I was re-
wrarded by his mother's smile as


she picked him up that last day.
It would not be in the day-to-
day activities that he would be
soon undertaking, it would be in
the realization that he would be
taken seriously when he entered
high school, or when he began a
vocational program, or if he later
decided to to to college. The day-
to-day lessons would be similar
even if at a different pace; and the
new classmates would already be
knwn to him from his neighbor-
hood. The difference would be
in the cumulative effect on this
young life; a better program, bet-
ter opportunities, challenges at
a different level and growth that
would come from them. As I read
the lessons for this past Sunday
there was an account of two of
the Lord's disciples walking along
and a stranger joined them (Luke
24:13-35).
They were saddened; their
friend Jesus, the one they hoped
would be the messiah had been
condemned and put to death-
They had hoped that He would
be the one to come and save ev-
eryone. The "stranger" tells them
what hahnadppenedwto him was

pose. Night was approaching and
they invited Him to stay: He broke
bread with them and then leaves.
They suddenly realize who' He
was and it occurs to them "Were
not our hearts burning within us
while He was talking to us on
the road (vs. 24:32)?" There was
that potential in them in spite of
all of their disappointment and


sorrow; things would be differ-
ent from now on because a short
visit had eternal implications for
them. They would have a new
life; He was the one after all, he
had promised them and all of
us eternal life. The implications
of the story are still wtih us: Je-
sus overcame the world the fless
and the devil and promised that
we would be with Him too. We
would have a new life and would
be changed because He passed
tis way, s ared a me l, spend
some time telling uw what it is all
about, even if we didn't realize it
at the moment. Thanks be to God
for sending His Son, what it has
come to mean, and what God
has given to all of us. After getting
one child back in school, I went
through the files and found oth-
ers. I had them tested, and each
one was returned to school, too.
Our enrollment was way, way
down by the end of my agreed
term of directorship. Some of the
board worried, complained that
thremih b tofe sd nt
t ae vnigh bl epewain stul
them that I believed in what I did.
Apparently the funding sources
did too; the school received more
funds than anticipated for the
following year after mly "house
cleaning.' "Warehousing" Lwas
out: giving a new li e was mn. Lives
would be changed even if it didn't
appear that way immediately I
think I knew "What Would Jesus
Do?" and did it!


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Working with microscopes
Mrs. Salvatore's sixth-grade, seventh-grade and eighth-grade classes taking a look through
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students in the picture are: Shannon Holcomb, Lindsey, Rebecca Corley and Jazmine.


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presents
Fernandez, Brayant lia Alanis, Salena
s. Shelton: David toria Dwyer. Ms. WF
Frerddy Desantiago, Brooks, Shawntira
~, Christopher Perez, Johnson, Adriana S
,n. Third grade
le Mr. Borghese:
n: Kenya Gutierrez, Javier Hurtado,
y Jr, Shenaka Mc- tega. Ms. Butler:
awna Platt. Ms. Bur- Tamara Carter, C
AgP~uirre, Bernardo Ashley Roth, Jose
an Hernandez .Jr. Cool: Rebecca Bo
l: Kyle Brady, Katie ton, Devon Jackso
usana Garcia, ~Jose pez, Silvia Raya, Br
ika Rodriguez, Ser- Ms. Meadows: Q~
z. Ms. Morrell: Ja- Pe'Rei Henderso
Kytrina Lawson. Ms. Mosely, Elton Pere
quan Balkcom, Jah- driguez, Devyn Ta~
laggie Gacula, Grant ardson: Melisa Cr
Elijah Minns, Daisy guez: Pa'rei Hend
~ryera. Ms. Scruggs: Riveron, Maria Gon
Katie Bryant, Nagi- Resource root
asmain Hoopes, Mi- Ms. Perkins:
n, Juan Lopez, Me- Leonardo Gonza
r~oy Wilcher. Graham, Alex Pown
rade chez, Jesus Torre
lann: Jaden Bryan, Valle.
ly Mejia-Ruiz, Omar Fourth grade
Johnny Tilllman, Mr. Backes:
ilcher. Ms. Gooch: Jesse Lyvers, Je
,Jennifer Ornelas. Frank Rojas, Manf
n: Kevin Escoto, gar Zuniga. Ms. Ca
roa, Niyah Logan, Brown, Caleb Cur
Ms. Thebolt: Dha- son, Ana Escobar,


Carreno, Vic-
\alendzik: Jay
Carter, Alexis
sierra.

Caridad Diaz,
Nicholas Or-
Diana Amaya,
:arley Morrell,
Velazques. Ms.
lix, Taylor Hat-
,n, Jessica Lo-
andon Treece.
uintavis Griffin,
n, Katherine
zt, Alberto Ro-
ylor. 'Ms. Rich-
uz. Ms. Rodni-
erson, Mariam
Izalez.
m
Diego Filiponi,
lez, Terrance
rell, Juan San-
s-Loza, Luzari


Corey Hobbs,
~ssica Riquiz,
ord White, El-
mman: James
ry, Emry Den-
Marisol Gonza-


lez, Brooklynn Gurganious, Kyle
Mann, Maurice Murphy, Austin
Pearson, Karen Velazquez, Davis
Witt. Ms. Carlson: Luis Arvizu,
Yobani Maldonado, Randay Pa-
niagua, Flavie Thivierge, Crystal
Vasquez, Nidya Ysasi. Ms. Carter:
Taundra Banks, David dePuzo,
Gerson Diaz, Alan Fernandez,
Buddy Hedrick, Key'Ante Jones,
Michael Lee, Janet Munoz, Alaina
Rudd, Trevino, Jose Vanegas. Ms.
McHale: Ernesto Vega, Norma
Garcia, LeAirra Myers, Juan San-
tiago, Nikolas Slomiak.
Fifth grade
Mr. B rlison: Adrian Avelar,
Maliyah Bell, Daniel Martinez, Ga-
briela Rico, Kashawla Smith. Ms.
Burroughs/Ms. Mahoney: Kristin
Gray, Kiana Hardy, Ilario Maceda,
Kimberly Mesa, Ced'Kerria Mill-
ner, Shaina Penny, Richard Reece,
Dakota Richm, Nyterian Stewart,
Tyler Todd, Walter Vasquez. Ms.
Gary: Augustin Aguirre,. Ale-
jandro Mendoza. Mr. Walker: Aly-
sia Adams, Frederick Brooks, Eric
Delatorre, Jonekqua Howard, Ga-
briela Maghna, Dai'shouna Payne,
Ana Rangel, Yadira Raya, Vanessa
C. Rodriguez, Kierra Williams.


Vanessa Barrera, Erika Ben-
itez, Luke Bradford, Carlos Bry-
ant, Johntavious Cooks, Jameria
Davis, Zachary Dykes, Wilmer
Flores, Ja'Kerra Gadson,. Kale
Gibson, Joe Hernandez, Jocelyn~
Martinez, kshley Matamoros,
Amanda Ortiz, Kaley Pagan, ~Vic-
toria Rice, Margarita Salinas.
A/B's
.Jumetrius Bishop, Jontoria
Bowie, Courtney Brown, Roshon
Bryant, Alex Cabellero, Anjelica
Candelarie, Selena Cardenas,
Angelica Carrillo, Lynette Con-
cepcion, Devyn Crouch, Cinthia
Delgado, Jesus, Depaz, Ronald
Fletcher, Stephanie Hernandez,
Rebecca Herrington, Ernesto
Hurtado, Brenda Jaimes, Kyn-
dale Jones, Tamara Jones, Tyrone
Joseph, Kyree Marshall, John
McInturff, Sidney Mesa, Jennifer
Monge, Brandon Morales, Johnny
Navarro, Feliciano Nunez, Victoria
Ortiz, Rogelio Paniagua, Taylon
Pruitt, Victor Reyes, Juan Reyna,
Jawan Sanders, Ivy Scott, Alister
Thomas, Brandon Torres, Daisy
Villegas, Katelyn Wright, Chanet
Yanes, NubiaZeldon, Chieyenne
Zimmerman.


Kindergarten
All E's
Jason Alvardo, Taylor Bain, Wil-
lie Barrera, Tierra Bradford, Deyla
Cardenas, Jaivus Chavers, Priscila
Contreras, DeMarcus Crawford,
Yolanda Cruz, Mar'Lashawndra
Ellison, Sy'mya Footman, Isabel
Gast, Cade Gibson, Miranda Gid-
dens, Logan Griffith, Matthew
Hernandez, Isaac Hernandez, Jad-
lani Holmes, Ashley Jasso, Bruce
Jones, Juan L'unia, Alex Morrell,
Damaya Paige, Anthony Perez,
Layton Price, Angel Puentes, Dan-
iella Pupo, Giovanni Reyes, Kristy
Rosquete, Danisha Ross, Desiree
Rudd, Stephanie Salto, Carissa
Snead, Alexis Solis, Jisela Staples,
Candiya Washington, Kiyah Coco,
Olivia Williams, Tyler Williams.
All FJS's
Emily Aguila, Laura Ayala-
Contreras, Harvey Barr, Jose
Barrientos, Hunter Billie, Evelyn
Bonilla, Waylon Bowers, Charnell
Broughton, Jacqueline Calderon,
Wilmer Ceryoni, Andrea Garcia,
SKenia Granados, Joseph Guasp,
Haley Harrell, Jennah Hernan-
.dez, Jacob Howard, Jaheim
Humphries, Rayven King, Pedro
Morales, Jada Moulton, Alexa Na-
varro, Omar Olguin, Shania Prow-


ell, Wisam Ramadan, Tristian
Ruiz, Jaden Robinson, Anthony
Rodriguez, Rebekah Rudd, Carl-
ton Rush, Carolina Scott, Joshua
Simon, Chasity Spooner; Madisyn
Thomley.
First Grade
All A's
Daniela Betencourt, Aleah
Brown, Trent Brown, Ramnon Con-
treras, Arianna Escobar, Samuel
Ethan Wooddell, Koby Fajardo,
Sarah Fertil, Tajanay Gray, Dave
Jackson, Hailey Johnson, Hailey
Jones, Lane Keen, Carlie! Lawson,
Eddie Lopez, Guadalupe Munoz,
Anthony~ Munoz, Steven Nguyen,
Britney Ortega, Ricardo 1Paniagua,
John Perez, Adan Perez, Leandro
Perez, Bella Perez-Ramirez, Juan
Puentes, Selinda Puentes, Francis
Ramos, VunQueveya Rleid, Hai-
ley Smith, Kalei Sutton, Marian
Thomas, Leeana Varnum, Betzy
Velasquez, Liniya Wallace, Hor-
ace Washington, Victoria Wheel-
er, Laura Williams.
A/B's .
Alexander Aquila, IDalnesha
Barr, Brayan Barrera, Jose Ben-
itez, Jason Caballero, Brittany
Campuzano, Demi Crurz, Yaxini
Deleon, Marcel Diaz, Victor Gar-
cia, Laterrika Gray, Christopher


Griffith, Anasofia Guandia, Elys
Hernandez, Kate Hurtado, Jali-
cus Jones, Javon Jones, Camirea
Jones, Greg Martinez, I'nita Pear-
son, Kimberly Rashford, Angel
Reyes,
Damien Rivera, Carlisha Rush,
Brianna Sanchez, Ruby Smith,
Edniyan Thomas, Dylan Vary,
Eric Vega, Alexandra Westberry,
Ja'markis Weston, Aaron Wood-
dell.
Second Grade
All A's
Alquonne Brown, Marileysis
Caraballo, Chanice Carmona, Si-
coya Chavers, Morgan Daniels,
Kody Durance, Alayna Esparza,
Victoria Gomez, Jamyia Gordon,
Nathan Howard, Brittany John-
son, Da Juan Ellison, Odilia Lopez,
Cody Miller, Kevin Mount, Pris-
cilla Ortiz, Patricia Ortiz, Megan
Pittman, Jordan Potter, Leterria
Pugh, Tyren Richardson, Kayman
Robinson, Clarrissa Summers,
Manuel Valdes, Lauryn Varnum.
A/B's
Yesenia Almanza, Alexris Bal.
lard, Daliyah Cartagena, Jeffery
Chambers, Toni Coleman, Tati-
ana Coleman, Lilibeth Dela Cruz,
Stacy Filyaw, Fatima Gomez-Brito,
Alma Granados, Shakayla Han-


kins, Zack Hernandez, Shanya
Hunter, Rachel Lowman, Wel-
lestey Madurie, Kaleb Mc Carter,
Curtesha Midget, Tara Pruitt, Julia
Rentas, Anthony Reyes, Erika Ro-
driguez,
Benjamin Ruelas, Sonia Ruiz,
Joshua Santiago, Christian Scott,
Brenden Sheehy, Garrett Sparling,
Markevious Terry, Ashley Vallejo,
Rotsen Vazquez-Moreno, Darsha-
da Williams, Lyndell Williams,
Luiz Yanes, Chance Zimmerman.
Third Srade
All A's
Daniel Castillo, Jean-Pierre
Dubenion, Skylar Duckstein, Wyr-
att Dyess, Joshua Johnson, An-
tonio Lorenzo, Wilford McLeod,
McKenzie Miller, Jazmin Moran,
Jocelyn .Moran, Richard Perez,
Luis Ramos, Orlando Rodriguez,
Naeshia Thomas, Seth Walker,
Phillip Whitehead.
A/B's
SMadison Bain, Victoria Ballard,
Olivia Barber, Antonique Cole-
man, Ridrigo Cortes, Madison
Crouch, Darla Drake, P.J. Fajardo,
Osman Garcia, Hollis Hardwick,
Shawn Hernandez, Julissa Her-
nandez, Dagan Holloway, Esmer-
alda Hurtado, Jennifer Jasso, Mi-
chael Jones, Alkashia Keys, Alex


Mata, Maria Morales, Juan Nor-
ton, Alyssa Ralston, Juan Ruiz,
Brenda Saldivar, Zenyda Sorja-
no, Keianna Summers, De'Andre
Tarver, Karla Vasquez, Carlos
Vega, Sara Walker, Aaron Wil-
liams.
Fourth Grade
All A's
Kacle Durance, Jovonta Hart'
Alkeria Jackson, Kendra Johnson,
Ross Mack, Alyssa Miller, Alee
Perry, Kaci Pittman, Myles Polhill,
Trevor Pruitt, Lacie Steadley, Keah
Stephens, Laice Lyne Varnum,
Matthew Vary, Nigeria Warren,
Amber Whitehall, Shaelyn Wren.
A/B's
Erik Barrera, Neosha Belle,
Zachary Blackstock, Leyda Carde-
nas, Lilibeth Carrera, Micah Ca-
vanaugh, Adrian Contreras, Adri-
ana Diaz, Marissa Espino, Colt
Flynn, Micaela Franklin, Tyler Hall,
Brittney Harrell, Deborah Hernan-
dez, Raven Jackson, Deiver Jasso'
Bryce Lawson, Oscar Matam-
oros, Cosme Mendoza, D'Vontae
Moore, Weston Rayburn, Jose
Ruiz, Cheyenne Seiler, Cassandra.
Staples, Patricia Tellez, Megan
Wright, Cemerria Yarbrough.
Fifth Grade
All A's


Kindergarten .
All "E's"
Ma'Kiya Adderley, Dakota Ali,
Kylee Allred, Edward Amaro,
Jackson Belcher, Owen Blount,
Joseph Br~ight, Jose Carbajal,
Annabella Delafuente, Mikayla
Dukes, Taylor Durance, Jazmine
Escorcia, Hailey Etzweiler, Troy
Evans, Brelinda Gomez, Yamaira
Gonzalez, Mariah Goodman,
Adalmarie Hernandez, Tyrese
Holmes, Dyniesha Jackson, Jairus
Johnson, Nathan Johnson, Jacob
Kite, Karlee Lamb, Kaitlynn Lee,
Reyna Mendez, Mariah Muino,
Tony Ornelas, Israel Pagan, Jr.,
Fernanda Paniagua, Sofia Pridgen,
Courtnei Richards, Lizzy Rivera,
Mideyli Romero-Ruiz,Angely Ro-
sas, Amore'a Singleton, Nathan-
iel'Smith, Frank Suarez, Jamari
Thicklin, Chamorian Thicklin, Al-
exandra Torres, Alberto Trevino,
Tekyla Turner, Blake Whitlock.
All "E/S's"
Isaac Almaraz, Michayla Bo-
nilla, Genesis Chavez, Denilson
Cruz, Isabell Espinoza, Malic
Fowler, Kir'Shon Gilkes, Zakyla


Hall, Desiree Hernandez, Jayla
Hernandez, Angel Iglesias, Jaz-
Jaspur Ingram, Ayana" Luevano,
JunMoran, CleMurphy,
Perla Ramirez, Gabriel Rico, Ce-
cilia Rico, Albert Salgado, Austin
Sandoval, Malachi Stults, Johana
Vanegas, Angel Vera, Judith Vil-
lagomez.
Ist Grade
"A") Honor Roll
Yasineen Abuasbeh, W~il'Neria
Allen, Adrian Anderson,, Adriana
Anderson, Acacia Blue, Destiny
Bonilla, Damian Bowers, Damien
Claro, Cody Clemons, Marleidys
Codesal, Donny Creagh, Tif-
fany Dunham, Ifick Edemidiong,
Shelsy Flores, Jovan Gallegos,
Amber Hanahan, Vivian Haney,
Sarah Harris, Emily Iglesias, Ka-
Ivyn Johnson, Ky'nara Johnson,
Tashana Ligon, Luis Madrugo,
Shanecia Miller, Mauricio Perez,
Israel Perez, Louis Roberts, Chris-
topher Rodriguez, Francesca
Rodriguez, Damaris Rojas, Caitlin
Ruiz, Braden Rus, Marco ISanchez,
Sarai Sanchez, Ryan Scopinich,
Jeslis Tamez, Kayla Vidal, Leticia


Villarreal, Destiny Williams, Kobe
Willis.
'W/B" Honor Roll
Vanessa Aguirre, Markeithia Al-
len, Abigail Arias, Jeslis Ascencio,
Dariana Benitez, Palomita
Benitez, Ivianna Blanco, Vanessa
Carbajal, Michael Chavez, Tarik
Denmark, Bobby Flournah, Desti-
ny Gallegos, Deryk Gautier, Alexia
Gonzalez, Alfonso Herrera, Ethan
Johnson, Jocelyn Martinez, Ma-
riah McConniel, Jaylynn Moreno,
Austin O'neal, Jason Pagan, Alex
Pe~rez, Marc Perez, Armando Per-
ez, Kobe Perkins, Jasmine Ramir-
ez, Monica Rodriguez, Sebastian
Romero, Dakota Serrott, Arianna
Stults, Emmanuel Valdez, Angela
Vasquez, Jose Villalonga.
2nd Grade
"A" Honor Roll .
Courtney Berry, Zoie Cotton,
Lovadis Dominguez, Joby engram,
Brooke Jarvis, Dense Limdimas,
Victoria Padilla, Kevin Paniagua,
Sara Perera,.Timothy Powell, Jose
Rivera, Betsy Romero, Eileen San-
chez, Janessa Smith', Jarek Tarter,
Julie Valdes, Joshua Valdes, Vir-


ginia Villarreal.
'W/B" Honor Roll
Robert Adams, Ricardo As-
cencio, Manuel Benitez, Flore-
cita Benitez, .Jeremiah Boyd,
Tamynisha Burnett, Jade Castillo,
Taylor Catlett, Johanna Colson,
Holden Crawford, Joseph Harvill,
Tyson Davis, Clerra Dukes, Jesis
Fonseca, Daneisha Germany, lan
Holden, Emmanuel Lopez, Blake
Pena, Wilmarie Perez, Lisette
Perez, Lizbeth Ramirez, Olivia
Reyes, Demetrius Ross, Alina
Sandoval, Mariely Segura, Ney-
ton Velasquez, Jacob Wall, Javier
Willingham, Felix Yser.
3rd Grade
"A" Honor Roll
Issabella Allen, Samantha An-
gulo, Rebeca Benitez, Guadalupe
Duran-Almaras,` Catherine Marti-
nez, Lewis Medina, Alexxandria
Pate, Martin Perez, Luz Rossy.
'W/B" Honor Roll
Hayley Acevedo, David Adams,
Mohammed Alam, Kelsey Allison,
Eric Amaro, Mayra Avelar, Othon
Barrueta, John Bebon, Bradly
Bellew, Justin Blissett, Juan Cer-


vantes, Selena Corvo,~ Xavier
Crespo-Mederos, Javier DelRosa-
rio, Tessa Dunham, Jonathan Etz-
weiler, Mariana Figueroa, Daisy
Finnegan, Brittany Funderburk,
Shannon Garrett, Kavon Golla,
Jennifer Lamas, Leonardo Leiva,
Jazzmyn Lumpkin, Tavarius Mc-
Cray, Mya McLemore, Lewis Me-
dina, Antonio Mejia, Karina Mui-
no, Tammy "Daisy" Perez, Jose
Quinones, Osny Reyes, Natalie
Sanchez, Thaila Valdes, Ki'Ana
Vaughn, Ramon yazquez, Aman-
da Vazquez.
4th Grade
"A" Honor Roll
Alexandria Bowers, Alyssa Col-
son, Krystal Giraldo, Christopher
Harris, Anthony Huth, Sinead Mc-
Manus, Louis Mitta, Imani Nedd,
Dayanna Paloblanco, Victoria
Shanoski, Tyrin Summers, Abigail
Villareal, Everardo Yanes.
"A/B" Honor Roll
Johnny Abercrombie, Deon-
dre Bailey, Breanna Berry, Krystal
Bright, Cassidy Cohran, Diana
Cruz, Scarlett Fernandez-Perez,
Kenya Fuller, Adrian Garcia, Sa-


die Gomez, John Goodman, Aar-
on Johnson, Tahirah Landrum,
Angel Lopez, Maria Mejia, Javier
Pineda, Naqueasha Pope, Dela-
ney Reyes, Danyel Reyes, Jessi-
ca Rios, Marilyn Romero, Rafigue
(Scott, Mayra Trejo, Eddie Vazquez,
Ramon Vazquez-Maldonado.
5th Grade
"A" Honor Roll
Melanie Allen, Megan Blount,
Nestor Cabana, David Lara, An-
exa Leyva, Alexandra Padron, Se-
bastian Sanchez.
"GB" Ho r Roll
Kayla Andrews, Jaharis Banks,
Brett Cortez, Moran Daniels, Jose
Depaz, Austin Jackman, Vianca
Gallegos, Carolina Garcia, Lili-
beth Gonzalez, Zachary Hunter,
Dakota Jackman, Yousy Lop~ez,
Luis Mederos, Ryan Nesbitt; Jor-
dan Pencarinha, Alyssa Penton,
Damian Ramirez, Sergio Sanchez,
Alan Smith, Ker-nigil Thicklin,
Jorge Trejo, Edgar Villagomez,
De'Vontae Weekley.


Honor Roll


Elementary School
Ms. Campbell: Martin Pare- Cray, Yennifer Mejia-Ruiz, Trever Elliott, Coral
des. Mr. Co: Cristobal Antonio, Wilcher. Paniagua. MI
Marcelina Mendoza, Sabra Mer- Fourth grade Bocanegra,
cer, Naomi Millan, Alejandro Ro- Mr. Backtes: Dervan Baltazar, Thania Olvera
driguez, Daria Toledo., Juvenal Isis Knight, Alayna Pereiro, Emily Shanya Watso
Velazqlues, Candido Washington. Shamsundar. Ms. Ca'mmann: Al- First grad
Ms. Morrell: Jon Basqluin, Gray- yssa Avant, Stannira Butler, Kyle Ms. Browr
.son Brooks, Camryn Curry, Han- Knaack, Savannah Martinez, Sam- Arthur Mabr~
nah Hayes, Kale Knaack, Gloria uel Rivera, Rosicela Villatoro. Ms. Cullough, Shi
Salmeron, Eduardo Suarez. Ms. Carlson: Fernando Guillen, Jenna khour: Rene
Pearson: Tatiana Martin~ez, Aileen Powell. Ms. Carter: Jahmalie Casiano, Ju;
Valdez, Cassandra Whitehead. Bess, Giraldo Carreno, Ankit Pa- Ms. Campbel
Ms. Scruggs: Jahlaiza Bess, Asha- tel, Maria Sierra, Julio Valdez. Carmond, S~
na Etzweiler, Breeanna Graham, Fifth grade Granados, Er
Michael Isori, Isabel Rodriguez, Mr. Burlison: Rachel Morrell, gio Rodrigue:
Randy Williams. Jesus Ramirez, Crystal Vera, Su- cob Garacia, i
Second grade san Walker, Kimberly Zamora. Ms. Pearson: D'ar
Mr. Cammann: Sel~ena Gon- Burroughs/Ms. Mahoney: Leticia maira Bess, M
zalez, Jordan Hatton, Soraya Rico. Ms. Gary: Valeria Cerda, Kinsey-Jones,
Martinez. Ms. Gooch: Adamali Belkis Mejia, Amado Perez, Kayla Olvera, Eli Pe
Delacruz, Esperanza~ DeSan- Rosen. Elvis Amaya,
tiago, Alissa Taunton. Ms. Moun- "A/B" HONOR ROLL anna Gary, J~
tain: Shaige Brissett, Jade Bryan, KG: (E/S Honor Roll) chael Johnso
Ramiro DeSantiago, Guadalupe Ms. Berner: Emily DelaCruz, lissa Lopez, T
Lopez, Casey Wrisley. Ms. The- Yajaira Negrete, Kayla Nieto. Ms. Second g
bolt: Edgar Lopez. Ms. WValendzik: Crawford: Orion Haneboutta, Mr. Camm
Mary Crum, Anthony Lawson Jr, Victor Leon, Dawnya Washing- Al Gary, Kenn
Vincent Leiba, Amanda Pereiro. ton. Ms. A. Jones: Cassidy Doug- Paniagua,
Third grade las, Zikevious Knowles, Kalei Brooklyn Wi
Ms. Butler: Hannah Barraza, Peele, Emily Verger, David War- Eduardo Fox
Robyn Basquin, Noah Lawson, ren. Ms. M.Jones: Zalian Brooks, Ms. Mountai
Tylyn Tarter. Ms. Cool: Katerin Ruby Hernandez, Norma Olivera. Marco Figue
Artola. Ms. Meadows: Joel Mc- Ms. Owens: Jacob Bradley, Noah Alisia Millner.


Central

"A" HONOR ROLL
KG: (E Honor Roll)
Ms. Berner: Michael Cr~um,
Aracely Hurtado, Jylia Jackson,
John Paul Vann. Ms. Crawford:
Braxon Bodie, Elizabeth Chav-
ero, Thomas Darden, Caleb Fr~ey,
Jazmin Oliva-Garcia, Rey Pania-
gua, Roberto Perez, Jada Pope,
Alex Samerdyke, Betty Sanchez.
Ms. A. Jones: Flor Cruz-Salmer-
on, Cesar DePaz, Matthew Elliot,
Juan Gulvan, Elizabeth Iglecias,
Isabel Roya, Henry Santiesteban,
Demiya Scott, Brandon Shamsun-
dar, Roberto Vega. Ms. M. Jones:
Keiler Bonilla, Duaricka Brayant,
Crystal Carmona, Noah McCray,
Gustavo Morales, Juana Pania-
gua, Daniela Sierra, Harlee White-
head. Ms. Owens: Taleria Allen,
Hailed Barraza, Henry Coreano,
James Davis, John Flores, Nicole
Roth, Kylie Tarter, Juan Vera
Ms. Shelton: Terika Cosby,
Damian Miranda, Taiyla Mozoul,
Lisney Villatoro.
First grade
Ms. Brown: Hector Chavez,
Kevin Noel, Jasmine Palacios,
Francisco Pardo, Susan Rodri-
guez, Jocelyn Soto. Ms. Burkhour:
Donavon Taylor


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4 1 COPS


arrested April 7 and charged with
property damage criminal mis-
chief $200-$1,000, burglary of a
structure/conveyance unarmed


and with no person inside, grand
theft $10,000-$20,000 and theft
$300-$5,000. Detective Curtis Clay
CPD was arresting officer.


Jlames O. Dennard, 40, of Pa-
hoktee, was arrested on April 9
and charged with resisting on of-
ficer with violence, battery, and
battery on a police officer. No
bond has been set.
Garcia G. Castro, 40, of Paho-
kee, was arrested on April 10 and
charged with DUI. He served the
weekend in jail with no' bond.
Clyde H. Reagan, 57, of Paho-
kee, was arrested on April 11 and
charged with battery on person
65 years of age or older. No bond
has been set.
Carl D. Willis, 38, of Pahokee,
was arrested on April 11 and
charged with batterfr. He was
released under his own recogni-
zance.
Kareen A. Murray, 28, of Paho-
kee, was arrested on April 11 and
charged with violation of proba-
tion. She was released under su-
pervision.
Sara Nebenionquit, 28, of Pa-
hokee, was arrested on April 11
and charged with aggravated bat-
tery. Bond was set for $3,000.
Terence L. Moore, 29, of Paho-
kee, was arrested on April 11 and
charged with failure to appear for
misdemeanor offense, operating
a vehicle with suspended/revoked
drivers license He was released
on a surety bond of $1,000.
Javorus A. Miller, 22, of Paho-
kee, was arrested on April 11 and
charged with failure to appear for
misdemeanor offense, and oper-
ating a vehicle with a suspended/
revoked drivers license. He was
released on a surety' bond of
$1,000.
Roderick D. Jones, 22, of Paho-
kee, was arrested on April 12 and
charged with failure to appear for
felony offense and possession of
marijuana with intent to sell. No
bond has been set.
Willie Walker, 35, of Paho-
kee, was arrested on April 12
and charged with out-of-county
warrant and booked for Martin
County Sheriff's office. Bond was
set for $1,070.
Eric Z. Smith, 42, of Paho-


ktee, was arrested on April 13
and charged with DUI. He was
released under his own recogni-
zance.

South Bay
Betty Hicks Barnard, 55, of
South Bay, was arrested April 9
and charged with aggravated as-
sault. He was released to super
vised own recognizancn al,6

of South Bay, was arrested April
12 and charged with fleeing aid
eluding! police and resisting an
officer. He was released to surety
bond in the amount.of $3,000.

CleWIStOR
Gloria Melissa Moyer, 50, was
arrested April 11 and charged as
a fugitive from justice from Levy
County FTA: fraud. CPD Cpl. D.
SColburn was arresting officer.
Alvaro Betancourt, 37, was ar-
rested April 12 and charged with a
non-moving traffic violation ha-
bitual offender driving with a sus-
pended license. Deputy Nathan
Kirk was arresting officer.
Charles Allen Cobb Jr., 27, was
arrested April 12 and charged
with grand theft vehicle- third de-
gree. Deputy Larry Preece was ar-
resting officer,
Gilbeto Garcia, 52, was ar-
rested April 11 and charged with
VOP: DUI. Deputy Larry Preece
was arresting officer.
Coty Allen Gray, 21, was ar-
rested April 11 and charged with
habitual offender speed. FHP
Trooper Travis Parks was arrest-
Sing officer.
Timothy D. Bryant, 40, was ar-
rested April 11 on a warrant and
charged with FTA: felony offense.
Corrections Officer Pamela Ca-
pling was arresting officer.
Richard Anthony Coverdale,
21, was arrested April 11 and
charged \;ith battery felony re-
sulting from bodily harm or dis-
ability. Deputy Jason Walker was
arresting officer.
Aaron Dale Maltimore, 24, was


This column lists arrests,
not convictions, unless otI-
erwise stated. Anyone who
is listed here and wuho is
later found not guilty, or has
the charges against them
dropped, is welcome to in-
form the newspaper. We will
con/lrm the information and
print t.

Western Palm Beach
CORD

Belle Glade
ToyCrawford, 19, of Belle
Glade, was arrested April 9 and
charged with theft and false own-
ership of pawned items $300
or more. Bond has been set for
$5,000.
Abel Garcia, 27, of Belle Glade,
was arrested on April 10 and
charged with battery. He was re-
leased under supervision'
Joseph Jerome, 20, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on Apnil 10
and charged with battery; con-
tempt of circuit or county court;
vehicle theft and possession of
marijuana under 20 grams. No
bond has been set.
Ramon Martinez, 47, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on April 10.
and charged with attempting to
purchase cocaine. No bond has
been set.
Terrell A. Harrell, 18, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on April 10
and charged with resisting an of-
ficer. He was released under his
own recognizance.
Marshay Rainey, 19, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on April 11
and.charged with assault. He was
released the same day.
Brad J. Bryant, 23, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on April 11
and charged with violation of pro-
bation and possession of mari-
juana with intent to sell. He was
released on probation.
Derek Altman, 22, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on April 11
and charged with'violation of pro-


bation; possession of cocaine and
operating a vehicle while drivers
license is suspended on a second
conviction. No bond was set.
Shun M. Anderson, 27, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on April 11
and charged with operating a ve-
hicle while drivers license was re-
voked for habitual traffic offender.
No bond has been set
Gregory L. Waldon, 22, of
Belle Glade, was arrested on April
11 and charged with possession
of marijuana and possession of
drugs with out a prescription.
Bond was set for $1,000. He was
released under supervision, .
Aquileo D. Argueta, 41, of
Belle Glade, was arrested on April
12 and charged with violation of
probation; driving under the influ-
ence. No bond has been set,
Darius L. King, 40, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on April 13
and charged with burglary of
more than $300 or more. Bond
has been set for $3,000.
Tavar Jones, 30, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on April 13
and charged with possession of
cocaine with intent to sell and
trespassing. Bond has been set
for $5,000.
Clementine T. Jackson, 50, of
Belle Glade, was arrested on April
14 and charged with violation, of
probation and tampering with
evidence. No bond has been set.
Jaime Lopez, 20, of Belle
Glade, was arrested on April 14
and charged with aggravated bat-
tery offender khew or should
have known the victim was preg-
nant. No bond was set.

Pahoke
Randiate K. Phillips, 27, of
Pahokee, was arrested on April
9 and charged with damaging
property of more than $200. He
was released April 10.
Tony D. Pearson, 24, of Paho-
kee, was arrested on April 9 and
charged with aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon. He was
released the following day.


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S.R. 29: At the LaBelle Draw-
bridge (over the Caloosahatchee
River, .5 miles north of S.R. 80):
Maintenance projecting 14Begin-
nig onMnay, Apri 1, an
continuing through Thursday'
April 17, and again on Monday,
Apn!l 21 through Tuesday, April
22, crews will be making'repairs
to the LaBelle drawbridge which
will require the bridge to be
closed to traffic. Motorists should
expect north and southbound
lane closures from 9 p.m, to 6
a.m., weather permitting. Flag-
men will be on site to assist with
traffic. Marine traffic will not be
affected by the bridge closures.
Variable message boards are in
place alerting motorists of the
bridge closures. Motorists are ad-
vised alternate routes are avail-


able; including S.R. 31, U.S. 27 or
1-75. Detour signs are be posted.
S.R. 29: at the LaBelle Bridge:
Maintenance project -- Crews will
be doing guardrail repairs in this
area, with no lane closures ex-
pected, but slow moving traffic.
U.S. 27: From S.R..80 to Lew-
is Boulevard: Maintenance proj-
ect -- Crews will be mowing and
clearing behind the guardrail,
with no lane closures, but pos-
sible slow moving traffic in area.
U.S. 27: At the intersection of
S.R. 80 and U.S. 27: Maintenance
project -- Crews will be work-
ing on replacing guardrail in this
area. Motorists should expect
possible slow moving traffic with
no lane closures anticipated.


-Each Trooper with
Sat lea-st 100 DUI Ar-
rests- -

Tallahassee -One of the most
dangerous hazards on Florida's
roadways is a driver operating
a vehicle while under the influ
ence of alcohol or controlled
substances. Law enforcement
officers and troopers play a vi-
tal role in our communities by
identifying impaired drivers and
removing them from our road
ways before they injure or kill
innocent citizens.
Thirteen Florida Highway
Patrol troopers are among the
175 Florida law enforcement
officers honored by Mothers
Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
for their efforts in DUI enforce
ment. "We are proud of these
dedicated troopers as much as
we are inspired by them. By re-
moving impaired drivers from
Florida's roadways, we are mak-
ing our communities safer for
everyone," said the Director of
the Florida Highway Patrol Col.
John Czernis. "These troopers
have-the valuable ability to rec-
ognize impaired drivers, which
is the first difficult step to get-
ting them off our roads."
aT n FPt i lo pleased to
special award that is given by
the agency to the trooper who
arrests more impaired drivers
than any other member of the
Florida Highway Patrol during


the previous year. The Hurd-
Smith Award was created in
1998 to honor usie rreinary of
Trooper Kimberly Hurd and
Trooper Robbie Smith. Drunk
drivers killed both of these
troopers. The recipient of the
2007 Hurd-Smith award is
Trooper Terry Goswick from
Troop C, Tampa with 190 DUI
arrests.
The Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles coni-
gratulates these troopers who
truly exemplify what it means
to be a member of the Florida
Highway Patrol.
*100 Trooper Jeffrey Lotter
(Troop D)
*118 Trooper Michael Har-
man (Troop D)
*102 Trooper Adam M.
Morris (Troop C)
*119.- Troq~per Donna Jane
Wa-tts (Troop A)
*103 Trooper Sean M. Mc-
Cormick (Troop F)
*120 Trooper Jacob
Vaughn (Troop D)
*107 Trooper Eric 3. Devaul
(Troop L)
*123 Trooper Ben F. Miller
(Troop C)
*107 Trooper Gregory B.
Healy, Sr. (Troop G)
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District Champions
If Glades Central's Mychael Hollis put his head down like his fellow teammate Patrick Billings did at the finish, he just
might have won the 800 meter race for the first time. It made that much of a difference because Billings would win the
race with a time of 2:03.23, while Hollis finished second with a recorded time of 2:03.43 at the District 13-2A meet on
April 10. The Glades Day Gators boys track team won their second consecutive Class 1A District Championship at their
District Track Meet on~ April 8. It's an amazing accomplishment, considering the fact that the track program has been in
existence for only five seasons now. Way to go,,Gators! Glades Central's Travis Benjamin squeaked by Pahokee's Martavi-
ous Odoms in the boys 100 meter dash final race at the District 13-2A meet on April 10. Benjamin's winning time was 10.9
seconds, while Odoms in second place was clocked in at 10.92 seconds in the photo finish. In the girls 100 meter dash
final dt the Glades Central District 13-2A Meet, Raiders sprinter Vionni Brown came away victorious with a laser-recorded
time of 12.51 seconds. Pahokee Blue Devils sprinter Ruth Ann Kinglocke finished second with a time of 12.66 at the April
10 event.


Submitted photo/Faye McDavid

Clewiston High Softball
#1 Alexis Price a Junior at Clewiston High up to bat. #13 Sylvia Lopez, a freshman at Clewiston High School warms up
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warming up before the March 20, game between Clewiston High School and Riverdale.


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terfinals on April 21 at 7 p.m. If
the Gators win that game, then
they'll be in the April 22 semifinal
game, where they'll playing the
winner of the quarterfinal contest
between King's Academy, the No.
2 seed and Jupiter Christian, the
No. 7 seed.
Should No. 1 American Heri-
tage, who earned a bye in the
quarterfinals, lose in the semifi-
nals and No. 6 Glades Day moves
on to the district finals, the Gators
would end up squaring off against
either No. 4 Summit Christian or
No. 5 Benjamin those two teams
play.each other in the April 21
quarterfinal game.
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enough to win, but our losses
have come when other teams get
the big hit on us in our games."
In the Gators' April 1 gamd
against King's Academy, the
Glades Day pitching staff allowed
the Lions to connect on a three.
run home run in the first inning,
Glades Day lost that contest, 5-3.
SAside from that, Underwood
would really like for his team to
limit strikeouts and force their op-
ponents into errors.
"We need to get contact on
the baseball for that to happen,"
Underwood said.
If there's anyone on the team
that could step up their play, it
would likely be junior multi-pur-
pose player Coleman Sample and
senior designated hitter/pitcher

E.J.W Inderwood likes most
about Dolan is that he has struck
out only four times this season so
far. The baseball coach likes how
the senior knows how to put the
ball into play, whether it's draw-
ing walks or making contact.
Most importantly, the first-year
varsity baseball player who has a
respectable .280 batting average -
is considered a team leader who's
not a selfish-type in any form.
When it comes to Sample, Un-
derwood likes how he can easily
draw walks and hit for average, as
demonstrated by Sample's .338
batting average and .8100 on-base
percentage.
Striking out only five times this
season and a knack for pitting
his team in position to win every
game, it's no surprise that Under-
wood considers the junior one of
his best players.
"I would like to see all of us
enjoy the game of baseball and
play better as a teamn," Under
wood said. "We have to get used
to playing together."


Well, they better get it together
quickly because after their regu-
lar season finale against LaBelle
tonight, it is basically a win-or-
go-homne situation for Glades Day
from here on out.
To win the district tournament,
the Gators will likely have to get
past American Heritage-Delray
in the championship game on
April 24. The Stallions are the top
ranked team in Class 2A with a
22-1 record and were undefeated
in district play. ,
'American Heritage has beaten
every team by at least 11 runs,"
Underwood said. "We would
have to play the best games of our
liveset beat this them. They are a
supe em
The District 13-2A tournament
will be played at Roger Dean Sta-
diur in Jupitelr, with s xhsee

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By Naji Tobias
INI Florida
BELLE GLADE-ls the Glades
Day Gators baseball teamn ready
for the playoffs?
According to Mike Under-
wood, the head coach, not only
do they seem ready but are coni-
dent in making an appearance in
the Class 2A regional tournament,
which begins on April 29.
Despite the Gators' 7-10 overall
record as of Monday, Underwood
feels like if his team plays well
enough in the District 13-Class 2A
tournament, they could finish as
one of the top two teams.
The teams in Glades Day's
'district are American Heritage-
Delray, King's Academy, St. Ever-
nt Chrisnian, SumrnitCh istiain,
"I think we'll get to the district
championship game," Under-
wood said. "We've beaten every
district team except for King's
Academy and American Heri-
tage."
With Glades Day's district re-
cord of 4-8 they lost to King's
Academy and American Heri-
tage-Delray twice anything can
happen next week as the district
quarterfinals begin on Monday,
April 21.
For one thing, if the Gators want
to make a district championship
run, they must improve on their
hitting, as it has been their Achil-
les heel in many games. Accord-
ing to Underwood, Glades Day
typically starts off games strongly,
but as the contests wear on, the
opposition somehow connects
on clutch hits.
"We just haven't had timely
hits this season so far," Under.-
wood said. "There hasn't been
one game we got the big hit
yet. Our pitching has been good


SINIiNaji Tomias
Though the Glades Day Gators lost to Kmng's Academy, 5-3
on April 1, there were some highlights, including a hit from
senior Tony Walker in that contest.





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Studying The World of Science
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Smell
Continued From Page 1
animal feed or can be fermented
to produce potable and industrial
ethanol.
Ethanol is a systematic chemi-
cal name for ethyl alcohol.
Furthermore, there are hold-
ing ponds located near the plant
where excess water is stored.
This may also be attributed to the
odor, Sanchez says.
"We -have been smelling this
smell for years," says a local
resident and former sugar^ fac-


Festival
Continued From Page 1

stop there. On Sunday a Bass
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upc 1 ng ~veefn ad nasuotohke
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Working with microscopes
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the microscopes that were donated by Clewiston Middle School Principal Gary Ensor. The
students in the picture are: Shannon` Holcomb, Lindsey, Rebecca Corley and Jazmine.


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tory worker. "As long as I worked
there, I never knew what thle smell
was. I kinda got used to it."
He declined to comment fur-
ther and preferred to remain
anonymous, as did many current
and former employees.
Sanchez on the other hand has
worked for the sugar refinery for
over 15 years and is moire than
happy to answer any questions
regarding the facility.
Sanchez says that lately there
has been a sulfur odor in the air
that many presume also comes
from the mill. She attempts to de-
cipher the smells.
"With the new water treat-


ment plant, which belongs, to the
city, it adds a new sulfur smell,"
she said.
Unfortunately, Grimes and
other residents of the area can
look forward to the smell for at
least seven months out of the year
between October and April.
This year, however, with the
commission of new equipment
and new jobs, the refinery work-
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US Sugar made the decision
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Studio
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Ms. Smith has learned to ap-
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natural perspective. Rather than
struggle to find a way to keep chil-
dren sitting perfectly still, she opts
to let them be themselves. The
shots this produces focus on the
child's natural character, rather
than an artificial pose.
"I love taking pictures of kids,"
Ms. Smith said. "But sitting them
down and telling them to smile is
not as good as letting them play."
Her favorite subject is her
daughter, Aliana, who can some-
times be seen accompanying her
mother to the studio.
Ashley also works part-time as
a news clerk and photographer
for the Clewiston News.
The studio is now taking ap-
pointments, and after its May
Ist opening date, will be open
Wednesday through Fridays,

'o 7 m.h an Sunday 10ysa~m.
7 p.m. For more information, call
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com.


Diabetes classes
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