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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston, Fla.
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Publication Date: October 22, 2009
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Vol. 84 No. 16 Thursday, Octol


ber 22, 2009


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News in briefs Man faces first degree murder charge
ACFC Fall Festival Victim shot twice a footnote in a series of events that later find out, that her son's body to go back to the car when the sus
Active Citizens for Children is culminated in the death of Ricky had been dumped at a Clewiston pect shot him one more time, this
hosting a Fall Festival Saturday, Oct. with a shotgun, Trevino, of Collier County. Behind sugar cane field, time in the back. Trevino slumped
24 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the loca- dumped in Clewiston it all is a drug deal that went hor- In custody, the suspect said he over and fell to the ground. The
tion of the "Old Woodworks Park." ribly awry, they said. and the victim had had a dispute black vehicle then left the area, he
There will be booths, games, food sugar cane field According to a probable cause over a "rip," which is short for a said.
and lots of candy! Fun for the entire affidavit released by the Seminole drug rip-off, earlier that week. The The suspect reportedly told of-
family By Jose Jesus Zaragoza Police Department, the mother of suspect said the victim drove to his ficials that he had driven the truck
Clewiston News Ricky Trevino, the victim, called home at Big Cypress in a black ve- alone to Blumberg Road, which is
Cancer survivors We On Wednesday, Oct. 14, Teddy police fearing that her son was hicle and confronted him, saying located just east of Clewiston, and
want you Osceola, 20, found himself being inside the suspect's red pick up he had a gun in the car. had dumped the body the roadside
Want you chased down at the Big Cypress truck. That's when Osceola allegedly told officials that
If you are a cancer survivor we Indian Reservation by the mother She had apparently gone told detectives he pulled out a when he returned home, he start
need you to fill out a cancer sur- of a 17-year-old he is now charged searching for Osceola at his home shotgun and shot Trevino once in ed taking pills before leaving later
vivor form. These forms are sent with murdering, in Big Cypress after her son had the chest after warning him "don't with his brother to throw the shot
to the American cancer society. Officials say the chase, which disappeared that Monday. come closer."
All mailings will come from them. Seminole Police put a stop to, was She did not know, and would Trevino reportedly turned away See Murder Page 24


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Position may help

ease jail overcrowding
County considers from the administrative office of
the courts, Hendry County is con-
proposal to hire sidering the creation of a criminal
criminal case case manager position that would
do just that.
manager The idea is to help alleviate the
ever-growing number of inmates
By Jose Jesus Zaragoza that, at $39.50 a day, the county
Clewiston News must pay for. In its proposal, the
administrative office of the courts
With space at the local jail at quotes hard figures: a recent ren-
a premium, officials there have ovation has seen the jail capacity
relied on creative ways to house increase to 196 inmates, while the
an overflow of inmates having facility until recently fluctuated
them sleep on special beds that between 230 to 265 detainees.
would make cots seem like luxu The creation of the case man
ries, or planning to add modular ager position would obviate the
units to house detainees, need to jail based on minor in-
These measures to address the fractions. The program would
overcrowding inmate population work similarly to systems already
at the Hendry County Jail in La- in place in Charlotte, Collier and
Belle have only solved a portion Lee counties. There, the criminal
of the problem, local leaders say. case managers and judges con-
More needs to be done, and a side the nature of the offense,
solution must be found in the way employment and ties to the com-
that the court system handles mi-
nor charges. Acting on a proposal See Position Page 24


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By Pat Dobbins
With continued media attention about
H1NI-Swine Flu and vaccines, the Hendry
and Glades County Health Departments
would like to keep you informed about the
efforts to keep your family healthy.
The Hendry and Glades County Health
Departments are working on a schedule
for times and locations to make the vaccine
available to the community. These vaccina-
tions are VOLUNTARY and FREE.
We have not received our allotment of
the vaccine yet, but as soon as the vaccine
is shipped to our counties, it will be an-
nounced in the local newspapers.
H1N1-Swine Flu can be a threat to the
health of our families.
Though many people have experienced
mild symptoms, there are still others who
have had severe complications with this vi
rus and even death.
As of Oct. 13, there have been over 870
hospitalizations in Florida from the HIN1-
Swine Flu Virus.
Almost 100 of these hospitalizations were
pregnant women. There have been total of
121 deaths.
The majority of these deaths were people
under the age of 49 and some had no known
underlying medical conditions.
It is time for you to think about the vac-


cine and decide if the vaccine is right for you
and your family.
If you have questions or concerns about
the vaccine, please talk to your local health-
care provider or the local health department.
You can also call 1-877-352-3581.
Please note: Those in high risk categories
will be given the first supplies of the vac-
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They include:
Children and young adults age 6 months
through 24 years
Pregnant women
People who live with or care for children
younger than 6 months old
Health care workers and emergency
medical services personnel
People age 25 through 64 years who have
health conditions associated with higher risk
of medical complications
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ity, please call the Florida Department of
Health's toll-free number, which provides
public health information and updates on
H1N1-Swine flu.
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Letter to the editor

Big Lake Scramble
Plans for the 2009 Big Lake Scramble are
underway and we need your support! The
tournament will take place on Saturday, Dec.
5 at the Clewiston Gulf Course in Clewiston.
We invited you tee off for a great cause and
help us celebrate our 12th Anniversary.
All proceeds from thee tournament ben-
efit the Manuel V Iglesias Scholarship Foun-
dation and the recipients of its memorial
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be many more.
As a special gift, each participant in the
Big Lake Scramble will receive a certificate
from Ginn Reunion Resort in Orlando, Fla.
For One free night and Round of Golf with
the purchase of One Night and Round of
Golf.
For player registration form and tourna-
ment sponsorship or additional information
about the tournament or MVI Scholarship


Clubs and organizations


C.R.E.W is collecting
donations
C.R.E.W (Community Rebuilding Ecu-
menical Workforce) is collecting donated
items for a yard sale from now to Nov. 11.
Please bring items to Harlem Academy Day
Care in room # 12 located at 944 Harlem
Academy Ave. in Clewiston. The funds gath-
ered will be used for rebuilding our commu-
nity.

Cultural program on Miami
Circle
Credited with having discovered the Mi-


ami Circle, located where the Miami River
empties into Biscayne Bay, archeologist Bob
Carr will make a presentation on Thursday,
Oct. 22 beginning at 7 p.m. at the Clewiston
Museum.
The presentation will also include infor
nation on the Native Americans who inhab
ited the area at the time the Miami Circle
was built and what has been learned about
their culture. The program is made possible
by a Florida Humanities Council grant and
admission is free. Prior to the presentation,
the Annual Meeting of the Friends of the Mu
seum will be held to review the year's op
eration and elect new Trustees. Seating is
limited and it is requested that you call 863-
983-2870 to reserve seating.


please call Ramon Iglesias at 863-599-0460.
We hope that you will be able to join us in
making the 2009 Big Lake Scramble a great
success.
Thank you in advance for your support.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday,
Dec. 5 for a day of golfing and family fun.
Together we can make a difference in the
lives of others.
Sincerely,
The Iglesias Family




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Stop the violence
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The Hendry and Glades Domestic and
Sexual Violence Council's mission is to in-
crease community awareness about domes
tic and sexual violence and victim safety by
providing services, referrals and education
relating to the affects of domestic/sexual vio-
lence in our community.
The meetings rotate between LaBelle,
Clewiston and Moore Haven. To get involved
in the council or for information about
meeting dates and times, please call Abuse
Council and Treatment, Inc.'s Rural Exten-
sion (REACT): 863-674-1811, 8:30 a.m. until
5 p.m. to speak with an advocate.

Sponsor a pet
People who love pets but cannot adopt
one for one reason or another now have an-
other way to help. Caloosa Humane Society
has just added a feature to its pet list on Pet


finder.com called Sponsor a Pet.
With a simple click of a button, a visitor
can make a donation to a pet's care. To see
pets available to sponsor, visit www.dogn-
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Addiction recovery help
Narconon reminds parents that during
the summer months, children are more apt
to let boredom set in and drugs and alcohol
can work into their lives. To help your child
this summer, learn to recognize the signs of
drug and alcohol addiction and get the help
they need. If you or someone you know is
struggling with an addiction, call Narconon.
Narconon offers free addiction counseling,
assessments, and referrals to rehabilitation
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Local Weather

Weather Forecast for Hendry County
from the National Weather Service.
Clewiston and surrounding
areas:
Thursday: Mostly sunny,
with a high near 87. East wind
between 8 and 14 mph, with
gusts as high as 18 mph.
Thursday Night: Partly
cloudy, with a low around 69.
East wind around 8 mph.

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with a high near 86.
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Religion briefs

Palmdale
Chili Cook-off
Palmdale Baptist Church will be having
their Fall Festival on October 31, 2009 from
4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
There will be a Chili Cook-Off, Dessert
Contest, Cake Walk and children's games.
Everyone is welcome to come.

Moore Haven
Thrift shop open at Church of God of
Prophecy
The Church of God of Prophecy, in Moore
Haven, will have a thrift shop open on Sat-
urdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., all things are
given for a donation, this is to help for ex-
penses of the church.
We feel in helping the church it is helping
you also, with your needs.
All things are nice and clean, these things
are supplied by Cowboy Church Hand and
Hand Ministries of Palmdale, if you would
like to help us call 863-612-0640, if no an
swer leave message, God bless you.


Clewiston
St. Martin's to host Annual Christmas
Bazaar
Saturday, Nov. 7, is the date for this year's
annual Christmas Bazaar at St. Martin's Epis-
copal Church, 207 N. WC. Owen Avenue in
Clewiston. The yearly festival will be held
from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. and will feature
fresh baked goods crafts, homemade jel-
lies and jams, pickles and relish; also hand
made items both knit and crochet. Audie
Hooks will once again be serving famous
Brunswick Stew with bbq pork sandwiches
beginning at 11:30 a.m. The Attic Shop will
be open with slightly used holiday items for
sale as well. For more information, please
call 863-983-7960.
Aloha-lujah Night
Turning Point Church of God would like
to invite you to "Aloha"-lujah Night on Fri-
day, Oct. 30 from 7 p.m. to 9 pm. This is a
free and safe alternative to Halloween.
Everyone will be enjoying the fun in the
"Son." There will be free candy, games and


prizes for all ages. Free hotdogs and ham-
burgers for everyone to enjoy! Bring your
whole family!
For more information please call Mary at
863-983-7555 or Jennifer at 863-228-0454.
Children's Festival Oct. 31
Calvary Baptist Church will have its annu-
al children's festival on Oct. 31. The festival
will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. There will fun,
food, games and a bounce house. Come
join us for safe family fun.
Everyone is invited. Please no scary cos
tumes. The church is located on the corner
of Davidson and Gratton Rd. For more infor-
mation please call 863-983-5060 or 863-227-
2770.

Belle Glade
Pumpkin Patch Lighthouse Cafe
The Lighthouse Cafe would like to in-
vite everyone to stop at Community United
Methodiat Church at 401 S.W First St., Belle
Glade now until Oct. 31 to purchase pump
kins, crafts or just stop to chat during this in


terdenominational event to support the non-
profit Lighthouse Cafe. This event is to raise
funds to feed those in need a hot nourishing
meal Monday through Friday. In 2009, with
your support, we expect over 1600 children
from various schools to enjoy dancing, sing-
ing, a video on raising pumpkins, stories,
and just getting dirty playing in the pumpkin
patch. The 2009 goal is to raise funds to pro-
vide a free nourishing meal to those in need
in the Glades. This is truly an interdenomina-
tional supported Glades mission effort.

Pahokee
Trunk-a-Treat
Good Shepherd Church of God will be
sponsoring Trunk a Treat on Oct. 31 from
6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Everything is free and
all are welcome. Good Shepherd Church of
God is located on 1800 Bacom Point Road in
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A Walk in the Past: The Battle of Withlacoochie


By Butch Wilson
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Like an alert sentry, the cool
morning breeze captured the
bugle's lonely sounding notes

laden river to a dense, forebod C rihte M t l
ing swamp, where a cunning and
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The United States government
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reservations, forfeiting their own cans in Withlacoochie on Dec. 29, 1835.
ership of all other Florida Lands,
while the Treaty of Payne's Land-
ing and Fort Gibson called for bered garrisons that could so readily fall to
their removal from Florida to Indian lands the vengeful Seminoles, while other army
west of the Mississippi River. units and militias outside Florida started mo-
All three treaties were signed under bilizing.
stressful and intimidating circumstances Major Gaines, who was in charge of Flor-
that employed unscrupulous means, ida's western sector, immediately started
Fifteen years of land encroachment, op preparing his troops in New Orleans for de
pressive reservation life, and American poli- ployment.
cies finally sent the Seminoles on the war- He wrote General Clinch a letter, inform-
path. ing him of his plans to arrive at Fort Brooke
Simply stated, the Seminole Nation had by Feb. 8, 1836.
given in to the demands of the United States General Clinch, failed to receive General
government, until they had nothing more to Gaines letter, but he to was making plans at
give. Fort Drane, a fort located 30 miles from Fort
The only recourse left for them in 1835 Brooke.
was to fight or move west, most chose to During the month of December, Clinch
stay and fight. received reinforcements from the West
On Dec. 28, 1835, Indian Agent Thomp- Florida militia, 650 strong, under the com-
son and five other persons were killed out- mand of General Call (governor of Florida)
side Fort King, while 50 miles away, two and four companies of Army regulars under
companies of men (108 officers and men) Lt. Col. Fanning.
under the command of Major Dade were On Dec. 29, 1835, Clinch marched 250
ambushed and practically annihilated, army regulars and approximately 560
Only three men survived the ambush; mounted Florida militia toward the Semi-
one man was killed the next day as two of nole Nation's heartland.
the survivors were making their way back to Clinch was hoping to invade the Semi-
Fort Brooke. nole Nation and launch a surprise attack
News of the "Dade Massacre" spread using military methods that were impracti-
across Florida like an emotional brush fire cal and sometimes suicidal when employed
burning out of control, feed by fear and de agnd Nmtive Ameicidal
spulr, against Native Americans.
spair. He had hoped to reach the Withla-
Fleeing white inhabitants were knocking co e ai ver d to rech the Whda-
at the gates of a beleaguered military that cooche River in 24 hours, but this schedule
had underestimated the military strength of turned into a three day ordeal because the
the Seminole Nation. army was encumbered with 27 wagons and
Army and militia reinforcements from heavy baggage.
other Florida posts were soon on the march The initial element of surprise was lost not
to relieve the undermanned and outnum- only to wagons floundering in the swamps
for three days, but also to the large, tower


ing camp fires that twinkled
for miles like giant fireflies in
the night.
Whatever element of sur-
prise that was left became
lost when a bugler forgot and
sounded reverie on the morn
ing the army prepared to cross
the Withlacoochie River.
Lady Luck smiled on Gen-
eral Clinch's army as scouts
searched for a river crossing;
S they failed to discover the riv-
er's most favorable crossing
point, which was fordable for
both men and wagons.
Instead, a leaky canoe was
discovered further upriver and
used to ferry the army regu-
lars across in small groups of
eight.
This slight oversight saved
General Clinch and his army
ird.rathe.org from the fate that befell Major
nd Ameri- Dade and his men because
a large force of Seminoles,
numbering in the hundreds
had prepared an ambush at
the river crossing.
However, disaster still stalked Clinch's
army after the 250 regulars crossed the river
in the canoe.
General Clinch chose an open perimeter
along the river's edge that was shaped like a
horseshoe and surrounded on three sides by
heavy foliage.
It was a perfect location for ambush.
Again, Lady Luck smiled a second time.
The weary men had stacked their arms
and were resting nonchalantly inside the
open perimeter when a scout came rushing
from the woods hollering "Indians!"
Everyone forgot their weariness and went
on alert, grabbing guns and forming ranks.
An officer saw a lurking Seminole and
fired.
His fire was answered by hundreds of
Seminole muskets.
A battle quickly enveloped, filling the
perimeter with the sharp crackle of gun fire
and rolling white clouds of burnt powder
that drifted ghostlike through the woods.
The ranks of soldiers formed in the open
perimeter became easy targets as they ex-
posed themselves to the accurate fire of the
concealed Seminoles.


The day would have been lost, save for
Lt. Col. Fanning, who lead a bayonet charge
and drove the Seminoles back into the
swamp.
I hope you have enjoyed this story.
Please contact the Clewiston Museum
if you have questions, artifacts, pictures, or
a "Whale of a Tale" that you would like to
share.
The Museum's hours are Monday through
Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The museum provides an interesting fos-
sil display of prehistoric animals that once
roamed the Glades thousands of years ago
and artifacts that reflect the heritage of
Clewiston.


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LAKELAND Lee Hundertmark, passed away
from heart failure on October 12, 2009. She had
been hospitalized since October 4, 2009 due to
severe injuries resulting from a fall at her resi-
dence.
Mrs. Hundertmark was born on October 3,
1922 in Kelly, N.C. She grew up in Clewiston,
Fla., where she met and married Burton Wager
"Bud" Hundertmark, an agronomist employed
with U.S. Sugar Corp. until his retirement. Mrs.
Hundertmark enjoyed extensive traveling with
her husband and they eventually settled in Bun
nell, FL to be close to their family
Following the death of her husband, Mrs.
Hundertmark moved to Lakeland, Fla., where
her daughter and extended family reside. She
was also preceded in death by her daughter,
Anitra McLanahan.
She is survived by her daughter Elissa Robert-
son; three grandchildren, Josyane Boyer, Rebec-
ca Robertson, and Jonathan Robertson; and
two great-grandchildren, Cheyenne and Isaiah
Boyer.
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The Devil's Beatitudes
By Pastor John Hicks
First United Methodist Church
A pastor friend of mine in Alabama
shared, "Our church is just like every other
church, it's full of willing people, some
willing to work, and the rest willing to let
them."
They said if the devil were to write his Be
attitudes they would probably go something
like this:
Blessed are those who are too tired, too
busy, too distracted to spend an hour once
a week with their fellow Christians they are
my best workers.
Blessed are those Christians who wait to
be asked, and expect to be thanked-I can
use them.
Blessed are the touchy. With a bit of luck
they may stop going to church- they are my
missionaries.
Blessed are the troublemakers-they shall
be called my children.
Blessed are the complainers-I'm all ears
to them.
Blessed are they who are bored with the
minister's mannerisms and mistakes-for
they get nothing out of his sermons.
Blessed is the church member who ex-
pects to be invited to his own church-for he
is part of the problem instead of the solu-
tion.
Blessed are they who gossip for they shall
cause strife and divisions that please me.
Blessed are they who are easily offended
for they will soon get angry and quit.
Blessed are they who do not give their
offering to carry on God's work-for they are
my helpers.
Blessed is he who professes to love God,
but hates his brother and sister-for he shall
be with me forever.
Blessed are you when you hear this and
think it is about other people and not your-
self-I've got you.
As I thought about this list, two things
immediately hit me. First, I can honestly
say that throughout my years of ministry, I
have met every one of these types of church
members at least once. Second, there have
been times I have been guilty of being one of
them, and I know that I am not alone. May
the Lord help us all!
There is a blessing that comes to every
church member who really will love their
church, and love it in the right way, and
love it for the right reason. The member is
blessed, as is the church!

'They have no morals!'
By The Reverend Samuel S.
Thomas, Ph. D.+
Saint Martin's Church, Clewiston
The quotation can be attributed to a


judge in West Palm Beach who sentenced
three young men to life in prison.
They had brutally attacked a mother
and son and some people wondered about
whether it was correct to give such harsh
sentences to those who were so young and
probably not fully aware of what they had
done.
I have encountered this question from
time to time in one form or another; it came
up when four men killed a young girl in her
own front yard and told the investigators
that they "had nothing better to do" that af
ternoon.
It came up when I lived in a society where
there was no death penalty, and every once
and awhile a crime would be committed
that was so heinous, it made some of the so
city want to re-institute the death penalty in
a usually peaceful part of the world.
Was life in prison justified?
My answer is (1) that there are people in-
capable of living in society, and (2) for the
protection of society they have to be sepa-
rated. (Whether or not this means a death
penalty is not my issue here.)
What is essential is that the society be
shielded from those who would exploit
it and are incapable of understanding the
rights and feelings of others.
My readings on the state of the art in hu-
man behavior is that such people are very
unlikely to change, and that there seems to
be nothing at this stage in treatment-rehabil
itation-correction to restore them to a way
of living that allows for a lifestyle compatible
with what society requires.
Where does the lack of development of
such character come from?
Most likely, from many sources; nature
and nurture, heredity and environment, cul-
ture and society itself.
A remedy, if there is one, is to look at how
these young men were raised; how they
were taught, what values were honored and
what ones were laughed at, and see how
"reality" was portrayed to them.
Did they get any encouragement to at-
tend a church where religious values and
"morals" were taught?
Did they have family that encouraged
them to learn the differences between right
and wrong?
Were they encouraged to have friends or
belong to organizations that shared ideals
like respect for others and helping those in
need?
I've sympathized with immigrants who
have come here and who have told me that
they miss the moral instruction that their
children got in school "back home" but find
lacking here.
I have told them that in this society "you
will have to dig it out for yourselves" because
it is not as commonly supported here as it is
in some other places.


I've often wondered about parents who
don't take responsibility to see that their
children get moral instructions ("I can't do
a thing with him") and hope that they don't
wind up on the front page of the papers one
day, too.
Am I my brother's keeper?
Yes, and my child's keeper, too!

How times have changed!
By Jackie Miller, Evangelist
First Christian Church
"Indulged, permissive, petted, and un-
controlled at home, allowed to trample
upon all laws, human and divine, at school,
the student comes to college with an undis-
ciplined mind and an uncultivated heart, yet
with exalted ideas of personal dignity and
scowling contempt for local authority and
wholesome restraint."
Who said it?
When?
A professor at Davidson College in the
year 1855.
Earlier still in 1780, the students at Har
vard petitioned for the removal of the Presi-
dent of that distinguished institution.
HOW TIMES HAVE CHANGED!
Julius Caesar gained his fame as general,
statesman, and author, but was forced by
traffic jams to become a traffic engineer.
Ancient Rome's market place and around
the Circus Maximus that Caesar was forced
to bar all but pedestrians for the ten hours
after sunrise.


He also instituted one-way streets and
abolished downtown parking. The woman
driver problem was there too. Lady Chari
others weren't permitted to drive in the city
on Sunday, or during times of heavy traffic.
HOW TIMES HAVE CHANGED!
Archaeologist digging out the city of Pom-
peii, buried by lava from Mt. Vesuvius in 79
A.D., found loaded dice in the ruins.
It is recorded in about 309 B.C. a Greek
flute player named Aristos called his orches
tra out on strike because they weren't al-
lowed to eat their lunches in the temple.
They did not play another note until their
demands were met.
HOW TIMES HAVE CHANGED!
You may want to keep these bits of infor-
mation for the next time some pseudo-so-
phisticate tries to impress you with the fact,
"we live in the 21st Century."
Yes, it is true we do have our problems.
We also still have the power and promises to
meet those problems.
The Good News of Christ, His Church,
The Fellowship of the Family of God, these
bring purpose into our lives.
Bring your Space Age problems to
Christ.
He is still the same Yesterday, Today and
Forever!


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Statutes, the HENDRY COUNTY VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD, con-

sisting of two County Commissioners, one School Board Member,

one business owner and one home owner will convene a public

meeting AT 4:15 PM ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2009 at the

Hendry County Commissioner's Chambers, Hendry County

Courthouse, 25 East Hickpochee, LaBelle, Florida for the purpose

of approving the Special Magistrate agreements and minutes from

the September 2, 2009 VAB meeting. The VAB may consider other

items as may be appropriate or timely.

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the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record of

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Brighton Charter School volleyball team improving


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etv Emahakv, has only sixth graders on the
squad. In fact, every sixth grader in the new
school at the reservation is currently on the
volleyball squad.
That didn't mean a lot Thursday as the
young group of Seminoles matched the
older Yearling Middle School squad at the
Yearlings gym in Okeechobee.
The unbeaten Yearlings did win in the
end, 25-17, and 25-21, and did substitute lib-
erally, using many of their younger players
for the vast majority of the match.
Afterward, Yearling Coach Bruce Conrad
was very impressed with what could be-
come a new rival for the Yearlings.
"I was kind of disappointed," he said. "I
had several of these (Brighton) girls in club.
They played much better. They played well
today. That's a pretty good bunch there.
They played hard. I was impressed."
Conrad said the first match down in
Brighton was controlled by Yearling. He said
the younger Seminoles might have been a
little skittish. This time they looked ready.
"It's good to see that they are getting
some good coaching, I was impressed with
how well they played. It's nice that we have
this much talent in the area," he said.
Yearling mostly used seldom used re-
serves that haven't played in recent matches.
Conrad said their rust showed in the results.
Seminoles Coach Pam Matthews said her
program is building. This is only their first
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goal was to defeat the undefeated team. We
didn't quite do that but we did a very good
job and kept it close."
Next year the Brighton Charter School
plans to add seventh and eighth grade to the
school. Matthews said she feels the program
is headed in the right direction.
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Glades Central scores win over Jupiter Christian


Moore Haven, Pahokee
cruise to blowout
victories; Glades Day
nipped in 3-point loss

By Naji Tobias
IN[ Florida
BELLE GLADE Total domination.
Since Glades Central's Week 1 21-7 win
over Dwyer, no opponent has come close to
pulling off an upset victory.
Jupiter Christian, the two-time defending
Class 1B champions, was the latest team to
feel what it's like to get demolished by a su-
perior team.
In the Raiders 34-0 smashing of the Ea-
gles, balance was the order of this game, as
both the offense and defense clicked on all
cylinders.
And that's the first time this season any-
one could say that about Glades Central.
For one thing, Maryshal Rothman, the
Jupiter Christian quarterback, really had no
chance whatsoever of making this a com-
petitive game not with Glades Central reg-
istering a season-high 12 sacks on him.
And especially not with Rothman, one of
the state's most accomplished quarterbacks,
being forced into throwing his only intercep-
tion of the game on Jupiter Christian's lone
trip in the red zone.
Down 27-0 in the third quarter, Jupiter
Christian reached Glades Central's 15 yard
line.
The Eagles would never get that far again,
as Glades Central's Dominc Gibson (12 tack-
les, two sacks) snared the pick to end any
chance for a late rally.
"Our defense was confident and excited,"
Gibson said of the Raiders, who are the Beef
O' Brady's No. 2 all-classification team in the
state this week.
"The defensive line stepped up big time,
allowing us to make all those plays. This is
the best we've played the whole season so
far."
Robert Way (14 tackles, four sacks),




10_ ^


Jamorris Rowley (10 tackles,
sack) and Isiah Corbett (10 tack-
les, sack) led the Raiders defense,
limiting Jupiter Christian to 56 to-
tal yards.
Rothman (4-for-12, 55 yards,
INT) admitted that he should
have thrown the ball away on
that big play.
It likely wouldn't have mat-
tered if he did or not, as Glades
Central's swarming defense regis-
tered a season-high 96 tackles as
a team.
As for Glades Central's offense,
it was lights out, as L.J. Thomas
was 16-for-23 for 238 yards and
two touchdowns.
Those scores were caught by
Clive Walford (two catches, 24
yards) and Greg Dent (five catch-
es, i '
i I -, -..' (eight carries,
70 yards) and Carlton Lewis (six
carries, 58 yards) scored Glades
Central's rushing touchdowns.
And William Likely returned a
57-yard punt return for a touch-
down in Glades Central's home- Glades
coming win. second
"The running game worked
for us," Thomas said. "Our pass
ing game didn't have to do too much. We
had a balanced offense and we had Jupiter
Christian's defense on their toes the whole
night."
Glades Central (7-0; No. 1 in the latest
I ,. . .-I. .,. I lass 2A poll)
I, .1. .i I. i -, 1 1 I .' team in the
nation.
As for Jupiter Christian (5-2; No. 1 Class
lB team in this week's AP poll), they have
lost two in a row for the first time in more
than two years.
Glades Central's next two contests are
District 7-2A opponents Boynton Beach and
Suncoast.
They should be very easy wins for the
state's No. 2 overall team, who is rated be-
hind only No. 1 St. Thomas Aquinas -the


INI/Naji Tobias
Both teams seemed ready last week, but Glades Central would emerge victori-
ous.


INI/Naji Tobias
Central's William Likely runs for his 57-yard punt return for a touchdown in the
quarter of a 34-0 homecoming win over Jupiter Christian.


No. 1 USA Today team in the nation.
After the two district games, Glades
Central will duke it out with Pahokee in the
Muck Bowl.
Moore Haven 47, Merritt Island
Christian 7: Fred Hall scored three rushing
touchdowns in this game, as he lifted the
Terriers and its fans to a big homecoming
win.
Hall (11 carries, 247 yards) has now
crossed the 1,000-yard threshold, with 18
total touchdowns for the season through
Week 7.
Keonte White (10-for-18 passing, 118
yards, 1 TD) threw a 10-yard touchdown
pass to Cassius Hallback in the second quar-
ter.
White (six rushes, 102 rushes) also scored
with his legs, as he ran 33 yards for Moore
Haven's final touchdown of the game.
Tanner Carter and Terry Hallback scored
Moore Haven's other touchdowns.
Moore Haven (4-3) completed its non-
district schedule with this victory.
Now, for the Terriers to even think about
reaching its first playoff berth since 2003,
they cannot lose another game this season.
And they need help from other teams in
District 6-1B.
The next and final three opponents are
St. John Neumann, Out-of Door Academy
and Bradenton Christian.
If Moore Haven loses to St. John Neu-
mann tomorrow night, it's real simple
what's going to happen.
The Terriers (1-2 in District 6-1B play) can
kiss the playoffs goodbye.
Pahokee 47, Coral Springs Charter
0: In yet another Blue Devils win, it was Em-
manuel Perez who, believe it or not, led the
way in this one.
Perez was 9-for-II passing, with 259
yards and three touchdowns.
Fred Pickett scored two rushing touch-
downs, while Wardell Coleman and Corey


Hill added one each.
De'Joshua Johnson (four catches, 157
yards) caught one of Perez's three touch-
down passes, while Chris Dunkley and Den-
nis Hall grabbed one each as well.
Pahokee (5-1 overall; 4-0 in District 7-2B
play) is now the Rivals100 No. 80 team in
the nation, down five spots from last week.
The Blue Devils, No. 2 in the latest AP
Class 2B poll, is this week's Beef O' Brady's
No. 16 all-classification team in the state.
Belen Jesuit (Miami) 17, Glades Day
14: The Gators (4-2 overall) were unable to
hold on to a fourth quarter lead, as Belen
Jesuit, a Class 3A team, scored 10 points to
send Glades Day to its second loss in three
games.
Glades Day was up 14-7 going into the
fourth quarter before Belen Jesuit made its
comeback.
For Glades Day, ranked No. 5 in the lat-
i ,- i_ i, I' I, i ..ii. both losses
I- ,.. . ,i_ i. ,, ri. I,, u .r Christian)
have come as a result of letting a late lead
go.
The rest of Glades Day's regular season,
meanwhile seems to be set up for easy wins
- save for King's Academy next week, which
could go either way.

Week 8 games all are on
Friday, 10/23
Glades Central vs. Boynton Beach -6 or
6:30 p.m.
Glades Day vs. Berean Christian 7:30
p.m.
Moore Haven at St. John Neumann 7:30
p.m.
Pahokee vs. Pine Crest (HOMECOM-
ING) 7:30 p.m.
Note: All four teams are playing their dis-
trict games this week.
StaffWriter Najl bTbias can be reached at nto-
bias@newszap.com.


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Warrior Book Fair and Family Night
On Tuesday, October 6, 2009, Westside enjoy snacks and a great craft project while
Elementary hosted Family Night to promote attending this event. The event lasted from
the Scholastic Book Fair that was going on 6 to 8 p.m. with prize drawings every thirty
in the school's library. Students and Fami- minutes for Book Fair Gift certificates. West-
in the school's library. Students and Fami- sid sc oge
side students and families came together on
lies were able to purchase great new books Family Night to make the event a success
and accessories for themselves and for their and the faculty and staff wants to thank ev-
classroom teachers. They were also able to eryone for their generosity and support.




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Submitted photo/Aimee Sweet
Third-grader Kalvyn Johnson finishes
making his purchase at this year's
Westside Family Night Book Fair.


Submitted photo/Ramon Iglesias

Backpack Donation
Ramon Iglesias presented backpacks to Eastside Elementary School in Au-
gust on behalf of the Manuel V. Iglesias Scholarship Foundation who had
partnered with The Seminole Tribe of Florida to donate 300 backpacks and
school supplies. The Foundation's sole fundraiser is the Annual Big Lake
Scramble Golf Tournament. This year it will be held on December 5, 2009 at
the Clewiston Golf and Country Club. The golf tournament through it's spon-
sors has given out 31 scholarships since it's inception back in 1998. Anyone
wishing to sign up or interested in sponsorship opportunities should contact
Ramon Iglesias at 863-599-0460. From left to right is Principal Lori Duckstein,
School Secretary Melissa Hall, Foundation Executive Director Ramon Igle-
sias, First-grade teacher and parent to past recipient Candace Swaggerty.


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Westside Elementary School
Upcoming Events:
Attention Warrior
Families! Westside has
many important events
and dates to mark on the
calendar that you will not
want to miss out on.
Oct. 22 "Passport
To Success" sponsored by
the Parental Involvement
Committee from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. (There will
be pizza, prizes, and a bicycle giveaway)
Oct. 22 Westside Blood Drive for
Friends and Families of Westside
Oct. 27 End of the First Grading Pe-
riod
Oct. 27 Student Achievement Commit-
tee (SAC) meetings at 7 p.m. in the library
Oct. 30 Early Release at 11:15 a.m.
NO LUNCH will be served
SOct. 30 PTO Fall Dance from 7 p.m. to
9 p.m. in the cafeteria

Eastside Elementary School
Upcoming Events:
Oct. 23 Picture re- .,'
takes will be Friday during
school hours.
Oct. 27 Tuesday is _
the last day of the 1st 9
weeks. d... L-'.


Oct. 30 Our Annual Hoe Down will be
Friday, Oct. 30 in the cafeteria. Mrs. Dierks
will have bandanna's, cowboy hats, etc. on
sale in the media center.
Also Oct. 30 students will be dismissed
from school early at 11:15 a.m. No lunch
will be served.

Central Elementary School
Upcoming Events:
Oct. 23 Picture |
retakes
Oct. 27 End of JL
1st 9 Weeks
Oct. 30 Stu-
dents Early Release
and Kindergarten Fall
Festival C*E*S*
SNov. 2 to Nov. 6 C*
-CES Book Fair
Nov 3 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Book Fair
Muffins with Mom / Doughnuts with Dad
Nov. 4 -Report Cards go home
Nov 5 Parent / Teacher Conferences
and Book Fair Family Night

Clewiston Christian School
Upcoming Events:
Oct. 23 Report cards sent home.


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Citizen



Academy

How much do citizens really know
about law enforcement? Most of what
people know about law enforcement is
what they see on television from crime-
action TV which captivates the public's
imagination.
Sheriff Steve Whidden would like to
invite citizens of Hendry County to par-
ticipate in this Academy to give its citizens
a behind the scene look at what the men
and women of the Hendry County Sher
iff's Office do.
Most people have little or no first hand,
accurate knowledge about this vitally im-
portant element of our community. This
can put law enforcement at a tremen-
dous disadvantage because it is human
nature to fear or even mistrust what you
do not understand.
Participants will spend about 2 hours
a night in a classroom once a week for 14
weeks. Members will learn about call tak-
ing; what happens after you call for help;
the latest trends and procedures in law
enforcement as well as the duties and re-
sponsibilities of the various departments.
Those attending will also get to spend
one day at a firing range learning how to
handle firearms. Members will also have
the opportunity to tour the various sher-
iffs' buildings and ride in an agency ve-
hicle with a road patrol deputy and most
of all, learn how to develop confidence in
their ability to make themselves and their
property less attractive to criminals.
Because the men and women are
graduates of the Citizens Academy they
may become involved in the newly
formed volunteer programs that will be
offered by the Hendry County Sheriff's
Office.
The Citizens Academy is great for any-
one over 18 years of age, with a back-
ground free of felony convictions, who
wish to learn more about the field of law
enforcement in general and about the
Hendry County Sheriff's Office. The class
is FREE!! Class dates and time will be an-
nounced so please stop by and pick up
your application now. If you have ques-
tions or want to learn more about the
. ,iTi ;. i i,.,/ call Lt. Susan
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Serving the communities south of Lake Okeechobee


Arrest Report


This column lists arrests, not con-
victions, unless otherwise stated. Any-
one who is listed here and who is later
found not guilty, or has the charges
against them dropped, is welcome to
inform the newspaper. We will confirm
the information and print it.


Demetrae Pearson, 27


*Clewiston
*Fugitive from justice from
Seminole County
Arrested Oct. 17
Arrested by Deputy S. Bell


Mark A. Wheeler, 35


*Clewiston
-Fugitive from justice from
Broward County Petit theft
Arrested Oct. 17
Arrested by CPD Officer J. Pilon


Abu El Khier Richea, 37


*Clewiston
No photo *Child neglect
available Bttery
Arrested Oct. 16
Arrested by CPD


Clewiston News- 15



Marcos Moreno III, 24


*Clewiston
SWarrant: Failure to appear
Arrested Oct. 18
Arrested by Officer C Green


Rolando Carreno, 19


*Clewiston
*Dealing in stolen property
Arrested Oct. 7
Arrested by J. Lee


Do-It-Yourself Halloween costumes


Goodwill promotes "A
Costume a Day, the
Goodwill Way!"

Fort Myers A recent survey by the
National Retail Federation estimates that
the average shopper will spend about $10
less this Halloween than last year, and that
more than 16% of us will cut costs by mak-
ing costumes inst, .1 i i 1, ;.. them.
Thrift stores like (...i 11 i, r benefit
from this trend by promoting inexpensive
do-it-yourself costumes.
Goodwill Industries of Southwest Flori-
da is encouraging people to visit their stores
and website (http://www.goodwillswfl.org)
for costume suggestions. Their "Costume a
Day, the Goodwill Way" promotion features
30 inexpensive do-it yourself costumes


one for each day of October leading up to
Halloween.
"We have a little bit of everything," says
Kirsten O'Donnell, Goodwill's director of
Public Relations and Marketing. "With a set
of green scrubs, you don't just have to be
a doctor. With a little tweaking, you could
wear those scrubs and be an elf or Peter
Pan. All you need is a little imagination."
For customers needing a little extra cre-
ative help, Goodwill stores will celebrate
"Freaky Fridays." Each store will have one
or more employees dressed in costume,
designated to help guests find a one-of-a-
kind creation. But customers can get cos-
tume help every day of the week.
"We've had waiters, cowboys, and even
French maids looking for help with their
costumes this ye-lr" -1 Les Grantham,
manager of the ( C 1 ,i store on Daniels
in South Fort Myers. Grantham adds "Since


we have new items coming in every day,
our store associates are really good at
helping people hunt down the things they
need."
"Our shoppers can be pretty imagina-
h, ,, I, u I i, ,,
Our customers get a one-of-a kind outfit at
a great price, and their purchases help sup-
port the community."
Goodwill operates 24 Retail & Dona-
tion Centers in Southwest Florida. Revenue
generated from the resale of donated items
funds programs and services for people
with disabilities and other barriers to em-
ployment.
For a list of costume suggestions, or to
learn more about Goodwill Industries of
Southwest Florida, visit http://www.good
willswfl.org.


FWC presents draft for black bass management


The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conserva
tion Commission (FWC) staffwill introduce
a concept for a new black bass manage-
ment plan on Oct. 26, at the Florida Fresh
water Fishing Coalition meeting in Orlando.
The plan addresses the long-term needs
of this group of sport fish, which includes
Florida largemouth, shoal, spotted and Su-
wannee basses.
Black bass are the most popular recre-
ational fish in the world. In Florida, they
provide 822,000 anglers over the age of 16
with 14.7 million days of healthy outdoor
recreation and generate more than a bil-
lion dollars in economic impact for Florida,
according to the 2006 National Survey of
Hunting, Fishing and Wildlife-Associated
Recreation.
The FWC seeks public input at the unveil-
ing of the draft plan. The meeting starts at
9 a.m. in the Orlando Bass Pro Shop's con
ference room during the inaugural meeting
of the Florida Freshwater Fishing Coalition.
FLFFC is a partnership of freshwater fishery
organizations and anglers, representing a


cross-section of businesses, nonprofits and
individuals, who have a stake in ensuring
the future of Florida's outstanding fresh-
water fisheries. Collectively, they want to
learn about and discuss lake management
issues, fishenes data and research, so they
can provide an informed voice to achieve
the coalition's vision. Their mission is "To
serve as a coalition of freshwater fishery
organizations and anglers to protect our
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"The FLFFC is ecstatic to be able to dis-
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FLFFC and its partners are faced with many
issues, including access, habitat protection
and water quality," said Todd Kersey, FLFFC
President. "We feel developing a plan to
protect the most popular fish in Florida will
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preserving r, .. i,,i i, ... Capi-
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FWC's director of the Division of Freshwa-
ter Fisheries Management.
If you're interested in representing a
fishery-dependent business or organization
or are an avid angler with time to commit
to helping the coalition, please visit www.
FLFFC.org to reserve a seat and to pro-
vide input and guidance to the FWC on
this comprehensive and innovative new
plan. During the afternoon session, FWC
staff will host a roundtable forum to solicit
stakeholders' thoughts, reactions, ideas and
suggestions to help craft the final draft that
will be presented to FWC commissioners in
December.
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pref. EEO. Drug free.
Applicants needing
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contact HR.
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skills and work over-
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with excellent benefits.
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accepted starting on
10/23 at 5:00 pm and
ending on 10/30/09.
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Previous housekeeping exp pi f Essental duties indude: floor care (strip, wax,
buff) and mopping

Part time Couier/Houseeeper (LaBelle)
Previous housekeeping exp pref Will perform courier service, housekeeping,
and light maintenance

Full time-espiratory Therapist
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EDUCATION
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SPECIALISTS

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vation of classrooms @ minimum 4 hrs a
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teachers, attend workshops/trainings.
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tion, familiar with Creative Curriculum,
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**STORE CLOSING**
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management, and parental involvement.
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preferred. Director's Credential Certificate
required. Competitive Salary and Benefits
Package.
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IN THE RCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No.: 09-89CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JANET E. ROWE,
Decased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The admmnstraton of the estate of
anet E Rowe, deceased, whose
date of death was September 6,
2009, and whose oal security
number is *** -** -6457 IS pending in
the Cut Court fr Hendy County
lord Probate Division, the address
of which is PO Box 1760, La Belle,
S33975. The names a d dde
of the personal representative and
the persona represntat ves ator-
ney are set forth below
All creditor of thie decedent and
other persons hang dams or de-
mands against the decedent estate
onwhom a copy of is note i re
rd o be seed mut file their
lims Wlths court WITHIN THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other credir of the decent
and other peron having claims or
demands against deceden estate
must file their lalms wth thl court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOICE
ALL CLAIMS NOTFILEDWI
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECOND 733 702 OFTHE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
The date of firt ublhcaton of this
notice is O ber 22, 2009
Barbara Selby
Personal Represena ve
1513 Turkey Run Road
Wlmington, DE 19803
Ralph Elver
Flornda Bar Number 215848
Ralph Elver, PA
Attorney for Personal Repreentatve
PRO Drawer 228O
LaBelle, FL 33975
(863) 675-5800
(863) 675 4998 Fax
336795 CN 10/22,29/09


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 201H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
HENRY COUNTY
CASE # 28-CA-O00197
D,- on#:
UNC;
NOVASTAR MORTGAGE, INC.
Plaintiif,








Is E s
TIL GONZALEZ, husband and
wife; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC

CORP.;

AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN puruant
to an Order reschedun foreclosure
sale dated October 6, 2009 entered
i Cvl Cae No. 2008CAOD0197 of
the Circut Court of the 20th udicial
rcut in and for Hendry County,
Florda, wherein Noastar Mortgage,
Inc, Plaff and Ibrahn Gonale
and a Gonzalez husband and
wife are defendants), I will sell to
he highest and best bidder for csh,
IN FRONT OF THE OFFICE OF THE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
THE HENRY COUNTY COURT
HOUSE, (BEING THE 2ND FLOOR
HALLWAY OF THE NENDRY COURTS
BUILDING), ABLLE, FLORIDA, at
1100 AM, November 11, 2009, the
following described property as et
frt in said Final Judgment, to-wt
LOT 2, BLOCK C, OF GOLFVIEW
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS DESCRIBED IN
PUT BOOK 2, PAGE 90, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF HENRY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
DATED at LABELLE, Florida, tis th
day of October, 2009
BARBARAS BUTLER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Hendry mount, Florida
By, I Hammond
Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN
1001 N Dale Mabnry Hlghway
Suite 112
Tampa, FL 33618
(813 )8880-8888
336807 CN 10/22,29/09





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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
0H JUDICIAL CIRCeUT, IN
WND FOR GLADES COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION

Deutsche Bank Naonal Trust Company,

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astee uner N Star Mortgage
LMA MESA, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
VIRa MEA MISAEL UAINTANA MIKAE
MAEL QUINTAQNA UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF MISAEL QUINTANAN. UN-
KNOWN PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERLY,
Defendants


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN puMu-
ant to an Order Rehedullng ore-
closure Sale dated 10/5/2009, and
entered in Cae No 2008-
CA-000259, of the Circuit Court of
the 20th Judical Circuit in and for
GLADES County, Floda Deuthe
Bank Natonal Trust Company, as
rste e under NoaStar Mortgage
Funding Trust Sere 20066
Plaintiff and VILMA MESA, UN
KNOWN SPOUSE OF VILMA MESA,
MIAEL QUENTANA A/K/A MISAEL

PERSN(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY.are defendants
I wll %e to the highest and best
bidder for h t Te Fnt Steps






















OFUND 0F L 3, A DITT I
f Te Couthu, at 500 Avenue ,
Moore Haven in Glades County,
Floda at 11'00 am, on this 12
day o Nember, d 2a9, the fo2 o
ad Final Judgmen, to wit
A PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN
THE NORTHERLY EXTENSION OF
LOT 3, BETWEEN THE MEANDER
LINE OF LAKE OKEECHOBEE AND
THE PRESENT RIGHTOFWAY OF
TON 12, TOWNSHIP 42 SOUTH,
RANGE 32 EAST, GLADES COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF AID SECTION 12,
THENCE SOUTH 89026'07" WEST,
ALONG THE SOUTH BOUNDARY
LINE OF AID SECTION 12, A DIS-
TANCE OF 986 32 FEET TO AN IN
TERSECTION WITH THE
SOUTHERLY EXTENSION OF THE
WEST LINE OF SAID LOT 3 (SOUTH
FLORIDA FARMS COMPANY SUBDI
VISION OF THE EAST HALF OF SEC
TION 12), THENCE NORTH
00002'38" EAST ALONG SAID WEST
BOUNDARY OF LOT 3, A DISTANCE
OF 2844 02 FEET TO AN INTERSEC-
TON WITH THE MEANDER LINE OF
LAKE OKEECHOBEE ANDTHE POINT
OF BEGINNING OF THE DESCRIP
TION; THENCE SOUTH 3650'4"
EAST ALONG SAID MEANDER LINE,
A DISTANCE OF 466.50 FEET TO A
COUNTY ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY,
THENCE SOUTH 744150" EAST
ALONG SAID ROAD RIGHTOFWAY
A DISTANCE OF 2500 FEET,
THENCE NORTH 0002'38" EAST A
DISTANCE OF 20 00 FEET, THENCE
NORTH 744150" WEST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 11,97 FEET THENCE
NORTH 3650'44 WEST, A DIS-
TANCE OF 19200 FEET, THENCE
NORTH 00o0238- EAST A DISTANCE
OF 627 44 FEET TO THE PRESENT
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
OF HOOVER DIKE, THENCE NORTH
5839'41" WEST ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY OF HOOVER DIKE, A
DISTANCE OF IS 02 FEET, THENCE
NORTH 6939'41" WEST CONTINUE
ING ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY
OF HOOVER DIKE, A DISTANCE OF
17416 FEET TO AN INTERSECTION
WITH THE NORTHERLY EXTENSION
OF THE SAID WEST BOUNDARY
LINE OF LOT 3, THENCE SOUTH
0002'38" WEST ALONG SAID EX
TENSION OF THE WEST BOUNDARY
LINE OF LOT 3 A DISTANCE OF
490 36 FEET TO THE SAID POINT
OF BEGINNING OF THIS DESCRIP
ION
A per-n da-lmg an intert
the surplus from the sale, ,f anr,
other than the pperty owner as of
the date of the l pendens but file a
clam within 60 days after the sale
Dated this 12th day of Oct., 2009,
JOE FLINT
As Clerk of id Court
By Jennifer Bevis
As Deputy Clerk
Thls notices pxroided pursuant to
Adm nstratie Order No. 2.065
In aordane with the Amerans
Wlt DI sabltes Act, if you are a per
on with a dilablty who needs any
accommodaion n order to parlc-
pate in this proceeding, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to p islons
of xeril asrl"tance PleaT "ncT"
the Court Administrator at 25 EaSt
Hickpochee, LaBelle, FL 33g35,
Phone No, (941) 335-2299 wthn 2
working days o your receipt of this
notl. or pleading, if you are heanng
impaired, call 1 800 995-8770(V)(va
Flonda Relay Servles
336802 GCD 10/22,2/09


INTHE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 09-40-CA




KNOWN TENANT #1, UNKNOWN
TENANT #2, UNKNOWN TENANT
#3, UNKNOWN TENANT R, the
name being fcltious to aunt or
parties in possession,



GUSIN DERAS
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
20535 Siver Leaes Dre,
San Antonio, TX 78264
AND TO All perns dating an in
terest by through under, or against
the afread Defendant)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action to foelos a mortgage on
the following property located n
HENDRY County, Horda
LOT 29, BLOCK 2109, PORT
LABELLE UNIT 3, A SUBDIVI-
SION ACCORDING TO THE
PUT THEREOF, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 73, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS o
HENDR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Has been filed against you, and you
are qured to ere aopy of wnt
ten defenses, if any, to thi acon
on Kelly & Flton PA Attorneys
for Paintiff, whose addre is 1665
Pam Beach Lakes Bld the Foum

















IN AND FOR E RY COUNTY
33401 and file the anginal with the
Cerk within 30 ds after the first
date of publeaton of ths nt, or
on or before Nember 7, 2 th-
eisf a default udgmen may be
entered against ydou r relief de

SAID COURT on ths 7th day of Oa
tober, 2009
CLERK OF THE COURT
BY /s/ Hammond
As Deputy Clerk
33292 CN 10/22,29/09



INTH CIRCUIT COURTOF HE
TWENTIETH JUDICIALL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 09-0-CA
WACHOVIA BANK, N A
Pamln ff
v
AGUSTIN DERAS, UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF AGUSTN DERAS, UN-
KNOWN TENANT #1, UNKNOWN
TENANT #2, UNKNOWN TENANT
#3, UNKNOWN TENANT #, tthe
name being fltoi to aount for
Defendants


TO, AUGUSTIN DERAS
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS'
20535 Sier Leaves Drive,
San Antonio, TX 78264
AND TO All pens claming an m-
the afford Defendant(s)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an acton to foW loe a mortgage on
the llowig property located n
HENDRY County, Florida
LOT 29, BLOCK 2109, PORT
LABELLE UNIT 3, A SUBDIVI-
SION ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 73, O
THE PUBLIC RECORDS O
HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Has been filed against you, and you
are required to seae a copy of wnt-
ten defenses, if any, to this aton
on Kelley & Fulton, P.A., Attor-
neys for Plaintiff wh- add-
is 165 Palm each Lak Blvd.,
the Forum-Suite 10o, Weat
Palm Beach, FL 33401, and file
the orina with the Clerk within 30
days afer the first dale of publca-
tion of this notice, or on or before
Nwoember 7, 2009, otherwie a de
faut judgment may be entered
against you for relef demanded in
the Complant,
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF
SAID COURT on this 7th day of Oc-
tober, 2009
CLERK OF THE COURT
BY is/ Hammond
As Deputy Clerk
333336 CN 10/22,29/09


IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOFTHE
TWENTIETH ]UDICIL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR GLADES COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 09-CP-31
JUDGE: JACK LUNDY
IN RE' Estate of
COLEMAN BRUCE BREEDING,
Deceased,

NOTICE TOCREDITORS
a
The administration of the Etate of
COLEMAN BRUCE BREEDING,
Deceased, whe date f death
was ember 2, 2008, and whoe
a seurty number is
CP-31 is pdig in the Clut Court
for Glades County, Flonda, Pobate
Division, the address of which is 500
Avenue ], Post Office Box 10, Moore
Haven, Florda 33471, The names
and addesse of the Pernal Rep
rentatve and the Penal Repre
ntat tourney are set forh
below
All credlto of the decedent and
other perons halg aims or de-
mands against decedent's estate, on
whom a copy of this notice is
10be o eb ed mut file their
I, with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR TIRTY (3) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other credtor of the decedent
and other peons having caim or
demands aant the de n es
tate, must le their clams with this
Court WITHIN THREE (3)
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH-
IN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITH STANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of the fit publlaolon of
thcs Notice I Otober 15, 2009
Law Office Of
CASSELS & McCALL
BY: JOHN D. CASSELS JR
Attorney fr Persna Repreentave
400 Nw 2nd Stee
PO Box 968
(863) 763 3131
Fla Bar No. 0261521
TIMOTHY BRUCE BREEDING
Pe-onal Representative
3638 SE State Road 7
Mad-son, IN 47250
336105 CGS 10/15,22/09



NOTICE
Notice is hereby gen that on
10241/2009 at 11' AM at FORT
KNOX SELF STORAGE, 1025 Com-
merce Dre, LaBelle, FL,
863675 1025, the undesigned,
FORT KNOX SELF STORAGE, wl sell
at Public Sale by eompetlt bidding,
thepesna property heretofore
sto dwth the undesigned by
Kelly MartnO K 48

MIsc Items
Way Beyond Donuts of Okeechobee
Inc 26 E-6, E-8 Mis Items
Benda CIm a L-1
MISt Items

RoyM Lowe57
Msc Iterms
336171 CN 10/15,22/09




NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
The undergned doe hereby certfy
that LUIS A Acedo conducting a
Taxi busnes at Hendry County,
Fonda, under the fictitou name of
La Ley Tai and that aid firm i
composed of the following persons
whose names and place of res
dene are as follows'
LuS A Acevedo
409 Sabal Painm
LaBelle FL 33935
Ownerhip of La LeyTaxi i a
follows
LuS A Aevedo 100%
It is my intenton to appy to the
Fonda Department of State, D oln
of Corporaon to rseglter the said
name of LaLey Taxi under the po-
ons of Chapter 9026 aw o
Flonda, Acts of 1991
LuS Antoo Aeeo

LaBele, FL 33935
336617 CN 10/22/09


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
BERNARD EGAN & COMPANY,
PlamtlffCounter-Defendant,
. CASE NO R7-LI8CK
CLEWISTON FARMS, INC,
Defendant/Counter Pla ff
V Third Par Plattff. p I
BERNARD A EGAN, INC.
a 010, crporaton.
Thrd Party Defendant



SEE EXHIBIT "A" ATTACHED HERETO
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 20TH JUDICAL CRCUIT
IN AND FOR LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTON
Cae No.: 09-CA-054768
FIRST AMERICAN BANK,
Plaintiff,
iEAL PROPERTIES OF SOUTH WEST FLORIDA, INC AK/A REAL PROPER-
IES OF SOUTH WEST FLORIDIG, INC0 A FLORIDA CORPORATION, COZ -
iA PROPERTIES, INC, JOHN W KEENAN, JR, CTY OF CAPE CORALTHE
NYAN VILLAGE UNIT TEN PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, THE
AINTREE VILLAGE UNIT NINE PROPERTY OWNER'S ASSCIATIO N THE
AINTREE VILLAGE UNIT SX PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, THE
ANYAN VILLAGE UNIT THIRTEEN PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION,
IHE BANYAN VILLAGE UNIT TWELVE PROPERTY OWNERS -ASSOCIAON,
AERNON FOSTER AND ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIIDUAL DE
ENDANTS WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
AID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES HEIRS,
D)EISEES, GRANTESS OR OTHER CLAIMANTS, AND OHN DOE AND S ANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTSIN POSSESSION,
Defendants

NOTCE 5IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, the undergned Clerk of The Crcmut
ourt of Lee County, FlIonda, wll at 11 am on Nember 209 at
ublcsaleatthe Le County justice Center, justice Center, 100 Monroe
It 2nd flr Ft Mye FL 33901, to the highest bidder, for cash, the
,olowng desrlbed real property t
'ael 1: Lot 10, Block 2357, Unit 10, Port LaBell, a Subdlivsion accord ng
o the plat the f ref rded in Blat Book 4, Page 55, of the Pubic Recirds
if Hendry County, Florda
arl 2 Lot 9 Block 2534, Unt 13, Port LaBelle, a subdslon according
o the plat theof as ordMed in Plat Book 4 Page 17, Pubic Records of
Hendry County, Flonda
Parli 3 Lot 31, Block 2347 Unit 1o, Port Labelle, a subdivision accrdlng
o the plat thereof as rcorded in Pint Book 4, Page 17, Pubic Riords of
lendry County, Flonda
arel 4 Lot 4 Block 2324, Port LaBelle, Unit 9, accordIng to the plat
hereof as recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 144, Pubc Records o Hendry
al 5 Lot 21 Block 2341, of Port Labelle, Unit 6, a Subdivision aord
ng to the plat thereof as recorded in Blat Book 3, Page 109, of the Publc
Records of Hendry County,, FlorIda,
al 6 Lot 22 Block 2291, Unit 9, Port Labelle, a Subdon a rdng
o the plat therof as orded m Plat B1k 3, Page 144, Publc Rerds of
Hendry County Fonda
Parel 7: Remied
ael 8 Lot 43, Block 2501 Unit 12, Port Labelle, a subdivision acordn
o the plat there a rerdd in Blat Book 4, Page 42, Pub Records of
endry County, Florda,
l 9 L 6, Block 2393, Unit 10, Port LaBelle, a subdilo n acordIng
o the plat tlreof as reed in Blat Book 4, Page 17, Publ Rod of
endry County, Flonda
el : Lts 37 and 38, Blok 3618, Cape Coral Subdln, Unit 49, a
ordg to the map or plat here as rerded in Plat Book 17, Page 145,
'ubhic Re.rds of Lee County. Fonda
ael 11: Lots 39 and 40, Block 3618, Cape Coral Subdllon, Unit 49, a-
:ording to the map or plat therof as recrded in Plat Book 17, Page 145,
'ubhc Recrds of Lee County Flonda
Any peon claming an intere in the surplus from the le, if any, other
han the property ower as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a clam
thin sixty O days after the sale
If you are a pern with a disabl who nedsr aommodaton in order
o in this proed you ar entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of
ertain aostance ntct Kn Kellm, Court Operaeons Manager whoe
Ife is located at the
ee Comity Juste Cente 1700 Monr Street, Fort
lorda 339010 and who telephone number is (239)533-1700 with two
mpalred, call 1-800-955-8771
The said sle will be made pusuant to the Enal Judgment of Foreclosure
of the ClrUit Court of Lee County, Flonda, in Civil Action #09CA-054768
entered on the 5th day of October, 2009
DATED this 8th day of October, 2009
CHARLIE GREEN, Clerk
As Clerk of the Court
By M.A, Baker
As Deputy Clerk
336788 CAS 10/22,29/09


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
AMENDMENT OF PLAT
ADDITION NO. 1 RIDGELAWN CEMETERY
HENRY COUNTY

oce is hey gn that the Hendry County Board of County Comms-
siners wll holda pubc heanng on No ber 10, 209 at 5:05 .m.
Sthe Hendry County Courthou Commlesson Chamber, 25 E Holckph
e Ave, La Bele, Florda, to consider amending thepat of Addition No, to
idglawn Cemetery, a subdivision of a portion of Sectio n 11, Towh p 43
onUth, Range 34 East The cemetery is located east of the City of Clewls


ays between the hour of 8 0 a m to 5 00 p m, at the Hendry County
planningg and Zoning Department, 165 South Lee Street, LaBele, Fonda
f a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with r-pect
o any matter considered at such meeting or hearng, he/she wll need a
e trd of the proaeedngs, and that, for such purple, he/she may need to
nsure that a verbatim record of the proedngs is made which record in-
dudes the testimony and 22 dener upon which the appeal s to be based
planet B Taylor, Chairoman
Hendry County Board
of County Coommrssne
336552 CGS 10/22/09

NOTICE OF ANNUAL LANDOWNERS MEETING AND
ORGANZAT-IONAL MEETING OF THE
CENTRAL COUNTY WATER CONTROL DISTRICT
oe is hereby gen that the Board of Supevor for the Central County
Wter Control Distrlt wll hold their annual landowners meeting at 7 00
Sm on Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at the Montura Ranch Etates Club
ou l ted at 225 North Hacienda Street, Montura Ranch Estates,
wstion, Florida
rhe purpose of the meeting is to discuss the work of the District during the
iscal year 2008 2009 and to dius and tranct any other busine corm
ng before the Board An Organizational Meetlng wll immediately follow the
adjournment of the Annual Meting Al interested perns are in.ted to
Ittend and be heard.
f a person decide to appeal an decision made by the Board with rpet
o any matter considered at the above referened meeting, that pern wIl
need a Record of the proeednmg and may need to insure that a erbatlm
*eord of the proeedng is made, which cord Ilude the testimony and
vldee upon which the appeal is to be based
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS' IF YOU REQUIRE SPECIAL AID OR SERVICES AS
ADDRESSED IN THE AMERICAN DISABILITIES ACT, PLEASE CONTACT THE
DISTRICT CLERKS OFFICE AT (863) 9835797, NO LESS THAN FNE (5)
)AYS PRIOR TO THE ABOVE STATED HEARING DATE
CENTRAL COUNTY WATER CONTROL DISTRICT
335246 CN 10/8,15,22/09


South Florida Water Management Distict
Notie of Agenc Action
The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD or stct) g
notice of its Agency ActMon of iuance of permit number 22-00222-W for
the continuation of an existing ue of surface water from the SFWMD Canal
(C 43) via three exalmg withdrawal faces for agrcultural rrgation ue
ervng 1154 acre with an annual alloaton of 179778 mllhon gallons (a
maximum monthly allohl on of 238 1164 m 3llon gallons pursuant to appi-
Iaton 09022326, for a project known as Bronson Property, for the pur
poae of modfiation and renewal of agricultural rrigation and freeze
protection o 1, 154 areas of sugarr cane usngr a seepage/fur igaton
system The permit is subject to 20 Limiting Conditions The Project is o-
td in Glades Count in ectIons 23, 25-26, Township 42 South, Range

ng legal use of water and is nsstent with the pubc interest The permit
a issued September 17, 2009
The Permit and Staff Report, including imiting condition to provide re
enable assurances that the project meet SFWMD states and roles, were
ssued to US Sugar Corporation, 111 Pone DeLeon Ave, Cewston FL
33440, Susan B Wllams, PO. Box 171 Moore Haven, FL 33471, Sharon B.
Pott, PO B 949 Moore H n, FL 33471, A guda and Sons In, PO
S620257, Oedo, FL 32762, Walter S Bonon, PO Box 406, LoBda,
FL 33857; and Alm, Inc, PO Box 338, LaBelle, FL 33975, and dan be ob-
tamed by contacting Elizabeth Vegu lla, Deuty Clerk during ormal busi-
ne hours, 800 am to 5 pm, Monday through Fday e pt legal
holds, at 3301 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach, L 33406 or by tele
phone at (561) 686300 extension 6739
The strts agency aoon as set north in the Staff Reports shall become
final unless a timely petition for an admnastralve hearing filed under
Sections 120,569 and 120,57 of the Flonda Satutes before the deadline for
Fiing apetIlton, The procedures for petitioning for a hearing are set 1forth1
below, followed by the procedure for pu ng ediation
A pen who substantal nterests are affected by the tnt=s per-
mttng decision may petition for an administrative pro dng (heanng)
under Scons 120 569 and 120 57 of the Florda Staut The petition
must .nin the information set forth below and must be filed reede)
n the Offce of the Cerk at the SFWMD Headquarte at 301 Gun Club
Road, West Palm Beah, FL 33406 Pursuant to Rule 28 106 104 Fla Ad
min Code, any documents eeed after 5 00 p m shall be filed as of 8 00
a.m on the next regular busnes day FlHngr by emal wll not be areept
ed, A opy of the Pet on must al be mailed at the me of fihlng to the
persons named above at the address indicated. Failure to file a petlan
wthnM the 21 days of publication of notice, or other relpt of the written
notle, whiher first or first, contutes a waiver of any right such
person has to an admistratle determnaon hearing ) pursuant Lto Se-
tis 120569 and1216 20 a 57, Fla Stat a provided by Sub lon
28-106 11(4) Fla Admn Code The petoner shall maI a py of the pe-
tt on to the ant at the address Indicated above at the time of fing
A peton that disputes the maternal facts on which the Dtrict action
based must contain the information t forth in Rule 28106 201J(2), Fa
Admon, Lode, inludng,
(a) The name and address of each agency affected and eaVh agency's
ie or denficaton number, f known,
(b) The name, addre, ad dre, and telephone number of the petltn-
r, the name addre and telephone number of the petloner's repreen-
tatve if any which shall be the addreIs for sere purposes during the
ur of the proceeding and an eplanabton of how the pOitLoner's sub-
taa interests will be affected bythe agencydetermaton,
(c)A statement of when and how the petitioner reed notice of the
agency deCisO,
(d)A statement of all disputed ises of material fat If there are none
the pet'on must so indicate,
and statutes which entle the petiti owner to relief and
(f A demand for relef
A peon that doe not dispute the mateal facts on which the Dlsts
action is based shall state that no such facts are in dispute and others
hall ntan the same nfrmaton as t forth above as required by Rule
B-106 301, Fa Admin Code Becauthe adminstotlve hearng pro
Sdeigned to formulate final agency action, the fill of a petlon means
that the OmtS final action may be different from the position taken by t
n this noe.
In addion to reuesting an admoinrstrve hreatng p loner man y
elect to pursue mediation The election may be accomplished by ilng with
the Dlstnrt a medlaion agreement with al parts to the proceeds e,
the applicant, the Dtrict, and any pen who has filed a timely and suff
ent petition for a heanng) The agreement mut contain ll the nf rma-
on required by Rule 28-106 404 Fla Admm Code The agreement must
be reive4 d in the D ct Ofice of the Clerk, within ten days after the
deadline" for 'ln a petiLon, as set fort above
336625 GCD 10/22/09

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Prposl No. 1010-03
Sealed Propols wll be received by the Board of County Commsoners of
Hendry County, Flonda, at the Admstat Wg, Room A-226 (Cler
ffce) in the Hendr County Courthouse Complex 25 E Hkpoche Ave,
LaBelle, Florida untl 2'00 p m Monday, Nvember 2, 2009 for "Arglades
2009 at 2 p m or shortly thereafter, in te Adminisat Wing, outside
Room A 226 (Clerks Offie) n the Hendr County Courthou0 0 Complex, 25
E Hkpochee A LaBelle, Florda
A copy of the SpeIfcatons and Prop rser Instustons an be obtained
from the ofe of the Hendry County Purchaig Department, located at
165 S Lee St, LaBelle, Florida 33935, Post OTfie Box 2430, LaBelle, Flori-
da 33975, or by calng (863) 675 5220 or (863) 983 1465
The Board of County Comm- one srve the night to reject any or all
Propols, wth or without au and/or accept the Propol that in its
judgment, wll be in the best interest of the County
Janet B Taylor, Chairwman
Board of County Commissioners
Hendry County, Florida
336875 CB/CN 02210/22/09

REQUEST FOR BIDS
SUPPLY VARIOUS LOCAL ROAD MATERIALS TO HENRY COUNTY
BID NUMBER: 2010-02
OPENING DATE AND TME: November 4, 2009 at 2:0 p.m.
Sealed Bids wll be revived by the Board of County Commisioners of
Hendy Cunty, Fondr Supply Vaous Local Road Matenals to Hendry
county" In order to be onsldered, bids must reed by the Board of
County Commssoners at the C E Hall Buldng (Clerk's Oi e) in e Hend-
ry County Courthou Complex 25 E HckpochI Avenue, LaBelle, Flonda
SNoember 4, 2009 at 2 00 p m, at which time all respoes to this re-
quest will be recorded in the presence of one or more wltnes Blds re
ceied after this date and time wll not be opened or considered
A mpy of the Instrutons and Bid Documents can be obtained from the
Hendry County Phasng Department, located at 165 S Lee Street, La
Belle, Florida for pick up), Post Office Box 2340 LaBelle FL 33975 (maI
ing addre or by ca ng(863) 675-5220 or (863) 983-155
This on dos not comm1 t Hendry County to award any contracts, to
pay any costs incurrd n the preparation of a repone this Bid, or to
ntac for any series The County reeres the right to re0jet any or all
submittals rceed as a reult of this solicitation, or to canl in part or in
ts enrety this Bid, f t s n the best interest of te be n of theCounty to do so
Hendry County is an Equal Opportunty Empoyer
and rug/Smoke Free Work Place
Janet B Taylor, Chairoman
Board of County Comm lon-
336833 CB/CN 10/22,29109


PUBLIC HEARING
PROPOSED NEW RIER CROSSING
(Fort Dennaud Bridge Repleaeent)
Hendry ounty wll conduct a publc hreang for the proposed New Rive
g brg prove The hrng prde interested perns te
opporounty to expre their views oermng the Tlotan, oncepual de
n seoal, eonomc and environmental effects of the proposed bridge
The hang wll be held
Date me Tuesday, Otober 27, 2009 at 5 00 pm.
Loaton Hendry County Courthoue LaBelle
County Cormmsslon Chambers
2 East Hkpochee Avenue Comer of SR 80 and SR 29)
LaBelle, Flonda
The proposed project involves a new bndge ar the Calosahathe Riv
, lally known as te Oeechobee Wateay, onneng SR 80 and CR
78 in northwestern Hendry County, orda study currency being con-
duted to provide documented informaton neessary for Hendry County tN
determine the type, location, and design of the proposed new bridge
Right-of-way aqu on is proposed Potenal en ahments on wetland
and flodplaln have been dentified as a result of this project and may b
gen splial nsideration under Execut Orders 11990 and 11988 Soi
lernate are proposed East Alternatves 1, 2, and 3 and Wet Altema
tves 1, 2,and 3
A regularly heduled meeting of the Hendry County Board of County Co
ml rs wll begn at '0 m The formal ublc hearing for the pro-
psed N River Crosng bge prc is on the agenda and wll con
of a presentation by the County on the project and Ih as lated impact
followed by a pubic ommen period
Project duments wll be ialable for pubo review from September 9
2009 until November 5, 2009 at the Barron Library 1 N, Main Street, La
Belie Hou of operation are Monday-FrIday from LO'OO am to 5i00 pm,
and Saturday from 10 00 am to 1 oo00 pm The documents wll also b
avlable for rlew at the Hendry County Englneerng Offie loaded at 99
East Cowboy Way, LaBelle, Monday Fnday from .00 am to 500 prm,
In accrdance wth Tote VI of the Civl Rights Act of 1964 and other non
dlsrmnatlon laws, public participation is solited without regard to race,
who require special a ommodato under the Amen 0ans with D 1ab les6
Act or persons who require translation 1e (free of harge) should on
tact Bonnie Hanshaw at (863) 675 5222 at least en (7) workng days
pnor to the heanng
Any questions regarding the project should be directed to Shane Parker
PE, Proect Manager, at (863) 675 5222, by emal to sparker@endr
fanet, or by wrng to the Hendr County Eng4neenng Department, PO
Box 1607, LaBelle, Forda 33975
336858 CB/CN 10/22/09


I


C


HENRY COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULE


SUBECT AREA' 226A Personal and Bereavement Leave
(wlth Compesatton)
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF PUR PSE The proposed le establshes the
poicy for poen l and beeavment e (wh compensation) for admin-
iatto, admlntratveuppor, nOn-lntrumona
bargaining and non bargaining personnel
CITATION OF LE-
GAL AUTHORITY 1012 66, 1012 22,1012 61 (2) 2,
S0042,100143,110.41, 1001,49 (3), 100151 and 1012.23 F S. arn
6A-1079S B R
CITATION OF SPECIFIC LEGAL REFERENCE 1012 66,1012 22,
101261 (2)2, 100L42,100143, 1001,41, 1001.49 (3), 1001.51 and
101 23 FS and 6A-,079S R

FULL TEXT A copy of the full text of the proposed rue may be obtained,
without ost, at te Office of the Superintendent of Schools
EXEC IVE SUMMARY The propod rule establshe the poli for per
1al and bereaement ave (with mopenalon ) for admntrator, ad
m ai s uppo non-instructional brganng and non-bargain,

STATEMENT OF REGULATORY COSTS, The opposed policy roislon wll
create no additional district enom1 c impact in excess of $100 exept
for the csts of prlnbng and dlstrbutdons
LOCATION OF MEETING, TIME AND DATE' Hendry County School Boar
Meeting Room, 25 E Hckpochee Avenue LaBelle, FL at 5 30 p m or as
oon thereafter as the matter may be heard on Nemer 17, 2009
Noti: y person who wises to prode the Schl Board with informa-
tion regarding the statement of estimated regulatory sts, or to provide a
mpoal for a owner cost regulatory alernave must do in wr1Ung wthln
21 day after publin of this note
Notice: If requested in writing and not deemed unnesry by the Agen
SHead, a Rue Development Workshop 1 be held at a time and date to
e advertd inthe futu
Notice: The proedure for obtaining a public heanng on proposed rle
is to reque in writing a heanng The request shall be submitted to the
Superintendent of Shls, in writing, withn 21 days after publication of
this nobi The request shall y how te peron rqueting the publ
hearing would be affected by the opposed rule. The School Board, upor
approprate request rhal give afetMed peons an opporunty to present
dneo and argument an te aiue unaer on deraI on
Noti: Inspection and copying of all written matenals constituting public
ords submitted to the agency regarding draft rules may be obtained by
request, in writing, to mthe Superintendent of Schls
Notie: The Schl Board may recognize a material which ma be d
lly noted and to 1 inor0 ote tem itol e ror of te rue a
prceedM g Th Shool Board may inoporae mater by rference int
the proposed rule.
Notie: If you need an aommodaton n order to participate in this pro-
0ss, plea notify the Superntendent of Schools at (63) 6174642 or a
the Hendry County Courthou, LaBelle, Florda 33935 at least 48 hou
pnor to the meeting or workshop
Notice: If the School Board adopts the proposed rule one cefied opy o
the proposed rule shall be filed in he Oe of the Superintenent o
Schls pursuant to 20 54(3)(), F S
336808 CGS 10/22,29,11/5/09 CB 11/5/09

1


HENDRY COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULE

SUBMmITED BY R Sott Cooper DATE. 11/17/09
SUJBECT AREA 221Termnal Pay
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF PURPOSE, The proposed rle establish th
policy for ermna pay for admstato adm mianstralave support non-in
trutona barganng and non-bargan og pernnel
CITATION OF LEGAL AUTHORm. 1012 61, 1012 65, 1012 27 101 42 ant
11 43 FS

CIATION OF SPECIFIC LEGAL REFERENCE, 1012 61, 1012 65, 1012 2I
100142 and 1001 43 F S
FULL TEXT A copy of the full text of the proped rule may be obaned
without cost, at the Office of the Superintendent of Schools
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The proposed role establishes the poly for term
nal pay for admlnstrator, admnistrate support, non instructional bar
gaining and non-barganng pennel
STATEMENT OF REGULATORY COSTS The propoeTd ply reason wil
create no addona district economic impat in excess of $1000 excep
for the of pnntingand d str butBl

Metingoom 2 E. Hlpochee Avenue, LaBele, FL at 530 p m or at
n thereafter as e matter may be heard on Noember 17, OM9
Notice; Any pern who wishes to pr-de the School Board with nforma
ton regarding the statement of estimated regulatory costs or to pvde
proposal for a lower c regulatory alternative must do o in wrtng with
21 days after publication of this notice
Notdle: If requested in w ng and not deemed un essary by the Agen
cy Head, a Rule Development Workshop wll be held at a time and date th
be ad Ir teAd in the future,
Noti: The procedure for obtaining a public hearing on this proposed rul
is to request, in writing, a hearing The request shall be submitted to th
Superintendent of Shools, n wI tn, within 21 days after publiaton o
Had mnote The request shall sppiy .w the pesn requestng the pub n
hearing would be affted by the p d ru The Shool Board, upor
appropate request, shall give ffet persons an opportunity to preen
ideno e and aument on the ieuets under coganderaton
Note: Inspection and copying of all written materials nttung pub
records submitted to the agency egadlng draft rles may be obtained b'
request, in wnng, to the Super ntendent of Sch ls
NoIe: The School Board may regnd a maternal which may be judl

proeedng The School Bard may incorporate materil by reference in
Mte prophosd rule
Notle: If you need an accommodation n order to participate in this pro
ces, plea notify the Superintendent of Schools at (863) 674-4642 or a
te Hendry County Courthoue LaBlle, Flrda 33935 at ea hou
pnor to the meeting or workshop



33680 G5 10/22,29/11/509 ICB 11/5/09




HENDRY COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULE

SUBM ED BY R, Scott Cooper DATE 11t/1709
SUBIECT AREA 223A Vam t and Holdays
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF PURPOSE, The prped rle established th
poicy for vacation and holidays for Admnisttor Admlnstratve Sup
port, Non-Instrutona Bargainng and Non-Bargaining personnel
CITATION OF LEGAL AUTIHORLT 1001 41, 1012 22, 1001 42 and 10014:
FS

CITATION OF SPECIFIC LEGAL REFERENCE, 1001 41, 1012 22, 1001 4:
and 100143 F S
FULL TEXT A copy of the full text of the proposed rule may be obtained
without cost, at the Office of the Superintendent of Schls
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The proposed rule establishes the pol for vaca
ons and holidays for Admnstto Adm inistrative Support, NonInstruc
onal Bargaining and Non-Bargaining pernnel
STATEMENT OF REGULATORY COSTS The proposed pli revision wl
create no additional dlsrct .onomc impat in exce of $100 00 0eep
for te iCO of pnintngand d strdbut dl
LOCATION OF MEETING, TIME AND DATE Hendry County School Bon
Meeting Room, 25 Ea Hckp hee venue LaBelle, FL at 5'30 p, m or ap
soon thereafter as the matter may be heard n Nember 17, 29
otie; Any pern who whe to prde the School Board with inform
ton regarding the statement of estimated regulatory costs or to po de
proposal for a lower co regulatory alternative must do in ritng with
21 days after publication of this notice
Notice: If requested in wntlng and not deemed, unnessaary by the Agen
cy Head, a Rule Development Workshop will be held at a time and date t1
be adertised in the future
Notie: The procedure for obtaining a public hearing on this propped ru
is to request, n wntng, a hearing The quiet shall be submitted to th
Superintendent of Schools, in writng, within 21 days after pubhliatlon o
Had ote The requet shall speify w the pe=n reque"tng the pub n
hearing would be affected by the proposed rule The School Board,-upor
appropnate request, shall give affetd persons an opprtunity to presen
idence and argument on the iues under conslderatlon
Nl: Inspection and copying of all written materials nttung publ
records submitted to the agency regarding draft les may be obtained bI
request, n wnting, to the Superintendent of Schols
Nale: The School Board may regnl ay matena which may be ud
idaly noticed and to corporate them into the eord of the rule makanr
preeding The School Board may incorporate material by reference int
the propped rule
Notie: If you need an accommdation n order to participate n this pro
ces7, plea notify the Superintendent of Schools at (863) 674-4642 or a
the Hendry County Courthoue, LaBelle, Flonda 33935 at least 4 hour
pnor to the meeting or workshop
Notie If the School Bard adopts the proposed rule, one ertfied opy o
the proposed rule shall be filed in the Office of the Superintendent o
Schools pu sant to 120 543)(e) F S
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IN THE CIRCUHTCO UT OFTHE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HENRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA
C" DIVISION
CASE NO. 2009-CA-000983
SUNCOAST SCHOOLS FEDERAL
CREDIT UNION,
Plamtiff
JOHN W DAVIS, TV, UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JOHN W, DAVIS, IV, U
UE K DAVIS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF ]ULIE K DAVIS, CITY OF LA-
BDeendants


TO' UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JULE K
DAVIS, and all uknn
claiming by, through, under or
aga nst the above named Defendant,
who are not known to be dead or
alive, whether sad unknown part
claim as her,, devees, grantees,
enI, cedior trusees, spoupi
orter claants ,
Current Residene Unknown, but
whose last known address was'
11290 Heron Ba Blvd., #2022,
Coal Springs, FL 33076
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
bon to forecloe a mortgage on the
follwn popert n HENDRY
County, Flonda, to-wit'
THE WEST ONE-HALF OF ITH
NORTH 125.00 FEET OF BLOC(
32, GOODNO'S SUBDIIIO .
OF LABELLE, ACCORDING TI
THE PLAT THEREOF RECORD -
ED IN PUT BOOK 1, PAGE 4
PUBLIC RECORDS OF L E
COUNTY, FLORIDA, LN G
AND BEING IN HENDIY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY D -
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: B-
GINNING AT THE NORTHWErT
CORNER OF SAID BLOCK 3.
THENCE NORTH 88-45'1
EAST, ALONG THE SOUT1
RIGHT-OF-WAY OF WASHIN -
TON AVENUE, A DISTANCE OF
184.81 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
0000'26" EAST, A DISTANCE
OF 125.03 FEE THENCE
SOUTH ki45'15" WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 184.83 FEET TO
THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY OF
ELM STREET; THENCE ALONG
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY, NORTH
00o00o'0 EAST. A DISTANCE
OF 125.03 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
has been fled agalst you and you
are required to ve a copy of your
wren defenses, if any, to it on
Robert M Coplen, Eqre, Robert
M Coplen, PA,, 10225 Ulmerton
Road, Suite 5A, Largo, FL 33771, on
or before 11/23/09 or within thity
(30 day after the firstt publitaon
of this Notice of Action and file the
ngal with the Cerk of this Court
at 25 Hckpohee Ave, LaBele, FL
33975 either before wlvie on
Plant' attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherie, a default wll
be entered against you for the relief
demanded n the complain petition
WITNESS my hand and seal of the
Court on this 14th day of October,
2009.
BARBARA S BUTLER
Clerk of the Court
By /S/ R DE L CRUZ
Deputy Clerk
336472 CN 10/22,29/09


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL AnON
CASE NO.: 26-2008-CA-001141
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff
vs,
KENNETH C. DAZ, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order Reschedullng Foreclo
sure Sae dated Otober 6, 2009 and entered in Case No 262008
CA-00 of the Circuit Court of the TWENET Judical Circut n and for
HENRY County Florida herein WELLS FARGO BANK, A, the Paintiff
and KNNETH C DAZ, NOLVIA A LEIA, are the Defendants, I wll sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash at IN FRONT OF THE OFFICE OF THE
ERi OF THE COURT, BEING THE SECOND FLOOR HALLWAY OF THE
HENRY COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING CORNER OF HIGHWAY 80
AND 29TH SOUTH, LABELLE, FLORIDA AT 1100 AM, on the 4th day of
Nov., 2009, tie followmg desrbed property as set forth in said final udg

PARCEL 1: COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF GOV-
ERNMENT LOT 2 IN SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 43 SOUTH, RANGE 29
EAST, HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA AND RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES
33 MINUTES 01 SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF GOB-
VERNMENT LOT 2, A DISTANCE OF 639.1 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 11
DEGREES 08 MINUTES 13 SECONDS WEST 35.62 FEET TO THE
SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD NO. S-78; THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 33 MINUTES 1 SECOND EAST, ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, 391.86 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING
OF THE TRACT OF LAND HEREIN DESCRIBED; THENCE CONTINUE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 33 MINUTES 01 SECOND EAST 38.2 FEET TO
THE BEGINNING OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT WITH A RADIUS OF
1180.92 FEET) THENCE EASTERLY, ALONG SAID CURVED RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE (HAVING A CHORD BEARING OF NORTH 85 DE-
GREES 18 MINUTES 46 SECONDS EAST AND CHORD DISTANCE OF
211.4 FEET; 211.76 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 03 DEGREES 00 MIN-
UTES 41 SECONDS EAST 44.73 FEET TO THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-
WAY LINE OF THE CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER CANAL; THENCE
SOUTH 69 DEGREES 34 MINUTES 21 SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE,M 250.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 08 DEGREES
26 MINUTES 28 SECONDS WEST 116.22 FEET TO THE POINT-OF-
BEGINNING. PARCEL 2: COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER
OF GOVERNMENT LOT 2 IN SECTION S, TOWNSHIP 43 SOUTH,
RANGE 29 EAST, HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND RUN SOUTH 89
DEGREES 33 SECONDS 01 MINUTES EAST, ALONG THE NORTH
LINE OF GOVERNMENT LOT 2, A DISTANCE OF 639.1 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 11 DEGREES 8 MINUTES 13 SECONDS WEST 33.05 FEET TO
THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF THE CALOOSAHATCHEE RIV-
ER CANAL; THENCE NORTH 69 OE REES 34 MINUTES 21 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG SAID R/W LINE 74 .93 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING OF THE PARCEL OF LAND HEREIN DESCRIBED; THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 69 DEGREES 4 MINUTES 21 SECONDS EAST
60.00 FEET TO THE EAST LINE 0 GOVERNMENT LOT 2; THENCE
NORTH 0 DEGREES 25 MINUTES 6 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
EAST LINE OF GOVERNMENT LOT., A DISTANCE OF 35.47 FEET TO
THE SOUTH RIGHT OR WAY LIE OF STATE ROAD NO. 2-78;
THENCE WESTERLY, ALONG THE RC OF SAID R/W LING, (BEING
CURVED CONCAVE TO THE NO THWEST WITH A RADIUS OF
1180.92 FEET AND HAVING A CH RD BEARING OF SOUTH 78 DE-
GREES 43 MINUTES 13 SECOND WEST) A DISTANCE OF 60.00
FEET; THENCE SOUTH 03 DEGREE 00 MINUTES 41 SECONDS EAST
44.73 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. A/K/A 861 CIRCLE 78
WEST, LABELLE, FL 33935.
Any pen claiming an interest n the surrlu ftm the ale, if any, other
than the property ner as of the date of te Li Pnds mu file a clam
within st (60) days aaear the sale
WITNESS MY HND and the sealof this Court on October 12, 2009
Barbaco S Buter
Clerk of the C l.cit Court
By /s/D Hammond
Deputy Clerk
**See Americans with Dlabltles Act* In acrdance with the Americans
with Dilables act, perns needing a special accommodation to parl -
pate in this breeding should eonta the Deputy Court Administrator
whose Offie is loted at Lee County Justice Center, Room 3112, 1700
Monroe Strt, Fort Mye Florida 33901, telephone number
813 335-2299 1-800-955-8771 DD) or 1-80-955-770 v via Florida
Reay Sece, not later than seven ( days pnor to this proceeding
336798 CN 10/22,29/09

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
HENDRY COUNTY INSURANCE ADVISORY BOARD
Not s hereby gn that the Hendry Cunty Insurance dviry Boar
wll hold a meeng Oober 27, 2009 at 3 p m, at the Hendry County
Couthoue Square Room #A 118, 15 South Lee Street, LaBelle Flonda
If a pern decades to appeal any decision made by the Board wth re
spet to any matter diauted at such meeting, he/he uwll need a record
of the proeed.ngs, and that, for such purpose, he/she may need to eure
that a erbatlm record of the proceedings is made, which cod includes
he testimony and evidence upon wth the appeal is to be based
Hendry County Insurance Advisory Board
336851 CN/CB 10/22/09


NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice i hereby gn that pursant to a Writ of Execution, iued in the
Cout Court of Dal County, Florda, on the 25h day of c anuadr, 2005
in the cause whereln Eatpoln Supplier, Inc is plaintiff and Edward
Sarduy & Maria Sardu a/k/a RMaia Pi a/k/a Maria Pierce, Orlan-
do Piz, and Union Plante Bank is defendant, being Case number
03-1145A05, in said Court, Ste Whldden, as Shenff atof Hendry
County, Florda, have levied upon all the right, tile and interest of the de
fendant Edard Sarduy & Maria Sardu a/k/a Maria iz a/k/a Ma-
Hea Piece, Orlando Pie, and Union Planter Bank, n and to the
following described property, to wit
Lot Four (4) n Block 384 of the General Plan of Clewiton Florida as re
ld September 7, 1937 acordng to the plat recorded n Plate Book 2,
Pages71 to 78 include if the count Public Record of Hendry County,

And on the 19th dao of No ber, 2009 at the Hendry County Sherffs
Office, LaBelle, Florida, at the hour of II00am, or as soon thereafter a
pobe, I wll fferfor ale all the aid defendants, Edward Sard &
Maria Sardu a/k/a Maria Piz a/k/a Maria P erc Orlando Pit, and
Union Planters Bank, ht title and interet in the aforeid property, at
public auction and will el t(e same, subect to axes, all pnor Tlens, en-
cumbrances and judgments, if any, to the highest bidder for CASH IN
HAND, the proceeds to be applied as far as may be to the payment of
osts and the satsfiaion of the able desnbed execution
Steve Whbdden
Sheriff
HendryCounty, Flonda
By Lieutenant Andy Lewis
336127 CN/CB 10/15,22,29,11/5/09


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HENRY COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRCT
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULE
UBMITTiD BY R Scot Cooper DATE 11/17/09
UBJECT AREA 339 Homele Students
XECUTIVE SUMMRY OF PURPSE The propoa d rule establshes t
ll for Homele Students
:ITATON OF LEGAL AUTHORITY 1001 42, 100143, 1003 01(12), 100
1 F S The McKnney ento Homeles istane 42 USC
1143111436, TIe I Part A of the Elementa andSeconda Eduatlor
ct, 20 USO 6311-63151 Te Individuals w Dlabltes Ecaton Ac
O U SC 400 et s pnl 6 2002 Pocy of the Chld Nutntion D sor
if the US Department of Agriculture and June 5, 1992 Pony of the Admln
taon for Chiden and Faim e of the US Deparment of Healm and Hu
nan Seg tes
:1TATON OF SPECIFIC LEGAL REFERENCE 1001.42, 1001 43
.003 0112l 1003 21 F S The McKinney Vento Homeless Astance Act
12 U SO 11ii431-11436, Te I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondar
duction Act, 20 U S C 63116315, The Individuals wth Dales Edu
ation Act 20 U.SC. 1400 et seq ,Ap ril 6, 2002 Poicy of the Child Nutn
ion Division of the US Deprtment of Agnrculture and 1une 5, 1992 Poh1
f the odmin n fChn oC and Famlhs of the US Department o
Health and Human SeUrvce
FULL TT A copy of the full tt of the proposed le may be obtain
thout cost, at the Of of the Superintendent of School
XECUTIVE SUMMARY' The proposed rue establish the policy for home
Pls students
STATEMENT OF REGULATORY COSTS. The proposed poli reoln wl
createe no additional dstric enomc impact in ce of O 00 exep
or the csts of pr nbng and detbubtons
.OCATiON OF MEETING, TIME AND DATE' Hendry County Schl Boan
eetang Room, 25 E Hekpoeh Avenue, LaBele, FL at 5 30 p m or a
,on thereafter as the matter may be heard on November 17, 2009
oticed, Any pesn who wishes to pmvde the Schl Bord wth nfrma
ion regarding the statement of esmated regulatorcosts or to pvde i
ropo for a lower cost regulatory alternative must do so in wrbng wth
21 days after publication of this notice

Notin: If requested in wrlng and not deemed unneesry by the Agen
y Head, a Rue Development Workshop wll be held at a time and date
be advertised in the future
Noti: The predure for obtaining a public heanng on this prpacid ru
s to request, n writing,a heanng The request hall be submitted to th
Superintendent of Schls, in writing, within 21 days after pubhcation o
his notice The request shall specy how the peron requesting the puble
eang would be affected by the proposed rule. The Schl Board, upor
ppropate request, shall give affected person an opportunity to preen
idene. and argument on the eiues under consderatlon
Noti Inspection and copying of all written matenals onstituting public
records submitted to the agency regarding draft rule may be obtained bI
request, in writing, to the Superintendent of Schools
Notie: The School Board may recogne any material which may be udl
:ally noticed and to nrporate them It the rerod of the rule making
,ro.eedng The School Board may incrporate material by reference ina
he proposed rule
Notice: If you need an acmmodatlon in order to p pace in this pro
,, pleae notify the Superintendent of Schols at (863) 6744642 or a
the Hendry County Courthouse, LaBelle, Florda 33935 at least 48 hour
inor to the meeting or workshop

Notice: If the hool Beoard adopt the proposed rule one certified copy o
he proposed rue shall be fled n the Of o the Superintendent o
schools pursuant to 120 54(3)(e), S
136810 CGS 10/22,29,11/5/09 CB 11/5/09


NOTICE OF PRESENTATIONS
RFQ 2009-39
Notice is hereby given that there wll be a meeting for preentatons by the
top three ranked firms responding to the RFQ for Airport Development and
other Pfessonal Engineerng Sees in Hendry County, It wll be held
on Monday, October 26, 200 at 1i30 p m, in the dmntrlon Confer-
en Room, Room #118,165 S Lee Street, LaBelle, F 33935
If a peron decades to appeal any decision made wth respect to any matter
considered at this meeng, he/she wll need a ord of the proceedings,
and that, for such purpo, heshe may need to ensure that a rbabm
ecord of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based
336836 CB/CN 10/22/09






Guardrails Supplied/Installed for Hendry County
Bid No. 2009-33
Sealed Bids wll be rceied by the Board of County Comml.oners of
Hendry County Floda, for Guardral e Supphedinsalld for Hendry
County" In order to be considered, bids mut be reed by the Board of
County Commslsoner at the C E Hall BuldnMg (Cerk's ORlffice) in the Hend
by November th, 2009 at 00 P.M.ST), at which time all
spons to ths request will be recorded in the presence of one or more
witness
A copy of the spoofictons and bid document mu-st be obtained fom the
Hendry County Purhasng Departnent located at 165 s Lee Street, La
Bele, Flonda, (For Pickup), PO. Box 2340 LaBelle Florda, (Ma lg Ad
dre) or by calling telephone number (863) 675-5220/(863) 98-1,585
A PreBid Conference wll be held on Noember 3rd, 2009 at 10:00
A.M. (EST) at he Engineer's Office in LaBelle Prospective bidders are
strongly enouraged to attend
This soltatlon does not commit Hendry County to awad any contracts, to
payany costs incurred n the prepration of a repon to this Bid, or to
contract for any er s The County reeres the right to reect any or all
submttals re ed a aa result of this soltatlon, or to cane in part or in
its entlNty this Bid, If n the best interest of the County to do
Hendry County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and
orugSmoke Fre Work Place
Board of County Commlssloners
Janet B TaylorO,Chairman
336164 CB/CN 10/15,22,29/09


REQUEST FOR BIDS
Bid No. 2010-04
Sealed bids wll be erved by the Board of County Cmm one of
endry County, Flonda, at the C E Hall Buiding (erk's Ofice) n the
endry County CourthouI Complex, 25 E Hckpochee Ave, LaBelle, Flon
a 33935 until 2.00 pm. E,,Monday, Noemer 30, 2009, for LaBele
Sports Complex" Bids wll be opened on Monda November 30, 2009, at
m ES or shorty thereafter, in the Clerk's i, Second Flr of the
:, E. Hall Buldng in the Hendry County Courhous Complex, 25S E Hick
pahee Ave LaBe le, Flonda
A copy of the Bidder' Instruction, Spficatons and Bid Documents can
e obtained from the office of the Hendry County Puhas Department,
coated at 165 S Lee St LaBelle Florida 33935, Post Ofe Box 2340, La-
elle, Florda 33975, or by calling (863) 675-5220 r (863) 983-1585
SPrebid Conferene will be held on Tuesday November 17, 2009, at 5
im, at the Hendry LaBelle Rreaton Office, 310 W Cowboy Way, La-
elle, Florda P cte bdde are stgly encouraged to attend
he Board of County Commlssners reees the right to reject any or all
Bids, with or without aue and/or accept the Bid that, in It judgment, wll
In hme best Interet of the County Bid awards wll be made in aor
lane with Hendry County Odinance No. 2001 08
Ianet R Taylor, Chae-oman
Board of County Commssoners
lendy Cunty, Floda
336879 CB/CN 10/22,29/09





REQUEST FOR BIDS
SUPPLY FUEL TO HENRY COUNTY
BID NUMBER: 2010-01
OPENING DATE AND TIME: No-mber 18, 2009 AT 2:00 P.M.
Sealed Bds wll be lreeed by the Board of County Commc owners of
en County orda, Suppy Fue to Hendry County In order to be
ons d b mut be received by the Board of County Comm one
at the C E Hall Buiding (Cerk' Office) in the Hendry County Courthose
omplex, 25 E Hlckpochee Avenue LaBelle, Florda by Noember 18, 2009
t 2,00 prm, at which tme all espon1se to this quest will be recorded in
ie presence of one or more withses Bids received after this date and
Ime wll not be opened or considered
4 coy of the Instructions and Bid Dcuments can be obtained from the
Hey County Purchang Departent located at 165 S Lee Street, La-
3elle, Florid (for pick up), Pot Office Box 2340, LaBelle, F 33975 imaing
addrel) or by calling (863) 675 5220 or (863) 983 1585,
rhis sclltatlon des not commit Hendry County to award any contracts, to
oay any ts incurred in the preparation of rspoe to Hs Bid, or to
:ontract fr any enrices The County reves the night to ret anyor all
ubmtals received as a result of ths taton, or to n in part or in
t enbmty this Bid, fiti the bet nterest f the Coun to do
Hendi County i an Equal Opportuty Employer
and Drug/Smoke Free Work Pla
planet B Taylor, Chalroman
Ioard of County Commssone
336832 CB/CN 10/22,29,11/5,12/09


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The Barron Water Control Diert wll ecenie seaed pools until 11,0
M on November 18 2009, local time, at the Dtrict Oce, 3293 Dell-
wood Teerrae, Port LaBele, LeBele, Florida 33935, at whFc time the pro-
oal wll be pucly opened and ead aloud
rovde and ia one 2 5 ton 13 eer R410 air condtoner system and
ar handler Remoe old cmpresar and air handler, repar any ductwor
and pd wall and celng as needed. Provide new stand for air hander,
nw digital theostat and over fow proteton as well as new refrigerator
ine, f needed
Ovide and install one 3 ton 13 eer R410A air conditioner system and ad
ander Rema v ed mpre rn an ar handlers, par any ducwork and
p1sed wall and celng as needed Provide new stand for air handler, new
digital theostat and over flow protecon as wel as new rengerant ine,
f needed
n i must include all permits, material and abr Also, include warrant
e's on parts and labor and units Must al be a brand name Include in
ormaton on any rebated available
The owner re es the right to hold all propa ls for sxty (60) days and
o rect any or all propols, wih or without aue, to waive technical er
os and informaes or to aept the id in t judgment best seUes the
listrct
Lester B, Baird, Sr
General Manager
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Congratulations to the winners of the
Elks Local Soccer Shoot, sponsored by the
Clewiston Lodge #1853. A great effort was
made by all participants. The age group win-
ners were:
Madision bain placed first in the Girls Un-
der 8 division. The Eastside Elementary stu-
dent made 24 points in her 15 shots on goal.
Miranda Giddens and Madisyn Thomley,
also students at Eastside, placed second and
third, respectively, scoring 22 and 10 points
to earn their medals.
IR Rey Paniagua, from Central Elementary,
was the Boys Under 8 champion. He scored
30 points on his 15 kicks. Tyler Williams and
Bruce Jones, both from Eastside Elemen-
tary, placed second and third, respectively.
They scored 25 and 23 points to claim their
NIC ATTACKS? medals.
LEMS? Amanda Pereiro won the Under 10 Girls
ENT? title. The Central Elementary student scored
S 27 points on her 15 kicks, making 8 in a row
4358 at one point in the contest. She edged out
Megan Pittman, from Eastside Elementary,
ERVICES, P.A. by one point. Megan won the second place
Suite 10 award over Victoria C. Gomez, also from
140 Eastside. Victoria kicked for 23 points and
rl"cea0.com won the third place medal.
pted Christian Scott was the Boys Under 10
champion. He scored 19 points and placed
first over fellow Eastside Elementary student,
Juan Puentes, who was second.
ini Ashley Roth was the Girls Under 12 cham-
O pion. Kicking from a distance of 36 feet, she
scored 33 points. Ashley attends Central
InC. Elementary School. She won the champi-
g or Ip in onship by one point over Kelsey Allison, a
lsmcss W Westside Elementary student, who finished


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art contest

Students in grades 9-12 are urged to
enter the 29th Annual Young American
Creative Patriotic Art Contest sponsored
by the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of
Foreign Wars (VFW) of the United States.
This is an opportunity to win prizes lo-
cally as well as on the state and national
levels. The 1st place national winner re
ceives a $10,000 scholarship plus a trip
to Orlando, where the winner's art will
be unveiled at the 2010 Ladies Auxiliary
National Convention. Second thru eighth
place winners also receive scholarships.
In addition, the 8 national winners will

Magazine, which goes to our members
nationwide.
This is also an opportunity for students
to show their patriotism for our country
through their art. Students interested in
I should contact the Ladies
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at 501 S. Francisco or call 863-983-9748 to
request more information and an entry
form.
Please join with other students nation-
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your love of our country.


Pictured from left to right in the front row are Rey Paniagua and Tyler Wil-
liams. In the second row is Amanda Pereiro, Madison Bain, Mireanda Giddens,
Kelsey Allison, Victoria Gomez and Megan Pittman. In the back row are Cassidy
Cohran, Ashley Roth, Myles Polhill, Ryan Besbitt, Bobby Williams, Eric DeLa-
Torre and Gerrardo Vasquez. And in the center back is David Robinson annd
Exalted Ruler.


with 32 points. Cassidy Cohran, a student at
CMS, placed third with a solid score of 30
points.
Ryan Nesbitt, a CMS student, was the Un-
der 12 Boys champion. He scored 32 points
on his 15 kicks. Ryan finished one point
ahead of Myles Polhill, also a CMS student.
Myles scored 31 points. Bobby Williams,
also from CMS, placed third with 22 points.
Taylor Daniels, a student at CMS, won the
Under 14 Girls division. She scored 35 points


with her 15 kicks at the goal.
Gerardo Vasquez won the Under 14 Boys
title. He scored 42 points on his 15 kicks.
Brock Ramer placed second with 40 points
and Eric DeLaTorre finished third for the Un-
der 14 Boys with 31 points. All three are CMS
students.
The first place winners will be competing
at the Elks Southeast District Soccer Shoot
on Dec. 5 in Clewiston against winners from
other lodges in the district.


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Pumpkin Patch
Audrey Mila finds a pumpkin during Rainbow Preschool's field trip to the
pumpkin patch at First United Methodist Church of Clewiston.


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Position
Continued From Page 1
munity, and other variables, in deciding who
would be eligible for pre-trial release.
Rather than take up additional space in
jail, these people would be released and su
pervised by the case manager. Participants
would also be required to check in with the
case manager, remain in the county and
receive regular telephone contacts and re-
minders of court dates and appointments.
Specific cases might require participants
to abstain from the use of alcohol, or have
random drug screens, have no contact with


Murder
Continued From Page 1
gun into a canal.
Seminole Police drove to the location
with Osceola directing them to an "ob-
scure dirt road" along a sugar cane field and
pointed to the body off an embankment,
surrounded by vegetation.
At least one additional witness came for-
ward after the arrest, according to report. A
juvenile, accompanied by his father, told de
tectives that he had seen Trevino approach
Osceola with his hands in the air before he
was shot. The juvenile witness reportedly
helped Osceola load up the body in the F- 150
and watched as Osceola drove away.


a victim, have a mental evaluation, or any
other requirement of the court.
Aside from dealing with new cases, the
criminal case manager wcltd "',rl rk -li
with the state attorney's of' -- ...... .,,r ...
inmate cases that would 1i' 1., I ...
type of early resolution.
The full-time person would be respon-
sible for approximately 30 defendants in the
pre-trial program, with new cases added on
as old ones are resolved.
The biggest consideration for the county
is the cost of such a position. With Hen-
dry County actively searching for ways to
streamline its budget, the position would
require the county to provide full funding,
including salary, benefits, office space and


-Both the suspect
and witness claimed
the shooting took place
on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at
about 2 a.m.
One important piece
of information revealed
in that testimony was
that there was no black
vehicle. Osceola con-
Teddy Osceola. fronted with the new
information told police
that he had driven Trevino to Big Cypress.
According to the report, Trevino accused
Osceola of being in on a robbery that the
two hadbeenvictir, ..I Ih ,, .-Ii .11
threatened to hurt,- .,. i ,,,.i i,, I ,,,,,. '
payback.
"It doesn't have to be like this," Osceola


other expenses for the new title.
Altogether, the figure for the criminal case
manager position is $60,000, which the of-
fice of the courts argues can be paid through
fees generated by the additional court cost
fee (which has a balance of $260,000), court
facilities fee, or surplus funds through the
Hendry County Probation Department.
The target date for implementation was
originally January 2010, but it may be later
than that; during the Oct. 13 county meet-
ing, the item was tabled for future action.
News Editor Jose Zaragoza can be reached at
jzaragoza@newszap.com.


reportedly said, t-i '- ..i -5,_ i. i i..
and pointing it ...i .....
raised his empty hands in the air and began
to walk backwards, the suspect said he shot
him in the chest. He then had problems re
loading and took approximately one minute
to shoot him again.
"Ricky Trevino was staggering, turned
around and ran away at which time he shot
again and Ricky Trevino fell to the ground,"
the report reads.
Friends of the suspect allegedly refused to
help him load the body onto the truck. The
juvenile helped him roll the body onto an
ATV ramp held against the tailgate.
Osceola was transferred to the Hendry
County Jail, where he was formally charged
with first degree murder in the death of the
Ricky Trevino.


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