Group Title: Sun (Belle Glade, Fla.).
Title: The sun
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Title: The sun
Uniform Title: Sun (Belle Glade, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Sun (Belle Glade, Fla.)
Publisher: Independent Newspapers, Inc.
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Place of Publication: Belle Glade, Fla
Publication Date: June 4, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 66, no. 44 (Dec. 7, 1989)-
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Community Baby
Shower
A Community Baby Shower
will be held June 13 from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at Pahokee Middle High
School. This event is for the entire
family and promotes prenatal care.
Free shower gifts, games, and priz-
es are provided.
Leadership Glades
Leadership Glades is now accepting
applications for the 2009-2010 Leadership
Glades class. For more information, call
the Belle Glade Chamber of Commerce at
561-996-2745 or log on to the Leadership
Glades web site at Leadershipglades.com
to download an application.

Health D artment
seeks volunteers in
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Development (OTTED) less than
two years ago for the boat lock
construction.
Carol Wehle, who's the South
Florida Water Managernent Dis-
trict director, suggested the city
to seek alternative ways to obtain
the funds needed for construc-
tion
One way funding could be
provided note that there's no
guarantee this will happen is that
a collaborative of the water man-
agement district, FHREDI (Florida
Heartland Rural Economic and
Development Initiative) and
LORE (Lake Okeechobee Region-
al Economic alliance) could sup-
port the boat lock construction as
a part of the proposed vision for
an inland port in the Glades.
While being fully aware of the
current unknowns out there, city
officials are optimistic that the
boat lock project would take no
See Project Page 19


needed to begin the project.
Though it may sound prudent
to seek federal dollars to fund
the construction, representatives
from the U.S. Army Corps of Engi-
neers say it would take well over
five years for the boat locks to be
completed, should the city decide
to take that route.
And there's no guarantee the
federal government would grant
.funding anyway, officials said.
It's going to be a long pro-
cess, but I hope it doesn't take
that long," said Mark Kutney,
who is Belle Glade's deputy city
manager-
Kutney, aware that the city
must get approval from the feder-
al government to begin the proj-
ect, is confident the boat locks
will be constructed in the near
future.
After all, the city received a
$1.5 million grant from the Office
of Tourism, Trade and Economic


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By Naji Tobias
The Sun
BELLE GLADE The boat lock
construction near Torry Island
could begin within the next year.
It's a real possibility, officials
say.
-However, that will likely de-
pend on funding and authoriza-
tion from the federal govern-
ment. .
A large group of stakeholders
in the proposed project, imple-
mented by the City of Belle Glade
in July 2007, discussed the con-
cept during a May 29 meeting at
the Dolly Hand Center.
For one thing, officials deter-
mined that approximately $20
million in funding would be


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Deputies reportedly
found 59 ecstasy pills
and 5 marijuana bags
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PAHOKEE A football coach
for the Pahokee Blue Devils was
arrested by authorities May 31 on
charges of trafficking and posses-
sion of marijuana.
According to the Palm Beach
County Sheriffs Office (PBSO),
Demetres Hampton, the Bhie Devils
defensive line coach, was arrested
after drugs were reportedly found
in his silver Chevrolet Impala.
Deputies said they found about
59 ecstasy pills (19.3 grams esti-
mated total), 22 cigars and five
bags (7.3 grams) of marijuana
that was marked with a 'Playboy'
symbol individually, packaged,
wrapped and ready for sale.
The PBSO affidavit revealed that
all this happened after Hampton
was pulled over on a traffic stop in
the city.
The arrest report said Hampton,
who was the driver of the Impala,
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Weather Forecast for Western Palm
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Belle Glade and surrounding areas:
Thursday: Showers and
thunderstorms likely after 1pm.
Mostly cloudy, with a high near
88. Light south wind. Chance
of precipitation is 60%.
Thursday Night: Scat-
tered showers and thunder-
storms before 10pm. Partly
cloudy, with a low around 69.
Light south wind. Chance of precipita-
tion is 30%.

Extended Forecast:
Friday: Scattered showers and thun-
derstorms after 1pm. Partly
cloudy, with a high near 91.
Calm wind. Chance of.precipi- -
tation is 50%.
Friday Night: Scattered
showers and thunderstorms.
Partly cloudy, with a low
aroundS 68 South Cwind bi
tween an mp ance
precipitation is 30%.
Saturday: Scattered showers and
thunderstorms. Partly cloudy, ..
with a high near 88. South wind
between 3 and 5 mph. Chance
of precipitation is 40%. .
Saturday Night: Scattered
showers and thunderstorms.
Partly cloudy, with a low
around 73. Chance of precipi-
tation is 30%.
Sunday: Scattered show- .
ers and thunderstorms. Partly
cloudy, with a high near 86. .
Chance of precipitation is
30%. .
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Pahokee On May 28, 2009, The Paho-
kee Rotar Club alon with the Pahokee
Chamber of Commerce presented Detective
Michael Fincannon with a special recogni-
tion. Detective Fincannon who is a veteran
with the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office
received the "You Made a Difference Award"
from the Pahokee Chamber of Commerce
and the Pahokee Rotary Club presented him
with the "Community Service Award."
Elizabeth Cayson, Vice President of the
Pahokee Chamber and a member of the
Rotary Club presented the awards. Ms. Cay-
son stated in her presentation that Detective
Fincannon was presented these awards in
appreciation for his Outstanding Service and
Achievement in the community arid for pro-
viding service above himself. Detective Fin-
cannon's most recent efforts were solving
Ocie May Saulberry's missing person case.


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To maintain high water quality in the
county's water distribution system, Palm
Beach County Water Utilities Department
will temporarily modify the disinfectiork
process used to treat our drinking wa-
ter. The county will be using a somewhat
stronger disinfection process to produce
chlorine residual instead of a chloramine
residual from June 15 to July 15. The coun-
ty will also increase hydrant flushing dur-
ing this time. This is a preventative mainte-
nance process.
Customers served by the Palm Beach
County Water Utilities Department may no-
tice a slight chlorine taste or odor in their
tap water during this period. These tem-
porary conditions will not cause adverse
health effects.


If you are especially sensitive to the taste
or odor of chlorine, keep an open contain-
er of drinking water in your refrigerator for
a few hours to allow the chlorine to dissi-
pate.
Users of home dialysis machines, own-
ers of tropical fish and managers of stores
and restaurants with fish and shellfish
holding tanks are advised to seek profes-
sional advice as the method for removing
chlorine residuals differs -from removing
Chloramine residuals from tap water.
Should you need more information on
this change in the water treatment process,
please call the Palm Beach County Water
Utilities Department at 561-740-4600, op-
tion #3.


Attention Parents, do you want your child
to excel? The road to success starts now!
The 1st annual Glades Youth Football Camp
will be held on June 6 7 2009 at Lake Shore
Middle.School, 425 W. Canal st. North Belle
Glade, 33430. Kids ages 8 thru 14 are encour-
aged to attend. Our camps are instructed
by highly skilled coaches with the desire to
make your child better.
For more information please call 561-
914-4080 or 561-914-1545

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County Democrat have a unique opportunity
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Conununity Block Event
The Pahokee Beacon Center celebrates
NeighborWorks Week from June 6-13 with
two community projects: Adopt-a-Spot and
Paint Your Heart Out along Cypress Avenue
in Pahoke. NeighborWorks Week is a com-
munity revitalization effort that allows citi
zens to promote change block by block.
The Adopt-a-Spot, project is June 6 from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. It gathers youth groups
across the Glades area to promote civic and
community mindedness. Food, t-shirts, and
cleaning supplies will be provided.
The Paint Your Heart Out Project is June
13, 2009 from 8 a.m. to project completion.
The goal is three homes along Cypress Ave.
Community leaders and social activists will
gather for this painting project. Free food,
mulch, and plants will be provided,

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Pahokee. For more details, contact Marilyn
at 561-924-2070.

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the Muscogulges, a broad term used to de-
scribe some of the Indian Nations that had
settled and lived in the southeast.
Hernando De Soto and other Europeans
unknowingly infected many indian Nations
with the European diseases, so that by the
1700s, many of these large Indian Nations
in the southeast were reduced to mere rem-
nants.
Some were so small that they were on
the verge of extinction.
The .Muscogulges formed federations
among themselves and with other Indian
Nations.
Although some Indian Nations in the fed-
erations had ancient common origins, some
spoke different languages and often could
not understand each other.
Historians believe the language of the
true Muscogulges was Muskogee and was
spoken by the Coweta, Kasihta, Coosa, Ala-
bama and Abihka, which are thought to be
the founding towns of the Muskogee.
According to Indian oral traditions, the
Hitchitispeaking Indians are thought to have
migrated down from the north and lived for
centuries in the Southeast.
Later, the Muskogee speaking indians ar-
rived from the west and are thought.to be
from the Mississippian Culture. The Musko-
gee invaded and settled on Hitchiti lands. The
Hitchiti word for Muskogee was "Ochesee,"
meaning invader.
The Muskogee's would later become
known as the Creek. It is a word thought to
have originated when the English settled in
the Southeast and started trading with the
Indians.
Traders from Charlestown with their
pack horses stopped by the Ochesee Creek,
bartering with the Ipdians for deer hides.
Over time the Indians were called Ochesee
Creeks, Ochesees, and eventually Creeks.
Creeks living in South Carolina allied
themselves with the Yamasee Indians during
the Yamasee War. The defeat of the Indian
coalition forced the South Carolina Creeks
to retire westward on the Chattahoochee
River,
English traders started calling the Indi-
ans living on the Chattahoochee the "Lower
Creeks" and those on the Coosa and Tal-
lapoosa above the forks of the Alabama
River the "Upper Creeks."
Eventually all the Indian Nations living on
the Chattahoochee and Flint rivers, regard-
less of their language and ethnic background
, became known as the "Lower Creeks."
All Indians living on the Coosa and Tal-
lapoosa were called the "Upper Creeks."
However, the Engliish never labeled the Cher-
okee, Choctaw, and Chickasaw as Creek.
The problem with the English interpreta-
tion of Creek Indians was that the Yuchis,
Cowetas, Coosas, Alabamas, Shawnees,
Tuskegees, and many others still used their
Indian ethic backgrounds to define them-
selves and never considered themselves as
Lower or Upper Creeks.
This confusion caused by the term
"Creek" is still ongoing and a nightmare for
Anthropologist and Historians.
The English started settling and trading
in the southeast in the 1600s. The European
trade-goods in the southeast changed the
Indian Culture. The Europeans wanted two


things for their manufactured goods slaves
and furs, so for many years the Indians hunt-
ed two and four legged prey.
. Indian slave hunters going into Florida
practically wiped out the Florida Indians by
the 1730s; therefore, most of their revenue
came from the four legged prey, the White
Tail Deer.
- The deerskin became the symbolic dol-
lar (buck) on the frontier in the southeast.
In 1767, the Creeks sold 250,000 pounds
of deerskins, which represents just a mere
glimpse into the lucrative deerskin trade.
The main exporter of deerskins in the early
years was Charleston, South Carolina.
A thriving fur trade developed between
England and the Indians. The Indians pur-
Chased guns, powder and other trade goods
that were made in England, using deerskins
as barter.
The hides were sent to English tanner
ies and made into saddles, leggings, shoes,
gloves, harnesses, whips, breeches and
apronS.
The Indians became dependent on trade-
goods that weren't necessary prior to the
English arrival in North America. Indian de-
pendency on European trade-goods forced
the men to leave their villages for months
and travel hundreds of miles for the white-
tail deer.
Traders started giving the Indians credit,
which created more issues, because the
hunter was now forced to hunt, so-he could
pay last years' debt. Unknowingly, the Indian
had stepped into today's American culture,
buy now and pay latter.
In contrast to pre-Columbian Indians, the
Creeks were forced to hunt, so they could
purchase the now much needed trade-
goods. The time spent hunting increased as
game became scarcer, prices of manufac-
tures rose and native dependence on Euro-
pean goods intensified.
By the end of the eighteenth century, it
was customary for hunters to go off in Oc-
tober or November and return in March
or April. A hunter could spend six months
abroad deer hunting.
The Indians' dependency on European
trade-goods was a problem that we now
face with fossil fuels. No, we don't need all
the modern conveniences that the "Age of
Oil" has brought us, but life would be very
different without them. The Indian faced the
same problem. They could go back to the
old ways, but life wouldn't be the same.
There will be more Tale Tales in next
week's edition "A Walk in The Past," when
the Creeks and other Indian Nations settle in
Florida.
T 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,
fossil display of prehistoric animals that
once roamed the Glades thousands of years
ago and artifacts that reflect the heritage of
Clewiston. Our theater has a 65-seat capac-
ity and presents movies on the History of
Clewiston, Sugar Cane Harvesting, and The
Orange Industry. Come by and enjoy a 45-
minute group tour for $2 per person.


By Butch Wilson
Clewiston Museum
Large, limpid eyes searched the hidden
shadows of the woods for predators, while
alert ears and tails twitched in nervous an-
ticipation.
Sensing no threats, the restless deer herd
moved silently down a hidden trail that
passed under .green canopies of moss cov-
ered trees before eventually ending on the
fringes of a burnt and darkened forest.
Pockets of fog floated stubbornly above
the ground in grey blankets of mist, shield-
ing and hiding the lifeless landscape that was
strewn with fire ravaged trees and bushes.
The approaching deer paused momen"
tarily at the edge of the blackened waste-
land and smelled the sweet morning air for
danger, before emerging themselves into the
swirling thick clouds of watery vapor like
ghostly apparitions.
Great patches of succulent grasses rose
up from the scorched earth to greet the herd
of hungry deer:
Soon deer were spread thickly about the
charred grounds; hungrily feeding on the
tender blades of sprouting grass that sprang
up after the raging fires swept through the
forest.
The peace and .harmony of the quiet
dawn was broken by the sound of thunder
as muskets roared like hungry lions. Dozens
of deer were struck and killed instantly by
the volleys of buckshot that fell upon them
in a deadly hailstorm of lead.
Fleeing deer bounded from the hunters
entrapment, while others remained motion-
less brown silhouettes on the killing field.
Hunters cradled in the lifeless pine trees,
scurried down and hurried to their kills. Soon
skilled hands, likened tosurgeons, expertly
removed the hides from the deer, leaving the
white, cold carcasses lying shamelessly on
the dark, charred grounds-
The fresh deerskins were carried back to
camp and spread on the ground-
Excess flesh was carefully removed.from
each hide to prevent spoilage and then cov-
ered in a heavy layer of salt-
They were then stored in shelters filled
with hundreds of stacked hides.
During the 1700s, the deer in the south-
east were annually hunted and killed by
hundreds of thousands for their hides.
The carnage and waste was terrible, be-
cause the hunter sought only the hide..
This industry, which seemed like a bless-
ing to the Indians would raise its ugly head
and become a curse.
Only the old timers will remember the
Southern phrase, "Does the deer have any
doe? Yes, two bucks".
Its legacy goes back to the days when the
deer hide was the currency of the frontier.
It is time to "Take a Walk in The Past" and
read about the Creek Indians and others that
hunted the white tail deer.
In the 1540s, the Spanish explorer, Her-
nando De Soto, explored America's south-
east and encountered many different Indian
Nations.
Their naines included Yamasee, Tucka-
batchee, Hitchiti, Koasati, Alabama, Timuc-
ua, Natchez, Shawnee, Yuchi arid a hundred
more. Many of these tribes were known as


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Health briefs

?OO MemOry Screenings and
TraiHkg
The Florida Gulf Coast Chapter of the Al-
zheimer's Association is bringing to town its
fully equipped mobile office, the "Memory
Mobile," to provide FREE services to local
residents.
Visitors can obtain a free memory screen-
ing, literature related to Alzheimer's disease
and caregiver concerns, view caregiver train-
ing videos, or talk with Lisa Rodriguez, Pro-
gram Specialist, about their families' specific
needs.
In addition, Lisa will train on how to
maintain your brain and will offer tips on
how to live a "brain healthy" lifestyle.
Memory Mobile" Free Memory Screen-
ings will be held on June 8 from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. at Palm Terrace'located at 301 Gloria
Ave. in Clewiston.


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edgment letter of your thoughtfulness,
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hundreds that will be incorporated into the
architectural design of the new emergency
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zking lot, and on the surrounding cam-
This policy applies to all visitors, patients,
and staff.
"Glades General Hospital is committed to
providing a safe, clean; and healthy environ-
ment for everyone," states Brian P. Gibbons,
Jr., CHE, Administrator of Glades General
Hospital.
"We also want to help educate our com
unity about the risks and harmful effects of
tobacco use."
A team at Glades General Hospital has
been working to identify and implement
ways to ease the transition for people who
use tobacco.
"For those who may want to take this op-
portunity to quit smoking, we will expand
Our offering of smoking cessation programs
over the next few months," states Gibbons.
Glades General is offering free Quit Smok-
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The classes will be lead by Registered Re-
spiratory Therapist, Sheryl Gilman, through
a grant with the Everglades Area Health Edu-
cation Center (AHEC) and Lake Okeecho-
bee Rural Health Network (LORHN).
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Bruce tiinuny' James Ladd
PAHOKEE ---- Bruce "Jimmy" James Ladd, fa-
ther, spouse, uncle, brother and friend to many,
passed on to sit at the side of our Lord at Holly-
wood Regional Medical cen-
ter early morning May. 28,
2009.
Jimmy is a graduate of Keis-
er College and touched so
many lives as a Primary Care
Provider.
Jimmy was preceded to
Heaven by both mother, Lor-
raine Craycraft and father, Bruce James Ladd Sr.
Left behind to remember his kindness and ever-
loving heart are: Life partner, Drew Shimkus,
Bruce "Brucie" Elkins, Sisters Tina Ladd and Kar-
en Fuller, Son Adam Krohn, Uncles Art Pickett
and wife Linda, Jeff Pickett, Aunt Mary Pickett
and loved nieces and nephews.
Jimmy left too soon and is greatly missed by
all that were touched by his great spirit.
A private service to praise his memory will be
held June 6, 2009, at the Ladd/Shimkus resi-
dence in Pahokee at noon,
Don and Bethany II. StepheHSOR
MOORE HAVEN A joint memorial service
for Don and Bethany H. Stephenson will be held
at 1 p.m., Sunday, June 7, at the First United
Methodist Church of Moore Haven.
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has requested that memorials be given to Hope
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course of the summer," he continued. "He'll
do we 11 i ess, Clewiston did not throw

much, but relied on the running game of two
new tailbacks Chris Herring and Chauncey
Thicklin.
Losing the spring game is not a big deal
for Roth, as he can simply look to last year as
some inspiration.
At this very point last season, Clewiston
was blanked 31-0 by Naples at home, but
used the experience to garner a respectable
7-4 record, including wins against Glades
Day, American Heritage (Delray Beach) and
Inlet Grove. Clewiston went on to win its
fourth consecutive district championship
last year.
Summer planS
As the team heads into the summer work-
out sessions, they'll turn to Athletes Advan-
tage of Royal Palm Beach for training.
Instead of traveling Clewiston is facing
severe budget constraints at this time Ath-
letes Advantage will come to the Clewiston
Tigers Fieldhouse twice a week for about
two months.
Roth is hoping to reach at least 50 pro-
spective football players for the summer
camp program.
It's in stark contrast to last year, when 25
players went to a team camp held at the Um-
versity of Central Flonda (UCF). .
In these tough times, we just decided to
stay home and simply do what we can to
reach more kids," Roth said. .
Workouts will begin Monday, June 8, with
sessions to be held on Mondays, Wednes-
days and Thursdays.
The weight room will be open for work-
out sessions on those specified days from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m.
The schedule is expected to convene
through the first week of August.
Pahokee 14, Boyd-Anderson 13:
De'Joshua Johnson scored both of the Blue
Devils touchdown in their May 29 spring
game win.
The wide receiver/quarterback, who was
not impressed overall with his team's perfor-
mance, ran for a 4-yard score in the first half
to put Pahokee up 7-0.
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son in the fourth quarter.
Pahokee went up 14-7 at that point be-
fore Boyd Anderson came back with yet an-
other score. Fortunately forte Blue Devils,
they escaped with a one-point victory after
Boyd Anderson missed an extra pomt, which
would have tied the game up.
Raheam Buxton, who lined up at safety,
recorded a interception after picking off
Boyd Anderson's first pass of the game.
The game was played at Lockhart Sta-
dium in Fort Lauderdale.
Miami Central34, Glades Central 12:
The Rockets turned the tables on the Raiders
in their spring game rematch.
Simply put, Miami Central was not going
to allow Glades Central to score 54 points or
more this time.
Miami Central lost 54-46 to Glades Cen-
tral last year at-Effie C. Grear Field in Belle,
Glade.
Up 12-7 at halftime Glades Central wide-
out Kelvin Benjamin (seven catches, 117
yards) scored two touchdowns the Raiders
run defense allowed 27 unanswered pomts
in t se o nhtr running back Brandon
Gairier (230 total rush yards, 23 carries, 10.0
yards per rush average) scored three of the
Rockets four second half touchdowns, in-
cluding a 4-yard score to give them their first
lead in the third quarter.
Glades Central's secondary picked off Mi-
ami Central quarterback Jeff Godfrey three
times.
However, Godfrey did manage to throw
for 329 yards on 20-for-28 passing with two
touchdowns.
Glades Central's Carlton Lewis threw
both touchdowns to Benjamin in the first
half.
The Raiders offense was slowed in the
second half, as they registered just 72 total
yards.
This year's game was played at Traz Pow-
ell Stadium in Miami, where Glades Central
has lost two consecutive games.
The Raiders lost their 2007 spring game
to Miami Northwestern, 35-21.
StatY Writer Naji Tobhas carr be reached at nto-
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OUt ill Spring game rematch;
Pahokee wins by one point

By Naji Tobias
INI Florida
CLEWISTON Joe Roth is not too wor-
ried about how his football team performed
against Palm Beach Lakes.
Though the Clewiston Tigers were
rammed by Lakes, 27-0, in the May 30 spring
game, Roth knows what he's working with. .
The Rams scored three times in the first
half, including a 65-yard touchdown pass
the Clewiston secondary allowed with just
30 seconds left in the second quarter.
The Clewiston head coach alludes the big
play to a breakdown in coverage, something
he believes will be worked on in time for the
regular season.
A slew of crucial defensive penalties in
the first quarter two pass interference calls
andapersonalfoul-helpedleadtheRamsto
its first score of the game. Palm Beach Lakes
took a 20-0 halftime lead at Cane Field.
"First of all, Palm Beach Lakes is a very
good football team," Roth said of the Class
6A program. "I think they'll have a great sea-
son this year."
On the bright side for Clewiston, some
underclassmen did emerge as potential stars
for the 2009 season. Damian Smith, a safety,
picked off a Palm Beach Lakes pass m the
second half.
Clewiston recovered two fumbles in the
second half as well, including one from
linebacker Dillon Irey. The Tigers suited 42
players, but several of those who stepped
on the field had to play both on offense and
defense.
"We have some skill position players that
just started playing varsity football for us,"
Roth said. "Defensively, we didn't play badly.
We just gave up big plays," he continued.
The offense could not get going, how-
ever, as Andres Rios, Clewiston's new start-
ing quarterback, threw a interception in the
game. It's interesting to note that the pick
was oil a third-and-long play that the coach-
es told Rios to simply take a chance on.
"It's tough to be a quarterbackifyou didn't
play last year," Roth said of Rios. "We're
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When disasters occur, federal, state, and
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By Glenda Wilson
On May 26, Dr. Esther Levin, a cardi-
ologist at Hendry Regional Medical Center,
opened the doors of her new office to meet
and greet the community.
The open house was sponsored by the
Clewiston Chamber of Commerce and the
local hospital.
Even though the weather was stormy, the
crowed wasn't deterred, as they came with
their umbrellas overhead to meet Dr. Levin.
.
Mercedes Vary, President of the Clewiston
Chamber of Commerce, introduced her to
the guests.
Dr. Levin greeted everyone and chuckled
as she said, "I would like to welcome you
to Henry Regional Cardiology, although
it might not be the most appropriate place
that you'd like to be."
Arriving in Clewiston over four years ago,
Dr. Levin first began practicitig at the Hendry
Family Care Center and just recently moved
to 532 West Sagamore Ave., building C (ad-
jacent to the hospital), now known as Hen-
dry Regional Cardiology.
The hospital relocated Dr. Levin to this
building, so.that most of the patient's cardi-
ac procedures now can be performed right
on site
Every Tuesday, Dr. Levin attends to pa-


tents in clewiston con-
ducting nuclear stress
tests, patient consulta-
tions, holder monitonng,
Coumadin therapy, elec-
trocardiograms (EKG's),
and much more.
On the days that Dr.

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registered nurse practi-
tioner, is available.
Ms. Boykin is Dr.
Levin's link to the com-
munity.
Long travels and
expenses to the coast
for cardiac care can be
reduced by visiting Dr.
Levin's office, since pa-
tients may receive many
forms of cardiac ser-
vices, right at their back
door.
Dr. Levin not only
excels at caring for the
heart, but she also has a
'caring heart.
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low Jesus." Kindergarten and Primary Classes will
be studying "The Life Of Christ" in 13 segments that
cover Christ's life from Birth through His ascension.
The Third Grade through High School Classes
will be studying two different studies "Becoming A
Christian" and "Sharing Your Faith.
The Staff of this year's school include: Jackie
Miller, Director; Bobby Miller, Assistant; Heather Gid-
dens, Sec.-'Iteas.; Linda Lyvers and Ellen Belk, Kitch-
en Supervisors; Kindergarten, Mary Faith Barton and
Lois Brinn; Primary, Ruth Ann Hughes and Jeanie
Perkins; Middler, Judith French and Jean Rush; Ju-
nior, Stan & Heather Giddens; Teens, Joe and Mary
Ann Payne.
The Annual VB.S. Picnic will be held June 12, 5
p.m. and the Closing Program will be June 14, 10
a.m. To register for this year's school or for further
information you may call 863-983-1804.
Clewiston Church of Christ Service
Times
The Clewiston Church of Christ would like to an-
pounce their regular service times to the public and
invite anyone interested in attending.
Sunday Bible Class will begin at 10 a.m.; Sunday
Worship begins at 11 a.m.; Sunday Evening Worship
will start at 6 p.m., and Wednesday Bible Study starts
at 7 p.m.
The Clewiston Church of Christ is located at 336
Central Ave in Clewiston. For further information
please call 863-902-8822.


will be as followed: 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. music;
3 p.m. to 4 p.m. lessons/crafts; 4 p.m. to 5
p.m. Physical Fitness. Iglesia Vida Nueva is
located at 217 East Aztec Ave in Clewiston.
For more information please call. 863-983-
1070. .
Food Bank at Iglesia Vida Nueva
Everyone hits hard times at some point.
To ease the crisis a small food bank is open
at Iglesia Vida Nueva on Sundays from 10
a.m. to 12 p.m. Restrictions apply. Iglesia
Vida Nueva is located at 217 East Aztec Ave
in Clewiston. For more information please
call 863-983-1070.
Services Times at Iglesia Vida Nue-
va
Sunday services will be 11 a.m. V.I.D.A
Kids 4-10; VI.D.A Teens 12-18 celebration
services will begin at.6 p.m. Monday servic-
es begin at 7 p.m. C4 Youth Group for ages
12-18. Wednesday prayer and bible study
services will begin at 7 p.m., Friday prayer
and bible study will also begin at 7 p.m.
Vacation Bible School at First Chris-
tian
First Christian Church, 201 N. Francisco St., will
be conducting Vacation Bible School June 7-12,
from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The school is for all ages 4
through High School.
The theme of this year's school is "Come Fol-


School
Calling all children! If you don't attend Sunday
School, come over and give us a try. .
Bible study, games, activities, crafts and snacks.
We have lots of things planned for the summer and
fall. Come out and be part of the fun! If you need
more information or transportation call Brenda at
863-946 3731.
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 Saturdays from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m., all things are given for a donation, this is to
help for expenses 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
& Hand Ministries of Palmdale, if you would like to
help us call 863-612-0640, if no answer leave mes-
sage, God bless you.

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Iglesia Vida Nueva Camp (New Life
Church)
New life gym Free community gym, will
give the youth an alternative to being out in
the streets. Summer Camp will be offered for
ages 12 and up, adults are welcome. Camp
will be held from June 16 every Tuesday un-
til July 28 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Schedule


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Cowboy Church
On Thursday, June 11 Cowboy Church of Palm-
dale will have food and fellowship beginning at 6
p.m. and gospel music at 7 p.m.Frank Woodham
will be preaching the word of God this month. Frank
Is the pastor at the Church of God of Prophecy of
Moore Haven. Come and listen Cowboy Church is
located on the corner of 5th and Main at the Palm-
dale Community Building.

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Thank you
New Hope Baptist Church would like to
give a big thank you to everyone who came
out and supported our yard and bake sale
on Saturday, May 30. Your prayers and sup-
port was greatly appreciated.
School Bash and Family Day
New Hope Baptist Church of Moore Haven Ms.
Brenda's Sunday School Class will be hosting end
of School Bash and Family Day at Moore Haven City
Park Saturday, June 6 starting at 10 a.m.
There will be games, food and special treats.
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3731. If you don't attend Sunday School please come
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LaBelle Program Center 6/08 thru 8/07 11:15a.m. 12:15p.m.
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Montura Recreation Center 6/08 thru 8/07 11:30a.m. 12:15p.m.
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****Please note that serving times and dates are subject to change****
No meals will be served on July 3, 2009 in observance of the Holiday. Sites are open Monday through Friday except
for the noted locations.
Lunches will be served in conjunction with Summer School and Recreation program Schedules. For moreinforma-
tion about providing lunches at additional sites or learn exact serving times please call the Hendry County School
Board Food Service Department Office at (863) 674-4113.
"In accordance with Federal law, and US Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from dis-
criminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination
write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call
(800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer."
Hendry County School District is an equal opportunity institution for education and employment.
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e nuJ 4 2009


The students and staff of Pioneer Park
Elementary celebrated the completion of
our school-wide thematic unit. Each class
in the school learned about one of our fifty
states and prepared presentations to share
with other classes at the school. As the cul-
minating activity, classes were transformed

so "fieofdhtee at r hxi d nutrthe
eled from state to state via PIoneer Park
Flight 2371 and learned interesting facts as
ar d ta ntsavTI r cuhdu
and decorated bulletin boards about the
state studied. They also had the opportunity
to participate in creative hands-on activities


and sample food that is popular to particular
statesontheirjourney.Thecommitteewould
like to thank the teachers who worked so
hard to make this event a huge success and
learning experience for the students. Addi-
tionally, we would like to thank the Beacon
Center and Palrn Beach Community College

spf esn n xus hedhitsh
ney with their children. We would also like

st t ri i incpalRe RMa af rndiat
leadership. Not only was this event a huge
success, it was avery positive learning expe-
rience and the students enjoyed the event.


Pahokee Elementary School's 2008-2009
Yearbook has been on sale since Thursday,
May 14. The cost of the yearbook is $28. We
have a limited number of books ordered, SO
-
we are asking each family that is interested
in purchasing yearbook to do so before the
deadline. If you have any questions, please
contact Ms. Orduna or Mrs. Harper.
Uniform Dress Code for 2009-2010
Please be aware that Pahokee Elemen-
tary School Advisory Committee agreed
that ALL students, Pre-Kindergarten through
sixth-grade, should follow a uniformed
dress code for the 2009-2010 school year.
A sample flyer has been published by the
school for specific information. Boys and
girls can wear only white, red and navy blue
solid-colored shirt with sleeves and a collar.
They may wear uniform pants, shorts, skirts
or sorts in khaki or blue. Tennis shoes and
closed in shoes are appropriate. No jeans,
slides, sandals or clear slippers will be per.
emitted. A copy of this plan will be sent home
with the student's report card on the last day
of school. Should you have any questions or
concerns, please contact Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs.
Chick or Ms. Barbieri at 561-924-9700.

Glades Central High School '
AdvancedPlacementSummerInsti.
tute
The Advanced Placement Summer Insti-
tute will be Monday, June 8 through Friday,
June 19 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The institute
is open to all incoming freshmen and cur-
rent 9th 11th-graders. Registration is now
open until June 8.. Contact Mrs. Moore at
561-993-4403 for.more information.
Camp opportunities
Glades Central will offer two camp op-
portunities to incoming 9th graders and
returning 10th 12th graders. Camp dateS
are Monday, June 8 Friday, June 19. Camp
hotirs are 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Transportation
is provided ori a first come, first serve basiS.
For additional information or a registration
form, contact Angela Moore at 561-993-
1935


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R nwald El m ntaOSe 6 6 Ty
School
Open Airways CIRSS
Students with asthma at Rosenwald El-
ementary participated in the Open Airways
Class with Nurse Carolyn. All materials and
Curriculum were provided by the American
Lung Association. Topics covered included:
Basic information and feelings about having
asthma, managirig asthma symptoms, Find-
ing and controlling asthma triggers and how
to stay calm during an asthma attack.
Special Thanks
Special thanks to Mr. Golson and Ms. Sha-
ron Johnson for attending the District Math
and Science Fair with the student partici-
pants.from Rosenwald Elementary School.
Job Well Done!
Outstanding Job on FCAT Writes .
Congratulations to the Fourth Grade Stu-
dents for an Outstanding Job ort.the FCAT
Writes and to the entire Fourth Grade Team
your hard work really paid off great job.
From the Rosenwald Family and the entire
South Bay Community!
School Tours available upon re-
quest!
-Please call the school at 561-993-8900
FOr more-information. Ori Thursday May 28,
2008 Rosenwald Elementaty School hosted
its Volunteers and Business Partners Lun-
cheon in the school media center. A special
thanks to the Foster Grandparents for your
hard work and dedication to the students at
Rosenwald Elementary School. Annie Wil-
liams, Annie Woods, Dorothy Brown, Julia
Mann, Eunice West, Fannie Johnson, Adelina
Figueroa, Bernice Jackson, Kenneth Nelson.
Rosenwald Elementary School Business
Partners: City of South Bay, Wellington H.S.
Everglades Research, PBSO, Back to Basics,
PBCSD, Boys and Girls Club, Street Beat.
School Crossing Guard-Lula Mae White.

Pallokee Elementary School
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The Re lar Meeti Of The
gu ng
Glades County School Board
Scheduled For June 11, 2009 Has
Been Re-Scheduled For Monday,
June 8, 2009 At 6:00 p.m.
In The Glades County School
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Event to Benefit Hou'sing,
Healthcare and Social
Services Agency Serving
Local ResidentS
Belle Glade NOAH (Neighbors Orga-
nized for Adequate Housing, Inc.) is bring-
ing a golf tournament to Belle Glade to help
raise awareness of the area's assets and
neeTd 4-man scramble tournament is
scheduled for May 30 at the Sugar Cane
Golf Club, 2619 West Canal Street N in Belle
Glade, and NOAH hopes to attract at least
40 golfers from throughout South Florida.
The tournament is planned to benefit NOAH
programs, which serves residents in the
Glades with housing, childcare, mentoring/
education, healthcare and other social ser-
vices. But according to board member and
tournament organizer Anthony Jones, the
first tournament effort will focus on build-
ing an annual event that golfers will want to
return to year after year.
"It's not necessarily about making money
right now, but about putting ourselves out
there," Jones said.
It also is an opportunity to promote the
Glades golf course and the area in gener-
al. While most of the golfers will be local,
Jones is working with golf enthusiasts in Ri-
vera Beach, West Palm Beach and Broward
County. He also hopes to get black golfing
clubs on the coast to put the NOAH tourna-
ment on their annual calendars.
Jones is an avid golfer and believes other
enthusiasts will be pleased with the Belle


golf contests like closest to the pin and lon-
gest drive. Current sponsors are Dr. J. Otis
Smith, Stand-by-Systems, Inc., Philadelphia;
Thomas A. Roberts, II Attorney; Michael J.
Doesh, 13th Hole & Team Membership; Le-
norris G. Wilson, LGW Cleaning, 9th Hole;
Robert R. Morris, Attorney; Laura Jackson
and family; Norman Harrison; and Thomas
J. Montgomery, Esq.
Cost for participating in the tournament
is $60. For more information, call NOAH
offices at 561-996-2300 and ask for Cheryl
Tomlin.


Glade course. Some of the out-of-town
people he is recruiting have played at the
course and have given it favorable reviews.
For more information about the course, visit
www.sugarcanegolfclub.com.
"We'recommunity-basedhereandthat's
what we want to do," Jones said. "The only
way it's going to get better is to keep getting
people to come play."-
NOAH's golf tournament committee is
actively seeking sponsors at all levels with
sponsorship opportunities beginning as low
as $100. The event will include traditional
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the main office at 561-993-4400.

FIRRS working for Children's
Week at re-schools
Come out and join the Children's Week
planning committee.
All Child Care and Early Childhood pro-
viders of pre-school children are invited to
attend.
Sponsored by ,Glades 2008 Children's
Week Planning Committee.
For more information, please contact Au-
trie M. Williams at PEPPI 561-996-1718.

ECMHSP looking for
VOkBte6FS
East Coast Migrant .Head Start Project
(ECMHI) is looking for volunteers-
If you can donate a few hours of your
time, the perfect opportunity might exist for
you-
Opportunities to serve are endless and
include office support, kitchen assistance,
classroom assistance and much more.
Volunteers are needed Monday Friday
from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Please call Erica at 561-996-2232 for more
information on how to be a part of this ex-
cellent and meaningful experience.


IIOUSIBg PRYiROTShip Mentor
CORier
The Housing Partnership Mentor Center
. is currently recruiting mentors on going for
children ages 5 to 12, at Pahokee Elementary
School. Two hours a week or when you can.
Lend a hand and be a Mentor. We can be
contacted at 561-924-2070 or 561-985-0906
and for ask for Cynthia McMillan /Program
Coordinator. We are located at 560 East
Main Place Pahokee Elementary Portable
number 4.

-YOHill Afterschool Mentoring
ProgramS
The Cayenant Villas Youth Enrichment
Program is a group of mentoring programs
held after school to serve youths between
the ages of 8 18 years old.
These programs are geared to assisting
youths that are having problems at home,
school, and those that are at risk of dropping
out.
The.programs assist youths with their
home\ .uk sel-image, anger management
and lob readiness skills:
Our programs also help youths that are
transitioning from childhood to adolescence
to avoid things such as; drug usage, gang


participation, and violence.
We are currently seeking mentors that
want to make a positive difference by con-
tr ing one hour of their time once a
*
For more information on how to become
a mentor, contact Jeanette Keaton-Plair or
Sherry Buxton at 561-992-8258 or 561-983-
5541.

Financial Aid help available
10 IOCRI StudentS
Do you need help understanding the col-
lege Financial Aid paper work, the NCAA
Eligibility Calculator, Community Service
Opportunities, or how to get college schol-
arships?
This year Community Service Seminars
will be offered at Glades Central on regu-
lar basis for all interested parties including
high school students, athletes, parents, and
guardians on regular basis to keep you in-
fomied.
Listen for the announcement at school,
on WSWN, in the Glades Central Newsletter
or in future editions of The Sun.
Feel free to call Dr. Cheryl Smith-Broyvn
at 561-993-4404 if you have any questions or
concerns.
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any special pet products or medicine that
they may need.
7. Check on your elderly- neighbors to
make sure they understand and have a place
to go,
8. Check your battery tolerated radio and
flash lights now.
9. If you have a generator please remem-
ber that it should not be in your home, ga-
rage or near any ventilation that may re-enter
your home. This can be deadly if not.prop-
erly installed and does not have adequate
ventilation.
10. If you -or a family member my need
special care and need to be considered for
a Special Needs Shelter please contact us at


863-612-4701 (Hendry County) & 863-946-
6020 (Glades County) for an application. A
day or two before the storm is not enough
time for the approval procedures. It must
be approved through Department Of Health
and.you must have a care giver with you.
11. Consider that dunng an evacua-
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water, clothing, bedding, personal hygiene
products, medication, toys for the children,
games for your family medication, as well as
Other comforting supplies and needs. There
is not much privacy in a shelter and most
shelters do not have a shower facility. This is
why it is great to have a family plan.


nearby. Florida Hurricane Preparedness
Week will be held in tandem with the na-
tional outreach initiative. For more informa-
tion go to: http://www.nhe.noaa.gov/HAW2/
english/intro.shtml.
The 2009 Atlantic Murricane Season runs
from June 1 through November 30, 2009. To
develop your personalized family or busi-
ness disaster plan, go to: www.FloridaDi-
saster.org. All students, teachers and parents
carr find educational information and free
downloadable materials at: www.KidsGetA-
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and flash reports go to: www.YouTube.com/
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Here are a few safety tips to consider:
1. Please get a family and/or business
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2. Check with your family, friends and
neighbors and help them develop a plan if
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3. Have an out of town and/or state con-
tact so that in the event you get separated
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and money in the event a storm is coming,
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when a storm is heading our way, especially
water,
6. Make sure you have a pet plan and
know what hotels will allow pets in the
everit of an evacuation or where you may
board them for a storm. Make sure you have


Governor Charlie Crist is urging all Florid-
ians to prepare for the 2009 Atlantic Hurri-
cane Season that begins June 1.
This year, state, local and federal officials
will be engaged in numerous-outreach and
training activities throughout the week and
beyond.."This week the State Team and
partners will replay the Great Miami Hur-
ricane of 1926 that made landfall in South
Florida, exited near Fort Myers, and then hit
the western Panhandle," said Interim State
Emergency Management Director Ruben D.
Almaguer. "As we are preparing our team;
now is the time for all who call the Sunshine
State home to get a plan and get ready for
the season too." *
'Hurricane Suiter' is the 2009 version of
the Great Miami Hurricane of 1926 that will
challenge disaster response and recovery
teams in the State EOC beginning Thursday,
-May 28 as part of the annual statewide hur-
ricane exercise. This year, state, federal and
local partners will be testing catastrophic
plans and operations through June 3, with
additional training events during the month
of June.
The 2009 National Hurricane Survival
Initiative will launch the annual hurricane-
safety campaign with a media event hosted
by the International Hurricane Research
Center, located on the campus of Florida
International University (FIU), in Miami on
Thursday, May 28 beginning at 10 a.m. In-
terim Director Almaguer will join federal
and local officials to help get the prepared-
ness message out to the state's 18 million
residents as well as coastal residents nation-
ally. For more information go to: www.hur-
ricanesafety.org. Residents should consult
their local emergency management agency
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w/florida room $160 lot
rent $2500/neg, CHEVROLET 2004 -
New 2br/2bath double- (863)261-3064 Cavalier 121k miles ex-
wide located in 55 yrs ENCOUNTER BY EN- excellent condition
or older gated commu- COUNTER 36' 1984 $4500. (863)381-7251
a con rO InmMo e 36' Motorhome, CHEVROLET CAPRIEC
with carport and she needs work. Dual CLASSIC 1986 run
C8 13) 673-K4e3nn5y at t s P COe2 Teart (8c63 22081003 2best
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2 & 3 Bedrooms (863)673-5146 CLASSIC 1986 run
$400 mo. for 1st 3 mos. FORETRAVEL RV 1983 great & ac $3000.
(863)983-3554 Runs sleeps 4 livable (863)201-3492
need TLC or parts/trade CHEVROLET CAVA-
$2000. (863)990-4714 LIERS 10998 Must Sell.
AH Homes0n Salen WINNEBAGO ITASCA 707-1235 neg .
Take Advanta of" 1989 21' motorhome.
FREE Gov't $$$ New tires, paint, awn- CHEVROLET COR-

Po 0 ( 6 7 5 mtmatc g n7E e3 189 4 -$ 2R5
(863)983-8106 CHEVY CAVALIER '02 -
(800)330-8106 4dr, auto, a/c, pw, pl,
BANK REPO'S cd, gas saver, extra
MOVE TO YOUR LAND '97 MERC 200 EFI sht clean car. $3495
Mobile Home Angels shaft w/controls SS 561 253-4299 or
561-721-2230 prop, low hrs, fresh wtr 941 809-8666
FLEETWOOD MOBILE $2700.-(3(15)394-4986 FORD ESCORT '1996 -
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HOME MOVERS 4 HP Outboard 1985 4 FORD EXPLORER
*Move, Set-up, HP Evinrude Outboard, 1997 Very clean, runs
& Demo Run good, good shape ood, fully loaded
Competitive Rates $200. (239)340-4739 2000. (985)233-6163
*Licensed & Bonded 4 HP Outboard 1985 4 3EEP COMMANCHEE
(561)615-5810 HP Evinrude Outboard, 1987 RUNS GOOD
(561)729-5044 cell Run good, good shape 4-SPEED $1700/firm.
PALM HARBOR $200. (239)340-4739 (863)324-3327
Int3ro2d el uAns ePd ut rk
$299/mo wac. On Your Lot $500. (863)983-2890
100 olde8s0t c6h senfr B OK1996Z eW er MITSUBISHI LANCER
Used 2+2 Zone 2 00. ( d3)90con9d tdn. m 3$38MOPO orR st
Good for Glades CountY offer. (863)801-6153
New Roof/Gmat Shape HONDA SHADOW
$13K Where Is 1100VT 1994 Excel- NISSAN 300ZX 1987 -
800-330-8106 lent condition, low Runs but needs tk,
miles. Extras. Runs per- have 1988 for parts
We Move Mobile fect. $3500. $2000. (863)763-6879
Homes and Sheds. (239)634-3135
28+ Years Exp.
Family Owned When doing those chores *
& Operated. is doing you in, it's time
800-330-8106 to look for a helper in CHEVY P/U '51, 80%
the declassified. Complete w/350 Came-
ra eng, & Trans. $3500
YAMAHA V-STAR 650 neg. (863)801-9136
1998 new clutch 58K
mis runs good $1900.
(863)634-0771
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BASS TRACKER 17ft, (863)228-5789 brakes & a/c, loaded,
14hp Johnson with ac- looks & runs great
esror 6s3)23208000903ribest HSOeNed A 10 rt os 561)25 099-8666
KAYAK 2 man, sit on n d. needs batterymf 3EEP WRANGLER
top, by Pelican 129, e to work but it has a 1989 Sahara, 4.2L,
$375. (863)675-0300 pu start. $500/or best lifted, 5s custom parts
LaBelle offer. (863)983-6931 $5000. ( 63)63+2131


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for $12,000 w/owner fl.
dancing & $2000 down,
quick closing.
(561)685-3168
CLEWISTON 2BR/1BA,
C/a, no pets, $650 mo*
+ $450 dep*
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homebuyers, $160,000.
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For rentto d00% re t
3 Immediate opccupan-
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ome for Rent* Lake
arbor 3bd 1 1/2ba
screened porch $650
r mo, 561-635-8478


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2br/1 be corner lot
$500 per mo.
561-635-8478
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SOFA & LOVESEAT ANGLE GRINDER -
beige pattern $50 ELECTRIC VIOLIN Craftsman 4 1/2",
(863)675-2392 Fender, 4/4 case, strap Brand New. $35.
$ 4 0 0 / neg (561)573-3499
SOFA/SLEEPER FULL (863)447-0276
size pink $100/or DRILL & Saw Combo -
best offer. Craftsman, 18V Batter-
(863)697-6618 ^ * ^ i( 1)573-M3 9 $75.
TWO PIECE L shape DOG Free to Day-Rider
sofa Bassett carmel 4yo Catahoula X -gyp GARDEN ROTO TILLER
color nice $400/neg. not yet used on cattle Front Tiller, 5 hp.
(863)902-9469 should make a good $250 or best offer.
one leave message $0. (863)599-8286
(863)763-8880 GENERATOR Briggs &
FISH TANK 50 gal. Stratton, 5500 watts,

12dAU3GilEO 23dl 5 best incl "C v8 3 0255060
$1275. (2390y936-0747 (239)675-0251 POWER PAINT SPRAY.
9MM Beretta 92FS FREE KITTENS Long ER $250 or best offer.
50rds fired, hi- hair tigers, very cute! (863)599-8286
cap.mags $525. $0. (863)801-9780 ,
(239)936-0747 Ki "
AK-47 UNDERFOLDER F E MAN8X3)610e 44 .Games only (6) for 360
WITH- CASE AMMO (863)357-6959 Good shape. $110
&ACCES. $1500. (863)634-2790 anytime
(941)769-1367 KITFENS free to good

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$750. (863)447-9515 KITTENS FREE ALFALFA HAY Nice,
M1A BUSH RIFLE WITH Adorable calico, tiger & 80 LB Bales. $12 ea. Also
CASE 308 AMMO &5 white OKEECHOBEE* Alfalfa Orchard & Timothy
20RD MAGS $2950, View kittens Online @ Mixed. (863)697-3679
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MOSSBERG 535 12 seo 3-612-5037 a 900/or best offer.
auge Pistol grip Adj (863)763-0277
uttstock camo $500. WELSH PONY Saddle
(863)673-1984 & 2 Saddle Pads Includ-
REMINGTON 22/250 ed. Very good w/chil-
With Bull Barrel, 6x15 dren. $1050 CRAFTSMAN 42 in Rid-
scoT, $650 863-673-5159 ing Mower Good con-
S i6th4674i9 s0son 40 OR E sm P& b auti- (30 2m
cal, auto & Ruger 45 ful, $400 each.
is ( 1 7409900 (863)983-1046 CRAFTSMAN eSELF po@
*Wanted* Handgun peed 97-9204 $80-
All types.Cash. 63)6
863-697-6095 RICCAR Model DUAL WHEEL Ulitity
REC5900 w 2-drawer Trailer used 8'xi2'
open leaf sewing table. 3600 axie $2000.

M $375. (239)275-6942 (863)675-6432
LAWN TRACTOR -
CRAFTSMAN 15HP
GOLDS GYM w/ bench $850. (863)467-1358
& weights $400.00 SEARS NORDITRAC El-
/elliptical $100. liptical machine Excel- NEW PUSH MOWER 6.0
(863)697-1247 lent condition. $325. HP 3 IN ONE 22"CUT
(863)6345038 MODEL#22265X83
m- e NEW MURRAY 6.0 HP
TRE M73LOL R CONVERTIBLE 22" CUT
ELECTRONIC CIGAR- ,3 IN ONE,6.0 BRIGGS
EffE smoking alter- details. $400/neg AERO M 0 DEL
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rtes 4 s. Pr COe RECO S call 124 fco PUSH MOCWER R s
(239) $5/or best offer. (863)801-1683
MICKEY THOMPSON (863)675-7878
tires 37x1350x17 8 RIDING MOWER Mur-
( 63)763-5147 $900. cn "dut, 1340HOP, go
WATER TANKS TICKETS (2) Orlan- 863-357-0256
medium size, $15 )will "do/Daytona have to SNAPPER 30" rider -
sell separately. be 2 years of age 4 r old exce.cond $500.
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SIDE 3BR/1BA, family
4mh pBo si lecwr e
new roof, wood floors
$150,000 or make offer
Call 863-885-1718
a 1

room, plus extra 1/2 lot,
Ig. front sitting room,
frame, priced to sell,
owners will consider all
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homebuyers. $54,900,
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Pahokee 3BR/1BA,

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Anabel Miranda (363)??8 6296 Esp..nd
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*Corner lot in Lake Placid. Reduced $79,900
*5 Acres Wooded Lot in La Deca $7s.ooo
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*Vacant Residential Lot on Cent Ave. Asking $28.5K
*Rancho Palmas immaculate Retreat off Hwy 27. 7.5 Acres
with Palm tree nursery and 2BD/2BA Guest house. $750K
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3.'2 pool wa D.-1 Aqua Rd 144.000
5155.90lli RENTALS
3 .*.,rh Den Barberry 1250K Call for A.miable R,.r.tals
MOBILE HOMES VACANT LAND
3 2 DWAll-1 ..rh ag pool IA anture I 2-y acre Irrs
E. ercane Rd Reduced 5165K asadable Call for truer.gs
3/2 5WMH Monrura 555K 27 5 acres Paraneer 5245K
3/2 DWMH on lake Aller, 11 Mar.Iura lcas 59900 each
Pd 5120 000 frlooreHa.ea 5 loss 575K
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Bas: Cap.ial 2 2 For Pent
3 2 Hookers Po.ni 585K
27 I c..,rtage on 3 68 acres
PB Cot.nry 51-19 000
3 ?. 2 wash pool and gue:1
house 5245 000
3, 2 warb pool on R.dge I 3
acre lor 5299000
2/2 E venera Ave 585?
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IN THE CIRCUS NO NRT FR LFI EC OU CIA OCIdDUIT OF FLORIDA,
CASE NO. 2008-CA-031975

On f AFLO D MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, a water management district organized and exIsting under the
Plaintift
E STATE OF FLORIDA AND THE TAXPAYERS PROPERTY OWNERS AND COZENS WITHIN THE 3URI5DICTION
OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DI5fRICT, INCLUDING NONRESIDENT OWNING PROPERTY OR
S ECTFTOARTnWP NTH N DAND RMN MANY RI H IN THE CERTIFI-
Defendants.
ORDER CONTINUING THE ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE HEARING
TO. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AND THE TAXPAYERS, PROPERTY OWNERS AND CITIZENS WITHIN THE
JURISDICTION OF THE SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, INCLUDING NONRESI-
DENTS OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT TO TAXATION THEREIN AND OTHERS CLAIMING ANY
RIGHTS, TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION HEREIN DESCRIBED, OR TO
BE AFFECTED IN ANY WAY THEREBY.
Plaintl SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT (the "District2 having filed its Omplaint for Valida-
tion, Sup ement to Complaint and Second S element to Complaint for Vall ation against the State of Florida, and

ta n nt e

a ne f nr to fsea 0 Se ad ad FI d f R

tae Corpea r a n d d nmasat c n an eoth e
fo ese p vikd gdfun of financed lta d refin cn I ca i p p s nd works
orida Statutes to be stated by said Comolaint Supplement to Complaint and Exhibits and he Secoan Supplement
to Complaint are contained there and that the Plaintiff prays that this Court issue an order as directed by said
Cha r 75, and the Court beln advised in the premises:
N THEREFORE, IT IS OR D, that the state of Florida, and the several mperty owners, is and dti-
zens o Palm Beach County Broward County, Charlotte County, Collier County, Gades County, H High-
lands County, Lee County, Martin County, Miami-Dade County, Monme County, Okeechobee Cou unty,
Osanora County, Polk County and St. Lude County, induding non-residents owning property or s ect to taxation
therein and all others having or claiming any ri ht, title or interest in property to be affected in any way by the issu-
an ofit COPso in dO : .m ia the me TNrtyMOumrthme d xle H hd HR
11-B, West Palm Beac Florida 33401, and show muse whyshmeldra rs of the Compdlaint for Validatio Supple-
men ocConm dew dSTt ehe p id Omplain adu plamenA a la tash ot
i validated and confirmed as therein prayed.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that prior to the date set for the hearing on said Complaint for Validation, Supplement
to Com aint and Second Supplement to Com aint for Validation the Clerk of this hurt shall cause a copy of this


o t n S al ,

waIll hunty, Charlotte County, Collier County, Glaine County, Hendry County, lands Coun Lee County Mar-
tin County, Miami-Dade County, Monroe County, Okeechobee County, Ordnge County Osceola unty, Polk Sunty
and St. Lucie County, inducing non-residents owning property or subject to taxation therein and all owners having or
damming any right, title or interest in property to be affected by the issuance of the COPs herein described or to be
affected in any way theleby, be and they are made parties defendant to this proceeding, and that this Court shall
have jurisdiction of them to the same extent as if named as defendants in said Complaint and Supplement to Com-
plaint and personally served with process in this cause.
DONE AND ORDERED at the courthouse in West Palm Beach, Florida, this 15th day of May, 2009.
Donald W. Hafele, Grcuit Court Judge
321732 ON 5/27;6/3 CGS 5/28;6/4/09


REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR
CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION AND QA TESTING SERVICES
ASSOMOTEDD Rd9 I CT R URCH

RFQ.No.2009-29
OPENING DATE: June 17, 2009 at 2:00 p.m.
Hendry County is seeking engineering firms interested in providing pro-
tessional services in connection with the construction or a sidewalk on SR
29 from Church Road to CR 830A. Firms submitting must have expertise in
construction administration, quality assurance testing, and compliance with
the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and any other require-
ments that FDOT may impose in the LAP Agreement. Proposes shall have
all services available in-house or may p e multIple arms which have
joined together to provide the various re disciplinary services in order
to offer a complete submission. Indivi als and firms properly r Istered
in the State of Florida are encouraged to submit their qualifications r con-
WAII bm s ee Part Sb issiCosu of
tee. In order to be considered ,esubmittals must be received the Board

of
A copy of the Instructions and RDocuments can be obtained from the

oLa e F d325 ( ad
uponpSuest;of ecvereHtensde t u atill not guarantee the accuracy or
The solIcitation does not commit Hendry County to award an contracts,
to pay any costs inculted in the preparation of a response to is RFQ, or
to contract for any services. The County reserves the right to re ect any or
all submittals received as a result of this solidtation, or to cance in part or
In its entirety this RFQ, if it is In the best Interest of the County to do so.
Hendly County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks
Minority and Disadvantaged Business Enterpnse participation.
Board of County Commissioners
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FAIR HOUSING MEANS:
NO ONE MAY BE DENIED HOUSING ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, RE-
GION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN, FAMILIAL OR HANDICAP STAT-

THROUGH THE ACTIONS AND PROGRAMS OF ITS COMMUNITY DEVELOP-
MENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the Clewiston Planning and Zoning Board will
meet at 5:30 p.m..on Monday, 3une 8, 2009 in the Commission Chambers
at City Hall, 115 W Ventura Avenue. Included in the agenda will be the
following request:
1) A request from Johnson, Johnson & Crabtree Architects, P.C. for a de-
velopment application to build a new emergency room wing addition to
the medical center. The property is located in Block 343-344 + 345 E 150
ft. of W 250, Parcel Number 3-34-43-01-010-0345-001.0 is zoned P.
The Gty Commission will hold a PUBLIC HEARING to consider the recom-
mendations of the Planning & Zoninaf Board and take final action on this
sTnu ao Monday, June 15, 2009 6:00 p.m. in the City Hall Commis-
All dtizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the P&Z Board
meeting and the City Commission public hearing. An 3iries regardin3
dthe3ng or y nr ring snal accom or hoearthuse
ments, s ou% contact Ae Buil7nog Oficial o at least th7eim ys
prior to the hearing.
CHY OF CLEWIETON
Travis Reese
BulIdin Official
32265 CN 6/4/09


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Im man U IC RTCITC H
IN AND FOR HENRY COUNTYr
FLORIDA

DANIEL L. H. HANCa d
A.
HANSEN, husband and wife'
Plaintiff
vs
RANDALL 3. HENDERSON, RANDALL
3ASON HENDERSON, and HEIDI
ILENE HENDERSON a/k/a HEIDI
ILENE WILLIS, if living, and if dead,
their unknown spouse, devise's,
heits, grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees and other parties
claiming by, throu h, under or
emo de, n ri e
Interest in and to the real propertY
her n dN E OF ACTION


SE UR RTY

rN H N
0 aH NEE E NDE N
and if dead, their unknown spouses
devise's, heirs, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees and other
parties claiming by, through, under
or against them and all parties hav-
Ing or claiming to have, any right, ti-
tIe or Interest In and to the real
property herein described, and ALL
OTHER WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
ui nttle ooNun Rfollo ng propertY
Lot 5, MIDWAY ACRES, a subdivi.
lon located in Section 7, Townsh


e3n3 o Pa D.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defense, if any, to It on
MELANIE A. MCGAHEE, ESQ.,
McGahee & Perez, PL, plaintiffs at-
torney, whose address is: 417 W.
SugarIand Hwy., Clewiston, Florlda
33440, on or before June 29, 2009,
and file the o inal with the Clerk of
& i ff attornbee ei mNe at
therpatter; otherwise a Default wi
at r ag stdoupfor the f

Dated this the 18th day of May, 2009
THE HONORABLE
BARBARA S. BUTLER
Clerk of the Coult
By: /s/ R. DE LA CRUZ
Deputy aerk
321757 CGS 5/28 &6/4,11,18/2009


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noTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: TIMS TOW-
Id ulkeRECOeVE I es o
vehides on 05/19/2009, 10:00 am at 74
S. INDUSTRIAL LOOP, LABELLED, FL
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orrejectanyand/orallbid
1986Chevrolet
1G1BN69HOGX134619
1999 Oldsmobile
1G3NI.'i2TOXC406404
322617 CN 6/4/09

NOTICE OF SALE
TO: James Wilkinson
You are here notified that the
rty stored ou with Randy
& Rena tt located at
1 Red Road, Gewiston, FI.
33440. The items are believed to be
household and miscellaneous items
and will be sold to the highest bidder
for cash at the above address on
June 12, 2009 at 11:00 A.M., along
with advertising costs. We reserve
the ri ht to refuse any and all bids,
3223 9 CN 6/4,11/09



PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is hereby iven-that on June
12, 2009 at 1:08 m at AAA Self
Storage, Inc, 6 US H7.3 27,
3%6-1 e und rsi ned 4
self storage, will sell at Pibile Sale
by competitive bidding, the personal
pro rty heretofore stored with the
,'=,1 nG rb a, Unit #78
Lawrence Bill, Unit #15
Robert Wilson, Unk #H2
Roslyn Walker, Unit #46
Eo N Pa e n U9nit #35
Eunice Sadle Unit #7o
Lynevetta Unit #87
322289 GCD /09


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
INANDFORHENDRYCOUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 26-2009-CA-00470
BEN FIELFLORIDAINC.,
vs.
RALP NF A ON


TO UN ON

c 4,"23satra
CURRENTADDRESS:UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTbS HO
ARE NOWH D UNKNOWN
M'ES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEEs,
GRANTEES, OROTHERCLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
cURRENTADDRESS: UNKNOWN
voU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
remelose a mortgage on the follow no
pmperty in HENDRY County, Florida:




AlSO KNOWN AS LOT 3719,
MONTURA RANCH ESTATES. TD-
GETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
MOBILE HOME LOCATED THERE.
ON AS A FIXTURE AND APPURTE-
NANCE THERETO, MOBILE HOME
ID NO. GDLCFL43804577
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
de snowimina ,doaNpFao dra Deek

0 G L rn

ther before service on Plaintiff;s atter
"E'Jamn et do n th wr
the relief demanded in the Complaint or
peWT.notice shall be published once a
week for two consecu e weeks in the
aewistan News.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of the
Court on this 21st day of May, 2009.
Barbara S. Butler
sy:752rkD
rid ulk8Law Group P.L.
Tampa, FL 33622-5018
In accordance with the Americans wa
mA a n nspa ns
Pen ml? a neceDsp
le ne
FloAa 33901, tel hone number
35-2299; 1-800-95 -8771 (TDD)
00-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay
service, not later man seven (7) days
priortathispmeeeding.
322415 CN 6/4,11/09


NOTICE
AUCTION on Friday,
June 12th, 2009
at 9:00 a.m. at
1233 N.W. Ave. L,
Belle Glade, Florida
Propertyof Rokela Russell:
Blue bunk bed w/twin & full
mattress, A/C window unit, stove,
televisIon, sofa, heater, bike and
other mise, household Items
Property of Jessica Hatt:
Christmas decorations, photo screen,
Coca-cola bottles, Coca-Cola checker
board table, Sunset framed picture
and other misc. items*
Pmpertyof
Sandiana Momland:
WhIripool washing matching and a
322662 SU 1 9a rug


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FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 26-2008-CA-000378
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff
vs.
KASANA GRANDERSON, et al,
Defendants)
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
I r

entered in Case No. 2 -2008-
E 37 of tti rc t ourtaofdthe
for HENDRY County, Flolida wherein
El ffFaA KGN D ON;
VILLAS AT LAKE SHORE HOA, INC.;
TENANT #1 N/K/A LANE STEREN-
BERG; TENANT #2 N/K/A CAREEN
LENTZ are the Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash IN FRONT OF T}iE OFFICE OF
THO TI.E ER
HALLWAY OF THE HENRY COUNTY
M I8 ON IA N2G9 OR-
SOUTH, LABELLED, FLORIDA at 11:00
AM, on the 10th da f 3une, 2009,
Ule a ng de ri 3 po as
LOT 10, VILLAS AT LAKE
SHORE ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT EREOF IN PLAT BOOK
6, PAGE 199, OF THE PUBLIC
.RECORDS OF HENRY
COUNTY, STEPS OF THE HEND-
RYCOUNTYFLORIDA
A/K/A 372 LOPEZ PLACE,
CLEWISTON, FL 33440
Any person or entity claiming an
interest in the surplus, if any, result
mg from the foreclosure sale, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens, must file a
claim on same with the Clerk of
Court within 60 days after the fore-
closure sale. .
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Courton May 19th, 2009.
Barbara S. Butler
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /S/ S. Miller
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons needing
special accommodation to participate
in this proceeding should contact the
D sCourt Administrator whose
tice Cen aRed at3L C nMus-
roeStreet, Fort Myers, Florida
83901, tele hone number
813d 135- 299; 1-800-955-8771
off a I 8 I ,8n7o ), an
seven (7) days prIor to the proceed-
in
3 1558 CN 5/28;6/4/09
Your next job could be
in today's classifiedS.
Did you look for it?


CI HD C
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 26-2008-CA-000213
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC,
Plaintiff
vs.
ALEJANDRO MARTINEZ MORALES,
et al,
Defendants)
NOTICEOFRESCHEDULED

t nC ReEC E I.
sure Sale dated May 11, 2009 and
ed 0 21 nofC ee Cl it u2 08
the TWENTIE11i Judicial Grcuit in
dere CH ED M R NC
is the Plaintiff and ALEIANDRO MAR-
TINEZ MORALES; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ALE3ANDRO MATRINEZ
MORALES N/K/A TERESA PRADO;
TENANT #1 N/K/A MATILDA ORTIZ;
TENANT #2 19/K/A GABRIEL PRADO
e Dedebdn Idrill elltch
1 FRONT OF THE OFFICE OF THE
S DOFR RC BB E
HENRY COUNTY ADMINISTRATION
. BUILDING CORNER OF HIGHWAY 80
Dat29TH SOUTHon MFL R[
3une, 00a9sthd IIwli7nidFin
d ment:
LOT 4, BLOCK 2105, PORT LA-
BELLE UNIT 3, A SUBDIVISION
ACCORDING TO THE PI.AT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 3, PAGE 73, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF HENRY
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 5021 GRAMERCY ROAD,
LAGELLE, FL 33935
Any person dealing an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the LIs Pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60) days after
the sale.
.WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on May 15, 2009.
Barbara S. Butler
Clerk of the Grcuit Court
By: /S/ S. Miller
As Deputy Clerk
Rorida Default Law Group P.L.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, FL 33622-5018 .
Inna o ce th th Amer ns
a special accommod tion to partic-
pate In this proceeding should con-
tact the De Court Administrator
DNa )ou ce en out donat31 e
1700 Monroe Street, Fort Myers,
Florida 33901, telephone number
b813)335-2299; 1-800-955-8771
Flora la1y8se cses- ola$'th$
seven (7) days prior to this proceed-
109.
321699 CN 5/28/09 & 6/4/09


CUU IC URTdFC ,
IN AND FOR GLADES COUNTY,
CaseF ODDR93
MARSHA D. MELANSON,
Petitioner
and
JAMES M. MELANSON,
Respondent
NOTICEOFACTIONFOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: JAMES M. MELANSON
Last Known Address:
918 SW St.
Lake WoIth, FL

haPM HieNd0E Ulauaan o
you are required to serve a copy of
our written defenses, aney, to it on
alsha D. Melanson address
is 1182 Wagon Trail Road, Moore
Haven, FL on or before July 3rd,
2009, and file the original with the
derk of this Court at P.O. Boft 10,
Moore Haven, FL 33471, before ser-
vice on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fall to do so, a de-
fault may be entered against you for
the rollef demanded in the petition.
Couples of all court documents In
this case, ihdudina orders, are
available at the Cleft of the Grcuit
Court's office. You may review these
documents request.
You must the Clerk of the Gr-
cuit Courts ce notified of your
Current address. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida Supreme
Court proved Family law Form
12.915 Future papers in this law-
suit wil me mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's ofice.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedures,
quires certain automatic disdosure
of documents and information. Fail-
ure to comply can result in sanc-
tion including dismissal or striking
Da ed: ays.27, 2009.
CLERK OF THE GRCUIT COURT
By: ]ennifer Bevls
322356 CTSp6u%, 15k8,25/09

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hang your hat? Look
no further than the
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ClaSSIfiedS.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the Hendry County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) will hold a public hearing
on the following petition on June 9, 2009 at 5:05 p.m., at the City of Clewiston, Commission Chambers, 115 W
Ventura Ave, Clewiston, Florida. The BCC will determine if the application is consistent with the Hendry County
Comprehensive Plan and will review the application for consistency with the Hendry County Land Development
Code,

Copies of the files and information regarding the petition are available for public inspection at the Hendry County
Planning and Zoning Department, 165 South.Lee Street, LaBelle, Florida, and may be viewed Monday through
Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

All persons wishing to be heard on this issue may appear at said meeting. If a person decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of
the proceedings and, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based-

Petition Number: RZO9-0005


NOTICE OF PU LID EEFICN DGGET WORKSHOP

The Rorida Govemmental Util Authority ("FGUA') announces a public
meeting, bu et workshop and ublic heanng to which all interested per
-
sonstared pro s nes7f Se an la e tity uSic body creal tSal
agreements among Gtrus Countb Florida, DeSoto Cou ty, Florlda, Hend
ur FI ri ,a.Le CouiicFlom k County, Ra hand dTo bli
c
hearing will be heldpat 1:00 p.m. onb gM Junepi8, 2@ at
the Lee County East Regional Library, Meeti Room 1, 881 Gun
-
nery Road, Lehigh Acres, Florida 33971. The UA Board will address
en I tl91ibsuSes fmtheoFGU and 11 indud ab bli hae
claimed water treatment and supply rates a bdive July 1, 2009. All cus
-
tomers of the FGUA, affected property owners, tenants or occupants, and
all other interested persons, shall have an opportunity to be heard and to
file written comments with the FGUA. If a person decides to aDoeal any de
-
cision made by the FGUA with respect to any matter considered at the
h ae n resuth t ha ra ire ofi proceed s and m dNee
dencew nD the pe s to bea In oadanme wde Amerl
-
interpreter to partic pl ate in this proceeding 4 Od contact the Clerk to the
FGUA Board at (877) 552-3482, at least three business days prior to the
o
eUB t 8 ) 2 UTy questions, please contact a Clerk t
322772 CGS 6/4/09


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Proposal No. 2009-30
Sealed Proposals will be received ymthe Board of County Commissioners of
M e7in t e dridCo t ourth se vepPexN 15R icAM v .s
laBelle, Florida, un 00 m Thursday, June 18, 2009, for "Airglades
Tamin rh thereafter, I eo tlTeu 30 i R2000
A-22 (Clerk's Office) in the Hendry County Courthouse Complex, 25 E
Hickpochee Ave. LaBelle, Florida.

ko eof eeSo%[fieca n an Propose' s onsdaennt oo tadn
165 S. Lee St., LaBelle, Rorld 33935, Post Office Box 2430, LaBelle, Rori-
da 33975, or by calling (863) 675-5220 or (863) 983-1465.
The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all
Proposals, with or without cause and/or accept the Proposal that, in its
judgment, will be in the best interest of the County.
3 B. ao 9%amew ONnes
Hendry County, Florida
322284 CB/CN 6/4/09

City of Clewiston
Public Hearing

".OCHCEU NNEN e 5 at %0Cenmisi ns o
practical thereafter, in the Ci% Hall Commission Chambers, 115 West Ve>
A aA ,oe n e 20 0 rsd n te I r a nns der
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-04

C NA O TH OMM IN GOFRE UdTI N%
PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 110 (ZONING), AR-
TICLE V (DISTRICTS AND DISTRICT REGULATIONS), DIVISION
10, (GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT), SECTION 110-387
PERMITTED USES OF THE CITY CODE; PROVIDING FOR SEv-
RABILITY; PROVI ING FOR CONFLICT OF LAWS; AND PROVID-
ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
A copy of the proposed ordinance is available in the City Clerk's Office, Ci
Hall, 115 W. Ventura Avenue, Clewiston, Rorida, for the inspection of anY
interested parties and interested parties mca pear at the meeting and be
heard with respect to the p ed ordin If any person decides to
appeal a decision made wi respect to any matter considered at this
meeting public hearing, such person may need to insure that a verba
tim reco f the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony
and anay evidence on which the peal is to be based. Clewiston Gt?
Hall is handicap accessible facil
Any questions pertaining to this document should be directed to the Cle-
wiston Ci Mana rM either y phone (86 )ew983-1484, fax
(863) 983 or U all (115 ntura Ave., iston, FL 33 )

Maribn McconveY
726 N 6/4/09

SHAWANOWATERCONTROLDISTRICT
NOTICEOF
2009 ANNUAL LANDOWNERS MEETING
&
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all owners of lands located within the
boundaries of the SHAWANO WATER CONTROL DISTRICT that, pursuant
to applicable laws, a meeting of the landowners of the SHAWANO WATER
CONTROL DIETRICT is scheduled for Friday, June 26, 2009 at 8:30
a.m. at the Sugar Farms Co-op, Atlantic Sugar MiltRoad, Belle Grade, Flori-
da 33430, for the following purposes:
1. Electing Supervisor(s);
2. Receiving annual reports and taking such action with respect thereto
as the landowners may determine; and
3. Transacting such other business as may properly come before the
meeting.
The Board of Supervisors meeting will commence immediately thereafter
and the purpose of this meeting is to adopt a budget for fiscal year
2009-2010 and to transact any and all business that may come before the
Board.
If any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board of Su-
pervisors with resDect to any matter considered at these meetings, he/she
will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he/she
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is
to be based,
Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, a
son requiring special accommodations to partiapate in this meeti
cause of a disability or physical im airment should contact the Di
Attorney, Charles 5 Schoech, at (5 1) 655-0620 at least five (5) calendar
days pnor to the Meeting.
DATED this Friday, 22nd day of May, 2009.
BY: Charles F. Schoech, Esq.
322272 BGS 6/4,11/09


GLADEVIEW W CCEOOROL DISTRICT
2009 ANNUAL LANDOWNERS MEETING
AND.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all owners of lands located within the
boundaries of the GLADEVIEW WATER CONTROL DISTRICT that, pursuant
to applicable laws, a meeting of the landowners of the GIADEVIEW WATER
CONTROL DISTRICT will be held on Friday, June 26, 2009 at 10:30
a.m., at the Sugar Farms Co-op, Atlantic Sugar Mill Road, Belle Glade,
Rorida, for the follow purposes:

n amarepd detakidg such action with respect thereto
3m T nsacting such other business as may properly come before the
an Th B rd of Su %Tam iswitl co nce 3ediately re r
B0m 2010 and to transact any an all business that may come befo
ar rn deads tao apme ancy decdis ma e y the I rd of S
I need a recor of the proceedings, and that for such ulrpse, he
ch ITda t m nd eoce po which s e

8".;" i'gAn o
Attomey, Cha esMF ro A at (5 1) 655-0620 at least five (5) calendar
a this Friday, 2 1 day of May, 2009
BY: Charles E Schoech, Esq.
322274 BGS 6/4,11/09


I


NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION
kea Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida, Inc., announces a Board of
Directors Meeting.2009

Time: 10:00 A M.
Place: H rew Commons Drive
Estero, 33928

Fora didtio la forma 9n31 r 3doro{8i meeti drifyouareplanning

aA o n Pe nR d
Inc is ep e and on aAe a e a se Sou w od s
a sN ye rs oa A ea g co A rgTor Adaw o d g
an Area A3ncy on Aging, serves seven coundes.
322287 C 6/4/09


HENRY CONO 00UFMUB EO MNEGE COUNCIL
Notice is hereb given that the Hendry Coun Tourist Devel ment Coundl
dMa a in t 3:30 p.d.a 109a jv2nud, le st
FL. illis meeting is open tomthe public. The meeting site is accessible b

decidestora alsaun decisionmade theBoardwithres

ocsan n r3don n s w n i
cludes the testimony and evidence upon which e appeal is to be based,

h eTpment Council
Karson Tumer, Chalanan
322550 CB/CN 6/4/09


Applicant:


KCA. Wallace, represented by H.L. Bennett, EE., P.L.S.


Ordinance title: AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF HENRY
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING ORDINANCE 98-06 AND RESOLUTION 98-120 BY SPECIFYING THE
MANNER IN WHICH A METHOD OF PAYMENT FOR ROAD REPAIR AND RECLAMATION IS ACCEPT-
ED BY HENRY COUNTY FC)R A MINING AND EXTRACTIVE OPERATION KNOWN AS THE OLD
RIVER GROVES PUD; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICT, SEVERABILITY SCRIVENER'S ERRORS; AND'AN
EFFECTIVE DATE-


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
HENRY COUNTY, FLORIDA
cm DE ION
262008CA001329m
WACHOVIA MORTGAGE CORPORA-
TION,
Plaindff,
vs.
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, CREDITORS,
AND ALL OTHER PARTIES ClAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
ADIB ABDUL SHAHEED, DECEASED;
NAE FRANCES ROLLE; UNKNOWN
TENTANT NO. TENANT NO. 1; UN.
KNOWN TENANT NO. 2 and ALL UN.
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
INTERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST A NAMED DEFENDANT
TO AT AN 0AbH N
TLE OR INTEREST IN THE PROPER.
TY HEREIN DESCRIBED,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THE UNKNOWN SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER PAR.
TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER OR AGAINST ADIB ABDUL
SHAHEED, deceased.
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the fol.
lowing described property in Hendry
County, Horida:
THE EAST 1/2 OF THE WEST
1/2 OF THE NORTH 1/2 OF
THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION
26, TOWNSHIP 44 SOUTH,
RANGE 32 EAST, HENRY
COUNTY, FLORIDA. SURIECT
TO AN EASEMENT FOR IN.
GRESS, EGRESS AND
UTILITIES, OVER AND ACROSS
THE NORTH 40 FEET THEREOF,
ALSO KNOWN AS LOT NO. 442
IN MONTUIf RANCH ES.
TATES.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if a to it on .
SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ, A., Plain.
tiffs attomeys, whose ad ress is PO
BOX 11438, Fort lauderdale, FL
33339-1438, within 30 days from
first date of publication, and Ele the
ondinal with the Gerk of this Court
ei er before service on Plaintiffs at-
tomeys or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be enter"
against you for the relief demanded
A n lal1nat o9n.
BARBARA S. BUTLER
As Clerk of the Court
By: /S/ Hammond
As Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act of 1990, persons
needing special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding.should
contact the Clerk of the Court not

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NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pulse
ant to the Rnal Jud ment entered in
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the style of wh icated above.
I will sell to the highest and best
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a thea t f lo d2esc
pro edydas set forth in said Order or
Fin gment, to-wit:
THE SOUTH ONE-HALF OF THE
SOUTHEAST ONE-QUARTER OF
THE SOUTHWEST ONE-QUAR-
TER OF THE NORTHEAST ONE-
QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST
ONE-QUARTER OF SECTION 25,
TOWNSHIP 44 SOUTM, RANGE
32 EAST HENRY COUNTY,
FLORIDA. SUBJECT TO AN EASE-
MENT FOR AN ACCESS ROAD OF
THE EAST 30 FEET THEREOF,
SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT FOR
.A DRAINAGE CANAL OF THE
SOUTH 30 FEET THEREOF. ALSO
KNOWN AS LOT 5116, MONTU-
RA RANCH ESTATES.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST 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 AF-
TERTHE SALE.
ORDERED AT HENRY COUNTY
FLORIDA, this 14th day of May,
2009.
Barbara S. Butler
As Clerk, Circuit Couft
Hendry, Rorida
By: /S/ S. Miller
As Deputy Clerk
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mons'
By Rev. Samuel S. Thomas, Ph.
D.+
St. Martin's Church, Clewiston
The Church nursery had large glass doors
and I'd look in as I passed each Sunday
morning.
One morning, a youngster saw me peer-
ing in and started to cry and cry.
I wondered "Now what did I do?"
I tried to imagine what she saw; a figure
that must have appeared to be huge, all
dressed in blackband for some unknown

I've seen children at Christmas; each with
their reactions to Santa Claus.
Some take kindly to the old gentleman in
red with the white beard; some do not.
They watch other children and decide to
approach him, even if a bit timid.
I made it a point to go by the Nursery and
see where the little girl was each Sunday
morning.
After awhile, the tears and cries stopped;
it was time to enter the room.
I stood by the door but she ran to the
back of the room and buned her face in one
of the teacher's dress.
No crying, though, progress was being
made. Each Sunday I would repeat the rou~
tine; entering the room and standing by the
door.
.In time, fear seemed to give way to curi-
osity and a small person stood at the back of
the room regarding me with cunosity.

ouAs Ume) went on, he would watd hmrne
toward the interior of the room; being care-
ful not to stare or to force myself into her
world.
It took a while, apparently, for my pres-
ence to be a comfortable one and not evoke
any reaction.
I.was grateful that I was being ignored!
"What has happened to you, child?"
crossed my mind many times, "What had
made you respond differently than the oth-
ers?
I would look as time went on, making
sure to smile and trying to be present yet not
forcing myself on her.
My greatest moment came as I was pre-
paring to go to another ministry. I entered
the nursery during my final Sundays; the
little girl ran over to ine and threw her arms
around my legs.
Her smile was an added bonus; a parting
gift better than all of the others given to me
<\sl went to a new ministry. The Lord was
traveling through the region of the Gerasenes
and encountered a man possessed and re-
jected (Luke 8:26ff).
He cried out "I beg you, don't torture me
(v.28)." Nobody knows what happened to
that man to have caused him to be as he was;
but his life Itetft hiwmotrote jeheew m the

Lord, but compassion and healing. John
writes "Perfect love casts out fear(1 John
4:18) "
My love wasn't perfect; but maybe the
One I try to represent showed through in that
nursery. God gives us all the capacity to heal;
it's called love.


Do we need "Change" or
"gggtoratigg?"
By Jackie Miller, Evangelist
First Christian Church
Many of our politicians are promising
"Change" if they get elected to office.
But the question is "Do we need 'Change'
or 'Restoration'?"
A "Restoration" would take us back
in time to a place where things ran better,
smoother and life was more enjoyable.

all hange" is what we have been getting
We used to have a Strong Dollar Politi-
cians changed that!
Marriage used to be sacred Politicians
changed that!
We used to be respected around the
world Politicians changed that!
We used to have a Strong Manufacturing
Economy Politicians changed that!
We used to have lower tax structures -
Politicians changed that!
We used to enjoy more freedoms Politi-
cians changed that!
We used to be a large exporter of Ameri-
can made goods Politicians changed that!
We used to teach Patriotism in our
schools Politicians changed that!
We used to educate children in schools -
Politicians changed that!
We used to enforce LEGAL citizenship -
Pol i o f dable Food and Gas
Polit h d thati
pnces icians c ange .
We used to have Prayer and Bible Read-
ing in our schools Politicians changed that!
Divorce used to be rare Politicians
changed that!
. Abortion used to be frowned upon Poli-
ticians changed that and made it legal and
convenient!
Homosexuality used to be a sin and dis-
grace Politicians not only changed that but
are tryng* to make a law against speaking
against this abominable practice!
Drugs and Alcohol used to be used for
medicinal purposes Politicians changed
that and look what a mess we're in!
The trouble is, America's youthful voters
today don't know of the great America that
existed sixty years ago.
They see the world as if it has always ex-
isted, as it is liow. When will we wake up?
Tomorrow may be too late.
When will America realize Politicians are
what's wrong with America.
What is needed is for the Constitution to
be amended to limit all Senators and Rep-
resentatives to Two Terms in office, like the
.
Pre y the way, no big Pensions either,
Social Security just like the rest of us.
Being a Politician shouldn't be a person's
life work but rather a call to service, then
back to being an honest hard working citi-
zen.
If you believe this, say, "Amen!" Then do
something about it!


Finding MySpace
By Pastor John Hicks
First United Methodist Church
"Who is more satisfied? The man with
ten children or the man with ten million dol-
lars?"
One student answered: "The man with
ten children."
When asked why, the student replied,
"Because the man with ten children doesn't
want any more.
Someone wrote to Ann Landers: "Dear
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ery night when I go to sleep I dream about
the car. What should I do?
Found in national classified ads: "I would
like to meet a kind, cheerful, responsive girl
of no more than 25 years old. One of the
conditions of a future mate: a move to the
Polar North region."
Another stated: "HERE I AM unusual
and good looking 37-year-old woman, sit-
ting alone in my Manhattan apt. wonder"
ing where all the aware, caring, generous,
stabWee and adventurousog lemrenulement
and identity and relationships in all the
wrong places- the classified, the back pages
of life, our work and possessions, and now
even the internet
I know I don't need to explain "MySpace"
to the current generation, but for the sake of
many readers, "MySpace" is a website filled
with over 70 million interactive, personal
b d bl
werisast"hing C the old-fashioned per-
sonal pages in the newspaper (when news
came on paper), but it's more like 70 million
personal diaries, all hung out there for the
world to read.
At a deeper level, it's a metaphor for our
lives.
Finding "MySpace" is a search for our
place in the world.
We all search to find an identity, search to
know who we are and where we befot1g.
Ultimately, we find "MySpace" in the val-
ues we hold, the convictions, commitments,
and beliefs which guide our lives; and the
loves, thoughts, and other things which de-
fine us.
Finding "MySpace" is all about finding
out who we are. .
As Christians, this space becomes sacred
as we cast our lot with the people of God
and say, "Yes, I will be a disciple of Jesus
Christ. I will allow my values to be shaped
by His life and my life will be shaped by His
love."
When we choose to become a disciple
of Jesus, when we log-on with the body of
Christ, we are automatically connected to
the "World Wide Web" of faith and become
one with all who proclaim the name of Je-
sus Christ.

ou And it's notdeusti out otw rsosna aitb
our personal church.
Finding MySpace is also about connect-
Ing to our place in the world-wide, global
family of God around the city, around the
country, and around the world.

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"The boat look design is an important
step forward for Belle Glade and the neigh-
boring communities," said MacKay Jimen-
son, who's the public affairs director for
WRScompass.
"We look forward to working with U.S.
Congressman [Alcee] Hastings and the
South Florida Water Management District to
find funding solutions for this project,"- he
continued.
"The boat locks, as well as other neigh-
boring projects, can establish the infrastruc-
ture to begin the economic redevelopment
of the Glades "*
For more information, you could contact
MacKay Jimenson, WRScompass public af-
fairs director, at 813-447-0842.
You can also visit the Internet at http://ex-
tranet.wrscompass.com/BelleGlade/default.
aspx.
Staff Writer Naji Tobles can be reached at Mo-
blas@newszap.com.


were estimated to be at least $18 million,
engineers say.
John Hendricks, who's a manager with
the Sugar Cane Golf Club, said he is okay
with the idea.
However, he is concerned about how
some of the golf course holes will be af-
fected during the course of the proposed
construction,
It's possible that Holes 2, 4 and 5 of the
golf course could be closed throughout the
building process
"It's going tol ea disturbance, but there's
not much we can say about it," Hendricks
said.
Inconveniences notwithstanding, Hen-
dricks is excited about the boat lock design,
which includes a proposed island for Holes
2, 4 and 5.
To get to those holes, Hendricks ex-
plained, you must travel over the boat lock
bridge, which encompasses the Rim Canal,
the Hillsboro Canal and the North New River
Canal.
The design's purpose is to allow water-
craft navigation from Lake Okeechobee to
the Hillsboro and North New River canals.


The boat locks will always be closed,
Hendricks said, unless boaters are near the
area, set to cross through Lake Okeecho-
bee.
The wait time for golfers would be no
more than 15 minutes, with up to 16 fishing
boats being able to cross through the locks.
Boats up to 80 feet in length will be able
to access the boat locks, officials say.
"It's going to be unlike anything this area
has ever seen," Hendricks said.
"With the boat locks at the golf course
and the way it will be designed (Holes 2, 4
and 5 is slated to be built down the middle
of the course), it will be something all golf-
ers want to play on when it's done.
- Benefits of the construction, engineers
say, include employment opportunities to
build the boat locks, ancillary jobs at the
Belle Glade marina and infrastructure devel-
opment.
Engineers from WRScompass, who the
city tapped to take over the boat lock proj-
ect, are optimistic that a waterfront commu-
nity will emerge in the near future, thereby
creating a much-needed tax base for the city
of Belle Glade.


a blue 15-ounce Justice Brothers Oil Treat-
ment Canister with a false bottom under the
right front passenger seat was found, which
include the 59 ecstasy pills.
The ecstasy pills were reportedly pack~
e an apm nd y$3w c ere

ing to the affidavit.
The five marijuana bags were reportedly
.val d $i n, it was revealed that Hampton

had $15 located inside the canister in ques-
tion.
". Investigators claim the suspect purchased
the ecstasy pills for $5 each, while attempt-
ing to sell them anywhere from $8 to $10 per


pill.
According to the Fla. State Statutes, if
convicted of these two charges, Hampton
could be facing up to a combined 31 years
in rison and $11,000 fine
pThe trafficking charge is classified as a
Grst-degree felony, while the marijuana pos-
session charge is a first-degree misdemean-

The incident reportedly occurred at 11:20
p.m. on May 30, just one day after Pahokee's
spring game win over Boyd Anderson.
Staff Writer Naft Tobhas can be reached at nto-
b&rs@newszap.com.


fully stopped Hampton on the 300 block of
Amaryllis Avenue.
Deputies later spoke with Hampton and
asked him why his Impala smelled like mari-
juana.
fid Hampton's response, according to the af-
"TI ere was someone else in the vehicle
smoking marijuana and also I took a hit of

heAmt r p nMwas asked to step out of
his vehicle, deputies conducted a search of
the Impala, discovering the aforementioned
items, which also included a white Dutch
Master Cigar box located near the 22 cigars.
According to the PBSO arrest statement,


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more than three years from now to com-
plete.
"It seems like everyone is in agreement
with the project, I haveri't heard anything
negative about it," Kutney said.
Interestingly, however, the location of
where the boat locks are tentatively slated to
be constructed the Sugarcane Golf Course
- di ntl eg d at four possible
locations for the boat lock construction the
golf course, the Hooker Highway extension,
the rock pit and a property owned by Fritz
Stein
After several factors were taken into
consideration, such as property acquisition,
economic optimization and development
impact, to name just three, city officials later
determined that the golf course would be
the best fit.
Additionally, the golf course location
would cost $17.4 million, while the pro-
posed expenses of the other three locations


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eleAd on West Third Shtreetilnwartd S t
strong odor of marijuana permeating his
ve c as also revealed, through the affida-

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tion of Amaryllis Avenue and West Fourth
Street/Buddy White Avenue.
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The Palm Beach County Health Department-
needscommittedadultvolunteerswithacleanback-
ground and teens (14-17) in Belle Glade. The needs
are great and varied. We assist daily needs, health
fairs and outreach, food pantry, customer service
and more. We are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday
- Friday. Please call Brian at 561-992-1218 or visit
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Ffee COSSROOR ClaSSOS
Glades General Hospital is offering Free
Smoking Cessation Classes on Wednesdays,
10 a.m and.5:30 p.m. Free Nicotine Replace-
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Serving the communities south of Lake Okeechobee


20 The Sun


how everybody should get to a place of safe-
ty when a major storm strikes, according to
Red Cross officials.
Families are also advised by the Red
Cross to not only write down their evacua-
tion plans, but share it with everyone and
practice it at least twice per year.
For more information on hurricane pre-
paredness, you could contact the Lakeside
branch of the American Red Cross at 992-
9703.
You could also visit the Internet at www.
redeross-pbc.org.
Staff Writer Naji Toblas can be reached at nto-
blas@newszap.com.


Just last year, the Glades region was af-
fected by Tropical Storm Fay, with its power-
ful storm (81 peak mph winds) destroying
Pahokee City Hall on Aug. 19, 2008.
The damages were reportedly estimated
at $1.5 million, effectively moving the city
business into a smaller facility, which used
to be a doctor's office.
The City of Pahokee, which has request-
ed $3 million from the federal government
in hopes of building an all-new city hall, is
now housed in a set of modular buildings.
No other building structures in the Glades
area were reportedly affected by the storm.
And fortunately, no injuries were reported
as a result of Tropical Storm Fay.


Moving forward, weather analysts predict
that storm activity won't be too busy this
hurricane season.
But that doesn't mean anyone knows
what will happen.
All residents can do is simply be prepared
and alert for possible storm activity should it
happen.
According to the American Red Cross, it is
important to devise a written-up plan should
an emergency evacuation must occur. .
The Red Cross encourages each family to
decide roles for every member to play in.
For example, it's a good idea for fami-
lies to plan on exactly what each member
should do, where everyone should go and


ROSidents advised to be re
pared and alert

By Naji Tobias
The Sun
GLADES The area has officially entered
the wet season as-of Monday, June 1.
The wet season, which lasts until Nov. 30,
means that heavy storm activity is possible
throughout the six-month period.
Interestingly, recent history has shown
that the majority of tropical storms and hur-
ricanes are likely to come between August
and November,


DAV luL RICK
en you were born I was gifted with the greatest love
and joy that a mother could have. I was blessed with
a son that has a smile that is so full of life that it is
contagious to everyone. You have a wonderful sense of humor,
a soft heart, and a drive to succeed. You are smart, funny, and
a hard worker. I watched you grow from a little boy who loved
Barney, into an amazing young man that is Graduating. I am
protid to call you my son. I wish that your Papa Charles and
Papa D.R. could of lived long enough to see this day. I hope that
all of your hopes and dreams come true. I love you more than
you can know ahd will always be there for you. Remember...
Growing older is mandatory...Growing up is an option. We
make a living by what we get...But David, always remember,
We make a Life by what we Give. I love you, Mom


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The students and staff
of Pioneer Park Elemen '
tary celebrated the com-
pletion of our school-
wide thematic unit.
Each class in the
school learned about one
of our fifty states and pre-
pared presentations to
share with other classes
at the school.
As the culminating ac-
tivity, classes were trans-
formed into replicas of
the state, studied during
the month.
Students, teachers,
and visitors traveled from
state to state via Pioneer .
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searched states, made
travel brochures, and
decorated bulletin boards
about the state studied.
They also had the op-
portunity to participate in
creative hands-on activi-
ties and sample food that
is popular to. particular
states on their journey.
The committee would
like to thank the teachers
who worked so hard to
make this event a huge
success and learning ex-
perience for the students.
Additionallywewould Submitted photo
like to thank the Beacon Students at Pioneer Park Elementary enjoy their day of
Center and Palm Beach travel learning about our great nation.
Community College stu-
dents for supporting us Rieckenberg for their leadership.
with this project and the parents who expe-
rienced this.jour ney with their children. Not only was this event a huge success, it
We waild also like to thank the princi- was a very positive learning experience and
pal, Als. Alatuella and assistant principal, Mr. the students enjoyed the event.


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