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VOLUM 82NNBR2 HRSAJn 620
At a Glance
Hendry schools get grades
LES, COES tops in county
Grimsley to hold
Denise Grimsley's Legislative
Aide, Marty Mielke, will hold
office hours Tuesday,
June 21, at the Hendry Coun-
ty Courthouse Room 130
from 9 a.m. to noon and
1:30-3 p.m. Anyone needing
assistance with a state prob-
lem can either visit at this
time or may call (866) 888-
6516 for immediate assis-
Society rally set
The ACS will have a Relay
for Life Rally at Flora & Ella's
on Monday, June 20, at 6:30
p.m. All those who are pas-
sionate about planning the
2006 Relay For Life are asked
to join in this organizational
meeting. If you know anyone
who would like to help,
please encourage them to
attend this rally.
Food bank pick-up
The Hendry County Food
SBank will be distributing
SUSDA commodities to each
individual or family that qual-
ifies on Thursday, June_23,
from noon to 3 p.m. at Our
Lady of Heaven Catholic
Church, 355 south Bridge
Street. Client eligibility can be
one of the following: Food
Stamp Recipient, Temporary
Assistance to Needy Families
TANF, Supplemental Security
Income (SSI) Medicaid, Resi-
dence Housing founded by
Municipal, County, State of
Federal Government, Self
Declaration of Need by the
client (Based on the Depart-
ment of Health and Human
Services Poverty Income
It's Movie time!
The 24th annual Free
Summer Film Festival has
begun once again! A snack
shack is provided with low
cost refreshments to add to
the fun. Showings are at the
LaBelle Assembly of God,.
123 Fraser Ave., across from
School. For more informa-
tion call 675-0900 or e-mail:
The listings are as follows:
Tuesday, June 21: 9:30
a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. Shark
Tales; 6 p.m. Lemony Skick-
et's A Series of Unfortunate
Tuesday, June 28: 9:30
a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. Racing
Stripes; 6 p.m. The Ghost and
Tuesday, July 5: 9:30 a.m.,
1 and 3 p.m. Kim Possible
Movie So the Drama; 6 p.m.
To be announced;
Tuesday, July 12: 9:30
a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. Dinotopia
Quest for the Ruby Sunstone;
6 p.m. To be announced.
Editorial ............. 4
Speak Out ...........4
Social News ..........5
Sports .............. 6
See Page 2 for information about
how to contact the newspaper.
Online news & information
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School letter grades for 2004-05
were released June 8, along with
federal Annual Yearly Progress, as
measured by the No Child Left
School report cards grade
schools based on FCAT scores in
reading, writing and math. The
grade is basically determined by
how well students score, the
progress they make and how
much improvement struggling
The. federal government
reviews several categories of stu-
dents to determine Annual Yearly
Progress; race, low income, stu-
dents with disabilities, and limited
English. Progress in each of these
areas determines a school's AYP
Hendry County followed the.
state trend with elementary
schools receiving the greatest
number of high grades, middle
schools next highest and high
schools with the lowest grades.
There were no "F" schools in the
district. Five of six elementary
schools scored "A" or "B" with
By Patty Brant
Citizens of LaBelle got the
.chance to see, hear and com-
pare the two mayoral candi-
dates Monday evening at the
civic center. Both incumbent
Sherri Craichy and challenger
Randy Bengston had the oppor-
tunity to acquaint the voters
with their platforms and to
The mayor began by
recounting some of her history
as a public servant. She said she
began attending city meetings
in 1972 and worked on the very
first LaBelle comprehensive
plan. In 1980 she was appointed
to the city commission, serving
for seven years. She also chaired
the city's variance board and
has served as mayor for the past
12 years. She made it a point to
say that she is only one member
of a board of five.
She went onto say that,
although the mayor oversees
the everyday workings of the
city, no one ever does it all alone
and introduced the other com-
missioners, key city employees
and praised the "hard working
She insisted that the mayor is
a full time job "if done right"
and added, "I've given every-
thing I have to give you."
She pointed to newly
installed sewer lines which are
now being connected. She
proudly stated that, because of
grants and appropriations she
procured, assessments were
zero; customers must eliminate
their septic tank and pay a con-
An atentve crowa gainers intormaion io make meir
decision July 19.
She added that the:commis-
sion has worked diligently to
keep from having to raise city
taxes. The city's ad valorem tax
rate remains at three mills,
while the county has one of
highest rates in the state.
Challenger Rangy Bengston
explained that he's lived in the
city for 18 years. He is a US
Army veteran of six years; and.
is Public Safety Director for
Hendry County. He' said he's
served Hendry County for 28
years and "will continue as
long as I'm able." However, he
said he's concerned about the
future, and accused the current
mayor of not listening to redi-
dents. He also said he's wit-
nessed a "lack of respect" for
members of the public at city
meetings. He also accused the
mayor of "just now hearing
concerns about water." He said
the mayor has "misguided pri-
orities" and is concerned that
she wants to annex more prop-
erty into the city, but wondered
how the city will take care of it.
He told the audience that
the city needs a professional
city manager to report to the
city commission and said that
safety is one of his priorities.
"Citizens should benefit
from each action the city
takes," he told the audience.
He added that a leader should
lead by example and be willing
to serve first.
The first question was direct-
ed to both candidates: How
would you be a good leader?
First up, Mr. Bengston said he
would lead by using his experi-
ence and by working with oth-
ers. A leader must be able to
serve first, listen and know the
For her part, Ms. Craichy said
she is noted for pitching in and
doing as much as possible her-
self, but believes in letting the
team do its job. She added that
people in the city are happy
with their jobs and agreed that
it's important to gather the facts
See Forum Page 2
LaBelle Elementary maintaining
an "A" for the third year in a row
and Country Oaks Elementary had
an "A" for the second straightyear.
LaBelle Elementary and Coun-
try Oaks Elementary also met
Annual Yearly Progress (AYP)
requirements under No Child Left
Upthegrove Elementary, West-
side Elementary and Eastside Ele-
mentary were designated Provi-
sional AYP This is a federal
provision resulting from an agree-
ment between the state and feder-
al government to make state
report cards and federal guidelines
Challenges for next year will be
to continue to strive to meet feder-
al accountability standards as
measured by No Child Left
Behind, as well as continued effort
to improve student reading
achievement, especially at the sec-
See Grades Page 2
value rises by
By Patty Brant
The Hendry County Proper-
ty Appraiser has informed the
City of LaBelle that the esti-
mated assessed value of
nonexempt property inside
the city for the year 2005 is
$174,672,091, an increase of*
some $10 million over last
Superintendent of Public
Works Michael Boyle reported
to the city commission that
Florida Department of Trans-
portation (FDOT) will be
replacing culverts under sever-
al key streets. The larger cul-
verts should improve drainage
along Bridge Street. Work may
force temporary road closures
on Washington, Lee, Fort
Thompson and Missouri.
Weather permitting, the work
should be completed in 90
A request to rezone the old
LaBelle Trailer Park Annex at
the end of Clark Street, from R-
2T to RI brought smiles to sev-
eral faces. Mayor Sherri Craichy
called the plan a "major
improvement" and Commis-
sioner Paul Puletti said it was a
"long time coming." Owner
Petra Esquivel will remove the
last two mobile homes in order
to build single family resi-
dences there. Last Thursday
night's commission was the
first reading only for the ordi-
See City -Page 2
hat in ring
A Hendry County residence'
since 1980, Joseph Robert
Miller,, Jr. "Bob" has been a
businessman most of his life.
Many residents will remember
him from his shop, B&J Auto
Parts. For the past three years
ies in Fort
works in the
office. They Bob Miller
Bob entered LaBelle city
government when he was
appointed to finish out Joe
Shivers' term on the commis-
sion. In July 2003 he was elect-
ed to the position in his own
right, with no opposition. Dur-
ing this election, he faces oppo-
sition from political newcomer
Bob has worked for the
community for many years in
voluntary capacities. He served
on the Swamp Cabbage Festi-
val Committee, as chairman for
four years and as chairman of
the carnival committee for
many years. As a city commis-
sioner, he represents LaBelle
on the Hendry-LaBelle Recre-
ation Board, along with fellow
Commissioner Dave Lyons.
Bob admits that serving on
the city commission has been
an education for him. The
workshops covering specific
issues have, in particular,
taught him a lot about how city
government works and the
issues the city faces.
"This is not an easy job," he
explains. There is a lot of work
that goes on "behind the
scenes" that the public never
See Miller-- Page 2
Youth troupe seeks actors
The Southwest Florida Com-
munity Foundation has present-
ed the Firehouse Cultural Cen-
ter with a challenge grant of
$7,500. As many of you may
know, a challenge grant means
that the recipients must match
the grant dollars with an equal
amount. This is done mainly
through donations to the organ-
The Dalmatian Youth
Troupe, the youth organization
associated with the Firehouse
Cultural Center, will be receiv-
ing a large portion of this grant.
The youth program is currently
underway and as they strive to
meet this challenge would like
to thank Ron and Donna Baines
for being the first to donate.
The youth program's pro-
duction this year will be "Raisin'
a Ruckus in Muddy Springs", a
musical comedy written espe-
cially for the Dalmatian Youth
Troupe by local playwrights
Joyce Gatch and Henry Avery.
The program's director,
Emily Allen, says that although.
the program has already begun,
there are still spots available for
any aspiring actors or actresses
from the ages of 8-16. She also
wishes to thank the adult volun-
teers that are assisting with the
program Barbara Branden-
berg, Eloise Dagner, Joyce
Gatch, Michael Gatch, Barbara
Miller and Denise Rodriguez.
The Dalmatian Youth
Troupe's rehearsal schedule is
Monday-Thursday from 3-7
p.m., and Saturday mornings
from 9:30-12:30 p.m., and they
will be meeting until July 12.
See Troupe- Page 2
From left: Ron Baines, Donna Baines, Danny the Dalnmatian
Dog, Henry Avery, Joyce Gatch and Emily Alien.
Mayoral election: Citizens get a good look at candidates
bran pnotos/raty uranm
Mayor Sherri Craichy, right, and challenger Randy Bengston.
Citizens compare Craichy, Bengston
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Caloosa Belle, Thursday, June 16,2005
Continued From Page 1
The second question con-
cerned activities for youth and
plans to keep our young people
here. First up, Ms. Craichy signed
on to Ken Curtis' dream to make
LaBelle a college town. She said
that's why the sign is at the corner
of Main St. and SR 80 to recog-
nize talented young people who
bring their talents home to
She said the city works with
the West Hendry County Rec
Board and citizens paid $80,000 in
2004 for recreation. She also
pointed to the need for more,
adding that the city is "blessed"
with the Paul annex which will
include parks, lakes, schools and
the college. She said she raised
three kids here and knows "it's
Mr. Bengston used the exam-
ple of his own two older children
who were raised here, left, then
returned as adults, only to have
their jobs take them elsewhere.
He noted that the area won't have
jobs here till there is growth. He
added that the new soccer field,
Paul land and Edison College
would be great assets.
Continued From Page 1
nance change. The second read-
ing will be at the July 14 meeting.
The commissioners tabled a
new, sign ordinance. The code
review board requested more
feedback on the complicated new
ordinance, so the board set a
workshop for 6 p.m. Tuesday,
June 28. A new commercial
design standard ordinance was
also tabled. The commission
seeks to build a traditional walk-
ing downtown area with the new
design standards. The code
review board act would serve as
the architectural board. The
design standard ordinance will be
Continued From Page 1
sees. "There's more to it than
He also points out that there
are five commissioners on the
board five individuals with ideas
and input into each issues that
comes before them.
He feels that it's important to
have experienced people on the
city commission at this time more
than ever because of all the
growth and rezoning issues con-
verging on the city now. He feels
he brings a sense of fairness and
honestyto the board and a deter-
mination to "find the answer"
Starting off the discussion, Mr.
Bengston noted that SR 80 is a
"racetrack" and MLK is bumpy.
The city needs sidewalks and side
street improvements, he said and
pointed out problems with Bridge
Street. At 5 p.m. it's often backed
up, he said, and people use side
street shortcuts which can add to
the problems. As mayor, he said
he'd take one road at a time for
Ms. Craichy confessed to having
"more passion" for culverts, ditch-
es and sidewalks than for streets. It
all starts with drainage, she said.
The city is working with water
management for grants and also
looking for grants to buy land for
ponding. She said the city had to
use street paving money for sewer
lines and noted that Elm St. is
"awful." The city needs the money
t6 take care of its streets, she said.
The mayor said that she was,
probably the "last to be sold" on
road impact fees because she
could not understand why LaBelle
residents should pay to improve SR
80 and SR 29 both state roads.
However, she has since learned
that the city can eliminate the his-
torical district from impact fees.
She sees impact fees as a way not
taken up at the June 28 workshop
taken up at the June 28 workshop'
City staff is working with con-
sultants to prepare a capital
improvement plan which will
include the city's future water and
sewer needs. The idea is to build
expandability into the city's water
and wastewater utilities by build-
ing facilities that can accept incre-
mental additions as needed,
probably on a ten-year cycle. The
city also wants to include the abil-
ity to provide Bonita Bay's pro-
posed development with effluent
The city will soon be applying
for its new wastewater plant, so
staff is working on engineering
environmental issues. The choice
of a new wastewater facility is a
complicated one. A reverse
osmosis plant is expensive, at
when a tricky question comes up.
He sums himself by saying, "I'm
just an "average Joe" with life
experience." He points to his life-
time of experience in dealing with
people and running a business.
He's been running businesses
since he was lPyears old, he
explains, and has learned a lot
about the business world, and
dealing with employees much
the same as helping to run a city,
he adds. City government is also a
"business" that requires making
decisions based on knowledge
and understanding the issues.
SOf course, the biggest issues
facing the City of LaBelle all have
to do with the monumental
growth expected here over the
to have to increase taxes. She's still
negotiating with the county on
Mr. Bengston agreed on the
desirability of impact fees because
newcomers pay for the improve-
ments they require.
The mayor was asked why she
does not attend county meetings.
She replied that the county and
city have different needs, but she
does go when invited or city issues
to be discussed.
For his part, Mr. Bengston
explained that he began attending
city meetings last October
because he was curious and
admitted that "I've learned a lot."
He said before he did not go
because he didn't think it affected
him. He said he attends county
meetings that pertain to public
safety, but that staff gets a recap of
meetings. Both said they are
At one point, Mr. Bengston
referred to public information he's
seen and questioned the city's
spending some $30,000 on food.
They mayor defended the expen-
ditures, saying she does provide
breakfast for the code review
board, volunteers working on pro-
posed LaBelle zoning changes.
some $23 million, but it is the
most versatile and will allow
more control A membrane sys-
tem would cost about half ($12.
million) but would not be as
The city is also addressing the
current Total Trihalomethane
(TTHMs) issue, submitting a per-
mit for new salf softener equip-
ment. TTHMs are potentially can-
cer-causing byproducts created
by the interaction of certain disin-
fectants (such as chlorine) and
organic/inorganic matter present
in the water.
The city is currently under DEP
order to decrease the amount of
TTHMs in the water supply.
Mr. Boyle predicted that the city
will probably be required to notice
customers two or three more
quarters, even though the prob-
lem should be fixed by August
with installation of salt softener.
coming years. "It's an amazing
explosion," Bob said. "From
about two square miles the City of
LaBelle has already tripled in size
and the potential is just amazing.:
It's an important time for us here.
It's incredible that I have a part in,
He hopes to continue to be
part of the team making those
-decisions. He hopes to help revi-
talize LaBelle's downtown area,
with the Courthouse as a "hub"
by implementing impact fee cred-
its for that area of town.
One of the big issues the coun-
ty and both its cities must come to
grips with is water. The county
leans toward a joint water author-
ity for western Hendry and
Continued From Page 1
LaBelle High School, D
LaBelle Middle School, C
Clewiston High School, D
Clewiston Middle School, C
LaBelle Elementary School, A
Country Oaks Elementary
School, B, AYP provisional
Eastside Elementary School, B,
Westside Elementary School,
B, AYP provisional
Central Elementary School, D
Continued From Page 1
Performances will be on July 9-
10. For more information please
call Michael Gatch at 675-0853 or
Barb Miller at 675-8697.
Danny the Dalmatian Dog
says, "All contributions to help
these youth reach their goal will
City Attorney Owen Luckey
advised that the city needs to
develop a protocol with county
on LaBelle Airport in case of
emergency. He will get with
County Administrator Lester Baird
to develop this through an inter-
Commissioner Puletti asked if
the city could go ahead with
implementing impact fees. He
was assured that the city can set
its own standards for police, parks
and other services. Hendry Coun-
ty is currently preparing a traffic
impact fee proposal for the coun-
ty and both cities. The county
hopes to have it ready for imple-
mentation by October 1. Both
LaBelle and Clewiston want to set
aside "hub" areas with impact fee
waivers in areas they wish to pro-
LaBelle. However, Bob feels that
the city has a good financial status
with its water system. The city's
water department makes a profit,
he reasons, so why give it up to
He believes the city has made
excellent use of grants for public
projects like the industrial park
and new sewer system. The city
also plans to utilize grants for the
Bob still feels that the best
thing about the City of LaBelle is
its "small town" atmosphere. Part
of that is the ability to talk directly
to your commissioners. Even so,
he sees good in the impending
development saying, "We're
ready for it- we'll grow with it."
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Don't forget to castyour vote on-
line for the Stuck at Prom, LaBelle
Duct Tape Kids, DoriAnn Dyess and
Cy Clayton. Their colorful duck-
tape prom creations were featured
on the front page of the June 9 issue
of the Caloosa Belle. Your vote can
help them win an additional $500
dollar scholarship each. Visit the
www.ducktapeclub.com, the con-
test link, and then click on "Stuck at
Prom" They are entry number
3356, at the top of the page. One
vote per e-mail address is allowed.
The Hendry Soil and Water Con-
servation District will hold its regu-
larly scheduled Board meeting on
Thursday, June 23 at 2 p.m. at the
Dallas B. Townsend Ag. Building,
1085 Pratt Blvd.
Come out to the Pioneer VF.D.
First July Turkey Shoot on Friday
and Saturday, July 1 and 2 at 7 p.m.
Shoot for a turkey or ham. Dona-
tion for turkey is $3 and ham dona-
Widows to meet
The Widows Support Group
will, meet at Flora and Ella's
Restaurant Thursday, June 16 at
noon for lunch. All widows are
Gathering of the Christian Men
will be on June 20 at 6:30 p.m., at
the Dallas Townsend Bldg. All
interested men are welcomed.
Church of God
The LaBelle Church of God,
Hwy. 80 and Elm Street, invite all
kids to come and join the fun at
the "Construction Zone," building
character like Jesus. The program
continues through Friday, June
17, from 7-9:30 p.m.
Red Hat Society
meets for tea
The Greater Labelle Red Hat
Society (LaBelle's Ladies) will
have a tea at the home of Linda
Clark. It will be held Friday, June
17, at. 4: p.m. at '199 Caloosa
Estates Drive in LaBelle. Bring:
your teacup. There will be a
prize for prettiest cup and a
prize .for most original cup.
Wear your Red Hats and/or any
finery you wish. Anyone wishing
to join or just find out what they
do is welcome to join. Food will
be cakes, cookies, appetizers,
tea, coffee and other beverages;
Bring a friend and bring your
sense of humor. "We are just
some of your good friends you
haven't met yet." Please call
612-0868 for directions.
Family Care Council
to meet June 27
The Henry/Glades Satellite
Group will begin meeting as a
group once again in June. The
forum is in place to facilitate more
input from concerned individuals
and groups in our area about
services for children and adults
with developmental disabilities.
Please join us for this informative
meeting at the Hendry County
Health Department, 1140 Pratt
Blvd. on Monday, June 27, from
5:30-7:30 p.m. Refreshments will
be served. For more information,
please call the District 8 Family
Care council office at 239-334-
to meet June 20
Araba Shriners, A.A.O.N.M.S.,
slated meeting in June will be held
on Monday, June 20, at the Araba's
Center, 2010 Hanson St., Ft Myers. A
pre-meeting social hour and dinner,
will begin at 5 p.m. followed by the
formal meeting at 7 p.m. Those who
plan to eat dinner should make
reservations not later than Thursday,
June 16, by phoning 239-334-2226;
dinner tickets are $8 each. Addition-
al information can be obtained by
calling Araba Shriners office- 239-
334-2226-during normal business
Are flying saucers
and aliens real?
The LaBelle Heritage Museum's
members will meet at the Muse-
um, 150 South Lee Street, Saturday,
June 25, at 9 am. and depart at 9:30
(by carpool, not flying saucers) to
view the Ft. Myers Historical Muse-
um's "Roswell" exhibit. Lunch at a
popular local restaurant will follow,
followed by lively discussion on
aliens and other creepy things.
Please call the Museum at 674-0034
or Lynda at 675-1338 to make your
reservation for this unique outing.
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Caloosa Belle, Thursday, June 16, 2005
Glbert Zarate Jr.
Gilbert Zarate Jr. Little Gilbert
went to be with Jesus on Friday,
June 10, 2005. He was born in Ft.
Myers on Father's Day June 17,
1990. He lived in Immokalee and
attended Immokalee High School
where he played baseball, football
and was a member of Beta Club. He
attended First United Methodist
Church where he was a member of
Little Gilbert is survived by his
Dad, Mom and sister: Gilbert, Becky
and Jenna Zarate; his grandparents:
Ruth Glidden, JuanitaAyala, Manual
Zarate, Genaro Garcia Sr; his aunts
and uncles: Howard and Helen
Glidden, Tom and Sandy Glidden,
Cindy and Don Crabtree, James F
Jr. and Judy Glidden, Janie and
Manny Miramontes, Maria and Matt
Richards, Oscar and Trudy Ayala,
Sammy and Adriana Ayala, Melissa
Ayala; cousins: Mark, LouAnn, Joey,
Jake, Mike, Amanda, Matt, Travis,
Amy, Jimi, Tommy, Kristi, Hannah,
Dusty, Clint, Tyler, Monica, Sherri,
Jim, Rachel, Danny, Noel, Arianna,
Jaycie, James, Victoria, Miranda,
Samantha, Allie, Baby O. Brianna,
Sammy Jr. and Christian.
He was preceded in death by his
great-grandmother Tomasita Garcia
and his grandfather James. F. Glid-
The family is asking that dona-
tions be made to the First United
Methodist Church Youth Group in
Immokalee or to the Juvenile Dia-
Funeral services were held Tues-
day, June, 14 at the First United
Methodist Church in Immokalee
with internment following at the
Lee Memorial Cemetery Ft. Myers.
Brister Funeral Home was
entrusted with his care.
Zela "Nanny" Craft
Zela "Nanny" Craft, age 89, of
Moe Moe's Furniture-Auction and
Antiques of LaBelle passed away
June 9,2005, at Hope Hospice-Cape
Nanny was bom April 16,1916,
at Chelsea, Alabama, to the late
Ollie Grimes and Bertha "Whitfield"
Grimes. She has been a LaBelle area
resident for the past 33 years, com-
ing from Childesburg, Al. She was a
member of the Church of God.
Survivors include: daughters:
Patricia Sims (Jerry Fussell) of
LaBelle; Christina (Paul) Smothers
of Georgia; daughter-in-law Caro-
line Hunter of LaBelle; many grand-
children, great-grandchildren and
great-great-grandchildren. She was
preceded ih~da&thry.sohs: Douglas
and Kenneth Hufiter. g.as
Funeral Services were held Sat-
urday, at the Akin-Davis Funeral
Home Chapel LaBelle with Rev.
Bill Durden officiating. Burial will
follow at the Ft. Denaud Cemetery.
Arrangements by Akin-Davis
Funeral Home-LaBelle Chapel.
Fred Taylor, age 81, of LaBelle
died June 9, 2005, in LaBelle. Mr.
Taylor is a U.S. Army veteran and is
survived by his brother, Earl Taylor,
of LaBelle; sis-ters: Levurne Hill of
LaBelle, Cleo Taylor of Chipley and
Lllion Taylor of Mulberry. Services
were held June 11 at The Baptist
Cemetery in Immokalee. with Rev.
Ralph Nicholson officiating.
Akin-Davis Funeral Home,
LaBelle Chapel, was in charge of
Mynion Grace McCormick, age
72, died June 9, 2005, in Fort Myers.
Mrs. McCormick of Muse is survived
by her husband of 42 years, Billy
McCormick; sons: Steve
McCormick, Gary McCormick, Jay
McCormick all of Muse; daughters:
Grace Ford of LaBelle and Carol
Lambert of Lehigh Acres; brothers:
Franklin Faulk of Ruskin, Ft, Ken-
neth Faulk of Tampa, Grady Faulk of
Missouri, and Donald Faulk of
Tampa; sisters: Vera Mae Peterson
of Ruskin, Ellen Logan of Okla.,
Sharon Elkins of Lutz and Freda
Summerall of Ruskin. She is also
survived by ten grandchildren and 6
great-grandchildren. Services were
June 13 at the Church of God
LaBelle with Rev. Curtis Rhoden offi-
ciating. Interment was in Fort
Akin-Davis Funeral Home,
LaBelle Chapel is in charge of serv-
530 W. Sagamore Avenue
Clewiston, FL 33440
Fatal crashes climb to 12
Hendry County has suffered
its twelfth traffic fatality this year.
According to the Florida High-
way Patrol, on Friday, June 10,
Lorraine Marie Billy, 48, of
Moore Haven, died at Hendry
Regional Medical Center after a
crash at SR 25 (US 27) and CR
720. The crash occurred at about
The FHP reports that Ms. Billy
was driving a 2000 Dodge pick
up truck southbound on SR 25
and was attempting to turn left
onto CR 720. A 1997 Kenworth
semi, driven by Kennith Fitzger-
ald, Jr., 36, of Ellenwood, Ga.,
was northbound on the inside
lane of SR 25. Ms. Billy attempted
to cross the northbound lanes of
SR 25, veering into the semi's
path. Mr. Fitzgerald moved to the
right in an effort to avoid a colli-
sion, however, the semi's front
struck the pick up truck's right
side, causing the smaller vehicle
to spin off the roadway onto the
median. The semi traveled onto
the east shoulder, overturned
onto its right side and reentered
the northbound lanes where it
came to a rest.
Mr. Fitzgerald was, not
injured. He was wearing a seat-
belt at the time of the crash. Ms.
Billy was not wearing a seatbelt.
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ty. It is alleged that he kicked
and beat a Clewistbn man he
was attempting to stop on SR
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deputy with Hendry County,
and other deputies tried to stop
45-year-old Kenneth J. Phillips,
who was driving west on S.R,
80. Childers was arrested for
June 9, Stephen Joseph
Reynolds, 56, DUI; blood alcohol
content measured .191.
June 9, a 15-year-old juve-
nile; manufacturing cocaine, pos-
session of marijuana less that 20
grams, possession of narcotic
June 6, Steven Ray Miller, 31,
dealing in stolen property.
Ramiro Ozuno, 56, traffick-
ing in cocaine.
Francisco Hernandez, 20,
DUI; blood alcohol content meas-
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Speak out is our free 24-hour opinion line. Call 675-4516 to
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are not required to give your name. While we want you to speak
freely, the newspaper reserves the right to edit calls for clarity,
brevity, relevance and fairness.
A horse was confiscated in Montura Ranch Estates by the Hendry
County Sheriff's Office. Anyone wishing to claim the horse, or who
has any information about it, should call Charles White at 674-4060.
June 17: Noelia Martinez A'Syria James, Mariah Campbell,
June 18: Jesse Garza, III, Willie Bryan Munoz
Means, Sr., Leti Canales, Brianna June 22: Julie Acosta, Sangre
Presas, Stacy Gonzalez Henderson
June 19: Alayna Marshall, Jalis-
saCarr, Renee Burgess June 23: Martin Medrano, III,
June20: Rasheika Gardner : Breanna Marie Cardenas, Louis
June 21: Hailey L. Yzaguirre, Rodriguez
PLBU has grants get details on how to start the
Port LaBelle Unit #4 Euca- process.
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a SFWMD grant for irrigation
water conservation. If you live Plat Directory
in Port LaBelle POA Unit #4 The new Hendry/Glades 2005
and use Port LaBelle Utilities Plat Directory are available. You
water to irrigate, you may be may contact the Hendry Soil and
eligible for funding that helps Water Conservation District Office
conserve water. Call Susan at at 1085 Pratt Blvd., or call 674-
the POA office at 675-4168 to 4160or674-4161.
Joke of the Week
A nun was sitting at the airport, -at what she
waiting for her flight to Chicago. had done, she
She looked over in the corner and looked over
saw one of those weight machines at the
that tells your fortune and thought machine,
to herself, "I'll give it a try and see thinking,
what it tells me." "This is
She went over to the machine, incredible,
stepped up on the scale and put a I've got to try this again,"
quarter in, and out came a card Back to the machine she went,
that read, "ou are a nun, you put in another quarter, and another
weightl28 pounds and you are care came out. It read, "You are a
going to Chicago. nun, you weight 128 pounds, you
The nun sat back down. She are going to Chicago and you are
told herself that the machine prob- going to breakwind."
ably gives the same card to every- Now she knows te machine is
one. The more she thought about wrong as-she thought to herself,
one. The more she thought about ,
it, the more curious she got, so she Tve never broken wind in public a
decided to try it again. She went single time In my life," but getting
back to the machine and again put down off the machine she slipped,
back to the machine and again put and as she was straining to keep
her quarter in, andoutcame a card herself from falling on the floor,
that read, "You are a nun, you shebrokewind!
weight 128 pounds, you are going Absolutely stunned, she sat
to Chicago and you are going to back down ad looked at the
play a fiddle." machine: She said to herself, "This
The nun says to herself, "I know is truly remarkable! I have to try this
that is wrong, I have never played a again."
musical instrument a day in my She went back to the machine,
life." put it another quarter, and another
She sat back down. From out of card came out. She went back to
nowhere a cowboy came over and the machine, put in another quar-
sat down, putting his fiddle cases in ter and another card came out. It
the seat between them. Without read, "You are a num, you weight
thinking, she opened the cowboy's 128 pounds, you have fiddled and
case, took out the fiddle and started farted around and missed your
playing beautiful music. Surprised fight to Chicago."
Just returned from a trip with or a push pin.
my sister, Dawne. We went to This seems to
Louisiana and Mississippi. Had a follow the
great time and will have many saying "out of
funny memories to keep in our sight-out of
heads for the future. She took me mind" so
to a casino and, as an extremely keep them in
thrifty person, I only played the plain sight.
penny machines. I played for hours To hold pot lids, attach a towel
on $3 and came out $1.43 ahead. I rack to inside a cabinet door. Slide
have a real problem gambling with lids in with the knob facing out.
my hard earned money. Attach a couple of self adhesive
If you REALLY have to remem- mirror tiles to the underside of high
ber something to take somewhere cabinet shelves. You then have a
just tape the note to your keys. clear view of what's on the shelf.
Use a square, or whatever, of Sayin s: It's easier to get older
plastic canvas to put all your ear- than it is to get wiser... or.... Some
rings on. Hang it on the wall or in days you're the dog, some days
your closet with a small nail, a pin you're the hydrant.....
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At Your Service On Page 2 KExeuti Elsken
FAITH IN ACTION Heart Beats & Hands
Sometimes we don't have to
search for a blessing, it finds us. A
blessing came to FAITH IN
ACTION (FIA) in LaBelle in the
person of Bob
was born in
has been mar-
ried for 34
years and has Bob McDuffie
He sells insurance and resides in
El Jobean, Florida. He also is the
Pastor of the First Baptist Church
of El Jobean and in his spare time
enjoys reading, fishing and ball-
room dancing with his wife.
Bob first contacted FIA after
reading a Heart Beats & Hands
article in the Caloosa Belle. The
Modern Woodmen of America
honors people who are doing
BY BARBARA MARSHALL
. DEVOrD TO CAREGIVER'S ISSUE
good deeds in their own commu-
nity through their "Hometown
Heroes" program by rewarding
them with a certificate and a
donation of $100.00 to their
favorite charity. He wanted to rec-
ognize one of our volunteers,
Debby Friedman, as a Hometown
Hero for her volunteer efforts
In October of 2004, Mr.
McDuffie recognized the FIA pro-
gram and Senior Connections of
Southwest Florida for Make a Dif-
ference Day. Modern Woodmen
of America donated $750.00
worth of trees and beautification
materials to spruce up the L.J.
Nobles Senior Center for all to
enjoy during their visits to the
The generosity didn't stop
there. Bob contacted the agency
for Join Hands Day this past April.
His mission was to provide sta-
tionary and stamps for shut-ins
and he thought the FAITH IN
ACTION program would be a per-
fect match. Stamps and stationary
were purchased and are now pro-
vided to new care partners in the
program as part of their welcome
Bob McDuffie and Modern
Woodmen of America have
bestowed a huge blessing on the
For those of us who were
around and can still remember.
The year 1948 had a few special
things to remember: Columbia
introduced the long-playing 33-
1/3 rpm record, The LP (Long
Playing) record arrived on a vinyl
disk with 25 minutes per side, old
records delivered four minutes.
President Harry Truman
signed the Selective Service Act,
creating the US's first peacetime
draft and universal military train-
ing (includes ROTC).
CBS and NBC began nightly
15-minute television newscasts.
First McDonalds drive-in (San
The Ed Sullivan
television show started.
Disc brakes were introduced
Leo Fender invented the elec-
Edwin Land's Polaroid camera
printed pictures in a minute. -
The Bic ballpoint pen was
Charlie Brown, Lucy, and the
other Peanuts characters began
as Li'l Folks.
On June 19, 1948, Rudolph
and Mildred became Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Fiessler. Pioneer friends
and far-il', .- ,.ulI'l lit to congrat-,
ulate and wish many more years
of married bliss to Pioneer resi-
dents Rudolph and Mildred
Fiessler as they celebrate their
57th wedding anniversary on
Mark your calendar and get
ready to help Pioneer celebrate
the 4th of July. Neighborhood
Watch will once again sponsor
the Pioneer annual 4th of July
covered dish picnic. The picnic
will be held on Monday, July
4, from 1 p.m. until 4 p'm. There
will be games for all ages, good
food, a 50/50 drawing, door prizes
and lots of fun for everyone.
Sunday is Father's Day, a day in
which we honor our fathers. I, for
one, have been twice
blessed........Once with a won-
derful father and second with a
wonderful husband and father for
our fodr children. I found this
poem by Marilyn Ferguson and
would like to dedicate it to the
two special men in my life and to
all the other wonderful fathers on
this Father's day.
On Father's Day we take the
To turn our thoughts to Dad
Thank him for the home he
For all the things we had.
We think about the fleeting
Too quickly gone for good
It seems like only yesterday
I'd go back if I could.
A time when Dad was always
No matter what the weather
Always strong when things
He held our lives together.
He strived so hard from day to
And never once complain
With steady hands he worked
And kept the family name.
He taught us that hard work
You reap just what you sow.
He said that if you tend your
Your field will overflow.
My harvest has been bountiful
He taught me how to give
In his firm and steadfast way
He taught me how to live.
HAPPY FATHER'S DAY
Tuesday, June 28, County Com-
missioners meeting, Pioneer Com-
Monday, July 4, Annual Neigh-
borhood Watch 4th of July covered
dish picnic 1 p.m.- 4 p.m., Pioneer
Monday, July 11, Pioneer Home-
owners Association meeting, 7
p.m. Pioneer Community Center.
Birthday wishes to Roseann
Sanchez, June 15; Aishia Sey-
mour, June 16; Allen Hoffman and
Phillip Parmer, June 17; Jessica
Hubbard, June 21; Joseph McCall
and Steven Hubbard, June 23.
Happy anniversary to: Tommy
and Michelle Woosley, June 16;
Rudolph and Mildred Fiessler, June
19; Mel and Patty Brant, June 22.
Manliness consists not in bluff,
bravado or lordliness. It consists
in daring to do the right and facing
consequences, whether it is in
matters social, political or other. It
consists in deeds, not in
words. -Mahatma Ghandi
Flooded ditches bring health hazards
The first few days of summer
break brought torrential rainfall to
South Florida. While it may be
impossible to keep kids out of the
mud and puddles, there are some
health concerns to keep in mind.
Never leave children unsuper-
vised, even when they are playing
in their own yard. Small children
can drown in a small amount of
water. An overflowing drainage
ditch can be tempting to a child,
and may be deeper than it looks.
Flooded pastures can make it
difficult to see exactly where a
pond starts and ends. Children
playing or riding ATVs in a flood-
ed area may find themselves
falling into a deep pond.
Flood waters may also bacte-
ria and toxins. Rain water drain-
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COFFO board to
meet June 24
The Coalition of Florida Farm-
worker Organization, Inc. will meet
on Friday, June 24, at 10 a.m., at the
Main Office at 778 West Palm Drive
in Florida City.
Report cards, FCAT
scores at LMS
Report cards and FCAT scores
are available for pick-up Monday
Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at the LaBelle Middle School office.
those students who had report
cards mailed, one additional FCAT
sheet is available. It can be
picked up at the office.
fries cut back
The American Legion Friday fish
frywillbe held ONLY on the first Fri-
day of the month during the sum-
mer until October. (July 1, Aug. 5
and Sept. 2.)
Foster parents needed
Network of Southwest Florida, the
community based care division of
Camelot Community Cars, Inc. is
holding a an orientation on "How
to become a Foster Parent/Adop-
tive Parent on Tuesday, June 21, at
the Department of Children and
Families, 485 East Cowboy Way,
LaBelle, at 6 p.m..
with Katrina Elsken
ing across backyards, pastures
and roadways may contain ani-
mal feces, insecticides, herbi-
cides, fertilizers and fuel residue.
It will also pick up natural bacte-
ria that is in the soil.
Children often see any water
as a place to play or swim, but
storm drainage is not clean water.
Camelot Community Care, Inc.
serves as the lead agency to transi-
tion child welfare services to the
private sector in Collier, Lee, Char-
lotte, Hendry and Glades counties.
Camelot Community Care, Inc,
has partnered with Family Preser-
vation Services, Lutheran Services
of Florida, Ruth Cooper Center for
Behavioral Health Care and the
Florida Baptist Children's Home to
recruit more foster families in our
five county regions.
For those interested in becom-
ing a foster/adoptive family, please
VBS at community
Hey kids! Get ready for an
amazing journey to Africa as you
explore the "Serengeti Trek," a fun
filled adventure. Here you will dis-
cover wild animals, enjoy inspira-
tional Bible lessons, watch chal-
lenging videos, participate in
action songs and games, create
great crafts and enjoy delicious
snacks. This will all take place at
the church located at 55 Orange
Street (across from the rodeo
grounds on Hwy 29) beginning at
11 a.m. on Sunday morning, June
19. Then, from Monday through
Thursday, June 20-23, they will
meet from 6:30 until 9:10 p.m. All
kids completing K-5th grade are
invited to attend. Call the church
at 675-0938 for more information.
Family Care Council
to meet June 27
The Henry/Glades Satellite
Group will begin meeting as a
group once again in June. The
forum is in place to facilitate more
input from concerned individuals
and groups in our area about serv-
Swallowing any of the drainage
water could make them sick. If
they have any cuts or scrapes, it
could also lead to infection. If
despite your efforts to keep them
safe, you find your children have
been playing in the stormwater,
make sure they shower well with
an anti-bacterial soap, and check
for any cuts or scrapes that might
Another health hazard associ-
ated with flooding comes from
insects that breed in standing
water. Mosquitoes can carry dis-
eases such as West Nile virus. If
you have standing water in your
yard, take precautions to protect
your family against mosquito
bites. Drain water from contain-
ers such as flower pots and wad-
ices for children and adults with
developmental disabilities. Please
join us for this informative meet-
ing at the Hendry County Health
Department, 1140 Pratt Blvd. on
Monday, June 27th from 5:30-7:30
p.m. Refreshments will be served.
For more information, please call
the District 8 Family Care council
office at 239-334-CARE (2273).
Don't pass on
old cell phones
E911 Coordinator Robin
McLean is warning people that
cell phones over about four years
old are not phase 2 compatible -
that is, they cannot be tracked by
the E911 system. Parents, in par-
ticular, should be aware that if
they purchase new cell phones,
they should not pass their old
ones down to their children.
The Summer Film Festival
begins after school lets out. Each
family-oriented movie of 24 show-
ings is enjoyed by about 650
adults and kids, free of charge
because of the generosity of the
community. Sponsorships are
$120. If you would like to con-
tribute to this wholesome family
event, please call 675-0900.
troupe begins season
Attention, Youth! If you are
between the ages of 10-16, and
are interested in live theater, come
and join the Dalmatian Youth
Troupe this summer. You will be
receiving instruction in all aspects
of theater, including acting,
improvisation, dance, stage direc-
ing pools. If it is not possible to
drain the standing water, there are
some chemical treatments avail-
able that will kill insect larvae.
Another option for ponds is to
add more fish. Fish eat insect lar-
vae and help control the mosqui-
Keep children indoors at peak
mosquito-biting times, such as
the hour before and after sunset.
Outdoors wear long sleeves and
use insect repellant.
Before making any change in
your diet or exercise plan, consult
your doctor. This is especially
important if you are on any pre-
scription medications. Some
drugs interact badly with foods
that would otherwise be consid-
tion, set design and construction,
costume design and construction,
and lighting and sound. The stu-
dents will have hands-on training
in set construction and costum-
The program will begin on
June 1 and will end up with per-
formances on July 9-10. Classes
will be held Mon.-Thurs. from 3
p.m. until 7 p.m., and Saturday
9:30 until 12:30. Cost will be $45
per child, which includes a $5 reg-
istration fee (which makes you a
member of the Firehouse Cultural
Center). Scholarships are avail-
Registration has begun and
will close June 3rd. Class size will
be restricted to 25 students. For
more information please contact
Michael Gatch at (863) 675-0853
or Barbara Miller at (863) 675-
Drop tabs off at Legion
The Dana Howard Weekley
American Legion Post 130 is team-
ing up with the Ronald McDonald
House Charities Pop Tab Collec-
tion Program. The local American
Legion Post, along with 14,600
other posts within the United
States, the District of Columbia,
France, the Philippines, Mexico
and Puerto Rico will join forces
collecting pop top tabs which will
be redeemed for cash. The money
will be used at a participating
Ronald McDonald House pro-
gram to help provide a home-
away-from-home environment for
financially challenged families
with seriously ill or injured chil-
dren who must undergo medical
treatment at a children's hospital
away from home.
Please drop off your pop top
tabs at the American Legion Post
130,699 State Road 80.
FAITH IN ACTION in LaBelle pro-
gram. He sets a great example of
how each person can make a dif-
ference in the lives of many in
their own unique way.
If you know of someone who
may need assistance or would
like to become a FAITH IN
ACTION volunteer please call Bar-
bara Marshall at (863) 675-1446
or Liz Taylor at (863) 983-7088.
FAITH IN ACTION is a Senior Con-
nections of Southwest Florida
program with funding from the
United Way of Hendry & Glades
Counties and the Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation. Senior Con-
nections of Southwest Florida,
Inc., a United Way partner agency,
receives state and federal grants
through the Area Agency on
Aging for SW FL, Dept. of Elder
Affairs, and donations from indi-
viduals and groups in order to
assist the elderly in our rural com-
munities maintain a better quality
Caloosa Belle, Thursday, June 16, 2005
Caloosa Belle, Thursday, June 16,2005
Men's health fair June 23
What's your blood pressure?
Have you had it checked? Is it nor-
mal or high? What is a normal
blood pressure? What's your body
fat density? What is the percentage
of fat versus muscle in your body?
Have you had a PSA test for prostate
cancer? How about your choles-
terol? What is a good cholesterol
Do you need some tips on being
a good father, heart disease and
stroke, diabetes and pre-diabetes,
HIV prevention or just taking care of
yourself? Some information on
what to do and know after a hurri-
cane has passed?
These questions and more can
be answered for you at the Second
Annual Men's Health Fair at the
Hendry County Health Department
on Thursday, June 23, from 4 until 7
p.m. Local health professionals will
help you celebrate National Men's
Health Week by offering free
screenings and lots of health infor-
This is an easy way to take
advantage of opportunity to receive
good information from profession-
als at no cost. What you don't
know can hurt you. Be a take
charge guy and bring your friends
and join in learning how to take
care of yourself.
Please plan to join in the cele-
bration of Men's Health Week. For
more information call 674-4041 Ext
127 (Mary Ruth Prouty) or Ext 128
starr pnoto/uonna Meisier
Pastor Mike Carr has been ministering at the Faith Worship
Center, on Hwy. 78, an Independent Pentecostal Church
since January 2005. He also owns and operates Carr Land-
scape, Irrigation and Sod Company in Collier, Lee and
Staff photo/Donna Meister
Greater LaBelle Chamber of Commerce Secretary Sara
Townsend is happy to help you.
Chamber of Commerce
has a new secretary.
By Donna Meister also a "people person," and she
Sara Townsend has been on a enjoys talking with people, espe-
roller coaster for the past few years cially about her hometown of
when it comes to employment. LaBelle.
Whatever! Her position as the new Her plans are to promote the
Chamber secretary, appears to be a local Chamber businesses, to add
perfect fit for her. The Chamber is new members and to provide accu-
lucky to have someone who knows rate information to newcomers in
so much about the area and who the area. She fields several phone
lives here because she chooses to. calls a day from people looking for
Sara grew up in LaBelle, she all kinds of information including,
knows the people, the area, what of course, calls from real estate
they need and want. Working retail, investors.
she spent 12 years as the Garden Sara said, "This job is fun and I
Center Manager at Ace'Hardware. actually enjoy coming to work
She is extremely knowledgeable everyday. I like helping people."
when it comes to horticulture and Check out the chamber's web
landscape design. However, she is site: www.labellechamber.com
What does landscape design
have to do with preaching you ask?
Well, it's a living!
Pastor Mike Carr has more work
than he really wants, even after sell-
ing half of his business to his son.
He feels it is finally at this time in his
life that he can focus on the impor-
tant things- ministering to the peo-
ple. It's just in his blood. His father,
Vernon Carr, was the Pastor at First
Assembly of God in Immokalee for
over 20 years. Uncle Wendell
Rimes was the Pastor at Faith
Chapel in LaBelle for 16 years
before he retired. Pastor Carr and
wife Arlene preach sermons, evan-
S gelize, they are the youth directors
and he plays the keyboard and
base. They are looking for more
musicians and teachers, by the
way. The church has been growing
and they are in revival every
evening this week. Sunday morn-
ing services are: Sunday School at
10 a.m., Sunday services at 11 a.m.
and 6 p.m. and also Wednesday
evening service at 7 p.m.
Mike and Arlene Carr spent a
year teaching at a Boy's and Girl's
Club Facility in a small rural town in
North Carolina, near Lake Wacca-
maw. They were house parents
and taught life skills for troubled
youth, ages 13-18. After their sav-
ings was gone, because of the
menial salaries, they came back to
Florida and their rental properties.
Pastor Carr also spent 10 years
in the Army, with two stints living in
Germany with his four children,
and wife Arlene. Arlene is from
Sopchoppy (south of Tallahassee);
she graduated from FSU and this
year completed a year of teaching
English at LaBelle Middle School,
after first teaching one year in
Clewiston. While growing up Pas-
tor Carr spent several years in
Immokalee. Carr graduated from
Lely High School's first graduating
class in 1975. At a young age he
was working his own lawn care
business and making more money
than other teens his age that
worked at grocery stores.
If you don't have a church
home or are looking for a new one,
give the Faith Worship Center a try
at 3078 North River Road, (just east
of Shell Lane) or call Pastor Carr at
673-0507 ifyou have questions.
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Greg Bone retiring from Winn Dixie after 23 years
By Jerri Lynn Merritt
There's been a consistent
theme running through Greg
Bone's work and personal life for
the past 23 years and its "SER-
Greg is retiring after 23 years of
service at the Winn Dixie Super-
market here in LaBelle. "I began
working at Winn Dixie in early
1982 the same year that I graduat-
ed from LaBelle High School, said
Greg, at Winn Dixie I worked my
way from being a bagger in high
school to store Co-manager a
position that I have had for the
past 9 years here in LaBelle."
When asked what he liked best
for Winn Dixie,
he said, he
of his job and
the service he
provided to his
like the service
aspect of it," he
says. I have Greg Bone
in the Felda and LaBelle area
since I was 5 years old and my
family still lives and works here.
Greg and his wife Patricia have
three sons Randy age 18, Gabriel
age 16 and their newest addition
Isaac who is just two years old.
Greg said that after working for
the largest Grocery chain in Flori-
da for 23 years it was time for a
change. "I have always been
interested in real estate, he said,
so I decided that I would like to
obtain my real estate license".
With the support of his family
Greg's past few vacations from
the store were really not vacations
at all as Greg went to real estate
school and took his licensure
classes and testing.
Almost two years ago Greg
began working for Southern
Land as a part time associate.
"The more that I worked the
busier I became, until I finally
decided that this is what I would
most like to be doing for a
career," he said. I enjoyed my
years at Winn Dixie and all of the
people that I have met over the
years. I look forward to working
with them and helping them
now, in a different more personal
way and still continuing my SER-
VICE to the wonderful people
who live here and the ones who
are now choosing to make our
area their new home.
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Longhorn scholar balances athletics, academics
Just look around. There are
lots of great kids around this
town. For instance, 11-year-old
Thomas Allen is a perfect exam-
Thomas is a LaBelle Longhorn
football player who was honored
April 23 in Orlando by the South-
east Region Pop Warner for his
selection as First Team Regional
He's the son of Randy and
Luann Allen of LaBelle and has a
two-year-old sister, Emily.
Thomas was one of 35 young-
sters from grades 5-8 chosen for
their academic achievement as
well as extracurricular and com-
munity involvement. Thomas is
going into the seventh grade next
year at LaBelle Middle School.
The first level of Pop Warner
scholar recognition was per-
formed by the Peace River Con-
ference, for which a number of
LaBelle youths were recognized.
A banquet was held in Port Char-
lotte in February presenting cer-
tificates and medals to the schol-
ars. It was attended by some of
the honorees and their families.
The conference then qualifies
scholars to compete regionally.
The Southeast recognition
banquet honored the athletes
with certificates, medals and T-
shirts. The children were greeted
in the certificate presentation by
the National Pop Warner Scholas-
tics Coordinator. The athletes
were also given the opportunity
to meet Robert Weathers, a for-
mer New England Patriot, after
his inspirational speech directed
to both youth athletes and youth
coaches. The regional recogni-
tion is more competitive than the
National, due to the limits set on
the number of honorees.
Thomas has also been chosen
as a Second Team All American,
placing him in the top one per-
cent of the 380,000 children
involved in Pop Warner for the
2004-2005 season. A National
banquet was held in Anaheim,
California, Memorial Day week-
This was Thomas' second
year of eligibility in the scholar
program and his, second year
achieving all three levels of
honor. Thomas has been an ath-
lete with the Longhorn organiza-
tion for six consecutive seasons,
balancing academics and athlet-
He says he really likes to play
quarterback perhaps because
the position combines physical
and mental agility. He also enjoys
baseball. This straight A Braves
fan's favorite positions on the ball
diamond are pitcher and catcher.
Staff photo/Donna Meister
Once a beautiful majestic oak tree.....
This huge oak tree was yet another victim of the recent heavy rains. The beautiful oak
tree, well over 100 years old, fell sideways onto Cypress Street off of Ft. Thompson
Ave. Saturday, June 11. Apparently, its root system had been growing in a drainage
ditch filled with water and the weight at the top pulled the tree over. City water lines
were damaged and had to be repaired on Saturday. City workers were on hand Mon-
day morning dismantling the tree.
Learn martial arts
Bushi Kan Martial Arts School
offers classes in martial arts for kids
and adults at LaBelle Program Cen-
ter. The center isolated at Favor St.
and Hwy. 29S. Class times are Mon-
day 7,-9 p.m. and Tuesday from
3:30-4:30 p.m. For other informa-
tion, call 675-4130.
Learn to clog
Summer clogging class is now
being offered at LaBelle Program
Center. Adult beginners class will
be held on Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m.
starting June 28.
Children beginners class will be
held on Thursdays at 5:15 p.m.
starting June 30.
If you have any questions, call
Sign up for
Southwest Universe All-stars
would like to invite anyone inter-
ested in cheering to come and try
one free cheer class. There are four
different cheer teams. They are the
K & under, 2nd grade & under, 6th
grade & under and our 12th grade
& under. Come out to the gym,
located in the old Lions bldg., on
Jaycee/Lions Blvd. There will be
there to welcome all new sign-ups
on Tuesday between 5 p.m. and 9
p.m. and Thursdays between 4
p.m. and 8 p.m. throughout the
entire summer. There are also a
limited number of spaces left in the
tumbling classes, so don't miss
out. For further information please
contact Tammy at 863-675-1858.
At this time, deposits have been
sent for tennis team members to
attend the University of Florida Ten-
nis Camp in Gainesville June 26-
June 30. Additional funds are still
needed and anyone looking to
sponsor or to contribute to the
camp costs would be greatly
SHERRI AND BONNIE DENNING
WHEN WE REALLY
GO TO WORK
First, the willing and able
buyers show up with an offer on
your home, and then the negoti-
ations begin, hopefully culmi-
nating in a meeting of the minds.
The Realtor cannot just sit back
and relax at this point because
the "glue" that holds each trans-
action together often seems for-
mulated to self destruct and fly
We hope there are no sur-
prises during the home and also
the termite inspections. Then
we hold our breath and pray
that the appraiser thinks the
house is worth as much as the
buyer and seller do. As the buy-
ers make their loan application,
we cross our fingers that the
credit report reveals they are
compulsive early bill payers.
Rarely is a transaction complet-
ed without a few problems. A
Realtor's professional skills
come into play primarily during
the time between contract ratifi-
cation and the closing. At this
point, we use our creativity,
patience and negotiating skills
to give your sale a happy ending.
Sherri's daughter, Bonnie, a
C.P.A., brings her expertise to form a
dynamic team ready to serve all your
real estate needs.
For professional advice on all
aspects of buying or selling real estate,
contact Bonnie or Sherri at Southern
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administration, education, and
nursing. Florida Southern has a
14:1 student/faculty ratio, provides
strong student/faculty mentorship
programs, boasts 24 NCAA Divi-
sion II national championships,
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largest single-site collection of
Frank Lloyd Wright architecture.
Pat Swope, left, is receiving a $300 check from Kiwanian
Jackie Foster, Human and Spiritual Aims committee mem-
ber. Center is Winnie Holland, president-elect. Pat will
travel to Guatamala this month to minister art and music
to orphan children.
Michael and Marlene Ander-
son of LaBelle are proud to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Mykah Michael. She
was born on April 14, 2005 at Gulf
Coast Hospital in Ft. Myers.
Mykah weighed 6 pounds and
13.2 ounces and was 20 inches
long at birth.
Mykah has a brother, Chase,
and a sister, Jessica.
S Maternal grandparents are
SRon and Marilyn Buehne of Kell,
Ill. Paternal grandparents are Teri
SPregge and E.J. Anderson both of
SLaBelle. Great grandparents are:
John and Mary Blankenship of
Kell, Ill. and Betty Pregge of Lake
Savana Nicole Harrington
was born May 6, 2005, at 5:45
a.m. at Gulf Coast Hospital. The
young lady weighed 6 pounds,
15.2 ounces, and was 20
1/2inches long at birth.
Her proud parents are Sun-
shine Tull and Michael Harring-
ton of LaBelle. She has two sis-
ters, Dominique and Miklynn
Harrington of LaBelle and two
brothers, Michael Harrington of
Laelle and Justin Hayes of North
Her grandparents are Charles
and Pat Tull of Savannah, Ga;
Gwen Harrington and Ronnie
Harrington, both of LaBelle.
S Faith in Action new volunteer
Orientation will be held in
LaBelle on June 28 at 2 p.m., and
.in Clewiston at the Clewiston
; Senior Center on June 30 at 2
p.m. Bring a friend. Faith in
Action program in Clewiston is
still collecting blankets to equip
the Persons with Special Needs
SShelter at John Boy auditorium.
STo help, bring a new twin-sized
Blanket to our Clewiston Senior
SCenter next to the auditorium
Between 8-5 M-F. Call Liz at
S(863) 983-7088 for more infor-
Come to flea market
SThe next Trash & Treasures
Flea Market will be held on June
24 from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at the L.J.
Nobles Senior Center in LaBelle.
For more information or to make
a donation call (863)675-1446.
All proceeds to benefit the Faith
in Action in LaBelle program.
Family Caregiver Support
Groups in June will feature the
new Social Security Medication
Program information. Join us to
learn about the new medication
program and get assistance fill-
ing out the paperwork properly.
The next meeting will take place
in LaBelle on June 15, at 4 p.m.
at the L.J. Nobles Senior Center
(863) 675-1446; in Clewiston on
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June 22 at 4 p.m. at the Clewis-
ton Senior Center (863)983-
7088; in Moore Haven on June
S29 at 4 p.m. at the Moore Haven
I Senior Center (863)946-1821.
Exercise classes every M-W-F at
LJ Nobles Senior Center from 9-
10 am. All are welcome.
to help elders
Insurance counseling with a
trained SHINE (Seniors Helping
with Insurance Needs of Elders)
counselor is available every
Wednesday morning free of
charge at Nobles Center and in
Moore Haven at Senior Connec-
tions offices. Legal help from
Florida Rural Legal Services is
available at the Nobles Senior
Center in LaBelle on the second
Wednesday of each month from
9:30-11:30 a.m. (Must call 675-
1446 to make appointment)
help for older adults
Disaster funds are still avail-
able to help older adults living in
Hendry and Glades counties
who continue to need assistance
with such issues as roof repair,
debris removal, insurance
. deductibles, appliance repair or
replacement, chore work, etc.
Elders in need of help due to the
hurricanes of last summer can
speak with a specially trained
outreach worker in Clewiston on
Monday and Tuesdays, 983-
7088) and LaBelle Wednesday
through Friday (675-1446.)
Staff photo/Patty Brant
Sheriff Ronnie\Lee and Jack Milholland, president of the
LaBelle Rotary Club, discuss the club's service project that
provides medical information to emergency workers when it
is needed most.
When EMTs and paramedics
are called to your residence, time is
important. So is the availability of
medical information such as what
medications the patient is currently
taking, the patient's doctors and
their phone numbers, allergies,
.blood type and insurance informa-
tion for the patient.
That is exactly the information
provided on a handy pamphlet that
can be stuck right up on your refrig-
erator next to the grandchildren's
art work and those cute little refrig-
erator magnets. The pamphlets are
a project of Rotary Club Interna-
tional and is being impleniented by
Rotarians all over. Clubs from
Rotary District 6960 Area 4, includ-'
ing LaBelle, Clewiston,
Immokalee, LeHigh and Fort
Myers, are distributing these poten-
tially life saving pamphlets.
Also included is such informa-
tion as "Do you have a living will?,"
"Do you have a notarized Do Not
Resuscitate Order?" and where
they are located. There is also a
place for names and numbers of
friends and family members to
notify in cases of emergency.
All this information is necessary
to ensure the patient gets the best
treatment right away, and is even
more important when the patient
is unable to communicate with
It's easy to get one of these free
medical information pamphlets,
complete with the sleeve that sticks
to the refrigerator. They are being
distributed through many groups
and churches. You can also contact
any Rotarian or just go to the sher-
The LaBelle Rotary Club has
some 30 members and continues
its LaBelle Nature Park project. On
July 15, Mel Karau took over as
president of the LaBelle club while
Mr. Milholland becomes a District
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Caloosa Belle, Thursday, June 16,2005
Palmdale Post Office, almost the smallest
By Barbara Oehlbeck
Way south on State Road 27
near Fisheating Creek there is a
small settlement called Palm-
dale. It's rather obvious where
the name came from. It's all but
blanketed with palm trees,
mostly cabbage palms, more
accurately called Sabal Palms,
which just happens to be the
state tree of Florida. Whatever
else Palmdale does not have, it
does have its own post office.
Throughout Florida, and
beyond, the tiny Ochope post
office on the Tamiami Trail is
known as the smallest post
office in the state and even in the
And so what about the Palm-
dale Post Office? While it may be
difficult to prove, it's said to be
next to the smallest. No house-
to-house delivery is made from
.the Palmdale Post office, only "in
house" postal services, which
does not include international
money orders nor pass ports as
larger post offices do.
Originally, the Palmdale Post
Office was located in Peck Stalls'
store, now the all but deserted
large two-story building at the
corner of Rt. 27 and Broadway
Street that runs east into the
heart of Palmdale. At that time
Mr. Stalls was the postmaster.
Long time resident of Palm-
dale Mike Haught knows a lot
about the Palmdale Post Office.
He says, "As far as I know, the
post office was first located in
Sthe big, two-story building fac-.
ing Rt. 27 which Peck Stalls
owned. He was the postmaster
for a long time. It's well known
that the mail delivery man from
Fort Myers brought the mail
early every morning, long before
the sun cast its shine over Palm-
dale. He'd drive up in front of the
store, take out his key and open
a big wooden box that sat right
there in the open. He'd throw
the sack of mail in it, lock the
box and be on his way. That box
was three to four feet long and
most any time o' day you could
see old men sitting' on it, chewin'
tobacco and swappin' stories.
Young boys who lived around
here had their own ideas of that
box and the old men who sat on
it. ,This went on for year and
"When Peck would open the
store in the morning he'd go out,
S-unlock the box, get the mail, put
it up and go on about running
the store, cussing like h-l. The
post office was in the left hand
corner as you enter the store. He
did a good job with the mail, but
old Peck couldn't stand it if
somebody in Palmdale got a let-
ter from someone he didn't
know about. When the person
the letter was addressed to got
the letter it was perfectly obvi-
ous that it had been opened,
then resealed with tape or glue,
and across the back was written:
Opened by mistake....
"There were gas pumps out
front and over the pumps hung a
Small porch. From that porch
Peck could see all over Palm-
dale...see everybody and every-
Sthing that went on. That was a
Back in those days, every-
body lived on credit. Lykes' cow-
boys all ran tabs at the store as
well as most everyone in Palm-
dale. "Old Peck talked in a high,
whiney -voice. Now when the
cowboys got paid I think once
.a month -- he'd cash their
checks, take out wvhat they
owed, they'd get a whole bunch
of groceries like Spam and Vien-
na sausage and such...back on
the tab again and that was con-
tinuous, month after month.
After about a week they'd be
broke again, raisin' h-1 trying' to
borrow money to see 'em
through to the end of the month.
About this time, old Peck would
say in his high-pitched voice,
'You go down to the Oasis and
spend your money on liquor and
beer and you come back here
and wanna borrow my money -
how much you want?' He never
caught a breath between telling
those cowboys what they did
and asking how much they
The store sold a little of every-
thing except beer. "Well, there
come a time when Peck said he
was gonna sell the store. Now
the people who were interested
in buying planned to sell beer
and that wouldn't work with a
post office in the building. (But it
was well known that Peck kept
his little jug in the cold drink
Mike Haught recalls that final-
ly a deal was struck and the store
was sold to Geno Morritti from
Chicago. Eventually the post
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office was relocated a short dis-
tance east of the old store on
These are just a few Palmdale
pages from the past...the foun-
dation of what is today.
Since 1998, its postmaster,
that is, its postmistress, affec-
tionately known as the Princess
of Palmdale, is Evelyn Sapp, Mrs.
Jerry (Gator) Sapp. His given
name is Jerry but far and wide
he's always been called "Gator."
This devoted husband let the
word out not long ago that not
only is his wife, The Princess, the
Palmdale Postmistress, she is
also a poet. And he pulled from
his pocket one of her poems -
his favorite, written over 30 years
Since we're now in the
month of June, the following by
the Princess of Palmdale seems
While looking at a
rosebud...innocent and sweet,
I didn't notice all the fallen
petals at my feet.
Another rose half opened
looked up at me to, say
I'll reach my journey's end if I
can last another day.
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improve the quality of drinking water for our customers for years.
New technology will allow the water plant to grow with us. The
current plant does have excess capacity, although it does have
issues. Just like you, I want our water clean, clear and safe.
In less than a month, the City of LaBelle will be submitting an
application for a grant and low interest loan to the Rural Utility
Service to fund the plant. Once we have a commitment The City
will build a new water treatment plant (2.5 million gallon a day)
similar to reverse osmosis
I have heard you. The City Commission has heard you. We all
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Once we have the funding, we can begin construction. Once
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to help pay for this plant. Developers' will be contributing their
share of the funding. Low interest loans and grants will do the
Being Mayor is full time. My workday as Mayor begins at 7:30,
meeting with City staff then continues throughout the day. For
me, it's 7 hours a day Monday through Friday and at least 3 hours
over the weekend. Being Mayor is a full time labor of love that I
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country charm. 4BR12BA home sits on 14 acre. Roof and
appliances are less than 2 years old. 3 oen porches +1
screened ptEM Wu I tFnlal workshop
has electric. h'tS om h as his and her walk-in cos-
ets. This spacious home with 2.152 square feet was built in
NEV'CbZgftICTOTT --%ffiW splitf froor-pian- 56
under air, 2,454 total Sq. ft, Hardiplank concrete siding,
spacious kitchen with oak cabinets, solid surface counter-
tops and pantry, carpet and tile flooring, French doors to
lanai, his and her master closets, master bath has separate
his & her sinks, shower and garden tub, indoor utility with
extra shelving. To be completed by Jutlyj5 Only $225,000.
Bont-CBM'iiA h r Pemi i h t rThi i2YAIhas
updated kitchen, Florida room and fenced in yard. Plenty of
storage space and abundant frput trees. $1l70,00:;
19i go s omewi1h ija nT f tireslle,
capet with oHS E 5 fil t d an 18xl8'
year. New etl aW t RBcs, new 14X24
screened lanai lus an above round pool. On$149,900.
Cle~in wenrtfiptousefii'Teen t an biack poirches with
tile flooring. Pretty yard with fruit and shade trees.
Bring the horses, 3BR12BA MH on 5.82 fenced acres w/2
ponds and nice soak ,H ,Mjala r ceilings, split
floor plan, lll)ia ~,Nlg! tfleplace, builtin
bookcases, large closet, master bath has separate tub and
4BR1SSM on' seifdufed acdres icon)ideerftahaiibon.
Property can be subdivided into 2 homesites. Approximately
2,000 sq. ft. under air. Large open wooded deck. Many fruit
trees on property. Sf245~0.
38 l'og cab imanuti- redfoine 6ii'6-T acrestat
is fenced an j ggesVRtli lf Rfe built-in enter-
tainment cS 7 F a ThIis the perfect country
retreat on a ivate road. $212.00.
complete rec5DBI W lil ft W c' on 5+/- acres,
2B4 And r&eoi wr S i e fnlioeyed,
Tile floors, gailMlHi Rlt lf Fruit trees storage
sed, Greatg fr 5 acres In Muse with mobile. $150,000,
Coinenieni to towe 2 i'i iii edI reomTarge fa i ij m,
hottubon =I PeFdtllSlItfW-J* pae dico-
"t drleway, i p curc ihigseTia5Li trees iniatio
system and completefenced, 145000, .
Wordea1T areis'n-icj ywRoaelB' -----ompleley
fenced, enjoyjil IlMc BR/2BA man-
Large warehouse on 4.85 acres located in LeHigh Acres with great
potential. 400 amp, 3 phase electric service and 4' well with 3
phase pump is in place. Six loading docks on front side of building
Drive in rampat back of building Entergrse zone. $500,000.
Induiirstl' corrihi iidf ipve aicessTloctated iust 3
miles from downtown LaBelle. 2,400 sq. ft. steel building
located on 4.65 acres. $850,000,
Sfronmif 1 iiE j W0itoi0T9S el"' 0W.y"80
fron" tat 2? ,0
40 acres in Muse off of Secretariat 112 mile from paved
road, Hunting cabin with hot & cold water to enjoy the out-
doors. Completely fenced. 4,500+/- Live Oak trees planted
on 18-19 acres ranging in age from 18-24 months. Laser
leveled land. Fields were engineered for drainage. Water
permits in place. Cypress head on 6-7 acres. With all this,
the wildlife is abundant Great place to get away and get
back to nature. Provides endless privacy. $2,225,00.
48"acreVlr %isioftaiiiel.biive6,Has power pole run
to property. Oak hammock, cypress and palmettos. Creek
through NE of property $1,100,000.
Acra hira 7t,'. acres'orgoieous'acreagelat-
ed in Muse. AlraariLup airl way with an
older single-willlbIbA'WiRP ,wth the turkey
and deer. This parcel consists of pasture, oaks, pines and
cypress. This will not laston, priced to sell at$649,800.
Paia'iBc6iieare Wa8es peict'oForuT hol'ij tafbe
split for two homesites with final county plat approval.
20ikaCiojrpivcy-bild your estate oiiniifsdiareartcel,
located just west of Kirby Thompson Road. Plenty of priva-
cy et close to LaBelle and Alva. $260,000
Escarpet the coun.n l aieeon akeeti asAan-
quil setting for N 1EbIWOJ TR and sounds
of nature your private retreat$240,000
5-ctae on a'cyAtran-
5 acre-s 1 onl i ie$" iii mile y
form Pioneer l Rllllltl ill A real
deal at $98,50.
Wooded acres P ana on paved rod -
Property is plllM Reu e N IMA Twell (needs
pump)&Is read fo your home or MH. $95,000.
4 sepirfe -'a- i parcelS o'cfibos effon-tiria,
Access is undetermined at this time for each parcel. Seller
is selling land in as is" condition. $90,000 each lot.
5 s oniaP fe.
accessible raBi,, A
6 minlficeift ace B me eoprestsigus ,
road priced at $85,000 r acre, owners will not spit.
2.5 tiaillyc ior mas
1/2 acre buildable lot in Lehih Acres. 69,900.
Bu0idil f un
Pt.LT'e e .ijai fr ' .."
3BR/2BA singlewide MH for rent, available July 1st.
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Caloosa Belle, Thursday, June 16, 2005 11
Local projects win grant awards from FGCU
The Southwest Comprehen-
sive System of Personnel Develop-
ment at Florida Gulf Coast Univer-
sity announced has awarded
eight grants of approximately
$5,000 each. Five are targeted at
building capacity in schools and
three at early childhood-related
programs developed as collabo-
rative efforts to bring research to
Hendry County Schools: for
training of ESE Teachers and
Guidance Counselors in the
Standing Up for Me Curriculum.
Collier County Schools: for
"Applied Behavior Analysis and
Language Instruction for Children
and Adults with Developmental
Disabilities Including Autism"
school: to train teachers on use of
the Classroom Performance Sys-
tem focusing on 233 students in
inclusive classroom settings.
Charlotte County Public
Schools: for training of approxi-
mately 45 teachers as school-
based teams and/or individual
innovators in resource develop-
FGCU College of Education:
for "Tracking Alternatively Certi-
fied Teachers" to study their effec-
tiveness and solicit employer sat-
FDLRS/lsland Coast: for pro-
vision of informational tools and
materials concerning early child-
hood development and resources
ARE YOU STILL PAYING RENT?
WHY WITH DEALS
Southern Land Real Estate
Welcomes Emily Allen.
Her position as Transaction
Specialist for The Denning Group.
S So utrn
Investments & Real Estate
700 Main Street
I'nl .IF,'- | l 'l 3935" ,
VISIT US ON THE WEB AT WWW.OAKREALTYINC.COM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT RENTALS SALES
CINDY L. ALEXANDER
SLIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER
233 N. BRIOu ST
ON THE CORNER OF
BRIDGE ST &
calim t I. WASHINGTON
RtVTAIS COMWLC VAII A41 t details
LARGE 3/2/1 IN PORT LABELLE $800/M. .,r ii i n
NO PETS A MUST I. i, '.', nIanufac
HliOMES.itfORit tared home with carport on 3+/, acres.
NEW. LISTING IN PORT LABELLE This Includes fireplace, breakfast nook. retreat off
3Bedroom/2Bathll Car garage home sits on a master Ixdroom. front and back porch,
beautifully landscaped .25 acre lot untcr th I'roperty also has 2100 sq. ft barn. Call today
prestigousoaskoflaBelkl Homciswell main. i .., ir. .ir. \ 1i.-, !: io.900.
tied with updated appliances. Asking I'; \11I t l I l RI\\\ Oi(11 lANE 101
$135,000. Acres +/- ih wi ood fire house. Being sold
3BEDIROOM/2BATH/1 CAR GARAGE sits 's Is" (.! IT I T, Lil
oin he.iurilnl .orn io [ l 1 l o ,. i [ih k n.it trees (C M -tt i
end itl 1. block away from the golf course (11i.11 I .1 I\'l Ii l. .,
1 i1iTI La large kitchen with breakfast nook I l '11i.i,000
jnJd-. .u n lLan.,i .1*h:n' $189.9nn ",, ,
IBFn'?B tH -Ii rg.nI.ge( I P.h. Juse.Sitson Il SINEsS .(1 i i.., i ,'with old
Poil\i -g' tril. rr-k ., l .c, Ii-,'m mouth o iii o.u;l i.: .' 'As 1s 4 'I.0: 41n.n000
nv r lihirn...ilJ "inr-" l;iucILd'l,.'600,000. LtS AVAItLA I.I I\ II1hII A\ ',i
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Builthil liurd (rtL-i hlionic l nl this prime I( i:iniii1 in LaBele. ,50)+/-
acre on CR78 .1O1m' fromrn \\.itCriI rll park ;lIad the
Caloosahatchee River. $155,000.
Call 863-51 --0i
r RE L ES ATE.COR
$8 .-m7. ae 4;395 93
S If you are thinking of buying or selling, give us a call! =,' s
* This 38R ?1 munlijlur.r.Jr hbom i n pri
tine condition! You will fall it I. dih thi
home di. miri''e ..i1 tp 't .r iTi k '. i
filled piop-,rr.' -ll IA : 'nw ',
today I:lit' it s rii Ii i 1' Only ,1 2.i
* Solace at last!...3BR2B home in LaBelle.
FtjrunnFlli it [ItY p)ljn arrinktii riVIn.t'
mo aurirs LDBBEi OMraIBc L.1Ii
nets. Outside is l : l;ibus ,iL nL..-l porch,
fenced back yarl .*< .dhi. gri-.r.j pool
* 3B1R/2B i uu a resa split
floor plan f i t of paint.
* \\ l.ar a J .il" lI lt I il .''R h' n in I Jlk I Ih
on i uriln ,ii'.n, uhoppilig i Liyu. i** i lI idc
,lii LCrJMmli tllC !'tnl p.iln anld lots more.
* Com ',' ,.. until\ ing in Lh' .i .,-nLL thll,
trn,v.AI l .:I urrn .r ]i., '' R IH ,'R tIi,..Jl
SriAc r hoir iw 0: .t N sirs -r, -* .! r, '. in
is in Prisine condition. Truly a must see!
* ] hedr.im home m thi. I'ihr'lni''tt 'ul',.I, isi.iii
mith 2 lull lmths hll atl l lth This h,'rr.
also fegMalNEI tllBCabinets,
breakfast bar, separate living room and family
room. Not to big and not tosmall This one has
it all for only $129,900
* CUti acts h\ 1 ommunir, dokF! 1Fiiing.
hrIngl6n (' 5'..tr spni rgbitt .i \iour Jolr
1 !is ' iiy ice & ie ll Irtirm iniJd "BR 2'
mobhili ho- Is in. ,i.r.blk iFlinuirg I;.li On
rine Islnd Corrmnunil. wl s & sa Dirr'
mhis thi. -L-; lilng ugtL".i'' $149.9010
*a Or1, boI s4i php dJ.MiAm1 Jllp W1i: pI'1Ag Jll
. ih,'-llr j! BR t nunt6l.i.ntui '.J hm ,'L .n I 1-
.It r is a, ; i g:J i llOi n' ,r ittl 'Iur e'n!' rrilnlm -
f.'rri r%,,, I $IlyI.00
* Thil iPiR 21 rnr mj uLlLi.[iiiJ hiulli i n i'ii r
linr e m, ed l' r r 1 I' ,1 il l u. I..', .].n h l'!:.
home. i i' rir i 't n. I iil p l '1.i in rhl et-.
filli pl ,0lk n', -il! l ',r i inr .it i ih ''. in.
l.J d. I Itl,.,r. It'L ,'i i O ,I 51 .i00.
. \% t ll k, pr id uib-.l l.i,: hiA rr,, .n 1 '
.irl FJI:n i .1 ii 5t l.U.il poinl hon,.
pj'.urs.I ilii trrt s jnJ niri ioaks l $1 2,00,
* ;RR .I mantil.i:rured hmc onr,2 2 .i-r.'s,
mastr heIt s more 513P90 lns .' Kin
V. r' u I"Ill t lr I rn, J anl.-,in
.,'xl plJn r, i sJi U i thE h ilr IR mjro.r
ilrirTlrl ev rnd .tonni in sp.cr: ulr 2.i .'.-.r
nec 1.I sk. rg I119,00.
* B'R u 2.5 d *i II rri cld o
w r, t.'uU ~rlp oi nih
'i~4 i Im hhi
* Beautiful homesite partially cleared 5..r
m '.I'rT w;uI 1 t & 'n .', i.:ir>i Opih $j2.300'1
* I'-nil.ll cleared 5*?. acres on Case TJ
0 Beautiful homesite partially clerd 54t-
acres on Case Road. $224,900.
* Huillui fi;n .A riJ.L in Muse- i.,, U l t 0 this
llnr L't dt'T ,' l a JLrt.s il .1I [i3 ld Io.l,.,i .'II l
in Minlirj L.rca! lor iin', unri it 'r Lhonki.i
\'orilid 1 2i' jcrr LLi in t iM'n;rli
* 2IIB RIIOIIIICaCT
* 2.utilt l 1 25- ..rr CLorier int tio ... i ." i
1 .i1 ik '.,' ii' r l int a Cu l r n iirT n ,1 i ii l. : -
J,.plI.:: in, li lTimilr I i f..i :lu .
r,-:.ran t iBlains i $129 110
SI r ,i.r [a ll\j i .j k r il'2.,i011
e 2 lihigh g irc lIts :-.'ri Iri dupli ;1r, t
IPV'istrn.r iii ro~ t,-1' Onl 51f.7,01100ath
* 1 I'itin fUl unit li! IIi I oIn oak lun L* I
Rnng y'ouur timil t tc:his qulitt ir ihh.,'r,, '
* Corner lot In 1I lnr 102 i large. 'aI Iikiu'ill
lot Ior \our Ldrim home $54.900.
* Tiplil k'A .1 t I ti$49.900 dach
* lii'hl lot in I lnit 9 $49.9(h each
SI nit 1 l- in 'i r-orin IPJ.,It i$49,9
14 2500 01V
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* I!8...' .irs itncd I .n lmmocil i .i
'<. lh .it L IRtIllr iity Imit.r v.ish "r i : 1i
holinag i1 .1 R211 :iRi9lnd nL .g r u. I .
TrUc '.k.kg $450in.fll. .
AX205054878F HORSESHOE ACRES
iJ hl k J .r ', ".ilth cinal I h v .i .
, I! l I ..,: ,,_ [ ir i. .11] L rrT l, l..llll
.* 'I n i., .Lr-' lI.i.r Horse stall at one
end Property is fenced and cross fenced.
i. h i -. r i ,. lirLiiiL I-.J ,l-. l i
l'1s ad plans $I, 000
AX20035081F HOLIDAY t'\Rl
Reauitiftil starter home in Holiday .''af i.-
i..,', i '. I' l urrnished $125,000
AX250057525F SUNSHINE ACRES-
Beautiful mobile home with 2 acres of land
atnwd nie landscaping for only $136,900
AX205054819F PORT LABEI.LE
Nicey landscaped 3 2-1. Fenced in hack
yard, backs ip to trc'.I.lih i,.miit
RC<.idcti;il ait*erT.1 ',I, ,0 i, wI h r'n
'A'itiln m4..1, SR 29
i i 11- II u L I -1) .Primen ommer
Road -" '. K.
I-elms Road, lust soutli of Co:wboy Wuay
in .alBelle. 7.8 Acres, mol, zoned C'l.
Florida Enterprise Zone tax incentives &
x:achfts,& HtSRB .,- .- ..- t In-., n1
aile n lt this locat ., r,, i l-ll ,,i "'a
tyw 'an exciting. .: L .?l.ti .0li0
AX20508it38F PORT LIABI.LLE
Several to choose from. $57,900.
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tlmi I I i. sz, I k'm IiI'. i' lr ', g.t ,'
tlir,,lu;i ',,r i. iilLr *, I,.. I ni gc,
rl:lnd ,,tri r, t inl-.1 )J axdJ, h.nc.tJ like
l 1.."l ': j12 -,t ',l l[L I .lllllh n 1: N I \
r t ,IJLIdl.J &: ... t ,' 4 'k, S94.90U
S\21)ns0 iM 1 GERBER GROVES
I wcillau .p-i.rmunity for investment or
development in a growing community
with an exciting future. 105 AcresiMOL,
CLEARED, platted in 13.36 acre parcels
with frontage in Sars Road. $1,350,000
k\ 2o0 4til 7f MONTURA
R l\ Hi" Several 1.25 Acres in
Montura Ranch Estates to choose from
AX205t1t9897F GERBER GROVES
Il.m il i itgir,. $ i0 ,70t,
AX205023939F GERBER GROVES
Each Tracteo nsus- .I ti"i i!.n>i-i in
iJ6,, i ,,o r, p.r, L. ilE'.7111.O
AX205034466F GERBER GROVES S
Nice Citrus GroIv Available $166,700
Beautiful over sized corner lot located in a
golf course deed restricted community.
I i i I L,: .,uip.ti area surrounded
.->, i I l'C. ii n All utilities are
. ,ij.l,,i ,,'' ii h, I.' n i ready to build
your dream home on, $97,500.
\\ 2'i11599i l PIONEER PLINTION
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. eatiol I.o ati I LI p. ti ln B ,ul
G et. o I.... ,i .-l i ['! 'n .I ,lJh.,1,
. :'. ', r rQ-i'in r,;f, ith, a bright
AX205058854F PORT IABELLE
Location,. Location, Location. Beautiful
lot in one ot Port LaBelle's most desirable
ii ,,nmini ,i r. 1 .' I .... n I'h ,- huIih
,all ..r. iun i L ', I.i,, k. 'pl h ie a i ei'. ,l.l
i'lhl ,-n Ro.,in sOi.n North-nlc 7;".tnw
. 'i-i2i l .ist Il P1ORT l.AIH I...
Sii.,,l,,l ~'I I' ., lut on mrec berf lt' i)
rr.Ini L.i n'i'r" i.. with an cxciUI.,
.\.n205i,1I lit PORT ILABEii,
I r-ni iln.I k. L it .L i ,; lot it\h' cen
tral water. $59,500.
AX205058022F LEHIGH PROP
ERTIES tropertyis located at the border
of Lee adn lHendrv Countv- knlown ai.
Lehigh Properties $ 8.500.
AX205059026F PORT I.ABEI.I.E
Beautiful oversized crmer lot. lots. ,i lice
trees in one of Port t.LaBdells most. Ie.-ir
,i 1T, i[ ,,ik 1 ini ,: i ._,',l.. L 1 A tta is
,l 'i, i, kin 14 18
m on lr ,, .i i 'I ,I'' ,,, atu l llendr'.
i,,-.n'. ..,.|11 i'" (0557,900
.\.XW0I 18411 PORT ABEl.IE LOT
t'.'t tilable in Port L alkelle.
\X?12nillhu;i -P. ORT 1LABEI;LEtf lot
in Port LaBelle Many to choose Irori
A.\211511-4 11 PORT IAIELI.I.
0\1:.r.tI il..1h k I.. purcha; e $57,900.
AX205007364F PORT LABEHl.l.
LOTS Several to choose front $57,900
AX205007313F PORT IABELI).E LOTS
SSeveral nice lots to choose 1iron. $57,900
AX205021367F PORT L.A1BH.1. IPort
LaBelle lot several availail' 1 i'hlo i fb:i!:I
AX205021382F PORT LABEI.I.E I'P'
laBelle loc se rato choose from $49,900
AX205056467F PORT LAB.El.LE
'ri.r, ,* i' 'i, l .'. a paved stret itli
Lpiti "., %'-," $49,900.
AX205055710F MONTI RA
RANCHES Build your dreamin biome io,
this reanq.l I mT~i. Ii .,wh ;: ,.i
cent to ac. ,,. 41q nil
AX205057494F- PORT II.A.\HL.l .1- Port
LaBelle L.ot several to choo.: (from
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FEATURES OF THE WEEK
4+/- ACRE RANCHETTFS LOT-
WANT COUNTRY LIVING
CLOSE TO TOWN Build your
"Dream Home" on the 4+!- acre beau.
ty. Cleared of all but the oaks.
3.27+/- ACRE RANCHETTE'S
LOT. build your dream home in one
of LaBelle's most desirable communi-
LIKE NEW- 1,800 sq. ft. 3BR/2BA
mobile home on one acre. Many
extra's, family room, walk-in clo',et.,
and large master bath. H ome is tully
furnished including washer & dryer.
2BR/2BA CBS HOME ON POII.Y-
WOG CREEK! Recently remodeled
home located in Caloosa Estates S;D
w/partial river view. IIonme's upgrades
include new porcelain tile throughout.
new maple kitchen cabinets, breakfast
bar and corian counter tops. Master
bedroom and living room had sliding,
glass doors which )pen up to the back.
patio and overiook creek. Circular
driveway., dock .roid accci 0s tothe
Caloosaliatche' River. $435,000.
HOMES IN -lT CJTY-
c(RT\T BIlSI\-.'- PI TE',.i \i
.ol l. l.,. I '. i ,
Court hliy' .'.t)w i"i ;. l*!- (i bv'rickr
\larilvn Sears- Licensed Real E ... i
Sales Associates- Nancy l'lendricksoil, \iargairo \Vhality,
Yvonne Doll, ConsueloTarin, Suzanne Sherrod
and Judy Cross McClureI
home has perfeLt office floor plan plus
an, attached efficiency apartment.
$349,000, UNDER CON I'RA IC
A MUST SEL 3BR/2BA CBS home.
phti flon plain i.. iiti tile + .crcened
lanai. Three residential! pardes uomn
bincd totaling 1.17+/- acres: $279,900.
OAKS GALORE! ONE ACRF COR
NER L. .C 2.l 2D'.fcaturcs a
S!*K .'* l uJV J 10, moual
square feet..ceramic tile, screeet d
p)rch and 2 car garage. $269.900.
COUNTRY CHARMER! This
4RR ?'RA twr story homne is il Ul ed( oi'i
nicely ;aindcs,.!pId I' acre ]ir ws..cat-
r i-i'' al-;v | - 'shoit. Home ifto atirc .
aiI -;-w klilnenll appliances. %tia
bhinds, ivalk in closets -ild iror.cd
- SPACIOUS 3BR/2BA POOl HOMP
IN LABHLI.E fcaiure;s laige ifaily
room, formal living i.oom. heated pool.
hot tub, screened pool lanai and nicely
manicured lawn. $225,000.
2BR/IBA "OrD FLORIDA" STYLE
HOME LOCATED IN THE CITY.
,.i.,, .i- ]',r .,.-ir covered ,'. K .iutiiul
:'.1.- f i 1. ill need to be completely
renovated and is '-irne .old "as-is.
$150,000. t INDER (' I\'NTRACT!
3BR/2BA D)OUBILEWIDE MOBILE
HOME ON 1/2 ACRE Cathedral ceil-
ings. family room. breakfast bar,.large
back porch and fenced yard. Located on
paved road approx. 3 miles south of
i aRe!le. $92,500.
ABR/IBA CBS HOME Recently
remodeled, new cabinets, ceramic tile
and paint inside and out. $79,900.
BIR, 1R.\ CR HOlMI I () \I I) I
THE CITY LIMITS. Fixer upper
good investment property. $74,900.
HOMES ON ACREAGF
320+/- ACRES W/RECFNTLY
RFMODFIFD 4BR/2BA HOMF.
barns .lnone improved pasture and
woods. Jack's Branch runs through
property. Located 1/2 mile north of
llvy 720 on Nine Mile Road.
I )Of \ KIND' Cusrom built MRR/3
1'2BA cedar +*stone home on .858+i
acres coercd with tons of large oaks.
Perfect home for enrcrtaining features
stone heated pool and spa wi2 water-
falls, custom pool lighting, screened
lanai, tiki bar wI!surround sound and
sundeck. Interior features porcelain tile
throughout the first floor, stone fire-
place, movie theater room set up w100"
screen and surround sound, wood
floors upstairs, game room w'bar and
much more. This home is a must see!
3BRA!BA CBS HOME ON 8.8+/-
ACRES fronting on paved road approx.
3 miles from town. Property is fenced &
cross fenced w/gorgeous oaks and horse
3BR/2BA DOUBI EWIDF MOBILE
HOME ON 4.07+/- ACRES, Property
cleared, fenced, cross fenced and nicely
landscaped. Features cathedral ceilings,
split floor plan, bay windows and walk
in closets. $289,900.
55 ACRF PARCFI W/IMPROVED
PASTURF AND SCATTERED OAK
TREES. Small palm tree farm wi5 hp
turbine pump for irrigation.
9+/- ACREs VACANT TANDn
cleared ^II -tf"i'Dt onnpaved
road in .l, cu Itural.
2 1/2 ACRE WOODED I OT located
in Pioneer Plantation. $65,900.
COMM FRCIAI BUSINESS
GRFAT LOCATION, Fully rented,
beautifully restored historic commer.
cial building. It is surrounded by shops
and businesses of all types in .t modcr
atly high traffic area in the hicart of
GRFAT LOCATION! IlTIT 1i M\1F1
EAST OF HWY 80 ON COWBOY WAY.
Commercial (C 2) :oned prolixrty w, I.' I1
fronting on Cowboy ,Wa v, metal bIuikdin:
has approx. 1,500-+ sq it ciUrrcntl oper',i
ing as a convenience stor. $ .90,00
PRIMF HWY 80 CORNER N IjRS.
NESS POTENTIAI 19.5 ft fronting on
Hiy 80 and 200 ft. deep. (;reat insist
ment for future business $279,900.
TURN-KEY OPERATION with isLf,.
managers and wait staft in place.
Established 130+ scat restaurant Ioiarcd
in the heart of Lifielle. Grat busint ,.
COMMERCIAL P ROJPF'EtY in the city oti
LaBelle w e $ l0 '\fi >.i
St. ect a
reasonable price $100,000.
EXCELI,NT INVSFSI MEN I
QPPORTUNITY w'v22 frontage on
Hwy. 291.59+!- acres on cornci of I\\ \.
29 and N. Industrial Loop Road, It;!e
buildings (Warehouse 3,8001 sqIi:
shop 1.600 sq. ft.: ffif-: [ ihililng '.t
sq. ft.) all currently leased. $1,300,000.
4.14 ACRES ZONE) INI)D'STRIAL
W/AIRPORT ACCESS. PropLit ..iiu.c
80'xl00 hanger plus 1998 IBR 2!A 2 ,2i'
sq. ft. douhl\wide mobile home c(;.;
investment. Great location! $5950,00.
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Know your hurricane terms
ADVANCED WEATHER INTERAC-
TIVE PROCESSING SYSTEM
(AWIPS): It is the computerized sys-
tem that processes NEXRAD and
ASOS data received at National
Weather Service Forecast Offices.
ADVISORY: A message from the
National Hurricane Center in Miami
giving warning information with
details on tropical cyclone location,
intensity, movement and precau-
tions that should be taken. The advi-
sory will contain a resume of all
warnings in effect
WEATHER OFFICER (ARWO): The
flight meteorologist for weather
reconnaissance flights into a tropical
ANEMOMETER: An instrument that
measures the speed or force of the
ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE: The
pressure exerted by the atmosphere
at a given point. Its measurement
can be expressed in several ways.
One is in millibars. Another is in
inches or millimeters of mercury
(Hg). Also known as barometric
AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERV-
ING SYSTEMS (ASOS): This sys-
tem is a collection of automated
weather instruments that collect
data. It performs surface based
observations from places that do not
have a human observer, or that do
not have an observer 24 hours a
AUTOMATION OF FIELD OPERA-
TIONS AND SERVICES (AFOS): It
is the computer system that links
National Weather Service offices
together for weather data transmis-
BAROMETER: An instrument for
determining the pressure of the
BEST TRACK: A subjectively
smoothed path, versus a precise
and very erratic fix-to-fix path, used
to represent tropical cyclone move-
ment. It is based on an assessment
of all available data.
CAPE VERDE ISLANDS: A group of
volcanic islands in the eastern
Atlantic Ocean off the coast of West
Africa. A Cape Verde hurricane origi-
nates near here.
CENTER: The vertical axis or core of
a tropical cyclone. It is usually deter-
mined by cloud vorticity patterns,
wind, and/or pressure distributions.
CENTER/VORTEX FIX: The location
of the center of a tropical or subtrop-
ical cyclone obtained by reconnais-
sance aircraft penetration, satellite,
radar, or synoptic data.
CENTRAL NORTH PACIFIC BASIN:
The region north of the Equator
between 140W and the International
Dateline. The Central Pacific Hurri-
cane Center (CPHC) in Honolulu, HI
is responsible for tracking tropical
cyclones in this region.
CHIEF, AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE
COORDINATION, ALL HURRI-
CANES (CARCAH): The 53rd Weath-
er Reconnaissance Squadron's Air
Force Reserve civilians who bridge
the gap between the Hurricane Spe-
cialists at NHC and the flying
squadron. Each day, they publish the
Tropical Cyclone Plan of the Day.
CLOSEST POINT OF APPROACH:
Point where hurricane eye makes
closest contact to shore without
actually making landfall.
COASTAL FLOOD WARNING: A
warning that significant wind-forced
flooding is to be expected along low-
lying coastal areas if weather pat-
terns develop as forecast.
COASTAL FLOOD WATCH: An
announcement that significant wind-
forced flooding is to be expected
along low-lying coastal areas if
weather patterns develop as fore-
COLD FRONT: The leading edge of
an advancing cold air mass that is
underrunning and displacing the
warmer air in its path. Generally,
with the passage of a cold front, the
temperature and humidity decrease,
the pressure rises, and the wind
shifts (usually from the southwest to
the northwest in the Northern Hemi-
sphere). Precipitation is generally at
and/or behind the front, and with a
fast-moving system, a squall line
may develop ahead of the front. See
occluded front and warm front.
motions in the vertical direction
resulting from surface heating and
the subsequent rising of warm air.
This lifting mechanism is capable of
generating the rising motions neces-
sary for clouds and precipitation to
CONVERGENCE: Wind movement
that results in a horizontal net inflow
of air into a particular region. Con-
vergent winds at lower levels are
associated with upward motion.
Contrast with divergence.
CYCLONE: An atmospheric m. cir-
culation (low-pressure system) with
rotating and converging winds, in
which the center has a relative pres-
sure minimum. It usually has a diam-
eter of 2000 to 3000 kilometers.
When developing, a cyclone typical-
ly consists of a warm front pushing
northward and a cold front pushing
southward with the center of low
pressure (cyclone center) located at
the junction of the two fronts.
Cyclones in the Northern Hemi-
sphere rotate counter-clockwise
while Southern Hemisphere
cyclones rotate clockwise.
DATA BUOYS: Buoys placed
throughout the Gulf of Mexico and
along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts
of the United States that relay infor-
mation on air and water tempera-
ture, wind speed, air pressure, and
wave conditions via radio signals.
DEPRESSION: In meteorology, it is
another name for an area of low
pressure, a low, or trough. It also
applies to a stage of tropical cyclone
development and is known as a trop-
ical depression to distinguish it from
other synoptic features.
DEEPENING: Used in describing
the history of a low-pressure system
or an area of cyclonic circulation, it
means a decrease in the central
pressure of the system. Although it
usually describes the action of a
pressure system on a constant pres-
sure chart, it also means a surface
low is increasing in cyclonic circula-
tion and acquiring more energy. It is
the opposite of filling,
DISTURBANCE: This has several
applications. It can apply to a low or
cyclone that is small in size and
influence. It can also apply to an
area that is exhibiting signs of
cyclonic development. It may also
apply to a stage of tropical cyclone
development and is known as a trop-
ical disturbance to distinguish it from
other synoptic features
DOPPLER RADAR: Weather radar
that measures direction and speed
of a moving object, such as drops of
precipitation, by determining
whether atmospheric motion is hori-
zontally toward or away from the
radar. Using the Doppler effect, it
measures the velocity of particles.
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Clewiston Museum is coming of age
By MaryAnn Morris
The Clewiston Museum,
located just off U.S. 27 on Com-
mercio Street in Clewiston, nor-
mally closes for staff vacations in
summer, reopening in fall for
another year. This year there will
be a difference. An addition of
8,800 square feet (the current
space is around 1,000 square
feet) at 109 Central Avenue is
expected to "wow" museum
goers this fall when the museum
It will house the museum
with greatly enlarged display
space, a library, theater and
sales area, and classroom/con-
ference room, together with
offices for the museum director
and the executive director of the
Clewiston Chamber of Com-
merce and general visitor infor-
Designed by Stevenson Archi-
tects, Inc., the entry area will
lead visitors into the building,
where multiple tall, arched wid-
ows will give natural light for the
"It's a lot of work," said muse-
um director Gretchen DeBree
"but the results will make it all
worthwhile. We will do all the
moving this summer and be able
to have so much more on dis-
The Clewiston Garden Club
Clewiston Museum & Visitors Center
Stews Arcimects Inc Robert Feirk AIA
An artist's rendering shows what the completed Clewiston Museum will look like.
and the Green Thumb Garden
Club of Clewiston are making a
joint project of the landscaping.
An attractive and safe pedestrian
area and the area between the
building and Central Avenue will
be creatively defined with plants
in containers, since the entire
area is paved.
"We'll still be open for a cou-
ple weeks before we close for
the move," Ms. DeBree contin-
ued. "Normally that would by
Monday through Friday, 1:00 to
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come on Saturday, just call
ahead for an appointment."
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BLACK LAB MIX- large, male,
vicinity of Hwy 70 West
CD CASE- black, with CD's,
found on Wolff Rd. Call
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FOUND female pitbull, vic. of
Evans Rd., Call to identify
Young Female Cat Recently
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purse, medical papers, pre-
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driver license. Very impor-
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LOST DOG Pit/Cur Mix
blk w/ wht Vic of Dark Ham-
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PIT/CUR MIX, 5yrs old, aprox
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ADULT CATS 1 Blue Russian
female w/ 7 toes, 1 blk Tom,
good mouser, both free to
good home. (863)763-8892
BOBTAIL KITTENS (2)
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CUR, 7 yrs. & Red Nosed Pit-
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Great w/kids. Housebroken,
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Free Kittens to good home.
mix puppies, 1 male, 1 fe-
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antique tables, Lots of misc.
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CFI HIRING RECENT STU-
DENT GRADS! Starting $.26,
increases to $.35 in 1 year.
Class A CDL Required. Local
DRIVE (800-234-3748) or
COURT RECORDS CONTRAC-
TOR: Nationwide company
seeks experienced Indepen-
dent Contractors to collect
and research public records
in Florida courts. Laptop pre-
ferred. Pay based on pro-
duction. Fax resume to
Kassie (866)322-8246 or
e r@ c h o ic e p o in t.c o m : .....
Customer Service Rep for
DATA ENTRY Work ON YOUR
OWN. Flexible Hours!
$$$Great Pay!$$$ Personal
(800)873-0345 ext #300.
Delivery Maintenance Man
to help at White's Furniture
& Appliance. Apply in
person at 1060 Hwy 29
South in LaBelle.
DRAW BRIDGE OPERATOR
PT, F/T. Drug Free Workplace
Will train $7.50 p/h
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
Class B License
Clean driving record
Driver- COVENANT TRANS-
PORT. Excellent Pay &
Benefits for Experienced
Drivers, 0/0, Solos, Teams
& Graduate Students. Bo-
nuses Paid Weekly. Equal
En busca de un carpenter
y ayudante. Llame a
Full Time Front Office posi-
tion available. Pleasant,
mature personality needed.
MUST have organizational,
typing, computer and gener-
al office skills. Background
in health insurance billing,
accounting, or collections
helpful, but not necessary.
Bilingual would be helpful.
Send resume to PO Box
518-P LaBelle, 33975.
HIGH SCHOOL EXCHANGE
STUDENTS arriving August
need Host Families. Has
own insurance and spending
money. Promotes World
Peace! American Intercultu-
ral Student Exchange.
Apply @ Casa Flora,
13140 Hartman Plant Rd.,
Palmdale, FL 33944.
LOADER OPERATOR NEEDED
MUST BE EXPERIENCED!
DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
Applications are being accepted by the Hendry
County BOCC. This is a highly responsible posi-
tion coordinating and directing the development
of programs that protect the public's health and
safety from large-scale natural and technological
hazards. Requirements are BS degree and four
years of responsible experience in public safety
or emergency management or comparable
amount of experience. Applications can be ob-
tained at sub-office in Clewiston & at Court-
house in LaBelle. Deadline for submission is
June 16, 2005 at 5:00 PM.
Vet pref., drug free, EEO, applicants with
disabilities needing assistance.contact HR.
Florida Licensed. Experience preferred.
Please respond to:
or in person to:
930 S. Main Street, LaBelle
PO. Box 1357, Ft. Myers,FL 33902
The Seminole Tribe of Florida Housing
Dept. is now hiring Carpenters for Big
Cypress & Brighton Reservations, 3-5
yrs. exp. in carpentry. HS Diploma/GED
req. Valid FL Driver's license req.
Resumes to galtman(@semtribe.com or
fax to 954-967-3477. Application online
@ www.seminoletribe,com. HR, 6300
Stirling Road, Hollywood, FL 33024
Caloosa Belle, Thursday, June 16, 2005
Fct~fion s I
851 S. Main St. 675486
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Caloosa Belle, Thursday, June 16, 2005
Looking for a career
with a collUanyl you
can grow with?
Are you self motivated?
Do you like meeting new people?
Are you computer literate?
If so, this could be the opportunity
you have been looking for.
Full and/or part time
The Ca81osa Belle and Immokalee
Bulletin are looking for bright, self-
starters with computer skills and
reliable transportation who are will-
ing to learn newspaper advertising
sales from the ground up.
If you have what it takes, you ;
could be the outside salesperson
in these fast growing markets.
Our company offers:
a unique work environment
potential for advancement
competitive pay and benefits
life and disability insurance
401 (K) plan
generous time off program
Email your resume to:
An equal opportunity employer
Are you interested
in what is happening
in your community?
Do you like to write?
starters with an out-
computer skills and
,hy iot think about
joining... uiuat the
Please call for more
Immediate restaurant management
openings in Lake Placid, Moore
Haven, LaBelle, Clewiston and
Okeechobee. We are a franchise with
27 restaurants throughout South
Florida and are hiring energetic,
honest, and responsible individuals.
-Medical and Life Insurance
-401K Savings Plan
For an interview please call:
or mail your resume in confidence to:
Southern Management Corporation
1014 W. Sugarland Hwy.
Clewiston, FL 33440
READING A NEWSPAPER,..
produds aWi sevces.
%P~oleas you ttfhe h
P/f Home Delivered Meal Driver Needed at La-
Belle agency serving seniors. If you have a
cheerful manner, valid FL license & clean driving
record, H.S. diploma or GED, we want to talk to
you. Great place to work, training provided-per-
fect for moms of school-aged kids or active old-
er adults. Stop by L.J. Nobles Senior Center,
475 E. Cowboy Way, 8-5, M-F to fill out an ap-
Home care workers needed to assist frail elderly
in their own homes in Hendry & Glades Co.
Must have CNA cert., H.S. diploma or GED,
clean FL driver license. Background chks done
on all new hires. We pay mileage, offer health
and other benefits. Great place to work helping
others. so come talk to us! F/T case aide posi-
tion with full benefits available in our Clewiston
office. On-call home delivered meal driver need-
ed in Buckhead Ridge. Call the office nearest
you for more info about job openings in your
area. LaBelle: 675-1446, Clewiston: 963-7088,
Moore Haven: 946-1821. We are an EOE.
Full Time Position
For Ronald McDonald Care Mobile.
Must have current Class "B" CDL
and clean driving record.
Fax Resume with copy of drivers license
or call 239-503-0331 for application.
w MEDICAL CENTER
*Full ilmrne ed su,' 7a,'n pm :"pm rr. aFL RN
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LPN I & 1
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req F.II Parr Time & Perdem Am iriin .4r&ylaoe
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(2 ..ear. e.penenrce r. adult amd eneeal parent ca.r
BLS and AC LS re L required. -24 00 HR
Pei Diem Pharmay Technician
Apphlcana. 'n uld ha, e rog wfah & C ten. .rr t a.r .
.grcurd E'p f r narale r- duj nr rair, f L .;i,
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Full Time Patient Account Representative
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preerred' Ir be A.:: wl-d*cal/e 1 ,it-rd par,
rel',bur.eiln,,tr. am ccpt :
Pull Tune Certified Dietary Manager
Idea.l an,dai.e a* ill a .eI -T trp Ceisrp i : r Cer,.
Farial~i~anv iwnn ;arr.ra.-r. .nd qua).r\ ..Cin.r.: .lard7 d:
req tday per'.rrn line cn.lung a',- a -', cseded
Director of Quality Improvement
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patienr are .e. ifrg ', opporrn.'"e; ar i.-,pr.-r.gt quasi'y
ofcare oel. red t .,naintmain-rr t. rr,-,d,.,e i.1.pr.. e.
men ., orur..:r,,n -,t he unalreain re. rea p., ran.
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Competitive Salary Excellert Benefirts
CUlnicat Ladder Program Education Assistance
Phone: 863-9023079 or Fax resume to: 863-983-0805
Drug Free Workplace EOE
Current openings in our JCAHO-accredited,
multi-cultural, out-patient clinics include:
* Women's Health
* Family Medicine
We offer competitive pay, great benefits &
the opportunity to be part of a recognized
innovator among community health centers.
New grads welcome --- we will train.
Bi-Lingual Skills a.plus.
Fax resume to 239-658-3088
or call Susan @ 239-658-3097
Needed for Care Mobile and Clinic work.
Experience required and bi-lingual skills a plus.
Excellent salary and benefit package.
fax resume to: 239-658-3078
or email @ email@example.com.
LAW FIRM RECEPTIONIST
Must be bilingual, computer
literate, and people friendly.
Starting 18K, opportunity for
*MOVIE EXTRAS* Earn
Looks/Types Needed. No ex-
perience Necessary TV, Mu-
sic Videos, Commercials,
Film, Print. Call Toll Free 7
days! (800)260-3949 Ext
P/T to F/T commercial clean-
ing for new construction.
Please call (239)910-0785
Must have transportation.
"SALES REPS*, SALES
MANAGERS $7,000 per
week is what our Top Sales
People earn! Highly suc-
cessful national co. expand-
ing: Will train. Call Jay
S/E & 3-State Run: T/T Driv-
ers. HOME WEEKENDS.
Mileage Pay, Benefits, 401K.
Trainees Welcome/ Miami
area- exp. req. 21 min
age/Class-A CDL Cypress
Truck Lines (800)545-1351.
SE NECESITA CHOFER para
863-673-1591 or 674-4719
Helper/Service Tech. Call for
Find itaster. Sell t sooner
in the lassfleds
-- ---- --------l
STATEWIDE PALMS INC.
? Needs Drivers
Fla. CDL Class A
needs work, Will do light
housekeeping and live in,
Your new home could be
in today's paper. Have
you looked for it?
Money Lenders 310
Tax Preparetioe 315
#1 CASH COW! 90 Vending
Machine units/You OK Loca-
tions Entire Business
$50,000 FREE CASH
GRANTS*****- 2005! Nev-
er Repay! For personal bills,
school, new business. $49
BILLION Left unclaimed from
2004. Live Operators!
(800)856-9591 Ext #113.
Join the most exciting attraction in SW Florida
Players Club Rep.
$5.50 per hour plus grats
$9 to $12 per hour
$8 to $9 per hour
$9.50 to $13.00 per hour
$10.00 per hour
$11.00 per hour
Benefits available for all employees
Apply in person at 506 S. 1 Street
Immokalee, FL 1-800-218-0001
e-mail resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
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COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR -
HEALTH (Medical & Health Services Manager L-1) (#64029893)
The Department of Health has an opening for a
County Health Department Director for Hendry and Glades Counties.
Annual Salary range is $120,000 $140,000.
A physician licensed in Florida pursuant to Chapter 458 or Chapter 459
of the Florida Statutes who is trained in public health administration.
Five years progressively responsible experience in public health practice,
with management responsibilities in two or more areas of public health desired;
Five or more years of supervisory experience. Experience in grant writing,
public speaking, working with elected officials and the media.
Experience in quality improvement techniques, directing, planning, organizing,
developing, monitoring, budgeting, and human resource management.
Knowledge and experience in essential public health services.
Demonstrated knowledge of health policy issues. Proven professional writing skills
and experience in grant writing. Experience in Bioterrorism and Disaster.Response.
Please apply on-line at https://jobs.myflorida.com.
Refer to requisition number 64029893.
Closing date: June 27, 2005. EOE/AA/VP Employer.
ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do
you earn $800/day? 30 Ma-
chines, Free Candy All for
B02000033. CALL US: We
will not be undersold!
AUTHENTIC $150k-$200k 1st
Yr. Potential 24/7 Msg
Serious Inquires Only".
100,000 people are earning
a full-time income at home
with eBay. Are you ready? If
so contact Eric at
HELP WANTED Earn Extra in-
come assembling CD cases
from any location.
No Experience Necessary.
(800)405-7619 ext 90
pay.com.(not valid in SD,
D, WI orMD)
Professional Vending Route
and Equipment. Brand name
products, all sizes. Financing
available w/$7,500 Down.
Profitable online business for
sale. Home-based. Family
owned 6 years online. Com-
plete Internet marketing &
site training included. $48K
Call Richard after 2:
$50,000 FREE CASH
GRANTS*****- 2005! Nev-
er Repay! For personal bills,
school, new business. $49
BILLION Left unclaimed from
2004. Live Operators!
(800)785-6360 Ext #75.
IMMEDIATE CASH!!! US Pen-
sion Funding pays cash-now
for 8 years of your future
pension payments. Call
(800)586-1325 for a FREE,
Child Care Needed410
Child Care Offered415
Services Offered 425
in my LaBelle Home
Ages 18 mths. to 3 yrs.
$50. Week $50 dep.,
Breakfast, Lunch & Snacks
include. Hrs. 6:30am-5:30pm
References Available. Call Ms.
Debbie @ (863)675-4568.
HOME OR OFFICE
Call Marsha or Brenda
trouble shooting, set-up,
up-grades, systems built,
tutoring. Win.95, 98,
2000. ME, XR licensed.
Call Gary 863-675-7925
When doing those chores is
doing you in, its time to
look for a helper in the
Music for all occasions:
I K IIWW i
Also do handyman jobs
ERS children, etc. Only one
signature required! *Ex-
cludes govt. fees! Call week-
ext.600. (8am-7pm) Divorce
Tech. Established 1977.
WE BUY ALUMINUM, ALL
KINDS Copper & Brass.
Closed Sunday. Call first
Calhoun & Bryan St.
** ****** **
Higgin's Tree Service
25 years experience. Free
estimates. Lic. &insured.
YOU A MORE INFORMED
i"m amr AM ponrt
Air Conditioners 505
Appliane arts 520
*Beauty Supplies 525
BiCcyces .- 530'
M C asaig B5351
Business Equipment 545
Children's Items 555
Chna, Glassuware Etc. 560
Drapes, Lins & Fabrics 595
Fireplace Fixture 600
Health & Reducing
Household Items 630
Lug gage 645
Medical Items 650
M scelaneous 655
Musical Instruments 660
Plumbing Supplies 680
Pools & Supplies 685
Sawing Machines 700
Sporting Goods 705
Stereo Equipment 710
0BTelUv vsdi e l715
Wanted to Buy 740
AIR CONDITIONER -'05 York
3.5 ton package unit w/ heat
20K BTU Reverse Cycle,
window unit, $275 or best
New, 21k BTU, electric $350
AIR CONDITIONERS (2) 5
Ton, For DW. Includes 6 yr.
warrantee. Like brand new.
AIR HANDLER, Trane, 2.5 ton,
220 volt, with heat, $150-.
XP, 256 MB Ram, Monitor,
Keyboard, Mouse & Lots of
games $150 863-843-0158.
Full ime 020
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CHINA CABINET- antique,
asking $30. (863)675-4912.
DRYER- apartment size,
works nice, $100.
ELECTRIC STOVE- GE, 3 top
burners working, $15.
MICROWAVE OVEN, excellent
RANGE ( Roper) REFRIGERA-
TOR (Frigidaire 17 cu63 ft )
white, $300 for both.,
REFRIGERATOR- 19 cu. ft.,
Frostfree, asking $75.
Ig., beige, frost free, x-lg.
freezer, exc. cond., $150.
STOVE & HOOD FAN- Elec-
tric,Brand new. Never used.
STOVE, Electric, Stainless
Steel. $50. (863)697-6464
STOVE, Gas, Frigidaire. White.
$400 or best offer.
WASHER & DRYER- Ken-
more, matching set, excel-
lent condition, $220 for both
WASHER & DRYER- Ken-
more, white, both work well.
Kelvinator, old but works very
well. $25 (863)467-2557
MAGAZINES- 1 box of assort-
ed titles. $50 for all.
BUILDING SALE! "Rock Bot-
tom Prices!" 20x30 Now
$290.0. 30x40 $5170.
40x50 $8380. 40x60
$10,700. 50x100 $15,244.
optional. "Priced to Sell!"
Steel Arch Buildings! Genuine
factory direct at HUGE Sav-
ings! 20x24, 30x60, 35x50.
FLOOR TILE includes tile
cutter, 50pcs, 12x12, light
grey $60 (863)467-2112
GARAGE DOOR- 16x8, good
METAL ROOFING SAVE $$$
Bu .u DIrGI From Manufactur-
er 20 coirs in stock with all
Accessories. Quick turn
around' Delivery Available
Toll Free 888)393-0335.
ROCK: Up to 3".
Pa3JIs well on drive areas.
i.1-i4ioad or $8/yard
loaded on your truck.
Caloosa Shores on CR-78.
SLIDING PATIO DOORS (2)
4'..7. lined glass, $100 for
STEEL BUILDING- 30'x40'
Henlage Bought it, Now it's
noi needed $6000
VINYL SIDING- 1 full box,
covers 200 sq ft, color is
Sunny Maize, $100 or best
BABY ITEMS boys clothes,
oys, l too many to mention
S100 Ior an or will separate
TEDDY BEAR LARGE
Ligni brown w/ red heart says
S i love you" Perfect condition
ROSENTHAL- 8pl setting,
Made in Germany, wheat de-
sign gold trim, 50 yrs old,
never used $400
A COLLECTORS FIND!!
Polished, like new Farberware
set w/ percolator (works!)
ELVIS RECORD & SOUVENIR
COLLECTION: Approx. 44
yrs. old. Rare items. $2500
FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL &
COLLECTION: $1500 for all.
RUBY RED STEM WARE- as-
sorted sizes, asking $50.
DELL COMPUTER- Windows
koua- ZZ ul
j (863)441-4722 I
HAND PUMP- $80, water w/o
electric, complete w/steel fit-
ting & brass valves to install.
w/ blank keys, priced rea-
sonably at $400
Run your ad STATEWIDE!!!
For only $450 you can place
your 25 word classified ad
in over 150 newspapers
throughout the state reach-
ing over 5 MILLION readers.
Call this newspaper or Ad-
vertising Networks of Florida
at (866)742-1373. Visit us
online at www.florida-classi-
fieds.com. Display ads also
"TEXAS DEER HUNTS"
Running Wild Ranch
PIANO, Gul Bransen, real ivory
keys, perfect tuning, $600 or
best offer (863)467-6693 or
BABY CHINCHILLA- gray, 12
weeks old, $75.
BABY PET SHEEP. $75.
BULLDOG PUP- Male, nopa-
pers. $200. (863)634-7108
Exotic Fainting Goats.
Bottle Feed & Dehomed.
CHOCOLATE LAB, Female, 1
year old w/papers. $250 or
est offer. (863)675-0325
COMMERCIAL KILN & Pour-
ing table. $550 for all, will
circa late 1800's, needs some
BOXSPRING & MATTRESS
Very Good Condition $50
COFFEE TABLE, 2-End tables
& Sofa table, chrome &
brass w/glass tops.
DAYBED- Cherry Sleigh bed
style, $300 or best offer.
DESK, Wooden. Great for
DINING ROOM CHAIRS (4)
Light oak, good condition $75
DINING ROOM SET
Table w/ four matching chairs.
Good cond. $225
6' long, light oak color, $85
HIGH BACK Wicker Chairs, (3)
Good condition, $36 will sell
LR SUITE- used, fair condi-
tion, color pattern, $100.
MATTRESS- California King
size, good condition, paid
$800 asking $100
SOFA, Chair, Coffee Table &
glass top table, $250.
SOFA, SLEEPER SOFA, LOVE-
SEAT, blue, good condition,
all for $275.
TABLE & 4 CHAIRS- antique
style, pecan, nice condition,
WATERBED- King Size, mo-
tion free, mattress, liner and
GOLF CART EZ GO, 2000
GOLF CART, Electric, 4 Seater
w/box bed. Work or Pleas-
ure. 36 V charger. $950.
ROOF CARRIER: For Luggage.
Hard. 15 cu. ft. Good condi-
tion. $75 (863)610-0732
HOSPITAL BED- Invacare,
electric, new matt, plus air
matt w/pump incld. $900
WHEEL CHAIR LIFT, dual mo-
tors for vans, like new, ask-
ing $1500. (863)357-8788
AFFORDABLE HEALTH BENE-
FITS From $89.95 A Month
Entire Family! Including Doc-
tor, Hospital, Vision, Rx.
Anyone Accepted! Call Now!
Toll Free! 24 Hours!
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Caloosa Belle, Thursday, June 16,2005
;HIHUAHUA, Shots, Vet
Chk'd, Health Cert. M-$240,
F-$300, Toy-$350. Barb.
;OCKATIEL'S- for sale, $50
DWARF RABBITS (6) $15 &
up (863)610-0843 after 5 p
EXOTIC FAINTING GOAT-
$150. Call evenings,
3ERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS-
AKC reg., 5-males, Ready
June 9th $325. Cash only.
JACK RUSSELL (f) for breed-
ing, SIBERIAN HUSKY (m)
asking $250 for both will sell
PARROLET, 1 year old female,
SIBERIAN HUSKY, Solid
Nhite (F), 1 yr. old & Black &
Nhite (M) 3 yrs. old. $500
)oth, will sep. 863)610-9812
3ATHTUB & SINK
:rom travel trailer $20 for both
lew in box never been used
pd $80 sell for $50
:863)675-4361 after 5pm
POOL, Above Ground, 16x32
Ft., Oval. Includes staircase,
pump, filter & all accesso-
ries. $500 (863)675-7321
SPA, Portable, Jade, Seats 5.
$1800. (863)983-2234 after
SEW MACH TABLE- portable,
1 drawer, legs can be re-
moved for transporting,
24x8 walnut $75
GENERATOR- Coleman, 5000
watt, 10 HP, new in box,
wheel,kit included. $600.
3ENERATOR: Small. $500 or
best offer. (863)357-3388
PAINT SPRAYER, SPX Graco,
Hose & Gun. Used once.
VIINI CHOPPER- Excellent
condition. 6 mo. old $500.
LAND FILL WANTED:
LaBelle Area: (863)674,0898
WANTED: FL ART
A.E. Backus, H. Newton,
Christmas Trees 745
Farm Equipment 805
Farm Feed/Products 810
Farm Miscellaneous 815
Farm Produce 820
Services Wanted 830
Lawn & Garden 850
rRACTOR, 3430 w/Bush Hog,
Mint Condition. $7500 or
best offer. (863)673-3790
CHICKEN COOPS (4) 10X10,
all pressure treated, $3500
value will sell $1200 you
REGISTERED HORSE SALE
Saturday, June 25th
Okeechobee Agri-Civic Center
11:00 am @ Tack
1:00 pm @ Horses.
SPOTTED WALKER FILLIE
2 '/2 yrs old, green broke, very
11 yr old, black w/ white
face; papers, $1800.
BUSH ALL 5' Brand New
FINISH MOWER, 6 ft., like
new, used one season,
$ 9 0 0
FLY MOW LAWN MOWER,
Good condition. $75
STX38 John Deere, needs
new belts & pulleys, $300.-
RIDING MOWER- John Deere
180 & Husky mower. $600.
ea. (863)763-4149 or
RIDING MOWER-MTD Garden
Tractor, 18h/p B&S .engine ,
46" cut, gd tires, needs trans
axle $160 (863)697-9704
ROTO TILLER- Yard Man,
rear tine, like new, $500 or
best offer (863)697-9704
SCREEN ROOM- w/insulated
roof, 12x26, $500 you must
Market Sales every
Mon. 12pm & every
SADDLE- McCellan Repro-
duction, almost new cond.,
w/bridle & blanket, asking
Business Places 910
Farm Property -
House Rent 930
Land Rent 935
Resort Property -
Rooms to Rent 955
Storage Space -
LABELLE- Huge unfurn, effi-
ciency apt., on River, in Ft
Denaud. Pool, laundry, dock;
utilities incid, $650/mo.
Avail July 1. (863)674-0281
RETAIL UNITS AVAILABLE
1250 sq. ft. 2500 sq. ft., or
3750 sq. ft., Units.
New Building, Highway 80,
Four Lane Frontage, Alva
Address, Zoned C-2, Call
Mike at 863-885-1292
CITRUS GROVE FOR LEASE
11/4 Acre, Fort Denaud
Call for more information.
iiou Rent 0930
LaBelle- 4br, 2ba, w/ den
/2 acre lot w/ swimming pool
$1050 mow/1st & security.
Houses & Mobile Homes, 2 &
3 BR, Lazy T Ranch. No
Annual Income To Qualify
284 Bryan Avenue
LaBelle, FL 33935
Port LaBelle, 2BR, 1.5BA,
single family house, w/gar-
age, $750 mo. plus sec.
Sportsmans Paradise Yearly
Memberships. Hunting, fish-
ing, lodging and meals con-
veniently located in White
Springs, Florida. Sign up be-
fore rates increase. For in-
LABELLE- 1/2 acre with beau-
tiful river view. Build your
dream home on this prime
location, with a gorgeous
view of the Caloosahatchee
River and waterfront park.
Corner 4 lots, on CR 78, and
Avalon Ave reaching to Mag-
nolia Ave. $155,000.
LaBelle (3 mis. south)
2'acres, on paved road, all -
utilities. No Trailers or Brokers.
Looking for a place to
hang your hat? Look
no further than the
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$10 a week
Call Barb or Dale at
To learn more!
A A A A A A
1H, Li 'i, I., r ,'li .
Alva/l eHigh Acres area.
I acre wooded homesite.
A great area to build
vour dream home. Call
Mike for more info.,
NiEi Ft M_i_-rr~ s ae.
10 acres with 2 large pole
barns with stalls and
lofts. Also 2 A/C offices.
Large pond with floating
dock and slide. A great
place to raise a family.
Call for more info
Letigh Area. 2/1 with
den. Nice landscaping,
located in a growing
area. Will not last long at
Ju-l io.i Ih,' mi rLkrl in
Leligh. A very nice pool
home. Total sq. ft. 3,528.
This home features a
heated pool for year
round use. 3BR/2BA
with den or a ianhl\
room. A great aimslb
home or retirement
home. Call Mike for info.
Priced to sell at $279,900.
Fort LaBelle- 6 Br, 3 Full BA
14 Rm Derraces, Jacuzzi
Rm & Jacuzzi Oar port over
3000 sq' 4019 Bishop Cir
HOME & LAND, Appraised @
$85,000. Selling for $86,000.
Keller Williams, World Class
IN THE COUNTRY
Yet...Close to Townll
huge lanai, fenced yard.
Choose yourflooring colors!!!
Ready to move in, won't last.
LABELLE- 3br, 2ba, Family
Room, on corner lot, large
oak trees, 1 acre of land, 2
garage carports, 2 sheds,
screened porch, 1046 No-
bles Rd. Ser. Irnq. Only!
(863)675-1172. for appt.
Finish Off That Purchase Right
Visit us at
Whites Furniture &
1060 Highway 20 South
LABELLE, Very Nice Area,
Beautiful 3BR w/hard flrs. 1
BA w/surrounding tile firs.
Kit., D/R, Carport w/laundry
rm. Beautiful Old Oaks,
Palm, Citrus. About 1/2
acre. $179,900. By Owner.
Got Land? Established animal
sanctuary needs new loca-
tion. 5 acres or more.
2500 Sq. Ft., $1500 mo.
1250 Sq Ft.$750 mo
1st, last & security
Shop here first
The classified ads
ROOMMATES WANTED: Male
or Female, No children, Pets
neg. $450 mo. + util.
New Ig. units avail., air
conditioned & non-air,
each unit alarmed, area
fenced & well lighted,
space for boats, trailers,
RV & trucks. Manager on-
site, 1025 Commerce Dr.,
LABELLE RENT-A-SPACE --
Cowboy Way & Kennedy
Blvd. 5'x10' $32.10 mo. incl.
tax. 8'x10' $42.80 mo. incl.
tax. 10"x10' $48.15 mo.incl.
tax 8'x20'20' $72.75 mo:
incl. tax 24 hr access $25
returnable key deposit.
Business Places "
Farms Sale 1020
Houses Sale 1025
Hunting Property 1030
Property Sale 1035
Land Sale 1040
Lots Sale 1045
Open House 1050
Out of State -
Property Sale 1055
/eal 'ElB Wanted 1065
flesort Property -
Warehouse Space 1075
Waterfront Property 1080
:Farm -Sal 120
FIBERGLASS STAIRS- New,
for mobile home, 5 risers,
LABELLE, 1-BR 1-BA, Furn or
non-furn $550 mo. Water &
trash incl. 1st mo. + dep.
WHISPER CREEK- 1br, iba,
furnished, $575/mo, 1st &
last, Avail Now
AIRSTRIP on Missouri Ozark
1 Million, Sell/Trade for
Florida Waterfront Property.
BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAROLI-
NA. MUST SEE THE BEAUTI-
FUL PEACEFUL MOUNTAINS
OF WESTERN NC MOUN-
TAINS. Homes, Cabins,
Acreage & Investments.
Cherokee Mountain Realty
GMAC Real Estate, Murphy
ty.com Call for Free Bro-
East Alabama Mountain Prop-
erty For Sale One hour west'
of Atlanta in Piedmont, AL
Great for enjoyment or in-
v e s t m e n t
information Call.- Gary
Grand Opening! Lakefront
Acreage from $69,900.
Spectacular new waterfront
community on one of the
largest & cleanest mountain
lakes in America! Large, es-
tate-size parcels, gentle
slope to water, gorgeous
woods, panoramic views.
Paved roads, county water,
utilities. Low-financing. Call
now (800)564-5092 x 198.
LAKEFRONT BARGAINS Start-
ing at $89,900. Gorgeous
lakefront parcels. Gently
sloping, pristine shoreline,.
spectacular views. Across"
from national forest on
35,000 acre recreational
lake in East Tenn. Paved
roads, underground utilities,
central water, sewer, Excel-
lent financing. Call now
(800)704-3145 ext 617;
unset Bay, LLC.
Montana River Frontage, Log
Home, Guest House, Horse
Barn, +/- 4941 acres. Witt
& Associates Realty, Box
1273, Bozeman MT, Russell
NORTH CAROLINA MOUN-
TAINSI Spring is blooming
and is beautiful! A wonderful
time to look for real estate.
See Photos: www.North-
or call (800)293-1998. Free
Tennessee Lake Property
from $24,900! 6-1/2 Acre
lot $59,900. 27 Acre Lake
Estate $124,900. Lake Par-
cel and Cabin Package
(866)770-5263 ext 8 for de-
WESTERN NC MOUNTAINS
North Carolina Where there
is: Cool Mountain Air,
Views & Stream, Homes,
Cabins & Acreage. CALL
FOR FREE BROCHURE OF
SALES. (800)642-5333. Re-
alty Of Murphy 317 Peach-
tree St. Murphy, N.C. 28906.
Grab a bargain fron your
neighbor's garage, attic,
basement or closet in
14'V HULL BOAT
15' FIBERGLASS BOAT
W/trailer, vinyl top & 35 h/p
Evinrude motor. $1000
AIR BOAT 125 LYCOMING'05
Brand new prop but needs
(863)634-8023 ask for John
AIR BOAT- Aluminum, 15ft,
small block Chevy, good
prop, runs good, trailer.
AIR BOAT- small, 75HP Frank-
lin Aircraft engine, 5' prop,
needs tune-up, Must sell
20', 350 V8, Alpha 11/0,
only 141 hours, $15,900
BOAT TRAILER, 14 Ft. Galva-
nized. Good shape. $200.
10 acres with
approx. 600 ft. on
Hwy 80W less than 1
mile from city limits.
3B/2B w/office &
4.5 acres. $499,000.
fenc ilM cross
8 re city
lic. Real Estate Broker
Assoc: Selh Howard
SEA KAYAK, '98 Perception
Eclipse, paddle, $700.
lwame Rr 301
CAMPER TRAILER, 32 Ft.
Good condition. $1000 or
best offer. (863)763-8261
COACHMAN 5TH WHEEL RV,
'93- 27', excellent cond,
M/H CAR TOWING HITCH-
Honda; '2000 $100.
TERRY FLEETWOOD- '81, 30',
sleeps 6, Fair condition
-$1800. 772-287-3602 or
Acessr ies 3020^
TROLLING MOTORS (2) ASK-
ING $75 for both.
BOAT & TRAILER
Galvanized rocket boat trailer
w/home made boat. $i50
Harley Davidson 1200
Sportster, '97, new tires,
12k mi., never reg. in Fla.
Call Don bet. 5-8.
HONDA SHADOW ACE 1995,
1100 cc's, 13K mls. Blue &
White. Excellent condition.
$4000 neg. 239-728-3283
TESTING- Now in La Belle
For appointment call
ATV 400 Polaris
Excellent shape $2500
BOMBADEER DS650 Baja,
'03, very few hrs., $4500.
Honda S185, '83, $1500.
YAMAHA 350, '86, blue, new
tires, good condition, $1100
or best offer (863)673-8741
PT I IT I -
l Atitomob le
Blarritz, 350 V8; only 78K mi,
-ubli mNolck .
MUSE AREA '- '02 DWMH
wide, 5br, 2ba, 2000 sq. ft.,
on .48 acres, nicely land-
(863)675-4912 Ive message
Liquidation of DLC Corp.
SAT.-INE 25. -1030 AM
All Items except 7 sel
Shop w/ Tools & Equip.
(sels wli reasrven
*I f Tracts: 5 to 300 Ac.
400 Ac. of Tillable Land
12 Mile Paved Roads
Warehouse ...... .....-
67a 22786 -.a--
an6it fAl tm
.il I ll ,ffSi I| l;l a mU .lt
Ficu T 'ruc I
HONDA CIVIC, '04- low miles,
call for details,
PONTIAC- BONNEVILLE 92
Auto, Cold A/C, Good trans-
portation/gd tires $3000 863-
SATURN WAGON 1993, 4
cyl., Auto., PW, A/C, Looks
& Runs great. $1500 or best
TOYOTA TERCEL 1983,
4 cyl. Gas saver. Very clean
car. $900 or best offer.
(863)675-2598 Lv. msg
Wanted DEAD OR ALIVE!
Cars, Trucks & Vats.
Cash paid for some.
7 days per week.
Totally rebuilt, new tires, low
miles. Runs great! $6500 or
good offer. (863)824-0884
FORD EXPLORER SPORT'97,
4X4, Loaded, 2 Dr., Needs
motor work. $2500
JEEP Grand Wagoneer- '84,
Camo paint job runs & looks
CLUB CAR GOLF CART
GOLF CAR- 3 Wheel, recondi-
tioned, smooth riding, $750.
Gas or Electric
Buy and Sell
Camper Shell, aluminum, for
short bed, full sz. pickup,
HITCH, Reese, 5th Wheel,
Easy Slide w/mounting rails.
TIRE, Brand New Michelin &
Ford Wheel. $85
TRUCK CAP, Leer, High Top,
Fits full size Chevy. Pd.
$1300, Asking $300.
TURBO HYDROMATIC TRANS
Installation avail. $250 or best
WHEELS (3) Alloy, Factory, 8
Lug w/chrome center caps.
Fit '99+up. Ford F250 or
CHEVY Z71- '94, 1/2 Ton, 4x4
Ext cab 350, auto, $2500.
DODGE 250 RAM 1981: 318
engine, 130K. Has electrical
short. $500 (863)763-5392
FORD 1986, 308, V8, 4x4,.
manual shift. $1500
FORD F150 P/U 1989, Needs
GMC 15 PU, '88- red, runs
good, $1500. neg.
TOYOTA PU,a'87- drk. blue, 5
spd, w/fibergalss canopy,
CHEVY S-10 1992, Good con-
dition, needs repair. $2000
Call Jewel @
Full size, 4x4 $600 ask for
HUNTING PACKAGE $8500
Jeep '88, Cobra trir, tripod, 2
htrs, 2 tree stands, climber.
Call Natalia (954)304-4915
V-6, A/C, good condition, runs
good $1000 or best offer
I I i .zM
w/ running boards & tires
CHEVY VAN, '89- w/windows,
asking, beige w/ brown
stipe, runs good, $2500
FORD AEROSTAR VAN, '92-
runs well, good shape,
$1500. (863)467-6423. -
FORD HAND CAPPED 1993,
Fully equipped. After 8pm
call (863)357-3534 $3800.
PLYM. VOYAGER 1988, Good
engine, no rust, good tires,
power steering leaks. $795
PLYM VOYAGER, '87- V6,
AC/PS/CD, new tires, hitch,-
runs great, low miles, $1500
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
1983 used American 35 ft travel trailer,
-with attached screen room, Vin:
7BA02S4D1352275, located at Aqua
Isles Mobile Home & RV Park, 900
Aqua Isles Blvd., LaBelle, FL. Sale set
for 06/27/2005 at 10:00 AM, by bid
only, which must be received by
06126/2005. In addition to the selling
price, there is an outstanding debt in
hack rent due Aqua Isles in the
amount of $2,459.50. The RV must be
removed from Aqua Isles at buyers
expense. Shown by appoinnment only.
Contact Dewie Black at
61452 CB 6/16,23/05
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EASTERLY WAVE: An inverted,
migratory wave-like disturbance or
trough in the tropical region that
moves from east to west, generally
creating only a shift in winds and
rain. The low-level convergence and
associated convective weather
occur on the eastern side of the
wave axis. Normally, it moves slower
than the atmospheric current in
which it is embedded and is consid-
ered a weak trough of low pressure.
It is often associated with possible
tropical cyclone development and is
also known as a tropical wave.
EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC BASIN:'
The region north of the Equator east
of 140W. The National Hurricane
Center in Miami, FL is responsible
for tracking tropical cyclones in this
EL NI,,O: A warming of the Pacific
Ocean currents along the coasts of
Peru and Ecuador near the Equator
that is generally associated with
dramatic changes or a shift in the
weather patterns of the region. A
major El Ni-o event generally
occurs every 3 to 7 years and is
associated with changes in the
weather patterns worldwide includ-
EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM
(EAS): A system designed to permit
government officials to issue up-to-
date and continuous emergency
information and instructions to the
public in case-of a threatened or
actual emergency. It is replacing the
Emergency Broadcast System.
EMERGENCY PUBLIC INFORMA-
TION: Information disseminated pri-
marily, but not unconditionally, at the
time of an emergency frequently
includes actions,- instructions and
EMERGENCY PUBLIC SHELTER:
Generally a public school or other
such structure designated by county
or city officials as a place of refuge.
A volunteer group such as the Amer-
ican Red Cross or Salvation Army
usually manages a shelter.
EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CEN-
TER (EOC): A State, county, or city
emergency facility that serves as a
central location for the coordination
and control of all emergency pre-
paredness and response disaster
EQUATOR: The geographic circle at
0 degrees latitude on the earth's
surface. It is equal distance from the
North and South Poles and divides
the Northern Hemisphere from the
EVACUATION TIME: The lead-time
that a populated coastal area must
have to safely relocates all residents
of vulnerable areas from an
approaching hurricane, This time
can also be perceived as the neces-
sary amount of time between the
local official evacuation order and
the arrival of sustained gale force
winds (40 mph) and/or flooding.
EXPLOSIVE DEEPENING: A
decrease in the minimum sea-level
'pressure of a tropical cyclone of 2.5
mb/hr for at least 12 hours or 5
mb/hr for at least six hours.
EXTENT OF EVACUATION: The
identification of vulnerable people
who must evacuate based on esti-
mated damage and/or homes sus-
ceptible to hurricane force winds.
EXTRATROPICAL: A term used in
advisories and tropical summaries
to indicate that a cyclone has lost its
"tropical" characteristics. The term
implies both poldWard displacement
of the cyclone and the conversion of
the cyclone's primary energy source
from the release of latent heat of
condensation to baroclinic (the tem-
perature contrast between warm
and cold air masses) processes. It is
important to note that cycl6nes can
become extratropical and still retain
winds of hurricane or tropical storm
EXTRATROPICAL CYCLONE: A
cyclone in the middle and high lati-
tudes often being 2000 kilometers in
diameter and usually containing a
cold front that extends toward the
equator for hundreds of kilometers.
These cyclones forms outside the
tropics, the center of storm is colder
than the surrounding air, have fronts
and the strongest winds in the upper
EYE: The center of a tropical storm
or hurricane characterized by a
roughly circular area of light winds
and rain-free skies and the lowest
pressure. An eye will usually devel-
op when the maximum sustained
wind speeds exceed 78 mph. It can
range in size from as small as 5
miles to up to 60 miles (20-50 km)
but the average size is 20 miles. In
general, when the eye begins to
shrink in size, the storm is intensify-
EYE WALL: An organized band of
convection surrounding the eye, or
center, of a tropical cyclone. It con-
tains cumulonimbus clouds, sever-
est thunderstorms, heaviest precipi-
tation and strongest winds.
FEEDER BANDS: In tropical parl-
ance, the lines or bands of thunder-
storms that spiral into and around
the center of a tropical system. Also
known as outer convective bands, a
typical hurricane may have three or
more of these bands. They occur in
advance of the main rain shield and
are usually 40 to 80 miles apart. In
thunderstorm development, they are
the lines or bands of low-level
clouds that move or feed into the
updraft region of a thunderstorm.
FILLING: Used in describing the his-
tory of a low-pressure system or an
area of cyclonic circulation, it means
an increase in the central pressure
of the system. Although it usually
describes the action of a pressure
system on a constant pressure
chart, it also means a surface low is
decreasing in cyclonic circulation
and losing its characteristics. The
opposite of deepening.
FLOODING: A general and tempo-
rary condition of 1) partial or com-
plete inundation of normally dry land
areas from the overflow of inland or
tidal water or rapid accumulation or.
runoff of surface waters from any
FLOOD PLAIN: Any land area sus-
ceptible to being inundated by water
from any source. Normally the regu-
latory flood plain is characterized by
the 100-year meaning there is a 1%
chance of flooding per year. The
flood plain is often referred to as
flood prone areas.
FLOOD STAGE: The level of a river
or stream where overflow onto sur-
rounding areas can occur.
FLOOD WARNING: The expected
severity of flooding (minor, moder-
ate or major) as well as where and
when the flooding will begin.
FORECAST: A statement of expect-
ed future occurrences. Weather
forecasting includes the use of
objective models based on certain
atmospheric parameters, along with
the skill and experience of a meteor-
ologist. Also called a prediction.
FORWARD SPEED: The rate of
movement (propagation) of the hur-
ricane eye in miles per hour or knots
FRONT: The boundary between two
dissimilar air masses.
FUJIWHARA EFFECT: A binary
interaction where tropical cyclones
within a certain distance (300-750
nautical miles depending on the,
sizes of the cyclones) of each other
begin to rotate about a common
GALE WARNING: A warning of 1-
minute sustained surface winds in
the range 39 to 54 mph (34 to 47
knots) inclusive, either predicted or
occurring not directly associated
with tropical cyclones.
(GOES): Family of NWS weather
satellites, which orbit 22,300 miles
above the earth and maintain a
velocity that allows it to remain over
a fixed place above the equator.
Images are available to forecasters
every 30 minutes.
GREENWICH MEAN TIME (GMT):
The name of the twenty-four hour
time scale that is used throughout
the scientific and military communi-
ties. Standard Time begins at
Greenwich, England, which is the
Prime Meridian of Longitude. The
globe is divided into twenty-four (24)
time zones of 15 degrees of arc, 'or
one hour in time apart. To the east of
this meridian, time zones are num-
bered 1 to 12 and prefixed with a
minus (-), while to the west, the time
zones are also numbered 1 through
12 but prefixed with a plus (+). Other
names for this time measurement
are Universal Time Coordinate
(UTC) and Zulu (Z).
Watch the Caloosa Belle for more
Notice is hereby given that the District School Board of Hendry County, Florida, will
receive bids until 3:00 p.m. on June 21,2005 atthe Hendry County School
Board's Finance Office, at which time they will be opened and tabulated.
ProjectTitle: Central Elementary School Restroom Renovation
Project Location: Central Elementary School
1000 South Deane Duff Avenue
Clewiston, FL 33440
Name of Owner: Hendry County School Board
25 E. Hickpochee Ave.
LaBelle, FL 33935
Project Scope: Furnish all labor and materials required to complete
the renovations of the designated restrooms at
Site Examination: The site may be examined by contacting the
School Principal, Ms. Anna Jo Springfield at 863-
983-1550 and scheduling the time of a site visit.
Place for Receipt of Bids: All bids shall be delivered to: Hendry County
School Board's Finance & Purchasing Office,
111 Curry Street, LaBelle, FL, or mailed to: Hendry
County School Board's Finance.& Purchasing
Office, PO. Box 1980, LaBelle, FL 33975.
Obtaining Bid Documents: Bidders may obtain documents, including com-
plete drawing and specifications, by contacting
the office of Jay Ammon Architect, Inc., 3246
Lakeview Oaks Drive, Longwood, Florida, 32779
telephone number (407)333-1977. All requests
for plans and specifications must be accompan-
ied by a refundable deposit of $50.00 per set,
with checks payable to Jay Ammon Architect,
All bids must be enclosed in a sealed envelope plainly marked on the outside "Cen-
tral Elementary School Restroom Renovation Project 2005. Bid Date: 6/21/05,
3:00 p.m." The School Board of Hendry County reserves the right to reject any
and all bids received, and to waive any and all irregularities in regard thereto. No
bids may be withdrawn after the scheduled closing time for receipt for bids for a
period of sity (60) calendar days without consent of the Board.
Hendry County School Board
Richard Murphy, Chairman
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