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VOLUME 84 NUMB ES DAY, 21,2006
At A Glance
Join Relay for Life April 22
American Legion Post 130
will once again be serving
Christmas dinner for those
alone or in need. The post
delivers as many as 500 meals
to the community on Christ-
mas Day. The tradition contin-
ues with volunteers starting to
-cook, package and deliver
meals which include turkey,
dressing, potatoes, gravy,
green beans, roll, butter,
salad, cake candy cane served
with a bit of Christmas cheer
from the post and its support-
Ifyou would like to help or
know someone who needs a
Christmas dinner, please call
675-8300. Remember to pro-
vide the person's name,
address and directions for
Please don't forget the
Hendry County Homeless
Coalition is getting ready for
the area's traditional "cold
snap, collecting blankets and
hand warmers for the home-
less. Please drop them off at
the United Way House, 117
Fort Thompson Ave.
Want ajob in
Take advantage of a job
training opportunity provided
by the Education Center of
Southwest 'Florida, Inc.
(ECSWF) for construction
trades ranging from carpentry
and plastic pipe to blue prints::
and masonry. Space is limited.
Flyers and applications are
available at the ECSWF office
in LaBelle. The next classes
begin January 8. Applications
can be faxed to the Education
Center at (863)-675-6800. For
more information, contact
Sonny Hughes. (863' 675-
Little Miss, Mister
The SCF Queen and
Princess Pageant proudly
announces the Little Miss and
Little Mister contest from Dec.
10-Jan. 31. Ages birth to 10
years. See Melinda at Langford
Ford Service Dept. for infor-
mation packets and entry
forms or call Cindy Miller at
The LaBelle Adult School
will offer beginning computer
classes. Excel, Word and Pow-
erPoint will be taught. Sign up
at the LaBelle Adult School. If
you have any questions please
contact the LaBelle Adult
School at 674-4118 for more
Editorial ............ 4
Speak Out .......... 4
Social News ......... .5
Sports ............. 6
See Page 2 for information about
how to contact the newspaper.
Community Links. Individual Voices.
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The organizers of the fourth
annual Relay for Life in LaBelle are
encouraging the community to
get involved in this well respected
national effort to raise funds for
Chairman Susan Hill and Co-
Chair Mary Risley have been hold-
ing board and team captain meet-
ings for several months.
Businesses, groups and indi-
viduals are asked to field teams of
10-15 members to walk the track
at LaBelle High School. At least
one member of each team should
be walking at all times during the
18-hour event. They already have
ten of the 25 teams they hope to
have this year. You may purchase
a Sunshine Signs for $115, which
can advertise for your business
and support the American Cancer
Society. These signs are placed
around the track. At the end of the
event, you may take your sign to
display at your place of business.
There are also sponsorship
opportunities up to $5,000. Their
goal for this year is $45,000 to help.
The theme for this year is "Take
a Holiday from Cancer." Teams
will set up booths inside the track
to sell food and all sorts of fun
goodies. All proceeds go toward
the final figure to fight cancer.
Each year cancer survivors are
singled out for recognition those
who have struggled and can offer
a shining example to others facing
the fight of their lives. They and
their caregivers are treated to a
special luncheon prior to the day
of the relay.
Perhaps you would like to pur-.
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Sally and Matt in front of the Tiananmen, Beijing, China; with a total area of 440,000
square meters, Tiananmen Square is the largest square in the center of Beijing. For over
a hundred years, many ceremonies and demonstrations have been held there. The
grandeur of Tiananmen Gate (Heavenly Peace Gate) is a national symbol, with the Great
Hall of the People on the western side and the Museum of the Chinese Revolution and
the Museum of Chinese History to its east and west. The Monument to the People's
Heroes the 36 meters obelisk, made of Oingdao granite, dominates the center of the
square. The Chairman Mao Memorial Hall and the Qianmen gate, sit in the south.
China, through LaBelle eyes
By Kristin Hunter
Ever thought of living in
China and teaching English to
the Chinese? Well, that is exact-
ly what Sally Chipman Deroo
and her husband Matt have
been doing for quite some time.
Sally is originally from
LaBelle. She is a 1995 graduate
of LHS and is the daughter of
Vicki and Tom Chipman of
Matt is originally from Hol-
They both currently reside in
LaBelle. Sally works in the front
office at LMS and Matt is a
teacher at LHS.
Matt and Sally met in China
while serving with the English
See China -Page 2
Sally and Matt Deroo with some of their Chinese friends at
a birthday party for Sally at a Mongolian yurt restaurant.
chase a Luminaria in honor of a
family member or special friend
who is a cancer survivor or who
lost their battle. The candle-filled
bags are marked with the hon-
oree's name and circle the track,
forming a glowing tribute. A spe-
cial Luminaria Ceremony begins
just after dark.
The American Cancer Society's
Relay for Life in LaBelle will be
from 3 p.m. April21 till 9 a.m. April
22 at the LHS Football Stadium.
If you, your business or a com-
munity group are interested in any
of the above opportunities, please
contact any of the following:
Chairman Susan Hill, 675-4242 or
Co-Chair Mar' Risley at 675-0885;
or ACS staff partner Shannon Gar-
,rison at941-627-3000 ext. I I1.
The committee will meet: Jan.
2, Feb. 6, March 6 and 20, April 3
and 17 at Belle Real Estate. Any-
one interested in helping is wel-
Team Captain meetings will
be: Jan. 9, Feb. 13, March 13 and
27, April 10 and 17 at First Bank of
six car crash
Sony Jules, 38, of
Immokalee died in the first of a
series of crashes involving four
separate crashes and six sepa-
rate vehicles on CR
846/Immokalee Road one mile
west of Camp Keais Road Fri-
day, Dec. 15. A LaBelle woman
became involved in the crash,
but was uninjured. The initial
crash occurred at 4:47 a.m. Mr.
Jules was driving a 1998 Dodge
pick up truck westbound in
westbound lane of Immokalee
Road. He was being followed
Sby a vehicledriven by Jose.L.
,, Rojas Deleon, 46, also of
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, a Bluebird Col-
lier County transit bus driven
by Eugene T. Yeager, 78, of
Naples, was eastbound in east-
bound lane. In heavy fog. Mr.
Jules crossed into eastbound
lane striking the bus, left front
to left front. The Dodge pick up
then began to rotate counter-
clockwise and traveled east,
striking the left side of the
Deleon vehicle. The Jules vehi-
cle came to a final rest on the
north shoulder of Immokalee
Road. The bus traveled south-
east and came to a final rest on
the south shoulder. The Deleon
vehicle traveled west and ~dme
to a final rest in the center of
See Fatality -Page 2
United Way kicks
off 2007 campaign
The United Way of Hendry
and Glades counties' annual
campaign is underway and
there already have been some
fabulous results to help get
the campaign off to a great
start. Pacesetter results
include $30,000 from Hilliard
Brothers, $25,830 from The
Bonita Bay Group and its
employees, $20,000 from the
Hendry County School Dis-
trict, $10,000 from Burson-
Weathers Real Estate Compa-
ny, $6,800 from the employees
of Southern Garden & Citrus
and $4,776 from the employ-
ees of The Glades County
This year's campaign goal
is $175,000 and with these
early results, the campaign is
already at $112,000 or 64 per-
cent of the goal.
Paul Martin, Regional Gen-
eral Manager for The Bonita
Bay Group and a lifelong resi-
dent of LaBelle is serving as
this year's volunteer Cam-
paign Chair for the United
Way of Hendry and Glades
counties. "There's such a
need in the community and as
leaders here locally, we want
to give back to help make the
community a better place for
"You never know when
you are going to be in need of
a helping hand, and the Unit-
See Campaign Page 2
Orphaned animals thrive on love
Twelve-year-old Kellie Lynn
Martinez is a special young
lady and she proves it almost
daily as she spends unselfish
hours working to make the
lives of many unfortunate ani-
mals better. Kellie's efforts
have not gone unnoticed. She
has recently been named the
Caloosa Humane Society's Vol-
unteer of the Year. She and her
family were surprised with the
honor at a dinner Dec. 8 at
Kellie has been volunteer-
ing at the humane society for a
year. The seventh grader at
LaBelle Middle School is crazy
about animals. She is the
proud owner and caretaker of
two dogs, two cats, a snake,
one bird, hermit crabs and fish.
Her mom, Shelly Martinez, will
testify that Kellie takes care of
all her own animals. She said
Kellie is great with animals -
always patient and loves noth-
ing better than spending her
free time working with them.
Kellie's dad, David, doesn't say
much but his pride shows just
Kellie became involved at
the humane society when her
older sister Jennifer took a job
there over the summer. Kellie
tagged along, helping to do
some of the "less glamorous"
jobs like cleaning the cats and
cages. Kellie went every day
and weekends over the sum-
mer and continues to spend
much of her free time there -
no burn out for her! She thrives
on the work. As an aspiring
veterinarian, she jumped at the
chance to learn all about the
Young Kellie is hooked on
animals but has lots of other
interests, too. She also plays
alto saxophone and clarinet in
the LMS band and is on the
cross country team.
It's obvious that Executive
Director Suzanne Bonnell is as
proud as she can be of Kellie.
Suzanne said that first day at
the humane society, she could
see that Kellie knew how to
take care of the animals. She
has also been impressed with
Kellie's ability to handle
clients, help take care of adop-
tions and even assist in sur-
gery. "She's fantastic!"
Suzanne gushes, "I wish I had
15 or 20 Kellies! She has a
work ethic like an adult."
Suzanne has high praise for
all the facility's volunteers, say-
ing without them nothing
could ever be accomplished.
Recently the facility had to
send 30 animals to Naples
because there just wasn't
enough money here to care for
them all. Suzanne notes that
the humane society facility is
constantly struggling to sur-
vive, although it received a
wonderful legacy from Cor-
nelius "Kees" Huijer. His seed
money was used to build and
open the humane society off
See Award -Page 2
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Kellie Lynn Martinez was named the Caloosa Humane Soci-
ety's Volunteer of the Year. She is pictured with Caloosa
Humane Society Vice President Doug Morgan.
olnion Bl ey.
2 Caloosa Belle, Thursday, December 21,2006
Continued From Page 1
Language Institute of China,
teaching English to the Chinese.
They will both be heading back to
China in August to teach for five
more years. ELIC is a program in
which Americans travel abroad
and teach English to Chinese stu-
dents from Kindergarten-college
age. ELIC teachers teach about six
classes per day with about 30 stu-
dents in each class. While there,
the ELIC provides housing, utili-
ties, basic medical care, and a
monthly stipend. The teachers'
wage is similar to that of America,
but on an 8:1 to scale. Eight Chi-
nese dollars is equal to one Amer-
There is a huge need for Amer-
ican English teachers in China,
say Sally and Matt. More people in
China are studying English than
people who speak English in the
U.S. In China teachers are held in
high regard. The Chinese society
takes good care of their American
teachers. For instance, teachers
are "placed on a pedestal" in
China because they are consid-
ered higher or more knowledge-
able than the students. One of the
main differences about teaching
in China compared to the US is
the respect students have for their
teachers. American teachers are
called "foreign experts" by the
locals. They are treated like movie
stars over there with all the locals
wanting to take their picture at all
ELIC offers four different pro-.
grams: Teaching at public univer-
sities, a one year fellowship pro-
gram with a private school and
two summer programs.
During Sally's first year in
China, five years ago, she taught
first, second, third and tenth grade
at private elementary schools.
Her second year she studied
Chinese at N. China University
where she learned 1,500 out of
the 5,000 Chinese characters. Not
only does the Chinese language
have 5,000 characters, compared
to our 26 letters, but Chinese is a
tonal language, so..one word can
have several different meanings
depending on how you accent the
word. The word "tang" for
instance can mean three different
things: sugar, soup or hot.
Her third year she became a
team leader for the first program
that she taught. A team leader
supports first year teachers in
teaching growth, cultural adjust-
ment and acts as a liaison
between the organization and the
leaders of the school. She taught
with and continued in this for the
next four years. She had from 4-7
women on her team each year.
In China, students attend
school from 7:30 a.m.-noon and
then take a two hour break from
12-2:00 for lunch and a nap and
then go back from 2-5:30 p.m. but
other than that there is no school
calendar, although everyone in
China gets the same vacations.
They get one week off:for Fall .
Break the week of October 1. for
National Day and get one week
off for what would be their Spring
Break the week of May I, for
Labor Day. They also celebrate
Spring Festival. Sally says is almost
impossible to get a train ticket
then unless you know someone
that works at the train station. In
January ELIC has a teacher's con-
ference in Thailand which allows
for Matt and Sally to enjoy a great
Continued From Page 1
Pratt Blvd., behind the health
department. Kees put a substan-
tial amount of money into an
endowment fund managed by
the Southwest Florida Commu-
nity Foundation which can never
be touched. Twice a year the
Caloosa Humane Society
receives the interest from this
endowment fund which covers
approximately one third of the
annual operating expenses. The
remaining two thirds of operat-
The LMS students receive col-
lege scholarship story in the
December 14 edition of the
Caloosa Belle contained an error.
At one point students were erro-
neously said to attend Country
Oaks Elementary. The students all
attend LaBelle Middle School. We
apologize for the error and con-
gratulate the students on their
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The first thing Sally said she
had to learn being an American in
a Chinese culture was flexibility
because they don't live their lives
as Americans do. Things usually
change at the last minute and
plans are not made very far in
advance. But, she said, "It's really
fun and different." People have
great respect for each other and
people reciprocate relationships.
All the ELIC teachers stay in what
is called teacher or foreign lan-
guage housing. It is a very com-
munity mindset housing that is
very segregated. "
Salty said, "Living in someone
else's culture makes you realize
how influenced you are by your
surroundings." China is such a
relational culture whereas Ameri-
ca is a very direct culture. Ameri-
cans say what they want and
expect for it to be done in a timely
manner. The Chinese rarely speak
directly or say "no" even when
they mean no. They will say
"maybe" instead and insinuate
what they want done without
actually directly telling you what
to do. They are very loyal to their
friends or "in group." Culturally,
they are really good at service.
Seventy percent of their culture is
an agricultural society; the other
thirty percent is in the service
The Chinese hold what is'
called a "Moon Festival" in Sep-
tember to remember family
members. Everyone eats pastries
that are like fruit cakes, filled with
things like egg yolk or jellies.
Beijing, China, is ever chang-
ing and growing, becoming a
large city that is rapidly moderniz-
ing. For example, packaged meat
is a new thing there. Five years
ago one had to go to a meat mar-
ket to gel meat, but now you can
buy packaged meat in the grocery
store. Personal care items such as
floss and American brand hair
products are also new and much
more prevalent and easyto find.
As far as food is concerned,
American restaurants are becom-
ing more and more mainstream
with the menus usually in both
Chinese and American. There are
slight differences like the fact that
Pizza Hut is considered fine din-
ing over there. It is a more
upscale, sit down restaurant.
McDonald's offers the same
American menu but also has
other items such as oriental food
like the curry hamburger. KFC is
also very popular. Their menu is
similar to that of the American
menu but has additions such as.
the Taro pie and oriental soup.
Bread and dairy products are not
a part of the average Chinese diet.
Transportation consists of
mainly riding bikes or taking the
bus but also includes walking or
taking the subway. A taxi is the
most expensive form of trans-
portation so most don't take that
route. Travel by plane is expen-
sive for the average Chinese per-
son, so only businesspeople, the
newly rich and some from the
emerging middle class can afford
to travel this way.
For more information about
the English Language Institute call
1-800-366-3542 or go online to
www.ELIC.org. If someone is
interested in teaching in China
they don't necessarily have to
have a teaching degree but they
do have to have a bachelor's
degree and be willing to teach
English to the Chinese.
ing expenses must come from
donations from the public,
bequests/wills/trusts, and from
money made by the shelter
through adoptions, spay/neuter
and vaccination clinic proceeds
and fundraisers and grants. They
Continued From Page 1
Mr. Jules was pronounced
dead at the scene. Mr. Yeager and
a passenger, Paul J. Sulwiskows-
ki, 44 of Naples, sustained minor
injuries and transported to
Naples Community Hospital.
There were two other passengers
in the bus: Brian A. Hunt, 20, and
Marc A. Smith, 39, both of
Naples. Other passengers: in the
Deleon vehicle were: Juan T.
Vega, 45, and Jaime Montalvo,
46,- both of Immokalee. There
was no word on injuries.
Just three minutes later, at 5
a.m., a 1999 Acura, driven by
Martha D. Telusnor, 45, of
LaBelle, was headed west on
Immokalee Road. She struck the
Jules vehicle, which was disabled
in the road after the head-on
crash with the transit bus. Ms.
Telusnor told FHP the only thing
she could see were the lights of a
Collier County sheriff's office
vehicle due to the dense fog. She
steered right in an attempt to
avoid hitting anything near the
deputy's vehicle and struck the
rear bumper of the Jules vehicle.
Continued From Page 1
ed Way Partner Agencies are
there to help anyone through
those tough times in life," said
Cliff Smith, United Way Presi-
A local network, 31 agencies
and programs will receive funds
from the 2006-2007 United Way
of Hendry/Glades fundraising
campaign. These agencies
include, The Salvation Army, The
Children's Advocacy Center,
Child Care of Southwest Florida,
Healthy Families and many oth-
ers. This network of agencies
serves a diverse range of need in
our community, including nur-
turing youth and children,
strengthening families, improv-
ing health and independence for
the sick and elderly, providing a
safety net for people in'crisis and
helping the disabled reach their
potential. The network of Unit-
ed Way agencies helped over
21,000 people in Hendry and
Glades counties last year. Exten-
sive volunteer involvement
allows the United Way to keep
fundraising costs extremely low
and community volunteers eval-
uate agency performance and
tlioroughly study agency budg-'
ets and programs to make sure
United Way dollars are spent effi-
ciently and with impact. All the
money raised through the Unit-
ed Way of Hendry and Glades
County Campaign remains in the
Hendry and Glades county area
helping people who really need
Those that are in need of serv-
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teer their time, to organize
employee-giving programs or to
make contributions to the cam-
paign can contact the United
Way at (863) 673-8383 or stop by
the United Way House at 117
Fort Thompson Avenue in
LaBelle. If you are interested in
running an employee campaign,
please contact Jennylyn Mitchell
at (239)433-2000 ext 226 for
more information on this.
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Caloosa Belle/Patty Brant
Rotarian Jim Brownlee presents a check for $1,100 to the
Salvation Army. A surprised and grateful David Westphal
accepts the donation at the Dec. 5 Rotary Club meeting. The
club meets at Boo Boo's Restaurant Tuesdays at noon.
Rotarians raised the money by selling hot dogs at the recent
Christmas in the Park event.
Rotary supports goals
of the Salvation Army
By Patty Brant
Rev. Jay Goforth of Carlson
Memonal United Methodist Church
provided some little knw:,\n back-
ground on the %ery velJknowTi Sal-
vation Army. He said I 'ishjalli y a
church, established in London,
England, in 1865 by a Methodist cir-
cuit rider named 'William Booth. He
was assigned to the dangerous and
very poor neigh-borhoods of the
East End and began tending to the
criminals and prostitutes of the
area, filling empty seats at the
Methodist church with the outcasts
of society. VWhen he was himself
cast out of the Methodist church he
established the Salvation Army to
help mend broken lives. Answering
a reporter's question about his
members being "volunteers" to:
help the downtrodden, he said,
"We are not volunteers. We are a
In 1880 the Salvation Army was
launched in the United States
where it is better known for its
social \vork. Rev. Goforth told the
Rotarians that he was a member of
the Salvation Arm, church and
worked with gangs and prostitutes
in New York Cih, \\esiern Pennsyl-
vania, Hartford, Conn., and other
places before joining the Methodist
church. The Salvation Army
remains %ery close to his heart, he
Salvation Army Community
Relations Director Da\id \Westphal
gave an overview of the LaBelle
Service Unit. In 2005, he said the
local unit assisted 5,175 people and
ministered to about 1,000 prison-
ers. At Christmas, 2,578 gifts and
food baskets were provided to the
needy. The unit also provided
Thanksgiving food baskets and
manned a food pantry throughout
the year. It also provides monetary
assistance for electric bills, gas,
transportation and medical expens-
es and even furniture. No one with
a need is turned away, he said.
Donations are needed and
always appreciated, Mr. Westphal
said, although he cautioned that
people should not send out-of-date
canned goods to charities because
they have to be discarded. Every
year, he said the Salvation Army has
to discard about 40 percent of the
food stuffs they receive because
thev are out of date so your good
intentions may not come out the
way you want them to.
He told the Rolarians that resi.
dents can pick up paper grocery
bags marked with suggested food
items. You are requested to fill the
bag at your own leisure and return
them, filled, to the Salvation Army.
The items in that bag can feed a
family of four for week and a half.
Salvation Army board member
Callie Walker reported that the
LaBelle Unit was established 12
years ago. She recalled its first
budget was just $600 per year. The
proposed 2007 budget is over
$100,000. She said the food pantry
provided 853 boxes of food last
year, including meat, at a cost of
about $30,000 and noted that the
2005 kettle drive was the most suc-
cessful ever, bringing in almost
$13,000 for the cause. She also
noted that about 80 percent of the
funds raised during the Christmas
season by Salvation Army bell
ringers stays right here in LaBelle.
.- -The Salvation Army provides
assistance all year round because,
as Mr. Westphal said, "Need knows
On Dec. ,14Yoel R. \.asquez,
18, of LaBelle was arrested and
charged with possession of
cocaine, possession of a schedule
four drug, possession of marijua-
na under 20 grams. Deput Don-
ald Davis HCSO was the arresting
On Dec. 16, Joshua Leon
Tyree, 21, of LaBelle, was arrested
and charged with possession of a
controlled substance, possession
of cannibus under 20 grams.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Commis-
sion Officers Van, Barrow and
From the Hendy County
Be extra cautious about lock-
ing doors and windows when you
leave your house or apartment,
even-for a few minutes.
Don't display holiday gifts
where they can be seen from a
window or doorway. Store gifts
before you go away on a holiday
James Lougue were arresting offi-
On Dec. 16, Augstin Tellez,
46, of LaBelle was arrested and
charged with possession of
cocaine. Cpl. B. Callahan was the
On Dec. 15, Marcellus
Lenard Smith, 29, of LaBelle was
arrested and charged with pos-
session of a weapon by a convict-
ed felon or concealed weapon,
operating a drug house, posses-
sion of marijuana with the intent
to sell, manufacture or deliver,
possession of narcotic parapher-
If you go out for the evening,
turn on lights and a radio or televi-r
sion so the house'or apartment
If you take a holiday trip away
from your home, have some inte-
rior lights activated by an auto-
matic timer. Have a neighbor or
family member watch your
house, pick up the mail and
newspaper and park his or her
motor vehicle in your driveway
nalia and violation of probation.
Investigator Martin Meyer HCSO
was. the arresting officer.
On Dec. 15, Joshua Joseph
Seifried, of LaBelle 45, was arrest-
ed and charged with possession
of cocaine. Deputy Jesus Olvera
HCSO was the affecting officer.
SOn Dc. 15, Bevel, M. May, 10,
of LaBelle was arrested for VOP:
possession of cocaine.
Francisco Gaure, Jr., 21, of
LaBelle was arrested and charged
with petit larceny and possession
of cocaine. Deputy Christian
Buchhofer HCSO was the arrest-
On Dec. 16, Abraham Calle,
31, was arrested and charged
with non-moving violation -
habitual offender. His license has
been suspended 16 times. Arrest-
ing officer was Deputy Don Davis
Two 17-year-old Clewiston
youths were arrested Dec. 8 and
charged with one count each of
aggravated battery. The arresting
officer was Deputy Nathan Kirk
It vill take six plus million dol-
lars to construct the facility that will
house the Education Center of
Southwest Florida in 2009. Since
the ECSWF is a non-profit private
career and technical education
school there will be no state funds
for this construction. How can you
support the construction and oper-
ation of the ECSWF? Listed are
some ideas for you to consider.
Remember the operation of the
school is under the direction of a
diverse, competent and qualified
board of directors representing you
and the best interests of your com-
munity whether it be LaBelle,
Clewislon, Moore Haven, Pioneer,
Ortona, Montura, Palmdale. Alva.
Muse, Crescent Acres, Ft. Denaud
or other location within a 30 mile
radius of the school and even fur-
I. Give a healthy donation to the
Education Center of Southwest
Florida, P.O. Box 183, LaBelle,
Florida 33975 remembering the
school is a 501 (C) (3) organization
eligible for a tax break. Your dona-
tion would go in the building or
scholarship fund... ..
2. Become an annual sponsor
of a building, classroom or pro-
3. Provide a scholarship yearly
or whenever the opportunity is pre-
sented. For example, $ 3,500
would sponsor a local student to
enroll in the heavy equipment
operator training program, $3,000
would sponsor a student for the
construction trades worker train-
ing program. $150 would sponsor
a student to enroll in either the
Quickbooks accounting class or
the beginning computer classes.
-1. Invite representatives from
the ECSWF to speak to your
church, fraternal, civic or other
5. Send information about job
openings at your business or other
businesses to the ECSWF to share
with students and others inquiring
6. Ask howv the ECSWF can
assist in meeting the training needs
of your company's employees or
prospective employees. The edu-
cation center may be able to coor-
dinate \our training needs.
7. Recommend the ECSWF pro-
grams to those in need of employ-
ment or needing to upgrade their
workforce skills. The education
center may be able to guide them
or meet their need.
8. Support the Captain Hendry
Dinner each fall. Buy a ticket to
attend and bid on the cakes and
other items in the auction. The pro-
ceeds go to the ECS\\T.
9. Speak up for the ECSWF.
Share the ECS\\T visionn to provide
training for the workforce in south-
west Florida, especially in Hendry
and Glades counties to meet the
needs of local businesses. Share
your ideas to promote or raise
funds for the ECSWF with board
members of ESWF staff.
10. Encourage your business or
employer to become an active
partner with the ECSWF. There will
be a need for advisors: for the pro-
grams, teachers for the classes,
directors to serve on the Board and
equipment. Your business or
employer can be a partner in meet-
ing these needs.
No charges filed against Pratt
The State Attorney's Office has
found that there is insufficient evi-
dence to file any charges against
former Fire Chief Dwayne Pratt.
According to the SAO's disposi-
tion notice, "no 'evidence of a
crime" as stated in the affidavit
filed by the Investigator Larry
Preece was found. Forgery is a
third degree felony
An investigation had been
ongoing since October 29 in refer-
ence to alleged forgery in his for-
mer position as fire chief.
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It's an ending that does justice to that holiday favorite, "It's
a Wonderful Life" well, almost. Anyway the folks at Fam-
ily Eye Care were thrilled when they got a call from a
woman who had Chocolate their beloved moose. It
seems the woman had unwittingly purchased the pur-
loined moose from a stranger. Seeing the "missing" photo
in last week's Caloosa Belle, she immediately called the
rightful owners to return Chocolate to his family. By this
time the devastated "family" had tried to assuage their sor-
row by purchasing another moose. So, Chocolate
returned home to a happy family and a new girl friend, they
call Hottie. The pair can be seen at the office, contentedly
grazing side by side. Who knows, by next Christmas there
could be yet another addition to the moose family!
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may attempt to take advantage of
people's generosity during the
Immediately after the holidays,
If you have houseguests,
advise them of your security pre-
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Unlicensed work only skin deep and this argument
ignores completely the underlying
E di1to: issue of human sexuality.
Please ,beware -of an It ignores beautifully the fact
asphalVpaving company from that human sexuality cannot be
Georgia soliciting driveway work altered on a whirr. It gains its
all over LaBelle. They already have strength frm he fac ha he
done Immokalee and may be majority of Americans hold the
.branching out in ths area. misconception that there is a gay or
t Icallledbuilding and oning, the straight switch that can be flipped
tax collectorand the City of LaBee on and off at will. No person in the
and found that they are .not world is capable of choosing his or
licensed contractorsin our area. her sexual orientation; therefore
They are getting paid and then the the idea that someone who is gay
workstarts deteriorating, would simply marry someone of
T. iere the opposite sex for romantic rea-
Dearfellow citizens, Those who love each other gen-
Having explored the traditional rally marry, and just as a hetero-
aspect of marriage and found it sexual individual would instinctive-
lacking in reasons that would sup- ly seek out someone of the
port a ban on gay marriage, I decid- opposite sex to love, a homosexual
ed to delve into the legal and spiri- individual would instinctively seek
tual aspects of marriage instead., out someone of the same sex to
I'm sure most of you are aware of -love' By understanding this it
many of the legal benefits that becomes painfully obvious that
accompany marriage. Adoption, these laws serve only as a tool for
hospital visitation rights, as well as discrimination. The laws are not
tax and social security benefits are equal because they allowone
just a few. It's not too difficult for group of people to marry the per-
anyone to see that such bans force son they love and refuse another
inequality upon gay couples. It has group that right based only on their
been argued, however, that despite sexual orientation. Having found
my claims of injustice and inequali- that the reasons behind the laws
ty these laws are not unequal at all. that prevent gay marriage are not
They prevent anyone, gay or only crippled by prejudice and mis-
straight, from marrying a person of conception, but are also void of
the same sex. Even with such laws an actual purpose, I must ask
marriage is an equal opportunity everyone again why so many have
for everyone so long as the person found them to be necessary.
.is marrying someone of the oppo- Sincerely hoping the final
site sex On the surface this argu- aspect holds a due,
meant appears valid, but beauty is Charles B. Holt
LESESE Mrs. Zimmerly,
Christmasp ay Paraprofessional
The Pre-K ESE class of LaBelle Commility
Elementary School would like to
thank the men and women of the Workers Field Trip
American Legion for our Christmas
party on December 6. We loved Ehvdward A. Upthegrove Elemen-
our balloon hats, our "magic dust" tary School first grade class would
Missour balln hts, n urmagc dust, like to thank Mrs. Lavender at the
Miss Manry sprinkled on our hands, Salvation Army, Chief Johnson at
and the super hamburgers and hog the LaBet 'lee [e'paitnient and
dogs. A big thank you to those who tment
cooked and served. Also, a special Ms. Corne at the Sheriff's Depart-
thank you to those who shopped ment for theirr informative presen-
for and wrapped our perfect gifts stations. The students will remem-
we received from Santa! Thank ber the lessons learned at the
you, Santa and all! Mery Christmas Communi't Workers Field Trip
and God's blessings onyou all! thanks to these devoted communi-
MarthaJ. Way, Pre-K Teacher Sincerely,
Mrs. Gonzalez, Edward A. Upthegrove First
Paraprofessional Grade Teachers.
By Pudge Lehman 4. If a
If you're doing the entertain- guest asks if
ing this holiday season here is a they may
survival guide. bring some-
1. Start planning ahead on say
paper. Cross off as you get things 5. Save
done. the thorough cleaning for after
2. Keep a list of all foods you the dinner or party. It will need it.
are serving and check off as you Before the event just surface
put it out. I can't tell you how clean. Clean.the toilets, sinks,
many times as we were cleaning dust lightly and spray room with
up we discovered a few things deodorizer.
that were forgotten. 6. Try to rest for a few min-
3. Put your cans of beverages utes on the day of the dinner.
in the washing machine with Everyone will be happier.
plenty of ice. Unplug it! When 7. Have clean-up stuff ready
the ice is melted remove the for spills and accidents.
cans that are left and spin the 8. Try not to sweat the small
water out. stuff. This too shall pass.
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Proper uses for
When 1 started selling life
insurance an eternity ago, I was
taught and memorized a sales
presentation that to this day I can nanial
still recite. In management I
taught it to my own agents. It is Tips
powerful and incredibly well
structured to lead to a close.
When a sales manager made that
presentation to me, I actually left byWayneC.Swi
a real estate career to sell insur-
ance, and I bought the product.
After a number of years in the weeks, will go into s(
business, I refined my own pres- more commonusag
entation. that was not a memo- insurance products. If
entation that was not a est you or will fill a ne
rized salestabut rather itwas a financial plan, call thi
customized explanation of an our choice'. Only b
applicable use specific to the company with high in
client. To this day I follow that ings. The Insurance Co
same method, do not use or like her's Office in Tallahasse
high-pressure pitches and rarely vide you with public
lose clients, information about a cc
For some time now, I have a specific agent.
been thinking about-writing on If you own a ho]
the many uses of life insurance. It real estate, including cc
is coincidental that I have seen there is a good chance:
other authors lately, writing on mortgage on it. At yoi
this same subject. Some of them life insurance policy c
are professionals, but have never that debt for your he
personallywritten a policy in their types of policies can b
life. They are just passing on book this purpose, including
knowledge. For the: next few -Reducing Term. Altho
'Tis that season to reach out
and in the spirit of peace on earth
and good will to all, express greet-
ings suitable to the season and its
"It is in that collegial spirit that I
recognize and call on all my
Democrat friends to please accept
with no obligation, implied or
implicit, my wishes for an envi-
ronmentally conscious, socially
responsible, low-stress, non-
addictive, gender-neutral celebra-
tion of the winter solstice holiday,
practiced within the most. enjoy-
able traditions of the religious per-
suasion of your choice, or secular
practices of your choice, with
respect for the religious/secular
persuasion and/or traditions of
others, or their choice not to prac-
tice religious or secular traditions
at all. I also wish you a fiscally suc-
cessful, personally fulfilling and
medically uncomplicated recog-
nition of the generally accepted
calendar year 2007, but not with-
out due respect for the calendars
of choice of other cultures whose
contributions to society have
helped make America great. Not
to imply that America is necessari-
ly greater than any other country.
nor the only America in the West-
ern Hemisphere. And without
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regard to the race, creed, color,
age, physical ability, religious faith
or sexual preference of the wish-
es. By accepting these greetings
you are accepting these terms.
This greeting is subject to clarifi-
cation or withdrawal. It is freely
transferable with no alteration to
the original greeting. It implies no
promise by the fisher to actually
implement any of the wishes for
myself or others, and is void
where prohibited by law and is
revocable at the sole discretion of
the wisher. This wish is warranted
to perform as expected within the
usual application of good tidings
for a period of one year or until
the issuance of a subsequent holi-
day greeting, whichever comes
first, and warranty is limited to
replacement of this wish or
issuance of a new wish at the sole
discretion of the wisher."
For my Republican friends -
Merry Christmas and Happy New
T. W. Bill Neville (Hendry
County Citizen and Taxpayer)
Friday, December 22
American Legion Fish Fry: 5-7
p.m. Legion Post130, Highway 80
AA: Step 11 Meditation Meeting
7 p.m. Episcopal Church of the
Good Shepherd, Collingswood &
Eucalyptus, Port LaBelle, open
Bingo! Our Lady Queen of
Heaven Catholic Church, Early
bird 6:45, Regular at 7 p.m. NO
Sunday, December 24
AA: 7 p.m. Episcopal Church of
the Good Shepherd,
Collingswood & Eucalyptus, Port
LaBelle, open discussion
Monday, December 25
Tuesday, December 26
Bike/Ped Committee: 6:30
p.m., Barron Library.
Kiwanis Club: 7 a.m., Flora and
Ella's, Hwy. 80
Hobby Class: 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Woman's Club, Hwy. 80W
Rotary Club: Boo Boo's Restau-
Teen Center: Hendry County
Health Dept., 325 Pratt Blvd., 3-7
School Board: 5:30 p.m.
County Commission: 6:30 p.m.
F&AM: lodge on Jaycee/Lions
Blvd. dinner meeting, 6 p.m.
Heartland CHADD: (Children
and Adults with Attention Deficit
Disorders) Fourth Tuesday, 7 p.m.,
LaBelle High School, teacher in-
service points available.
LaBelle Masonic Lodge #379
F&AM: 7:30 p.m. Jaycee/Lions
AA: 12 Step/Big Book study
group, 8 p.m., First Christian
Church, Ford Avenue, open meet-
AA Big Book Meeting: noon,
Episcopal Church of the Good
Shepherd, Collingswood & Euca-
lyptus, Port LaBelle, open meeting
Wednesday Night Kids: 6-7
p.m., Caloosa Baptist Church, for
youth in grades 6-12 at 500 W.
Hwy. 80. Phone 675-2348
PPVFD: drill 7 p.m.
AA 8 p.m. at the Alva Recre-
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sell this coverage through their
agents, those rates are not always
the lowest. You can use a form
known as an ATIMA form (As
Their. Interest May Appear) to
assign to a bank or mortgage
holder, only the amount of your
policy necessary to cover the
mortgage. The balance goes to
your spouse or whomever you
name. Covering your mortgage
debt is almost always an excellent
If you have minor dependent
children, they stand to.collect
from the Social Security Adminis-
tration a reasonably fair monthly
income, payable to your spouse
or the other parent/guardian who
will raise them at your death.
However, that may not be suffi-
cient to maintain them, .as they
have been accustomed. Addition-
ally your spouse, working or non-
working, may not be able to earn
enough income to replace your
lost wages Thus the family suffers.
Consider a limited-duration term
policy to provide additional fund-
ing for your children and spouse.
These policies are generally inex-
Cook and prepare holiday food safely
As local residents get ready for
the holiday season, Hendry and
Glades County Health Depart-
ment Director Neftali Fernandez,
M.D., emphasizes the importance
to safely prepare and store food to
prevent possible food borne ill-
"As family feasts are being pre-
pared for Christmas, local resi-
dents and visitors should practice
proper food hygiene," said Dr.
Fernandez. "Residents should
wash their hands and counter
tops thoroughly before and after
preparing foods to help eliminate
bacteria. Foods should be cooked
at the appropriate temperature
and leftovers should be stored in a
Dr. Fernandez also suggests
that food preparers adhere to
safety tips in order to prevent pos-
sible food borne illnesses.
Factors that can contribute to
food borne illnesses include:
improper storage of food
(inadequate refrigeration temper-
ature or hot holding temperature)
improper washing of hands
improperly cooling foods
cross contamination (e.g.,
from uncooked meat to salad
improperly cleaned and san-
itized eating and cooking utensils,
work areas and equipment
contamination of food, uten-
sils and equipment from flies,
roaches and other pests.
People who have liver disease
or diabetes, who have had gastric
surgery or who are Immune-com-
promised should avoid eating ra\v
oysters or other raw animal pro-
tein during the holidays. Oysters
that are thoroughly cooked or
have been post-harvest treated
can be consumed by people with
the above underlying physical
conditions to minimize the risk of
infection from Vibrio vulnificus.
The Hendry Glades County
Health Department promotes and
protects the health and safety of
the two counties through the
delivery of quality health services
and the promotion of health care
standards. For additional informa-
tion please contact them at any ot
their three sites or via e-mail
http: doh.slate.l1.us chd-
Hendry home.html. For more
information regarding food safety
visit www.doh.state.fl.us and
select "food hygiene" from the
drop down box.
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What is your advice for raising children?
Rick Fineout said, "My favorite
Christmas memory is getting
Christmas trees that are too
big for the living room and
... then having to trim 3 ft. off the
top and the bottom."
Connie Fineout said, "My T "
favorite Christmas memory
took place back in 1990 when .
we took our 10 year-old fos-
ter son named Greg, to cut
down a Christmas tree in i
New York State."
Dilsey Graham Lee said, "My
favorite Christmas memory was
when I was young and spent
*" Christmas with a dependable mom
and dad and a loving family. Now I
Just consider it a blessing to be
alive and a part of Hendry County
Where I was born and raised. I
have nine siblings. I am the 5th
one. I have four older and four
S younger siblings. I couldn't think
of a better place to live than in
LaBelle. My daddy, Eddie Graham,
was the first black deputy in
LaBelle. Merry Christmas, Happy
New Year and God bless to all."
Lillie Mae Leathers said, "I --
have a loving memory of
being raised in LaBelle and
spending Christmas with my -
mother and father when they -
were still alive and my hus- "
band Johnny Leathers before
he was in the nursing home
Bob Roper said, "My favorite
SlE w ""--^- Christmas memory happened the
Year of 1936 or 1937 when I was
I about ten years old and my older
Brother bought me a bike. He
worked as a paper boy for the
Miami Herald and gave 25 cent a
week to a bike shop to have a bike
made for me. The only question I
remember him asking me was
P-' lF what my favorite color was. Of
S course I told him royal blue and
that was the color of my bike."
Marisela Hernandez said, "My
favorite Christmas memory was
when my whole family got together
here in LaBelle and we celebrated
Christmas together. We hadn't
seen each other for awhile
because they're from Mexico."
To al: Politically,
Spousal Protection. In our
world today, this does not just
apply to wives. It applies to hus-
bands as well. If a working
spouse dies, the survivor is left
with a serious loss of annual
income. It's not only the mort-
gage and child-rearing expenses.
It's the automobile, and clothes,
and food, and a whole lot of other
bills coming due. You probably,
but not always, have some group
term life insurance through your
employer. It is most often about
two years of your annual income.
It usually is not enough. You also
need to check the beneficiary on
it. I have seen many times when a
child is named as a loving gesture,
but that may' really hurt financially
and emotionally the spouse. A
permanent plan of insurance,
such as a cash-building Universal
Life policy is. frequently used for
this need. From your agent
require an illustration fully funded
to age 100 at a reasonable interest
Next week I will continue with
a whole bunch of additional
ideas. Wayne C. Swvitzer, CLU,
Caloosa Belle, Thursday, December 21,2006
Chamber makes season special
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Randy Hudson in his football uniform before his surgery.
Enjoying life again
By Kristin Hunter
Randy Hudson is the typical 15-
year-old boy. He played football
and went through the same things
most teenage boys do, until one
day in September. Sitting in class,
he noticed that his neck felt sore. By
the time he told his parents about a
week later it had turned into a
bump about the size of golf ball.
Antibiotics did the trick, or so it
seemed, but as soon as he finished
them, the bump started coming
back., Eventually, the doctor
referred him to an oncologist. Dr.
Salmon could not cure it with even
stronger antibiotics. A cat scan told
them was that it looked like a large
abscess lull of puss or a lump of
some kind. Then the lump
changed position from a ball to
stretching out the full length of
Randy's neck. Only surgery was
lelt to find out if it was cancer.
%\ell. 1,hat ihe\ found was a
er- large abscess full of puss and.
severe inflammation. He went in
for surgery on Friday the 13th of
October, about one month after
having a sore neck. They were
absolutely no bacteria in the
drainage. Even the doctor was sur-
prised. Apparently, the antibiotics
got rid of the bacteria but there was
no way to drain the puss. It would
have only continued to get bigger
4The Hudsons have a total of
$47,000 in doctor bills. Al one point,
the insurance company denied the
hospital stay claim and it is still
under medical review The scary
part is Randy wasn't sick when it
came on. He had been healthy,
playing football, so the Hudsons
thought that maybe it was from
being hit in football practice.
Mrs. Hudson says, "The
unknown as a parent was our
biggest tear. We assumed the
worst and hoped for the best."
Randy says he feels fine now and is
just a little sore where the scar is
healing But rih sa\s the pirls think
it's really cool.
Dana Howard Weekley Post 130
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starting off with spectacular
Christmas in the Park event Dec.
1. It was so successful that the
chamber plans to make it an
annual event Santa, snow,
games, holiday music, Ronald
McDonald! Who could pass that
up? Please note the folks to
thank for that imaginative event
at the end of this article. Their
generosity, gave local folks one
of the best events they've
enjoyed in some time.
The chamber also announces
the winners of its annual Christ-
mas Decorating Contest. They
Residence: Best Decorated:
Baer residence, 260 Trader
Road; Best Lighted: John and
Helen Gallegos, 590 Evans
Road, Best Overall: Christi
Lopez, 983 Nobles Road. The
committee voted to present a
special "Toy House" Award to
little Leyton Spencer who deco-
rated her doll house with her
parents Mike and Trish Spencer,
333 N. Missouri St.
Best Decorated: Alico; 640 S.
Main St., Best Lighted; Family
Eye Center, 100 N. Main St., and
Best Overall: LaBelle City Hall,
481 SR 80W%
c;eaoosa Belle/rrisrin nunter
Ronald McDonald was an invited guest at the Greater LaBelle
Chamber of Commece's big Christmas in the Park event.
Here he poses with 4-year-old Elizabeth and 5-year-old Josi-
ah Williams. As always, he was a hit with the little and not so
little ones. :,,'
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Caloosa Belle/Kristln Hunter
Matt Rentz and Michael Awbrey were chosen to play in the South-Central All Star Foot-
ball Game in Sebring on Saturday, December 16. Both boys were starting offensive tack-
les for LHS and played a key role in helping LaBelle to its 8-4 season. Ron Dunbar, the
head coach of the LHS football team, also helped coach the South All Star Team in the
All Star game. The South team consisted of players from Lemon Bay, Port Charlotte,
Charlotte, North Port, DeSoto and Moore Haven. The Central team consisted of players
from Lake Placid, Hardee, Avon Park, Sebring, Okeechobee, Lake Wales and Bartow.
In a special lighting contest at
Tall. Pines winner the Escobedo
family, at 452 Sabal Palm Court,
won the $25 cash prize, The fami-
ly decorates every year. There
were nine entries in just that two
Share Christmas Eve
at Assembly of God
The LaBelle Assembly of Go.d
invites everyone to join in a united
worship service at 11 a.m. Dec. 24
to hear Pastor Avery share his
Christmas of hope, joy and victo-
ry. At the 6 p.m. service, you will
hear the Christmas story and
receive Holy Communion under
the glow of candlelight. There will
be no 9:-15 a.m. service that day.
For more information call 675-
0900. The church is located at 123
Fraser Ave., across from the
Edward A. Upthegrove Eleme-
Live Nativity scene
Community Harvest Worship
Center will have a live Nativity
scene in the parking lot of the
church on December 21-22 from
7-8:30 p.m. There will be a live
baby Jesus, live animals and
Christmas carolers. Community
Harvest is-located directly across
from the rodeo grounds on the
corner of Hwy. 29 and 55 Orange
St. The church office is open Mon-
day, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
from 9a.m.-1 p.m.; call 675-0938.
Found: mare and colt
Call the Hendry County Sher-
iff's Office Ag Unit at 67444630 if
you have lost a mare and colt.
Glades GOP to meet
The Glades County Republican
Group will hold its next meeting
on Wednesday, Jan. 10, at 7 p.m.
December 21: Sandra Puletti,
Jimmy Daniels, Angela Loux,
David Clark, Lakeohia Gunsby, San
Juanita Perez, Marty Howell, Mar-
December 22: Tommy Smith,
Lesley Pittman, Linda Crews, Lucy
Home, Martin Gonzalez, Jr., Patri-
cia Hunter, Maria Lourdes Flores
December 23: Sally Campbell,
Kenny Perkins, Margaret Wilson,
Jeff Wells, Teresa Ham Christo-
pher Knight, Ann Minchew,
Matthew Hall, Peter Miller, Justin
C. Meek, Trey Jones, Verniece Gra-
ham, Ginny Perry
December 24: Kristy Clark,
Mike Awbrey, Elaine Whitney,
Harace Wilkison, Martha Testor,
Norman Testor, Alice Gonzalez,
Timothy Knight, Virginia Holmes,
Evie Williams, James Whobrey,
Thomas K. Boardman, Jucil
Green, Christian Arriola
December 25: Jody Risley,
Anna Rivera, Mary Robinson,
Meghan Sutton, Michael Burton,
Jeanne Thomas, Donna Chezem,
Clarence Williams, Judy Gerst-
man, Martha Burke, Judy Cross,
Miss Harrell, Kimberly Mabire,
David Harris, George Molsey, Tal-
bert Harris, Preston Spencer, Hazel
Niuman, Angie Watkins, Shelby
O'Bannon, Julia William
December 26: Robert
Rodriguez, Larry Nolte, Kellie
McDaniels, Carol Byrd, Francis
Howard, Joan Willis, Judy Harris,
Billie Hill, Ashley Summerall
December 27: Charlie Peacock,
Chuck Porter, Angela Broom, Den-
nis Sutton, Callie English, Charlann
Howard, Peggy Walson, Solon
Mills, Buster Austin, Scott Hull,
Valda Steed, Shelsy Marie Gutier-
rez, Elgin Shore, Philip Taston, Dee
Dee Bauer, Peggy Sauds, Donna
December 28: Kristen Wilson,
June Shivers, Amanda Miller,
Meredith Marcum, Rose Williams,
Bias Molina, Jr., Amber Grigsbey,
Joann Neely, Tyler O'Ferrell,
at the Moore Haven Library. For
more information, please call
Audubon to hear
Members and guests are in\it-
ed to the Hendry/Glades
Audubon meeting to be held
Monday. Jan. 8. at 7 p.m., LaBelle
City Hall Commission Room on
Highway 80 across for Flora and
Ella's Restaurant. Dr. Reed Bow-
man, Archibold Biological Station
will speak on "The Ecology and
Conservation of Scrub and the
Florida Scrub-Jay." For informa-
tion contact Janet Falk 863-675-
2506 or Steve Buczynski (863)
New Testament Baptist
Church invites all to their Christ-
mas Revival to hear chalk art
evangelist Vester Arnold present
the \Word in Art. The person who
has the most visitors with them
will receive the chalk art drawing
for each service, which will be the
theme of the message, revealing
unseen images when a black light
is 'applied. The services will be
Dec. 24, at 10a.m. and 6 p.m. and
Tuesday, Dec. 26, at 7:30 p.m. The
church is located at 300 Davis St.
at the corner of Bryan Ave. For
more information or transporta-
tion call Pastor Ben Millican at
673-0782 or James Wyrals at 673-
Learn lessons at
Come to Judgment House at
First Baptist Church LaBelle, Jan-
uary 12-14. Judgment House is a
true-to-life drama, played out in a
series of 8 oonis that tells the
story of the lives of several family
members. This year's drama,
"Behind the Family Portrait," is a
story about a dysfunctional family
struggling with some of the same
issues we all face.
The American Legion invites
everyone to their annual New
Year's party Sunday, Dec. 31, from
7 p.m. til? Enjoy a luau with music
and karaoke by "Two Sharps and
a Flat." The party is open to the
public so come on down and join
Library plans annual
Come one...Come all to Bar-
ron's annual Christmas program.
This year the theme will be "A
Christmas Fantasy," and will fea-
lure story time around the fire-
place, Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let
It Popcorn Snow and holiday pic-
tures with Mr. and Mrs. "Claws"
and their elves. Everyone is invit-
ed from ages I to 101 on Thurs-
day, Dec. 21, at 7 p.m. This will be
great family holiday fun for all! For
questions, call Lori Howard at
The Pioneer Annual Turkey
Shoot will be December 22-23
from 7 p.m. till ? at 2499 Hendry
Isles Blvd. It is a $3 donation for
turkey and a $4 donation for ham.
Everyone is welcome.
The community is invited to a
Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
Dec. 24 at 6 p.m. at the First Bap-
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Main Street. 863-675-2171.
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buil. yurui 1:.,di Jorl. In the s )e hafito of The A rrii-'c. rra mair.
laned waterway. Live in tie country, jujt sicoriln from the he irl
of LaPlle. nori6 w,-kcome $595,000
MORE THAN MEEfS IHE EYEI Hard to fii-n home on deed
resi.rcted ,icregc tucie. neatly ajway yeL r-i:ondr from -, ,0A
Backs up to a pristine retention lake with amazing sunsets. Low
maintenance CBS/Stucco exterior with all the details of a well
deuigined country home on ithe in:id Feaiiur'. included trayceil-
irng initr or door. ll tiiomrr tuill, ,t'.uicm ':.ibtnetr w;h tile
i: .:plish ind r.id rie counlefiipi. ll ?[in.':o. ria. wood ,:-i.-
p :-'urround.l I 'l:t: firpl.:e. 3nrl wood floor ithrouinouti fin.
:i ine ltcol: $159,000 REDUCED
50 F' PRIVATE DJRIVE leads to expansive 6.7 acres with;
470+/- Ft of riverfront located close to town. Build close to the
waters edge with almost viturally no Corp. Easement.
RIVERFRONT 5 ACRES wilh 21 +,- feei orffonitag High ele-
vatior, reveJli. pecla:ula. View $895,000 REDUCED
RIERFRONT 1.15 ACRE honm-:,iil orn pre:iig ou.i Port
e[il,-ud d, $525,001) REDUCED
PROTECTED HARBOR lust one lot in off the main channel of
the Caloosahatchee Waterway Build your dream home:under
the scenic oaks in this park like setting. Located in Caloosa
LOTS AND LAND
318 ACRE HUNTERS PARADISE Old Florida its best. Enjoy
the tranquility of the wild life and natural habitat with several
gorgeous oak hammocks a beautiful creek and several ponds.
'ITrkey, deer, wild hogs, leave evidence of their presence on the
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL 25 acres plus on Ft. Denaud Rd.
Pair up with available waterfront (priced independently) for an
ILIIl IN IU r I ITEru LAii 11n IUin -
mutlijciuei .J h.me ,n 2 "2' re.- located at
the end o:,( ,pIed Trcl Fejiuism include
Ijrgec iL-., nc* cr mcul rIoj., jddilunjl
o 'Til on rejr FM ith d jAt-lir) j.:i4-, p uf"ip
house, detached 2 vehide carport, 10'x12'
Heritage Shcd i nd B.: : ~jer conditioningg
system. If quiet and c.:unti) ii. l.htl )o:'u're
lIokinp f'r, this ,i.uld' be 11 H.mi,, b:iriO ':,,ldJ
"AS IS" wlh right ito:i nsp:it. $175,000.
BELMONT ARE- C'mplkiey rfrbich'id
h.eir 'le Iri nIcs oI 6,1mc-fir Grcr ifarmil nilgh-
MLSIiIiri' i- iri o a- vli
A MLUST SEE! 5,A 1.1 xira1ig 4 I -i''i.sftI o .' W
uke flI:.irg ihc,.ighoui cepi Lxidr'" is-. COUIT VVLLAGE E i- hirnt or, Sic ratu:
paf i',IJ hg umAd epa dining ck hmr Wiri hin 'r inrli-
rouril, ihe kadierc hj4 rrit t ,d j b,riet maiiPiF'i 133,500 MLS2iinlr.9liQ'
40.'14 CLEARED AND FENCED ACRES IN
MUSE. i .ui 10i INrnuies t rom LjBelle. Quiet
secluded location, perfect for farming or live-
stock. -Asking price $725,000.
MI #2'LS,, ,I '. '
SPACIOUS, BEAUTIFUL AREA OF
LABELLEI Thi .Jiceagj cloie i' [-.rn i,.
rif-ir~' Grcjt l:.cjricr, gr&ji price with beauti-
rul oak rtees! $220,000. ML:i.1:0'iS:.5.''l
2 2.5 ACRE PARCELS available in Pioneer
Plantation $82,500 each. MLS#200613934
PORT LABELLE UNIT 2. Beaiuilul 1. acre
close to Cowboy Way. Great price for this
huge corner lot and adjacent lot. Make a
great homrsite. $55,000. MLS200679499
HOMESITE AVAILABLE ON ROYCE
ROAD in Lnit 1. oif P.nrt LABelle $i-6,000.
MLS2o(h .t1.41 A.l',:niling lo.i alo JaJijble
$-16.000. MLS.iill..ii-''i o Seller finrniirng
a\ilabble tiih 25% do',n pa\vmen Seller has
GREAT RESIDENTIAL CL-DE-SAC LOT
in a fast growing area of Port LaBelle, thi' ldi
has a preenbelt cn rear, pro,,dilnrg rrple
ti.ky.ad jd ndr pni3cy Centrjl wjir rp:.uc
,\iern required J iu bulJd $40,000. MILS#
CaeCra. or yrs-PneIlnd-Lhih-Bun toe-Eseo- Sari Carlos La elle- Napes
Puna 6oro ChrltteHabo0- or Carotte- eepCrek- Mudoc Veic
Not Pd- ooris Eglewod66Hern Crek spre
up.ciie tii..lenriiil pro'ir':l $150,000 per acre.
SFCIUDED HEAR YOUlSELF THINiE :I. i.ir+ : e: i .! tll.0lk :fi
Kirby Thompjsn Pc i po irnily ilel u h i fr hly .I? i:,lu n.l fi i 411 111.
k.M :i fill for i 0 e $38 0,,000.
fORTo ABELLE RRANC'(FE I,:,TEd.: on Fro:nir r '.r ;.
Acre: dtl: up i ;[,t,:-l,,-Ji iirei ind srior : ire w .lcorrie
ke'itnCed to sit. t.uil, nlfle fiinuIIQ c ile i'j l:':' $275.000
OAK HAVEN 2 ACRES ,'1.: filled in ,io., of L i elle i mo-:t ,i.:lr.
able d .eed Alr lI:. te'1 ,:mmuriua ,, ompler-i': 'llh p .J.'d 3nd
lighted streeLs, if I'ou 're. l l:ing for quii ;:..:iu:ion ai d m iie;ic l
ojl.4. rh-i iil $215.000.
EXECU(L'V' HOMESIt '.orge.:ru .d ,,cd A.:,- .Rl.i.
lil:e imile: J -i' Lnioa r4e ,:on ri .rr': .nd pid'l"iL-', $31"0,000.
OVERSIZED HOMESITE: .on.:i' 'l'3l l ,.'-i i ti ,he i:ri, tih
e.5- f' a ,:,: e; 0 .o "1: l ,:[cr r r io r.i:uredl in l rc t r yC'1ur
rli'am horne Lo- o$ f roA. M nd Tmapl,'- Wa> $105,000., Il E,:reerId p.:.:ri jld i lj:hic r-":'le i:rn wikh erIn.:l'ei
reduced 1o $"9,000 for quick sale. Sr-r ,- 5229.900.
PORTLAREI F LOTS:.lo.e t no i de i'lopmriin arer tmirl r NEW CONSTRUCTION BFAY TO MOVE IN. iip grld-is
na FTl:eJ fromri $24,900 and up : ill r or in ne a C. r 'h:t ,er is.l ,r e, :cil,d jui,t C,: ounT.e topi wo ol .:it.irets 16:1. O,:uTi.
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SELLER FINANCING AVAILABLE .,.lh ;': .-,,. ti 'L Afie "' $219,000.
te..e' forrt ilie "1 4.: lo Minmn' 1-.. on' u ,ri 'i: uri.ir' BR BA OMF :o ,. .ri:ntri l.:aiei r. ,n L il: ur. li-m.
iuier in lie i iTiff.,li.ii te i A L ien $ -15,000. I-'ll:.le 1, ~ -,hrppin, :-:ho l; ei:. n .:- l ..:then A. n. a. d d.j c
Nice Buildln 19,1 in Horsnehoe Acres 'or oal: r m .li'er It or. 209,500.
tuili hon-e Onily 18,500 REMODELED SBR2BA plu: ,den uld t: 11h t-:dr.m,
a:a ,:i u rne r lor i Ni eT N .'th:i'.:r,r. 'nj of !LheI t ",-i l,', p[.' ffln in [i
SjL.Belle tren,:o.d tfd: yir0 $1"9,500.
.U R COUNtown corner lot. ~.jinr: l -I : ,nin on itree -.iicle.',. l ovdrin
Stial for business zoning of its ow', liA you ,. lo,'.ig o" w f'l:e
n of old Florida Architecture, this one's for you. $169,900.
WANT A LARGE YARD? Here is a 2.5 Ac well shaded & beauti-
fully treed property with a well maintained 3/2 manufactured
Some Start enjoying the great outdoors $160,000.
LUXURY COUNTRY LIVING. Horses Welcomel Upgrades PRIMBE CORNER 2B -lih alpi .II[ oran ll uiiele.l C:oUtSo, -'j,
include wood floors, stacked stone fireplace, granite counter- n. '. r:f on hiln Si The brlnt 2 A ,. 'e :one.t L'he in.iu.liil tIth'
tops, stainless steel appliances, crown moulding, skylight dorm- r r~ ~arinir i..ngione.'a Hfi ay induu;l :.[re .ppoiirp-rurur f,:. fl.
ers, and top of the line ceiling fans with decorative medallions, space development. Easy access to SR 29 and SR 80 located across
The caged pool features, spa jets, pavers, and a generous lanai from the State Attorney's Office and close to LaBele Airport.
The 12 acres is every horse lovers dream. It includes a large barn $3,064,466.
with 3 oversized stalls and tack room with shelving as well as a COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL 4 ac. located approx 1 mile west
fully irrgatieJ rlira ng arr jn.a nd a 2.-ir: worS; 'hopF.'urli. of Cowboy ay with 800 lineal ft on Hwy 80. Directly across
Adiduornal Acrex.a i anitle, oter. fmui b,.: ,:oi ent upon fom the proposed future Wl-Mart location. $1,500,000.-
a outyapraorpropr 5,00. ACRESOFPMIXEDINDUSTRIALUSEwith176ft.onpromi-
OAKLU.LEDPLROri,- vll l j,.'Ih I I'.jtUIIIIn, J Ilollle-i'II
Lw jp.itmcntM in iti; cRy I'l -llerii r will :orniribul up i10
$8000 toward buyers closing costs. $377,000.
BEAUTIFUL NEW CONSTRUCTION 3/2+den/office (could
be 4th bedroomli Ui ljiturface countertops,
stainless steel ap hIReifL I N tber suite with luxuri-
ous bath and waslerFyr.Mocated on apt. Hendry Dc, close
to everything. Price reduced to $361,000.
JRUSTIC CEIMR HOME 4BB/3.5BA on oak filled acreage, in
ground caged pool, horse barn and dog pens are just some of
the existing amenities. Newgalvalume roof. $324,900.
COUNTRY OUIET living on 3+/- acres, Spacious great room
concept with fireplace. 3Bed/2Ba plus office, property features a
nent CowboyWay Asking $915,000.
LIGHT INDUSTRIAL 4.65 AC with 2400 Sq, Ft. Steel Bldg
Excellent road accessjust outside the city limits. Could be split
under current zoning. $81.9,000.
HEAVY INDUSTRIAL 1 AC SITE just south of the city limits.
Industrial Loop S/D. Easy access to both SR 80 and Hwy 29.'
Cleared, filled and culvert in. Seller Financing for qualified
HARD TO FIND IFAVY INDUSTRIAL Builders acre on a
paved road. Industrial Loop S/D. $269,000.
SR 80 FRONTAGE s O l lx-Nifrea of new growth.
FEATURES OF THE WEEK
CHARMING 2BR/2BA CREEKFRONT
HOME situated on more than a half acre
corner lot with large oak and citrus trees.
Located on Pollywog Point Road in Caloosa
Estates & provides the ultimate in privacy.
Home features new tile roof, new kitchen,
ceramic tile and vood flooring in living
2BR/2BA UNIT WOULD MAKE A
GREAT RENTAL INVESTMENT or full-
time residence. Located on the first floor
this condo features tile throughout (except
bedrooms), new carpet in bedrooms, new
paint, solid surface counter tops & lanai.
Comfortable living awaits your arrival!
3BR/1BA IN COUNTRY VILLAGE. Nice
floor plan, tile through out Priced to sell
WATERFRONT HOMES / LOTS
LOCATION, LOCATION. LOCA-
TION!!! This 3 +/- acre peninsula has
over 700' of Caloosahatchee River
frontage with Hwy. 29 access. Zoned C-2
your possibilities are endless! $3,300,000
PARCEL! Two buildable lots w/60' pro-
tected dock on old river oxbow. Pristine
views up river & across to protected state
owned land. Plus no corps setback,
approx. 200 ft. of waterfront & situated
on both the Caloosahatchee River
(Intracoastal Waterway) and the old river
WATERFRONT & PRIVACY AT IT'S
BESTI This recently renovated
3BR/2BA home is located at the Ortona
Locks. Fish from your own private dock.
(Permit in place to add new dock w/ lift.)
Priced to Selll!! $499,900.
BEAUTIFUL RIVERVIEWS from this
waterfront home site on deep-water river
oxbow w/ private dock in place. Home
site is located approx. 75 ft. from the
main river. Permits are in place to re-
dredge oxbow. $499,000
SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR NATURE
LOVERS. This 2/2 CBS Home & Guest
mobile is on Jack's Branch w/river access.
This Unique property also has its own
private ISLAND. Gorgeous property is
covered w/large oaks. Call for more
details. REDUCED $375,000
GORGEOUS RIVERFRONT! This 1.04
acre lot is wooded & located on County
Road 78. Build your dream home on this
parcel & enjoy endless views of the
Caloosahatchee River. Seller Motivated!
Bring all offers Price Reduced $399,000
TUNITY! 200' WIDE;
DEEP WATER! Private
canal frontage less than 600'
to Caloosahatchee River.
Currently zoned for up to
12 units with sewer and
water. Prime location, walk-
ing distance to Downtown
LaBelle,just East of Bridge.
Great waterfront value
HOMES IN THE CITY
AFFORDABLE AND WELL MAIN-
TAINED 3BR/2BA manufactured home
w/ office or possible 4th bedroom.
Perfect starter home or rental invest-
ment. Located within city limits, com-
pletely fenced & priced to sell! Price
A GREAT RENTAL INVESTMENT OR
STARTER HOME This 3BR/2BA man-
ufactured home has a lot to offer. Split
floor plan, deck, new carpet & paint.
Priced to sell! Possible owner financing
available! Owner will consider all offers!
Price Reduced $105,000
IMMACULATE 3BR/2BA MANUFAC-
TURED HOME situated on shaded
oversized lot in town & completely
fenced. Home features vaulted ceilings,
split floor plan, kitchen with pantry &
breakfast island. Reduced $134,900
PRICED TO SELL! Home in the city w/
many oaks. This 3BR/2BA features gal-
valume roof, new interior paint, open iv-
ing area, eat in kitchen & open dining.
Fenced back yard with well for lawn irri-
gation & storage shed. $179,900
CHARMING 2BR/2BA CEDAR HOME
sits on oversized corner lot in the city.
Features are vaulted ceilings, tile, French
doors, fenced back yard & extra storage.
OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE.
2BR/2BA on SR 29 situated on '/2 acre.
3BR/1BA IN COUNTRY VILLAGE.
Nice floor plan, tile through out. Priced
to sell $130,000
3BR/2BA HOME w/tile through out liv-
ing areas. Large living room + family
room. Fenced back yard w/ many tropicals &
BBQ room. Price Reduced $179,900
APPEALING 2BR/2BA HOME located
in a desirable neighborhood approxi-
mately 5 miles West of LaBelle. Features
include open floor plan, new metal roof,
ceramic tile, fenced rear yard, and gor-
geous curb appeal. Home recently paint-
ed inside and out is situated on a beauti-
ful .25 acre lot. Move in ready
3BR/2BA HOME. WELL KEPT &
CLEANI This home is truly a beauty
from the inside out. Features: ceramic
tile, bonus room w/ hurricane shutters,
screened porch, alarm system & spacious
bedrooms & bathrooms. Well manicured
corner lot w/ irrigation system. A must
3BR/2BA CBS HOME W/POOL IN
LAUREL OAKS, very desirable neigh-
borhood w/ great floor plan for a grow-
ing family. Property is surrounded by
large oaks. Home/pool needs TLC, being
sold AS IS. Price Reduced $199,900'
CBS HOME- PORT LABELLE UNIT
102. Features open floor plan, split bed-
rooms, Frigidaire stainless steel appli-
ances, tile throughout, separate tub and
shower in master, vaulted ceilings, patio
and two car garage. $219,000
IMMACULATE 3BR/1BA CBS HOME
w/ bonus room. Situated on a 1/ acre cor-
ner lot w/great curb appeal. Price
includes additional buildable lot.
3BR/2.5BA CBS POOL HOME. spacious
floor plan boasting over 2,000 ft. of a/c
living space, large family room overlook-
ing beautiful lap pool, patio and court-
yard. Also features office/4th bedroom,
walk in closets, brick paved deck and new
roof in 2005. $310,000
HOMES ON ACREAGE
SPACIOUS MANUFACTURED HOME
ON 5+/- ACRES. Property has pond,
fenced, cleared & ready for your horses.
This 4BR/2BA oversized home features
split floor plan, wood-like flooring in liv-
ing areas & many extras! Price Reduced
SPACIOUS 4BR/2BA MANUFACTURED
HOME on 4.84 +/- acres w/ pond &
mostly cleared. Split floor plan, large
master bedroom/ bath, office/nursery,
formal living room, family room & open
kitchen w/ island. $325,000
3BR/1BA 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 stable.
HWY 78 FRONTAGE, Over 12 acres w/2
living units. Homesteaded in 1893 by
William Henry Whidden. It will be hard
to find a more desirable site. A prime
location in an area of proposed future
development in beautiful Fort Denaud.
Features a 3/2 CBS home & rental mobile
home on 12.03 acres with massive old
oaks and palms. Located approximately
7 1/2 miles W of LaBelle with frontage on
Hwy 78 & Norris Rd. $900,000.
UNIOUE OLD FLORIDA ESTATE!
10,538 sq. ft. under roof + 2,585 sq. ft.
pool & patio area! Exclusive pool home
located East of LaBelle on 5 beautiful,
oak- & citrus-filled acres fronting on SR
80. Home features many architectural
details from vaulted ceilings and sky-
lights, to Spanish tile flooring. Custom
floor plan includes 3 master suites, pri-
vate sitting rooms, French doors to large
lanai, covered walkways, poolside rec
room, IBR/1BA cottage, twelve-bay
workshop w/garage, electric gate
entranceway, paved drive & completely
fenced. One of a kind! $1,500,000
COUNTRY LIVING... minutes from
town. Located in the path of develop-
ment! This 30 acre property w/custom
2BR/3BA home offers income from
grove, privacy & the possibility of future
development with county approval.
3RD AVENUE .45 Acre $69,000
CALHOUN STREET .64 Acre $89,000
201 N. HICKORY S .62 Acre $98,500
PORT LABELLE LOTS AVAILABLE
$24,000 $48,000. Call for details.
MONTURA RANCH ESTATES-
Residential homesites available.
PRIME LOCATION! Business zoned
property located in Downtown LaBelle.
Perfectly situated on the corner of (HWY
29) Bridge Street and Park Avenue, less
than 1 block from the Caloosahatchee
River. 1,846 sq. ft. Historical Florida-
Style two story building fronts on Bridge
BRING YOUR BUSINESS TO THE
HEART OF THE CITY. This business
zoned property is located in LaBelle on
Hwy 80. Improvements include CBS
building w/44' x 24' canopy. $399,000
BEST BUY! Affordable Business Zoned
Property! This 2BR/1BA home is situated on
a high traffic road in the city. Just 2 blocks
north of Hwy 80 and 1 block east of Bridge
Street and surrounded by local banks and
businesses. Priced to Sell! $150,000
INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY! Excellent
investment opportunity w/ 277' frontage
on Hwy 29. 1.59+/- acres on corner of
Hwy 29 and N. Industrial Loop Road, 3
steel buildings- (Warehouse-3,800 sq. ft.;
shop 1,600 sq. ft. ; office building 2,520
sq. ft.) all currently leased. $1,300,000
ESTABLISHED IN 1984 The Gator Bait
Pub has been a thriving business in the
Pioneer Community for many years. If
you've ever wanted to run your own
Restaurant and Lounge here's your
chance. This quaint establishment comes
fully furnished, completely equipped
kitchen & offers a great start for any
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Matilvn Seaik- Liceted R state oker Associ*5e Ifrndrs~Mn Wusautry, YvonjDoU. Coaieo Thtope Op&. 46Moss ,r Cih
8 Caloosa Belle, Thursday, December 21, 2006
REAL DEALS ARE
FOUND IN THE
HOME BUYERS GUIDE
As we welcome the holiday and all that it represents,
we're reminded of-the many people who
have pulled for us this year, and we thank \ou from the bot-
tom of our hearts. With warm wishes
for a wonderful Christmas
and a happy and successful New Year.
From all of us at the
Patty, Barbara, Kristin and Dale
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CHRISTMAS HOURS & DEADLINES
The Classified Center will be closed on .
Monday, December 25"' -
About 'Whee you'frcome Up ly With ; ,
yfor A New !*(ome?
*^O n^^J701aa^nv 3 ffl ,Y
in observance of the Christmas holiday.
S The Caloosa Belle's Thursday, December 28'
edition will. deadline as follows;
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Incolumn 2:00 p.m. Friday, Decmhber 22"1
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:. Builders -SA-E Hendry
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This Months Features
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0 at C $oo900
6025 KurquetCir. OrM2 $207,900
9016 Lamdn Cr. 322 $229,900
*Fe.. lots left starting @ 29.9K
*Owner-Fie ls le ing O C T CHECKS 2.0'?o Interest rate mortgage buy down or
*OwnerFinancing = NOCREDIT CHECKS
wF.-entrdFhuriesledE.' ,i ,-.k.: $3000 toward closing costs on Specs.
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R mentall LEYT!
F. Brond fir. .Sl100/mth
$180.000 C.n.pletel) remodeled
iBD I BA hi,,rrn R.:fi and ia 6s k ihan 2
tearso hi Ne% purti inside and ,oui
$310,000- Pn..e reduc.uJ ,.uajic. u .r.
full lots, 3BD/2BA with circle drive/carport
and detached two car garage with work shop.
Back yard fenced with drive thru gate.
Completely remodeled and updated. This
house is as new as :i :an gei Priced reason-
ably in highly sought after Belmont
Subdivision inside the City Limits!
* $350,000 Gorgeous 5BD/2BA Home on
1 25 + jcrei in Lehigh Looking for pritaj,
this is it' There is r::nm for the whole family,
The home feature stunl-es apprliarce, i
fireplace, maiist.bath sth a3 ijt:uzz. ub and
h-us and her sirlk. and an aln: boe around pool
Other is also a si-hed for storagee
* $795,000 Custom 2005 BD `2BA hi-:,,1e-
on 3.71+/- acres in Alva. HI-i:ime h-Is man
upigrafjs and properrnti ri i t ah itmrulie
oaks and much more, Amus sc' ll ,i:da)
* $78,800 3BD/2BA mt,:,ile h:rnie r n
Ortona. The riobile home i: piruill- rtur-
nished. The lot is surrounded in bcjuilful
palm and oak trees.
* $172,900 Price Reducl.-. :.BD 2EB.\
Manufactured home on 1.86- .:rc. inr F:rt
Denaud Acres. Looking for -r'\ a:e: i.:
Fort Myers this is it.
* $185,900 Jusi Redlu:ed b-'LBD P.
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SUNSETS, BOATS and deep water dock along with
a 3BRj2BA CBS home on 1.35+/- ac... $825,000
PANORAMIC VIEWS of the Caloosahatchee River
await you in this 3BR/2.5BA home with an oversized
private boat dock. Communifu ji~co.t. ioat ramp., &-
tennis court. $749.000
UPGRADED 3BR/2BA HOME FEATURES 125 Ft
of ri\er frontage. Convenient located within 1 mile
of marina, restaurants and golf course. $599.900
ENJOY AFFORDABLE RIVER ACCESS with this
3BR/2BA home, na igable creek offers diect access
to the Caloosahatchee River. $369.000
PERFECT SIZED GET-A-WAY OASIS! 3 BR/2B.A
canal front M.'H includes detailed upgrades and
thoughtful landscape. $145,000
WATERFRONT HOMES SITES
MAKE THIS 200 FT. OF RIVER FRONTAGE
YOURS. 2.50 +,'- ac of riverfront acreage with
removable spoil easement has access from CR 78.
3 BR 2BA CBS BOME on 2'0 + a.: brn-..s a ivvI-i) work'-h.p kincludeir
Jrme, iriin,- fl.ir meerni i.unirln harm $999,000
aBR 2BA HOME ON 6+,- AC. Pnvajte' lrked pond i aner' vofruitr ree .'
tarn 'xA ll alkw for homniircn $699,900
3BR'2BA CBS HOME in 5+.- .a Crosji enced prnnd, tkc jaduante o01
ieruen, drni $595,000
QU ET COIRNTRY WING on I v'...,,.i 5..te. l.u\el, !B.'2 \ r b h.'rr
PICTURE PERFECT 3e. 2BA 1 are ecale honv feature. p F-ri te pu,..l a
Cummlurnir' bh-ui ramp $5-9,900
3BR.2BA 2-STORY HOME SITAIPTD r..r- 59 + .j .'.;i0 pie- brn,
eFitJ .:rc.ge $139.000
DRLEMS NEVER END ,,' thei c.ul.storm .'BPR'BA p,:.1 l h.mrrt at i J 1 ilo.tnwi
mns der aind .,'-.urmlr kL-hern $399.900
JUST REDUCEDI Owner .danl. to -ell'! I ,BR 26E l lu',r:tr m log h.n.e ..
Mu':, Home Itaiijr'- i, ,"..,id inurg .ine fir':pla,.: M't icar r l,- 1I.,:,r ,
,rcen rp'tr-h. o rfuized dedc. r.ri, d r .- irkl'hup, and r''l harnir: $395.00
THIS 3 BR,2BA CEDAR SIDING HOME i, lo~.-icrl 5 rruler 5:.urh :. I
include be-jluiihl ..ulIm a. nd padnehig. pulledd ci ling, Hi= i-et s. dl.in
180 N. Bridge St. LaBele, FL
(863) 675-6788 -
IMPROVED WATERFRONT LOT IN CALOOSA 39 AC OAh Pt NTArTON .::mpl. i-I, t-...d
IHARBOR. Includes boat dock. well, electric and l' ... ''
protected harborage. Over 16u It otf sater'fro.nt I i '.-1,,u.i,,,... 1.800.000
$499,000. INCOME PRODUCING ORANGE GROVE %.
240 FT OF NAVIGABLE CREEK FRONT. Rivc ...... ii. ..I,.I" -"+ ,.: '.jar, 1. -e.hr t,..
views, river access. and dock permit Deed restriiteld i3.2 +'ii0-. -i ,li i. ,12e,.500per ac.
com m unity. 'I +.,- ac. $429,000 ,,",, ,,,. ',.I .. ,,,',., ,,n .'ie i' -r .,
230 FT ON THE RIVER SIDE OF PORT i... I,,.,: ,,...' 1, $1.190.000
LABELLE RANCHETTES. 2.53 +/- ac. in desitabl. OAK IIIMMOCK CYPRESS AND PAIMET-
deed restricted community. $425,000 l ... + .... Fl...*. .. :.
.,,ii.% $.. 425,0,. 1,,,'Imf.100.000
TAKE IN THE BEAUTY OF THE RIVER hom iih., '0 + -. ( OFF ,.,.11 ,i,,,iii,,,,1 Ji ,
2.88 +-- ac. home ste in Pi LaBelle Ranchettes 21)Ii i 'i,..t..i i.i, r.. id 11t $50.000 per ac.
ft of greenbelt between hom e site and tn\e l.:.i i.I .il 1.II -. I..I ,ii r-r,,, r C r.ii,..iii i'
docks allowed. $410.000 i. "l, $850.000
30 + IC OF IMPROVEDU | ii. ilh t -..I
GORGEOUS CUL-DE-SAC LOT t.Ilers apprro ,. ID I, ..
175 ft of water frontage and tons o pri\ .. if,,,, f'05.000
$250,000 20 + FENCED AC. .t. ipnr.i ....l I...i
,. ,. ii ir t$660.000
20 +- ACRES OF SERENITY in a park-like set-
in 'hA r, lirge r.crc .in i..l. ,pri E h ...n '" 11. I. 1 ", v\. II 1 1 j l I
i .i-), 3 '. .. nr; p- ., tr .ri p p rch da-d \ r. jrrn ri. p. .. .J i. h i, I. I .}00)
Ovui .rorait neCeJ OIh: -il.r iu.. i. lu.li. liur: 20 + C. IrH il' I''li t I I' i,: I i
ii l I shed -. 2i1x2'i p..le tree,. ".'w niig p1 l -r, in a ... \ i ..1 i. i .. '..I" 'l i. i. 1, i.. l ,. .r.i l -. I .
$350.000 "" .: $58,000
rustic lin: aitlh j icr-. PORTRUT OF PEACE. tis-Bl, A plit II.i ,.,, 1,ND ACRE HOMlfEIE i. j11.il... ,'1 ..i
1jrn hlnl t in ri P rt eri jd E.Ijc ., iulrI i.-r l.:cli I 1' .II. l ,1, 1 ,lh ,,..I 'n : :
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ndiji rmi a lo. InI le I 5315.000 ..I .5 .0l.l
A HOME WITH PERSONALII ND CHARIM! 15 + (C l .I- ui .... ..,.- r,, I,.,,.,: .,,.-,l
2' vnrk.-hp -t ,i .vi. 3BR 'BBAC s h.'in.i3 :a ,i'i i.,,,i .tpljn $23-i.900
3BR,2BA WITH 1,656 SQ. I 1 I.I\1NG ,ARFE i'E l ,,, .',ii, :.,.,, .J I, -, i I-, n i i r)
it rcpla: e C ,u rrni. .l $215,000.
3BD.2BA ON SPACIOUS GRIENBELI t i h, :..,. ,, .. '.... ...I.. $210,000
icn.ied privinat Jcr: n NEWER t3BR 2BAU2DSRI CONTRACT
tlhrrill -f r. snIr d ,, PARTIALL. FURNISHED '.bP 2 \ l.c ne lnhr, k .,r ..i h i j. ir l .m ir .
@0 rr f:,ir pl $160,000
l.aB llek H,-,ni e lut TOTAL MAKEOVER un rhi .f: 21 l,,,,,: ... ,,,|.I ,,, -.,r l. ':,:. ,:llei ,. ,
-i ,. oSer',i-d s, F ,1 nd, '-'Lid uiht' -. i.,:u-ricn. ,iE 159.900
DON r Wr.ur,-, itUNDEII i ONTRACT -. i49.0o00.
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ur .,:re :n.d -,_:,h ,.r ..i l t r ,I tl ..r 1f,. h,,u .. n. I:..n... '.. ,nd, .1, l' l PI n I-
,h'.i.rt, a :r.i l $13 9.900
NF S CONSIRtLK FION
FASHIONABLE AND IL INCIION iL ., '.,,,, .1 ', ,.,,. ,,, + 'r. ,,, i ',,1
bun 5. D $339,000
BE THE FIRST TO10 LIVE .rn ti 'i -.1.' i, ,.. ll. I I, l -. k ,, .11 P- 11 IIII _L.,,uk
) hc u.d ir J ll- er1 ,-,III.,-t' .Itll 1 ',.,: .I ii. u H-'. ..,['i.l,_IhJ I',, Ii 1v.. $24 ,90()
52 BUDGET FRIFNDI NEW CONS IRLiC rON., .i .'l .',I .-I .,i,1 ,, .- i,r,. ,., Reduced
Ito 1 190)0 0,- 6$6,001) scllers oioninbulion ringt U.I oilcr'..
m i, JLJUST IN TIME TO. DECOR.\E I 1 I, i, ,,,,i ,,,,. '., C I D
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Ilf 'l- iiirn c : n '-c ,,hil h,: ]aIL' Ij I I 1 jil ir r .1,900 .
COLINTRYCBHARM ,,i :. ju.-. '.. I i. ,.i ii .,. rIi, l i, II.... l.niu j$525,000
SBR'2BA ON 6+- CROSS-FEN(IC D \ClRI. I.h,,l ,i. I I,.I -.. I. .I ui,
JcLuhLrd Iahri L: rL.., mi u.h in' 5. 3 )0 0,)i
I r.-r m,: f349,900
20 + AC. :' ii''.L ie'l a -l 'fr:a. er ir. i [crr
t tmJ1e $299.900
5 + AC. r ,-t Lr ele & i.r. i i",, I..-.. J.
rin1.. I., FI MItcr $269.900
MUSE 5 ACRESn io,:bli:.ll\ b) 'd $200.000
5 ACRES .. F ldj $170,000.
LSDECA ACREAGE, pejicu' l -i et.aj-j) r,
+ j-. $165,000
2 AC +,-. i.r PhlilliplS d $141.900
5 AC+ ctrt.t. c.:,e $25.000 PER ACRE
8 AC+,.- Gcrbcr i.r:.:. (16,500 PER ACRE
MONrfiRA RANCH ESTATES. I ,n. I i "+ -
i. ir.lo $28,500 to $49.900
BEAlltTUFi, WOODED i.: + .I.:.l rl.
I I Mn .. Mu-I: $50,000
REFINED HOMFSITES juallable .rn dec.I
.-.;ilittcl Ita.irl ':lj ink Fom 90.000 10
$110.000 ,-., ..,,.,,..,: ..[ hune, l. jI
HARD TO FIND OAK FILLED i.,irr 1..i .,,
IC trst 1$150.000
ENJOY THE QUIET of a tree filled V +/- ac. in
i .- $99.900
.#0+ AC LOT OFF CR 78 in ,i.,: C:ia.l-,..h,;l
_Inl|_II,, ,] .,:, Gk J n,.L i ,J l.-.r ,h trrc : [h-,jr ,nr
TROPICAL GULF ACRES, Horr.mcr.. rn
Chihr l..ne r i:,:.urry
2.5 AND 5 ACRE IP.u'ich in 'io:,n.:r p'Iljn il-.n
Pl..ed from r 5.000 o $1'5.000.
LEHIGH ESTATES 2'; + j,: Con\crcrrlt
l.rat:l- t Frl-t ,,:r $16fr,900 .
PRIVACY PURE AND SIMPLE in Ihcl 1 ." rI u
'- + ,: par,:el Lehigh Prt.'p:nric rr,'r::d
trr.'nm 65.000 and up.
I 2 + .J.: build irle I.i ., ..t i .,:1 P .I ,n
CANAL FRONT PARCEL. ',i + i.: fi,
i..i: ., 1..., n 11 60.000
INDLN HILLS i" ... + $ 53.900 to
.60 +-. AC :Ii ,- r,-i, :ittin 0,000
.60 + -. C ZONED iif. .-,hbl h::.m ,, 0,000
ML-' TO CHOOSE FROM I + .i. I-,i:
in tia Leihqh A.:rc: $36,900 and up
WIDE VARIETY OF HOMESITES ir, ll urijril
Port LaBelle. something lor everyone 1/ ac. to
1/3 +/- ai. Starting at $20,000.
ithe i. ..p.:rn $89.900. COMMERCIAL
40+- AC LOT ACROSS FROM CALOOSA 4.61 +/- AC. ZONED 1-2. Owner's
EStAY1 5 D. 2ii'.i21, nlit.l ,lh ,J. :1 r p'..p Conceptual Building Plan will include a one
3 A B(nLDABLE.nOTrJ I. : : $89,9--00I. story building (grade level) with 67,600 sq. ft.
. ii ii i r- .:.I-aBi H.r ,hari T, 1 185,000 concrete block office/warehouse with a metal
(HERISH rHE CHARM ,: r,,: li l, .i, ,II. roof. Building details are negotiable between
h,,lr.Il.,ri -I 1i' + -. 1, $85,000 buyer and seller. $3,900,000
..3.09 ACRES OF R-3 ZONED PROPERTY.
LIKE NEW -IBI 2BA ..li.u t r\i : r l Hon '? + ,-:-:nilr, i, i ,.. Ji:ld 19 apartments and 1 SF
j'. $399,000 hn,: i.ui..:r.rl! rented). Apartments are 2
LOOKING FOR ACREAGE AND RENTAL ei ii \rii,,,n,:it complexhas pool&laun-
INCOME?? Ihu .' 4 -1, + ':re i nn lh i a ,irf1I, 1,, ,i I. 1 cation. Lots of potential in
B. -lBA m, ,bile hume Home min Hcn .r\ Co. uvia it ,i u, ,j,..,:lopment with a supply con-
j ia-'Jc rrid minulc itr. itro LBell, Jid mki a ,, i .. i f3.000,000
C.mmpleirdt, ir :dj wih ,iilegie p ln5ii1,renral 1.02 ACREi OF PRIME B-1 ZONED
'r IR CE Tnplvd n2$199,900 .PROPERTY ,, .ity limits operating as a
STR ED FOR SPACE? Tnplt,2-Je on 2 + 1200,000
-, -' 1 hln bn,.k ir pl.E .,i 2-1 ,r, ,1 1,j,'ri r 1:,j' $1,200,000
ruur ,:il and oudn.or wrkelup'. $199,900 GREAT BUSINESS POTENTIALwith 245'of
2BR2BA WITH DEN ,.i- 2 plujs irn:p ,.rrcet -hi -" i i.-lge, you will get noticed!
, j,, l, prjll fr aJdJiimon,,l r h, ,n e $n : 197,900. ii l. I .' + ,'ill not last long. $499,900
2BR 2BA MOBILE HOME ,.r, i '+ -. OUR BLiNETSS BELONGS on this heavy
$199.900 iid'i.[-a i .t .i'.j.. Zoned for various uses
SPACIOUS 1,809 SQ. FT. MANUFACTURED .ih.. lhlrclTid p..,iential. $479,248
HOME ..,r I .tcre Famil) ticr.ii-.1 3t.fiB,2BA OFT Hff 80 IN LABELLE. .74 +/- ac. will
ruc lt.,iria l lioir injd dl ,ri r,' m.-m IrcJ..ia ,i ,.li-'ful business location
hi:r .ier:.,: ed r mJsr r b dir':.om antIr tl ,.h i'i...,ir .u.: pr. ip'erty has great possibilities!
A,\ijAltli pir iud $155,000. 1.*35.000
GET OLrT OF TOWN PRICED TO SELL MOVi 'OiR BUSINESS TO LABELLE!
[.f, 2BA MIH .i, J- i-, ci :fLntt r hi rmr : HI i,',,,- I. u.lhI.L a has been redesigned to
$150,000 ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,i r ,, -,ur business. Why rent, when
ENTALS ........i,,, $224,500
3BR2BA IN COUNTY VILLAGE I1,050 MO. COMMERCLL LOT on Luckey St. and 1st
2BR2BA 1'50'MO. ,\u. ,. ili niI hi ome. $137,000.
ie Quality Home at a Time!
y County's #1 Top Quality Builder
fiction with: CHL Home Mortgage, LLC.
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238 N. Bridcre St. LaBelle, FL 33935 863-675-8868
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.1 +/- ACRE WITH BEAUTIFUL OLD 10 +/- ACRES LOCATED IN FELDA. 1 or .25 +/- ACRE CORNER LOT with an COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL IN A GROW-
OAKS, large enough for two businesses. 2 vacant tracts available on paved CR 830. older home is the perfect location for ING AREA! This 3.79 +/- acres on a corner
lot directly across from the Pioneer Fire Dept.
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LaBelle. $315,000 and drainage ditching in place. $300,000 in LaBelle. $265,000 this one get away in this fast growing area.
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IPod PSP, PS5, Happy Feet the
game and move. Maddon 07.
And I want SpongeBob
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I, Santa. I know today isn't
Christmas. I am going to tell you
what I want Heely's gree scooter
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How are the reindeer? Are they
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things a pair of Heelys and
clothes. This is all I wanted to tell
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your elves, reindeer and Mrs.
Claus doing. I really want a Phone
Dear Santa Claus.
It's me Pam, I think I've been a
good girl this year. I don't want a
lot of presents this year but if you
want toyou can bring a lot I really,
real want a cell phone, also a
Bratz Barbie doll, and a type
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ioki machine, and a canof pogo-
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Bear. I want new books fomyclass
room. Can you give me a comput-
er or Christmas Day anda hand
write in g book. Thank you.
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is so pretty! If you watched The
Grim Adventures of Billy and
Mandy Save chrisms You might gel
nightmares! It's because Mrs.
Claus waas the head vampire!
Well I hope you will be on time foi
Christmas. Is Rudolf ready to shine
his red nose? I've been a good girl
I have helped with the bab\. I
would like anything that starts with
Bratz. I would like as many Littlest
Pet Shops as you can find.Just one
more thing I wouldlike 10 Game-
I would like a Bratz doll and a
Cendarla Doll. I: was good at
School. How are the reindeer. Are
they good or not good?
How are you doing? I wanted
to remind you that Christmas is
coming. I wanted to know if you
can get me something. If you can
these are the things I want. I want
a I pod, labtop and a gamboy. But
only one thing. Thank you, Santa.
This year I have been a good
boy. These are three things that I
really want for Christmas this
year. I would like a super man
costume, Veritas, and a street
flyer. Thank you.
Dear Santa, Claus,
Are your reindeer okay? Did
you have a good summer? Santa,
I want for Christmas a Laptop, an
Ipod and a cellphone.
How is Mrs. Claus? How are
Blitzen and the other reindeer
doing? I'e been really good Whal
I want for Christmas is A book
about planets, a foot ball, a soccer
ball, and that's all.
Tr. stan r zaguirre
I would like a new soccer ball
and some small kons or a lot of
candy for Chistmas. Please and
thank you Santa.
For Christmas I %would like a
piano Lite Brite and Some sandals.
I've been a very good boy lately.
Are the reindeer ok?. Well Santa, I
want a t.v. for me and my sister
Then I want to see my mom and I
wish I had a game cube and racing
Your best friend,
I have been a good box this
year.For Christmas I would like a
box full of magic without any
cards, a box of pranks and a PSPO.
I hope the reindeer are well. Merry
Ho\ are you doing" Ho'w are
\oure.l\v ts '. be OLU .ees. been
"bd'-Rdia arE i r reinhder ? How is
Mrs. Claus I've been very good this
year. I would like a My Scene doll,
Littlest pet shop and Brat I dolls.
3rd grade class
What I want for Christmas is, A
dunk in diond braclet A build the
bear workshop puppy \\ith pink
pajamas-and green ee's. A cell'
phone. A pollypocket "So Hip"
cruise ship set. A telescope. A
quick gems hair thing. New roller
blades. And the New cats Nintendo
PS Thank you for sending me
these great gifts. PSS Tell me ho\w\
your ells, reindeers, and Mrs.
Signed, Your Ice Princess
I would like to thank you for
everything you have giving me for
Christmas and for my family, to.
But for this Christmas I only want
two things is some more horse toys
and skatboad. That is all I want for
Christmas. Bye Santa. (PS There
%will be cookies for you. )
Thank you for all these toys you
have given me all these years. Only
a very nice person would give
every boy and girl a present all
around the world. You are very
nice Santa Claus you also tech
other kids lesson: But there's one
thing I like more than getting pres-
ents it's being with family.
(PS Ho Ho Ho Merry Christ-
Thank you Signed,
3rd grade class
How are you' How is Mrs.
Santa' How are the elf's? How is
Rudolph, the red nose reindeer and
Prancer, V'ien, Dancer, Comet? All
I want for Christmas is a Driver
license and a car, I-pod, X-box 360
with a million games.
PS Your I # fan Juan Valdez Jr.
to all the elf's. Mrs. Santa, Rudolph,
Vixcen, Cupid, Comet, Prancer,
Santa wat I want for Christmas
Is a computer a bike, and a superb
Christmas day. That's all I want For
Christmas. I wish you a merry
Love, Eriberto Monroy
Dear Santa Claus,
.What I would like for Chrismas
is \to things. It is a Baribe to add to
my 'collectiofi, arnd a bell'lrjfi ~oulo
sleigh. Say hi to Rudolph.
Have a Merry Christmas!
All I would like for Christmas is
a remote control car. Then I would
like a roboraptor.
PS Sav hi to Comet. Cupid, Don-
der, Blitzen, Dasher, Dancer,
1 want a Labtop for Chritmas
and some Heelies, oh santa and
can I have some clothes and say hi
Have a good Merry Chritmas
All I want for Christmas is my
broken leg to heal, a Xbox 360 and
some Xbox games. That's all I
want for Christmas. I hope you
have a superb holiday, say hello to
everyone for me
Sincerely Hugo Vargas Jr
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I hope I have been a good girl
this year. I want Bratz Ice Champi-
ons, a kitten or a puppy is fine with
me. The last thing I want is a bell
from your reindeer's bells and have
a Merry Christmas Santa!.
Love, Lilian Carranzo
For Christmas I want some Pet-.
shops and Heelies. The best of all I
want to have a very good time cele-
brating Jesus' birthday!
Have a Merry Chrismis
What I want for chrisms is four
Barbies, a Barbie house, and a cd
player. I hope you have a Happy
Love, Rosa Valentin
For Christmas we wish we can
have a monkey. I wish I wish wishl
can have a laptop. Those are my
wishes. Have a superb Merry
From Morgan Carter
All I want is one thing! It is a
watch because I need to know
what time it is sometimes. Actually
I do want something else. I want a
'good Christmas Day. That's all I
want for Christmas. Merry Christ-,
What I want for Christmas is a
kitten and a Play Station Three.
There is a few more things I want.
It is PSP games. Why do I want it is
because I was a good girl, and I
have wanted it since last year.
The awesome things I want for
Christmas is a toy truck, a remote
race car, and a watch.
Sincerely, Rosenda Vargas
To Santa Merry Christmas
All I want for Christmas is to be
with my family and to have a great
Christmas. I hope you have a great
I have been a good boy and I
want a psp for Christmas and TV If
you can't get it then I want fantastic
skatboardor an xbox 360.
Love Enrique Delgado
I want for Christmas is a xbox
360, IPED, Black Heller with one
Wheel and wree and black boots
and Dolphin shoes.
Love Tristan Harvey
I want for Christmas is a MP3
player, a atoegraph from RBD, and,
a cd from RBD.
Cristian Marroquin Mota
I want a ipod, mp3 player, lap-
top, baby born little momy and
baby Amanda for Christmas.
Love, : .
I want a baby doll or a fashion
fever for Chrismas.
Love, Maria J. Callejos
I want a xbox 360 for Christmas.
Love Hunter Urbanowski
I want a baby tea cup dog york
and a I pod.
Love, Angelique Moreno
I want a PSP IPOD dirtbike and
a gator one fit hat and a fishing pole
Love Bailen McCormick
I want a X-Box 360, some Black
Ranglers size 8, a collection car
shelf and a Redneck teddy bear, for
I want a game for a play station
2 for Christmas
Love Joel Moreno
I want a computer and I want
my own phone for Christmas
I would like an I-pod and some
DS games like Dogs, and the Chetta
Love, Megan Price
I want an ipod, and a digital
camra, and an makeup kit, also a
new game for my game boy for
Love, Maranda Mills
I want a braz for Christmas.
Love Manuela Gomez
I want PSP games and laptop
I want a barbie collection for
Mrs. Dicks class
Dear Santa Claus,
I hope to get a psp for Cristmas
and I'm hoping to see you. I'm
dying for Cristmas break so I can
finally have time to see you. Well,
not really because im asleep when
you come and you sleep through
the chimney but I hope to get a
glimpse of you and say hello to
misis Claus for me!
I wish you bring me a Playsta-
tion 3 1 have been waiting to be
out. I also want a pool table. I also
want some FILA shoes. Will you
please bring me all of this.
I hope to see Rudolph, Dasher
and Cupid I've been good at
school. So I want a pet cat, doll,
electrical scooter, and a Christmas
song book so I could learn them all
especially "Jingle Bells" and the
song about Rudolph.
I really hope I was good, this
*year! Me and my family friends was
curious if you could let us see you
at night I really adoor you. If I was
you I would give ever' single per-
son 100 gifts that would be fantas-
tic thing. Should \ e all go see you)
I well really want mi cook set or
Brat set. CD player I wanted my
hold entire yaer! Will goodbye for
now and mabey see yoo Christ-
mass eve have a good trip.
Love your truly friend,
I hope you and Mrs. Claus are
doing well. Me and my sister and
brother are so ecstatic about
Christmas this year. I hope I find the
new laptop I've ben wanting for
under the tree. I will leave you
some milk and chocolate chip
cookies see you soon and be carful
on your sled with the reindeers!
Merry Christmas Santa'
Santa I hope you take good care
of Mrs. Clause I heard She hade the
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Right how did you get so smart? A
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have a smile from here to Alabama
if you get me a fail that Loves Me
and, a braclet that's so bright Like
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I hope you, the elfs, and Mrs.
Claus are doing great. I've ben
good this year and I've ben won-
dering if I could get a portable
DVD player I hope your looking
fowerd to a tun of cookies and
milk for Christmas.
I hope you are happy and
excited about Christmas coming
soon. For Christmas I would like
to eat at Wendy's with the princi-
pale. I would also like a box of
chocolate. I hope Mrs. Claus is
fine. Is Rudolf okay. I hoep you
can deliver my wishes Santa. Well
bye I hope people's wishes come
true. Have a Merry Christmas.
How are you and Mrs. Claus
doing. Me and almost every in
this class are ecstatic about
Christmas. I hope that the ps2 is
under the tree ps2 means play
station 2. I will leave delicious
milk and cookies. See you soon
I been good in school How
are you doing. I want a psp with
any game. And a game for my
playstation two hope I see you.
Have a nice Christmas santa and
mrs. Claus to.
I hope you and Mrs. Claus are
ok in that brisk chilly wind. I am
prepared for Christmas! It feel like
Christmas come so fast! How are
your elfs. Thank you for making
my last Christmas dazzling! I am
very exited about making you hot
chocolate and cookies! I am look-
ing forward to getting a scooter so
I can zoon down 460 grant st
that's where I live. Not like you
didn't know that! Please make
sure your reindeer are well feed
and watered for the long drive.
Love yours truly,
I hope you and miss Claus are
doing will and healthy this year.
Because I know I am and I would
be even more healthier if I had a
box of gill pins. Under my tree in
my colorful room W\\ill I hope you
get ot have a good ear. Oh yah I
all most forget plase...plase do
not forget the poor and plase help
I would like if you could being
one thing please. I want the new
game called Samckdown vs Raw
2007 for playstation 2 and. I well
leave you some cookies and milk
see you soon.
I wonder how cold it is up
there. Are your elves working hard
this year? Can you believe I met
my AR goal already. Why didn't
you take your hat I wrapped for you
last year? I geuss I'll wrap it again!
I hope-you and Mrs Claus are.
doing well I am anxious about
Christmas this year. I hope I find
the new playstation I been want-
ing under the Christmas tree. I \vill
leave you some milk and cookies.
See you soon'
I hope you are doing well at the
north pole with the elves. I am
very eager for you to come and
bring my GameBoy I have waited
to get my whole life. I will see you
at my house with cookies and
milk, and bring the elves to
because I have a surprise for
them, see you at my house.
I hope you and the Elfs are
doing will. Do you thank you can
get me the now PSP. Than you I
will live some present for you
and Elfs'ihd Mrs. Claus.
I hope you and Mrs. Claus are
doing well. I'm so eager about
Christmas this year. I hope I find
my cell phone under the tree. I \\ill
leave you a letter, some cookies,
and ice cold milk. The cookies are
dying to eaten. See you soon!
-I hope you and Mrs.:-Caus-are-
doing well and I want a computer
and a table because my mom and
dad won't buy me won and I need
it to make searches and I want for
games that go in a gameboy and If
you bring some I would be happy
and my mom won't get me in
trouble that I got a computer for
chrismas and santa I wish you a
Love your truly,
Ho. Ho, Ho: Dear Santa
I've been good I just need to
bring my grades a little bit up. I've
worked so hard. I'm bring my
grads up. My mom said that if I get
my grades up then she'll us to
Sunsplash. She tould my little
brother to. He's bring his grades
up to Me and my little brother
were making a Christmas list. \\We
both were going to buy things to
are cousin. My little brother and
me are jubilant. My anut men-
tioned that she all redy bought us
thing to decoate the Christmas
tree. It's going to be exquisite with
all those lights on it. I want you to
give me a DVD player, Mp3 player
and I want a fourwheeler. My
mom will be a little bit scare about
the fourwheeler. My little brother
he want to get pokeman card. Ho,
Love, Erika Thank you Merry
Hi Mrs. Clause and Reindeers
I'am so good and school and
my house and I want a computer
and I want a gameboy to play] go
to do cokies for you because you
go to bring my game and my
computer and Thank you
Ho, ho, ho,
I been %ery good at school and
I want two game like pimp my rid
and Smack Down VS Raw 2007
Ho ho ho
Hi Mr Santa and Mrs Santa and
Rudolphs doing I want something
for Christmas it is a Hummer con-
trolear and a black and white Nike
shoes and a Nike book pack and a
green tommy shirt and 9 black
computer and than you and
merry Christmas sant. Ho, ho, ho,
I am Diana I am 11 years old
and. I go to the best school. In the
hole world is the laBelle elemen-
tary school my Best Toy in the
hole world is to have a Braz house
with Braz in it. I been with my
. mom and dad and I wish to have
that present for for chistmas but I
wat another thing I want a com-
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have wonderful chistmas you and
your family and all the people to
have a mery chistmas and I wish
to see you next time HO ho ho
Sincerely, Diana Zuniga
HI mrs. Cluse I want to tell you
that I hive been good and I want
one game the name is pimp my
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HO HO HO "
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and home I like the toys I cant
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I have been good I have cookies
and the cookies are shaped like a
tree and like reindeers and I whant
to say hello to Miss. Coss and Santa
I want a 3polly's and a poll play
house with a polly's boat ship I will
share it with my sister and mom
too and I want to say Merry Christ-
mas to Miss coss and you Santa
and the reindeers and mabe I will
Sincerely Love your friend
I want to be someone that give
people present and I hope that I get
my dream and I hope other people
get others dreams and all I want, for
Christmas is, a fourwheeler.
Thank you for All you have
dune, for us. Love Chelsey Free-
PS I hope that I get to see my
dad and my brother get, to visit are
Love y'all and thak you very
My bother want a psp, and he
probably wantto see one mom.
He probably want me to teliyou
thankyou! Ho, Ho, Ho
I say Hi to you and Rudolph and
Mrs. Cluse and the elf. I have been
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Sincerely Ho, Ho, Ho Marry
Mrs. Taylor's class
How are you? Are your rein-
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ready for Christmas? I am. I was
hoping you could bring me a
motor scooter for Christmas, but if
you can't oh well. So I wonder how
it is to live in the North Pole. I am
really looking forward to, seeing
you at my house. Am I on the nice
list? Well I'll see you very soon.
I have been a very good girl this
year. How is Mrs. Claus doing? I
know you are a very good Santa,
Clauss cause you give present to
kids. I even want to know how is
your reindeers doing? Do you
know we always have to fix the
tree cause our big dog knocks it
down. I want a basket ball, puz-
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a white board with markers to
write, a picture of you and Mrs.
Claus I don't want to forget a pic-
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want what you want to give me
don't forget what to bring me and
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How are your reindeers doing?
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This year I am very excited
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am leaving you cookies and milk. I
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something in mystocking.
PS Merry Christmas!
Hello how are you and the elfs?
Well I'm just fine. I know it must be
hard working on toys, so this year I
just want to be with my family. You
guys have a marry Christmas and a
How are you right now and
how are your reindeer doing? I will
leave you cookies and milk? All I
want is a puppy. I would want a kit-
ten. That is all I want. Say hi to your
reindeer for me. I want a bike.
How are you? I'm fine. On
Christmas Eve I want a rescue pet.
How is Mrs. Claus doing? We
already have our Christmas tree up
it is so exquisite! I read a book
called Mrs. Clause Doesn't Climb
Telephone Poles. It was about you
and Mrs. Claus. My mom once told
me you don't exsist, but I still
believe you. I hope I get to see you
on Christmas Eve! The next day me
and my family are going to open
our presents and have a feast at my
grandpa's house. Wanted to know
if everything is going fine at the
North Pole you know no reindeer
are sick or anything. I'll be waiting.
I have been a very good girl this
year. How is Mrs. Claus doing and
how about the reindeer? Don't
worry I will leave some cookies for
you and milk, and I will leave some
carrots for the reindeer. Santa are
you doing to leave me some pres-
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series unfortune events I love those
books. Santa I also want a
trapoleine. Santa good luck on your
way over here. Make sure you find
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M. Pittman's class
I hope I'm on the good list. I
don't want much. The only thing I
want are mytwo baby couins back.
I use to watch them when their
mom and dad are at work, but now
they moved to north Caralian. They
come down once a year, but I still
have anotherbaby cousin for me to
watch, she is going to move some
time this year.
All I know if that I would die to
save them. Some of the times my
mom would say I am stuck to them
as if where fozen together, some
times I think she's right.
Dear Santa Clause,
I really want to get a gameboy
for x-mas. Even though, I want
other stuff I'm really looking for-
ward to getting a gameboy for x-
mas. I really would like you santa
clause to give me a gameboy
advance. I hope I get a gameboy
from you Sante Nic, I will aways
believe in you sante Nic. I will
expect this gift from you.
I want lots of things for Chris-
mas but, mostly I want us to go to
see my family at Arizona. I always,
wanted an xbox 360. And I want a
computer. Also I want all my
Friends to have whatever they
want. Last but, Not Least, To get
new heelys me and my sisi. So
Santa I hope you could get that stuff
so if you don't get them that's
"okay." MERRY CHRIMAS! Every-
I have been extremely good this
year. Better than last year. I've put
up almost all my Christmas decora-
tions. Here are some things I want
for chistmas. First, I want a soft air
pump shotgun. That's a shotgun
that shoots plastic bb's! Second, I
would like a new Wongose bicycle.
I've had my old rusty bike for five
years and it is also broken. For my
third gift, I want two dvd's. One of
the dvd's is Ice Age the Meltdown
and the other one is Pirates of the
Carabian. Those are the gifts I want
Dear Santa-how are the elves?
And how is Mis. Clase? Are you
coming in a rein deer or in a sleigh?
I hope you bring me presents, that
would be great. Oh how isit in the
North pole? Is it real cold? Or is it
hot? I think it must be real cold. And
I think it must be real cold in the
South pole to.
Love, Luis Chairez
What I want is a Harry Potter
nutcracker. I really want one
because Harry Potter is my favorite
movie ever. Plus, I love the nut-
cracker ballet. It's so cool! I would
really appreciate it if you brought
me a new and nice Harry Potter
nutcracker. That is what I would
like for Christmas, a Harry Potter
What I want for Christmas is an
I like IPods because you can
hear any music you want. If you
want you can change any music to
I want the thin ones because
you can put it in your pocket of your
pants or shorts. My favorite coler for
the iPod is green. You really need to
be careful because if it falls it can
break. And you can take it with you
to run or work or clean the house. I
think almost all the iPods you can
put like 1,000 songs in it.
If I was you I would get an ipod
for Christmas because they are
Thankyou,. : .
Can you get me a porter, dvd.
player, hells, to know how to write
a store, bratz, a dollhouse, and for
my baby sister Vanessa to get bet-
ter because she is sick.
PS Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Chrismas
How are you? I have been
good. Can you come to my house?
Can I have a cdplayer and a toy
dog? I going to make you cookies
arid milk. I have a present for you.
I was a good boy this year.
Hawe are you Sata? Whell I am
fine. You better be backing those
toys agen! I wont a good Crismes
Your best friend,
How are you? Are you going to
stop out my house? How is your
snowball? How is your wife?
How are you Santa? I want a
Xbox 360. Are the elf doing hard-
work? Santa I am making a glass of
milk and some cookies. I hope l'
I am a good boy. I do all my.
work in the school. This year for
Christmas I want a blue bike and a
How are you doing? HI is your
reindeer ok? I am going to make
you a glass of milk and cookies.
What I want for Christmas is a
I want a cell phone,.CD's, and a
computer. Have a happy Christ-
mas. How are your reindeers?
How are you? I hop you have a
good time with Mrs. Cluse. I hope
you will be safe riding your sled. I
hop you will be warm on Christ-
I hope you will be warm pn
Christmas Eve. How are the rein-
deer? How is your wife feeling? I
hope you will have good cookies
and milk. I hope you give good
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Thank you Santa for everything
you've given me and my family. I
love.you Santa so much. I'll leave
cookies on Christmas eve. Now to
my wish list for my family. I want
to give my mom a big hug. And for
my dad a big hug too! And for my
sister and brother, PS Thank you
Thank you for all you done
these past years. I would like a
computer and heely's I would like
a computer because there lots
and lots of games and I would like
heely's cause there really pretty
shoes. Please buy my brothers an
Xbox 360 he really wants one!
And again thank you.
PS please send snow!
I want to tell you Merry Christ-
mas. The only thing I need is a
Xbox 360 and a play station 3 with
game's. Oh don't forget to say hi
to all the athecs (ps have a good
Signed Juan Rodriguez
I thank you for being nice to
other kids because there parents
can't afford staff. I would want a
PSP and a Nintendo ds. I thank
you for everything.
I wish you a Merry Christmas
and I wish you are healthy. I
would like a play Staition 3 and a
box of Joy. Thank you for letting
me have a good Christmas.
Signed Xavier Ruiz
Thank you for giving us gift
because I like them. I like Christ-
mas because our family gets
together. And I like to get stuff for
my cosin, Aunts, Uncle, Brother
and sisters. Santa do you know
what I want a remote control
.bratz car (color red). I want it
because my brother doesn't share
his. And I want heels cause they
are cool. (PS have a great merry
Signed Andrea Deras
I think you for presents I want a
xBox 360. I will play it every Day!
Signed Oscar Russ
Thank you for giving us pres-
ents. To All Who are trustworthy.
And now I would like to tell you
what I want for Christmas is heleys
for me and my two newthews. For
my dad and new hobby and some
new clothes. And For my sisters
and my a necklace. And for my
nethewes a train to ride on and lit-
tie toy cars. Thankyou Santa.
PS Have a ho ho ho Merry
I thank you for all the thing you
done this year. You done good I
will want a Nintendo Ds. My
brother wants some Heely's.
And my mom want's a diomand
Neclace with egiht Diamand. My
sister want's a tea set And that
what they want for Christmas.
Signed Jelisa Cantu
I want a ps3 and a cellphone.
Then I want for my brother a cd
player and a whole pack of the wig-
gles. Merry Christmas have a nice
day and drive safety.
Signed Erick Hernandez
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I wNold like to have a Game-
Boy SP, some bandades. Have a
great Merry Christmas. (PS Thank
you for everything you did.)
I wish for a Puppy. But what I
really want is to have a great
Christmas with my family. And
Please make it Snow in LaBelle.
Santa and say hello to the elfs for
me oh I almost forgot say hello to
Mrs. Clause to.
PS hae a great Christmas.
Signed Karen J. Maciel
I wish that I could have some-
thing to play with when I'm lone-
ly. Someone who will always be
their when I'm sad. Who am I
talking about? A puppy, because I
have two little sisters. So that's
why they won't'let me have a
puppy, because they think it'll
scare them. I have earned it,
because I always take care of my
sisters, I always did my chores.,
And if, you give me a puppy I will,
always, wash him, feed him, and
walk him around to be in good
health. So please Santa, let me
have a cute, wonderful, little
puppy that'll be a best pal to me,
and I'll be the best friend that a
puppy could ever have..
PS Merry Christmas
I've been a good girl, I never
get into trouble, well maybe once
or two but that's okay.
I want a lot of things for Christ-
mas, but I don't know what to
choose. Whatever you give me I'll
be happy with. Just remember
I'm always a good girl.
Hi, I was hoping you could get
me a phone. My parents don't
%%ant me to have one, but I was
thinking Since I do my chores
and homework, maybe I could
get one. I have been good, but my
brother has not. He says that I can
get a doll, but not a phone. If I get
this phone I promise I would do
twice the chores and homework,
if you get me a phone. I would
like the phone to have small but-
tons. There would b-ea special
place in my room for it. So if you
... get me a phone, I would bring
'you more cookies. It would d be
good for me because if I get in a
situation that I can't get out of. I1
could call my mom or dad. So if
you get me this phone, I thank-
SPS I will still leave cookies for
you %%hen you come.
Hey, I would like a nice PS3 for
Christmas because I have been
good and I help my mom with my
baby sister a lot. I hope you have a
good Chrismas. But I also would
like to have a nice Chrismas with
my family. I hope you and Miss
Santa have a good cheerful Christ-
mas day with the family. I also like
a bigger house so I can have a big-
ger room, please Santa, please.
But tell Mrs. Santa to have a Won-
derful Christmas. But can I please
have a really nice car'" Well, if you
can't get that it is fine. I have'a
great family, so please let them
have a Joyful Christmas. May I
have a nice 4 wheeler? Thank
My parents won't allow me to
have a mouth grill, but if you
would get me one I know they
They would understand
because if they think back they
would see how hard I worked. I
did chores all day, they still would-
n't let me get a grill. It would help
me become more popular. My
parents say they look like rotten
teeth and they think it looks stu-
pid. I worked at a part time job. I
earned enough money for it, they
still didn't let me buy it. But I
believe you can get it for me and I
promise to be the same person I
was before..I tried to persuade
them to buy it, but she would find
I tried and tried and tried, but
,maybe you will hopefully get it for
Your friend: Alexis Ortiz
3rd grade class LES
Dear Santa Clause,
What I want for Chirsmas. Is
Dragon Heart Draco, Medusa-
Dragon, Razorthorn Dragon,
inflatobul Godzila, Dr. slime,
Creepy crowles, Playstation 3,
Heels, Wii, tumbwar, and the rea-
son I diserv it is because I was
good all year.
Your friend Victor
I am going to be leaving the
door open for you. The door will
say "Come in Santa. If you want
can leav present you can.
Your friend Javier Espino
Dear Santa Clause,.
I want all the Froggy Books, a
Fly Pen and Wii. For my mom I
would like for you to bring a jack-
et. For my dad a fishing,rode. I've
done something special.
Sincerely, Jailene M.
This is what I want for Chris-
mis is a horse named Butter
Scotch and, a Robot that can do
every thing I tell itto do.
Dear Saint Nick,
I want for, Christmas is a con-
trol car, cd player and a wii, Harry
Potter Books and movies, color
Book and crayons Marry Popin
songs and movies, a xbox and a
Dear Santa clause,
I hope you bring my little
brothers A Leap frog and some
Hotwheels cars. And I would Like
a Xbox 360 and A pack of all Hot-
I hope you come to town to
give preast to the kid I have a little
sister that does not know Eglish. I
want a Leapfrog and a book and I
want a computer.
Your freand, Maribel
What I want for Chrismas is a
new bike. Because I will give you
a present too, because you
deserve it. And probably noone
give you presents.
Dear Santa Clause,
I hope you can get me this I
would like some Clothes and
some new Shoes and boots and
some toys so I can play with and I
hope you like the cookies we put
under the tree!
I would like a jacket, shoes, six
shirt pack pajamas, clothes.
Because I help my mom do
chores and bring her stuff while
she is doing dinner and feed our
Your Friend : ;' ..
Dear Saint Nick,
I want Lego Dino Attack heli-
copter. I want the Lego simi that
crrays Lego cars and trucks.
I want :a fourywheeler and
smackdown vs Rawgame. Can
you please get me some Heelys
I want a playstation 2 for
Christmas, and toy cars for my lit-
tle brother. And some earings for
my mom, and a watch for my
I want a xbox game and a
playstation 2. And I want some
shoes that have heelys please
Santa can you oh! oh! and I want
a fourwheeler but a red four-
wheeler thanks Santa
Dear Saint Nick,
I want every "Captain Under-
pants" books, remote control car,
computer, video games for PS2,
more books that are nonfiction,
coloring books. Because I have
Kirby 3rd grade LES
I bet you put Rudolf in the lead
because bf his big red nose. I feel
bad for Rudolf; other reindeer
make fun of him because he has a
big red nose. Hey Santa Claws
how old are you? How old are
your reindeer? How many toys
are your elve friends going to
make? I bet Mrs. Claws is making
12,000 ginger bread cookies for
the whole wide world. My name
is Diana I am nine years old. I am
a girl. What I want for Christmas
is my dog to always be with me
even when I'm very far, and I wish
you had a big watch.
Signed Diana Escobedo
How are you doing in this holi-
day? Were you happy this month
or sad? I'll tell you about me. I am
nine years old, and I'm in third
grade, and I'm a boy. This is what
I want for Christmas a playsta-
tion3, a Santa hat, a baseball and
a bat and the mitt, all Curious
George books, and a nutcracker.
I was wondering where you
live, and how old you are? Do you
have kids? Do elves really make
up toys? My name is Estefani Nino
I am 8 years old I live in Green
Tree. I am really short anyway. I
am a girl. I am in third grade I am
really skinny. I love to wear a pony
tall. I have brown hair and brown
eyes and brown skin. I have two
brothers, one is 3,and one is 5. I
have a grrreat teacher called Mrs.
Kirby. I wish I could have more of
my parents love. I wish I had 2
bratz to play with my best friend. I
just wish you have a nice Christ-
mas and nice day for you and
your family. Have a Merry Christ
Signed Estefani Nino
Does Rudolf really fly? How old
Am I on the naughty list, or
good list? I am 9 years old and im
,3rd gade. I am a boy. I want a psp.
and a playstation3 and an Ipod,
Xbox 360 and 4 wheeler. I wish
Santa gets a present.
PS Thankyou for the presents.
Signed Jose Espinoza
I been wondering how old
Rudolf is, it.is driving me crazy
because he is my favorite reindeer.
Do you know why it is? Because I
loue his mo.ie that he is in. But I do
love you Mrs. Clause and the rein-
deer. Oh' Saqta Clause just in case
you forgot I am nine years old and I
like puppies, cat and hamsters and
all kinds of animals. But this is what
I want and it is just a ipod or mak-
up. But most of all I wish you a
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Do you know where I live? Do
you like pancakes' Do the rein-
deers really fly? Do the elves work
very fast? I am Anissia Garcia; I
am 8 years old; I love reading
Naruto books; I am in 3rd grade; I
have the best- teacher in the
whole wide world. I wish for 5
packs of Naruto cards, Braiz pas-
sion for fassion House, I cat,
Bratz diamond dolls-Cloe and
Jade, Bratz forever diamonds cd.
I wish you to have a Merry Christ-
Signed Anissia ."
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factory or do they lust work in a.
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third grade and my culture is
French. I only want one thing
santa. I want you to visit all the
people in the world. That would
make me happy. I hope you have
a good trip.
How is everyone doing. I want
to now about e% eri boty like how
old are you? When is your Birth-
day? Ifyou get a tree and decorate
it every xmas Sania I am 10 years
old since my Birthday dwas jester
Day. I am in third grade and it is
fun. We do lots of cool things I
only want 5 things for Xmas. An
spy Gear remote control car,
Bratz crazy cariokN, an Bratz
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Could you ask your Elves could
they get me a ring set, or an Ipod,
but I really want an ring set, or you
could get me bothe, or you could
get me one so you could have
more room for those kids that want
presents. Santa we moved 4
times, and now we live in leahi,
and my padres is 122, and I'm 8
years old, and tell your Elves Mary
Christmas, and am I on the
naughty list, or the good list? I
hope I'm on the good les, and I
hope my sister is on the good list
and tell Mrs. Claus I said Merry
I wonder how you look. Do
you really have elves, and where
do you live? I wanted to know
when it was you're Birthday. If you
were wondering how old I was
I'm 8 and I'm in third grade I am a.
girl, and I live in LaBelle. I wished I
had an Ipod. I always wanted one.
I told my mom, but she said It cost
a lot of money. Please that's The
only thing I want from you. I wish
you a Merry Chrismas and have
Twas wondering where you
live? Do you speak in Spanish? Am
I on the naughty list? Do you get a
Christmas tree and decorate your
Christmas tree? When is your
birthday? Does Rudolf really fly?
Am in third grade and am eight. I
am a girl. I wanted a dog but my
mom said I had to take care of the
dog. I am going to take good care
of it, If I get one. I asol want a cell-
phone, but my dad said I could
not get one. If I get a cell phone, I
have to take very good care of it.
The thing I want is a dog that is
real. I wish Santa avery good day.
Signed Sabina Madrid
How are you doing? Does
Rudolf really have a red nose?
How is Mrs. Clause and the elves
doing? Are the elves little? Does
Rudolf really fly? I'm a boy. I'm
eight years old. I'm in third grade.
And I'm nice. I want a Nintendo
DS and a Harry Potter movie. I
wish you a good Christmas Santa.
What color is your sleigh? How
big is Rudolf? How old is he? How
old are you? Do you land in yards
or roofs? Are the elves your sons?
I've been good. I'm 8 years old.
I'm a boy. I'm in 3rd grade. I want
a cellphone, NintendoDS, X-Box'
360, Playstation and Stingray Bike.
I hope your Flight is good.
Signed Ernesto Ramos
Do you use any electricity for
your sleigh? And I was wondering
if your birthday was on Christmas
because that's were your mostly
doing everything. And how many
stops do you make on Christmas
night? Well I pretty much know
what you look like but you proba-
bly don't know what I look like.
Well I got brown and blond hair
and hazle eyes and a little tall. I
would like a bike for Christmas.
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Joanne Massey is pictured on the extreme right. The toys (and the love) were collected
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Crowds lined the shore at Barron Park and most other
good viewing spots for the annual boat parade Dec. 9.
Santa waved, everyone waved back. The well decorated
boats were applauded and cheered on. A somewhat cool
evening did not cool the joy of it all. The LaBelle Heritage
Museum asks allt-oaters to start now thinking of how they
will decorate for next years parade, set for Sat., Dec. 8.
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MARE & COLT- Call Hendry
County Sheriff's Office Ag Unit
@ (863)674-4630 If you had
10l Mae &, Coil
BEAGLE; IMale, Found in vic.
of Hwy.' 70 W & Platts Bluff
Rd. Call to' ID.
CHILD SEAT- Graco Ins ant
'carrier. 12,03 Vic of Four
Seasons & Treaiure Island
FOUR WHEELERS(2): Honda
Ranchers, 4x4, 350's. 1 red w/
elec shift. 1 orange w/ foot shift
$500 reward! 239-250-2205
NAMEPLATE- Gold Charm,
large, w/ 2 names, Okeecho-
bee Area, (863)634-6601
REWARD- Calico cat(f), 2 yrs,
white belly, black & orange
back & top of head, long
black tail. 2338 SE 38th
Trail. Okee. 863-467-0704
BABY HAMSTERS: Free Too
good home. (863)801-3942
KERR BULL MASTIFF MIXED
PUPS- 7 wks old, Beautiful
& friendly. Free to good
Yar Saes 1J45^
DANCE PARTNER- 'Looking for
60+, Male, Ballroom/Coun-
uy Dancer, Call for more in-
Tall Guy, Secure, Stable. To
meet Attractive Gal or Couples
40-60 yrs. for Dining, Travel-
ing, etc. (863)946-3123
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today! Offering courses in
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Your accredited High School
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No classes. FREE evaluation.
The Davie Area Land Trust is
dedicated to preserving un-
developed land in western
Broward County, Flodrida. For
information and donations,
visit us online at www.davie-
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. 'CHRISTMAS HOURS & DEADLINES S.
f 'The Classified Center will be closed on
Monday, December 251 '-
in observance of the Christmas holiday. "
The Caloosa Belle's Thursday, December 28 '
edition will deadline as follows:
Display 5:00 p.m. Thursday, December 21st
Incolumn 2:00 p.m. Friday, December 22d
C* Cl00SA T 7,E LL.
Atin: Drivers/O/ops: The Best
Careers Start With BLUE &
YOU: $1500 SIGN-ON BO-
NUS + DOUBLE orientation
pay EQUALS $2000 IN
YOUR POCKET, Excellent
Benefits & Guaranteed Home
Small business in LaBelle, pre-
exp. req. Customer oriented.
(863)885-1222 Fax resume
CLASS-A CDL DRIVERS- Now
Hiring OTR & Local Drivers-
New Equipment; Great Bene-
fits; Premium Pay Package.
Call Oakley Transport,
-COUNTRY CORNER -
Seeks the following positions:
Cashiers & Clerks
Needed Full Time & Part Time
Call 863-675-4554 or
Blocker's Furniture in Immokal-
ee is hiring delivery drivers
beginning at $12.00 per hour
and warehouse helpers at
$8.00 per hour. Blocker's is
also hiring sales associates.
Apply in person at Blocker's
Warehouse 110 12th Street
in Immokalee behind John
36-43cpm/$1.20pm + Sign
On Bonus $0 Lease NEW
Trucks CDL-A + 3 mos OTR
DRIVER NEEDED- Gulf Har-
vesting, Inc., is looking for
Semi driver to haul citrus and
loboy. Benefits provided. Fax
resume to: 239-369-2267;
or call 239-369-9617
DRIVER: YOU WANT IT, WE
HAVE IT! Solo, teams, owner
operators, company drivers,
students, recent grads, re-
gional, dedicated, long haul.
Van, flatbed. Must be 21.
CRST Career Center.
National online medical cor-
poration seeks licensed phy-
sicians to work from home
doing phone consultations.
Contact United MD Group,
needs qualified drivers for
Central Florida- Local & Na-
tional OTR positions. Food
grade tanker, no hazmat, no
pumps, great benefits, com-
petitive pay & new equip-
Need 2 years experience.
Exciting opportunity to work
with international company
in your hometown. Compen-
sated volunteers needed to
work with international youth
in your community. Travel
Full Time, for busy office.
Computer skills necessary.
High School Diploma or its
equivalent. Call 863-675-6788
OTR drivers deserve more pay
and more hometime!
$.38/mi. 1 year experience.
More experience makes
more! Home weekends! Run
our Florida Region! Heart-
land Express (800)441-4953
Post Office Now Hiring. Avg.
Pay $20/hour or $57K annu-
ally including Federal Bene-
fits and OT. (800)709-9754
USWA Ref #P5799 Ex-
Needed for a produce
packinghouse. Duties include:
answering phones, record
keeping, keeping track of
employees time. Must be able
to travel. Hourly + Benefits.
Please call Maria Jimenez
@657-4421 or Apply @
807 E. Main St., Immokalee.
I.pca N ti I
I.pca Nti I
$18.03 PER HOUR
Three plus years of experience with the ability
to install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair in-
dustrial equipment such as pumps, motors,
conveying systems, hydraulics, turbines, gear
boxes and related equipment.
Southern Gardens is the world's largest sup-
plier of 100 percent pure Florida not-from-
concentrate (NFC) orange juice to the private
'label industry and major brands. We are a di-
vision of United States Sugar Corporation,
one of America's largest diversified, privately
held agribusiness firms. The Company is
headquartered on the southern shore of Flori-
da's Lake Okeechobee between Fort Myers
and West Palm.
If interested please do on one of
Stop in: Employment Office on
WC Owen Drive
in Clewiston(John or Letty)
US Sugar is an Equal Opportunity Employer
committed to a diverse workforce. Women
,and Minorities are
encouraged to apply
is looking for an
Part time time with
somewhat flexible hours
The ideal candidate will be
self-motivated with an outgoing
personality, more .than average
computer skills, bilingual a plus,
understanding of digital photog-
raphy and reliable transportation.
The Caloosa Belle offers a
unique work environment where
employees are trusted and
e-mail resume to:
Accounts Payable Clerk
Big Cypress Reservation
High School Diploma or GED,
minimum one (1) year exp.
Accounting exp., invoices/purchase
orders, knowledge of MS Excel
& Word. Excellent phone &
Customer service skills, Data entry
experience. Fax resume or
applications to (954) 967-3477
Got a quick response to Shop from a gift catalog
any Item you may be sell- that's updated regulaly:
Inn with a classified ad. the classlfleds.
851 S, Main St, 675-1686
18 Caloosa Belle, Thursday, December 21, 2006
Engineer in Training or Professional Engineer
Hendry County is seeking an entry level engineer with a Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering or a
related degree, to assist the Hendry County Engineer in the design and planning of roadways.
hydraulic systems, water and sewage systems, storm water and drainage lacilifles. irngation and
water conservation projects and other engineering protects. The minimum requirements include a
Bachelor's Degree in civil, agricultural, rural, or related field of engineenng; knowledge of CAD and
GIS software. Call 863- 675-5222 for a complete position announcement
Applications, job description and requirements can be obtained from Ine Personnel Department
located In the Courthouse Square, 165 South Lee Street in LaBelle or at the Hendry County Sub
Office in Clewiston. Salary range between $36,920 $60,000 depending on qualifications.
Veterans' preference as outlined In the florida Statutes, Hendry County is an Equal Opportunity
Employer and Drug/Smoke Free Work Place. Applicants wit disabilities or needing assistance in
the application or hinng process should contact the Human Resource Department.
This position will be open until filled.
Bride Tender/LaBelle Airport- Tne person selected for mis position will be responsible
for inspecting mechanical, electrical devices on the bridge & maintain a look out for Doats.
Also assist pilots, answer radio. cneck fuel facilities and fill our appropnate daily lorms
Knowledge of boats, boating procedures, & brindge controls preferred. Must have a clean
Florida Dnrivers' License.
Mechanic 1. Basic mechanic knowledge, expenence as an automotive service worker or
Mechanic's helper preferred.
Mechanic g I. Graduate from an approved course in heavy & diesel mechanics, three
Both Mechanic positions require class B dnvers license Must have a High Schnool
Diploma or GED. Both located in Clewislon
Hlohwav Maintenance Technician II. Maintains highways, municipal and rural roads,
and rights-of-ways in sale condition. Knowledge in use of standard equipment and hand
tools used in field. Must nave a clean, valid Flonda Commercial Driver's license,
Class B or higher with air brake endorsement
Heavy Euuipment Ooeralor I. This is skilled work in me operation of public works
equipment Must nave two years expenence in the operation of highway construction and
maintenance equipment similar to dhal of assignment or any equivalent c ombinanon ol
gaining and experience
Maintenance Technician II- Semi skilled manual work involving various maintenanrice
construction. & plumbing asks. Requires plumbing experience. possession 01 a valid
Flonda drivers license witn acceptable driving record. Must rave a High Scnool Diploma
or its equivalent
GIS Coordinator or the LaBelle office. Must have Bachelorof Science from an accredited
college or university in computer science, geography, or related Ield with considerable
experience in the use ol geographic information systems or 8yrs equivalent espenence
Annual Salary is between $45 000-550,000.
Electrical Inspector Must have 8 yrs. experience witn a licensed contractor
The positions are full time with medical benefits. retirement, sicK and vacation leave.
These positions will be open until tilled.
Job desrnplion & applications can be obtained in the Satellite Office in Clewislon
and the Courthouse Square in LaBelle in the HR Department
Vet Pret. EEO. Drug free. Applicants needing assistance in the application process
should contact the Hendry County Commissioners HR department.
The Seminole Casino in Immokalee is seeking fun,
energetic and enthusiastic individuals to join the area's
HOTTEST entertainment venue immediately
Quality individuals seeking CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
and ADVANCEMENT are encouraged to apply TODAY
Pick YOUR career and embark on a new adventure
Count Team Member
Dining Room Server
Players' Club Representative
Customer Service Representative
TAD/Gaming Machine Technician
$10.00 per hour
$5.50 plus tips
$9.50 per hour
$5.50 plus tips
'$7.50 per hour
$10.00+ per hour BOE
$10.00 per hour
$8.00 per hour.
$8.00 per hour
$10.00 per hour
$21.00 avg. w/tips
$12.50 per hour
Benefits available for ALL employees
Apply in person TODAY!
506 S. 1st St. Immokalee, FL
The Seminole Casino is a Drug-free Workplace
Big Cypress Seminole Reservation
The Seminole Tribe of Florida has open-
ings for the following positions:
MA/MS or MSW
with minimum 2 years experience in
mental health or social work
LCSW, LMFT, LMHC
or eligible. CAP (+). Minimum 2 yrs.
exp. with substance abuse/mental
health. Flex hours required.
Valid FL drivers license, 401K, medical
dental. Fax resume with salary require-
(954)967-3477 or email
Citrus Grove Foreman/Supervisor preferably with experience
with middle management in citrus harvesting operations. Ability
to effectively lead and supervise other employees in harvesting.
Assist in record keeping, time management, employee sched-
uling, and general operations coordination. Bilingual (Eng-
lish/Spanish) is a plus. Salary or hourly pay, commensurate
with experience. Depending upon the level of experience and
expertise the position would possibly be offered as a salaried
position, for a high profile candidate. Benefits include company
paid health insurance, life insurance, 401K (matching), optional
dental insurance, paid vacation and holidays, company vehicle.
Resumes will be received at fax # 239-369-2267, may be
mailed to: Gulf Harvesting, Inc., RO. Box 3175, Immokalee, FL
34143, or you may inquire by telephone at: 239-340-4737.
Wanted: CITRUS GROVE IN-
SPECTORS-SCOUTS, for de-
tecting and reporting any
presence of diseased trees.
Benefits incl. health ins. &
life ins., paid vacation & holi-
days, dental ins. & 401k
avail. for those who select
those options. Phone
239-340-4737, or fax re-
sume to 239-369-2267.
250 Broward Ave
Needed to pick up New Trucks
around South Florida.
$15 Hour. Must have Clean
Call Mike at (863)675-3424
*. High School graduate or equivalent
* Ability to work-independently
* Ability to speak English and Creole fluently
* This position involves doing pre and post test counseling
for the HIV testing and case managing approx. 50 HIV
Interested individual please contact Ellen Cordoba
in our Specialty Department @ (239)658-3010
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Speoduds and ervnews.
MILL ROLL WELDERS (11 Openings).
$17.28/hour plus Benefits
ALL LEVELS OF EXPERIENCE WELCOME
If you have at least six months of welding experience
please explore this unique opportunity
We have eleven new-openings that need to befilled
Salely weld mill rolls in to maintain efficiencies and fa-
cilitate maintenance and repairs ,
Weld mill rolls to an acceptable standard
Comply with operational and salety [raining
Perform routine safety checks on equipment and
maintain all records per lineni tO the 0ob
Perlorm or assist in maintenance and repairs needed
throughout the tandems
Must comply with company, local, slate and federal
regulations related to health and safety
.Able to work alone or w ih minimal supervisor
ABOUT US SUGAR CORPORATION
United States Sugar Corporation is one of America's
largest diversified, privately held agribusiness firms.
We are employee owned and have world class bene-
fits including outstanding medical, 401 K, retirement
income and employee stock ownership. The Company
is headquartered on the southern shore of Florida's
Lake Okeechobee between Fort Myers and
If interested please do one of the following:
Stop In: Employment Oftice on WC Owen Drive
in Clewiston(Ask lor Lelty or John)
Email: Jdooley@a ussugar.com
US Sugar is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed
to a diverse workforce. Women and Minorities are
encouraged to apply
Hospice and Community Services
Interview and assess clients to determine needs.
Must have a min. Bachelor's Degree
Social Service degree Preferred.
Compassionate care and rewarding work
Top mileage rate paid for travel between
patients plus great salary and benefits.
Florida CNA License required
100%, Paid Benehits Provided
Medical, Dental, Life, Disability, Retirement Plan
S Up to 26 Paid Days Off Annually
Email Resume careersi',hoDehosoiic.org
or Fa,: Toll Free 1-866-604--8081
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8:30 am to 5:30 pm. Mon-Fri
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Person will sell equipment &
parls ti Ouldoor Power
Equipment (0 RE) Dealers.
Knowledge of O.RE. a plus.
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Money Lenders 310
Tax Preparation 315
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SEEKING SWAMP CABBAGE
To retail hand made coltfe
cups Eady 'ales with prol-
iIable markup possible
Child Care Needed 410
Child Care Offered415
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Se Habla Espanol
trouble shooting, set-up,
up-grades, systems built,
tutoring. Win.95, 98,
2000. ME, XR licensed.
Call Gary 863-675-7925
Music for everyone
Light show available
Se Habla Espanol
Music for all occasions:
Be a Hendry County
School Board Bus
Driver. Contact the
at 863-674-4115 or
Cheryl Jameson at
WE BUY ALUMINUM, ALL
KINDS Copper & Brass.
Closed Sunday. Call first
[nom ation 1221
Higgin's Tree Service
25 years experience. Free
temas. ic & insured
Air Conditioneres 505
Appliance Parts i520
Beauty Supplies 525
Books & Magazines 535
Business Equipment 545
Children's Items 555
China, Glassware, Etc. 560
Cruises .. 590
Drapes, Linens & Fabrics 595
PFireplace Fixture 600
Health & Reducing
Household Items 630
Medical Items 650
Musical Instruments 660
Plumbing Supplies 680
Pools & Supples 685
Sewing Machines 700
Sporting Goods 705
Stereo Equipment 710
Tos &Games 730
V Rs 735
Wanted to Buy 740
A/C UNIT- Bard, Sell con-
lained. 5 on. Wall mount
$750. or oest otter
AC W/HEAT- Central package
und. 3.5 Ion, York, never in-
DISHWASHER- White, Works
very well $50
DRYER. Kenmore, $100
FREEZER- Very large. Like
new $1000 (2391248-4758
GE WASHER & DRYER- Less
Irhan 1 yr uldl wrile paid
,'7J00 a.ing $300
MICROWAVE- Hot Puintrl Gu
RANGE. 24" electric, good.
S nd i ,ii i n i) 5
RANGE- 30", GE, Electric,
White, Almost new $100.
REFRIGERATOR, GE, 18.2 cu
ft, Frostfree. White, Almost
new. $100. (863)467-1897
STOVE, Frigidiare, Smooth
Top, Electric Great condi-
tion. Moving. $150.
STOVE- Whirlpool, electric
glass top, white, $.100
WASHER & DRYER- White,
$300 will separate
TANNING BED- 2 yrs old, ex-
cellent condition, $1000 or
best offer (863)467-1152
ADULT 3 WHEEL BICYCLE,
Miami Sun, $100 or best
DYNO AIR BIKE- w/green pegs
to grind with and rotating
handle bar. Good cond. $50
Manufacturer direct, 26
years. Withstand high wind
and heavy snow. Limited
quantities. For SPECIALS,
call Pioneer. (800)668-5422
-o.r. visit www.pioneer-.
STEEL BUILDINGS. Factory
Deals. Save $$$. 40 x 60' to
100 x 200'. Ex: 50 x 100 x
12' = $3.60/sq ft.
WROUGHT IRON- 2 Glass End
Tables, 1 Coffee Table $250
GOLF BAG- Hooters w/digital
score, (2) pro lvlvet grips,
like new, $150
GOLF CART: Easy Go, Electric,
Complete canvas w/windows,
lights, horn. Like new cond.l
$1950. neg (772)971-9474
GOLF CLUBS- Complete,
matched set, metal woods,
irons, bag, putter & Callaway
BB #1. $150. 863-946-3123
LADIES GOLF CLUBS- set,
right handed, McGregor bat-
tle sticks incid woods, bag
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CHAIN LINK GATE- 4 ft. with
good latch and all hardware
DOORS- Sliding Glass, White,
Like New, $50 or best offer
GARAGE DOORS- White,
Brand new, 10 x 12, $600
Snow Shoe. With white-
paws. Male. 3 mo. $500.
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES- UKC
Cert. All shots, Vet. checked.'
$300, $400 & $450.
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES- 1
male & 1 female. 8 weeks.'
$300. ea. (863)634-9645
FISH TANKS- 150 gal, 50 gal.,
29 gal, (2) 10 gal., all for'
$160 or will sell separate
JACK RUSSELL PUPPIES, (5),
ready 12/22, will hold til
Christmas, $200 each.
LR SET- 6PC, North Carolina,
brown, DR TABLE w/5
chairs, sturdy, all for $500
neg. (863)675-2783 Muse
DAILY WORK DAILY PAY
ALL TYPES OF WORK AVAILABLE
202 E. SuHpd df a..7. s f .m ion, nZ-o)
METAL ROOFING SAVE $$$
Buy Direct From Manufactur-
er. 20 colors in stock with all
Accessories. Quick turn
around! Delivery Available
(352)498-0778 Toll Free
HEELIES, Worn twice, brown,
white & orange, size 9. Pd.
$95, ask ng $60
HEELYS SHOES- Size 6, black
& red, single wheel. excellent
WEDDING DRESS- White w/
silver beading, Size 14, paid
$600 asking $150
COLLECTIBLES: Many wolf
items iligunnes. comforters
and morel. $200 for all Will
ELVIS COLLECTION, Many
items, Rare iiems, items from
Gracelarin memorabilia $350
HOLIDAY BABIES (3)
'96.'9 ,98, still in bo< $175
lor all or will sell separate
DELL COMPUTER XP Office.
games. Fast. $149
CERAMIC MOLDS, Assorted.
QUILTING FRAME, Himnerberg,
Wooden For lrig or Oueen.
FIREPLACE MANTEL- Brand
new. Mantel only. $200. or
besl ofter. 1863) 763-6;'41
ACCENT TABLES, 13). while.
(1) rectangle. i1) round &
|1) round with lamp. $40.
ARMOIRE / ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER- Black, all wood.
$250 or best oiler
Armoire Ladies. Blonde with
gold accenls. 5 doors w
sweater romp..sold wood
BUNK BED, Loll style, all in
one, purchased at Badcock.
exc. cond. $500
1863)763-6430 iv. msg
CHAIRS (35), Brown metal,
voiding $105 for all or will
Chase Lounge Elegani. solid
cream velour like material.
$250 or best ofler
CHINA CABINET- For Burtet.
45 x. 41 y 12. glass doors
and shell win ligni, $35
COMFORTERS (2): King size.
brand new. pictures ol
wolves on rierm $60 or will
COMPUTER ARMOIRE. Dark
wood double doors close
with kev lock. $100
COMPUTER DESK. 3'. long .
4' :' tall. Has top snelt and
cabinet, $40 18631763-5067
COMPUTER DESK, 72" .30"
deep, With top tower ;hell,
e,..:elleniii ondilion. $45
COMPUTER DESK, wn rutchr.r
.mall drawer, rile cabinet &
keyboard drawer. $75
COUCH- 3 cushion Gray Sil.
ver & Black Like new. $100
or best owner (863)467-1532
DAYBED: Trundle, Like new
Only 1 year old. 1300
DROP LEAF TABLE- Mahoga-
ny, With drawer. Rough con-
dition. Needs refinishing.
KITTEN- Great Christmas Gift
M, orange tabby/white, litter
trained, 1st shot's, will hold
LIVING ROOM SET- $100
MATTRESS & BOX SPRINGS-
Sealy Posturepedic Pillow
Top, Queen size, 2 months
Oriental DR Set- Large, China
Cabinet, table, 8 chairs,
serving cart, $1500 or best
RIDER/GLIDER ROCKER & Ot-
toman Maple, Removable
cushion. Good condition.
SOFA- Like new. Wine col-
ored, with recliners at each
end. $250 (863)675-0777
SOFA SECTIONAL, 3 pc. set
w/Sleeper & Recliner. Light
beige pattern. Excellent con-
dition. $525. (863)357-5754
CARPINE- US Springfield,
model 1884, has type "C"
front to sight, $1200 or best
COBRA ARMS- 9 MM, Derrin-
er, holster $ cartridges,-
125 or best offer
GUN CABINET- Made of wood
& glass. Hold 8 rifles with,
storage drawer. $95. Okee.
MAGS- (3) Ruger Mini 14,
steel, riot used, $145
W/Cal Leopolt scope $1350
Smith & Wesson
v Model 22A-1 -$300
Model 351PD $375
SMITH & WESSON- Highway
Pairolman model 28, 357
mag, 4" DO target grips &
sights $350 1937)215-0307
AB LOUNGE, As seen on TV.
already assembled w/video.
Pd $199. never used. Asking
FREE WEIGHT GYM: $250 or
best ouier. 1863)467-6088
TRASH CONTAINER- Wood,
decorative country, kitchen,
holds 13 gallons. Only $20.
LADIES RING, European cut.
1/3ctw, wrile gold. $475
neg. (863)634-9620 Okee
MENS BRACELET, Heavy. cu-
Dan link. $500 neg
LIGHT FIXTURES- Fluores-
cent. 2'x2' wilh cover &
bulbs Greal lor Kitchen Still
in box $10. l863)763-1997
BEDSIDE COMMODE- New,
$50 1863)357-2891 Leave
LIFT CHAIR, Beige. $300
SHOWER CHAIRS- New. $10.
1863)357-2891 Leave mes-
AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train
for high paying Aviation.
Maintenance Career FAA ap-
proved program. Financial.
aid it qualiied Job place-
ment assistance. CALL Avia-
tion Inslitule ol Maintenance
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE
Irom Home. 'Medical
'Computers 'Criminal Jus-
iice. Job placement assis-
tanri(e Computer provided.
Financial Aid it qualified Call
CAMERA PHONE- Ne lei 1870,
wi MP3 and Blue Tooth. Like
New. $295 (863)634-7125
CHINA, for 12 + serving piec-
es $60 1863)675-6973
children, etc Only ,:,ne sig-
nalure required 'Excludes
govt lees' Call weekdays
1800)462-2000, e,. 600
(8am.6pmi Alia Divorce,
LLC. Esablihsned 1977
GATSBY WHIRLPOOL TUB -
Reciangular, seats 4 Kep in-
side, great conditionn W/Cover.
$1500 863-843-0913 Lvmsg
WOLFF TANNING BEDS Buy
Direct( and Save, Full Body
urnis from 122 a month!
FREE Color Cataloo CALL
YAMAHA ZUMA SCOOTER-
'05. 49cc, 40 actual miles,
Garage kept. $1700.
BASS GUITAR, Fender Jazz,
Marcus Miller Signature
model, Like new, $575.
DRUMS, Ludwig Junior, 5
iece, With symbols & stool.
Like new. Retails $355, asking
GUITAR- JOHNSON Acoustic,
Black, excellent tone, seldom
used, like new, soft case,
BABY MINI POT BELLY PIGS
SBEAGLE, AKC reg., tri color,
male, 6 mos. old, shots up'
to date, needs room to run.
$350 (863)610-1197 .
BEAGLE PUPPIES(4): Females,
6 wks, wormed & 1st shots,
APR reg. incl. pedigree certif.
$250 ea. (863)634-7723
BEAUTIFUL, Loving pets, toy.
size, purebred Toy Fox Terrier
& Japanese Chins. $350 each.
CAT- Siamese Lynx Point
We are also seeking candidates for these management positions:
Public Space Supervisor
TAD/Gaming Machine Floor Supervisor
High School Diploma & C.D.A.
credential, 45 hours DCF training.
Ability to meet the County's licensing
agent requirement. Ability to secure
and maintain a FL Class D License
with a "P" (passenger) endorsement.
Fax resume to (954)967-3477
Caloosa Belle, Thursday, December 21, 2006
MIN. PINSCHER PUPPIES, 8
weeks. CKC Reg. Shots &
health papers. $400 each.
PIT BULL PUPS (9): 3 male, 6
female. Mother is registered.
Available wk after Christmas.
$300 each. 863-763-1001.
SCHNAUZER silver, 22 mos
old, ears & tall cropped, all
shots $295 (561)271-1032
QUILTING MACHINE: "Stretch"
Long Arm, Frame & Tracks.
Everything included. $2500
POOL TABLE, 8" Regulation,
$300 (863)357-3240 .
POOL TABLE, slate, 8', $300.
POOL TABLE, Slale w/acces-
Ssores $450 of Doest oiler
TV, Large 60", Good condi-
ton. $800. (239)248-4758
WEB TV- (2 New, in box,
Magnavox Plus, Sony, (1)
Magnavox Classic. $75 will
-'sell separate (863)763-2773
BENCH DRILL PRESS, Crafts-
- man, 1/2" cruc:. i100
1863)612-9233 L Belie
CHAINSAW- Pouiar, Pro 42
cc 18". 121 Pick.up Pea Fuel
Tanks. wi/ hand pump:;, $399
COMPOUND SAW- Porlable
Craftsman, cut's angle, new
blade and stand $60
' 1863)763-879 7
ELECTRIC PRESSURE WASH-
ER, 1200 psi $100
( 6.31612-9233 LaBelle
GENERATOR- Briggs & Strat-
,ion 550/8550. 10 hp, new,
i 325 (561)951-8767
GENERATOR: EG3500, Honda
brand new, still in no. $950
MIG WELDER, 25' Spool gun
v '1lIn 3(CCessores. $1400
(7 ,2)332-14,38. :
PRESSURE WASHER: 2700
PSI Sears }.50
WELDER, portable, 200 amp.
enine Oar ven. $450.L
COLOR GAME BOY- with
adapters, lights w/magnifier,
6 games $100
TMX ELMO! New 10 th Annl-
versary Edillon, in bo,.,.
Time to clean out the
attic, basement and/or
garage? Advertise your
yard sale In the classl-
Ileds and make your
clean un a breeze
KARAOKE- Professional, Vo-
cal Pro., $100 (863)467-9054
SPEAKER- 12" audiobahn, 1
truck and 1 car box, 200
watt amp, power, wires &
fuse, $150 (863)697-3865
Find It faster. Sell It soon-
er in the classifeds
NEW COIN COLLECTOR wnr.
ing to add Ito my colIo:ini
Plea s cail 1 sell ( cui &
Paper miney 2'39-6.89
SHOT GUN, Automatic or dou-
le htairrei 16 or 20 gauge..
::lease c 11 5611261-01766
WANTED: FLORIDA ART
A.E. Backus, J. Hutchinson
H. Newton, G. Buckner, E.
Buckner,; L. Roberts, A. Hair,
R A McClpndon, S Newton
BiG i$$i 77;152662-5567
CHRISTMAS TREE, 6 ft., with
dozens of ornaments. 25
years old, looks real. $50
Christmas Trees 745
Farm Equipminit 805
Farpe ". :840
Law & Garden 850
BALES OF HAY, 100 bales,
$200. or will sell separate.
APPALOOSA GELDING, white,
12 years old. Shots up to date.
For intermediate rider.. $900
BUCKSKIN-PAINT, 3.5 years
old mare. 16 hands. Very
sweet Rides good. incid all
ltaK. $2500 (863)357-6642
FILLY- 6 mo old. Registered
Quarter Horse, Rurninq bred,
Gray, Very g.ntle. ~ ,00.
Line Ad Servi p
uy Sell Trade
*wW okeecrobee-horse-trader corn
Sar.ng Tr, CGrmter
Lake OaaechoDua Areu
PALOMINO MARE, Around 20
years cld, Drood mare only.
GAS GRILL. Cnarbroil, 2 burnr.
er with lava roc Ks. $50
RIDING MOWER- Murray
4np, 2 cyi, 42 dect. many
new parts, w/new utility cart.
BEEF MASTER COWS/CALF.
Males & Females $500 &
BULL, registered Polled Here-
lord 3 yrs old, $1000
1239)728-2173 Alva. ask.
for David Bull
Every Monday-12pm & every
Tuesday-il ri. b763-3127
Business Places 910
Farmn Property -
House Rent 930
Land Rent 935
Resort Property -
Rooms to Rent 955
Storage Space -
APARTMENT FOR RENT
Adult Park in City
Call (863)517-0764 M/P or
Since it's the time of the year when thoughts are turn-
ing to hearth and home, what better way to celebrate
the season than with a lovely, hand-painted harvest
scene perfect for adding a warm touch to your own
home or for sharing as a gift.
It's easy to get started with the help of a new, 44-
page guidebook, "Harvest Home: Seasonal Scenes to
Paint." The book includes complete materials lists,
step-by-step instructions and full-size patterns for
five rich harvest scenes. In addition, a section of
general instructions will help you with the basics,
and full-color photographs make it simple to pick
just the right project.
Harvest Home guide (No. LA22612) ... $10.95
I Can't Believe I'm Painting
(No. LA22566)... $11.95
Please add $4.00 s&h
To order, circle item(s), Please be sure to
clip & send w/ check to: include your name,
U-Bild Features address and the name of
15241 Stagg St. this newspaper. Allow
Van Nuys, CA 91405 1-2 weeks for delivery.
Or call (800) 82-U-BILD
Money Back Guarantee
-FOR 4 -
AVAILABLE NOW. Commercial
space tor rent cared in
Clewistoin Appro.: 800slarea
Hwy 27 roriage. Across li:im
*Clewiston Inn Second space
lentaliively available Dy
February, 2007 For inlo call
IMMOKALEE- 2tr, 2Da rin giel
OmT inci l lining aied DiomifT
pool., cable Avail 01i'01,,0
$7 ,mi.rr th '948- i .1610
LeBelle, Turn Key!!!
N'n e2or 2 j Furnisred
Condu on the Marina
t$1200 m i 31623-a341
IMMOKALEE, 3BR, 2BA near
Lake Trjllord Call Andrea
1r more inrilrmiation
LABELLE. 3/2, 1800 sq II.
with ir rporl. all nrew 3Dpl's
$1200 + t1s lasi & sec
dep Pels welcome w/drp
LEHIGH ACRES, Charming
Florida style 3BR 2BA, 2 car
garage tuidl rin 2000
complelelv lenced bD(k yard
on ':acre..1 300,m,' Call
Barb Rose( 239)293:.4814
Moorehaven 3BR.28A, All
appliances irinuded, 30' 1 car
garage $1500/mi:o 121 avail
PORT LABELLE, 2br,'lba., 1
car garage, Very nice, must
seeF $900mo 18631673-0081
PORT LABELLE- 32. 1500 sq
t,. New, many upgrades
il1300/iTi, Avail January 1is
RENT or LEASE TO OWN
Pc'rt LaBelle 3 Bdrm., 2 Ba
Brand new never lived in'
2 car garage. Energy enticient
home on acre in cul-de-sac
w,/in 1 mileoischools Close
to main Rd. ADI Alarm Sys
1150mo + sec &rei's
RENT TO OWN
NICE 2BR/1BA, 4003 Bishop
Circle, Pl. LaBelle, new
apple's & tile, $850/mo
Quiet,& Flexible. Can accom-
modate alteration request to
suiti .mail or large office
needs Triple Ni Lease Call
TURKEY CREEK: DoI Wide
w,8031 Bo C & t Full Arrimenilie
Avail Seizonal .' 'early Fromr
$1.50 ,mo 970222-76.82
OKEECHOBEE, To .'are 38R
house utiliiies S (Ca le inc .
I.600'mo 11 months rrnl t
.c' reqd 18e363 73-6559
lew Iij urilniis avail air
c OlitCihned & noui-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' $42.80 mo. inc.
tax. 8'x10' $53.50 mo. inci.
tax. 10'x10'$58.85 mo. inci.
tax 8'x20'20" $85.60 mo.
incl. tax 24 hr access $25
returnable key deposit.
Business Places -
Property Sale 1010
Townhouses Sale 1015
Forms 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
Property Inspection 1060
Real Estate Wanted 1065
Resort Property -
Warehouse Space 1075
Waterfront Property 1080
F r s e a# S fe-
LABELLE, 3BR/2BA, 1996
Homes of Merit, 3 large lots.
GULF ACCESS Florida Style
3tlr.,2ba pool riome on "
acre .675 000 Conlaci
Eric Snelman at Select Realty
LaBelle 3/3 Down Town Near
Courlhouse Lig rorms, Top
Area 1209K Vor Annual Leaie
.1800 Owner 863-675-1107
PALM HARBOR Factory Lilui-
dation Sale. 2006 Models
Mus .t Go Modular Mobile &
Still HornmeE 0% oDOWN
Wine, You Own 'our Own
Land I CIll lor FREE Color
PORT LaBelle: 4:2 Upgradesc
galore' Lg. Room, L1g 1ard
Near S,;nool Price tI sell
1.179.500. or Annual Lease
$1800 Owner 863-673-5071
RENT TO OWN
NICE 2BR1 BA. 4003 Bisnop
Circle PI. LaBelle. new
appl's & tile reduced 0to
VENTURE HOME BUILDERS
Houses h:or sale 3br, 2:ia
including loI Starting
$149,900 For more into.
Call 863-675-6444 or
PORT LABELLE. ',a re lo1.
cleared and ready I0 build
$42 950 Owner linaricing
10K down & $258'mo
PRICED TO SELL Reduced 40
Acres ,.' 51500xa Buiiding
LOIS iAII Sll es.) 10 Large
Acreage Owner Firinricing
(800)294-2313 Ext.1385 A
.Bar Sales Inc. 7' days
Saturday, December. 23rd
~ 12pm-5pm ~
& Sunday, Dec. 24th,
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath + Den
2 car garage. Furnished.
BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAROLI-
NA. MUST SEE BEAUTIFUL
& COLORFUL FALL FOLI-
AGE! WESTERN NC MOUN-
TAINS Homes, Cabins,
Acreage & INVESTMENTS.
Cherokee Mountain Realty
GMAC Real Estate, Murphy.
Call for free brochure
Coastal Georgia- New, Pre-
Construction Golf Commu-
nity. Large lots & condos w/
deepwater, marsh, golf, na-
ture views. Gated, Golf, Fit-
ness Center, Tennis, Trails,
Docks. $70k's- $300k.
Gulf front lots $595k. Homes
starting mid $300k. New
master planned ocean front
community on beautiful
Mustang Island, near Corpus
Christi, TX. www.cinnamon-
NC.Gated Lakefront Commu-
nity. Pleasantly mild climate
1.5 acres, 90 miles of shore-
line. Never offered before
with 20% pre-development
discounts, 90% financing.
NC MOUNTAINS Log Cabin
shell on mountain top, view,
trees, waterfall & large public
lake nearby, paved private
access, gated community,
NORTH CAROLINA- BEAUTI-
FUL BLUE RIDGE Mountain
Views. 3.2 Acre Mountain
Estate. Heavily Wooded with
Stream. EZ Financing-
.a New Homes Available
S825 E. Cowboy Way, Suite 108
Labelle, Florida 33935
il E I
Caloosa Mobile Homes, Inc.
New mobile home for family
ready to move in.
321-427-9726 or 863-675-4300
CALOOSA MOBILE HOMES
14x70 Brand new home and lot
ready to live in, will finance with
$5000.00 down. 321-427-9726 or
28x60 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath home
and lot ready to live in, will finance
with $10,000.00 down.
321-427-9726 or 863-675-4300.
NORTH CAROLINA MOUN-
TAINS 3 5 acres on Ine
headwaters or valley River'
Drive & house pad cleared
Hihn elevation. $119 500
zon nei (8001632-2212 val-
TAX DEED TITLE INSURANCE
WITHOUT A QUIET TITLE
ACTION FASTER & CHEAP-
ER Dave Schumacrer. Presi-
dent. Ta. Title Services
(949i798- 180 www talil--
TENNESSEE Affordable lake &
mountain properties LOW
property taces No stale in-
come tax Four seasons-
Southein hospitality For
more Info Call Lakeside Re-
WYOMING RANCH DISPER-
SAL 35 acres 49,900. 70
acres- $89,900. 110 acres -
mountain views Surrounded
by govt land AOundant wild-
lile Recreational paradise
Low ta.es EZ lerms Call
Ulah Ranches LLC.
Mobile Homes i
Mobile Home Lota 2005
Mobile Home Parts 2010
Mobile Homes-Rent 2015
Mobile Homes Sale 2020
LaBelle: 3 Bdrm., 2 Ba., $850
m0 + ;ec dep Isi rid lal
Ti) reni, re'i (8631673-0369
LaBelle, 3 BR, 1 Ba Fenced,
Noa pels $200 wl, wiisi last
w's & sec Must nave rers &
credit check. ~. mos lease req
LeBelle3br, r. ba, Recently re-
rniclOdeled. Beauitiul $.700
nr:,. + Sec dep
Muse, FL. 3BR IBA. Mobile
rome olr rent $625'mo +
sec 1863)675-007u7 or
TURKEY CREEK: Doin Wide
w' Boal Dock FIjli Amenirlea.
Avail. Seasonal / Yearly. From
$750 mb. 970-222-7682
An 800 sq. ft. living area
in Barlows Fish Camp,
441 SE, c/a, good cond.,
$14,500 neg. 863)763-4149
or (561)-758-4337 .
CLEAN 2BR/1.5BA, on canal,
near Ortona Locks, asking
If you live in an old Mobile
Home, but own your land,
purchase a new mobile
home with no money down.
LABELLE, in Aqua Isles MHP,
1979 Doublewide, 2BR/2BA,
Ready to move in. 3% Down
Payment with your good
credit. Call (863)675-8888
LeBelle, DB 2br, 2ba, Exc
cond., Carport, Porch, Beau-
tiful, Peaceful Senior Park.
Low Maint. (863)517-0975
New 4BR/2BA Doublewide
in nice subdivision. Ready
to move in. Low down
payment with your good
credit. Call (863)675-8888
New Modular Home with
garage. Ready to move in.
Must see to believed Stucco
siding, fireplace, glamour
bath. Financial available.
PRIMROSE RV PARK, S/W, Lg
FL/RM, Rim Canal, New win-
dows/Shutters, Clean, $3500.
(561)641-1792 or see Wes
WHISPER CREEK, Lot 218,
1986 Franklin 33ft, new bed,
washer, furnace, carpet & roof
WHISPER CREEK- 55+, lully
turn. 84. 34' Prowler
w/10x20 carpeted Fla Room
side by side Retig WiD.
split Dath, newly painted
alum awnings, covered side
porch and oacK patio. 6.8
Shed, asking $18.500 Prime
Jet Skli.s 3015
Mari6e AccessiorIes 3020
Marine Mis 3O25
Motorcycles 1 '- 3030
Sport Vllcls/ATV 3s035
ALUMINUM, V Bottom, 14',
Smokercraft wilike new trail-
re & 18ho Tohatsu motor
BASS '90- 21 tt. stratos with
200 hp mercury, hyd steer-
ing and gps system $5500
BASS TRACKER- '06. 1911
Spec Ed.. 90hp Merc Opti-
max. $14,900 or will trade.
BOATERS PROJECT, Too
much to lisl. $2500
HURRICANE DECK BOAT 20'
belier Iman new. Loaded
W/lrir Reduced to $16.000
due ro nealtn Call
JON Boat- 12 FT. transom.
greal lor hunting. green, 6 np
Johnson. trailer excellent
condo $400 (863)763-8797
MASTERCRAFT 1995 Ski
Boat w/traiier Great shape
PONTOON BOAT. 24', 60np
RANGER- 14 50rip Jonnsorn
Trailer includeO Greatl ill
$140l or Pesi oiler
RANGER 354V 1992. 150 np
Evinrude \P SS Prop., Com-
pleie rebuild w/less tIan 75
hr3 36 v motor guide, 3 bank
charger, tournament rigged.
Ranger trailer w/new wheels &
tires. Cover. Always garaged.
Excellent condition. $10,000.
Ranger 520VX, '01 225hp
Evin., 101 lb. thrust trolling
mtr, jack plate, steel prop,
GPS map w/depth & fish
finder, charger sys., bimini
top, dbl axle trir & much
more.Health problems, Must
Sell! $18,900. NADA value
SAILBOAT- 22.8', Sails & 9.9
motor w/swing kill. 3 sails
w/spinker & pole. $1900. or-
best offer. (863)467-7336 ,
SEA KAYAKS- 2, 17', Pursuit
& Kodiak, $900. Will separ-
TRI-HULL, 15ft., 55 hp John-
son Motor, $1000 or best offer
One man's trash Is anoth-
er man's treasure. Turi
your trash to treasure
with an ad In the classi-
Coachmen Travel Trailer '88:
Sleeps 4, AC & heat, gas range,
gas/elec fridge. $4200. In Pio-
neer, Henry Co 561-827-2464
Fleetwood American Dream
'00,40 FT. 2 Slides/IlK, Many
extra's! Garaged, $120,000 or
possible trade. 863-467-5207
MOTOR HOME: Argosy, 1978,
air stream product, 28 ft
long, AC, fridge, and more.
JAYCO '92, 32 ft., with porch,
set up on lot. Ready to move
How do you find a Job In
market? In the employ-
ment section of the clas-
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FLORIDA [o iiYi i 'F 0F(' O'n
10941 ahliTi b r, ilrB
181862 CB Ia. 14 )l.'lb
35t Cargo Trailer
301 Roille Travel Trailer
28h1 Wilderness Travel
2811. Nomad FimLh Wheel
40t Inlernational Finn
12.34h Park Model
401. RPlle Fitirn Wheel
28n Mallard Fitin Whneel
Park Model Dealer
HOLIDAY RV SALES
US Route 41 East
between Alico and
HD Leathers: Ladi' 3 1d.i-
els :h.ap paris toors hnel-
met, like new $1,i75 will sep
HONDA 2004 Arrow Siradow
?50: Windsield, Low rmileaoe
premioumi ags garaged E-,
tra's. 1 400 (8631983.95$5
HONDA CR85R '06. ery dood
condition rijuns greal. $2210
or bestoner 1863)599-0788
HONDA REBEL 2003 250 CC
2.475 mis. Exlri's' Snow
Room Condition $2500 Firm
TRAILER, Single rycle, lil
within amp., galvJnri;ed. 12'
tires, 12'2" overall length
E-TON 2005 VIPER Jr.. E',.
condo. Perect for Christmas
$700 863|763-6430 v. meg
GO CART, 1 Searer. 5 np.
Briggs & Slraltton Runs
good Nice Chnritmas Git0l
GO CART, Large jurns, looks
good New $1200. asking
$600 1863)467-8819 9g
GO CART- runs. $300
HONDA "03, 4 wheeler. re.
con. 250 ES, e:celleni
Autos Wanted 4010
Classic Cars 4015
Commercial Trucks 4020)
Foreign Cars 4030
Four Wheel Drive 4035
Heavy Duty Trucks41040)
Parts Repairs 4045
Pickup Trucks 4050
Sport Utility 4055
Tractor Trailers 4060
Utility Trailers 4065
CADILLAC DEVILLE, 1992 -
Run'i re.i a.'c. 1.1 500 iirmn
CADILLAC EL DORADO '97,
ETC. Fully 'oaded, whil pearl
alamino, has new parts,
CAMARO Z28 '80- il Original
350, auto, Power windows,
For Sale or Trade, $1700
DODGE NEON '95, 4 door, au-
to., a/c, 4 cyl., good'on gas,
new tires, needs minor work.
$750 neg. (863)634-8506
FORD ESCORT ZX2 '99- 5
speed, new AC, runs good,
whiie w/gray interior, $1800
FORD MUSTANG- '88, Good
shape. Runs good. $2500.
FORD THUNDERBIRD '88,
Needs work. $300
GEO TRACKER '92- fair condi-
tion, $1000 or best offer
HONDA CIVIC HYBRID- '04,
Gray, Low mi. 12,800 mi.
Exc cond in/outside. Sirrus
MERCURY MARQUIS-GS '02,
Adult driven, garage kept, 30k,
PONTIAC FIERO '88, 4 cyl., 5
speed, Pioneer CD player,
sunroof, great on gas, good
tires. $1200 (863)447-0270
SATURN 2000: AC, runs
great. Asking $3000 or will
trade for small truck.
TOYOTA COROLLA LE, '99, 5
speed, Loaded, Very clean,
Primrose RV Park. $3650.
TOYOTA TERCEL '90, Good
condition, a/c works, auto.,
front wheel drive. $750
FORD F150 79. 351 motor.
C6 HolilEy, Ilowmasters. lots
ol new paris $2500 irm
JEEP WRANGLER 89 V8 Chne
vy 350. new lies .& wheels.
auto lacked redicamel
YAMAHA, Electric, $900 or
tbes otler |989831-5135
FORD F350- 94. Diesel, su-
percrew. 220 K runs needs
work. 1.1500 1863)763-7831
FORD- '86, F350 Diesel
panrs Irucr ti8i0
FORD EXPLORER 1992- 4.4
Froil end burned,. Oul ood
lor paris ilran,:min. ion, rear.
lc:) l$200 863-763-3765
PARTS. 4x4. rains iran:ier
cases onmer parts Ford.
Crievy jeep. $,500 1 r all
will separate. .561i644-4140
RIMS & TIRES- 20' 6u00
SUBWOOFER & AMP. 12
Ronclhirdl ulc in bo., Alpine
320 wall 5 channel amp
$200 neg 863-801-1683
TIRES & RIMS- Ford Fi50
tires & Lniv rrims,
P265/75R 15 Goodyear
TIRES- 1( F Wrangler.
P265.70R17 (41 ATV. new,
$425 will separate
TONNEAU COVER, Fiberglass.
gray, lils '02 current Dooge
Ram short bed. $700 Call
TOOLBOX, Aluminum, tor
small ruck $75
CHEVROLET P/U 1993 Greal
work truck' $1400 For more
ino call 863-357-5906
CHEVY- '83, 1 Ion Dually. Au-
lomiaic w/hydraulic nli
dump bed $I1000 or trade
CHEVY PICK UP '93 Dually
while, clean. 2 door,
custom big bloc '/ auto
CHEVY SILVERADO- 97. red,
35' lires 10 rims 4' lin.5
speejd reibudl imoor, irans
a'c, 10 mucin 10 lisi, have re-
riepis. runs e.telleni. 4 3 L
1.6500 or tiesi olier
FORD F150- *90 no A.C
1.1200 i('3|763-5422 or
FORD RANGER- 95. While
,Cold AC 4 ryl Auto
I1000 or bisl oiler
FORD EXPLORER '.PORT- 91,
runs diod need: brakes.
1.1 0(0 or DerI otter
FORD HUNTING BUGGY. runs.
needs some work .1500
Cadll Erik 6 3-634-0771
TSC 4X8 TRAILER. Grand new
UTILITY TRAILER- 6.9, h.me.
mnlade, new tondirl: mIew
1loor p inl iqngm. elei 1550
or esi:hier 1863)763-3735
CHRYSLER TOWN & COUN-
TRY 1994, Run" needs work
DODGE GRAND CARAVAN
SPORT 1998 Runs good
Rebuill engine & Irans
PLYMOUTH VOYAGER '95
E,ceileni con Ice cold a C
p.'w p.i. new Danery 158k
$200 11i86JI369, b668
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