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    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Main: Opinion
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    Section A: Main continued
        page A 5
        page A 6
        page A 7
        page A 8
    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
        page B 2
    Section B: Community Events
        page B 3
        page B 4
        page B 5
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    Section C: Kicks, This Week
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        page C 2
        page C 3
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        page C 5
        page C 6
        page C 7
    Section C: Public Notices
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    Section C: Classified
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        page C 11
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Florida Seals home opener is tonight,
in Sports, page B-1.


Osceola County
Sheriff Bob Hansell
talks about the
methamphetamine
problem and upcom-
ing anti-meth work-
shops, on page A-4.


Classified --- C-9
Community B-3
Dining C-2
Entertainment -- C-1
Opinion A-4
Now Playing C-7
Sports B-1


Film critic Peter
Covino reviews
Capote and gives
the new movie
an A-.
See his review
in Kicks,
page C-1.


Turn back the clock an hour
on Saturday night.


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October 29, 2005


Commit

By Conswella C. Bennett
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Looking around the room Wednes-
day evening at the Tupperware Corp.
that served as a backdrop for Com-
munity Vision's 10th birthday party,
Donna Sines, executive director of
the organization, was amazed at the
agency s success.
In 1995, the concept of Commu-
nity Vision was born and Sines was
hired early on to spearhead the mis-'
sion of what was designed first to be
a five-year project rather- than an
organization.
"It's been an amazing journey, and
I would have never dreamed that we'd
be here," said Sines, surrounded by
gold balloons, a sprawling buffet and
a gold-layered birthday cake.
Community Vision was the brain-


ision reaches milestone


child of Mary Cooper and Tomr
Tompkins, who gave birth to the
idea of bringing people and
resources together, to achieve the
community's vision.
Cooper and Tompkins along with
Sines and a small group met around a
table to brainstorm about a goal for
the organization.
The table, that was once the center
of many brainstorming sessions, is
still with Sines although it is now bat-
tered and beaten after being damaged
in last year's storms.
"It's symbolic of what can happen
when 'you'put people around the
table;" Sines said,.
It wasn't long before the five-year
program turned into an organization
with the area's population growing
and fragmenting.
"We were trying to get every-


body together and create a shared ; UU.
Visionn" Sines said. "We believed it
could happen. "
A year after the program was-
born, the group went through a 4
visioning process to set up priorities .
and engage the community.
Since its inception, Community
Vision has been working on various -
children's issues; worked with elected
officials to host a visioning summit for
them, ac.ilstedJ ith Greale. Outdoors
(an erirv.rImvintl. event) to edui.,aIte
the public about environmental ,.
issues; assisted various leadership a '" ., -
programs'geared tt.._,d youth and f d' u p
adults who want to be leaders in the "
community; and created a health .... "ee Ph i,'S.r ri. oer..
issues task force to address the com- Community Vision committee member Kim Clark places an
munity's health care needs. item in a time capsule during the agency's 10th birthday
'See Vision, page A-3 party at the Tupperware World Headquarters Wednesday.



St. Cloud family fed up


with high water woes
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News-Gazette Photo/Jason Holland
Kenny Bearce, of St. Cloud, pushes water out of his garage at
his home adjacent to Stevens Plantation. Bearce believes heavy
* rains combined with disrupted drainage due to construction next
door was the cause.


By Jason Holland
News-Gazette Staff Writer
The first level of Kenny Bearce's
two-story home, including the
garage and his daughter's bedroom,
floods when there is a heavy rain,
leaving standing water and mud to
remove.
Water also collects in low-lying
areas in the yard, surrounding the
home.
The latest incident occurred
M-,ndai.' when the outer edge of
Hurricane Wilma brushed the area.
Bearce said the trouble started
about a year, and a half ago when
Stevens Plantation, one of St.
Cloud's newest developments, grew
up next to the Bearce family in this
formerly rural setting where they
have lived for seven years,
According to Bearce, the new
adjacent home sites were set on
land built up about three feet higher.
than his property.
"You could almost say it created a
dam. It blocks the water," said
Bearce, who explained the graded
land blocks the natural run off from
his property. "We've always had
issues with water out here, but never
in the house."


SY It blocks the water.
[We've always had
issues with water out
here, but never in the
house."
KENNY BEARCE
St. Cloud resident


Jonathan Baltuch, president of
Marketing Resources Inc., the con-
sultant overseeing development of
Stevens Plantation, said engineering
firm Dufresne-Henry has worked
with the Bearces since last year to
solve any drainage problems caused
by construction.,
Last year a drainage structure
was enlarged, said Baltuch, and
they had not heard from the family
since then until earlier this week.
Baltuch, who sympathized with
the resident's concerns, said on first
examination the mbst recent inci-
dent seems to be the result of a
large amount of water falling in a
short time, flowing from the pasture
land across the road onto the
Bearce property, then into the,
lower lying garage. Baltuch said this
appears to be a separate issue from


the problems caused by construc-
tion.
"However, we're not going to
stop there," said Baltuch, who
added that they have commissioned
a drainage study to determine the
elevations of the area and deter-
mine the source of the flooding.
"It could be historical," said Bal-
tuch. "If-the issue is created by con-
struction, it will be taken care of."
Heavy rains bring on the flood-
ing, said Bearce. There have been
serious incidents three times, with
several inches of water invading the
first floor.. Bearce said the heavy
rain around the time of Hurricanes
Frances I and Jeanne created the
worst effects.
Other times a smaller amount of
water seeps in.
Bearce said it takes a couple of
days to get all the water out of the
house, and another couple of weeks
to clean the mess left behind. Dry-.
wall and furniture have been dam-
aged and replaced -several times.
The Bearces have been reimbursed
for the damage, but Bearce said he
is frustrated and tired of going
through that process.
See Water, page A-3


St. Cloud

drops idea

for strong

mayor

By Jason Holland
News-Gazette Staff Writer
An effort in St. Cloud to
pit the current city manager-
council form of government
against a switch to a strong
mayor in a special election
has ended.
The issue was decided at
the end of an extended
debate at Thursday's City
Council meeting. Mayor
Glenn Sangiovanni's call for a
motion was met with silence,
and the matter, which was up
for its first reading, died for
lack of response.
If approved it would have
gone to a final public hearing
See St. Cloud, page A-3


CYRUS HELPS STUDENTS READ


Therapy dog is regular

at reading sessions t


By Deanna Sheffield
News-Gazette Staff Writer
A room full of wide-eyed
third-graders smiled and gig-
gled with delight when a
150-pound Newfoundland
dog strolled into the media
center where they were wait-
ing at Cypress Elementary
on Wednesday.
But Cyrus isn't just any
dog. He's a trained therapy
dog that assists third-,
fourth- and fifth-graders who
are struggling readers.
Dr. Judy Ziffer, a guidance
counselor at Cypress Ele-
mentary and Cyrus' handler,
said the program, Cyrus
Assisting Reading Education,
is the only knownrone of its
kind in the area.


Cyrus, who is 4 years old,
also is a service dog, and is one
of eight Newfoundland dogs
that live with Ziffer. Cyrus is
also an international champi-
on, can pull a cart and is cur-
rently training in water rescue.
Each Wednesday, about a
dozen third-graders identified
as those who need additional
help improving their reading
skills are plucked from the
school's four third-grade classes
and sit around a large rectan-
gular table in the media center
and read books while patting
Cyrus who stretches out atop
the table. The club meets for
40 minutes before leaving to
make way for the fourth- and

See Reading, page A-6


Nc i-GL' e Phoo/" 1m nRobenrs
Cypress Elementary School student Karyan Cotto, 9, bids farewell to a New-
foundland named Cyrus, a trained therapy dog, during one of the Cyrui
Assisting Reading Education Club's activities at the school.


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Poinciana pastor is urging Hispanics to give thanks on Nov. 6


By Conswella C. Bennett
News-Gazette Staff Writer
While many Americans are
preparing to celebrate Thanks-
giving next month, a local pas-
tor is encouraging Latin Ameri-
cans to also set aside time to
commemorate the holiday.
Hector Morales, pastor of
the Time of God Healing
Church in Poinciana, is work-
irig to promote a Latin Amer-
ican Thanksgiving holiday to


Vision
Continued from page A
'One of the highlights of the
evening was the opportunity
for guests to place a memo-
rable memento into a time
capsule fashioned in the
shape of a boxed gift. One by
one, people stopped by the
table, to see the newspaper
articles, pictures, drawings
and other trinkets that were to
be sealed in the box. Instead
of burying the time capsule,
the box will be stored and
Sropened in 10 years.
S Guests, many representing
the nonprofit agencies that
work with Community Vision,
were treated to a shortened
version of a Community
Vision documentary created
by Access Osceola.
I. in the documentary, Wade
Davis, St. Cloud city council-


be celebrated Sunday, Nov. 6.
That celebration will include a
community dinner from 2
p.m. to 6 p.m. followed by a
service from 7 to 9 p.m., with
both activities to be held at the
gazebo in Poinciana' Park on
Pleasant Hill Road.
For the first time this year,
Morales is asking Latin Ameri-
cans to set aside a day for the
holiday that follows a historical
tradition of the pilgrims, who


held a harvest feast to give
thanks to God after making
their adjustment to America
from England. The historic
event paved the way for the
annual tradition that is celebrat-
ed on the last Thursday in
November.
"We wanted to do this as a
church. We wanted to go back
to the principles of the Bible -
to help people," Morales said of
implementing the Latin Ameri-


can version of the holiday.
With all of the recent weath-
er-related tragedies, the pastor
of the new church is asking
Latin Americans to set aside at
least one day a year. "to give
thanks to God."
Last year, Morales' congre-
gation held a Thanksgiving
breakfast.
In Hispanic homes, the din-
ner may not be the typical
American entrees of turkey


and dressing. But Morales said
the intent would be the same:
to give thanks for the health
and freedoms enjoyed by fam-
ily and friends.
Morales is sending out an
invitation to all Florida-based
foreign consular staff as well as
local, state and federal govern-
ment officials and their families
to join his congregation for the
free, informal Hispanic dinner,
which is open to anyone inter-


ested in attending.
"We want to let the commu-
nity know that as a, church in
the community we are here to
help," Morales said.
More information on the
Time Of God's Healing Church
is available online at www.tem-
plorestauracionkairos.com.
Contact Conswella C. Ben-
nett at 407-846-7600, Ext.
205. E-mail at cbennett@
osceolanewsgazette.com


St. Cloud
Continued from page A-1


Sman, said that the -.:encr-' had
become an umbrella to resolve
various problems that arose in
the community.
Besides celebrating the suc-
cess of the program, support-
ers, investors and volunteers
were recognized for their
efforts in helping Community
Vision become a success.
Tony lorio, a Community
Vision investor, was pleased to
see the growth and how the
public has responded to the.
grassroots organization.
"The program -has grown
to such great importance, it's
now a vital component of our
community and a basis for our'
future growth," Iorio said.
"Donna Sines has done an
excellent, job in her job of
heading Community Vision."


New~s bif


Charged with
attempted murder
An Osceola County woman
remained in critical condition
Friday after authorities
said her boyfriend shot
her during a domestic
disturbance.
Edward Vallarella. I
46, was arrested and ( -
charged with attempt-
ed murder Wednesdat. ,,
by Osceola County
Sheriff's. Office de-
puties after they
responded to his 3034 Va
Parkway Blvd. home. Val
i Arriving on scene, dJputiej.
found Vallarella's girlfriend sit-
tihg on the grass in front of the
residence. She had large
ainounts of blood on her head,
face and clothes, said Twis


IIc
ll4


Lizasuain, Sheriff's Office
spokeswoman. Sheriff's offi-
cials did not list her exact
injuries.
After further investigation
it was determined
*the victim had been
shot by Vallarella
during a domestic
dispute. She was
transported to
Orlando Regional
S..*. Medical Center and
listed in critical but
stable condition.
vard Vallarella admit-
arella ted to shooting the
victim, Lizasuain
said. He was arrested on
attempted murder charges
and taken to the Osceola
County Jail.


See News briefs, page A-6


in November: If approved at
that meeting, the issue could
have been put to voters in
January. 6
Essentially, a strong mayor
is an elected chief administra-
tor that presides over a coun-
cil, and also handles day-to-
day operations.
There was strong opposi-
tion to the special election
from three council members,
including Jeff McCorkle,
Mickey Hopper and Mike
Wetzel. They cited over-
whelming public outcry
against the special election
and a switch to a strong
mayor form of government.
McCorkle said he would
support putting it on the bal-
lot if it were brought up
through formal petition from
the citizens. The issue seemed
to have been pushed through
by a small group despite
reservations from a majority
of the council and citizens,
said McCorkle, and served as
a major distraction as the
council searched for a new
city manager.
"This reeks of a lot of bad
things I'd rather not bring
up," said McCorkle.
Hopper said she had heard
overwhelming opposition
from citizens and a distinct
lack of public call for change.
Hopper was also concerned
that the efforts of a few had
brought the issue forward.
"Where is the outcry? Peo-
ple are not telling me they
want this," said Hopper.
"There is a major power
struggle in this city, and I
don't want to be a part of it."
Councilman Wade Davis
said he personally did not


support a switch and through
his research had discovered
most cities that go through
this have citizens dissatisfied
with an ineffective council.
"I've heard from citizens
that they don't want a
change. I take that as a com-
pliment," said Davis. '
Davis said he had heard
only disapproval from citi-
zens, but had considered con-
tinuing the issue to its second
reading to allow supporters to
speak out in favor. Davis did
not make a motion at the
meeting.
Sangiovanni, who stressed
he did not favor or oppose
either type of government,
supported letting the voters
decide the issue. The depar-
ture of City Manager Paul
Kaskey in January and input
from several citizens had
served as impetus for the
move, said Sangiovanni, and
he had been hopeful that the
pros and cons of both sys-
tems could have been debated
further. Sangiovanni said he
would have run for mayor no
matter what decision the vot-
ers would have made.
He also pointed to two
recent surveys, one commis-
sioned by a private citizen
and another by the
St. Cloud-Greater Osceola
Chamber of Commerce. The
Chamber survey, conducted
by Market Trends Research,
found that more ih6rr-90 per-
cent of those surveyed
believed a government
change should be decided by
voters, more than 80 per-


cent supported a special
election and nearly 90 per-,
cent wanted voters, to decide
whom the city's day-to-day
administrator would be.
Hopper and McCorkle had
questioned the wording of the
survey, believing some of the
questions were designed to
produce certain results, a
charge which the survey firm
disputed strongly.
The council heard from
several citizens opposed to
the special election. Resident
John Curry told the council
that among fellow residents
he had spoken to, the vast
majority was against chang-
ing to a strong mayor or
even putting it on the ballot.
Curry said the city had made
great strides with the current.
form of government, and
that there was a lack of qual-
ified candidates for a strong
.mayor position.
"Let's keep what we have

Water
Continued from page A-
Bearce said solutions
from the engineers have
including building drainage
ditches, regrading portions
of the developing land and
providing pumps to move
standing water. However,
none of these solutions
worked, said Bearce.
* Bearce, who supp.,rted the
construction of the .Stevens
Plantation development and
thinks it will be a great benefit
to St. Cloud, is reluctantly


and move forward," Curry
said.
Two longtime city resi-
dents and political veterans
also weighed in. Chuck
Hodges, a former councilman
and mayor, and Bob Fisk,
who was involved with the
effort to switch to the city
manager form of government
decades ago, came out
against the change. They said
the current system has
worked well for the city and
should not be disrupted.
Elaine Cardinal, a resident
and a board member of the
St. Cloud-Greater Osceola
Chamber of Commerce, sup-
ported the special election.
"I truly think our citizens
want to be part of this," said
Cardinal.
Contact Jason Holland at
407-846-7600, Ext. 207.
E-mail at jholland@
osceolanewsgazette.com




considering .legal action to
solve the problem if the situa-
tion is not resolved soon.
"I hate to because I was
brought up to treat my neigh-
bor like family," said Bearce.
"I like Stevens Plantation. I
think it's good for the city,
which is why I wanted to work
With Dufiesne-Henrv.'
Contact Jason Holland at
407-846-7600, Ext. 207.
E-mail at jholland@
osceolanewsgazette.com


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Opinion


Editorial


A community effort


Vice Lords, Norte 14, Hot Boyz,
Aryan Nation, Bloods, Crips and
Insane Latin Brothers these are
only some of the 22 gangs that'are
or have been active in the city of
Kissimmee and in Osceola County.
Gangs are known to commit
crimes ranging from burglary to
first-degree murder, and gangs
meeting places or. hangouts include
apartment complexes, single-family
homes, parks and malls.
Youth gang involvement is not a
new phenomenon and has existed
for centuries in our country. The
gang problem and its associated
criminal activity won't go away soon
or be eliminated easily. Violent
crime linked to gangs does occur
here; we can't hide our heads in the
sand about the problem.
While police in many communi-
ties do have gang suppression activi-
ties, as is the case in Kissimmee,
controlling gangs is not their sole
responsibility; it requires the entire
community and all its resources.
Young people join gangs for
many reasons: a sense of belonging


and commitment; the need for
recognition, power or status; the
need for companionship and accep-
tance; and to have something excit-
ing to do.
Poverty can breed gangs, too, as
young people feel a sense of hope-
lessness about not being able to pur-
chase wanted goods or services.
One way .a gang member can earn
money is to sell drugs or steal.
Gang members often lack family
support. For example, they return
from school to a place where they
feel alienated or neglected. Risks
increase when the community fails
to provide sufficient youth pro-
grams or alternatives to violence.
Recreational programs can help a
youth build a sense of self-worth
that makes involvement in gangs
unnecessary.
Residents of Poinciana have the
right idea about community involve-
ment. One reason a YMCA is need-
ed in their community, they say, is
because there is little for youth to do
and, that makes gang membership
more likely. Enough said.


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Will pythons deter visitors to Florida? Let's hope they do


Lock up the kids, put a GPS on
your Jack Russell and make way at the
top of the food chain.
The killer pythons are here.
Visitors to South Florida recently
clicked on the television to see an X-
ray of a 12-footer that had eaten a
rotund Siamese cat named Frances..
It was the lead story on the local
news, hot on the heels of an inci-
dent in which another large python
exploded after devouring a six-foot
alligator in Everglades National
Park. The grisly photos of that gas-
tronomical Vesuvius received front-
page play all over the world.
Finally the word is getting out that
pythons are amok in the Sunshine
State. Will this scare anyone away?
We can only hope.
Shark attacks, gator maulings, West
Nile-oozing mosquitoes, flesh-eating
bacteria, killer hurricanes every three
or four weeks none of these threats
have significantly dented-Florida's
insane growth rate.
An infestation of ravenous pythons,
however, might deter potential new-
comers to our state. Large mammal-


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eating snakes trigger a special primal
fear in our otherwise cocky species.
Sharks cruise and gators lurk, but at
least we know where they hang out.
Snakes, on the other hand, go wher-
ever they please. They swim, they
slither, they dig and they climb.
Humans ore as stunningly ignorant
about reptiles as they are intrigued by
them. About 144,00.0 Burmese
pythons were imported by the pet
trade into the United States last year,
and many of those will either escape
or eventually be freed by their owners.
That's why Florida is crawling .with
the beasts today. Most people who
buy them as babies are clueless about
how fast they grow, and how much
space they require.
.As one who owned snakes for
years, I steered clear of exotic constric-
tors. Sharing a house with a 90-pound
carnivorous predator required a deeper
personal commitment than I was will-


ing to make, not to mention a steady
supply of full-grown rabbits.
Friends up North who've been
reading about our python plague have
asked if they eat humans. The same
question, I suspect, is being worriedly
pondered at the breakfast table in
many South Florida households.
The answer is yes, though rarely.
In one documented case, a teenager
.was devoured by a 31-foot reticulat-
ed python in Indonesia. Ten years
ago, a 23-footer killed and tried to
swallow a worker at a rubber planta-
tion in Kuala Lumpur.
More recently, Internet snake freaks
eagerly disseminated a graphic photo-
graph purporting to show a man's
corpse being removed from a dead
anaconda in South America. Some
experts believe the photo was faked.
In any case, it's important to
remember that snakes are primitive
and undiscerning. They tend to eat
whatever is available, sometimes
without regard for proportions or
digestibility. Witness the inflated
ambitions of the now-famous Ever-:
glades python that expired after
gobbling the alligator.
Tragically, there have been many,
cases of hungry pet snakes behaving


like hungry wild ones. In 1984, an
11-month-old baby was strangled in
bed by the family's 10-foot pet retic-
ulated python. This happened in
Iowa, not the ideal climate for an
active tropical reptile.
A New York man was killed in
1996 while trying to feed a live chick-
en to his 13-foot python, which mis-
took him for supper. A Colorado
python owner suffered the same fate,
his pet wrapping around him so tightly
that it took a team of firefighters to pry
the coils from his body.
In 1999, a 3-year-old Illinois boy
was choked to death by his parents'
pet African rock python; Two years
later, an eight-year-old Pennsylvania
girl was critically injured by a 10-foot
Burmese one of five big snakes
kept at her home which wound
around her neck and wouldn't let go.
Obviously a multitude of good rea-
sons exist for parting company with an
unmanageable python. The best way
is to take it to a veterinarian, or give it
to an experienced reptile keeper.
Simply opening the car door and
letting the snake go might be conve-
nient, but it's also profoundly stupid.
Pythons have few natural enemies,
Miami being short on wild jaguars and


tigers. The small python you set free'
today could be inhaling your neigh-
bor's prize parrot next year.
While eradication efforts are under-
way in the Everglades, some herpetol-
ogists believe it's too late. They say the
pythons, which breed prolifically, are
here to stay.
As a public service, dire warnings
should be issued to tourists and all
those considering a permanent family
move to Florida. Perhaps it will do
some good, but who knows. *
It was 16 years ago that I first
wrote about the python invasion,
after a 20-footer and a 17-footer
were captured in local suburbs
where they'd been feasting on rac-
coons and domestic pets.
The news didn't seem to frighten a
soul. People kept arriving, and so did
the snakes.
Now we're overrun with both,
setting the stage for .a classic Dar-
winian duel. Having seen big
pythons in action, I .definitely
wouldn't bet against them.
Carl Hiaasen is a columnist
for the Miami Herald. Readers
may write to him at: 1 Herald
Plaza, Miami, FL 33132.


Together, we can tackle the meth problem


Similar to other counties across
the nation, Osceola County is cur-
rently experiencing an increase in
the manufacture and use of
methamphetamine, a highly addic-
tive stimulant that affects the central
nervous system and causes the user
to become extremely dangerous.
The spread of methamphetamine
across the country has become a diffi-
cult problem for law enforcement.
Results from two National Association
of Counties surveys substantiate what
law enforcement officers have suspect-
ed for several years: The use of
methamphetamines devastates lives
and increasingly strains county law
enforcement and child welfare services.
Researchers found that 87 percent
of those surveyed reported increases in
methamphetamine-related arrests start-
ing three years ago. In addition, 58


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percent of counties in the survey'said
that methamphetamines were' their
largest drug problem, followed by
cocaine (19 percent), marijuana (17;
percent) and heroin (3 percent).
In Osceola County this year alone,
one homicide and several robberies
were attributed to individuals who were
addicted to methamphetamine. In addi-
tion, many of these users and manu-
facturers expose their children to the
toxic chemicals, which can cause
harmful effects and pose serious health


risks. There is also a substantial risk of
fire or explosion while the chemicals
are mixed and heated together.
Over the last several years, at least
five fires have been reported as a result
of a methamphetamine lab. Since Jan-
uary, we have uncovered 18 metham-
phetamine labs and arrested more than
94 individuals.
A community committed to
enforcing methamphetamine laws
is vital to reducing methampheta-
mine use and availability. These
small toxic labs can be found in a
methamphetamine "cook's" home,
in an automobile, alongside a road
and in hotels and motels. This year
alone, three methamphetamine
labs were found in motels in Osceo-
la County.
The Osceola CountySheriff's Office
is taking an active role in fighting this


problem. We have created a series of
workshops to help educate businesses
and citizens in our community. Next
Tuesday, I will host the first in this
series of methamphetamine work-
shops. This tirne, the focus will be the
hospitality industry.
Sponsored by the Radisson
Resort Parkway and High Intensity
Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA), the.
purpose of this workshop is to edu-
cate hotel and motel owners, man-
agers and employees on how to rec-
ognize the methamphetamine pro-
duction process and how to report
the crime. Later workshops will
extend the message to retailers,
business owners, educators and
neighborhood watch groups.
Education is key in helping to
reduce this problem in our community.
Together, we can make a difference.


Letters


A good idea
To the editor:
Since most ideas out, of the North
are as welcome around here as Gen-
eral Sherman was at Augusta in the
Civil War, I was astounded to read
about a Yankee idea that would
make our world a better .place and
not a horrible copy of New Jersey.
A Roman Catholic school leader
from Long Island, N.Y., has can-
celed the prom for his upscale pri-
vate school. His rationale was clear
and convincing: Parents should not
be spending small fortunes to treat
their kids to sex orgies and drunk-
driving expeditions.
The school leader said that


such wretched excess with the
school's implied blessing was
sending the wrong message to
young folks. Of course the spoiled
brats are revolting.
What right does a principal have
to put morality over frivolity? I
know that nothing much can be
done to raise SAT scores and
FCAT scores around here. The
breakup of the family has smashed
the academic hopes of more than
60 percent of our kids.
Anything Superintendent Blaine
Muse can try to do to stem this cata-
strophe is like rearranging deck.
chairs on the Titanic. However, he
can shoot a cannon across the bow
of the hell-bound ship, which is tak-


ing many of our children to lives of
drugs, divorce and dependency. He
can say that this year all proms have
to be held in the school gym or
called off. No more $500 dollar
limo rides, thousand dollar dresses
or drunken sex parties at Cocoa
Beach motels.
What a wonderful night it would


be, with no waiting for some cop to
knock on the door to ask you to
identify the remains of a teenager.
And no worrying about some dis-
ease growing inside your child, or
trying to figure out how to pay a
$1,500 Visa bill.
Charles B. Tiffany
Kissimmee


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422068, Kissimmee, FL 34742. If you wish to fax your letter to
the newspaper, do so at 407-933-6856. Or e-mail letters to
news@osceolanewsgazette.com.
If you have any questions about letters to editor or the Opinion
page, contact Editor Bill Orben at 407-846-7600, Ext. 203. E-mail
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Osceola County Veterans Council
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The City of Kissimmee is pleased to announce the selection of Debbie Luke as the Employee of the Month
for October. Debbie has been employed by the City since 1998 and is a Purchasing Technician with the
Central Services Department.


Debbie is one of the most versatile employees in her department. Cross-trained on many aspects of
Sthe Central Services division, Debbie goes beyond her purchasing duties and she can be found helping
out in the parts room or assisting in the warehouse where her combined knowledge of purchasing and
warehouse procedures makes her a great resource in these areas.

Debbie is always focused on the customer service aspects of her job. She is exceptionally loyal to her
peers and her supervisors, and she provides honest input whenever needed. She patiently and carefully
walks her customers through the purchasing processes when they reach roadblocks. People really feel
that Debbie isa team player when she gets involved.

The City thanks Debbie for her hard work and dedication to Kissimmee and its residents.


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News-Gazette Photo/Sam Roberts
St. Cloud Fire Rescue firefighter Harold Button,
ibe. above photo, on Oct. 12 showed a group of stu-
dents at Michigan Avenue Elementary School in
St. Cloud the various components of a firefighter's
S suit. In photo at left, St. Cloud Fire Rescue Opera-
tions Chief Wayne Schwiegerath, a.k.a. Bunkers,
S' along with Bailey Edmondson, 7, top left, and
SSamantha Martin, 5, middle left, pretend to be
asleep while practicing an evacuation drill from a
home during a presentation by the St. Cloud fire
safety clowns at the school the same day.


Reading
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to .accomplish by (the age of) 8
or.9," Ziffer said.
The rnaj,:.-l of the children
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rent grade level and progressing
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ticularly rough time. Children
also talk about how (Cyrus):
makes them feel better."
While helping struggling
readers improve is the top con-
cern for the CARE program,
educators also hope the extra
reading time will help students
improve their FCAT skills while
gaining self-confidence. Ziffer
said petting Cyrus while the chil-
dren read also helps the children
calm their nerves.
"He's very easy going and
has a calming effect. Research
indicates .that dogs preserve a


non-judgmental presence -
they won't criticize while they
read. Those that are nervous
usually touch the dog to calm
themselves," Ziffer said.
"It's interesting the stu-
dents will tell how Cyrus helps
them or say they want to see
Cyrus to feel better," said Joy
Wietor, a guidance counselor at
Cypress Elementary.
Ziffer said the program also
stresses the care that dogs
require and how people have
the same needs, and how to
treat living things with
respect. Pet overpopulation
also is addressed during the
club sessions.
Much of the literature that
the students read focuses on
Newfoundland dogs. Besides
intriguing the students with
heroes that are much like their
beloved reading dog, the stories
also teach the children about the
responsibilities of taking care of
such pets and the jobs that such
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One story the groups read
was "Hugger to the Rescue," a
true story about a heroic New-
foundland dog. Currently the
clubs are reading "Lewis and
Clark and Me" by Laurie Myers.
Myers will visit the school on
Nov. 14 during an expanded
program in which students will
dress as explorers and staff
members will play the parts of
Lewis, Clark and Sacagawea.
"Our hope is that all of this
will create an excitement and
interest in reading," Ziffer said.
And so far the program .
seems to be doing just that. At
least that's what the engaged
faces of the participating stu-
dents suggest.
"It's good to read together
with Cyrus because he listens
and learns stuff with us," said 9-
year-old Karyan Cotto. "It's real-
ly nice to be with him."
Spending time with Cyrus
also is used as incentive time as
the prospect of spending time
with Cyrus sets the children
apart and excites them. During
another day 6f the week, Cyrus
visits children with autism and


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emotionally handicapped stu-
dents.
In addition to reading, chil-
dren also draw pictures of
what they have read, write
stories and act.

The CARE program is in its
second year. While district
measurements of the program's
success are hazy, Wietor said
anecdotal information suggests
that children's reading skills are
improving. The district currently
measures the program's success
rate by comparing results of
reading tests given at the begin-
ning and the end of the year.
"We've had a run on books
about dogs at the library, and
we specifically ordered books
that relate to Cyrus for the book
fair," Wietor said. "We've also
seen an increase in verbal
expression from autistic kids."
In addition, 30 of 32 third-
graders at-risk bf being held
back were able to progress to
the fourth-grade last year.
Contact Deanna Sheffield
at 407-846-7600, Ext. 210. E-
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Local authorities
to help out
Local law enforcement offi-
cers were sent to South Florida
Thursday to provide relief
efforts in areas devastated by
Hurricane Wilma.
The Osceola County Sher-
iff's Office and the Kissimmee
Police Department sent 12
deputies and eight officers,
respectively, who will spend at
least a week to assist other law
enforcement agencies.
Deputies left for West Palm
Beach with marked patrol cars,
all terrain vehicles and genera-
tors. The team expected to stay
seven to 10 days, but will stay
longer if needed, Sheriff's
Office officials said.
Kissimmee police officers
were dispatched to the Miami
area for at least seven days to
assist with general hurricane
relief. Officers will also provide
security for Florida Power and
Light as it attempts to restore
electricity to the area.
Earlier in the week a team
of paramedics and emergency
medical technicians from both
the county and the city left for
Key West to help with medical
efforts.
And select teams from the
Kissimmee Utility Authority,
Progress Energy Florida and
the Orlando Utilities Commis-
sion, which power various
county areas, were also sent to
help restore electricity to Wilma
victims.
Flu shots
rescheduled
Get Healthy Florida and
the Osceola County Health
Department have rescheduled
the free flu shot event that
was postponed due to Hurri-
cane Wilma.
The free flu shot clinic will
take place on Wednesday, Nov.
2, at Osceola Heritage Park
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Vaccinations will be adminis-
tered on a first come, first serve
basis. A legal guardian must
accompany anyone under the
age of 18. Participants can
receive an appointment ticket
the day of the event in one of
the drive-through ticket lines.
: It is. vital that anyone who is
allergic to eggs, has had an


allergic reaction to the flu shot
in the past or has a history of
Guillain-Barre syndrome to
consult with their doctor before
getting a flu shot. Additionally,
residents should not get a flu
shot if they are running a fever.
For a list of free flu shot
event dates and locations, visit
www.gethealthyflorida.com
Funding announced
for med school
Florida Hospital and Orlan-
do Regional Healthcare, which
operate hospitals throughout
Central Florida including
Orange and Osceola County,
have given the University of
Central Florida a combined $2
million to support a proposed
medical school in Orlando.
The hospitals also commit-
ted to partnering with the med-
ical college to provide clinical
and office space, medical resi-
dencies and partial funding for
faculty salaries.
The university is currently
seeking state approval to estab-
lish the medical school. The
formal proposal.will be present-
ed to the state Board of Gover-
nors on Nov. 17.
UCF has so far raised $23.5
million to build the facility.
Traffic shifted
on U.S. 192
Westbound traffic on U.S.
Highway 192 has been shifted
onto a newly completed. road-
way from Super Target to
Medieval Times.
While the finished roadway
will eventually incorporate
three through lanes in both
directions, the interim configu-
ration will only allow for two
through lanes in each direction
from just east of State Road
535 to Medieval Times.
Eastbound lanes will be posi-
tioned against the curb while
westbound lanes will be posi-
tioned against the median,
allowing crews to complete
installation of sidewalks and
landscaping.
The contractor will focus on
building medians from State
Road 535 to the Shingle Creek
bridge and completing the
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Kissimmee to hold workshop in January on lakefront plans


By Brian McBride
News-Gazette Staff Writer
The city of Kissimmee will
hold a workshop in January to
begin soliciting public input for
future downtown lakefront
enhancements.
In the meantime, city staff will
begin working on ideas to offer
residents after the City Commis-
sion last week rejected the
Kissimmee Landing develop-
ment team's lakefront vision.


The city decided to wait until
January because the holidays
over the next two months could
make it a challenge to get a
good public turnout, city officials
said.
"We definitely want the pub-
lic's help," said Kissimmee City
Manager Mark Durbin.
Several city officials met
Wednesday afternoon for the
first time after commissioners on
Oct. 18 instructed staff to work


on preliminary lakefront plans.
Some early ideas tossed
around were building a prome-
nade somewhere between Ruby
Street and Monument Avenue
leading down to the lakefront,
with some sort of water feature
included, Durbin said.
During the workshop, resi-
dents might be asked to break
up into groups to brainstorm,
Durbin, said. Additional work-
shops will likely follow.


The city might also examine
expanding the boat marina on
Lake Tohopekaliga, but not to
the extent of early developer
proposals for 149 boat slips.
"This is not a pleasure cruise
lake, this is a bass fishing lake,"
Durbin said.
Gail Hamilton, Kissimmee
Community Redevelopment
Agency manager, said the first
proposal was doomed when res-
idents reacted very negatively


when they saw for the first time
the size of the projects proposed
by co-developers FaulknerUSA
of Austin, Texas, and Bob
Snow.
A public outcry ensued, as
residents blasted plans to build a
four-story condominium/ hotel
on the lakefront, saying the proj-
ect would reduce park green
space.
"It was their (developers')
vision, not the city's or the


CRA's," said Hamilton. "It just
didn't work."
The lakefront plan is part of
the CRA's 30-year downtown
redevelopment project. A pri-
mary goal in the plan is to link
the lakefront with Broadway to
create foot traffic between the
two.
"We want to create a lake-
front that will be a great destina-
tion for the community," Hamil-
ton said.


Police to be wary of sexual predators as trick-or-treaters hit the streets


By Brian McBride
News-Gazette Staff Writer
In step with some authorities
up north, local police plan to
curb registered sexual offenders
in Osceola County from any
Halloween wrongdoing while
area children hunt for sweets.
Kissimmee police are urging
sexual offenders and predators
on probation to turn off their
outdoor lights on Halloween,
encouraging youngsters trick-or-
treating to move on to the next
S-home.
"We'll be issuing a stern but
' friendly reminder to our sexual
predators that we will be out and
about to make sure no one is
enticing children to their home,"
said Kissimmee Police Officer
Ralph Herrera, department
spokesman.
Police will be keeping a close
eye on the Kissimmee addresses
where offenders are registered.
"Our patrol units will be
reminded to patrol those areas
intensely," Herrera said.
According to the Florida
Department of Law Enforce-
ment's Web site, there were
287 registered sexual offenders
and predators with Osceola
County addresses.
St. Cloud police will saturate
the roadways with bicycle patrol
units on Halloween to better
safeguard children, said Police
Chief Pat Kelly.


"It becomes a deterrent for
someone who might think
about doing something," Kelly
said. "It's just being a little
more visible."
St. Cloud officers conducted
a similar operation last year
because in theory, bike patrols
appear more approachable to
the public for assistance, police
officials said.
State monitoring of regis-
tered sex offenders was pushed
to the forefront in 2005 after
some tragic events, including the
death of 9-year-old Jessica
Lundsford.
Lundsford was kidnapped
from a Homosassa home by
convicted sex offender John
Evander Couey, who admitted
to sexually assaulting the girl in
March and then killing her.
Couey had left his registered
address to stay at his half-sister's
home, near the Lundsford
house, without authorities'
knowledge.
And in April, David Onstott
was arrested in the slaying of
Sarah Lunde, 13, of Tampa. A
convicted rapist, Onstott was
arrested and charged with failing
to register a month prior.
Some northern authorities
are taking alternative steps to
keep sexual offenders in check.
In New Jersey, the state
parole board recently sent a let-
ter to the 2,200 offenders it


supervises, saying they must be
indoors by 7 p.m. on Halloween
and cannot open the door when
youngsters knock, published
reports said.
And 45 registered sex
offenders -living in Westchester
County, N.Y., are being invited
to attend a four-hour evening
educational program Halloween
night at probation offices. Those
who do not attend will get a visit
at home by police and probation
officers, reports said.
Osceola probation officials
have no plans to mirror such
actions, said county spokesman
Don Madden. ,
The Osceola County Sheriff's
Office will be conducting routine
patrols on Monday, authorities
said.
Herrera urged parents to
check the FDLE's sexual offend-
er and predator Web site.
"We want parents to look
online and be aware of the reg-
istered sexual offenders that
reside along their children's
trick-or-treating routes," Herrera
said. "It's important that they be
proactive."
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say the area already has
enough lodging businesses and
are opposed to a project that
will add more rooms.
Despite pleas from lodging
interests, to stop the project,
the Osceola County Commis-
sion on Oct. 10 approved a
request by Minh C. Kieu, Mary
T. Mai Nguyen and Thu Le to
rezone seven acres from agri-
culture development and con-
servation to planned mixed
use. The site is east of Poin-
ciana Boulevard and south of
Four Winds Boulevard.


Mohamed Elafy, owner of
the Gator Motel at 4576 W.
U.S. Highway 192, told com-
missioners that he strongly
opposed the rezoning request.
Elafy said there are ap-
proximately 800 motel
rooms available along that
stretch of the highway.
"The competition is al-
ready high, and it's killing
us," he said. I
. The developers are planning
for approximately 13,600
square feet of restaurants,
offices and retail shops, up to
108 hotel suites and up to 42
timeshare units and related
amenities.
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the existing area."
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,past few years, businesses
along U.S, 192 have struggled
but that he did not see anything
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Section B


GAME ON!


Hockey squad


takes home ice


for the first time


By Ken Jackson
News-Gazette Staff Writer
What a long, strange
journey it's been for the
Florida Seals.
Tonight, over a year's
work of planning, feverish
construction and forma-
tion on-the-fly comes to an
end with the Seals wel-
come the Jacksonville Bar-
racudas for their Southern
Professional Hockey
League home debut. The
puck drops at the Silver
Spurs Arena, sporting its
brand-new ice sheet, at
7:35 p.m.
A healthy crowd is
expected, as the team
reported just under 4,000
tickets out for the game as
of noon Thursday. A walk-
up crowd of 1,500 would
give the Seals the biggest
home-opener crowd in the
league.
"5,378," recited Seals'
Director of Ticket Sales
Brad Hobbs Thursday,
noting the number needed
to surpass Fayetteville,
N.C.'s first game crowd.
Crews at the arena were
working around the clock
this week to have the
hockey rink ready for
tonight. On the heels of
the Silver Spurs Rodeo, all
the dirt had to be removed,
the nni -: s underpadding


installed and 24 hours of
running water sent flowing
onto the floor, which
would freeze thanks to
massive coolers and an ice
plant that were installed
before the rodeo.
By Thursday afternoon,
the glass, nets, bleachers
and most of the rink-side
risers were in place. The
arena was beginning to
take shape for Osceola
County's first professional.
hockey game.
"It's exciting. It's just
about here but there's still
so much to do," said an
antsy Seals' General Man-
ager Chris LiPuma on
Thursday.
Game time Saturday
will likely be the first time
the team skates its home
ice. The Seals opened the
season last weekend on
the road with matching 5-
1 losses at Knoxville and
Jacksonville. The team
played at the Pee Dee (Flo-
rence, S.C.) Cyclones& on
Friday night; tonight's
game is the Seals' fourth in
a team's home-opener.
The team has been
practicing at the Space
Coast Ice Plex in Rock-
ledge, nearly an hour away
from Kissimmee.
"It's a 100-mile trip,"
said Coach Tommy Stew-


News-Gazette Photo/Sam Roberts
Luke Wilson, center, sprays the ice surface at the Silver Spurs Arena
Friday morning in preparation for the Florida Seals home opener
tonight at 7:35 against the Jacksonville Barracudas.


art. "It hasn't been an ideal
situation but the guys have
been doing what they've
got to do."
Stewart said the travel
'and not finding an oppo-
nent for a pre-season exhi-
bition game put the Seals a
little behind the rest of the
league right from the start
of the season.
"We've. been on the
road' for last month, so
we're really looking for-
ward to being five minutes
from our home ice," he
said. "The slow start was
to be expected, but I'd
rather start slow than finish
slow."
Center John Gurkis
scored the first goal of the
season in the opening loss


against Knoxville. He is on
the Seals' top scoring line
with captain Steve Zoryk
and Ryan Baker. Coach
Stewart's two other for-
ward lines include Ryan
Rivard, David Deeves and
Craig Miller and Domnriick
Dawe, Justin Kaput and
Justin Wise. Andrew
,Katzburg, another forward
and team enforcer, plays
on whatever is on the ice
when he isn't in the penal-
ty box. The "designated
fighter" racked up 52
penalty minutes in the first
two games.
The defensive pairings
. are Trevor Hammer and
Art Mnatsakanov, Lawne
Snyder and Billy Rochefort
and Craig Geerlinks and


Nick Cammarata, who
scored the goal in the
Jacksonville game.
Stewart said that by
face-off tonight the team
should have enough time
together to be a cohesive
unit.
"I'm not worried about
the slow start on offense,
these guys have been with
me for a while and I know
what they can do and what
to expect," he said.
"We've worked on tighten-
ing our defensive zone cov-
erage."
Tonight's game begins
a seven-game home
stretch.- The next home
game is Friday at 7:30
p.m. against the Knoxville
Ice Bears.


District cross


S,. .. country today


News-Gazette Photo/Sam Roberts
Osceola High's Tim Eggars competed at the recent Poinciana Invitatiion-
al cross country meet. District meets will be held today at St. Cloud and
Gateway.


Kowboys

.no match

for No. 1

'Naughts

By Rick Pewdone S
News-Gazette Staff Writer


Osceola's chances of
beating Lakeland Thursday
were slim and none, and as
the saying goes, slim left
town.
The Dreadnaughts, No.
1 in Class 5A and in USA
Today's national prep poll,
clinched the 5A-8 champi-
onship with a 56-0 win at
Bryant Stadium in a game
televised nationally by FSN
Sports.
Kowboys Coach Jim Sci-
ble said that the 2005 Dread-
naughts are, hands down, the
best high school football team
he has ever seen.
See Kowboys, page B-2


By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer
County cross country
runners will gather at Gate-
way and. St. Cloud this
morning for district meets.
Gateway will host the
4A District 3 meet begin-_
ning with the girls race at 9
a.m. The boys follow at
9:30.
Joining the Panthers are
Poinciana,. Osceola, Bay-
side, Port Si. Lucie, Eau
Gallie, Ft. Pierce Central,
Lakeland, Melbourne, Palm
Bay, Port, St. Lucie and
Vero Beach.
St. Cloud hosts the 3A-7
meet starting at 9:30 with
the girls and 10:15 for the
boys. Celebration's Sean
Blaney will be one of the


Osceola's Pat Lambert (left) drags down a Lakeland Jenkins receiver
during their district contest earlier in the season at Kowboys Field.
Osceola won that game, 7-3, but it was a different story Thursday
when the Kowboys were bopped by Lakeland, 56-0.


favorites to win the boys
.:race. Also competing at St.
'Cloud will be Satellite, Oak
Ridge, Sebastian, Okee-
chobee, Titusville, Lake
Howell, 'Mainland, Merritt
Island, New Smyrna Beach,.
Seabreeze, South Fork,
Rockledge and Ft. Pierce
Westwood.
Harmony travels to
Titusville's Jackson Middle
School for the 2A-4 dis-
trict beginning at 9 a.mT.
The Longhorns will. join.
Astronaut, Bishop Moore,
Cocoa, Cocoa Beach,,
Eustis, Jones, Hagerty,
Lake Highland Prep, Mt.
Dora, South Lake,
Tavares, Space Coast,
Florida Air, West Shore
and Cocoa Beach.

Storm

volleyball

falls in

regional

By Ken Jackson
News-Gazette Staff Writer
The volleyball season
ended for Celebration in
the Class 4A-2 regional
quarterfinal on Wednesday.
Once the match, de-
layed a day thanks to Hur-
ricane Wilma, started, the
Hudson Cobras (23-5)
downed the Storm, 25-18,
25-23, 25-15.: Hudson
eliminated Celebration last
year in the regional semifi-
nals. The Cobras move on
to play St. Augustine in
today's semifinals.
The Storm trailed early
in each game but clawed
back in the second to
See Storm, page B-2


and 49'ers are awful. But Bucs turn to
backup QB also, who has a great name:
Phil Simms' Son. Bucs by 6.
Philadelphia at Denver (-3): Was the
Eagles' season saved by the kick block
unit? You betcha! Green Birds by 6.
Buffalo at New England (-8): Return
See Column, page B-2


October 29, 2005



Want to be


scared silly?


Read this

Ken Jackson
Sports Writer
kjackson@
osceolanewsgazette.com


Random thoughts brought on by a
Nyquil-induced state from under a
.warm, fuzzy blanket in the comfy, tan
recliner ...
Which is crazier, that we just got hit
by the 'W' storm, or that th-e navme
Wilma will probably be retired?
Week in review: hurricane on Mon-
day, .cold front on Tuesday. And qs
Northerners in the sports department
lobbied hard for flurries on Thursday.
We've already confirmed ice for tonight
(on the floor of the Silver Spurs for the
Florida Seals, that is) ...
The NBA tips-off this week. I don't
mean to be the guy who untethers the
anticipation about the league and your
Orlando Magic, but thus far I've heard.
more players complaining about their
Dockers than their defense.
Grant Hill is headed for sports hernia
surgery next week in Philadelphia. (If the
doc does a good job, Grant should refer
him to Donovan McNabb and get him
some repeat business.)
It gets better. The Magic .played
Memphis Monday in a pre-season
game. They scored a whole 67, points.
They won ...
... Orlando Palmeiro was safe in the
ninth inning XV~d .d:-.' night. At least I
thought so. Or maybe I was still a lil
droopy in the eyelids after going the dis-
tance in the 14-inning marathon. the
night before.
Hey, when I heard that the game was
getting close to the longest World Series
game in history, I felt I had a duty to
stick it out until the bitter end, and in
turn earn the respect of baseball fans.
And th- la.ghtei .ot football tans
Spe-kiri, .:1' h are'ss ~ .n Quote ofl the
We .L. pr:i.id..-_ b.. CBS's Randyri Cross.
During the B-eng-ls-St;elers game, the
network posted this poll: 2:00 left,
down 21-17. t',hlch quarterback do
you want leading o.',,ur team?
Names lik.: Biady, Manning, McN-
abb, Vick, Culpepper were on the list.
To which Cross said, "If you pick any-
one other thanTom Brady then you're
smoking -rmethinrg. and you need to
.change brands." (That's.just classic )
On that note, neither the guys from
New England or Marlboro could crack
this week's News-Gazette Top 13:
1. USC (by a margin of .0,006). 2.
The Colts. 3. U. of Texas. 4. The World
"Champion Chicago White Sox. 5. The
5-1 Bucs. 6. The 4-2 Jags. 7. Va. Tech.
8. Friday's high temperature:- 72. 9.
Game-winning home runs. 10. Game-
'winning field goals. 11. Game-winning
TOUCHDOWNS! 12, Gane-wwinning
blocked field goals returned for touch-
do':.', n. 13. Hot chocolate.
Oh, snap, almost forgot it's Hal-
loween weekend ... um, okay ... 13a.
Jack-o-Lanterns, candy corn, fun-size
Milky Ways, getting the bejeezus scared
out of you, and all that good stuff.
And speaking of spooky and scary,
right on cue here are the football picks:
Florida (-4)-Georgia in the J-A-X:
Hard to put faith in 'Dawgs b-ckup QB,
a guy named Tereshinski. With a name'
like that, he should be playing kel't wing
for the Seals. Gators by 3.
S. UCF af East Carolina (-2 1/2): Don't
liking picking my alma mater in a road
conference game, but G-Knights by 8.
North Carolina at Miami (-20): Moved
to noon because of light issues at the
"Orange Bowl. This would look better
played in the dark. 'Canes by 28.
Oklahoma at Nebraska (-1): Remem-
ber when this was a cancel-my-plans,
hold-my-calls event? Now it's not even
on network TV. Huskers by 3.
The paid professionals:
Miami at Baton Rouge Saints (-2):
The hurricane nomads clash.
Louisianans by 7.
Jacksonville at St. Louis (OFF): Jags
can gain ground on Indy in the Dome
against Rams' backup QB who has the
boring name Jamie Martin. Jags by 3.
Tampa Bay (-11) at San Francisco:
Whoa, how's about a freaky time warp
here! Bucs have best record in the NFC,


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Page B2, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, October 29, 2005


Kowboys-
Continued from page B-1
"The reason I say that is
that defense is so quick and
strong, you just can't do any-
thing against it," he said.
"Edgewater has those two
great receivers, but we were
able to get outside on them
and do a few things. Against
Lakeland, we couldn't do any-
thing. It was a totally different
class."
The Dreadnaughts scored
off three Kowboys turnovers
during a first half that saw
Lakeland lead, 49-0. The
Dreadnaughts out-gained the
Kowboys 273-11 during the
first 24 minutes.
Lakeland Coach Bill Castle
played his substitutes in the
second half.
"I told the kids at halftime
not to -worry about it, to go
out and have fun., We had a
bunch of plays, but they
weren't working. We just
didn't have enough bullets for
a fight like that," said Scible.
"We were pretty good in '98
(Osceola's 5A state champi-
onship team), but we never
had the kind of speed Lake-
land has. You just can't get
outside on them.They are
going through a great period
right now in that area."
Osceola sophomore line-
backe'r Charlie Burgess left
the game with an ankle injury.
Scible said he is not sure if
Burgess will return for the
Kowboys' season finale next
Friday against St. Cloud.
Osceola, 2-7 and 1-2, will
try to avoid its worst record
since 1987 (2-8) when it hosts
the Bulldogs at 7:30 p.m.


Column -
Continued from page B-I
of Tedy Bruschi lifts spirits of
floundering champs. Not to
mention they got that Brady
guy. Patriots by 10.
Baltimore at Pittsburgh (-
10): Halloween night of hor-
rors. Ravens are corpse-ugly
on offense. And Pittsburgh
wears black. Steelers by 13.
Rick Pedone, who bought
his Halloween candy in bulk,
says: Broncs by 3.
Brian "Super Sniffer"
McBride chimed in with Jawja
by 3 and Broncos by 4.
Pete "SuperGator" Covi-
no, asked for comment on
The Cocktail Party, said, "I'm
afraid."
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PHS jamboree
Poinciana High will host
soccer jamborees Monday
and Wednesday on campus.
Monday at 5 p.m. Florida
Air and Colonial will meet,
followed at 7 by Haines City
and Poinciana.
Wednesday at 4:30 the
Poinciana and Celebration
girls will play, followed at
6:30 by Poinciana and Flori-
da Air and at 7.:30 by Colo-
nial and Haines City.
Strickland tourney
The Second Annual Captain
Tony Strickland Memorial Bass
Tournament will be held Nov. 6
at West Lake Toho's Kissim-
mee Park Boat Ramp.
The open team competi-

Storm
Continued from page B-I1
make the match momentari-
ly interesting.
"We didn't play to what I
know we're capable of," said
Storm Coach Christina Dell.
"Hudson had an incredible
defense. But, it's hard to end
such a good season like that,.
knowing we're capable of so
much more. But, I'm proud
of what they accomplished
this year."
Due to the power outages
caused by Wilma, matches
scheduled for South Florida
have been postponed. South-
land Christian's (17-5, District
A-11 runner-up) match at
Lake Worth Trinity Christian
is among them and no
timetable has been set for it to
be played.


tion has a $100 entry fee
with a $1,000 guaranteed
first prize.
For information and to
print an entry form visit
www.teensportfishingassocia-
tion.com.
Upward basketball
The Upward basketball and
cheerleading program at C6r-
nerstone Church in St. Cloud
will hold final basketball prac-
tice Nov. 3 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Coaches' training will be held
Nov. 10 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Basketball players age K-6
and cheerleaders age 4 to 6th
grade are eligible.
Alumni softball
Osceola High will hold an
Alumni Softball Game Dec.
17 at Lady Kowboy field for
former players and coaches.
Register by Dec. 1 at
www.ohs.osceola.kl2.fl.us
Call 407-301-4372 or 407-
709-8554.
Coaches needed
The Kissimmee recre-
ation department seeks vol-
unteer Youth Basketball
coaches for the, upcoming
season which begins in
November. Training is pro-
vided. Background check
and drug testing is mandato-
ry. For information contact
Kasey at 407-518-2504.
Hoops clinic
The Kissimmee recreation
department is holding a bas-
ketball skills clinic Oct. 29 at
the Denn John Middle School
gym for ages 7-15.
Times are 9 fo 10:30 (ages
7-9), 10:30 to noon (ages 10-
11), 1 to 2:30 (age 12-13)


and 2:30 to 4 (age 14-15).
For information call Kasey
Lloyd at 407-518-2504.
Youth hoops
The Kissimmee recreation
department is holding regis-
tration for its youth basketball
program for kids ages 7-17
through Nov. 11 at the City
Hall third-floor office. Regis-
tration will also be held at the
Denn John Middle School
gym Oct. 29 from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. Call Kasey Lloyd at
407-518-2504.
Soccer lessons
Professional soccer lessons
for boys and girls ages 8-18
by Coach Hector, a former
professional player and coach
from Argentina, the 2004
Olympic gold medal winner.
There currently .are openings
for forwards, strikers and goal
keepers. Experienced goal
keepers age 13 are needed.
Call 933-2615.
Walk 'N Sticks
The Walk 'N Sticks Golf
Ladies League is held Tues-
day mornings beginning at 8.
Ladies of all ages and handi-
caps are welcome to partici-
pate. For information call
407-498-0110.
YMCA hoops
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for winter basketball for chil-
dren ages 3-17. The season
runs Dec. 3 to Feb. 4. The
fee is $45 for members, $90
for non-members. Registra-
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Hobbies,

games

Osceola duplicate bridge
Overall results from Oct. 21: Glen Harmer
and Lora Lackey, first; Marilyn Czarnecki and
Gordy Czarnecki, second; Ruth Clark and
Barbara Wald, third; Jeanette Coleman and
Jbanne Hahn, fourth; Jim Hume and Art
S Jffe, fifth; Richard Wydro and Pete Lenhart,
sixth; Val Oberaitis and Allis Scott, seventh;
Ona Barfield and Rlita Fernandez, eighth;
Sophie Radosevich and Mary Barnes, ninth;
*Gen Jones and Paul Jones, 10th; Rachel Eney
and Helen Beardsley, 11th.
The Osceola Duplicate Bridge Club meets
Firidays at 11 a.m. at the Kissimmee Woman's
Club, 1616 Oak St. Director Geoff Jones,
407-277-6416.
i Mah jongg
SKissimmee Oct. 19: Sophia Anders, first;
-Evelyn LeClaire, second. For information on,
the Kissimmee Parks and Recreation mah
S jong games call Pat at 407-933-7223.
St. Cloud Sept. 27: John D'Amico, first;
Harry Newcomer and Bonnie Gearhart, tied
for second; Marie D'Amico, third. Oct. 8:
Tom Gearhart, first; Katie Morrow, second;
Madeline Newcomer, third; Bonnie Gearhart,
fourth. Oct. 11: Lola Owens, first; Madeline
Newcomer, second; Sharon Hawthorne, third;
John D'Amico, fourth. Oct. 15: Lola Owens,
firstrs; Pat Key, seocnd; Tom Gearhart, third.
r,' _dct.'18: Sharon Hawthorne, first; Marie
Fiske, second; John D'Amico, third; Harry
Newcomer, fourth. Oct. 22: Tom Gearhart,
first; Bonnie Gearhart, second; Katie Morrow,
third; Cynthia Frankson, fourth; Madeline
Newcomer, fifth. For information on. the St.
Cloud Shuffleboard Club mah jongg games
call Louise at 407-957-8733..
St. Cloud games
Cribbage Oct. 20: Serene Gamache, first;
Audrey Anderson, second; Gail Keith, third;
Pat Keith, fourth.
Euchre Oct. 21: Alan Yost, first; Helen
Wycoff, second; Cathy Code, third..
Pinochle Oct. 14: Jane Weeks, first; Char-
lotte Steadman, second; Bobbie Clements,
third. Oct. 15: Bobbie Clements, first; Dick
Word, second; Charlotte Steadman, third.
Oct. 19:'Jane Word,-first; Bobbie Clements,
second; Fern Campbell, third;' Louie Stead--
man,, fourth. .
Card games are held at the St. Cloud Shuf-
fleboard Club, 7th Street and Ohio Avenue.
Scheduled are: duplicate bridge, Monday,'
6:30 p.m.; euchre, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.;
pinochle, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday,
6:30 p.m.; cribbage, Thursday, 6:30 p.m. For
more information call Charlotte at 407-498-
0455 or Bobby at 407-892-2749. For infor-
mation on the St. Cloud Shuffleboard Club'
games call Louise at 407-957-8733.
KAST Club
Games are'held on the following schedule:
Shuffleboard Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day at 1:30 p.m.; dominoes and euchre Mon-
days 7 p.m.; pinochle Wednesdays at 6:30
p.m.; 5-card pinochle Fridays at 7 p.m. The
KAST Club is located at 322 E. Monument
Ave., Kissimmee. For information on activities
call 407-892-2817 or 407-348-6368.
Model railroads
The Kissimmee-St. -Cloud Model Railroad
Engineers Club meets every Wednesday at 7
p.m. at 34 Brown Chapel Road, St. Cloud.
Visitors welcome. For more information, call
Bob Fisk at 407-892-2616 or Peter Craig Jr.
at 407-892-1413.
Cribbage class
A free cribbage class is offered by the
Kissimmee Parks and Recreation Department
every Friday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Oak
Street Park, 717 N. Palm Ave., Kissimmee.
For details call 407-847-2388.
Quilt Guild
S A quilting group meets the second Monday
S"f each month from 9 a.m. to noon at the
Kissimmee Community House, 300 E. Monu-
ment Ave. Quilters of all skill levels are wel-
come. For more information visit www.quil-
tersatheart.com/.
Corvette club *
Tri-County Corvette Club meets the second
Wednesday of every month at Coggins
Chevrolet in Kissimmee at 7 p.m. Free mem-
bership to Corvette owners. For details call
Steve Jones at 407-509-0662 or e-mail yel-
vettelovrl@aol.com.

S Sunset R/C Inc.
The Sunset R/C (model airplanes) welcome
interested people to visit the St. Cloud flying
facility, off Budinger Road near the landfill.
Club members are on site from 9 a.m. to
noon Wednesday and Saturday. Call Doug
Calaway at 321-624-1081.


Masons provide free child IDs


Photo/Special to the News-Gazette
Members of Orange Blossom and St. Cloud Masonic Lodges recently
videotaped children at Wal-mart on Osceola Parkway. The purpose of
the videotapes is to help law enforcement agencies in the recovery of lost
or missing children. The videotapes are free and are given to the chil-
dren's parents to take home. They include the child's birth date, height,
the way the child walks, facial close-ups and a voice profile. For details
on the ID program call Johnny Brock in Kissimmee at 321-624-2682 or
Michael Hemphill in St. Cloud at 321-624-0633.


Plant clinic
The Osceola County Master Gardeners
conduct a free plant clinic at the Extension
Services building in Osceola Heritage Park
Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2'
p.m. A staff member is available when Mas-
ter Gardeners are off duty. People can take
their plant problems, either disease or insect,
for identification and advice. See the latest
plants available in their landscape and veg-
etable gardens. For more information call
321-697-3000.
Antique car club
For meeting location or other information
about the Central Florida Antique Car Club, a
division of the national AACA, call Ralph
Brueggeman, president, 863-424-1872; or
Jean Leonardy, secoetaiy, 407-846-7713.
Mid-Fla. Corvette
The Mid-Florida Corvette Club meets at 7
p.m. the first Tuesday of each month at Holi-
day Chevrolet, 1001 E. U.S. Highway 192.
Member of NCCC. For more informatiori call
Chuck Deal at 407-498-4923 or e-mail
chuckcdeal@aol.com.
Osceola Rodders
The Osceola Rodders meet at 7 p.m. the
first Wednesday of each month. For the meet-
ing location or any other information call
Becky at 407-892-1203.
Corvair Club
The G.O. Vairs Corvair Club holds monthly
meetings. For more information contact Titus
Stewart at 407-892-5999.
Play Scrabble
Scrabble games are held every Monday at 9
a.m. at the Poinciana Community Center. All
levels of players invited. For more information
call 863-427-1782.
Thursday Night Quilters
The Thursday Night Quilters meet at 6:30
p.m. at the First Baptist Church, Building D,
in St. Cloud. All quilters or would-be quilters
are invited to join the group. Call 407-892-
2685 or 407-892-5775.
Fishing club
The St. Cloud BassCasters Fishing Club
meets the first Thursday .of the month at Fat
Boys restaurant on U.S. Highway 192 in St.
Cloud. Tournaments are-held the following
Saturday. Boaters and non-boaters welcome.
Call The Fishing Pad II, 407-891-1003, or
Marc McKenzie, 407-891-7368. .
Cruise-In
Members of the St. Cloud Thursday Night
Cruise-In meet every Thursday from 5 to 8
p.m. at the St. Cloud Wal-Mart, U.S. Highway
192 and Brown Chapel Road. For details call
407-957-6869.
Osceola Riders'
The general membership meeting of the
Osceola Riders motorcycle enthusiast group is
held the second Sunday of each month at 1
p.m. Call Mike at 943-3686 for directions.
Latin Touch Car Club
Meets every Saturday at 7 p.m. at 3040 W.
Vine St., Chevron For more information call
J.R. Ramos, president, at 407-348-2234 or
Tito Garcia, vice president, at 407-931-8587.


Car club
The Solo Pa Mi Gente Car Club meets Sat-
urdays at 8 p.m. at 1707 W. Vine St. For
more information call Jesus "Gee" Rivera at
931-2061 or Tito Nieves at 407-944-0181.
Repeater assoc.
The Osceola County Repeater Association
holds meetings the second Wednesday of each
month at 7:30 p.m. at 2907 17th St., St. Cloud.
The net is held every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. on
146.790 mhz.
For preregistration for testing call Rodney
at 407-892-1898. For more club information
call Larry at 407-892-2774.
Patchers quilters
The Patchers of Time quilting guild meets
at the Osceola Ceniter for the Arts, 2411 E.
Bronson Highway, the second Monday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. Visitors welcome.
Call 407-892-5775.
Dog fanciers
Kaliga Dog Fancier's Association meets the
first Thursday of each month at ORMC Hospital,
St. Cloud, conference room B at 7:30 p.m. The
group is for anyone interested in showing dogs,
obedience, agility training and all dog lovers.
For more information contact Mary Lou
Stumpf, president, 407-957-1837.
Stamp club
The Osceola Stamp Club meets the first and
third Wednesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at
the Senior Center, 109.9 Shady Lane. Evening
meetings are at 7 p.m. the fourth Wednesday of
each month at the center. Holds auctions at the
first Wednesday meeting of each month.

Military

DAV
DAV Chapter 148 and the Auxiliary meet
the second Sunday of the month at 2:30 p.m.
at 21 E. Keen St., Kissimmee. The lounge is.
open every day of the week beginning at 11
a.m. A deputy service officer is at the DAV
every other Friday.
Call the chapter home at 407-846-4141
for special events.
Purple Heart chapter
An Osceola chapter of the Military Order of
the Purple Heart is being organized. If.you
were awarded the Purple Heart and are inter-
ested in chartering a chapter in Osceola
County contact Jon at 321-284-7613 or
Cowboy at 407-460-1195
Marine Corps League
Marine Corps League September 11th
Detachment meets the first Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at DAV Chapter 148, 21 E.
Keen St., Kissimmee. For more information
call Tony Pella, 407-346-6968.
American Legion Post 10
American Legion Post 10, 200 Lakeshore
Blvd., Kissimmee, holds general membership
and auxiliary meetings at 7 p.m. the fourth
Wednesday of each month. The Sons of the
American Legion meetings are held the third
Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m.
Friday bingo and seafood dinner for members
and guests is at 5:30 p.m. Saturday dinners are at
6 p.m. and dance music is at 8 p.m. Sunday
bingo for members and guests is at 4 p.m. Mon-


day's ladies pool tournament is at 7 p.m. For
more information call 847-4193.
American Legion Post 80
St. Cloud American Legion Post No. 80,
1019 Pennsylvania Ave., holds meetings at 7
p.m. the second Thursday of each month;
auxiliary meetings are at 7 p.m. the first
Thursday of each month; and the Sons of
American Legion meetings are at 6:30 p.m.
the second Monday of each month.
The Post holds karaoke, hosted by Jerry
Cox, on Wednesdays from 7 to 11 p.m. This
is also "Steak Night" sponsored by the Sons
of American Legion from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Post has dinners every Friday from 5 p.m.
to 8 p.m., with entertainment beginning at 7
p.m. The Post has Sunday breakfast from 8 a.m.
to 11:30 a.m. with a buffet and a full menu.The
public is invited. Bingo for members and guests is
on Saturday at 7 p.m. Karaoke with Jerry Cox
every Saturday at 8 p.m. Call the post at 407-
892-8808 for more information.
VFW Post 4225
Members of VFW Post 4225, 504 S. Ran-
dolph St., Kissimmee, meet at 7 p.m. the first
and third Wednesday.of each month. The house
committee meets at 7 p.m. on the Monday pre-
ceding the meeting. The Ladies Auxiliary meets
the third Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m.
Membership appreciation day on Tuesdays
features reduced prices in the lounge all day.
Snacks are available. Darts every Thursday at
7 p.m.
Dinners are served Saturdays from 5 to 7
p.m. and are open to the. public. Call 407-
847-7855 for dinner menu, scheduled enter-
tainment and special events
The auxiliary accepts used eye glasses for
reconditioning for those in need. The post also
collects canceled postage stamps and Campbell
soup labels for local school activities. Donations
may be dropped off at the Post.
The Tribute
The Veterans Tribute and Museum of
Osceola County has been established at the
Osceola Square Mall in what was the Morri-
son's cafeteria storefront. Items of military
memorabilia are on display both as a tribute to
veterans of all U.S. wars and to inform stu-
dents of our country's history. Free. Volun-
teers are needed to staff the exhibit during the
hours it is open. For more information call
Jim Kervin at 407-922-9482.
Attn: World War II vets
Anyone who served the United States in
World War II and was stationed in Miami Beach
during training or for any other assignments is
.being asked to contact the Miami Beach World
War II Veterans Memorial at Judith S. Berson,
c/o The Edison Hotel, 960 Ocean Drive, Miami
Beach, FL 33139-5013, and give their remem-
brances of Miami Beach in wartime.
A book is being compiled of World War II
veterans' memories. Questionnaires will be
sent to veterans to give their memories and
qualifications. This is an outgrowth of the vet-
erans reunions held in Miami Beach from
1999 to 2003.
Seabee vets
Navy Seabee Veterans of America,
Island X-4 meets the third Saturday of the
month at 11 a.m. at the Golden Corral
Restaurant, 7251 W. Colonial Drive,
Orlando. Wives welcome. For details call
Harold Beal, 407-277-0007.
Navy Seabee Veterans of America, Island
X-2, meets the second Saturday of the month
at Ryans Steak House, Route 33 N. Lakeland.
Ladies welcome. For details call J.W. Miller,
island secretary, at 933-7573.
Vets affairs office
The Osceola County Veterans Office, 108
Park Place Blvd., Kissimmee, provides assistance
in applying for,all Veterans Administration bene-
fits including disability compensation/pension,
widow's benefits, burial benefits, application for
headstone, home loan certificates, VA/GI insur-
ance and requests for duplicate documents. A
Spanish-speaking counselor is available. For an
appointment call 407-870-2019.
Fleet Reserve Assoc.
The Delbert D. Black Branch 117 of the Fleet
Reserve Association meets the second Thursday
of each month at 7 p.m. at the VFW 4287,
3500 S. Goldenrod Road, Orlando. Any retired
Navy, Marine Corps or Coast Guard personnel
are eligible for membership as well as personnel
currently on active duty. For more information
call Shipmate President Jim Middlekauff at 407-
273-6175 or Shipmate Vice President Anthony
Cassata at 407-275-7791.
Korean War vets
The Korean War Veterans Association of
Osceola County meets at VFW Post 3227, 915
New York Ave., St. Cloud, the third Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. All military veterans who
served honorably in the U.S. armed forces during
the Korean War period are eligible for member-
ship. For more information call David L. Conboy
at 407-892-7409.
See Events, page B-4


To publicize a non-profit event or
meeting, submit in writing a notice
to the newspaper's office in Kissim-
mee at 108 Church St. or 1109 10th
St. in St. Cloud. Or, mail it to the
newspaper at P.O Box 422068,
Kissimmee, FL 34742. The newspa-


Spread the word in the Osceola News-Gazette


per's fax number of 407-933-6856.
E-mail events to bolson@osceola
newsgazette.com/.
Deadlines are 5 p.m. Monday for
Thursday's paper and 5 p.m. Wednes-


day for Saturday's paper.
Those categories of community
events listed in Thursday's paper will
be: activities, benefits, bingo, civic
groups, classes and for, about kids.


Those categories of events listed in Sat-
urday's paper will be: health, hob-
bies/games, military, miscellaneous,
recreation, religion and thrift stores. For
more information on community events,
contact news assistant Barbara Olson
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Events
Continued from page B-3


Vietnam vets
The Vietnam Veterans of
Osceola County and Associates
meet at the DAV Chapter 148,
21 E. Keen St., Kissimmee, the
second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. Eligibility: Viet-
nam and Vietnam-era veterans
who served on active duty in
the U.S. military, for other than
training, between Feb. 28,
1961, and May 7, 1975, in
country, or between Aug. 5,
1964, and May 7, 1975, for
Vietnam-era veterans. Associ-
ates membership is open to all
who believe in what the Viet-
nam Veterans of America rep-
resents. Meetings are open to
the public.
Call Jim Kervin at 407-
846-7278 or Tony Cianciot-
ta, 407-957-1400.
VFW Post 3227
VFW Post 3227, 915 New
York Ave., St. Cloud, meets the
first and third Thursday of the
month at 7:30 p.m. The ladies
auxiliary meets the second
Thursday of the month at 7:30
p.m. Karaoke for members and
their guests is every Saturday at-
7 p.m. Call 407-892-6761.
The post and ladies auxil-
iary are collecting canned
and dry goods throughout
the year for the St. Cloud
Community Pantry. Contri-
butions may be dropped off
at the post.
Veterans council
The Osceola County Veter-
ans Council performs free mili-
tary funerals for all honorably
discharged veterans. More vet-
erans.-are needed to volunteer
to help with the funerals. The
council also provides financial
assistance and consultation to
needy families and veterans and
their families. To volunteer and
for more information call Dave
Conboy at 407-892-7409.
Union vets
Sons of the Union Veterans
of the Civil War welcome
descendants, historians and
interested parties to attend
meetings of the S.U.V.C.W.
Lucius L. Mitchell Camp No. 4
at.the St. Cloud Senior Center
Annex Building, 701 Indiana
Ave., St. Cloud. Meetings are
scheduled for Sept. 3 at 5 p.m.
and Nov. 5 at 1 p.m. (Verify
before each meeting.)
For details call Clair (Skip)
Whitlam at 407-957-9587 or
visit http://tealah.com/
Camp4.html
The group seeks to keep
the country's patriotic history
alive. Its goal is to attend all
major functions related to
American heritage. To join


the group or for more infor-
mation call Ron Criswell at
407-892-8268.
Confederate sons
Descendants of those with
Confederate ancestors, South-
em heritage and other interest-
ed folks are invited to join the
Jacob Summerlin Camp 1516
of the Sons of Confederate Vet-
erans. Meetings include guest
speakers, video presentations,
discussions on War Between
the States history and present
day issues. Meetings held the
second Monday of each month
at Fat Boys in St. Cloud. Fel-
lowship supper 6 p.m., meet-
ings 7 p.m. Call the camp hot-
line at 407-931-7003. Online
www. florida-scv. org/
camp1516
Women veterans/
sea services
The local unit, Orange Blos-
som Unit No. 69, is an organi-
zation of women veterans and
active duty personnel of all
seagoing services, including
Navy, Coast Guard, Marines,
Yeoman F of World War I and
Navy nurses of any era.
Under the WAVES National
designation, Unit 69 includes all
in the Kissimmee/Orlando area
and meets at 11 a.m. the sec-
ond Saturday of each month at
Westminster Towers. For infor-
mation call Susan Acosta, presi-
dent, at 407-240-6124 or Teri,
secretary, at 407-348-4313.

Other

Free Harvest Jam
A free Harvest Jam will be
held Saturday, Oct. 29, from
4 to 9:30 p.m. at Faith
Assembly of God, 1406 East-
ern Ave., St. Cloud
Included in the Jam will be
a gospel concert and carnival.
Fall festival
The Osceola branch of the
NAACP will present a fall fes-
tival Saturday, Oct. 29,
beginning at 4 p.m. at the
Osceola County Council on
Aging, 1099 Shady Lane. It
will be held in the multipur-
pose room. Dinner will be
served. Admission is free, and
dress is casual.
Due to limited space, chil-
dren under 12 cannot be
accommodated. Admittance
will be on a first come first
served basis.
Boutique & tea
A boutique sale and tea
will be held Saturday, Nov. 5,
(rescheduled from Oct. 22
due to Hurricane Wilma) from


11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the
Presbyterian Church, 15
Church St., Kissimmee. It will
include handmade crafts, art,
a bake sale, sandwiches,
refreshments and soup.
Sponsored by the Presbyter-
ian Women in support of mis-
sions at home and abroad.
Hot Cocoa
The Woman's Club of St
Cloud is sponsoring a benefit
for the St Cloud Heritage
Museum, a Sunday afternoon
of music by Hot Cocoa, a
group of four women per-
forming swing and jazz num-
bers of the '40s, '50s and
'60s reminiscent of the
Andrew Sisters.
The performance will be
Sunday, Nov. 6, at 3 p.m. in
the Woman's Club building,
1014 Massachusetts Ave.,
St. Cloud.
Tickets may be obtained at
the St Cloud Heritage Muse-
um Thursday and Friday from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sun-
day from 1 to 4 p.m. or call
407-892-5470.
All proceeds fromr the per-
formance will benefit. the St
Cloud Heritage Museum.
Elvis show
The Sons of Italy 2523 will
present an Elvis show, a cham-
pagne luncheon and fashion
show Sunday, Nov. 13, begin-
ning at 1 p.m. The event will be
held at the Elks Lodge on Kings
Highway in Kissimmee.
The Elvis show will feature
Vince Grosso, and men's and
women's fashions will be pre-
sented by Bealls. Tickets are
$15; for more information
and tickets call 407-892-
4266 or 407-892-5915. Pro-
ceeds will benefit Alzheimer's.
Fall-holiday bazaar
Holy Redeemer Catholic
Church will hold its annual fall-
holiday bazaar Saturday, Nov.
19, from 8 a.m.. to 2 p.m. in
the church social hall, 1603 N.
Thacker Ave., Kissimmee.
The bazaar will include
white elephant items, books
and videos, religious items,
plants, a bake sale, silent and
Chinese auctions, crafts, jew-
elry and lunch.
Flu shots
Free flu shots, sponsored by
Get Healthy Florida and the
Osceola County Health Depart-
ment, are scheduled for
Wednesday, Nov. 2, from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. at Osceola Her-
itage Park. (It was postponed
due to Hurricane Wilma.)
Vaccinations will be admin-
istered on a first come basis;


anyone under the age of 18
must be accompanied by their
legal guardian. Participants can
receive an appointment ticket
the day of the event in one of
the drive-through ticket lines.
For a list of free flu shot event
dates and locations visit
www.gethealthyflorida.com
Flu and pneumonia shots
are also available at the Flori-
da Mall in front of JCPenney
during mall hours Friday, Oct.
28, through Sunday, Oct. 30,
and Friday, Nov. 4, through
Sunday, Nov. 6.
Cost at the mall of the flu
shot is $26 and a pneumonia
shot is $36. Medicare recipi-
ents can receive either/both
shots free of charge with a
valid Medicare card. Walk-ups
welcome. For more informa-
tion call 407'-851-7234 or
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throughout the downtown St.
Cloud area. The bags are for
non perishable food donations.
The Scouts will return on Satur-
day, Nov. 12, to collect all
donated food items.
The donated food will
remain in St. Cloud at the St.
Cloud Food Pantry..
Military cemetery
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LIFT members invite the
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Cemetery in Bushnell
Wednesday, Nov. 2. Grissom
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LIFT, will provide a compli-
mentary, motor, coach for the
trip. The group will depart
from Grissom, 803 W.
Emmett St., at 10 a.m. In
addition to the visit to the
cemetery, there will be a dedi-
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veterans that are donated to
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Cracker Barrel for lunch, and
anr ice cream treat. (Lunch
and ice cream are paid for by
participants.)
For more information and
to RSVP call Teresa Veverly
at,407-847-3131 or e-mail.
efresa.beverly@sci-us.com
Genealogy Club
The club meets the first
Sunday of the month at 2
p.in. at the Hart Memorial
Library on Dakin Avenue in
Kissimmee.
|As a continuing program,
un..i-.tes from the Genealogy
Iiut. ar.- on hand in the Geneal-
og, Lab at the Hart Memorial
Library Tuesdays from 10,a.m.
to 11 a.m. and Thursdays from
7 p.m. to 8 p.m. to answer
questions about your family
research throughout the world.
For more information and a
copy of the newsletter call 407-
957-4347 or 407-348-2127.
Free English classes
Free English for Speakers
of Other Languages classes
are given every Monday from
6:30 to 8 p.m. at First Baptist
Church, 1717 13th St., St.
Cloud. For more irntcrmation
call 407-343-1440.
Osceola Singles
Club
The club meets each Mon-
day at 7:30 p.m. at the
American Legion hall, 200
Lakeshore Blvd., Kissimmee.
Singles.40 and up welcome.
Foi details call Linda at 407-
957-4204 or Joan at 407-
390-8199.
Buying club
Through Bahouli Buying
Club of Kissimmee you can
buy "clean" (free of pesti-
cides, hormones, antibiotics
and genetically modified
organisms) and natural foods.
The club'orders once each
month. Internet/e-mail access
required. For information call
407-870-9839.
Crime watch
The Kissimmee Neighbor-
hood Crime Watch meets the
second Thursday of every
month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Kissimmee Police Department
on Stewart Street. For more
information call 407-344-2591.
Free dinner
Donate a unit of blood and
receive a free steak dinner the
second Wednesday of each
odd month of the year from 4
to 7 p.m. at the St. Cloud
Senior-Center, 3101 17th St.


The dinner is sponsored by the
Independent Order of Odd Fel-
lows No. 66. For more infor-
mation call the Osceola branch
of Florida's Blood Centers at
407-931-2131.
T'ai chi
Ongoing t'ai chi classes are
held at 5:30 p.m. Wednes-
days at the Senior Center,
1099 Shady Lane. Free. All
ages welcome. For details call
Carmen at the center, 407-
846-8532, Ext. 241.
Wanted
* The 42nd Pennsylvania
Infantry needs men to fill the
ranks of a new brigade in the
Central Florida area. If you
are 16 years or older contact
Dennis Shankle at 407-855-
3300 after 5 p.m.: Participa-
tion in Civil War re-enact-
ments included.
American women
wed to Muslims
The group meets twice a
month to share experiences,
how. to deal with cultural dif-'
ferences, recipes, etc. Offers
encouragement, support, fun
and prayer. For more infor-
nm-tion call 407-721-0108.
Internet reunion
All Osceola High School
alumni from the classes of '63
to '71 are invited to join the
Internet reunion e-mail
www.ChasBird.com or
www.amy@phoenixat.com
Tap Cracker
Cloggers
The Tap Cracker Cloggers
practice each Tuesday night.
Beginning class is 6:30; inter-
mediate 7:20; advanced, 8:15
p.m All ages .are welcome.
Adults only class is Monday,
6:30 p.m. For more informa-
tion call 407-892-2766.
AA hotline
The Alcoholics Anony-
mous 24-hour hotline number
is 407-870-8282.

Religion

Mitchum Brothers
The St. Cloud Church of the
Nazarene will celebrate their
homecoming service Sunday,
Oct. 30, at 10 a.m. with guest
singers The Mitchum Brothers
- Tim Webster, Paul Mitchum
and David Mitchum. They are
noted for their smooth har-
monies and are referred to as
The Lettermen of gospel music.
The church is located at
the corner of Michigan


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Avenue and 19th Street,
across the street from Michi-
gan Elementary School.
Welcome Table
Welcome Table Ministries
provides lunches, resume ser-
vices and Christian encourage-
ment to areas of need in Osceo-
la County. Lunches will be given
out on Saturdays. All services
and food are free to the public.
Free resume services are also
offered to the community at
large. To have Welcome Table
Ministries go to your neighbor-
hood call Carlton and Sandra
Tynes at 407-932-0767.
Welcome Table Ministries
hosts an informal support
group for women facilitated
by Sandra Tynes the first
Tuesday of each month, from
7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 3680
Fountainbleau Blvd., Kissim-
mee. For details call Tynes at
407-932-0767.
Home study
The Downtown Church of,
Christ, meeting at 1504
Patrick St., is offering a free
six-lesson Chart Outline
Booklet for home study. Call
Andy de Klerk, 407-344-
9027 or 407-935-1853, and
leave your name and address.
Bible course
The Ch(uihch of Christ at
Fortune Road in Kissimmee is
offering a free Bible corre-
spondence course .conducted
by mail. Six lessons. For
details call Mark Copeland at
407-931-1725.
More than
Conquerors -
A Bible-centered 12-step
recovery group for those desir-
ing freedom from sexual temp-
tations meets Monday from 7
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at 1700 N.
John Young Parkway, Room
326, Building A, Kissimmee.

Seniors

Telephone Pioneers
Telephone Pioneer Friends
(Toho Club) for Kissimmee and
'St. Cloud meets the fourth
Thursday of the month from
September through May at
11:30 a.m. at the Elks Lodge,
1655 Kings Highway.
Each month a different
activity takes place, such as
bake sales, auctions and
school supply donations. The
activities support the commu-
riity efforts of the Toho Club.
For details call 407-957-
2923 or 407-892-4419.


Retired teachers
The Osceola Retired
Teachers meet for lunch
and fellowship the second
Friday of each month from
September to May from
11:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at
the Golden Corral in
Kissimmee.
All retired teachers, loeal,
national or international, and
their spouses are welcome.
NARFE meetings
The National Association
of Retired Federal Employees
meet the second Thursday of
the month at 11:30 a.m. at
the St. Cloud senior center at
7th Street and Indiana
Avenue. Meetings will run
through April.
All attending are asked to
take a covered dish.
Health insurance
counseling
SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders),
sponsored by the Florida
Department of Elder Affairs,
offers free counseling on
Medicare and other health
insurance programs the first
and third Tuesdays of each
month from 10 a.m. to noon
at the Osceola County. Coun-
cil on Aging, -1099 Shady
Lane, Kissimmee. Informa-.
tion on access to free and dis-
counted prescription drug
programs is also available dur-
ing those times.
Information can also be
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McMANUS Anna (Anne)
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fully passed away
at home on
October 19,
,2005. Born in .
New York City, '
her family moved
to: Staten Island,
NY where she
met John Kelly. They were mar-
ried 37 years until his death in
1978. Anna had been a repre-
sehtative for the NY Telephone
company until the birth of their
only child, Anna Kelly Reilly
(Husband Peter) of Kissimmee.
Anna moved to St. Cloud in
1981 with her second husband
Bernard McManus. they lived in
Teka Village until his death in
2004. She and her husband
were members of the Telephone,
Pioneers of America (Kissimmee
chapter.) Anna was known to
many people as ."Moms." She
had worked at her daughter's St.
Cloud pht boarding facility, We
Tuck 'Em Inn, until she was 81.
She enjoyed meeting the pet
owners bs well as walking their
dogs. She will be remembered
for her friendly smile and shining
brown eyes.
Anna was a devoted
grandmother to'Julia and Patrick
Reilly of Orlando, who mourn
her passing and treasure their
memories of celebrations and
travels with her.
Anna attended St. Thomas
Aquinas Catholic Church with
her husband, Barney.
Anna's family would like
to, sincerely thank Dr. Diane
Zullow, Dr. Wilker and the staff
of Family Practice, St. Cloud,
and the staff of Osceola Cancer
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Center and Hospice of the
Comforter for all their concern,
comfort and care.
There will be a family
memorial. Arrangements by
Fisk Funeral Home and
Crematory, St. Cloud.
SCHMITZ John W.
Schmitz of Harbour Heights, FL
died on October 21, 2005, after
a brief illness. He was born on
February 17, 1925 in North
Stonington, CT, the son of John
and Myrtle (Sharp) Schmitz. He
attended Wheeler High School
and enlisted in the U.S. Navy in
1943. He met Dorothy A. Ben-
dele, also serving in the Navy.
They were married on August
25,1945.
John retired from Manage-
ment at Electric Boat Divison,
General Dynamics in 1982. He
was active in many civic organi-
zations, most notably
Commander American Legion,
Post 10. Hope Valley, RI: Past


Exalted Ruler, BPOE, of Lodge
1873, Kissimmee, FL and a
member of the VFW.
John is survived by his wife
of 60 years, Dorothy Schmitz,
seven children: Jean (Warren)
Tuggle of FL; Michael (Nancy)
Schmitz of Iowa; John W.
(Kathleen) Schmitz Jr. of FL;
Thomas (Holly) Schmitz of RI;
Paul (Lisa) Schmitz of RI;
Cynthia (Robert) Eldredge of
FL; and Judith Baldyga of FL.
He is also survived by one sister,
Anna Atterbury of VA 14
grandchildren and 11 great
grandchildren.
Services were held at Kays-
Ponger Funeral Home, 2405
Harbor Blvd, Port Charlotte on
Thursday, October 27th at 11
a.m. Internment was in the
Rhode Island Veteran's
Cemetery in Exeter. Donations
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requested through the com-
munity help line at 211 or 1-
800-963-5337.
St. Cloud AARP
The group meets the fourth
Monday of the month at
12:30 p.m. at the St. Cloud
Senior Center, 3101 17th St.
Take a covered dish to share
and your own place setting.
For more information call 407-
957-4516.
BVL AARP
The Buenaventura Lakes
AARP Chapter 4259 meets the
third Wednesday of the month
at noon at the Robert Guevara
Community Center, 501 Flori-
da Parkway. Take a covered
dish to share. For mord infor-
mation call 407-892-5970.
Poinciana AARP
Chapter 3520 meets the
third Thursday of each month'
at the Poinciana Community
Center. Dues are $2.50 per
year. Call 863-427-0619 for
' more information.


Senior programs
The following programs are
held at the Oak Street Com-
munity Center, 717 N. Palm
Ave., Kissimmee. Phone:
407-847-2388.
"Peg-A-Longs" Cribbage
Club Year Round, Fridays
9:07 a.m. to 12:07 p.m. Mah
Jongg Club Year-round
Wednesday, 9 a.m. to noon.
Ladies Craft Club Year-
round Tuesdays 10 a.m. to
noon. All free.
Young at Heart
Young at Heart, a min-
istry of Crossroads Baptist
Church of St. Cloud, meets
the third Thursday of every
month at 10:30 a.m. in St.
Cloud. Everyone is invited
for food, fun and fellow-
ship. Contact Elmer Mayes
at 407-414-6889 for more
information.
Golden Rollers
Adults roller skate at
Kissimmee Skate Reflec-
tions, 1111 Dyer Blvd.,


each Wednesday from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. For details
call Skate Reflections at
407-846-8469.
Senior club
The Holy Redeemer
Catholic Church Senior Club
meets every Monday from
noon to 4 p.m. in the social
hall. All seniors are welcome
to enjoy coffee, cards and
conversation. For more
information call Jeanette
Onderisin at 407-847-3913.
Free screenings
Free screenings for blood
pressure and blood sugar are
available to seniors 55 and
older at the Osceola Council
on Aging Senior Health Clin-
ic. Diagnosis and treatment of
minor illnesses (flu and colds)
and ongoing care of high
blood pressure and diabetes
are available at the clinic,
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The second annual Family Fall Festival
N\ returns to Central Park, downtown Winter
Park, Oct. 29 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
festival features hay rides, old-fashioned
games, entertainment, activities including a
pumpkin patch and children's costume
parade and prizes. There will also be a trick-
or-treat along Park Avenue with special
treats at each storefront.







MOVIEREVIE CAPOTE
by Peter Covino






The Truman show

Hoffman IS Truman Capote in Capote


mance by Philip Seymour Hoff-
man as Capote and a brilliant
debut by director Bennett Miller
(as well as a nice script by Dan
Futterman), Capote, the movie,
may some day be as highly
regarded as its main source
material.
Hoffman (The Talented Mr.
Ripley, Boogie Nights) is
always good, and he never has
been better than he is playing the
mincing, self-absorbed belle of the
New York social set.


When we. first meet him,'
Capote is holding court at yet
another New York cocktail party.
.It is in the days following his
very successful Breakfast at
Tiffany's and everyone wants to
be around Truman, even it is only
to get a tongue-lashing.
Soon after the party, he, reads
a news article about a slaying in
Kansas where the Clutters, four
members of a rural farming farni-
ly, were all found slain in th-:ir
home.


Capote dccid,. thick should be
his next 'ri.:-t literarun achieve-
ment and taL-es :'It ,:.,' Kansas to
do an in-depth aili-:cl uon the reac-
tion to t-:e killihrj- in the small
community. Hel bing',. along life-
long friei'nd H-iie'er Lee as his
assistant and s,.:r becomes
involved in a project that will take
up the next six :-ir-. and cornm-'
pletely change his life in the

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The popular Scholastic's The
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the Orlando Science Center has
been extended. Guests at the
center can climb aboard the
bus and learn all about the
| weather including finding out
: about current weather condi-
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It's a scary weekend
at the theme parks
and all around town
By Peter Covino
News Gazette Entertainment Editor
There are lots of ways to get your
I tricks or treats this Halloween week-
end, including those big events at
the theme parks and some free stuff"
as well.
The city of Kissimmee Parks
and Recreation Department will
host the ninth annual Halloween
Fall Festival Saturday Oct. 29 from
4-7 p.m. at the Berlinsky Commu-
nity House. The free event features
entertainment, a moonwalk,
* parade of costumes, carnival
games, prize giveaways, candy and
more. The community house is
located at the Kissimmee Lake-
front Park. Call 407-847-2388 for
more information.
The Mall at Millenia will have
Halloween fun for children and
adults Oct. 29-30. Activities include
magic shows in the food court from
noon until 3 p.m. Saturday and at 1
p.m. Sunday.
The third annual Maize Quest
Cornfield Adventure is open
through Nov. 30. The theme is
Salute to the American Soldier.
Guests discover clues and facts
about the nation's struggle for free-
dom to navigate through the maze.
Maize-o-vision secret decoders
help get you through the maize.
Admission is $8 for adults, $6 for
Children 4-12. The maze is located
off of County Road 448A, Mt.
Dora. Visit www.cornmaze.com
for more information.


One of the biggest Florida events
is in Ybor City tonight.
The annual Halloween Bash
begins at 10 a.m. with the Family
Funfest, which features trick-or-
treating, a scavenger hunt and chil-
dren's parade and contest.
Guavaween, adult event begins at 3
p.m. and continues through the
evening, with costume contests, the
Mama Guava Stumble Parade and
live entertainment on multiple
stages. For more information visit
www.cc-events.org.
Winter Park will host the 2nd
annual Family Fall Festival. The
kick-off ceremony is at 11:30 a.m.
There will be free candy, hay rides,
old-fashioned games, a pumpkin
patch, children's costume parade
and 'trick or Treat on Park Avenue
from 11 a.m.- 2,p.m. Call 407-
599-3343 for more information.
The spookiest place to be this
Halloween. season is Universal
Orlando's Halloween Horror
Nights.
Central Florida's biggest Hal-
loween event-continues at Universal
Orlando's' Islands of. Adventure
through Oct. 31. The big scare
attraction celebrates its 15th
anniversary with nights of beasts,
ghouls and the macabre.
As usual, the streets and byways
of the theme park will be taken
over by creatures of the night. And
if this year's event is similar to past
efforts, the streets can be a scarier
place than the crowded, themed
spook houses.
There are seven themed haunted
houses for 2005: and they include:
Body Collectors blood and
gore is the daily business in this
industrial factory where process-


Capote
Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman,
Catherine Keener.
Directed by Bennett Miller
Running time 100 minutes
Rating R



...and lots of boos


Cinderella's Castle gets a creepy kind of facelift for the annual'
Mickey's Not-So-Scary-Halloween-Party. The popular event'
winds down this weekend and is already sold out for Hal-:
loween night.


ing human body parts is just part
of the job.
Demon Cantina where the
dead are living it up in this biker bar
from hell, where there is always
room for new patrons.
The Skool the children of the
night celebrate Halloween in their
own bizarre manner where
guests turn out to be the


"treats" for their celebration.
Where Evil Hides visitors
try to escape their worst night-
mares as they fumble through
dark hallways, passages and
doors that may never open.
Cold Blind Terror bone-chill-
ing cold and blind terror numb the
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Halloween
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senses so visitors cannot see,
hear or escape.
Blood Ruins a ,plagued
medieval village where torture is
a way of life as the twisted crea-
tures search for a never-ending
source of blood.
For the first time ever, the
Universal Horror Nights event
designers have created a'haunt-
ed house, Terror Mines, which
focuses on the group experi-
ence rather than the individ-
ual's. This seventh haunted
house forces a party of guests
to work together to uncover an
escape route or perish. Wear-
ing a lighted helmet, the leader
must navigate his or her group
through the black, winding
mazes avoiding subterranean
beasts that live to battle inter-
lopers. Visitors' destinies are
not their own as they must
place their faith in their leader,
who is randomly selected.
The foggy streets will once
again not be a safe refuge, as
beasts of all kinds will walk there,
ready to leap out at unsuspect-
ing guests.
Also returning this year is a
new version of the popular Bill
and Ted's Excellent Adventure
stage show.
"We've taken everything
we've learned over the past 15
years to create an event that will
bring guests to a new level of ter-
ror," said Bob Gault, president
and chief executive officer of
Universal Orlando. "The physi-
cal layout of Islands of Adven-
ture theme park is an ideal back-
drop to tell the story of this
unnerving civilization. It will
prove to 'be one of the most
intense Halloween Horror
Nights events in our history,."
This year's horror nights
include Oct. 29-31. The hor-
ror begins each evening at
6:30 p.m.
Halloween Horror Nights is a
special ticket event and is
$59.75 plus tax the day of the
event. Florida residents can pur-
chase tickets in advance for
$52.75 plus tax. For more
information or to purchase tick-
ets visit www.halloweenhor-
ronights.com. You also can buy
. tickets at the front gate of the
theme park and at Florida
Spencer's Gift locations.
Because of the event's populari-
ty, tickets for weekend nights
may be sold out and should be
purchased in advance.
If big scares aren't your thing,
take in the more family-oriented
events at Walt Disney World's
Magic Kingdom, SeaWorld arid
the Brevard Zoo.
Mickey's Not-So-Scary Hal-
loween Party features trick-or-.
treating and a lot more. It takes
place Oct. 30-31, but the popu-
lar event is already sold out for
Oct. 31.
In addition to lots of places
where kids and adults can get
candy, everyone is welcome to
wear Halloween costumes. Plus,
the Disney characters will also
be dressed in their spooky best.
The evening also will include
Mickey's Boo-to-You Hal-
loween Parade, Mickey's
Mouse-Ka-Rade costume par-
ties," Halloween storytelling, live
shows and unique merchandise.
New this year is a Halloween-
themed fireworks display -
Happy HalloWishes featur-
ing spooky music from family-
friendly Disney attractions and
movies including "Haunted
Mansion" and "The Nightmare
Before Christmas," as well as
the voices of memorable Disney
characters such as Madame
Leota, Ursula, Jafar, Maleficent
and Oogie Boogie.
Plus, there will be unlimited
use of popular attractions such
as Mickey's PhilharMagic,
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Raglan Road opens at Downtown Disney


New pub features
much more than
just Irish beer
By Peter Covino
News-Gazette Entertainment Editor
; Mark your calendars now
for the hot place to be next St.
Patrick's Day.
But why wait until then to
check out the newest eatery
and watering hole at Disney
- Raglan Road. The Irish pub
and restaurant officially
opened its doors last week
and it features a bounty of
Irish and British beer including
Guinness, Boddington's and
Harp, and several Irish
whiskeys, as well as a selec-
tion of food that can hardly be
classified as pub grub.
The new pub features four
different antique bars, each
imported from Ireland. The


grand old bars have rich
woods such as mahogany and
walnut, and come complete
with leaded glass and ornate
detailing.
The food fare is the cre-
ation of master chef Kevin
Dundon, one of the best-
known chefs in Ireland. Dun-
don has cooked for everyone
from Queen Elizabeth to U2
and Brad Pitt, but now he is
cooking for Central Floridians
and Disney guests from
around the world.
Menu items include Irish
classics with a contemporary
touch such as oven-roasted
loin of bacon with an Irish
Mist glaze and rack of lamb
with an Irish stew consomme.
Other quick and casual fare
is available, and there is also a
"to go" counter for items such
as fish and chips..
"We left corned beef and
cabbage behind 50 years


ago," said Paul Nolan, co-
owner of the pub/restaurant.
Nolan has built more than
400 Irish pubs.
"We believe this is our best
expression yet," he said.
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on the south side of Dublin
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the Day.
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Saturday, October 29, 2005, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page C5_


Dining
Continued from page C-4


get a free burrito at any
Chipotle Mexican Grill. The
special event is from 11 a.m.-
10 p.m. at all area Chipotle
locations. Area locations
include Florida Mall. Visit
www.chipotle.com for store
locations.

Cooking Light On the
Move, a traveling mobile
magazine of food and fitness,
is coming to Orlando at the
Publix at 3400 Avalon Park-
way. The event features free
samples, recipe cards,

Movie

Continued from page C-i1
Director Miller defies the
normal logic of biographical
films as the story begins in
earnest and continues to a
seemingly unstoppable tragic
ending, not unlike what hap-
pens to Richard Hitchcock
and particularly Perry Smith,
the two killers in his literary
masterpiece.


sweepstakes and more. This
is the 13th annual tour and it
travels to 70 cities over a
seven-month period. Tour
sponsors include Hungry
Jack, Ronzoni Healthy Har-
vest, Atkins, Morningstar
Farms, Smucker's, PAM and
R.C. Bigelow Tea.
Prizes include a weeklong
vacation at Litchfield Planta-
tion in South Carolina and a
George Foreman Grill.
On the Move tour hours
are 11 a.m. 7 p.m.

Ben & Jerry's is matching


At first, the flamboyant
Capote is painfully ill suited to
rural Kansas, but with' Lee's
help he gains inroads, and
with bribes, finally gets to
meet the killers themselves
and begins a long relationship
with them.
But there are lots of com-
plications along the way


Road
Continued from page C- 1


to do with the outdoors
including wildlife artists, con-
servation and environmental
exhibits, a boat show, kid's
fishing derby, cardboard boat
races and more. The event
gets under way, Friday, Nov.
11, at 3 p.m. and continues
through the weekend.
NIGHT OF TERROR
SANFORD Some of the
scenic designers from Univer-
sal's Halloween Horror Nights
will be responsible for the
screams heard at the haunted
houses at Night of' Terror in
downtown Sanford and Eustis.
The haunted houses will be
open Oct. 28-31. There will
also be street events with food,
live music and a costume con-
test Oct. 29. Admission to the
First Street.' events is free.
There is a $10 charge for the
haunted houses.


ART MUSEUM EVENTS
ORLANDO Scheduled
December events at the Orlando
Museum of Art include Creation
Station Drop In!, an event
held each Thursday in Decem-
ber featuring projects adults can
make with their children. The
cost is $1. For more information
call 407-896-4231.
December's 1st Saturday-
event Dec. 3, also has activities
geared toward families. There is
a different theme each month.
Cost is $5 per family. The event
is geared for children ages 3-5.
FASHION SHOW
ORLANDO Neiman Mar-
cus at The Mall at Millenia will
host a fashion show to benefit
The .Friends of the Mennello
Museum Nov. 2 at 11 a.m. The
$100 ticket includes the show
See Road page C-6


all donations to its Web site
for the American Red Cross
Hurricane Relief Fund. From
now until Nov. 8, the compa-
ny will match all donations
made to the fund, which
enables the Red Cross, to pro-
vide shelter, food and counsel-
ing to those in need. Start eat-
ing that ice cream. Go to
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for more information.

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including a strange, almost
sexual flirtation between
loner Smith and Capote,
who both have similar back-
grounds. Further complicat-
ing things is Capote's jeal-
ousy of his good friend Lee,
who will soon be publishing
her only book, the Pulitzer
Prize-winning To Kill a
Mockingbird.
As Capote writes his book,
it soon becomes clear he has a
literary work of significant
importance in his hands -
with one big problem. He has
no ending, and there can only
be one ending: the execution
of Smith and Perry.
In the end, Capote is able
to get the truth out of Perry
about the murders, and. ulti-
mately betrays his friend,


Celebration will host a special
holiday show to benefit kids.
The special Dec. 3 6 p.m.
show will benefit Give Kids
Safe Shelter and H.O.M.E.
For the Holidays. Tickets are
only $30, instead of the usual
$50 dinner show price. Atten-
dees are also asked to bring a
toy that can be donated to the
children. For more informa-
tion call Steve Leichner at
321-939-4319.
Contact Peter Covino at
407-846-7600, Ext. 206.
E-mail at pcovino@
osceolanewsgazette.com


something he apparentlS
regrets for the rest of his days
The retold killings here an
every bit as brutal.and shock
ing as they were in the origi
nal film directed by Richar
Brooks.
While Capote may mear
an Oscar nomination fo
Hoffman, both Miller an<
writer Futterman should als<
get consideration come Acad
emy Award time. And the finE
supporting cast should not b(
overlooked either, particularlS
Catherine Keener as Harpe
Lee, Chris Cooper as invest
gator Alvin Dewey and Cliftor
Collins Jr. as Perry.
Contact Peter Covino at
407-846-7600, Ext. 206.
E-mail at pc6vino@
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Founders' Day
Come join us for our 10th
Anniversary Founders' Day 5K and
I OK runs. There will also be a
kids run and a complementary
pancake breakfast courtesy of
Celebration Rotary.'
Florida Hospital
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Sunday, November 13;
7:30- 1 1 am
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Blood Drive
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Monday, November
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Bariatric (Weight Lossi
Surgery Information
Sessions
Intended for people interested in


learning about surgical options for
weight loss
Florida Hospital
Celebration Health
Education Center
Wednesday November 2, 9,
16 & 30
For more information,
please call 407/303-4504.
Comprehensive Diabetes Course
4ADA-recognized program -
Education and lifestyle skills for
individuals with diabetes
Florida Hospital
Celebration Health
Friday, November 4 & I I;
8:15 am-2:30 pm
Tuesday, November 8 & 18;
3:15-8:30 pm
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Thursday, November 10 & 17;
S'-. am-2:30 pm
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3 21; 8:15-2:30 pm
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'. this program for
q'.,:jiied persons. Please
call 407/303-4280 to register or
for more information.


Diabetes Support Group -
Exchange information, feelings.
and ideas
Florida Hospital
Celebration Health
Thursday, December, I; 7-8 pm
The support group is free of
charge and provides open
discussion, question and answer
sessions, and other activities.
Please call 407/303-4280 for
more information.
Lap Band Information .,
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Learn more about the
Laparoscopic Adjustable
Gastric Bond for
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Florida Hospital -
Celebration Health
Sunday November 20;
I pm
For more information,
please call 407/303-4504

Ongoing Events
Arthritis/Fibromyalgia
Warm-water Exercise Class
Designed to decrease discomfort
associated with Fibromyalgia
The Fitness Centre & Day Spa
at Florida Hospital
Celebration Health


Monday, Wednesdays & Fridays;
12 pm
Cost: Free for members, $45 for
non-members for eight classes
Please call 407/303-4 I 48 for,
more information.
Cancer Support and
Education Programs
Florida Hospital Cancer Institute
Osceola Division offers ongoing
support groups for those affected
by cancer
Florida Hospitals
.. t. Celebration Healtlh
and Kissimmee
Please call Patient
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' ;.Education at
407/303-4322 for
more information.

Rehabilitation Program
Nationally certified program by
the American Association of
Cardiovascular & Pulmonary
Rehabilitation Association that
emphasizes cardiovascular
conditioning and risk factor
education for those individuals who
have had a cardiac event or those
with multiple risk factors-
Florida Hospital
Celebration Health


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Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays
Registration required. For-
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Celebration Seventh-
day Adventist Church
Where loving God and
loving people are a
way of life
Florida Hospital
Celebration Health
Education Center
and Chapel
Saturday
Festivities for all ages.
For more information,
please call 407/303-4129.
GentleYoga
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while incorporating skills such as
balance, coordination, relaxation
and breathing techniques
The Fitness Centre & Day Spa
at Florida Hospital
Celebration Health
Monday; 12 pm
Cost: Free for members; $45 for
non-members for eight classes
For more information, please call
407/303-4148.


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Tuesday and Thursdays
Registration required.
For more information, please call
407/303-4000, x 5293.
Sharks & Minnows Swim School
Swim lessons for ages six months
to adult
The Fitness Centre & Day Spa
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You've got to keep cool to ice this cube


Rubik's Cube world
Championships are
at Disney resort
Nov. 5-6
By Peter Covino
News-Gazette Entertainment Editor
Remember how you always
used to hate that little kid who
could solve his Rubik's Cube
in about 90 seconds and you
were still stuck with a messed-
up maze of nonsensical col-
ored squares?
Well, get ready to get
steamed all over again the
World Rubik's Cube Game
Championship is coming to
Disney's Pop Century Resort
next weekend, and these guys
can not only solve the cube in
a matter of seconds, but they
can do it blindfolded or even
with their feet.
The "speed cuber" compe-
tition, as they are known to
Rubik's Cube enthusiasts, will
be held in conjunction with
the 25th anniversary of the
cube in the United States.
Events at the world cham-
pionship include the tradition-
al 3x3x3, 4x4x4 and 5x5x5
competition, as well as blind-
folded, one-hand and foot
cubing.

Road
Continued from page C-5
plus lunch with fashion designer
Carmen Marc Valvo. For more
information contact the museum
at 407-246-4278.
ROYAL HUNT
MOUNT DORA The.
Royal Hunt of the Sun comes
to the Box Theatre at the,
Mount Dora Theatre Company
Oct. 21-Sunday, Nov. 6. The
show was declared an instant
masterpiece when it premiered
in London. Seating limited.
Tickets are $9.50 for students,
$14.50 for adults and are
available online at www.ice-
housetheatre.com or call the
box office at 352-383-4616.
1ST THURSDAYS
ORLANDO The -1st
Thursday event at the Orlando
Museum of Art for Dec. 1 is My
Favorite Master. The theme fea-
tures local artists experimenting
with different styles that are pos-
sibly the opposite of their nor-
mal disciplines. The 6-9 p.m..
event also includes access to the
permanent collection at the
museum. Beer, wine, soft drinks
and food will be available for
purchase. Admission is $9, free


Top prize for the winner of
the traditional 3x3 competi-
tion is $5,000, with almost
$20,000 total given away in
all of the various categories.
There will also be special 25th
anniversary trophies given to
the first-, second- and third-
place winners in all categories.
All competitors will receive
special prizes as well.
For the record, and it is the
record, one of the competi-
tion favorites is 20-year-old
British oceanography student
Dan Harris. He is the current
record holder in the UK with
an official time of solving the
twisting puzzle in 16.14 sec-
onds. His personal best time
in practice is 11.74 seconds.
The current world record is
12.11 seconds.
Some cube facts:
the 3x3 original has
43 quintillion (that's
43,252,003,274,489,856,000)
different configurations. Some
algorithms have realed 22
moves as the fewest necessary
to solve the cube. It was first
invented in .1974 by Erno
Rubik, a professor at the Hun-
garian Academy of Crafts and
Design in Budapest.
Contact Peter Covino at
407-846-7600, Ext. 206.
E-mail at pcovino@
osceolanewsgazette.com


for museum members. Call 407-
896-4231, ext. 456, for more
information.
ARABIANNIGHTS
KISSIMMEE The dinner
attraction and Rotary Club of
Celebration will host a special
holiday show to benefit kids.
The special Dec. 3 6 p.m.
show will benefit Give Kids
Safe Shelter and H.O.M.E.
For the Holidays. Tickets are
only $30, instead of the usual
$50 dinner show price. Atten-
dees are also asked to bring a
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the children. For more infor-
mation call Steve Leichner at
321-939-4319 or e-mail
leichner@itmci.com.
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ORLANDO There will be
an Intergalactic Bead Show at
the Central Florida Fairgrounds
Nov. 5-6. Admission is $5 Sat-
urday, $4 Sunday. Children
under 12 are free. There will be
20 exhibitors with 60 tables fea-
turing ancient and modern
beads, beading supplies and fin-
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Movies for the week of
Oct. 29-Nov. 4.
St. Cloud Twin
'Doom (R), daily: 1 p.m., 4
p..m. and 7:30 p.m.; week-
ends: 1 p.m.; Saturday late
show: 9:35 p.m.
The Legend of Zorro
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p.m.
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I-Dreamer: Inspired by a
ETrue Story (PG), weekends:
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"7:15 p.m.; Saturday late
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days: 4:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m.
land 10:15 p.m.
Osceola Square East
(Late shows Friday and
Saturday only)
'-Doom (R), 1:40 p.m., 4:20
p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.
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PFlightplan (PG-13), 2, 4:25
.m., 7:15 p.m.
wThe Fog (PG-13), 1:45
$.m., 4:15, 7:25 p.m.
.North Country (R), 1:20
O.m., 4:05 p.m., 7 p.m. and
'9:45 p.m.
:'*Legend of Zorro (PG),
J1:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:20
p.m.
|*Saw II (R), 1:50 p.m., 4:10
iP.m., 7:35 p.m. and 9:50
.p. i.
p AMC Pleasure Island 24
- (Late shows Friday and
Saturday only)
V Domino (R), 7:45 p.m.
.*Doom (R), 1:10 p.m.,,
*2:25 p.m., 4 p.m., 5:10 p.m.,
;7:10 p.m., 7:50 p.m., 9:45
jp.m.
S*Dreamer: Inspired by a
. True Story (PG), 1:10 p.m.,
"2:15 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 5:50
p.m., 7:05 p.m., 8:20 p.m.,
9:45 p.m.
Elizabethtown (PG-13),
t:35 p.m., 4:35 p.m., 7:30
p.m., 10:20 p.m.
-The 40-Year-Old Virgin
4R), 4:30 p.m.


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Edward R. Murrow in the captivating drama about
the man who helped bring down Sen. Joseph
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Flightplan (PG-13), 2:30
p.m., 4:55 p.m., 7:25 p.m.,
9:55 p.m.
The Fog (PG-13), 1:45
p.m., 4:15 p.m., 7:10 p.m., 8
p.m., 9:40 p.m., 10:30 p.m.
and 12:20 a.m.
The Weather Man (R),
2:20 p.m., 5:3'0 p.m.,- 8:10
p.m.
*Good Night, and Good
Luck (PG), 1 p.m., 3:20
p.m., 5:55 p.m., 8:25 p.m.,
The Gospel (PG), 2:20
p.m., 5:10 and 8:10 p.m.
G (R), 2 p.m., 4:40 p.rh.,,
7:35 p.m. and 10:15 p.m.
Zathura (PG), 5 p.m.
George Romero's Land of
the Dead (R) 12:15 a.m.,
Saturday.
A History of Violence (R),
2:10 p.m., 5:20 p.m., 8:05
p.m. and 10:35 p.m.
In Her Shoes (PG-13),
1:50 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:45
p.m., 10:40 p.m.
Into the Blue (PG-13),
7:30 p.m. and 10:25 p.m.
Just Like Heaven (PG-13),
4:45 p.m. and 10:05 p.m.
*North Country (R), 1:10
p.m., 4:20 p.m., 7:15 p.m.
and 10:20 p.m.
*Stay (R), 1:45 p.m., 4:40
p.m., 7:40 p.m., 10:05 p.m.
and 12:20 a.m.
Serenity (PG-13), 2:05
p.m., 7:05 p.m. and 12:25


a.m.
Tim Burton's Corpse
Bride (PG), 1:20 p.m., 3:30
p.m., 5:45 p.m. and 8 p.m.
The Transporter.2 (PG-
13), 10 a.m. and 12:25 p.m.
Two for the Money (R),
2:10 p.m., 4:55 p.m., 7:40
p.m. and 10:10 p.m.
Waiting (R), noon, 1:55
p.m., 4:15 p.m., 7 p.m.,
10:10 p.m.
Wallace and Gromit: The
Curse of the Were-Rabbit
(G), 1:40 p.m., 4:25 p.m., 7
p.m. and 9:45 p.m.
Touch Star/South Chase
Doom (R), 1:20 p.m., 4:20
p.m., 7:15 p.m. and 10:10
p.m.
The Legend of Zorro
(PG), 1 p.m., 4 p.m., 7 p.m.'
and 10 p.m.
Flightplan (PG-13), 1:15
p.m., 4:15 p.m., and 9:50
p.m.
The Fog (PG-13), 1:10
p.m., 4:15 p.m., 7:20 p.m.
and 10:15 p.m.
*Saw 2 (R), 1:25 p.m., 4:30
p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 10:05
p.m.
Wallace and Gromit: The
Curse of the Were-Rabbit
(G), 1:30 p.fn., 4:25 p.m.,
7:25 p.m. and 9:45 p.m.
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OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZErE
Florida laws protect your right
to know and provide that certain
legal proceedings be published

for your Information ando t c e s


COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHUSETTS
THE TRIAL COURT
THE PROBATE AND
FAMILY COURT
WORCHESTER Division
Docket No.: 05A0227AC.
IN THE MATTER OF:
SASHA YVETTE TORRES,
Minor.
CITATION
M.G.L.c. 210, 6
To: JOSE TORRES
Address: UNKNOWN
Persons interested in a petition
for the adoption of said child and
to the Department of Social Ser-
vices of said Commonwealth.
A petition has been presented
to said court by SANTIAGO
BENITEZ of WORCHESTER,
MA, and YVETTE GONZAZLEZ
of WORCHESTER, MA, praying
for leave to adopt said child and
that the name of the child be
changed to SASHA YVETTE
BENITEZ.
IF YOU DESIRE TO.OBJECT
THERETO, YOU OR YOUR
ATTORNEY MUST FILE A
WRITTEN APPEARANCE IN
SAID COURT AT WORCH-
ESTER ON OR BEFORE TEN
O'CLOCK IN THE FORENOON
(10:00 A.M.), on CEMBER
13. 2005.
WITNESS, HON. JOSEPH L
HART Jr., Esquire, First Justice
of said Court of WORCH-
ESTER, this day, October 11,
2005.
I/s Stephen G. Abraham
STEPHEN G. ABRAHAM
Register of Probate
October 22, 29, 2005
November 5, 2005


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehi-
cles on NOVEMBER 17, 2005,
9:00 A.M., at 4691 -South
Orange Blossom Trail, Kissim-
jnee, Florida 34746-6231, pur-
suant to Subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes.
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
reserves the right to accept or
reflect any and/or all bids!
1)1992 PLYMOUTH
VIN # 3P3XP6436NT309953
October 29, 2005


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehi-
cles on NOVEMBER 24, 2005,
9:00 A.M., at 4691 South
Orange Blossom Trail, Kissim-
mee, Florida 34746-6231, pur-
suant to Subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes.
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
reserves the right to accept or
reject any and/or all bids.
1) 1990 MAZDA
VIN #- JM1BG2328L0135812
October 29, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
Case Number: Cl 05-MF-1807.
ISLAND ONE Inc.,
a Florida Corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID RN URTON and DONNA
L. URTON, husband and wife;
JAMES M. DYE and SAUNDRA,
J. DYE, husband and wife; VIN-
CENTE FELIX and NANCY
FELIX, husband and wife; FER-
NANDO F. GAMULIN and CIN-
TIA N. RUTTNER, husband and
wife; ERNIE BAUGHAN and
MARY ANN BAUGHAN, hus-
band and wife; NEIL J. Mac-
DONALD and JOAN A. Mac-
DONALD, husband and wife; T
LEAHY and S. A. WALLIS, as
joint tenants with right of sur-
vivorship; ANTHONY P.
CARDILE and MARY D.
CARDILE, husband and wife; T.
LEAHY and S. A. WALLIS, as
joint tenants with right of sur-
vivorship; SUSAN G. SCAR-
LETT; ELROY L. BULL and
LINDA M. BULL, husband and
wife; ALBERT GARARD III and
PATRICIA H GARARD, husband
and wife; JAWEED SHERIFF
and ADIBA SHERIFF, husband
and wife; ROBERT WEBRE and
W. H. PARSONS, as joint ten-
ants with right ol survivorship;
and MOSES SPANN and
CHARLENE SPANN, husband
and wife, '
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: ELROY L BULL and LINDA
M. BULL, husband and wife,
COUNT XI, 3307 North Linda
Drive, Bourbonnais, IL 60914.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED .that a
Complaint to Foreclose Claim of
Lien on the following described
lands,
Unit Week(s) No.(s) 11, in Apart-
ment No. C-105, of PARKWAY
INTERNATIONAL, a condomini-
um, according to the Declaration
of Condominium and amend-
ments thereof, as recorded in


Official Records Book 943, at
Page 1541, In the Public
Records of Osceola County,
Florida, and any amendments
thereof
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
to it on the Plaintiff's attorney:
KORSHAK & ASSOCIATES,
8680 Commodity Circle, Suite
200B, Orlando, Florida 32819,
on or before 30 days from the
date of the first publication on or
before NOVEMBER 21, 2005,
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on the Plaintiff's attorney
immediately thereafter; other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
If you are a person with a Dis-
ability who needs accommoda-
tion in order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision
for certain assistance. Please
contact Court Administration at2
Courthouse Square, Kissimmee,
Florida 34741, (407) 343-2417,
within 2 working days of your
receipt of this Notice of Action: If
you are hereby or voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
WITNESS my hand and of
fiscal seal of this Court on this
17th day of October 2005.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As .Deputy Clerk
Attorney For Plaintiff:
KORSHAK & ASSOCIATES
8680 Commodity Circle
Suite 200B
Orlando. Florida 32819
Telephone: (407) 855-3333
October 22, 29, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
Case Number Cl 05-MF-2045.
ISLAND ONE Inc.,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLES E. EPPS and
DARLENE M. EPPS,
husband and wife, C
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: DARLENE M. EPPS,
COUNT I, 5339 Broad Street,
Pittsburgh, PA 15224.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
Complaint to Foreclose Mort-
gage on the following described
lands:
Unit Week(s) No(s)'30, in Apart-
ment Number S-21, of
O.R.Bi.T, a condominium,
according to the Declaration of
Condominium and amendments
thereof, as recorded in Official
Records Book 649, at Page 040,
in the Public Records of Osceo-
la County Florida.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
.of your written defenses, if any,
to it on: KORSHAK & ASSOCI-
ATES, 2345 Sand Lake Road,
Suite 120B, Orlando, Florida
32809, on or befo before 30 days
from the date of the first publica-
tion, on or before NOVEMBER
21, 2005, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's attor-
ney immediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs any accommo-
dation in order to participate in
this proceedings, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to the pro-
vision of certain assistance.
Please contact: Court Adminis-
tration at 2 Courthouse Square,
Suite 6300, Kissimmee, Florida
34741, Telephone: (407) 343-
2417, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this docu-
ment; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-(800) 955-8771.
WITNESS MY HAND and offi-
cial seal of this Court on this 17th
day of October 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
KORSHAK & ASSOCIATES
2345 Sand Lake Road
Suite 120B
Orlando, Florida 32809
Telephone: (407) 855-3333
October 22, 29, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Case Number: Cl 05-OC'2252.
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF
PREDATOR AIR BOAT'"
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDINGS
TO ALL PERSONS WHO
CLAIM AN INTEREST IN THE
FOLLOWING PROPERTY:
PREDATOR AIR BOAT


The Osceola County Sheriff's
Office seized the above-
described property on or about
October 4, 2005, at or near
Southport Ranch, Kissimmee,
Osceola County, Florida. A com-
plaint for Forfeiture, pursuant to
the Florida Contraband Forfei-
ture Act, Sections 932.701-707,
Florida Statutes' (2003) has
been filed in the Circuit Court in
and for OSCEOLA County, Flori-
da.
If no claimant appears and no
claim is filed, a request will be
made for an immediate hearing
and Final Order of Forfeiture.
Is/ Janet Ann McDonald
JANET ANN McDONALD
Osceola County Sheriff's Office
2601 E. Irlo Bronson Highway
Kissimmee, Florida
Telephone: (407) 348-1100
Florida Bar #: 0286060.
October 22, 29, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Case Number: Cl 05-OC-2253.
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF
2002 NISSAN X-Terra
VIN #: 5N1MD28T82C557204
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDINGS
TO ALL PERSONS WHO
CLAIM AN INTEREST IN THE
FOLLOWING PROPERTY,
2002 NISSAN X-Terra
VIN #: 5N1 MD28T82C557204
The Osceola County Sheriff's
Office .seized the above-
described property on or about
September 30,2005, at or near
South Orange Blossom Trail'and
Palmetto, Kissimmee, Osceola
County, Florida. f' complaint .for
Forfeiture, pursuant to the Flori-
da Contraband Forfeiture Act,
Sections 932.701-707, Florida
Statutes (2003) has been filed in
the Circuit Court in and for
OSCEOLA County, Florida.
If no claimant appears and no
claim is filed, a request will be
made for an immediate hearing
and Final Order of Forfeiture.
Is/l Janet Ann McDonald
JANET ANN McDONALD
Osceola County Sheriff's Office
2601 E. Irlo Bronson Highway
Kissimmee, Florida
Telephone: (407) 348-1100
Florida Bar #: 0286060.
October 22, 29, 2005


iN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE Number: 05-PR-000392.
Probate Division.
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
BARRY TODD DIEHL,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the
Estate of BARRY TODD DIEHL,
File Number: PR 05-PR-
000392, is pending in the Circuit
Court for OSCEOLA County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is: Two Court-
house Square, Kissimmee,
Florida, 34741. The personal
representative of the estate of
,- DAWN ROSE DIEHL, whose
mailing address is: 1897 The
Oaks Boulevard, Kissimmee,
Flonrida 33070. The name and
address of the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth
below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to file with
the Clerk of above-named Court
a written statement of any claim
or demand they may have. Each
claim must be in writing and
must indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or attor-

will become due shall be stated.
If the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of
uncertainty shall be stated. If the
claim is contingent or unliquidat-
ed, the nature of uncertainty
shall be stated. If the claim is
secured, the security shall be
described. The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of claim
to the clerk to enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
representative.
All interested persons in this
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenges
the validity of the decedent's will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, or venue or juris-


diction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
DATE of the first publication of
this Notice of Administatlon:
October 22, 2005,
/s/!Dawn Rose Diehl
DAWN ROSE DIEHL
Personal Representative
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Is/A. Clifton Black
A. CLIFTON BLACK, Esquire
Florida Bar No.: 145837.
104 South Clyde Avenue
Kissimmee, Florida 34741
Telephone: (407) 932-1115
Fax #: (407) 932-1097
October 22, 29, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: PR 05-PR-000439.
DIVISION: _____.
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
JEAN STEFFEE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
SThe administration of the
Estate of JEAN STEFFEE,
deceased, whose date of death
was December 25, 2003, File
Number: PR 05-PR-000439, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
OSCEOLA County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of
which is: Osceola County Court-
house, 2 Courthouse Square,
Suite 2000, Kissimmee, Florida
34741. The names and address-
. es of the -personal representa-
tive and the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate, on whom a copy of this
notice Is served, must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
-PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER DECEDENT'S DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this Notrice is: October
22, 2005.
Personal Representative:
ELIZABETH DEGTOFF
1650 Palmetto Lane
Sarasofa, Florida 34236
Attorney for
Personal Representative:
W. LEE McGINNESS
Florida Bar No. 0520550.
MacLEOD, McGINNESS
& BOWMAN, P.A.
1800 Second Street, Suite 971
Sarasota, Florida 34236 c
Telephone: (941) 954-8788
Fax #: (407) 954-5974
*October 22, 29, 2005



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR.OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: PR 05-PR-000422.
DIVISION: _____.
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
CONCEPTION FLORES,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
Estate of CONCEPTION FLO-
RES, deceased, whose date of
death was September 15, 2004,
is pending in the Circuit Court for
Osceola County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, File Number: PR
05-PR-000422, the address of
which is: 2 Courthouse Square,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons who have
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including'
unmatured, contingent or unliq-
uidated claims, and who have
been served a copy of this
notice, must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and. other persons who
have claims or demands against
the decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliq-


uldated claims, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER DECEDENT'S DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this Notrice is: October
22, 2005.
Personal Representative:
NAOMIMOYA
3419-3421 Main Street
Bridgeport, Connecticut 06606
Attorney for
Personal Representative:
DAVID W. VELIZ
Florida Bar No. 846368
DAVID W. VELIZ, P.A.
425 West Colonial Drive
Suite 103
Orlando, Florida 32804
Telephone: (407) 849-7072
October 22, 29, 2005



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER:
PR O5-PR-000470.
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
BERTHA MAE CODY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of 'the
estate BERTHA MAE CODY,
deceased,whose date of death
was September 3, 2005; File
Number: PR 05-PR-000470, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Osceola County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of
which is 2 Courthouse Square,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741-5491.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.-
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate, on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF- THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedents estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE,
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first Publication of
this notice is October 29, 2005.
Personal Representative:
Ramond G.'Cody
RAYMOND G. CODY
613 Avocado Street
St. Cloud, Florida 34769
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
TERRANCE H. DITTMER,
ESQ.
Florida Bar No. 210471
TERRANCE H. DITTMER, P.A.
PO.Box 540057
Orlando, Florida,32854-0057
Telephone: (407) 843-0348
October.29, 2005
November 5, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL CASE NUMBER:
CIl02-MF-1571.
THE ESTATE OF:
BRUCE CONNORS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GRACE HOLLEY, et al.,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
pursuant to the Default Final
Judgment of Mortgage Foreclo-
sure entered ih-the above-styled
cause, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
OSCEOLA COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, 2 Courthouse Square,
Suite 2600, Room 2602, Kissim-
mee, Florida, at 11:00 o'clock
A.M., on NOVEMBER 21,2005,
the following described property
as set forth in said Default Final
Judgment of Mortgage Foreclo-
sure to-wit:
Lot No. 5 and 12, less the South
115 feet of Lot 12, of ST. CLOUD
MANOR ESTATES, Unit Three
Map of Section 36, Township 26
South, Range 30 East, accord-


Ing.to the Official Plat thereof, as
recorded In Plat Book 1, Page
413, Public Records of Osceola
County Florida
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs accommo-
dation in order to participate in
this proceedings, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to the pro-
vision of certain assistance.
Please contact: Court Adminis-
tration at 2 Courthouse Square,
Suite 6300, Kissimmee, Florida
34741, Telephone: (407) 343-
2417, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this
described notice: if you are hear-
ing or voice impaired, call 1-
(800) 955-8771.
DATED on this 21st day of
October 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Betsy Quinones
BETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk
October 29, 2005
November 5, 2005


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehi-
cles on NOVEMBER 10, 2005,
9:00 A.M., at 4691 South
Orange Blossom Trail, Kissim-
mee, Florida 34746-6231, pur-
suant to Subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes.
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
reserves the right to accept or
reject any and/or all bids
1) 1982 FORD
VIN #: 1FDEE14F6CHBO3968
2) 1996 FORD
VIN #: 1FMDU32XXTUB79545
3) 1988 CHEVY
VIN #: 1GNCS18R4J0180947
4) 1992 BUICK
VIN #: 2G4WB14L2N1429999
5) 1984 MAZDA
VIN #: JM1FB3313EO833857
6) 1985 MAZDA
VIN #8 JM1 FB3314F0863919
October 29, 2005



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
OSCEOLA AUTO' SALVAGE.
.gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these
vehicles on NOVEMBER 26,
2005, 9:00 A.M., at 4691 South
Orange Blossom Trail, Kissim-
mee, Florida 34746-6231, pur-
suant to Subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes.
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
reserves the right to accept or
reject any and/or all bids.
1) 1991 CHEVROLET
VIN #: 1G1LV13TXMY124125
2) 1989 MITSUBISHI
VIN #: JA3BR56V6KZ000502
October 29, 2005


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC AUCTION
As of NOVEMBER 11, 2005,
at 9:00 A.M., the vehicles/ ves-
sels listed below shall be sold at
Public Auction for cash at RUS-
SELL'S R & S AUTO REPAIR
AND TOWING SERVICE INC.,
2720 13th Street, St. Cloud,
Florida 34769.
Telephone, (407) 892-5466
1) 1991 FORD
VIN #: 1FMDA31U5MZB54010
2) 1992 CHEVROLET
VIN #: 1G1JC5442N7185049
3) 2000 SATURN'
VIN #;: 1G8ZF5280YZ169555
October 29, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER:
PR O5-PR-000470.
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
BERTHA MAE CODY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate BERTHA MAE CODY,
deceased,whose date of death
was September 3, 2005; File
Number: PR 05-PR-000470, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Osceola County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of
which is 2 Courthouse Square,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741-5491.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate, on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE ,LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.-
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedents estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE


OF THE .FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE,
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED'
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first Publication of
this notice is October 29, 2005.
Personal Representative:
Raymond G. Cody
RAYMOND G. CODY
613 Avocado Street
St. Cloud, Florida 34769
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/Terrance H. Dittmer, ESQ.
Florida Bar No. 210471
TERRANCE H. DITTMER, P.A.
P.O.Box 540057
Orlando, Florida 32854-0057
Telephone: (407) 843-0348
October 29, 2005
November 5, 2005


LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGS
FOR THE OPENING OF
RIGHT-OF-WAY
ROBERT D. TROST
The Board of County Com-
miissioners will hear a Petition
from Robert D. Trost to open
right-of-way section: 35 ft. road
right of way lying in Section 2
and 11, Township 27 South,
Range 30 East, within the Plat of
Seminole Iland & Investment*
Company Subdivision: .
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
For a Point of Begining, com-
mence at the intersection of a
point on the Southerly right-of-
way line of Fanny Bass Road as
it now exist and the centerline of
a 35 foot road as shown on the
plat of THE SEMINOLE LAND
AND INVESTMENT COMPA-
NY'S SUBDIVISION of Secion
2, Township 27S, Range 30E, as
recorded in Plat Book "B", Page
35, Public Records of Osceola
County, Florida; thence run in a
southerly direction, along the
centerline of said 35 foot road
right-of-way lying between lots
115 and 126 to the west and lots
114 and 12' to the east to the
south line of said Section 2;
thence continue in a southerly
direction along the centerline of
said 35 foot road right-of-way as
shown on the plat of
THE SEMINOLE LAND AND
INVESTMENT COMPANY'S
SUBDIVISION of section 11,
Township 27 S, Range 30 E, as
recorded in Plat Book "B", Page
40, Public Records of Osceola
County, Florida;said 35 foot
right-of-way lying between lots 3,
14, 19, and 30 to the west and
lots 2, 15, 18, and 31 to the
east, to the south lines of lots 30
and 31 of said subdivision for a
Point of Ending. Said description
of the road right-of-way to
encompass a width of 35 feet
lying 7.5 feet on both sides of the
centerline as heretofore
described.
The Public Hearing will be
held on Monday, November 7,
2005 at 1:30 p.m. in the Osceo-
la County Commission Cham-
bers, 1 Courtouse Square, 4th
Floor, Kissimmee, Florida.
The purpose of this petition
for a road opening is to allow for
access to the property to build a
single family residence.
OSCEOLA COUNTY
ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT
1 Courthouse Square
Suite 1100
Kissimmee, Florida
34741(407) 343-2600
October 29, 2005



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehi-
cles on NOVEMBER 25, 2005,
9:00 A.M., at 4691 South
Orange Blossom Trail, Kissim-
mee, Florida 34746-6231, pur-
suant to Subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes.
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
reserves the right to accept or
reject any and/or all bids.
1) 1991 FORD
VIN #: 1FMDU32X3MUA32646
2) 1994 PONTIAC
VIN #: 1G2JB54H1R7597311
3) 1985 OLDSMOBILE
VIN #: 1G3GM47A2FP308330
4) 1992 OLDSMOBILE
VIN #: 1G3HN53L3NH358015
5) 1996 CHRYSLER
VIN #: 2C3HD56FOTH315496
6) 1992 BUICK
VIN #: 2G4WB14L2N1429999
7) 1975 FORD
VIN #: F15YNV83184
8) 1996 MITSUBISHI
VIN #: JA3AA31C2TU002730
9) 1995 MITSUBISHI
VIN #: JA4MR41H6SJ024278
10) 1991 HYUNDAI
VIN #: KMHVD12J5MU117654
October 29, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVILACTION NO. CI-05-ED-2283
PARCEL NUMBERS:
4-2733-0150
4-2733-0630

CITY OF ST. CLOUD, a municipal
corporation organized and existing
under the laws of the State of Florida,
Petitioner,
vs.
DIANE P. WEITZEL, TRUSTEE
UNDER THAT UNRECORDED
REVOCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT
ENTITLED DIANE P. WEITZEL
REVOCABLE TRUST, DATED
AUGUST 10, 1994; WILLIAM
HERNANDEZ, EUMELIA
HERNANDEZ, husband and wife;
FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION;
PATSY HEFFNER, OSCEOLA
COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR,

Respondents.
NOTICE OF ACTION IN EMINENT DOMAIN AND NOTICE OF
HEARING AND FOR CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE OF PROCESS
TO: RESPONDENTS set out on Schedule "A"
attached hereto and incorporated herein; and to all persons and
parties having or claiming any interest of any kind or nature what-
soever in the property described in Schedule "B" attached and
together with all persons and parties having or claiming to have
interests, by, though or against the above-named parties in the
property described in said Schedule "B".
A petition in eminent domain has been filed to acquire
certain property interests in Osceola County, Florida. The real
property described in the petition is set out on Schedule "B"
attached hereto.
Each Respondent is required to serve written defens-
es to the petition on Petitioner's attorney whose name and address
are THOMAS P. CALLAN, ESQUIRE, Thomas P. Callan, PA., 921
Bradshaw Terrace, Orlando, Florida 32806, on or before November,
28, 2005, and to file the original of the defenses with the clerk of.
this court either before service on the Petitioner's attorney or imme-
diately thereafter, showing what right, title, interest or lien the
Respondent has in or to the property described in the petition, and
to show cause why that property should not be taken for the uses
and purposes set forth in the petition. If.any Respondent fails to
do so, a default will be entered against that respondent for the relief
demanded in the petition.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a declaration of taking
has been filed in this cause and that Petitioner will apply for an
Order of Taking before the Honorable R. James Stroker, one of the
judges of the above-styled Court, on the 1st day of December, 2005
at 9:30 a.m. in Courtroom 5C at Osceola County Courthouse, 2
Courthouse Square, Kissimmee, Florida. All Respondents in this
action may request a hearing at the time and place designated and
be heard. Any Respondent failing to serve and file a request for
hearing on or before the return date provided herein shall waive
any right to object to the order of taking.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court on the
26th day of October, 2005.

LARRY WHALEY
As Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ Linda Phillips
LINDA PHILLIPS
As Deputy of the Court
s/Thomas P. Callan
Attorneys for Petitioner
City of St. Cloud
Thomas P. Callan, Esq.
Florida Bar No. 729050
G. Robertson Dilg, Esq.
Florida Bar No. 362281
THOMAS P. CALLAN, P.A.
921 Bradshaw Terrace
Orlando, Florida 32806
Tel: (407) 426-9141


SCHEDULE "A"
Parcel 4-2733-0150
Diane P. Weitzel, Trustee under that
unrecorded Revocable Trust Agreement
entitled Diane P. Weitzel Revocable Trust,
dated August 10, 1994
5700 Lake Lizzie Drive
St. Cloud, FL 34771


Landowner


Parcel 4-2733-0630
William Hernandez Landowner
2419 Josefina Drive
Kissimmee, FL 34744
Eumelia Hernandez Landowner.
2419 Josefina Drive
Kissimmee, FL 34744 .
Florida Power Corporation Easement contained in.
Serve: Corporation Service Company instrument recorded in
Reg.Agent 1201 Hays Street Official Records Book 73,
Tallahassee FL 32301-2525 Page 56, Public Records
of Osceola County, Florida.

All Parcels
Patsy Heffner As to interest in any parcel included
Osceola County Tax Collector herein and made a part hereof.
360 N. Beaumont Avenue
Kissimmee, FL 3474f -


SCHEDULE "B"
PARCEL #4-2733-0150
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
THE WESTERLY 25.00 FEET OF THE EASTERLY 55.00 FEET OF
LOT 33, THE SEMINOLE LAND AND INVESTMENT COMPANY'S-
(INCORPORATED) SUBDIVISION OF SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP,
26 SOUTH, RANGE 30 EAST, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK B,
PAGE 6, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF OSCEOLA COUNTY-
FLORIDA. "
CONTAINING 8,349 SQUARE FEET, MORE OR LESS.
PARCEL #4-2733-0630
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
THE SOUTH 17.00 FEET OF LOT 1, STONE REPLAT, ALL IN-
SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP 26 SOUTH, RANGE 30 EAST, AS;
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 8, PAGE 5, PUBLIC RECORDS OF,
OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CONTAINING 2,548 SQUARE FEET, MORE OR LESS.
October29, 2005
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I 100-Announcements I

MOD COWBOY
STORE CLOSING SALE!!!
Starting 9/30/05
10AM-6PM, Monday-Saturday,
Sunday 11AM-4PM
For Liquidation!l!
Western Wear!
Bamboo Furniture!
Fountains!!!
2530 E. Irlo Bronson Hwy.
KIsslmmee
(407) 847-5937
Permit# 05-0001
120-Lost and Found

SLOST!!! 10/15/05. Orange Cat. Short-hair,
,-white paws, white tipped tail. Main 192
area.
:,Reward!it (407) 933-0405.
^ 140-Livestock/Poultry I

CHICKENS FOR SALE. 1/Rooster &
8/Hens, 4Narieties. Approximately 1/Year
.Old. $75.
(407) 847-2276.
155-Free to Good Home

"FREE-Adorable kitten to good home. 8
weeks old. 407-396-0367.,
170-Professional
Services

S ACCELERATED COURIER
S SERVICES, INC.
Save Gas Save Time
Try Our Service For $9.99
*Bank Deposits
*Legal Documents
*and Much More!
(407) 908-5598


WHEN DISASTER STRIKES
WILL YOU BE COVERED?
*Certified Home Inventories
*Photographic Inventory
Documented Serial Numbers
& Model Numbers
We Document It We Testify To It!
1-800-WE-SPY-4-U
190-Legal Services



INCORPORATION
DIVORCE
1 Signature Divorce
Missing Spouse Divorce
We Come To You
1-888-705-7221
,j 205-Childcare

FAMILY DAYCARE SW Orlando. Curric-
'ulum, meals, Christian environment. Mon-
day-Thursday, 7am-6pm. Friday, 7am-
5:30pm. 407-850-0547.
IN-HOME CHILDCARE
Monday Friday
6am-6pm
407-348-2534
321-231-4610
215-Wedding Svc.

BUCKEYE PROMOTIONS CO.
*Search Lights
*Giant Advertising Balloons
*Sign Rentals I*ce Sculptures
Daily, Weekly,
Monthly Rentals Available
*Grand Openings
*Sales *Promotions -Weddings
1-407-489-9894
VISA MC

230-Building Contractor
i FRANK STARKEY, INC.
Carports, Screen Rooms, Vinyl Siding,
Termite Repair,
General Contracting.
Local Contractori CBCO52168
407-891-0234 '
407-709-8116


240-Roofing Contractor

DAN'S ROOFING INC.
GET THE BEST ROOF IN TOWN
Roofing Repair Specialist.
Phone 407-925-9829.
CCC055608.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Free Inspections, Old and New.
Financing Available.
NEED A ROOFER?
NO PAYMENTS FOR 1 YEAR!
Owens Corning
Preferred Contractor
Over 45,000 Roofs Since 1963!
FREE ROOF ESTIMATES
(407)-859-1414
S & D Roofing
Lic. CCC1326148
Visa, MC, Am Ex, Discover
245-Construction

BUCK DUNN INC.
*Ceiling Repair -Carpentry
*Painting
Licensed/Insured
References Available
321-624-3868
407-892-3913
247-Screen
Installation/Repair

ALL AMERICAN RESCREEN
*Rescreening -Minor Repairs
No Job Too Big Or Small
11/yrs. Experienced
Licensed/Insured
Free Estimates
407-928-5909
BUFFINGTON ALUMINUM
407-922-4868
"Doing It Right Here For 34 Years"-
Screen Replacement
Screen Enclosures -
Repairs
Rooms
Soffit/Siding
Five Year Warranty
CUSTOM POOL
Enclosures & Rescreens
407-870-8936
Cutting Edge Construction
CBC1252128
FREE ESTIMATES!
Pool enclosures, screen rooms,
rescreens, etc. 25/yrs. experience in
Central Florida.
Licensed/Bonded/Insured
References provided.-
Majestic Custom Enclosures
SC#C045058
407-348-7631, 352-398-6142
POOL ENCLOSURES
& RESCREENS
Licensed, Bonded, Insured
Free Estimates
ALUMA-TECH, INC.'
1-888-340-8181
Fax: 1-800-856-8316
alumatech@email.com
Osceola Lic# ALU-031
Fla Reg# RX0046764

255-Handyman
"HONEY DO"
Home Repairs, Painting, Tile, Drywall
30Yrs. Experience. Lic./Ins.
No Job Too Small.
(407) 859-1492, (407) 709-8244.
All major credit cards accepted
15 YEAR'S EXPERIENCE
IN ALL HOME REPAIRS!
No Job Too Small!
Senior Discount
Free Estimates
For Professional Service
Call Guy
(407) 276-22459
JEFF'S HANDYMAN
& PRESSURE WASHING
-Remodeling -Additions
-Trash Removal
Repairs To Residential
& Mobile Homes.
Licensed & Insured
Call (407) 873-0179


F.C.
HANDYMAN
AND LANDSCAPING
Home Improvement
SCarpentry Drywall
Tile Painting
Int/Ext
Lawn Care
Mowing Edging More
Free Estimates Lic/Ins
407-816-4223 407-666-3022
Credit Cards Accepted
FRANK A. BOCCANFUSO, INC.
Free Estimates
Tile, Painting, Sheet Rock, Trim,
Windows, Doors And Cabinets
Licensed And Insured
407-957-6966
407-319-880
MR. HANDYMAN
No Job Too Small!
*Electrical *Painting
*Ceiling Fans *Windows
*Doors .Pressure Cleaning *More!
407-891-1007
SIR FIX-A-LOT
Handyman, Small Job Specialist
Free Estimates, Fully Insured.
Call 407-288-6859

270-Pools and Spas |

G&G SERVICES, LLC
Pool decks resurfaced & repaired. Acrylic
coating, knock down finish, stamp overlay,
pressure washing.
Licensed/Insured
407-973-7999
KRYSTAL KLEAR
POOL MAINTENANCE
For As Little As $15/Week You Can Have
A Krystal Klear Worry Free Pool.
Licensed/Insured/CPO Certified
407-702-8886
NELSON POOLS
FALL SPECIAL
Full Service Includes:
*Chemicals *Brushing
*Vacuum As Needed
*Filter Cleaned
Most Pools $75/mo.
407-846-0519
Licensed & Insured

275-Appliance
Sales/Repairs

AAA CHARLES
Appliance Repair
Totally Free Service Calls
Same Day Service
(407) 847-3097 (407) 859-8050
MARVIN'S APPLIANCES
For Sale: Quality used washers, dryers,
stoves, refrigerators, completely recondi-
tioned. $100 & Up. Guaranteed!
Delivery'Available. Parts,
In Home Repair available.
407-846-4448.
MC/Visa accepted.
OSCEOLA REFRIGERATION &
Major Appliance Service
Totally Free Service Calls
Same Day Repairs
Reputable Service. 17/Yrs. Kissimmee.
(407) 348-8300
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I 280-Home Improvement I


GARAGE DOOR SALES & SERVICE
All Brands Of Openers Sold & Repaired
30Yrs. Experience. Lic./Ins.
(407.) 856-1924, (407) 709-8244
All major credit cards accepted


FIXX A HOME
Pressure Washing Painting
Repairs Remodeling
Licensed Insured
407-857-3025
Mobile: 407-873-5157

HURRICANE SHUTTERS
*Panels *Accordion *Roll Up
Factory Direct Custom Made
321-230-6222
'MOORE'S GARAGE DOORS
Doors $850
Broken Springs $160
Balance $100
Bottom Rubber $150
Openers $285
Individual Sections Replaced $300
Kissimmee (407) 301-6075
REMODELING, REPAIR,
ROOM ADDITIONS
New Home, Barn &
Warehouse Construction
Licensed/Certified Building Contractor
CB-C037814
Insured, Experienced, Reliable,
Affordable.
Jobs Large Or Small
407-908-2267 .321-663-3202
SEAMLESS GUTTERS
Rain Run-off Destroying
Your Garden?
Exterior Paint Deteriorating
And Standing Water
Around Your House?
Call The Gutter Specialists
(407) 319-4278
(407) 346-8308

285-AC/Heating

ALL COUNTY AIR CONDITIONING
Service- Repair- Unit Change Outs
Free Estimate On New Units
State Certified. Insured. CAC1813534
Visa/MC Accepted
(407) 873-7462, (407) 935-9659

CLIMATIC MECHANIC LLC
Residential, Commercial
Light Industrial.
Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, Heating
Service & Installation.
Lic.#CAC058173
407-344-2127
321-231-4608
PIPER'S AC & HEATING, INC.
Install / Repair, 24/Hour Service
Osceola / Orange Counties
Visa / Mastercard Accepted
(407) 343-7973
Lic. #CAC1814148

I 305-Svc. General


E & L TOWING
One Call For
Quality Car Service
Serving Orange
& Osceola Counties
Se Habla Espahol
407-288-2835


315-Carpet Cing.

IDEAL CARPET CARE, INC.
Carpet, Tile, Grout & Upholstery
Special!!
3 ROOMS FOR $45
Carpet Cleaning & Deoderizing
CALL (407) 709-2362
330-Home/Office
Cleaning

ROSE RUCKER CARE
Home Care & Cleaning
Meal Preparation
Errands
Shopping
Transportation
Laundry
Rose: (407) 361-2411
#4090-90317

| 340-Moving/Hauling

BOBCAT & DUMPTRUCK WORK
Vance's Hauling LLC
(407) 892-6754
350-TV/VCR Repair

ALFRED'S TV REPAIR
All Make Big Screen TV's
Antenna Installations.
Pr6mpt Service.
Alfred (407) 850-9086.

370-Lawn Maintenance

GREENER GARDENS
Landscape & Maintenance
Service, Inc.
Mowing Trimming Weeding
Edging Hauling Mulch Grading
Licensed/Insured Free Estimates
Residential/Commercial
Phone: 407-892-2264
Cell: 407-346-5712
RAY'S LAWN MOWING
Mowing, Edging, Trimming and
Branches Cut. Reasonable Rates. Reli-
able Service. Please call 407-402-4196.


380-Fence
Sales & Service

FENCING
*Wood *Chain Link -PVC'
We Do All Repairs
& Complete New Jobs Too!
Licensed/Insured/Experienced
FREE ESTIMATES
Call Mike 407-932-0553

395-Tree Service
KELLY OUTDOOR
*TRIMMING -REMOVAL
*STUMP GRINDING
"SERVING OSCEOLA COUNTY
SINCE 1987"
FREE ESTIMATES
LICENSED, INSURED
(407) 396-6729
J.D.'S TREE Service. Free Estimates.
28/years experience. Topping, Trimming,
Tree Removal. 957-4012.
PAUL NOLZ TREE SERVICE
*Trimming GRemoving
-Stump Grinding'
(407) 957-7943


John's Home Repdirs

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INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING
PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE
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S 415-D.J. Services
DJ FOR HIRE!
All Sorts Of Parties,
Weddings, Birthdays!
Whatever The Occassion!
SAVE NOW!
(407) 873-8174
420-Concrete

ANDY KOSINSKI, INC.
Concrete Contractor ,
Residential Commercial
Call 407-346-1163
BULLET CONCRETE
House, Slabs, Patios, Drives, Etc.
Free Estimates
(407)891-1608
QUALITY CONCRETE FINISHING
Affordable Prices.
Free Estimates. Lic/Ins.
No Job Too Small!
Aggregate Concrete
407-908-0411

425-Stucco/Masonry'

WORK WANTED. Block, brick,'stone. Li-
censed & bonded. Call Brenda at 321-
766-2774 or 407-301-8210.
I 445-Irrigation

AQUATIC IRRIGATION
And Landscape
Sod Installation French Drains
Free Estimates
407-484-9160
Don't Drag That Hose Around
Anymore!
State Reg. Lic.#080
Credit Cards Accepted
DELUXE SERVICES
Repair, Install, Maintain:
*Irrigation & Sprinkler Systems
*Pumps .Tanks -Water Treatment
*Swimming Pool Equipment
Licensed/Insured
407-957-6648


SPARKLING JACK'S IRRIGATION
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Announcements 100
Personals 105'
Situations Wanted 11-0
Fitness/Weight Control 115
Health & Nutrition 117
Lost and Found 120
Miscellaneous 125
Wanted To Buy 130
Wanted To Trade 135


ANIMALS:
Livestock/Poultry 140
Horses 145
Pets For Sale 150
Free To Good Home 155
Pet Services/Supplies 160 '

SERVICES:


Recycling 164
Computer Service 165
Professional Services 170
Financial Services 175
Money To Lend 180
Accounting/Tax Services .185
Legal Services 190
Insurance 195
Credit Services 200
Childcare 205
Travel Services. 210
Wedding Services 215
Notary Services .220
Photography 225
Building/Contractor 230
Paving Contractor 235
Roofing Contractor 240
Construction 245
Drafting/Design 247
Mobile Home Repairs 250
Handyman 255
Pest Control .260
Carpet/Vinyl Installation 265


Pools and Spas 270
Appliance Sales/Repairs ... .275
Home Improvement 280
AC/Heating 285
Vertical Mini Installation 290
Plaster/Drywall ...295
Wallpapering/Painting .........300
Services General .........305
Ceramic Tile 310
Carpet Cleaning 315
Phone Services 319
Electrical Services .320
Plumbing Services ...325
Home/Office Cleaning Services...................330
Window Cleaning ...335
Moving/Hauling Services ...340
Limo Services 345
T.V./VCR Repair 350
Satellite/Services .........352
Computer Repair ..... ........... .. .............355
, Pressure Cleaning ...360
Musical Instrument Repair 365
Lawn Maintenance 370
Landscape Contractor 375
Fence Sales & Service 380
Security 385
Tractor Mowing 390
Tree Service... 395
Upholstery 400
Well Drilling 405
Dirt Services ...410
Disc Jockey Services ...415
Concrete .....................420
Masonry 425
Welding ......430
Carpentry. .435
Cabinets ..440
Irrigation ....... ..................... 445
Locksmith Services ........450
Furniture Refinishing 455
Lakefront/Canal Cleaning 460
Sod Installation. 465
Printing Services ...470
Painting 475
Swimming Instruction 480
Beauty Care Services .485
Healthcare Services 490
Adolescent Counseling... 491
Sewing/Alterations ...........495


Monogramming 496
Musical Instruction 500
Educational Services 505
Secretarial Services 510
Care For The Elderly..................... ........... 515
Catering Services 520
Business Opportunity 525
Investment Opportunity 530
Businesses For Sale' 535
ITEMS FOR SALE:
Garage Sales Kissimmee 540
Garage Sales St. Cloud 545
Garage Sale Orlando 547
Merchandise Wanted 550
Medical Equipment 555
Auctions 560
Bicycles. 565
Clothing 570
Exercise Equipment 575
Business Merchandise 580
Jewelry 585
For Sale/General 590
Utility Trailers 595
Antiques/Collectibles 600
Hay 605
Appliances 610
Plumbing Parts 615
Air Conditioners/Heat Pumps .......................620
Furnishings 625
Firewood 630
Lawn & Garden Supplies 635
Building Supplies 640
Produce 645
Recipes 650
Sporting Goods 655
Computer Equipment 660
Musical Instruments 665
TV/Stereo/VCR 670
Satellite Systems 675
Restaurant Equipment 680
Commercial Equipment 685
Farm Equipment 690
Equipment. Rentals 695

EMPLOYMENT:
Help Wanted/General ..700


Retail/Cashiers. 705'
Travel Agent., ...710
Hotel/Motel ...715
Restaurant Lounge 720
Clerical 725
Accounting/Bookkeeping 730
Educational 735
Security 740
Insurance 745
Telemarketing... 750
Sales 755
Beautician/Cosmetology 760'
Nail Tech 765
Maintenance......... 770
Crafts, Trades & Skills 775
Industrial 777
Technical 780
AC/Heating Mechanics 785
Automotive 790
Professional 795
Bank/Financial 800
Management 805
Medical 810
Construction 815
Farm Workers 820
Warehouse 825
Babysitter Wanted 830
Position Wanted........... ...835

REAL ESTATE RENTAL:

W anted to Rent/Buy ...................................1004
Prof. Prop. Management' 1005
Home Inspections 1006
Rooms ...1010
Roommates 1015
Apartments ...1020
Efficiencies .....1025
Cottages 1030
Villas 1035
Townhouses 1040
Homes .1045
Condos .1050
Duplexes 1055
Mobile Homes 1060
Mobile Home Lot Rental 1062
Travel Trailers ...1065
RV's 1070
RV Lots 1075


Banquet Halls 1080
'Office Space 1085
Retail Space ..........1090
Warehouses 1095
Pasture Stable ...1100
Hunting Prop. 1105
Tim eshares...........................................:....1110
Vacation ........................1115
Storage/Garage 1120
Real Estate For Sale ..1130
H om es ........................1135
Duplexes 1140
Townhouses 1145
Apartments .1150
Condos ............1155
Villas ...1160
Mobile Homes ...1165
Mobile Home Lots 1170
Out of State 1175
Out of Area ...1180
Farms & Ranches 1185
Property 1190
Commercial/Income 1195
Waterfront 1200
Oceanfront 1205
Lots/Acreage 1210
Cemetery 1215
RVLots 1220
Warehouses 1225
TRANSPORTATION:
Vehicle Transport/Delivery... ... ............ 1250
Auto/Truck Repair ....1255
Auto Detailing 1260
Auto Parts/Accessories ..............................1265
Vans .......................1270
Trucks .................... 1275
Campers 1280
Travel Trailers : ..........1285
R.V.'s & Motorhomes .... ....................... 1290
Motorcycles ..1295
ATV's .........1297
Headliner Vinyl Tops., ................................ 1300
Automobiles ....................1305
Autos Wanted .........1310
Vehicle Rentals.......... .................... 1315
Boat/Outboard Repair...............................1320
Boats... ..1325


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6/chairs, futon with 2/mattresses, house-
hold items, clothing, much more.
Fri.10/28, Sat.10/29, Sun.10/30. 8am-
4pm.
FINAL SALE! All items reduced! Desk, ta-
bles, furniture and lots more! Ready to
deal! 1824 Tanglewood Drive. 1/2 Mile
South Pleasant Hill, East on Greentree,
South on Tanglewood. 10/28 & 10/29,
7AM-2PM.
GARAGE SALE Sat.10/29. 8am-???
2306 Kings Crest Rd. off Neptune. Many
items!
MOVING SALE Sat.10/29, Sun.10/30.
9am-??? Household goods, furniture,
clothes: 2604 Huntington Ct., Pebble Point
Subd. off Boggy Creek.
MOVING SALE Sat.10/29. 8am-5pm. 439
Long Dr., Poinciana. Some furniture, kitch-
en items.
MOVING SALE Sat.10/29. 8am-6pm.
4471 Tamrmi Lane (off qf Old Tampa Hwy.)
Furniture, riding mower, push mower,
table/chairs, much misc.
MOVING SALE 2744 Miami Terrace.
Friday, 10/28. Saturday, 10/29. 9AM-???.
Lots of Stuff.
MOVING SALE- Poinciana
510 Brentford Ct. Roland piano, wood
wash stand w/pitcher & bowl, bureau,
desk, lamps, appliances. Call 407-931-
2764.
MOVING- bedroom, living room, lamps,
paintings, Chandelier, rugs, size/10
clothes, plants, Nordic Trac Rider. Lake
Cecile Drive. 407-470-3468.
YARD SALE Sat.10/29. 8am-??? 2335
W.Patrick off Thacker.


MULTI FAMILY Yard sale. Sat.10/29.
8am-??? 2530 Sunset Dr. off Donegan
between OBT and John Young. Antiques,
collectibles, furniture, misc.
RENT BOOTH at Yard Sale/Bazaar, $10.
Saturday-Nov.5th. Shingle Creek united
Methodist Church. Call to reserve 407-
396-6364.
YARD SALE. Saturday Only. 10/29. 1712
Bruce Street, off Thacker Avenue. 8AM-
2PM.
545-Garage Sales
St. Cloud

COMMERCIAL: FREEZER, Ice Maker,
Prep Table, Slicer, Electric Fryer, Meat
Saw, Pool Table. Friday, Saturday, Sun-
day. 70 N. Kenansville Road, Kenansville.
407-436-1544.
GARAGE SALE. Saturday & Sunday,
8AM-3PM. 602 Dakota Ave.
GARAGE SALE. Something for everyone!
Friday-10/28 & Saturday-10/29 at Pine
Lake Drive, St.Cloud.
HUGE WAREHOUSE SALE!!!
Liquidating Scratch & Dent
Furniture, Bedding Pictures
& More! Open 6 Days Per Week!
Everything Must Go!
1112 C. Quotation Ct.,
Off Old Hickory Tree

MOVING / GARAGE SALE. 1105 Monroe
Ave, In Back Of Evelyn's Seafood. Friday
& Saturday, 7AM-3:30PM. '
I 560-Auctions

MACHINE & TOOL AUCTION
Sat.11/05, 10am
9th Street At Highway 50
Winter Garden
Model T Ford, Tons Of Tools, Engines,
And More!
877-742-1989
AB2140 AU2888
www.yosties.com
590-For Sale General
14K GOLD And jade turtle pendant and
earrings. $25 obo. 321-939-6789.
GREAT FOR Newborn! Gently used bas-
sinet for boy or girl. (Light green, Precious
Moments pattern) $25. 407-791-1873,
leave message.
HOMEMADE JEWELRY Box. $20. Small
color TV. $35. Coffee table. .$13. 407-892-
0910.
HOT TUB/SPA $1795.
LOADED!! New! 110/volts. Waterfall with
LED lights, cup holders, bucket seats.
Free delivery..
407-870-7549
PASTEL BALL Python, female, $425.
Handmade wood bunkbeds, $150. Wood-
en dresser, $75. Call 407-343-0131.
POOL TABLE Brand new, gorgeous 8'
wood table. 1" slate, leather pockets.
Never used! Cost $5K, sell $1295. 407-
846-8822.
595-Utility Trailers
6X12X6 ENCLOSED Trailer. 2003. Single
axle, side door and ramp door. Like new,
seldom used. $2500. 321-624-7003.
1 610-Appliances I

AMANA WASHER- Super capacity. 12/cy-
cles, 3/speeds. 2/years old. Looks and
works great. $175. 407-933-7413.
CANCEL OR change classified ads by
calling The Osceola News-Gazette at
407-846-7600 before noon on. Friday..


%1 Osceola County

3 Courthouse Square


Suite 100

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625-Furnishings |

2 ROCKING CHAIRS (gliders), $35/each,
children (blue padding), very adorable.
Call Mon-Fri, 9am-12/noon or Saturday
evenings, 407-891-7085.
46" WIDE computer desk. Great for stud-
ent's room. Only $30. Call 407-957-9013.
ANTIQUE BED Frame (full), dresser w/full
mirror and nightstand, $250. 407-957-
5416.
BED $135. All brand new orthopedic,
2/piece, queen pillowtop set. 5/yr. warran-
ty. Can deliver. Also, full set $100. Twin
set $90. 407-846-8822.
BED $195. All New King! 3/piece ortho-
pedic pillowtop set. 5/yr. warranty. Can de-
liver. 407-846-2365.
CROSSLEY EXTRA Large Capacity Elec-
tric Dryer, like new, $150. Black wrought
iron canopy bed frame, queen size, $50.
321-766-7066.
PATIO FURNITURE, Paid $!400. Asking
$700. Handcrafted 3 Unit Bookcase, Paid
$800, Asking $400. (407) 957-3948.
I 635-Lawn & Garden I

DIXIE CHOPPER. 72" CUT.
41 Hours. $8600. 407-944-0692.
TRAILER 24' Tandem. $1,000.00.
(407) 847-6552.


700-Help Wanted General
$4000 TO $6000 MONTHLY
Join a national effort to assist
in the enrollment of the new
Part D prescription drug plan for
retirees on medicare.
Duties include
education and distribution of Part D
materials. You will work in
pharmacies and senior centers
in your local area.
Training is provided.
Call today to secure full
information.
407-870-2066

V V V V V

BARTON
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

Toll Collectors, Custodians
And Entry Level Supervisors
needed for
Kissimmee area.
Full & Part Time Available.

Free Life Insurance.
Paid Vacation.
Paid Training.
Background/Drug Test Required.

407-578-7106


ACTORS NEEDED for year around haunt-
ed attraction in Old Town. Full time/part
time. 407-847-7552.
ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
- Kissimmee CPA firm. Competitive salary
and benefits. Fax resume to: 407-847-
9641 or email:
team@sbc-cpa.com.
AMERICAN GREETINGS is looking for
motivated people to merchandise greeting
cards in local area retailers. 5-10 hours a
week, M-F. Call 1-800-543-4110, Code
2911, 8-5, M-F.
APPOINTMENT
SETTERS *
Flex. hrs. setting appts.
1 appt. per hr. w/no selling.
Leads furnished, so..........
don't just sit around
wasting your day, start making
MONEY today!
Salary + benefits.
AmeriLife & Health Services
Call 407-870-2066

BABYSITTERS Area Hotels. Quick
Cash. Daytime A Plus. (407) 812-1392.
Listen To Entire Message.
BILINGUAL ENGLISH/SPANISH
For real estate school assistant. Full or
part time.
No experience needed.
Send resume fax 407-935-0787 or
email info@TREI.INFO
CHEER COACH Needed to teach child-
ren's cheerleading program in Kissimmee.
Call toll free 866-236-2767.
CHILDCARE CENTER seeks a responsi-
ble, caring & experienced classroom
teacher for our 2/year olds, FT. 6:15AM-
2PM. Fax resume to: (407) 847-7952 or
apply in person at: 122 W. Sproule. (407)
847-2575.

CLEANERS WANTED
Crew Members Needed
For New Home
Construction Cleaning.
Must Be Able To Lift 35/Lbs. '
And Climb Ladders.
Competitive Wages
Cleaning Professionals, Inc.
1426 Park Commerce Ct.
St.Cloud
Call (407)-891-9266

DELIVERY DRIVER. PT, Flexible, On
Call. Large Reliable Vehicle. Central Kis-
simmee Resident Preferred. (407) 812-
1392, Ext. 2.
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!
No experience required. CDL training in
your area. Covenant Transport has imme-
diate openings for entry-level semi drivers.
Our avg. 1st. year solo drivers earn $700-
$900 per wk. Teams earn $100K-$125K
first year. Plus excellent benefits. Region-
al runs get you home'weekly.
1-800-554-7364


Kambuck Resources, LLC


KISSIMMEE LOCATION


Mortgage Broker 24 Hr. Pre-License
3 Days November 11 13

Cedar Plaza 2262 E. Irlo Bronson Mem. Hw.

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DRIVERS Quality Hometimel
Sign on bonus.
Health/Life/Dental/Vision.
401 K/Paid vacation.
23 YOA, 2 yrs. experience.
OTR/CDL-A.
Honey Transport
Cathy: 800-996-2953


DRIVERS Start Immediately. $600-$900
(Or More) Week. Benefits. No Heavy Lift-
ing, 6/Day Week. Home Every Night. A
CDL. (866) 666-8524.
DRIVERS
BIG RIGS = BIG BUCKS
Co. Is .35 Base+ .03mpg
Own Ops Is Up To $1.20/Mile
HOME MOST WEEKENDS
Direct Deposit, Good Miles,
Benefits, 100% FSC To 0/0's
Call Daryl (800) 274-4110
FIRE EXTINGUISHER Tech needed. No
experience necessary. Will train. Trans-
portation required. Bilingual helpful. Call
407-846-3188.
FOOD & BEVERAGE- Friday, Saturday, &
Sunday a must! Experience a plus! 407-
846-2811.


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DRY CLEANING Drop-Store, F/T & P/T,
St.Cloud. Experience preferred. 407-898-
0394.
EXPERIENCED ROOFERS needed. Top
pay. Call 407-854-5111.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
AVAILABLE!!!

Earn $$ up to $300 per day as a Cable TV
Service Technician in the Orlando, FL met-
ropolitan area. Experience in the telecom-
munications field preferred.
For more details call:
407-678-9001 or 919-201-5364
Painters needed with experience and
own transportation. 407-414-1315.


REAL ESTATE STORE, INC.
513 W. Vine St. (W. Hwy. 192)
Kissimmee, FL 34741
407.847.7117


JOB TITLE
Appraiser ........... .
Architectural Svcs Office Mgr. .
Civ Eng III (Stormwater Mgmt).
Civ Eng III Transportation. .
Civilian Technician .. ..... .
C lerk ...... .... ....
Commercial Inspector ..... .
Convention Sales Manager ...
Corrections Officer...... .
Emergency Mgmt Specialist...
Fire Inspector .............
GIS Technician.............
Groundskeeper ...... .. ..
Heavy Equipment Mechanic...
Inspector ............ .....


SALARY/HOURLY
. .. .. $35.926-$53,902
. . $55,722-$83.587
. .. 48,135-$72,226
. .... $48,135-$72,226
. $23,170-$34,752
........ $20,021-$30,034
. .. .. $41,592-$62,390
... $41,592-$62,390
. . $33,238-$49,857
S.. $31,033-$46,562

...... $31,033-$46,562
........ $31,033-$46,562
. .. .,,, $20,021-$30,034
. . $26,813-$40,220
........ $31,033-$46,562


Librarian-PT ...... ..... .. ......... $14.92
Light Equipment Operator ....... . $20,021-$30,034
LPN PT Temp* .. .......... ... ........... $18.31
Maintenance Worker ............ . $20,021-$30,034
Office of Grants Dir ............. . $48,135-$72,226
Office of Mgmt & Budget Dir ........... $55,722-$83,587
Planner ............ .............$35,926-$53,902
Project Manager ...... ..... ... $48,135-$72,226
Residential Inspector ............ . $35,926-$53,902
Residential Plans Examiner ........... $35,926-$53,902
Senior GIS Technician ............ $35,926-$53,902
Senior Mechanic ............ ... . $26,813-$40,220
Senior Planner ..................... $48,135-$72,226
Sr. Planner (School FAC).......... $48,135-$72,226
Telecommunicator .............. . $26,813-$40,220

= Part-Time Position
Physical and drug test required. NCIC/FCIC background checks will be conducted,
Veterans preference ADA-EOE

Apply at www.osceola.org or
OSCEOLA COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES
3 Courthouse Square, Suite 100
KISSIMMEE, FL 34741


OFFICE: (407) 343-2800
HEARING IMPAIRED LINE: (407) 343-2820


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For A Busy Real Estate Office.

Prospects Available.

For confidential interview

Call Mike at: AYg


SJoin A Winner!


Sun Publications of Florida is seek-
ing an individual to join our experi-
enced advertising sales team.

Requires good communication
and people skills, professional

presentation and dependable
transportation.
Sales experience a plus.
Outstanding compensation
and benefit program.

Office is based in Kissimmee


Email your resume to

sbliven@osceolanewsgazette.com

Susan C. Bliven, Display Sales Manager
EOE

Osceola Shopper OSCEOLANEWS-GAZETTE


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IMMEDIATE PART TIME OPENINGS
Starting at $8.00 + Incentives

Paid Training
No Experience Necessary
Weekend Availability a Must!
Reliable Transportation Needed

To learn more call now!
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RGIS Inventory Specialists
An Equal Opportunity Employer
INCOME OPPORTUNITY
The Osceola Shopper and Osceola News-
Gazette is taking applications for future
openings as they come available to deliv-
er our publications. Must be available
Tuesday afternoon and evening for Shop-
per delivery and from 9pm Wednesday
until delivery is done Thursday morning.
Also from 9pm Friday until delivery is done
Saturday morning. Must have dependable
transportation and be self motivated and
PERSONALLY RELIABLE. Apply only if
you meet these qualifications. Retirees
welcome to apply. Apply at our offices at
108 Church Street in Kissimmee or 1109
10th Street in St.Cloud.
LAWN MAINTENANCE Workers Needed.
Experienced. Benefits Package. Must
Have License With Clean Driving Record.
(407) 397-0550.
LOADER OPERATORS. Start Now! 6
Day Week. Paid Weekly. Also Hiring Fork-
lift Operators. (407) 891-8400.
LOCAL ICE Arena looking for two F/T
employees to take care of front desk &
concession work. And two P/T mainte-
nance. 407-933-4259. Ask for Bryan.
NOW HIRING: Companies Desperately
Need Employees To Assemble Products
At Home. No Selling, Any Hours. $500
Weekly Potential Info. 1-985-646-1700,
Dept. FL.-343.
PART TIME
Motel Desk & Liquor Clerk
Miscellaneous Yard Work
Seniors welcome!
Buena Vista Motel
5200 W. 192
407-396-2100
PART TIME On Call Bus Driver. Ideal For
Retiree. Bilingual A Must. Call Jeffrey At:
(407) 628-4878.
PLANT NURSERY WORKER; General
Labor- Herb Department/Cutting Depart-
ment. Work schedule Sunday-Thursday.
Located on Boggy Creek Road, Osceola
County. 407-957-9915.
RETAIL GARDEN Center Position Avail-
able. Maintain plants and work with cus-
tomers. Must have knowledge of plant ma-
terial. Work schedule Tuesday-Saturday.
Located on Boggy Creek Road, Osceola
County. 407-957-9915.
RETAIL JEWELRY Sales part time. Prime
1 Mall, I-Drive. Nights 5-9pm and Satur-
day, 10-9pm. Guaranteed salary versus
20% commission.
Visitors Savings Market, Kissimmee retail
jewelry sales. Saturday 9:30-8pm. Guar-
anteed salary versus 20% 'commission.
Call 407-766-7064 or 407-922-1699.
SALES for Retail Magic Shop. Paid Train-
ing. Great Wages Plus Bonus. 407-847-
7552.
SLOPE MOWER Operator & CDL Driver
Needed. Drug Free Work Policy. 407-892-
8827.

1 715-Hotel/Motel |
PART TIME Activities Director for time-
share resort. 24/hrs. per week. $8 per
hour. Must be creative and have good
people skills. Apply at:
Club Sevilla
4646 W.192
PART TIME Front desk for timeshare re-
sort. 32/hrs. $8 per hour. Nights and wee-
kends a must.
Apply at:
Club Sevilla
4646 W.192

720-Restaurant/Lounge I

EXPERT PIZZA Maker Needed, starting
pay up to $10/hr. Also, Counter help need-
ed. -Schiano's Pizza, (407) 301-3479,
(407)933-5383. '
NOW HIRING!
Experienced Pizza Maker & All
Positions. Apply: LeMay's Pizza, 821 Cy-
press Parkway, Poinciana.
S TOP PAY
For Shift Managers/Managers
Long John Silvers ,
304 W.Vine, Kissimmee/St.Cloud
8485 S.Orange Blossom Trail.
Orlando

I. 725-Clerical

OFFICE HELP wanted. Knowledge in
commercial leasing & accounts a must.
QuickBooks, payroll, & workers comp.
Construction experience a plus! Fax re-
sume 407-935-1479.
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED
To handle multi lines, customer service &
computer / office skills required. Bilingual
a plus.
Fax resume to: (407) 931-1186

730-Accounting
Bookkeeping

OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE. Front Desk
& Billing Person for Celebration &
St.Cloud. Chiropractic Office. Bilingual &
Florida Experienced ONLY. Fax resume
to: (407) 566-9812.

I 735-Educational I

HIRING FL Certified or certifiable 6-8
grade science teacher for charter school
in Harmony. Fax resume to 407-957-6023.
407-846-7600
This is the number to call for all your
advertising needs. We can advertise your
service, sell your home, rent your apt. find
a roommate. One call does it all! Ask, for
Cheryl, Kelly, Becki or Donna.


740-Security

(D) LICENSED
SECURITY OFFICERS
Full Time / Part Time.
Benefits Package Available
Call For Interview
(407) 932-3330
FULL TIME & PART TIME
Security Officers Needed.
Top Wages.
Osceola County Area.
(407) 908-2909
745-Insurance I

INSURANCE AGENCY seeking experi-
enced agent to sell life, health, property
and casualty insurance. Established
renewal book available plus commissions.
Excellent opportunity. Fax resumes to
407-847-9351 or call 407-847-5189.
I 750-Telemarketing I

TELEMARKETERS NEEDED
In Mt.Dora
Hourly Commission +Bonuses!
Top Pay For Bilingual
Possible Gas Allowance
Call Kim For Details
866,540-6097
755-Sales

LOAN OFFICERS Wanted. No license re-
quired. No experience needed. $2000 to
$3000 per month potential P/T. 407-574-
7412.
SALES PROFESSIONALS
Building the future
from the ground up.
We, Will Train You!
If you're serious about building profession-
al relationships and eager to succeed, you
want to know that the organization behind
you is sound and respected. With Heart-
land Payment Systems, as your founda-
tion, you'll have the recognized strength
and reputation behind you to help you
achieve your goals. If you can sell pay-
ment processing services to the Restau-
rant, Hotel and Retail industries, you can
enjoy:

A long-term income stream.
SWeekly signing bonuses.
Monthly residual pay.
S401 (K)
Recognition programs /
contests / awards.
Portfolio ownership potential.
SOutstanding sales support,
including support staff, training,
trade shows and collateral
materials.

If you're a sales pro with integrity and at
least 2 years b2b experience, come build
relationships and your future with us.
Visit:
www.hpsteammates.com,
email: hr@e-hps.com or
Fax (866) 288-1086. EOE

760-Beautician
Cosmetology

Brand New
GREAT CLIPS
Is Coming to
Kissimmee!
* $15-$20 Per Hr. Average
* Equals Base +Comm. +Tips
* Bonuses & Incentives
* NEVER Straight Commission
* Guaranteed Income
* Guaranteed Clientele
* High Volume Salons
* Aetna Health Insurance ,
* Dental Vision Life Ins.
* Paid Vacations + 401 K0
* Longevity Bonus Plan
* Regular Salary Reviews
* Best Paid Training in Industry
* Real Growth Opportunities
* Management Oppor. & Training
* Employee Discounts
* Flexible Scheduling
* State of the Art Salon
* Warm, Friendly,and Fun
Workplace
Apply- Inquire Today!
Call Tina, Senior Mgr.
Cell: 407-921-3000
Fax: 407-644-4733
Email:
greatclipsishiring@gmail.com
GREAT CLIPS
Is hiring stylists.Our average stylist earns
$10 $15 per hour. We offer medical, den-
tal, life insurance, paid vacation, 401K and
advancement opportunities.
Call Debbie at (407)-342-9684
NADINE'S HAIR QUARTERS.
Hiring Booth Rental,
Barbers And Hair Stylist.
1400 E. Vine Street, Suite C & D.
Next To CiCi's Pizza, Mill Creek
Mall. (407) 847- 9777.

775-Crafts, Trades'
& Skills

Attn: Drivers
We've got what you want-
MILES & weekends at HOME!


Pemberton


Dedicated South and SE runs
For more information call
888-PEMBERTON
888-736-2378
6 months OTR Req. w/Hazmat req.
CERTIFIED
Building Inspector "
Certification in the state of Florida as a
Building Inspector. Ability to climb ladders
and scaffolding. For details, please visit
the "Opportunities" section at:
www.gaiconsultants.com
To apply, call (407) 423-8398
EOE M/F/D/V


Drivers
$1000 PER WEEK
*Automatic pay increases
every 6 months
*Short haul premium pay
*Flexible hometime
-Excellent benefits
*Great equipment
*Safety bonus and more!
CDL-A and 6 months T/T exp.
Call Tom @
800-893-6792
DRYWALL FINISHER needed immediate-
ly. Top pay. Must have license & up to date
paperwork. 407-468-9285.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER, Class B. Experi-
enced only. Vacation, holiday pay. $14.00
start. Also, loader dozer operator needed
Kissimmee area. 407-847-5769.

ELECTRICIAN
To Repair Signs Throughout Central
Florida. License desired, but not nec-
essary.

SIGN INSTALLER
Experienced or willing to train person
with construction background.

Kissimmee Sign Works
627 N. Main St.
Kissimmee
407-847-2284




ELECTRICIANS NEEDED
by established locally owned
Kissimmee Firm. Experienced resi-
dential journeymen and experienced
helpers needed IMMEDIATELY. WE
NOW HAVE BOTH HOURLY AND
FLEX RATE PAY PLANS. Both plans
pay top rates plus overtime. We have
an apprenticeship program for
helpers, 401 K, bonus plan, paid holi-
days and generous vacation benefits.
Some positions include a company
provided truck.

PALMER
ELECTRIC COMPANY
2642 Michigan Avenue
Suite A
Kissimmee

Call Don at 407-846-8873

EEO/AA/HN/DFWP


EXPERIENCED DRIVERS Needed
W/Forklift Experience For Hauling Sod.
Must Be Able To Run AM/PM Hours.
Class A CDL License Required. Call (407)
892-6934.
EXPERIENCED PAINTERS needed. De-
pendable transportation required. (407)
709-4976.
EXPERIENCED PIPE FOREMAN DIRT
FOREMAN/SURVEY Helper/Pipe
Layers/Dozer, Backhoe and Blade
Operators WANTED IMMEDIATELY!
Poinciana-Kissimmee Area. Large Civil
Contractor doing Site Development with
an emphasis on Safety. Applications ac-
cepted at: 3720 Pleasant Hill Road, Kis-
simmee, 34746.'Phone: 407-518-9585.
EOE.
EXPERIENCED RESIDENTIAL Bobcat
Operator, Laborers & Dump Truck Driver
Needed.-Good Pay, Benefits. (321) 624-
3870.
LABORER AND Experienced bobcat and
loader operator needed. Great pay and
benefits. Call 407-892-4859.
MECHANIC- TRAILER
NFI has an opportunity for a Mobile
Service Trailer Mechanic For our
Kissimmee area facility, must have rollup
door exp. Be able to work independently,
must have own tools. We pay top $$$$
for your experience. Great Benefits.
Call Jim @ 800-926-2149
or e-mail jhoadley@ntlfreight com
MIG WELDERS & FITTER
Experienced. Full Benefits.
Sign On Bonus
Lawson Manufacturing
700 Dyer Blvd., Kissimmee
(407) 944-1500

NOW HIRING!!!
Experienced
Dump Truck Drivers
Class A Or B CDL Required.
Top Pay & Benefits Available!!!
MACK CONSTRUCTION
SERVICES
407-892-4043

NOW HIRING!!!
Plumbers & Experienced Helpers.
Good Pay & Benefits!
Donnie Daniels Plumbing Inc.
(407) 847-0339 or (407) 933-1448

OWNER OPERATORS
AND
COMPANY DRIVERS
*OTR and SE Runs Available
*Must Have One Yr. Exp.
*Class A CDL
*Clean MVR
*Home Often
W.W. Trucking, Co.
813-659-0206
800-226-8075

OWNER OPERATORS
Class A CDL, 2 Years Experience
No touch Florida Freight
*Steady Work
*Pd. Insurance After 30 Days
*Paid Detention
*Weekends Off!
*Fuel Card Available
Call 813-885-6061 Ext. 1
PLUMBERS HELPER NEEDED
* Excellent Pay For Experience
* Overtime Available
* Benefits After 1/Year
* Work In Osceola County Only
(407) 957-0010


785-AC/Heating
Mechanics

A/C TECH Maintenance person for villa
management company. Need tools and
transportation. Flexible schedule, good
pay and benefits. 407-390-8200.

1 795-Professional I

FULL TIME. Experienced Real Estate As-
sistant For Top Real Estate Team. Imme-
diate Start.
Jim: (407) 908-2847.
PROGRAM MANAGER
St.Cloud Main Street
Salary range: $28,000-$32,000

Full time position for a Progressive,
Visionary Professional to lead revitaliza-
tion initiatives following the Main Street
Four Point Approach. The Program Man-
ager reports to the Board of Directors of
St.Cloud Main Street.

Candidates 'should be knowledgable in
downtown revitalization, historic preserva-
tion, administration of grants & loans,
grant writing and budgeting. Skills needed
include nonprofit program management,
office management, fundraising, public re-
lati6ns and board relations. Must be detail-
oriented, organized and possess excellent
computer skills. B.A or equivalent re-
quired.

Please send resume to:
Paula Stark
pstark@floridasunonline.net

805-Management I

BRANCH MANAGER
Excellent Income
$40K Plus
Osceola/Orange County
Caregivers For Seniors
Jim Haren
1-800-899-6744


810-Medical

CAREGIVERS WANTED
Part time only. Hours vary so you must be
flexible. Experience caring for family or
other seniors required. Must have own
transportation. Serious inquiries only. Call
407-891-8884, Mon.-Thurs. 8am-4pm.
NURSE PRACTITIONER or PA
for walk-in medical center. Spanish
speaking a necessity.
F/T or P/T.
Call 407-944-1098 or
fax resume to 407-348-5573.
Email: familymedi@aol.com.


Come Join Our Team Of
Health Care Professionals

LICENSED NURSES

Needed part-time &
PRN positions
All shifts available
Competitive salary & benefits avail-
able

Please contact:

Southern Oaks Healthcare Center
C/O Director of Nursing
2355 Kissimmee Park Road
St.Cloud, FL 34769
407-957-2280
Fax 407-957-5319

EXPERIENCED FRONT Office. Must be
able to answer multiple phone lines. Must
be bilingual! Fax resumes 407-569-1201.


815-Construction


EQUIPMENT OPERATOR needed for lo-
cal septic company. Call 407-709-0283.
FRAMERS NEEDED For Interior Framing
& Decking. Experienced Only. LABOR-
ERS NEEDED. Both must have own
transportation. 407-709-0530.
PLENTY WORK. In need of qualified Ma-
sons & Laborers. Transportation a must:
Good pay. If interested call Bob 407-301-
8011.
S 835-Position Wanted

EXPERIENCED LPN Looking for private
duty work. Adults or elderly. Please call
407-847-9367 between 10am-6pm.
TALK TO Thousands in a minute with an
Osceola News-Gazette classified ad
which also includes the Internet. Just call
407-846-7600 its that simple.


1004-Wanted To
Rent/Buy



SELL YOUR HOUSE NOW!
Call And See How!
407-810-5399

We Buy Houses Fast!
cashhomesolutions.com
Cash for houses!
Any condition. Any Range.
407-908-3701

1010-Rooms

ROOM FOR Rent. Honest, dependable,
working person. $125/wk. 407-414-0608.


I I 1020-Apartments


EFFICIENCIES, $100 Week, apartments,
$150 week. Also, houses, furnished/unfur-
nished. Weekly/monthly. 407-240-1188.
LOOKING FOR A BRAND
NEW LOOK IN 2005?
Please come and live at
Heatherwood Apartments
Located at 1105A North Hoagland Blvd.
Kissimmee, FL 34741
Or Call 407-932-1613
TRI-PLEX, OFF MICHIGAN. 2 Apart-
ments, 2BR/1BA. $700/Month &
$650/Month + $650 Security Deposit. In-
side Utilities, Microwave. (407) 908-3830.
(407) 933-6582.

I 1025-Efficiencies I

1/ROOM EFFICIENCY. Private Entrance,
Bath.'AC, Brand New. $135/Week, Includes
Electric, AC & Furnished. (407) 873-0179.


CD


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GOOD SAMARITAN VILLAGE
@ KISSIMMEE "COME .JOIN THE TEAM"


4 R.N. IPN I C.N.A. Pool all hif sou "ill be working
a minimum oi'unne weekendd per niunlh
(Sat. & Sun.).
, UNI\TRS\L \1ORKER Puri-Time lerkends. Mu-l
be a%\ailahlt Saiurdals and Sunda'.-.
* PHYSICU'I. THERAPIqf" Part Time
RequirementL Rrirtzered physical therapist. Musl have
FL license. e\periencc in home health prepared.
Mlul he flexible in "ork -chedule.

+ VILLAGE CHAPLAIN -Full Time. May include
some weekends as well as presence at activities for Village.
Bench il_ a'ailablh after i60 da.ii. Qualilitaiion. 'To
coordinate a pirilual program that proi ide I'for
spiritual car -if rreidenti and tall, olfering rli: Gospel!
of Jesus Christ as a primary resource for faith and life.
Duries include: Re-ident Spiritual Cart. Stafl' Ministry,
Re'idenl Riuh ,iIen. In eri k'I Training. Star
Minitric,. a:id Spiriiual Program De'elopmenl.
blu.t be an ( rdaincd Mlinistr.


S2 I.A IMNTENANCE TECHS Full Time 7:00am to
3:30pm, Monday to Friday. Qualifications -
Vo-Tech. Rained or previous experience of 2 years
or more in basic carpentry, plumbing. 1%iring for
telephone and cable.
+ VILLAGE PATROL (Safety Assistant) -
Full Time 6:00aam to 2:30pm first shift.
weekendss required. Must have Class D security
license 11 alid and current, State of Florida).
,2 years prior experience. (Police or military
qualify.) Must be 21 years of age & hold a
% alid, clean Florida drivers license. Wage rate
is determined I experience. Benefits available
after 60 days.
+ HOUSEKEEPING AIDE Full Time. Mon.-Fri.
7:00am to 3:30pm. Commercial or residential
experience needed. Waue i,' determined by
experience. Benefits available after 60 days.


Please Fax ALL Resumes to 407-518-7842
,'STs 40 Applications accepted only on Mon., Thurs. & Fri. 8:30am-12 noon & 1:00pm-4:00pm
U T + 1550 Aldersgate Drive ,* Kissimmee, FL 34746
, z2 Phone 407-933-2128 Fax: 407-518-7842
S 0 Visit our website located at: www.goodsamkiss.com
I Is s Affirmative Action M/F/V/H EOE/Drug Free Workplace


IFREC Real Estate Schools


KISSIMMEE LOCATION


Sales Associate Pre-License


1 Week November 14.


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EFFICIENCY Completely Furnished.
Utilities And Cable Included. Private En-
trance. $600/Mo. Plus Security Deposit.
Call (407) 933-7413.

I 1035-Villas
GOLFCOURSE VIEW 3BR/2BA villa for
rent. Great schools, close to all major
highways. Orlando/Kissimmee area.
$1100 per month. Call Lisa at (321) 624-
0711.
1040-Townhouses I
ST CLOUD Brand New Properties.
:.RP- -/Car. $1200/Month. 2BR/2BA,
$1000/Month. Convenient Location
Behind Wal-Mart. (407) 832-7652.
1 1045-Homes
2 ST.CLOUD Rentals: 2BR/1BA duplex
unit. $700/mo. 3BR/2BA home, communi-
ty pool. $1200/mo. First/last/deposit. Call
407-892-8407. Leave number.
DOWNTOWN KISSIMMEE 3BR/1BA,
wrap around front porch, CHA, inside utili-
ty. Must see! $950/mo. + deposit. No
pets. 407-933-0820 after 6pm.
FOR RENT, BVL, 4BR/2BA. No Pets.
$975/Month. (407)932-0434, (407)873-
0111.
HOMES FOR Rent. Poinciana area.
3BR/2BA, available now. $995/mo. HRD.
407-891-1672.
HOUSE FOR RENT
3BR/2BA & 4BR/2.5BA. Poinciana Area.
Ready For Immediate Occupancy.
Section 8 Welcome.
(407) 832-7044
Spence Properties, Inc.
(407) 295-1889
HOUSE FOR RENT. Poinciana. 3BR/2BA,
2 Car Garage. 2/BR Townhome. Habla-
mos Espahol. (407) 624-4452.
HOUSE RENTAL POINCIANA
Newly Renovated, Top To Bottom.
3 Bedrooms. 2 Baths.
Call For Appointment (407) 729-1122.
HUNTERS CREEK 3/2/2, 1650/sq.ft., tile
throughout, vaulted ceilings, new ap-
pliances, screened pool on lake, private.
Pool and lawn maintenance included.
$1700/mo. + 1 mo. security 973-277-7162.
KISSIMMEE 3BR/2BA 1/acre. $1050/mo.
1st, last and security. 321-631-7120.
KISSIMMEE POINCIANA *
NARCOOSSEE
Homes to lease $995 and up.
www.centralpropertymgt.com
Phone: 888-862-2250, x.334
KISSIMMEE, 3BR/1BA. $1050. 121 Nep-
tune Rd. Call for appointment toll free 1-
866-443-5933.
KISSIMMEE, 3BR/2BA, Screened Porch,
Fenced Backyard. No Pets. $1050/Month,
First + Security. (407) 908-0627.
RENT OR Possible Rent To Own.
.3BR/2BA House In Kissimmee. $1000 Per
Month. (407) 957-9935, Call Between
8AM-4PM.
RENTAL HOMES
2-4 Bedrooms
Furnished / Unfurnished
Some With Pools!
From $650
World Of Homes
(407) 770-1748
S/W ORLANDO 3BR/2BA, 2/car garage,
living room, dining room, family room.
$1400/mo. + security. 407-850-0547.
ST.CLOUD HOUSE FOR rent. 4/3, master
bedroom, walk-in closet, all appliances,
central A/C, lakeview. No pets. Available.
beginning of December only by appoint-
ments: $1500/month. Call 786-252-5760.
Lake Marion
2BR/2BA Villa. Community pool,
hot tub, exercise room. $625/mo.
Poinciana/Osceola
3BR/2BA with family room.
Minutes from Publix. $975/mo.
407-932-4311 Agent
1050-Condos I
KISSIMMEE, 2BR/2BA Condos For Rent,
Pool, From $725 Per Month. (407) 931-
2383.
1 1055-Duplexes I
KISSIMMEE DUPLEX- 808 Sumner St.
2BR/2BA, C/H/A, w/d hookup. No pets.
$750/rponth, $750 deposit. 407-873-2853.
POINCIANA- 2BR/2BA, Tile/carpet. W/D
hookup. No pets. $700/mo., $700/dep.
-407-944-0088.
1060-Mobile Homes -
MOBILE HOME Kissimmee. 2BR/1BA,
quiet neighborhood. $675/mo. $675/dep.
407-580-1574.
ONE BEDROOM Mobile Homes
For Rent In Downtown Kissimmee.
Very Clean. No Pets.
(407) 933-2350 (407) 933-8394


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RENT MOBILE HOME. 2BR1BA On 1
Acre. Tiled Floors. St.Cloud Manor.
$595/Month, $585/Security.
(407) 892-5373.
1 1062-Mobile Home Lots
MOVE IN SPECIAL!!! Bring In Your Mo-
bile Home & Receive 2/Months Free Lot
Rentll!! Nice Park. No Dogs. Kissimmee
Area. (407) 932-0898.

1070-RV's

FOR RENT
New Park Models & RV's
In Quiet Resort Park.
7 Miles From Disney.
$125-$175/wk.
Monthly Rates Also Available.
(407) 397-9110
1075-RV Lots
ST.CLOUD Trailer Park, 55+. 5 RV Lots.
Available For Rent. Located On East
Hwy.192 Between Wyoming & Eastern
Ave. $300/Month & Utilities. Call Penny:
(407) 892-6900.


1085-Office Space


KISSIMMEE OFFICE Mini suites from
$295 per month. 407-657-2190.
www.officeminisuites.com
OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE
FREE RENT
Best location in Osceola County.
Mini & Executive Suites.
100 to over 5000/sq.ft.
Going Fast.......
Call Now or come see the new
La Mirada Plaza
407-847-7330
SMALL 216 SQ.FT. Office Building At Os-
ceola Mobile Park For Rent. Fronting
O.B.T. Electric Included. $650/Month. Call
Gerry: (407) 847-4690.

1095-Warehouses
7000 SQ.FT. Industrial. S. Hoagland Blvd.
Area. First & Last Months Rent. Available
Oct. 24th. NO MECHANICS!, '
(407) 846-3330. ,
FOR LEASE 1500/sq.ft. warehouse/retail
space. St.Cloud. 800-432-0983.
FOR LEASE
Warebouse-Industrial
2,000+ to 9,400+ sq.ft.
Available January 1st, 2006
Can customize offices
$8 per sq.ft.
Osceola Industrial Park, St.Cloud
407-932-2485
WAREHOUSE/OFFICE
2,000-16,000 sq.ft.
Available July 1st, 2006.
Can customize if needed.
$8.50 per sq.ft.. "
Poinciana Industrial Park .
407-846-9056'


i 1120-Storage/ Garage


12'X29', $200/MONTH. 12'X17',
$150/Month. Both w/10' roll-up door. Will
rent together for $300 or separate. Kissim-
mee Off Michigan. (407) 892-6335.


1135-Homes
$ELL YOUR HOUSE "AS IS"
On date of your choice for fair price. We
buy houses!!
www.
CentralFloridaHomeBuyer.com
Or call Toll Free 1-800-563-1097
3BR/2BA, 4/CAR Carport. 1/4 acre lot.
Asking $223,000. Also, 1/4 lot to -ell.
$89,000. Both, 1218 Seminole Dr., Kissim-
mee. Imam 407-452-9092.

We Buy Houses
Quick Cash Or Take Over
Payments
cashhomesolutions.com

Any condition. Any Range.
407-908-3701

4BR/2BA FORECLOSURE! $50,000! For
Listings 800-749-8168, ext. F204.
DISTRESS FORECLOSURES!
Free List
www.DebbieRoweHomelnfo.com
.Home Investment Realty, Inc.
407-908-0215

Greg Buys Houses
CA$H
Late Payments* Low Equity OK
*NO COMMISSION!
*QUICK CLOSINGS!

407-729-8978
m mEOmOW O mOr mf mmOWOm3O3m


UNIQUE BEAUTIFUL
LOG HOME. 3 bedroom,
2 bathroom with one
acre JUST FOR YOU!!
$275,000


Seller will pay $5,000 of Buyers closing cost if contract 1
is submitted within 72 hours of Open House. ,



FOR MORE INFORMATION OR DIRECTIONS CALL
407-873-7222 OR 407-873-4851


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k 407-870-5220
2300 Simpson Ridge Circle Kissimmee, FL


NEW HOME, Poinciana. 4/2, 1700/sq.ft.
New appliances plus extras. S239,500.
Call 407-592-7125.



.'

. .. .- ..
ST.CLOUD / GREAT LOCATION,
3/2/2, FSBO. 1/4 acre corner lot on cul de
sac. Screened pool w/fountain & solar,
many upgrades. Shows like model.
Beautiful. $319,900.
(407) 892-0153
RENT TO OWN!
New 'Beautiful 4BR/2.5BA, 2/Car, 2/Story.
3300 Sq.Ft. Kissimmee. $8000/Down,
$1650/Month. Immediate Occupancy.
(774) 289-2070
c-del @charter.net
ST.CLOUD. SPACIOUS, Elegant.
5BR/4BA Pool Home W/View. 1/3 Acre.
Lots Of Extras. Good Location. $424,000.
(407) 892-5600
America's Properties & Realty

STOP FORECLOSURE NOW!
Save Your Home. 24/hr Recorded Mes-
sage. 407-245-7388.
1145-Townhouses I
2 STORY TOWNHOUSE.
2 Bedroom. 2.5 Bath.
Brand New Appliances,
Tile And Carpeting.
Washer/Dryer Included.
$180,000.00.
Realtor (407) 922-1953.
1165-Mobile Homes







BEAUTIFUL 3BR/2BA. Spacious, split
plan :"'31.'-i h cl'?,-t? Whilpool 3ppli-nc '
E -r, rl l i, 4. ,i,_K-ii ,-J;, I,_-" ._.,r,-


1997 MOBILE r,.T,- i.-.r : \- .$8500
t Ld r.3 I. i.:.r .- .;r- center-
St.Clo'ud. 352-793-1646..
2001 4BR/2BA Doublewide Mobile Home
on 2.5+ acres. St.Cloud, paved road, corn-
er lot, above ground pool, pond. $250,000.
O.B.O. (321) 624-0785.
DOUBLEWIDE. 26X60. 55+ Gated Com-
munity, Kissimmee. 2BR/2BA, Appliances,
Custom Curtains. Most Furniture Stays.
Florida. Room W/Large Attached Shed.
$68;0,00' (407) 847-2348.
FOR SALE. '83 Liberty M.H., Floridian RV
-i.e:.r r -i ioudl. 2/bedroom, C/AC.
:l- ; ")0 717-762-3705.
KISSIMMEE, 55+ Gated community, pool,
active clubhouse. 2BR/1BA, with large
screened room. $17,000.
(407) 973-4884.


KJSSIMMEE/COUNTRY CLUB VILLAGE
has Mobile Homes for sale. With approved
credit. Get,3 months FREE Lot Rent. Call
407-933-2494.
MOBILE HOME Mark Park. 55+.
2 Bed/1 Bath. Completely Furnished.
Large Carport. Shed. C/H/A. $7,500.
(407) 957-5352. (269) 598-0125
MOBILE HOME, 1991 Bays. 2BR, 1.5BA,
new kitchen appliances, new spa on
porch, new 10x12FT shed ...iir, .-i.,:,.:ii ,,
-ceramic tile throughout, new double coat-
ing on roof. Just painted inside. Must see
to believe! Land rent $275/month includes
water, sewer, garbage anda boat dock on
Alligator Lake. $22,500 firm. 321-433-
1570, leave message.


MOBILE HOME for sale. Must go. Single-
wide. Newly renovated. Quiet park,'
St.Cloud. 407-709-0913.
MOBILE HOME For Sale. Singlewide.
Partially Furnished 2BR/2BA W/Screened
Room. 55+ Park, Kissimmee. (407) 518-
9659.
NICE SINGLEWIDE mobile home on Alli-
gator Lake. New carpet & vinyl. Low lot
rent, adult park. $17,000. 407-892-4188.
PALM HARBOR Factory Liquidation Sale.
All models must go. Call for free
brochures. 1-800-622-2832.
PALM HARBOR Modular and Mobile
Homes Specialists. Call Factory for free
color brochures. 1-800-622-2832.
SINGLEWIDE MOBILE Home. 2BR/1BA,
Screened Porch, Appliances. Lake Ac-
cess. Near Shopping & Turnpike. $15,000.
(407) 334-6551.
ST.CLOUD remodeled single and dou-
blewides with new home warranty in nice
quiet park. Lease purchase available. 407-
957-7979, 407-873-6124.
1 1210-Lots/Acreage
4 ACRES With singlewide mobile home.
2BR/2BA, 3909 Packard Ave., St.Cloud.
Lots of oak trees. Impact fees paid. Great
investment property or to build your dream
home! $320,000. 407-892-1679 or 407-
908-6493.
KISSIMMEE 7 1/2 ACRES. High ground.
Nice 3BR/2BA, barns, etc., ready for de-
velopment or your peace and quiet dream
home. $745K. 321-631-7120.
LAND FOR SALE
50 +/- Acres Located
In St.Cloud Zoned
Future 3 PerAcre
Res.Dev. 407-908-4075
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2 USED Tires. Size 235R15. $40/both.
786-877-7474.
4 GOODYEAR TIRES
Size P205/55R16. $100/ea.
786-877-7474.
FOR SALE V6 engine for 1993 Chrysler.
3.3 liter. Good running condition. Priced to
sell. 407-957-9013 after 6pm.
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1990 CHEVROLET 3/4 Ton Van. Good
Work Van! Runs Good! $1500. O.B.O.
(407)234-5665.
1995 FORD van (low miles). Handicapped
inside lift. Wheel chair carries up to
300/lbs. 407-957-5740 after 6:30.
'93 FORD AEROSTAR XLT. Green. Good
condition. $2990 obo. 407-348-6160.


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92 FORD Econoline. Ready For Work!
Excellent Condition. A/C. Many New
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'95 CHEVY 20 Van. "Gladiator".
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1996 F250 Crew Cab. 4WD $13,000. 40,7'
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1996 FORD F-350. Crew Cab Dually
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S 1999 DODGE DAKOTA pickup. Excellent
shape! 4/speed, V8Magnum. $6,995. 407-
257-1998.
2000 CHEVROLET 1500 Silverado. Ext.
Cab, 3rd./Door, PS/PB/CC, LS/Package,
AM/FM/CD. Tow Package. 145K/Miles.
Excellent. $7999. (407) 957-3866.
2001 CHEVY 2500HD Deisel, red LT
crewcab. 97k, new tires, air shocks.
$21,900 O.B.O. Call 407-892-0414.
2001 DODGE 1500 SLT 4x4. 1/owner,
d8BK, tow package, slide rear window, sil-
ver. Call 407-791-3065.
2001 FORD, F150. 72Kmiles. Excellent
condition! Dual exhaust, stereo system,
niany extras. $14,000. 407-908-3571.
S 2002 F-150. 6/Cyl., 5/sp., 6' Bed. 20K
Miles. $11,400. Excellent Condition. (407)-
892-9417. (407)-383-0407.
2003 CHEVY Suburban PW/PL,
AM/FM/CD, 3rd. Row Seat, Rear Air.
TdOt/Cruise. 31K Miles. $23,950. O.B.O.
-,4' 467-7439, (407) 891-1691.
0 03 GMC Envoy-SLT. 3 Yr. Warranty.
Fully Loaded. 7 Passenger. $27,000.
S OBO. 18,000 Miles. (321) 624-1229.
. 2004 CHEVY Silverado 4x4, extended
'-,cab. All power, automatic, CD. 14,000/mi.
S .B'and new! $23,000. 407-892-5248.
:004 DODGE 4/door pickup, black, Infini-
stereo, 6500/mi. Hemi, cloth. Take over
payments. 407-957-2613.
S.X RYDER Truck. 1993 Ford E350 with
tiea./, duty aluminum ramp, 15' box, cold
.AC Asking $4500. 407-396-1846.
S '01 BLACK Ford Ranger Edge. Standard.
.6pK/Miles. Runs & Drives Like New!
.O'""0' O.B.O. (407)460-5506, (407)892-,
-1443:
42 DODGE RAM 1500.V8, 8' bed. Auto,
S W*C, cruise, tilt, tow package, topper.
S I0K. 1 owner. $11,000. 407-744-1712.
-. 03 GMC Sierra 2500HD. Duramax/Allison
C/LB, 4WD, 20k/miles. Extras, Warranty.
$29,900. 407-297-7644.
'93 F150 with money making business,
S.7000. 407-891-1649, 407-414-3404.
j 1290-RV's/ Motorhomes I

CASH BUYER!
Needs Motor Homes, Travel Trailers &
RV's of all kinds.
1-321-689-0102

1305-Automobiles

g $500! Police Impounds! Hondas, Chevys,
fryotas, etc! From $500. For listings 800-
S749-8167, ext.C458.


AMERICAN & FOREIGN
Classic Cars Wanted!
Cash'Waiting! Will Travel!
407-957-6957
1947 PONTIAC Torpedo. Restored. Ask
for Tony. (407) 870-9799.
1954 FORD V-8 Customline, 4/door.
Excellent buy. $5,000. 407-729-5241.
1960 CHEVY 4/door sedan. Good condi-
tion. 407-928-8791.
1962 1/2 FORD Fairlane 500,260V8. All
original. Running condition. $1,900 OBO.
407-908-5268.
1962 FORD 2/door Hardtop Fairlane.
Good condition. 407-928-8791.
1974 CORVETTE Stingray custom hot
rod. Cost $30K to build. $15,000 firm. 407-
932-2047 after 6pm.
1974 FORD T-Bird. Green/white.
78,000/mi. Good condition. $2700. 407-
892-5947.
1983 TOYOTA Cressida Wagon, Fully
Loaded. Working Fine. Overhauled Whole
Transmission & Rear End. $1500 OBO.
(407) 348-2899.
1986 MERCEDES 300SL convertible.
Hardtop w/ceiling hitch. New' soft top.
Almost perfect. Real beauty! $11,800.
407-957-9470.
1988 FORD Mustang GT, 5.0, restored,
new paint/weatherstrips. $5,000 OBO.
407-932-4415.
1988 NISSAN Pulsar. Standard Shift.
$1,000. Call 407-348-5783.
1993 GRAND Marquis. No AC, windows
need repair, high mileage. 2 new tires,
runs good. $750 obo. 407-908-2336.
1993 MUSTANG Convertible LX. 5.0 Litre
engine, red with gray interior. Needs some
care. $2000. 407-908-8078:
1994 GEO METRO. 3 Cylinder.
1.0. A/C. AM/FM Cassette. Clean.
Runs Good. Gas Saver. $2,000.
(407) 301-6155.
1995 CHRYSLER LeBaron Conv9rtible.
6/cylinder, auto, cruise, all power, new
tires. Runs great. $3500. 407-957-0995.
1997 BUICK Riviera. Very Clean.
Mechanically Sound. Good gas mileage.
$3,000. 407-892-3948,
1997 HONDA Civic EX. V-tech Engine,
Sunroof, CD. $5800. (407) 908-5988.
1997 MITSUBISHI Spyder convertible.
Turbo, auto, leather. Beautiful car. White
with black top. $8,750. 407-847-6191.
1998 CAVALIER. 2/door, sports coupe. All
power, sun-roof, 5/speed. 135K/miles.
$2995. O.B.O. (321) 217-8899. (407) 891-
6807.


1997 PLYMOUTH NEON. Excellent condi-
tion A/C, auto transmission. $3,250. 407-
346-7644.
1999 HONDA Civic EX. A/C, Sunroof,
PW/PL, 58K/Miles. $8500 OBO. (407)
343-0431.
1999 SL2 Saturn. 4/Door, Auto, Low
Miles. Excellent Condition. $4300. (407)
414-1066.
2001 SATURN SL1 4 door, CD, cold A/C.
Great condition. $3,900. 321-231-9117.
2001 TAURUS SES. Loaded. Excellent
Condition. 67K Miles. $5100 Firm! Call Bill
(407) 463-0999.
2002 KIA SPECTRA
4D, Sport Hatchback
Below 2400/miles!!!
Under warranty until 65000/mi.
Asking $8,500.
Last price!! 407-518-9732


NOTICE
All real estate advertising in this news-
paper is subject to the Fair Housing Act
which, makes it illegal to advertise any
preference, limitation or discrimination
based on race, color, religion, sex, hand-
icap, familial status or national origin, or
an intention, to make any such prefer-
ence, limitation or discrimination.
Familial status includes children under
the age of 18 living with parents or legal
custodians, pregnant women and people
securing custody of children under 18.
This newspaper will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the law. Our read-
ers are hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in this newspaper
are available on an equal opportunity
basis.,

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OSCEOIA NEWS-GAZEYIE -


2003 2/DOOR BLAZER. Blue, tow pack-
age, loaded, low miles. Excellent condi-
tion. $15,990 obo. 407-892-2773.
2003 TOYOTA Solara- Gold, sunroof,
great condition. Great Gift! Call for more
info, 407-498-0779.
2004 CORVETTE COUPE- Must sell,
2006 ordered. Mature driver, loaded,
black/black & grey int. 321-624-1600.
2004 NISSAN Sentra. Like new. 1/owner.
Still under warranty. 29K/miles. All power.
$14,000. (407) 729-0285.
2004 SATURN Ion 3- power windows,
power locks, CD. 11,500/mi. Under war-
ranty. $12,999. 407-908-3339.
CADILLAC DEVILLE, 1990.4/door. Great
shape. Looks, runs great! Low miles. New
brakes, air, CD. Must See! $4500 O.B.O.
(407) 460-3741.


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93 LINCOLN Continental. 4 Door. ALC. 6
Cyl. Leather. Loaded. 119K Miles. Great
Condition. Only $1,995. (407) 758-4860.
MOVING TO ARIZONA!! '03. Jetta GLS.
Loaded. 18,000/mi. White/camel, leather.
Sacrifice at $13,999. 407-957-6891, 858-
775-0666.
'87 FORD CROWN Victoria LX. 4 brand
new tires, working AC. $500. 786-877-
7474.
'93 INFINITI J30. Sunroof, leather interior,
some woodgrain, very good condition.
$3650. 407-344-0980.
'94 LINCOLN Mark VIII, 87K Miles. Excel-
lent Condition. $4500. O.B.O. (407) 738-
2701.
'96 MITSUBISHI GALANT. Excellent con-
dition! New tires, brakes, runs good.
82,000/mi. $2700. 407-414-1066.


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FOR SALE. 18' ASTRO BASS BOAT.
1989. Fully Loaded. Full instrumentation,
front and rear fishing platforms, bimini top,
bait and live well, 150HP Mercury out-
board (tilt, trim, stainless steel prop),
onboard battery charger, new 461b Minn
Kota bow mounted foot operated trolling
motor, full canvas boat cover, new Eagle
Fishmark 400 fish finder, matching Astro
drive on trailer w/spare tire. Excellent con-
dition. $5500. 407-933-0066.
OFFSHORE BOAT 18 1/2' with trailer.
Motor needs work. $4500 obo. 321-624-
7521.
'96 LINCOLN Mark VIII. 2/Door Sedan.
Excellent Condition. Low Mileage. 4.6/Li-
tre, V-8. Loaded!!! $6000. (407) 957-4174.


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