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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
        page A 2
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Opinion
        page A 4
    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
        page B 3
        page B 4
        page B 5
    Section B: Community Events
        page B 6
        page B 7
        page B 8
    Section C: Kicks, This Week
        page C 1
        page C 2
        page C 3
        page C 4
        page C 5
        page C 6
    Section C: Public Notices
        page C 7
    Section C: Classified
        page C 8
        page C 9
        page C 10
        page C 11
        page C 12
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Film critic Peter
Covino reviews
Aliens of the
Deep on page
B-1.


Holiday happenings in St. Cloud this
weekend. Story, page C-1.


Classified C-8
Community B-6
Entertainment C-1
Music Scene C-3
Opinion -- A-4
School briefs A-7
Sports B-1


Assistant Editor
Marvin Corner
writes about
attempts to raise
the minimum
wage on
page A-4.,


Preview of Great Florida Shootout
in Sports, page B-1.


OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE


www.osceolanewsgcazette.com


SUPPORT POURS IN FOR MEATBALL


Owner

arrested for

placing dog

in hole
By Brian McBride
News-Gazette Staff writer
The way the puppy play-
fully romped around a grassy
enclosure at the Osceola
County Animal Control facil-
ity Wednesday one would
never guess that its owner
had encased it in a shallow
dirt pit just two days earlier.
Six-month-old Meatball, a
mixed-breed, brown-shaded
puppy with white spotted
paws, was rescued by county
animal control officers Mon-
day after they received an
anonymous tip.
To teach the puppy a les-
son about digging holes in
the backyard of his rented
home, St. Cloud dog owner
Shaun Longfellow, 25,
1314' New York A: ,
shoved Meatball into a hole
about eight to 10 inches
deep and no more than
three feet wide, Animal
Control reports said.
A piece of a wooden
fence was used to cover the
pit and the wood was weight-
ed down with concrete
blocks and dumbbells, Ani-
mal Control officials said.
See Meatball, page A-2


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Osceola County
Animal Control
Officer Chrissy
Simmons plays
with 6-month-old
Meatball at the
Osceola County
Animal Control
office on Kissim-
mee Park Road.
The dog was'
shoved into a
hole about eight
to 10 inches deep
and no more
than three feet
wide, Animal
Control reports
said.


Views vary on shape

of city aquatic center


By Jason Holland
News-Gazette Staff Writer
St. Cloud residents have
diverse views on a possible
aquatic center in the city:
some want a large-scale com-
petition and training facility,
seniors want an indoor thera-
peutic pool and others want a
pool for recreation.
Citizens, including many
younger ones with hair still
.wet from swimming practice,
came out Wednesday night to
discuss their ideas with a city-
hired consultant at a work-
shop hosted by St. Cloud
;Parks and Recreation.
The consultant, Missouri-
based Counsilman-Hunsaker,
will take these opinions and
combine them with an ongo-
ing feasibility study that looks
.at existing facilities and needs
'of the community, as well as
'input collected during focus
'groups of possible users of a
'new facility. The Osceola
"County School District will
also have a say, said Parks
and Recreation Director
,Kristin Caborn. The district


chipped in a third of the
$30,000 cost of the study.
Recommendations will be
presented in the early part of
2006.
Scot Hunsaker, who repre-
sented the consultant at the
meeting, told residents that
his company is experienced in
the. field of pool design and
construction, having complet-
ed aquatic centers for universi-
ties, municipal governments,
resorts and healthcare facili-
ties to meet a variety of needs.
Although still in the very
preliminary stages of the
process, Huhsaker suggested
that a center with' a mix of'
competitive, therapeutic, fit-
ness and recreational ele-
ments would maximize use by
the public. He highlighted sev-
eral projects completed for
cities across the country that
balanced those features in an
effort to appeal to a larger
portion of the community.
Tom O'Rourke, swim-
ming coach at Harmony
High School, said he was
See Plans, page A-2


December 3, 2005


Recruiting



minorities



goal of forum

By Conswella C. Bennettf My idea "is to
News-Gazette Staff Writer .. &^,_^ .I :_.:_


Future community leaders
and political hopefuls will
learn firsthand how to run a
successful campaign during a
Tuesday forum at the Kissim-
mee/Osceola County Cham-
ber of Commerce.
The forum will be the
second in a series of work-
shops and events geared
toward encouraging more
minority involvement in the
community and local' poli-
tics. The Chamber is located
at 1425 E. Vine St.; the
forum begins at 6 p.m.
"My idea is to help the
minority leaders or political
hopefuls to understand or to
learn more about local gov-
ernment and the community
to be m',:io prepared to ru n
for ,tfice to getn-,vl',ved," said
Guillermo "Bill" Hansen, the
chamber's minority leadership
vice chairman and one of the
event's coordinators.
Hansen, who is editor/
director of the Osceola Star,
'said top Central Florida politi-
cal and campaign consultants
are expected to attend.
The format will allow polit-
ical hopefuls the opportunity
to ask questions, Hansen said.
"We want to teach them


TUNING UP FOR STATE BAND


News-Gazette Photo/Sam Roberts
Middle school and high school students that were selected for the All State
Band, front row, from the Osceola County School for the Arts. rehearse dur-
ing class.


By Deanna Sheffield
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Nearly a dozen Osceola
County middle and high
school students have been
named to the all state band,
a prestigious honor that cul-
minates in a performance in
Tampa on Jan. 6.
Nine of the teens selected
for the band attend the.


Students to perform

in Tampa Jan. 6


Osceola County School for
the Arts, now in its third year
of operation.
"Only the finest of the
finest are selected. This is
truly one of the highest hon-


ors middle or high school
band students can achieve.
This is just such a high
achievement," said School
See Band, page A-2


Groups seeking volunteers to help with holiday event for needy


By Deanna Sheffield
: News-Gazette Staff Writer
A smorgasbord of local
groups in Osceola County has
pulled together to ensure
'struggling families are able to
havd a merry Christmas,
But of course that means
:they need additional volun-
:teers for the annual Home for


the Holiday event on Dec. 16.
Kathy Wandel, a regular
Guardian Ad Litem volunteer
who is coordinating this year's
volunteers,, said about 220
volunteers already have regis-
tered, including 100 teens.
About 100 of those that
have already signed up include
specially trained volunteers


such as a group from The
Home Depot that will manage
the toyshop .
The annual event provides
underprivileged families with a
holiday meal and entertain-
ment. Families also have the
opportunity to drop their chil-
dren off at the supervised
Winter Wonderland where


they can play games, partici-
pate in activities and make
arts and crafts while their par-
ents select and wrap a toy for
them at the toyshop,
Wandel said she hopes to
secure at least 350 volunteers,
"It's exciting; it's nice to
see that's many people want
to help," Wandel said. "We


also have a lot of students get-
ting in their student service
hours, which is great,"
Last year there were more
than enough volunteers for
the event but a large percent-
age of walk-up volunteers
made coordination challeng-
ing. This year, Wandel said
See Volunteers, page A-6


eip m e min.ort"
ty leaders or political
hopefuls to under-
stand or to learn
more about local
government and the
community to be
more prepared to
run for office to et
involved."
BILL HANSEN
chairman of the
Kissimmee/Osceola County
Chamber of Commerce's
minority leadership

how to run a successful cam-
paign," he said. "It's giving
them knowledge so they
won't make the mistakes' they
may have made in. the past."
Mlie than 200 Kissim-
mee and Osceola County
residents turned out for a
first-ever Chamber-spon-
sored Min'ority Leadership
Connection, held this past
summer at Kissimmee City
Hall. That program in-
formed minorities how they
could become more involved
in their community.
Hansen said that since the
connection event he has
See Recruit, page A-6


City may

change

rules on

sidewalk

signs
By Jason Holland
News-Gazette Staff Writer
'Shops and restaurants in
downtown St. Cloud could be
allowed to display sidewalk
signs advertising specials or
sales if the St. Cloud City
Council approves a change to
the city code.
That's good news to restau-'
rateur Pete Jones, who with
his mother owns 'Main Street
Uptown Grille on New York
Avenue. Jones used a sand-
wich board sign listing his daily
special dishes to entice diners.
"Things on the street are
more noticeable," he said.
Jones, who was never fined
by city code enforcement, said
the crackdown on the signs
was initiated by a recent com-
plaint and that previously
enforcement of the prohibi-
tion was lax.
"Now everybody is aware it
needed to be changed and
brought up to date," said
Jones,
It was a wire frame sign,
not a sidewalk sign, that
prompted the review of ,the
city's rules on temporary
signs, according to Melissa
Holliday, city code enforce-
ment officer.
See Signs, page A-3


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Meatball
Continued from page A-I


Band
Continued from page A-i


"He was stuck there, he
couldn't do anything," said
Animal Control Officer
Crissy Simmons.
Meatball had been in the
hole for at least a day, said
Carie Sparkes, Animal Con-
trol Road Officer Supervisor.
Officers reported they
believed there was very little
air coming through the
wooden planks for the dog
to breathe and that Longfel-
low had also been dunking
the puppy's head under
water.
"If he had been there any
longer, we probably wouldn't
have had the same out-
come," said -Sparkes of the
rescue.
Longfellow was
arrested by the St.
Cloud Police Depart-
ment and charged
with a felony count of
animal cruelty.
The case was
unsettling with many
of the department's Shau
officers, said St. Longfel
Cloud Police Chief
Pat Kelly.
"I can tell you that a lot of
us felt the same way," Kelly
said. "You are picking on a
domesticated animal that is
most likely not going to
defend itself. Who would pick
on an animal like that?"
The phone number listed
for Longfellow was discori-
riected and he could not be
reached for comment.
: Despite the abuse, the dbg
was. found to be in good con-
dition by a county veterinari-
an, .county officials said. The
puppy galloped after a tossed
tennis ball at the animal con-
trol facility Wednesday, stop-
ping only for .some loving
attention from the staff.
The media attention the
case has received has made


Meatball a popular adoption
candidate.
"We've had calls from
Texas to London," Sparkes
said.
According to the animal
control report, Longfellow's
wife came out of the house
when control officers
approached the pit, and
admitted that her husband
put the dog in the hole
because he kept digging in
the yard.
When officers pulled up
the wood, the dog was found
lying motionless on its side.
"From what we were told
it wasn't the first time he had
done this, Sparkes said.
A garden hose was
also found on top of
the wood. When Sim-
mons asked the
woman why the hose
Swas there, she said her
husband was dunking
.' the puppy's head'
under water.
in "We took it as the
low hole the dog was in
was filled with water
and he was dunking the
dog's head under the
water," said Simmons in the
report.
Longfellow was also
given a citation for animal
cruelty by Animal Control.
The citation carries a possi-
bit $500 fine.
Animal' Control officers
must now go before a judge
to seek adoption of Meat-
ball, which Longfellow could
contest.
If the county is successful,
Meatball would be put up for
adoption. Scheduling a cus-
tody court hearing for the
dog could take up to three
months, county officials said.
"I would hope the judge
would give us custody, not
the owner," Sparkes said.


for the Arts middle school
band director Russ Weaver.
Weaver- was ecstatic about
the number of students that
were named to the all state
band and emphasized that it's
not as easy as it sounds.
The music arrives over the
summer and students have only
six weeks to prepare.
"It really tells which musi-
cians are dedicated," Weaver
said.
Before students were even
permitted to audition, music
instructors held their own audi-
tions and only permitted those
who were ready and prepared
to attend the audition in Cocoa
Beach. This year, about 30
county students were selected
to audition.
Those auditioning are gen-
erally forced to wait for about
an hour after they have
warmed up before the actual
audition process, which con-
sists of playing two etudes that
are tape recorded and later
evaluated by judges in Tallahas-
see. It typically takes about two
months before results come
back.
"Basically you just audition,
then pray for two months,"
said Carlos Lopez, 16, who

Plans
Continued from page A-
very interested in a center
with a focus on competitive
swimming, but understood
that the needs of all resi-
dents must be considered.
"Having something that
benefits the whole community
is the only way it will'be feasi-
ble," he said.
Longtime city resident
John Nicholson advocated an
indoor pool that would allow
seniors to continue their fit-
ness programs in the colder
months. Nicholson, who said
he has experienced tremen-'


was named to the high school
honor band.
Weaver said there was "a lot
of screaming" when the results
finally came back
"It's very selective," said Bill
Henley, School for the Arts
high school band director.
"Only the best try out, and only
about 10 percent of those
make it."
Henley said the accomplish-
ment is a strong benchmark for
college, especially since a large
percentage of students plan to
pursue careers in music.
Richard Davidson, a 16-
year-old junior who plays bas-
soon, was named to all state
band for the third year in a row.
"I wasn't sure if I would
make it this year because my
audition was not as good as I
wanted it to be," Richard said.
According to Richard,
selected members "get a lot of
freedom" when they head to
Tampa to rehearse and play,
but he said most of their time
would be spent practicing or
sleeping.
"It's intensive and there's
lots and lots of practice so we
pretty much just go back to the
hotel and sleep," he said.
Richard, one of the older


dous health benefits from
aquatic exercise, explained
that although the current out-
door pool is heated, the cold
air of the winter keeps him
and many other seniors away.
"It's done so much for my
wife arid myself. It's some-
thing we really need here,'"
he said.
SElaine Cardinal, city resi-
dent and business owner,
told the consultant that any
facility must be inclusive,
with activities available for
residents of all ages. Access


and more experienced teens
selected, said the performance
isn't that nerve wracking. But
15-year-old Jessie Gross dis-
agreed.
"I get nervous a lot," said
Jessie, an oboe player who was
named to the all state orches-
tra. "It's weird because you
can't see what (the judges)
think."
In addition to the excitement
of performing with the all state
band in Tampa, Weaver said
that the event is typically well
attended by college talent
scouts who actively court stu-
dents with scholarship offers.
"It's very exciting," Weaver
said.
Most students at the school
have a secondary instrument
and many play numerous
instruments, according to
Weaver. Plus, most students
spend a hefty amount of their
free time practicing.
In addition to after-school
practices and practices at.
school and at home, many stu-
dents also take private lessons,
including Marge Delgado's son,
Ben, named to the all state
band for the second straight
year.
"I'm very proud of him," she


for the disabled is also
important, she said.
Many at the meeting,
including parents of com-
petitive swimmers or those
otherwise involved in the
sport, strongly advocated a
center that could be used for
local, state and national
competition, as well as high
level training.
Caborn cautioned those
set on an indoor Olympic
size pool. Such a facility,
she said, could potentially
cost $30 million.


said of her 14-year-old son.
Those named to the all
state band include Caroline
Florez, flute, Gabriel Fernan-
dez, bass clarinet, and
Nathaniel Sutton, baritone,
who were named to the mid--
dle school concert band; John;
Stephens, trombone, who was
named to the middle school'
honor band; Will Daniels, alto'
saxophone, who was named"
to the ninth- and tenth-grade
all state band; Jessie Gross,'
oboe, and Ben Delgado, clar-'
inet, who were named to the'
ninth- and tenth-grade all state;
orchestra, Richard Davison,
bassoon, who was named to
the 11th- and 12th-grade all
state band; and Carlos Lopez,
alto saxophone, who was'
named to the high school'
small school honors band.
In addition to the nine stu-!
dents selected to all state band'
at the Osceola County School
for the Arts, two other students'
in the district also earned the'
honor. Juan Berrios, a sopho-'
more French horn player at
Osceola High School, and
Daniel Guerrero, a baritone'
player at Horizon Middle,
School, also were named to the'
all state band.


Caborn said she was
pleased with the turnput ait
the workshop and valued'
input from residents, some-
thing she called vital to this'
process.
"I think overall it was very'
positive," said Caborn.
Although the developer'
of Gramercy Farms, a new'
subdivision still under devel-
opment, has offered land for'
an aquatic center, Cabornr
said there is adequate avail-
able land in many other
areas around the city.


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HOME for area's homeless


beginning to take shape


By Conswella C. Bennett
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Two eight-unit apartment
buildings that will provide
housing for homeless women
are beginning to take shape
at 1401 W. Martin St. in
Kissimmee.
The apartments are a part
of the first phase of construc-
tion for H.O.M.E. (Helping
Others Make the Effort), a
program that will provide
housing for the homeless and
teach them skills leading to a
brighter future.
The Martin Street site also
will house an administration
building for H.O.M.E. and a
community center. The first
tenants are expected to move
in by early next year..
Osceola County and
Kissimmee officials, along
with local residents, have
been working since 1999 to
develop H.O.M.E. The
agency is expected to receive
nonprofit status as a social
service agency in the next few
weeks.
In the beginning, the pro-
gram will target single women
with children and then will be


Signs
Continued from page A-
The wire frame sign, similar
to those found on grassy road
medians, was found in a
planter in front of a downtown
business in July. The sign was
removed and no fines were
issued.
Although the city never
received a complaint about
sidewalk sandwich boards,
Holliday said code enforce-
ment was compelled to issue a
warning to businesses that it
would begin enforcing the ban
on temporary signs, including
,sandwich boards, at the begin-
'ning of August.
I Holliday said when her
'department receives a com-
'Tlainit from a citizen, staff sur-
iveys the immediate area for
'sim ilar \ ti : 'i-
"You can't just single some-
rone out, she said.
Most heeded the warning,
'.id Holliday, and those that
;did not do so immediately
,received courtesy notices.
"; After the warning was
issued only one downtown
tnerchant was cited and fined
:$100.
SMost downtown businesses
Support the change in city
rules, which was sought by St.
,Cloud Main Street, the Down-
town Business Group and the
,St. Cloud-Greater Osceola
:Chamber of Commerce.
:' "They're absolutely an asset
to downtown businesses," said
:Amy Hartman, interim pro-
gram manager for St. Cloud
Main Street, of the signs. "The
businesses are definitely


ACTION
AIR


expanded to assist other
homeless people. Residents
will be able to live for an
extended period at the com-
plex as they work toward self-
sufficiency.
Howard Walker, who has
more than 20 years of experi-
ence managing nonprofit
agencies in New York, was
named the executive director
of H.O.M.E in September.
"This gives me an oppor-
tunity to perhaps impact on
the newest crisis" that I think
we are facing in America,
and that's homelessness,"
Walker said. "This is our
new civil rights battle, and I
guess it's more like a social
rights battle now."
SThe facility will have both
two- and three-bedroom
apartments.
Paul Owen, Osceola Coun-
ty Commission chairman and
a H.O.M.E. board member,
said the property for the new
apartments happened to be
owned by both the county
and the city, with a portion
owned by a resident who
agreed to sell.
With the property in hand,
Owen said the group's plans



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encouraged they'll be able to
use the signs again."
The City Council approved
a first reading of the amend-
ment on Nov. 10. Final'
approval is expected on Dec.
15.
The new section states the
signs, which can be up to six
square feet, must be directly in
front of the business, and can-
hot impede vehicular or,
pedestrian traffic. The sign
cannot be permanently
affixed, and must be taken in
at night. Interested businesses
must obtain a, temporary per-
mit for the sign; permits can
be renewed annually.
The current code does not
specifically prohibit sidewalk
sand-. i':1 b aLild signs, but
rather prohibits existing busi-
nesses from displaying any
temporary signs. Only new
businesses.can put up tempo-
rary signs and for only 30
days. The proposed amend-
ment will add language to that
section of the city code to
allow the sidewalk boards.
The new section will essen-
tially be an exception to the
rule, said City Clerk Lori
McCorkle.
Although part of city code
for many years, many down-
town businesses were unaware
of the rule and had a habit of
putting the signs out.
"You'd be surprised at the
number of people who don't
know about certain ordinances
in the city," said Assistant City
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began to fall into place. An
anonymous donor provided
$100.000 to the project and
H.O.M.E. was able to obtain
other grants,_ which have
been used to help fund the
project.
"I'm just really thrilled at
how it came together," Owen
said.
Gary Holland, Kissim-
mee's deputy city manager
and also a H.O.M.E. board
member, said he is excited
about seeing the apartment
buildings going up.
S"We were expecting to
have the buildings up and
occupied but last year's hurri-
canes set us back," he said.
The concept for the proj-
ect was initiated by the city of
Kissimmee, Holland said.
Now, however, the project is
a. partnership between the
city, county and H.O.M.E.
In. December 2000,
H.O.M.E. had a study con-
ducted by the University of
Central Florida on the issue of
combating homelessness.
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learn what human resource
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to form a partnership with
them to train and to hire
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Walker said. "We know what
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Opinion


Editorial


Returning the favor


The 2005 hurricane season
ended Thursday with Osceola Coun-
ty mostly spared from what the area
endured in 2004.
A year ago, many home and busi-
ness owners were still cleaning up after
three named storms passed through
Central Florida. The 2004 season
ended with the hope that they would
somehow be able to restore some
order to their lives and businesses.
Although some are still awaiting
repairs, most residents this year
v.,ere spared the onslaught they
faced a yeiat ago
Still, r sidJents.a nd busiresse -
were involved in major cleanup.
from named storms. This time, they
were helping others hundreds of
miles away.. :
SKissimmee, St. Cloud, Os.;-:-ola
County and the .Osceola County
School District pitched in and sent
government workers to the Gulf
Coast to help out.
SGovernments also sent cash and
relief supplies to helf out the c.:cm-
munities hEavil,' damaged by Hurri-
canes Katrina and Rita.
; ut it wasn't only go:ver.rnmients


that pitched in. Residents who saw
the horrifying images of the impact
of Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf
Coast area wanted to help out in
any way they could.
Church groups established drop-off
points for relief supplies. 'Collection
points were set up at area schools to
help those residents of the Gulf Coast
who had relocated to the area. Stu-
dents dug into their pockets and raised
funds for hurricane relief. St. Cloud
High School raised more than
$21,000 over the course of several
weeks in' September to aid ictinms of
the storm.
so, me residents traveled to the
hard-hit areas to help feed the hungry.
They collected fo:od and set up.cook-
ing stations in the Gulf Coast area to
fe.d those w.ho had not had a hot
ncla] in we'kL.
Residents, business and govern-
n-ents realized what it was like to live
in the wake cf a strong storm and
v.anted to: return the fav'.'o after so
n-man had jounmeyed t:o Central Florida
to help out those in need here.
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than the end of the hunicane season.


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U.S Senate scrooges deserve lumps of coal for Christmas


Christmas is coming soon and
there are too manr scroco-gs loose.
, Republican U S S5enratosi, includ-
ing our own Mel Martinez, need to
took monre closely at American soci-
ety ithlis holiday season and realize
there is a need to increase the feder-
al minimum wage, which has lan-
guished at $5.15 per hour..
SFifty-one Republican senators
Oct. 19 voted against an increase
t,o the minimum wage; the last
increase came in Septembei of
1997. Only four Republican sena-
tors Rick Santorum and Arlen
pe cter, both of Pennsylvania,
Mike DeWine; of Ohio, and Lin-
boln Chafee, of Rhode Island -
and all Democratic senators voting
pn the issue sided with an increase
bf $1.10 over an 18-month peri-
ld. These senators, including
Democrat Bill Nelson of Florida,
have shown they have a heart.
Martinez is out of touch with his
,onstituents in Florida who in 2004
k, erwhelmiingly supported a $1
increase in the state minimum wage,


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up to $6.15, with annual adjust-
ments thereafter. Few businesses
have complained about the higher
wages being paid since the law..went,
into effect. In fact, the state has
seen strong job growth since then.
SMany of- the samfi -Republican
senators who voted against the latest
modest increase to the minimum
wage voted to increase their own
.pay seven times (by approximately
$28,000) since 1997. That's out-
right hypocrisy, since someone
earning the minimum wage working


40 hours a week would earn just
$10,700 a year, $4,500 below the
federal poverty level. This increase
alone for senators was approximate-
ly 2.6 times the annual earnings of a
minimum wage worker. The $6.25
per hour wage would produce only
$13,000 for year's worth of work.
It's just common sense and basic
economics that the buying power of
the minimum wage is eroded over
time bLy inflation and ought to be
raised annuall. According to the.
Economic Policy Institute, the mini-
mum wage is now at a 56-year low
relative to the average national non-
supervisory wage. In 1950, the
wage was 56 percent of the national
average; today, it is just 32 percent.
As an example of how much'it
would cost, economic analysts said
the Florida wage increase, which
went.into effect May 2, would mean


a $20 restaurant bill would increase
to $20.14, hardly a price spike that
would dissuade customers from
going to that restaurant.
The minimum wage has been an
important part of our nation's econ-
omy for 65 years. It helps to equal-
ize the imbalance in bargaining
power that low-wage workers face
in the labor market and is a tool in
fighting poverty. Research has
shown that most of the beneficiaries
of a minimum wage are adults, most
are female and the vast majority are
members of low-income working
families not teenagers earning
spending money as claimed- by
many opponents.
In a signed statement released
.by the Economic Policy Institute
in 2004, 562 economists, includ-
ing four Nobel Prize winners, sup-
ported a modest increase in the


minimum wage.
Not raising the minimum wage
means that businesses that emploV
minimum wage workers are getting;
jobs done today* at the same cosl
they did in 1997. We kn9w for
whom the Republicans toil.
Despite a lot of political rhetoric
about the precious value of families,
Congress in 2004 was in no mrood,
to defy the White House bi increas-
ing the minimum wage. The Fait,
Minimum Wage Act of 2005 offered,
another opportunity for Republicang
to show their compassion. They
failed miserably and for that, they,
deserve a lump of coal. n their;
Christmas stockings.
Marvin G. Cortner is assistant edi-
tor of the Osceola News-Gazette Con-
tact him at 407-846-7600, Ext. 203.
E-mail at mcortner@osceola
newsgazette.com


Don't suspend job search during the holidays


By Kimberly Cornett
Special to the News-Gazette .
SThe holiday season offers time for
reflection, resolutions and thoughts
about family and future. For people
seeking employment or concerned
about company downsizing, the sea-
.irn can be filled with great uncertain-
ty. With the current low unempl-)-
ment rates arid resulting tight labor
market, it is important to approach
thE job search process with a strategic
plan this holiday season.
Workforce Central Florida urges
people challenged by unemployment,
facing an uncertain future or looking
to climb the corporate ladder to
understand that training and einpioy'-
ment opportunities can be found d~ir-
ing the holiday season.
Some businesses hire pai-time t;
fill positions created by holiday vaca-
tions or to meet year-end demand
from customers. Part-time work is
better than no work, and it adds to
your unemployment credits and is an
excellent way to show off your talents.
Because of the complexity of hiring
full-time personnel, some companies
hire part-time employees to evaluate
how a person fits in and meets their
expectations.
Don't put off applying for full-time
work during the holiday season. Com-
panies operating on a calendar year
budget will make decisions about per-
sonnel during this tirtie. Make sure
your application and r&sume are there
for employers when they consider hir-
ing new people.
Exploit the season by attending

Submit letters to the editor to
Osceola News-Gazette, P.O.
Box 422068, Kissimmee, FL
34742. If you wish to fax your
letter to the newspaper, the
newspaper's fax number is 407-
933-6856.
No more than one letter per
writer will be published, each
month. An individual will be


parties or gatherings and networking
with people who might know of job
openings. Many times your best
source for a job opening is a friend or
acquaintance with insider knowledge
about good jobs. While it's difficult to
admit to being unemployed to friends
and family, these people are essential
to your personal marketing network.
They ,'ill keep their eyes open for
potential opportunities for you.
: Don't complicate your situation by
overspending. Try to avoid debt and
cut expenses. Renew your relation-
ship with family and friends. Many
wealthy, successful people look back
to tight financial times, when they
were forced to focus on friendship, as
Some of the best, most meaningful
'moments in their lives.
Seek help from Workforce Central
Florida for job counseling and finan-
cial assistance. Whether you are look-
ing for a high-tech or entry-level job,
let Workforce's centers work for you.
Use the programs that provide finan-
cial aid or apply for a Pell grant to
meet your basic needs or improve
your skills to locate a new job. You
have access to these services at no
cost to you.
Understand that job loss, unem-
ployment and job seeking are stress-
ful. Acknowledge this and understand
that you are not alone.
There is some truth to the state-
ment that the hardest job of all is find-
ing a good job. Avoid bad habits -
don't get into drugs or alcohol. Get
yourself in shape, focus on your
health and enjoy the extra time you

allowed to submit one letter of
rebuttal if he or an organization
he represents is the subject of a
letter to the editor.
All letters should include the
name, address and daytime phone
number of the writer for verifica-
tion purposes. The News-Gazette
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have to do things for your family.
Keep a positive attitude.
Get organized. Write and design a
new resume. Customize a few
resumes to highlight specific career
tracks where you have good skills. Be
methodical about your job search.
Workforce Central Florida has excel-
lent resume writing software and can
provide you with helpful tips and sug-
gestions to make sure you are
approaching your job search in a pro-
fessional, effective and efficient man-
ner. Post your resume online. Use our
Resource Room. Again, for unem-
ployed or dislocated workers there is
no cost for Workforce Central Flori-
da's job search services.
Decrease tension at home. Money
issues and employment problems rate
highly on the stress scale. If you have
a friend or family member who is
unemployed, be supportive and help-
ful. Kindness, sympathy and compas-
sion for people who are going
through a temporary period of unem-
ployment will be rewarded when your
significant other lands that good job.
Be positive and be patient. Bring-
ing, a positive attitude to your job
search and interviews will help you be
successful. Patience goes a long way
too understand that it takes time


for your resume and cover letter to be
routed to the appropriate person or
department. Be courteous and under-
standing when you follow up with
potential employers; your attitude on
the phone may be the deciding factor-
in getting an interview or job offers
Saying "thank you" goes a long way.
Use the staffing industries. More
and more employers are using "con-
tingent workers," especially during
times of economic recovery and
uncertainty, Employers often use tem-
porary help agencies as recruitment
and screening strategies. These jobs'
often turn into full-time, regular
employment and even if they don't,
the experience can yield another posi-
tive employer recommendation,
Workforce Central Florida can pro-
vide links with the staffing industry.
Workforce Central Florida has
four centers to help you find the ser-
vices you need to get and keep a job.
Call 407-531-1200 if you are look-
ing for employment. For more infor-
mation, visit www.WorkforceCen-
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Shooting suspects
sought
Osceola County Sheriff's
Office deputies were looking
for several suspects Friday
wanted in the shooting of a
man at a Buenaventura Lakes
convenience store early Friday
morning.
Deputies responded to the
7-Eleven convenience store,
1011 Buenaventura Blvd., at
about 3:48 a.m. in reference
to an aggravated battery call.
According to witnesses,
the 21-year-old victim from
the Kissimmee area entered
the store to pay- for gas.
Two other men followed
him in the store and the
three exchanged words.
The victim left the store
and was again followed by
the suspects. Continuing to
exchange words, the victim
attempted to get back into
his car when one of the men
produced a gun and shot the
victim.
The suspects then fled in a
small blue car with chrome
rims, driving north on Bue-
*naventura Boulevard, which
becomes Landstar Boulevard
in Orange County.. Witnesses
said one suspect had a beard
and was wearing a blue sweat-
shirt. Both suspects were
wearing baseball caps.
The victim was airlifted to
Orlando Regional, Medical
Center where he was in stable
condition. Two other people
in the victim's vehicle were
not injured.
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accused of threatening two
panhandlers at a 7-Eleven
convenience store, 101 S.
John Young Parkway, with
his permitted gun.
Evans will also have to pay
a $500 fine, according to the
Orange-Osceola .State Attor-
ney's Office.
Because of the arrest, the
Kissimmee Cit.. Commission
in October removed Evans as
housing advisory board
chairman.
Meal for needy
families Dec. 16
Home for the Holidays,


the event that provides a
Christmas for needy families,
will be held from 3 to 9 p.m.
on Friday, Dec. 16, at Osce-
ola Heritage Park in Kissim-
mee.
Volunteers are needed to
help serve meals to an
expected 4,000 or more
Osceola County residents.
There will be three dinner
seating times: 3:30 p.m.,
5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Besides Christmas meals,
there will be gifts for more
than 2,200 children.
The event is a collabora-
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nonprofit groups in the
county and other organiza-
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Shelter, Children's Advocacy
Center, Help Now, Foster
Parents, Park Place Behav-
ior'al Center, Transition
House, Family Services of
Metro 'Orlando, Osceola,
County School District and
the U.S. .Marine Corps Toys
for Tots campaign.
To volunteer.before or at
the event contact Susan
Crutchfield, Community
Vision youth project manag-
er, at 4077933-0870.
Man busted for
child porn
A St. Cloud man was
jailed Thursday after authori-


Volunteers
Continued from page A-1


the group is saving a number
of spots for walk-up volun-
teers, but she hopes the
majority of those who choose
to donate their time will call
ahead so that they can s,:hJd-
ule volunteers in an efclii:Tit
manner Volunteers can come
in for an hour o0r donate their
i. time for several' days.
i' "We need volunteers for the
entire week, not just the day,"
:said, Cara Freedman, director
.of evaluation services for
'Community Vision. "On Dec.
12 we'll need people to sort
:toys by age groups and stuff
Cood:.d' bags, then there's deco-
rating and actually serving at
the event."'
The event has been going
.on for several years, but this
year's at Osceola Heritage
;" /'


Park on Dec. 16 is expected
to be the largest to date. More
than 4,000 are expected to
attend the event, which begins
at 3 p.m. An estimated 2,500
to 3,000 attendees are. expect-
ed to be c:hil.dri Last year the
growirig :vetrnt .w held at the
Kissitrhee Civic Center.
Families are registered for
the event through a nr.-11,1 'r .:f
local non-profit agencies,
including the Osceola County
Council, on Aging, Community
Vision, Guardian Ad Litem,
Family Services Metro Orlan-
do, Park Place Behavioral
Center, the Marine Corps
Toys for Tots and Give Kids
Safe Shelter. The Osceola
County School District also
helps pinpoint needy families.
Volunteers must be at least


high school age. Volunteers
can commit to donate their
time by calling the volunteer
line. at 407-933-0870. The
group also is seeking dona-
tions of new unwrapped toys
for children ranging from new-
borns to the age of 18, craft
supplies, gift wrap and cash
donations.
Donation bins are spread
throughout the county ,at
locations including all First
National Banks, Albertsons,
the Kissimmee-Osceola
County Chamber of Com-
merce and many area
schools. Businesses also can
request a collection bin by
calling the volunteer line.
Contact Deanna Sheffield
at 407-846-7600, Ext. 210.
E-mail at dsheffield@
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ties discovered more than
250 images of child pornog-
raphy on his home comput-
er.
Osceola County Sheriff's
Office detectives arrested and
charged Seth Michael Wiesner,
34, 346-A Pineland Court, with
255 counts of sexual perform-
ance bya child after an exten-
sive investi-
gation that
began 8
months ago.
Detec-
t i v e s r
received
information .
in April from .
the U.S. Seth Wiesner'
Customs
Department that Wiesner was
possibly involved in child
pornography. At that time,
Wiesner allowed investigators to
search his home where detec-
tives found that. his computer
contained numerous child
pornography images.
When questioned about
the photos, Wiesner indicat-
ed he had had child pornog-
raphy pictures in the past,
but denied knowing anything
about recent photos found
on his computer, Sheriff's
Office officials said.
The computer, along with
other evidence from Wies-
ner's home, was sent to the
Orange County Computer
Crimes 'Squad for further
examination.
.Of the 364 images of sus-
pected child pornography
found, 255 photos were con-
firmed to be children 18
years old or younger, Sher-.


Recruit


iff's Office reports said.
Based on this information,
Wiesner was arrested and
booked in the Osceola Coun-
ty Jail. He was released on
$1,000 bond.
Kissimmee FYI
This week's episode of
Kissimmee FYI will include
details on the city's Holiday
Extravaganza event sched-
uled for Saturday, Dec. 10,
in Lakefront Park.
The show will include:
Commission Close-up:
A profile on the Home for
the Holidays event for needy
families organized by Com-
munity Vision.
Inside Kissimmee: A
look at the Holiday Extrava-
ganza event.
K.P.D. Safety: This
week's most wanted suspect
and safety tips for the holi-
day season.
Healthy Lifestyles: A
feature by the Osceola
Extension Office on toy
:safety.
Community Calendar:
A quick glimpse at the 2006
Concert in the Park Series.
Kissimmee FYI is a week-
ly TV magazine show broad-
cast on .the city of Kissim-
mete's government cable.
channel, Access Osceola.
The city's Public Informa-
tion Office .produces the
program.
The 30-minute program is
broadcast four tiles' daily at
7 a.m., noon, 6 p.m. and 10
p.m. on channel 9 to cable
subscribers in Osceola Coun-


ty. A new episode debuts,
every Thursday at 6 p.m.
Access Osceola is operat-
ed by the city of Kissimmee.
in partnership with the Osce-
ola School District, Kissim-
mee Utility Authority and
Community Vision.
For more information
contact the-Kissimmee Public.
Information Office at 407-'
518-2314.
Main Street program
Kissimmee Main Street is
hosting a public transporta-
tion presentation with an
emphasis on pedestrian and
bicycle safety design Mon-
day, Dec. 12.
Dan Burden, executive
director of Walkable Com-n
munities and senior urban
designer with Glatting Jack-
son Kercher Anglin Lopez
Rinehart Inc., will be in
Kissimmee on Monday, Dec.
12, to conduct a public pres-
entation on Livable Commu-
nities at 6:30 p.m. in the
City Commission chambers
at City Hall.
Sponsored by Kissirmmee
Main Street, the presenta-
tion will offer an overview of
transportation' and safety
and their role in achieving
sustainable, active, livable
communities, with an
emphasis on outstanding
roadway/sidewalk design
for pedestrians and bicycles:
For more information
contact Jessica Newman
with Kissimmee Main Street
at 407-846-4643.


Continued from page A-i


heard from a number of peo-
ple who want to learn how to
get involved in the community
or in politics.
A two-day seminar in Feb-'
ruary or March that will also


prepare future candidates for
an EIkcticrn is being planned,
Hansen said.
SFor more information
about the Future Leaders
Forum or 'to reserve a space


contact Izza Macedo at 4077
933-0174.
Contact Conswella C. Ben-
nett at 407-846-7600, Ext.
205. E-mail at cbennett@
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OHS students in
honor band
The following students
have been accepted to repre-.
sent Osceola High School in
the 2005 FSU Tri-State
Honor Band: Juan Berrios,
second time; and Devin King.
The students will represent
the school in December.
Michigan Avenue
activities
Michigan Avenue Elemen-
tary School Advisory Council
will meet Tuesday, Dec. 13,
starting at 7:30 a.m. in the
media center. This year's
chairmen are parent Dave
Culver and teacher Mary Law-
son. The group's secretary is
parent Kathy Atkinson. Par-
ents and visitors are welcome
to attend the meetings that
are held on the second Tues-
day morning of the month.
Mill Creek
teacher of year
Mill Creek Elementary's
teacher of the year is Carl
Watson, music teacher at
the school for the past 11
years. Watson has taught in
Osceola County for 20
years, starting at Michigan
Elementary then moving to
Deerwood Elementary.
Partin Settlement
activities
Partin Settlement Elemen-
tary's School Advisory Coun-
cil will meet Tuesday, Dec.
13, in the school media center
from 6. p.m. to 7 p.m.
Paula McGee, a teacher of
the Hearing impaired, was
selected as the school's
teacher of the year. As well as
teaching her-students, McGee
organizes the annual food
drive for local families and
arranged and set up a tribute
to active military personnel
and veterans.
Pleasant Hill
activities
Jodie Livingston, fifth-
grade teacher, and Jeri-Lynn
Severance, ESE teacher, at
Pleasant Hill Elementary have
;been nr6ifiated f:or the 2006
,Disney teacher award. Each
-nominee will submit an appli-
cation that includes several
,professional reflection essays.
A committee comprised of
education experts from
;around the country will then
;review the nominee applica-
itions and select the 2006 Dis-
nhey teacher award honorees.
'Those selected will be named
and attend an awards gala in
July. At that time, four hon-
orees will be selected as out-
standing teachers and one will
be named the 2006 Disney


teacher of the year.
The Pleasant Hill School
Advisory Council will meet
Wednesday, Dec. 14, at 7:45
a.m. in the media center. For
more information contact
Fran Kennedy, SAC chair-
man, at 407-935-3700.
Teacher in
Who's Who
Yatrawati Mastapha, inter-
mediate Project Child teacher
at Reedy Creek Elementary,
has been selected for inclu-
sion in the 10th Edition of
Who's Who Among Ameri-
ca's Teachers, 2005/2006.
Who's Who selects 5 percent
of the nation's teachers.
Mastapha is a national board
certified teacher who has 17
years of service in the field of
education.
Ross Jeffries
activities
Sandy Rogers has been
named Ross E. Jeffries Ele-
mentary's school-related em-
ployee of the year for 2006.
Rogers is the parent liaison
for the school and handles the
parent volunteer and OASIS
program. She was nominated
by her fellow employees for
her great attitude, work ethic,
dedication to the students and
parents and for her extremely
flexible approach to teaching..
Winners of the fifth-grade
writing contest at Ross E. Jef-
fries Elementary were: Alfredo
Rebolledo, Genesis Cruz,
Emma Demeulenaere, Alyssa
Wade, Chelsey Houpt and
Elizabeth Ferrantino. Stephen
Lynch was named the overall
winner for contest. Each of
the students scored a 5 or
higher on the writing project.
Celebration book fair
Celebration K-8 willhave a
book fair in the school's
media center the week of Dec.
5. The book fair will be open
Wednesday, Dec. 7, until 8
p.m. The school's Literacy
Council will sponsor Polar
Express activities for K-8 chil-
dren in the cafeteria from 6
p.m. to 7 p.m. so parents can
shop'" "studentri-lee at the-"
book fair.
Ventura teachers
.nominated
Amy Holman, third-grade
teacher, and Patrick Blake,
fifth-grade teacher, at Ventura
Elementary are being recog-
nized for their creativity and
success in the classroom as a
Disney teacher award nomi-
nee. Holman and Blake join a
group of teachers from across
the country who have been
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showcased one of its two hydrogen-powered cars
on the Celebration High School campus Nov. 18.
Students were able to view and learn about this
pollution-free vehicle during science classes and at
lunchtime when the car was parked on the school
courtyard.


award process, they are sub-
mitting an application to be
considered for the 2006 Dis-
ney teacher of the year award.
Denn John SAC
meeting
Denn John Middle's School
Advisory Council will meet
Dec. 6 at 6 p.m. in the
school's media center.
Benefit golf
tournament
The second annual Hori-
zon Middle School Charity.
Golf Classic will be held May
20 at Celebration Golf Club
and will begin at 8 a.m. The
proceeds of the fund-raiser
will benefit the school's All
Star Athletic Program. For
more information contact
Frankie Franceschi at 407-
943-7240.
Narcoossee activities
The following Narcoossee
Community School middle
school students were named
to.' the 2005 volleyball team:,
Hannah Bolin, Cassandra
Brady, Kortney Burrpughs,
Stephanie Colvin, Tyler Clay,
Kyle Carr, Robbie De Angelis,


Jessica Disbro, Stephanie.
Graber, Sarah Girard, Vance
Harris Beth Newcott, Terryn
O'Donnell, Harrison Porter,
Alicia Palm, Kristin Ramirez
and Samantha Vantassel. Ali
Caloiaro is the volleyball
coach.
The school's flag football
team members are: Chris
Carver, Jorge Pimento, Josh
Miller, Corey Albritton, Bran-
don Archambau, Max
Morales, Hunter White, Corey
Boza, Chris Valdez, Nickolas
Fiorentino, Zack Pruitt,
Michael Perkins, Jason
Kubicek, Chris Spanglo, Juan
Duenas, Justin Owens, and
Christian Smith, Justin Garcia
coaches the football team.
All-state band
The following Osceola
County School for the Arts
band students were named to
the Florida Bandmasters
Association's 2005-06 All
State Bands: Middle, school
concert band- Caroline, Flo-
rez, flute; Gabriel Fernandez,
bass clarinet; and Nathaniel
Sutton, baritone; middle
school honor band John
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Will Daniels, Alto Sax; ninth-
and 1 0th-grade all state
orchestra Jesse Grosse,
oboe; and Bert Delgado, clar-
inet; 11th- and 12th-grade all
state band Richard Davison.
Top teacher
Tom Davis, who oversees
the technical theater depart-
ment at the Osceola County
School for the Arts, has been
named the school's teacher of
the year. He has been with the
school since its opening.
Davis believes that theater
should be fun and strives to
make the work interesting and
enjoyable.
New honor society
members
The Gateway High
School's National Honor
Society inducted the following
new members last month:
Mara Abeleda, Gabielle
Arcangeli, Kristen Basant,
Ellease Bender, Sadie Craft,
Yasmina Dardari, Phuong Do,
Kristen Garringer, Sarah Hart,
Nathaly Hewawasam, Sara
Khan, Neida Ortiz, George
Patino, Samina Rahman,
Kathleen Ramos, Shane
Samaroo, Norkaris Santiago,
Paloma Sardina, Kimberly
Singh, Zainab Tariq and
Rebekah Torres.
Adcock nominated
Sfor program
Christopher Adcock, a
senior at Harmony High, has
been nominated for the Sun-
shine State scholars recogni-
tion program. Initiated in
1997, the program recog-
nizes excellence in mathe-
matics and science among
high school seniors in Flori-
da. Adcock was chosen based
on his interest and ability in.
math and science. He cur-
rently has a 4.0 GPA, and
plans to pursue a bachelor's


degree in chemistry.
Poinciana teachers
nominated
Seven teachers from Poin-
ciana High School have been
nominated by students to
receive the Disney Teacher of
the Year Award. The teachers
nominated are: Alice Kontos,
Ashley Newell, Genny
Schaedel, Bill Bender, David
Criswell, Mike Fletcher and
John Legrande.
Center gets grant
The Adolescent Residen-
tial Center's education
department was awarded
the grand prize community
service mini-grant of $250
from the Toho Water
Authority in conjunction
with Great Outdoors Days.
The money will be used to
create four themed gardens
in the educational area at
the center.
District gets grant
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trict received more than $1.1
million to help studerits
become more fluent in Eng-
lish, improve their academic
achievement, enable parents
of these students to.become
active participants in their
children's education and
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workers and residents.
Dalia Medina, ESOL coor-
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cultural education depart-
ment, will oversee the pro-
gram. The grant was obtained
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Boggy Creek top
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grade teacher Adelene Sicar-
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December 3, 2005


SHOOTOUT ON THE WAY


Prep tourney


shifts to PHS


for 25th edition


Cheer on


underdogs


in title tilts


Rick Pedone
Sports Editor
rpedone@
osceolanewsgazette.com


By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer
The 25th Anniversary
edition of thd Great Florida
Shootout will commence
Dec. 16-21 at a new home
- Poinciana High School.
Since 1994, when it
moved from the Osceola
High gym, the 16-team
prep tournament has been
housed at the Kissimmee
Civic Center.
As usual, the tourna-
ment features Florida's top
squads and several out-of-
state powerhouses.
Defending Shootout
champion Miami Dr. Krop
(16-6 last season), coached
by Shakey Rodriguez,
returns along with other
previous visitors like Fort
Lauderdale Cardinal Gib-
bons (26-4), Edgewater


(24-4, 3-0 this season),
Oviedo (24-5, coached by
Shootout founder Ed Ker-
shner) and Laurinburg
Charter, N.C. (27-7).
. Also coming from out-
of-state are Our Savior
New American, Center-
reach, N.Y. (19-16), South
Gwinnett (28-3) of Snel-
Iville, Ga., and Houston
Westfield High (33-7),
Four county high schools
are also in the field: Osceo-
la (17-12, 1-1), Poinciana
(8-16, 3-0), Gateway (21-5,
4-1) and St. Cloud (17-7).
The other Florida
entrants include Miami
Norland (24-5), Ocoee (0-
2), Montverde Academy
(21-6) and Oldsmar Christ-
ian (25-4).
"We think we've put
together a great tourna-
ment, one that the people


News-Gazette Photo/Sam Roberts
Poinciana's Dante Curry lays in a shot during the Eagles victory over
Harmony Monday. The Eagles will host the Great Florida Shootout.


here are really going to
enjoy," said Shootout
Chairman David Apfel-
baum. "We're moving to a
facility that has been com-
pletely rebuilt and that has
great seating. There's also
plenty of room for the con-
cessions and for our hospi-


tality area, so we really
believe that this is going to
work out well."
Poinciana Principal
Debra Pace said her staff is
looking forward to hosting
the prestigious event.
"We are very .pleased
and excited to have the


opportunity," she said. "I
think it's a win-win."
Poinciana Coach Jay
Lunce is looking forward
to competing in the tour-
nament again.
"The Great Florida
See Shootout, page B-2


Lady Panthers


edge Poinciana


News-Gazette Photo/Sam'Roberts
Gateway's Maria Carcamo tries to block Estephanie Roman's shot while
Kristin Samuels watches at the Poinciana.gym on Thursday.


OHS grid job


attracts interest


Jacque
Mitchell
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Spec fishing is,'on the
upswing. I've talked to sev-
eral people this week who
have caught limits before 10
a.m. Most of them are using
live minnows, but a couple
of them have been using
white jigs with a white mis-
ter twister tail.
,Some of the hot spots
are Goblets Cove, the deep
watei around marker 26
between the two islands and
the area out from Granada
Landing.
This cold weather should
keep them fired up. I
haven't heard much about
'blue gill fishing lately. I think
most people are concentrat-
ing on the specs.
I'm sure the cold will have
the opposite effect on bass
fishing. If you plan on going
out to use artificial baits,
'your best bet might be a 6-
inch worm worked very
slowly. You might try fishing
around some pretty heavy
cover, such as reeds or mat-
ted hydrilla. It might even
slow the shiner fishing for a
,couple of days, but it will still
be better than using artificial
baits. The next time I'm out,
I'm going to try free-lining
some shiners in a couple of
deeper holes.
Big Toho Marina will
hold its season-ending clas-
sic on Dec. 10 from safe
light to 2 p.m. Those who
fished five Wednesday tour-
naments are eligible.


By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Osceola High Athletic
Director Dana Dodson said
Thursday 'that applications
are rolling in for the foot-
ball coaching position that
was vacated three weeks
ago by Jim Scible.
"The state (Florida High
School Athletic Associa-
tion) finally got it posted,
and since then things have
really picked up," he said.
Dodson said two Osceo-
la assistant coaches have
applied: defensive coordi-
nator Alan Baker, a mem-
ber of Scible's staff for 10
years and an OHS alumus,
and offensive coordinator
Doug Nichols, a member
of the Kowboys coaching
,staffs of Scible and Greg
Johnson for 17 years.
Johnson, who coached
the Kowboys from 1988-
95, is a dean at Parkway
Middle and said he has no
intention of applying for
the job.
Dodson said no inter-
views have been conduct-
ed.
The job has been posted
at the Osceola School Dis-
trict for a sufficient period
to allow Osceola High
administrators to hire a
coach at their discretion.
Dodson said the plan is
to have the job filled by the
Christmas break.
"But, if it runs into early


January, that's what we'll
do," he said.
SMeanwhile, Scible :has
applied for a. number of
jobs in Florida and Alaba-
ma.
'Mi. name is out there.
There are a lot of options,"
said Scible, a 42-year vet-
eran in Florida and Texas.
Scible said it is unlikely
that he will take a head
coaching job in the Central
Florida area.
."There aren't that many
openings right now. The
playoffs are still going on,
for one thing. There is
Lake Howell, but what with
the connection with Osce-
ola on the schedule (next
season) that's something I
wouldn't want to get irto,"
he said.
Scible said that he has
diicu.seJd relocating; to
another state with his wife,
Pat.
"It would be a different
kind of situation, for
sure," he said. "Some of
the jobs I'm looking at are
6A, the big schools. That
wasn't my intention, origi-
nally. I thought I'd leave
(next) December and
maybe find a smaller
school without all the
administrative overhead,
but that's changed. I feel
good and I'm ready to dive
into it again. I don't think
I'm headed for the rocking
chair anytime soon."


By Ken Jackson
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Gateway picked a fine
time t:.o .et its first ,win
Sparked by it- bench.
the Ladc Par lth11 ioet -
cam- ai early deficit and
beat Poinciana, : 57-52,
Thursday night at the PHS
gym The win counts in
both the Orange Belt Con-
fererce and District 6A-5

Guard Maria'Carcamo
entered early.in the game
and gave Gateway' 16
points, 10 rebounds,-four
assists and five steals,
Coach Dennis LaBarge has
had to be judicious about
her minutes of late after


she injured her back.
"We sputtered early and
.we had to go to her early,
and t.:,nighlt was her night,"
LaBarge. said`. "The trainer
had tol stretch her out late
in the game
The Eagles, 4-3 (1-2 in
6A-5, 0-2 in OBC) used a
balanced attack to take a
14-7 lead after one quarter
and 28-23 at the-half, But
Panther guard Jessica Her-
nandez hit three-pointers
on three straight trips down
:he floor in the third quar-
ter to give Gateway (1-4, 1-
2, 1-1) the lead, which it
held 38-36 entering the
fourth.
,,See Panthers, page B-2


Saturday
Seals hockey Jacksonville at Seals, 7:35 p.m.
Wrestling St. Cloud Rotary tournament, 10 a.m..
Monday
Bo~. basketball Celebration at Poinciana, 7:30 p.m.; Vanguard at
HI .-ilajld Clr 5 30 p.m.; Westgate at Heritage Chr., 7:30 p.m.
Girls basketball -Poinciana at Hjrm..ni., 3' p,m.;.Vanguard at
Heartland Chr., 7 p.m; Westgate at Heritage Chr., 6 p.m.
Boys soccer Trinity Prep at St. Cloud, 7p.m.; Poinciana at Harmony,
7 p.m.
Girls soccer Gateway at Osceola, 7 p.m.
Tuesday
Boys basketball Cypress Creek at Osceola, 7:30 p.m.; EustisL at St.
Cloud, 7:30 p.m.; Gateway at Poinciana, 7:30 p.m.; Celebration at
Bishop Moore, 7:30 p.m.; South Lake at Harmony, 7:30 p.m.; South-
land at Vanguard, 7 p.m.; Heritage Chr. at Calvary, 7:30 p.m.
Girls basketball St. Cloud at Eustis, 7:30 p.m.; Heartland Chr. at
Gateway, 7:30 p.m.; Bishop Moore at Celebration, 7:30 p.m.; Harmo-
ny at South Lake, 7:30 p.m.; Heritage Chr i Cal, ary, 7:30 p.m.
Boys soccer PHS at OHS, 7:15 p.m.; Dr Pl.Illpe at GHS, 7 p.m.
Girls soccer Bishop Moore at St. Cloud, 7 p.m.; Eustis at Celebra-
tion, 7 p.m.; South Lake at Harmony, 7 p.m.
Wednesday
Boys basketball Harmony at Osceola, 7:30 p.m.
Girls basketball Osceola at St. Cloud, 7:30 p.m.; Poinciana at Oak
Ridge, 7:30 p.m.
Boys soccer -Centennial at Osceola, 4:30 p.m.
Girls soccer Freedom at GHS, 7 p.m.; Boone at PHS, 7:30 p.mr
Girls weightlifting Gateway, Harmony at St. Cloud, 2 p.m.; Osceola
at Poinciana, 4:30 p.m.
Wrestling Haines City at St. Cloud, 6 (. r m
Thursday
Boys basketball Poinciana at Oak Ridge, 7:30 p.m.; Southland Chr.
at New Dimensions, 7 p.m.; Life Acad. at Heritage Chr., 7:30 p.m.
Girls basketball Life Acad. at Heritage Chr., 6 p.m.
Boys soccer Gateway at Cypress Creek, 7 p.m.; Poinciana at Free-
dom, 7:30 p.m.
Girls soccer OHS at PHS, 7 p.m.; St. Cloud at Harmony, 7 p.m.
Friday
Seals hockey Columbus at Seals, 7:35 p.m.
Boys basketball Harmony at St. Cloud, 7:30 p.m.; Celebration at
Tavares, 7:30 p.m.
Girls basketball Osceola at Poinciana, 7:30 p.m.; St. Cloud at Har-
mony, 7:30 p.m.; Dr. Phillips at Gateway, 7:30 p.m.; Tavares at Cele-
bration, 7:30 p.m.
Boys.soccer Osceola at Eau Gallie, 7:15 p.'m.; Tavares at St. Cloud, 7
p.m.; Harmony at Eustis, 7 p.m.
Girls soccer Eau Gallie at Osceola, 7 p.m.; St. Cloud at Palm Bay, 7
p.m.; Gateway at Timber Creek, 7 p.m.; Poinciana at Cypress Creek,
7:30 p.m.; Celebration at South Lake, 7 p.m.
Wrestling Kowboy Kup at Osceola, 2 p.m.


Call me Captain Underdog. ,
Happy I shall be if Colorado aAd FSU
come.through vith upsets in thr con-
ference championships today.,
Then I'll put on the powder b 'e and
hope UCLA knocks off USC..
Oh, to see the wretched Bowl Cham-
pionship Series thrown into c 4plete
chaos. What to do with five or s one-
loss teams, and just one champ nship
game.for therl all -
No, if's not going to happen. Texas
will roll the Butis, the Seminoles will
spend three hours imitating Temple,
and UCLA vill be a ..ildly er training
loser in the Pac-10 finale
The apologists justify the inane BCS
format by saying that a playoff system
would demean the regular season, ren-
dering'traditional rivalries insignificant.
That night not be the stupidest argu-
rment I \e ever heard wait, on second
thought, yeah, it is.
Put a pla!.,o:ff sstemn in place, and
there's no doLubt that their fans would
shrug off Ohio State-Michigan. Texas-
Oklahoma. Alabama-Auburn and
toda.s Arm,''-Navy. right?.......-
The BCS boosters are thrilled that
t'.lo undefeated teams will meet in the
Rose Bowl for the -national 'champi-
onship. Proves that the syste~mn:orks,
they say., ,.
Forget that there are a fv pretty
good ore-lo.ss teams like Pehn State,
which is a last-play TD pass at Michigan
away from pIrtt rct ion. '" :.
Bult. best .records.rule in major college
football. if noiov.here else Wild-cards iwin
the World Series, a iew Super Bowl win-
ners have had' five losses, and trW to
count the Cinderellas who danced home
from March Madness with the big tro-
phy. ,- .
Speaking of dancing, time to hip-hop
lor turkey trot, as he case mal be) on
over to the Mighty News-Gage.te Top
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No, 1- The Colts; -Jo 2: The Colts
(yes, -hev're that .gd); No.?13: The
Broncos; No. 4: The Men of Troy; No.
5: The Horns; No. 6: Christmas
parades; No, 7; Our Knights; No,8: Our
O'Leary; No. 9. Playoffs; No, '10: Play-,
mates, No. 11: -Play Dough; No. 12:
Play ball; No. 13: Play it again, Sam.
On to the picks:
Tulsa at UCF (-2):::Our Knights, play-
ing :or the. C-USA chamipionship,- and
our very own Young Jackson will be
there.. In a "Win It for Kenny Special,"
Our Knights biy ).
.Colorado vs. Texas (-27 1/2): This
game is famous for upsets. On the other
handjtfame is fleeting. Horns by 140.
Va. Tech. (-14).vs. FSU: Remember
when they played for.the national cham-
pionship? The Hokies had Michael Vick'
and the Ncles had an offense. 'Hokies
by; 20.
UCLA at USC (- 1): Three words:
Take the points Tr6jans by 10.
LSU (-2) vs. Georgia: Here's a ieal
conference championship ., gme.
Tigers-by -2.--- ---
SArmy vs. Navy (-61/2): The greatest
rivalry in Arneiica. Middies by 3.
The paid professionals:
Jacksonville (-3), at -Clevelandi Jags
don't need Byron Leftwivch to win this
sod buster. Jags by 3.
Buffalo at Miami (-3 1/2): The Big
Man was going to waste a Super 'Sniffer
upset on this one, but, really, why both-
er? Fins by 4.
Tampa Bay (-3 1/2) at New Orleans:
Our Bucs need this. too much to blow it.
Our Bucs by 6.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (-3 1/2):
Both of these teams have problems. The
Steelers tackles stink, and Chad John-
son's end zone dances are getting
worse. Stinky Steelers by 6.
Dallas at N.Y. Giants (-3): If this
comes dowr to the kickers, it might be a
double forfeit. Giants by 2.
Denver (-1 1/2) at Kansas City: Good
team against desperate one. Desperate
Chiefs by 1.
Young Jackson says: Bengals by a
Chad Johnson jig. And Jay Feely just
missed again.
Brian "Big Mar" McBride's Super
Sniffer Upset Specials: Aints by 4,
Cowpokes by 1.
Last week: Luminescent Leader (15-
3, 84-51) edged Nitroed Knight (14-4,
80-55).


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Page B2, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, December 3, 2005


Shootout
Continued from page B-I


Shootout is a big stepping
stone for us because it
allows us to measure our
performance level with
some of the best teams in
the state'and the nation," he
said. "We haven't been suc-
cessful in the past years in
terms of wins, but I feel that
we improve in the second
half of the season because
of the Shootout."
This could be one of the
strongest Shootout fields in
several years. Five previous
champions: Oviedo (2000),
Osceola (1981-82), Dr. Krop
(2004), Cardinal Gibbons
(1996) and Edgewater (2001),
are back.
In addition, Ocoee,
although a first-year school,
has several players, like 6-4
senior Trevor Clayton, who
led West Orange High to the
Class 6A semifinals last year.
Cardinal Gibbons, Oviedo
and Norland all were regional
finalists in 2004.
Our Savior New American
re'g.Llark c':nimp r s against
former. Shootout chai-npirin
St. Bnrhdi,'t's, N.Y', and Oa4:
Hill Academ'.', Va.`2. :,
MN:ntv.'erde Academy is an
in ter national po:,we 'rh:u_ e
that has c%.ited the Fl,.,-ida
H ih S- h,:,:l A thieti, A ..-.:-
clati.nll ar31d plays exclusively
in tournaments under Coach
Frank Sutton. The cast
includes 6-5 senior L.D.
Williams., who has commit-
ted to Wake Forest. Last,
season, Montverde defeated
Edgewater in one of the
most-hyped Central Florida
games in years.
South Gwinnett knocked
off No. 1 nationally-ranked
Oak Hill Academy last year
with players like 6-8 Avery
Jukes, who has committed to
Alabama.
"They're probably one of
the top teams in here. They


could win it," said Oviedo's Ed
Kershner, who meets Gate-
way in a first-round match on
Dec. 16.
St. Cloud Coach Tim Dug-
gin said his squad is looking
forward to its match against
heavyweight Montverde.
"We're seeing it as an
opportunity to shock the
world," he said. "We're going
to have a lot of fun with it."
Host Poinciana has one of
the tournament's premier
players in 6-4 Dante Curry,
who has signed to South Flori-
da. He is averaging almost 30
points.
Gateway is off to an
impressive start and plays
Osceola today in the fifth-
place game at 5:15 at Winter
Park Rotary's tournament
after beating Final Four team
Jones, 64-57, on Thursday.
Chris Baez, averaging over 30
points, scored 27 and Alan
Bagby added 15.
Osceola High Coach Red
Johnston said his team, and
.':thers in. the county, face a
difficult challenge..
"We're excited to be there.
It's a great experience for the
kids, .but we have a tough one
against Our Savior (on Dec.
17) in the first round," he
said.
The Kowboys fell to
Oviedo, 65-40, at the Winter
Park tourney Thursday play-
ing without two starters. Ger-
ard Thomas scored 10.
Oilando Magic guard
Keyon Dooling was the
1996 tournament MVP with
Cardinal Gibbons. He is one
of 30 former Shootout play-
ers, including Rasheed Wal-
lace and Jason Kidd, who
have played in the NBA.
Tickets, $6 for adults, $3
for students, are on sale at
Public Bank and Poinciana
High. A tournament pass is
$20.


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Continued from page B-I
The Panthers would never
surrender the lead, although
the Eagles pulled within a
bucket a couple of times
thanks to Shanice Johnson
(11 points, nine rebounds),
Kristin Samuels (8 points) and
Laura Ricks (7 points: 3
assists).
"We're not used to having
a lead to protect late, and we
did some things to stop the
clock," LaBarge said.
"Thought they were trying to
give me a heart attack."
Hernandez finished with a
game-high 21 points. Jessica
Bravo, whose steal with 11
seconds sealed' the game,
added 12 with 4 steals and
assists apiece.
Big games next week
include a District 4A-7 test for
undefeated Celebration, as
they host Bishop Moore on
Tuesday, and Osceola's trip to
St. Cloud on Wednesday.
In boys soccer, the Gate-
way Panthers, after graduat-
ing most of their OBC-win-
ning team from a year ago,
moved to a tie with Celebra-
tion in the conference stand-
ings (4-1) with 'a 4-1 win
Wednesday over Poinciana.
Junior John Sosa scored
three goals, adding to his sea-
son stats of 11 goals and 12
assists in eight games (6-2).
."We've worked through
some rough stuff and gotten
our kids some confidence,"
GHS Coach Sadek Hajali
said.: "More and more we're
getting all 11 kids on the
same page. We moved Sosa
from midfield to forward and
it made our other midfield-
ers able to create and attack
more.
Celebration is 4-1-1 overall
after tying Bishop Moore to
stay in a tie at the top of the
4A-7 standings. The Storm
hosts St. Cloud Friday in a
OBC and district game.


Overdrive softball
The Osceola Overdrive, a
new Osceola County softball
travel team, will hold tryouts
for U-10, U-12 and U-14
teams at Oren Brown Park
Dec. 8 and 15 from 6:30 to
8 p.m.
The supervising coach is
Osceola High assistant Keith
Pereira. For info, visit the
website at eteamz.active.com.
The team email is osceo-
laoverdrive@aol.com.
Kiss. LL coaches
Kissimmee Little League
coaches interviews will be
held atGateway Ford (1810 E
Bronson Hwy.) on Dec. 12
and 13 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Coaches will be required to
attend a coaches and umpire
clinic prior to the season.
Dates and',time will be
announced.
BVL Little League
Buenaventura Lakes Little
League is holding registration
for boys and girls ages 5-16
for the spring baseball/soft-
ball season at the BVL Little
League fields Saturdays from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and Tues-
days and Thursdays from
6:30 to 8 p.m. through
Christmas break.


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Hobbies,

games

Shuffleboard
Results of the Local Interclub Tournament
.on Nov. 23 at the St. Cloud Shuffleboard
Club are: Main Event, Patrick Ruberto and
,Dot Clark, first; Harry Clement and Pat Pre-
"ston, second; Barbara Masters and Bob Mar-
quis, third; Barbara Fournier and Bob Light-
body, fourth. Consolation winners, Frances
Todd and David Thurston, first; David Red-
*man and Paul Coonley, second; Charlotte
:Steadman and Shirley Sussex, third; Joan Lit-
tle and Mac Lemenager, fourth.
Results in the St. Cloud Night Owl Shuffle
Tournament sponsored by and at the St.
Cloud Shuffleboard Club Nov. 29: Main
Event Dave Roberts and Bob Marquis, first;
'Dot Clark and Moe Corey, second; Paul
Coonley and Ray Fournier, third; Patrick
Rubero and Pat Preston, fourth. Winners in
Consolation Barbara Masters and Louie
Steadman, first; Barbara Fournier and Jack
;Langell, second.
Golf league
Winning teams for Nov. 15 were: Teresa
:Dibble, Bonnis Vartanian, Cass Litchfield and
'Betty Chapman, first; Marge Brazee, Alice
8Burnham, Jeannie Platt and Ona Barfield,
second; Gloria Clark, Maryanna Nelson and
OGert Griflis, third.
'Wo:n--:n golfers are invited to play Tuesdays
at 8 a.m. For more information call 407-891-
1462 or 407-791-9115.
Osceola duplicate bridge
Overall results from Friday, Nov. 25: Don
,Graham and Geoff Jones, first; Glen Harmer
"and, Lora Lackey, second; Eva Fucile and Syd
Ke'llk, third; Gen Jones and Paul Jones,
fourth; Ona Barfield and Rita Fernandez, fifth;
.Richard Wydro and Pete Lenhart, sixth;
'Sophie Radosevich and Mary Barnes, sev-
"enth, Val Oberaitis and Allis Scott, eighth;
R.achil- Eney and Helen Beardsley, ninth.
:.,The Osceola Duplicate Bridge Club meets
Frida,.-s at 11 a.m. at the Kissimmee Woman's
Club, 1616 Oak St. Director Geoff Jones,
407-277-6416.
SMah jongg
St. Cloud Nov. 8: Pat Key, first;, Harry
Nev.'c.:.mr-r, second; John D'Amico, third;
,Marle D Amico, fourth. Nov. 19: Bob.
Ha'.lth:rr-te, first; Pat Key, second; Madeline-
Ne.'.'co:,m.r, third; Katy Morrow, fourth. Nov.
,22: Louise Owens, first; Marie Fiske, second;
Edna Rhodes, third; Pat DeVillers, fourth. For
'information on the St. Cloud Shuffleboard
'Club mah jongg games call Louise at 407-,
957-8733.
Kisiimmnii Nov. 16: Mike Caro, first. Nov.
,23 Betty Schaefer, first; Pat DeVillers, sec-
u:i.d. For information on the Kissimmee Parks
and Recreation mah jong games call Pat at
407-933-7223.
St. Cloud games
Euchre Nov. 15: Serene Gamach, first;
;Alan Yost, second; Joan Hudlinger, third.
SPi-no::hl Nov. 11: Bobbie Clement, first;
:Alma: Va\nD'-..ke, second; Stan Huddleson,
-third No:.. 12: Charlotte Steadman, first;
,Jack Bl.'r:on. second; Dick Word, third. Nov.
15- C-l.rlotte. Steadman, first; Ope Lange,
second. Louie Steadman, third; Harry
Clement, t,:.urth. Nov. 16: Fern Campbell,
first. Haii,... Clement, s:,c':.nd. Betty Kelly,
third
SCribbage Nov. 17: Mike Caro, first; Donna
?Judkins, second; Frank Anderson, third; Alma
:VanDyke, fourth; Dorris Hubbard, fifth.
Cai'rd games are held at the St. Cloud Shuf-
S tleboard Club, 7th Street and Ohio Avenue.
Scheduled are: duplicate bridge, Monday,
.6.30 p.in.; 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.
SKAST Club
Winners were: Nov. 26 Hoss Collar: Bar-
bara Masters, first; Louie Steadman, sec-
ond; Richard Potter, third; Bob Marquis,
'fourth; Anthony Borysko, fifth; Diana
Deutch, sixth; Francis Todd, seventh; Dave
'Thurston, eighth; Harry Clement, ninth;
Joan Little, 10th.
Nov. 28 Euchre: Mary Jane Lewis, first;
Hazen Lewis, second. Dominoes: Gerald
Lemenager, first; Jean Johnston, second;
: Betty Rigney, third
Euchre and dominoes are played at the
*clubhouse on Mondays at 7 p.m.;, doors
open at 6:30 p.m. Five-card pinochle Fri-
:days at 7 p.m. Grocery bingo is held
*Thursdays at 7 p.m. at the Berlinsky Com-
'munity House at 322 E. Monument Ave.
:Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
For more information on activities call
.Dorothy Clark at 407-892-2817 or Joan Lit-
:tle at 407-348-6368.


Flag dedication at cemetery


Photo/Special to the News-Gazette
Members of LIFT made a visit to Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell
Nov. 2 in observance of Veterans Day. Pictured, LIFT members Margaret
Maser and Anne Meehan donate flags from deceased veterans to Bobby
Hodges, of the cemetery staff. LIFT (Living Information For Today) is a
social bereavement group for those who have lost a loved one. For more
information call Teresa Beverly at 407-847-3131.


Quilters at Heart
Quilters at Heart meets the fourth Monday of
the month at 9 a.m. at the Berlinsky Community
House, 300 Monument Ave., Kissimmee.
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.
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.
Plant clinic
The Osceola County Master Gardeners con-
duct 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 Master 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 land-
scape and vegetable gardens. For more informa-
tion 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
Biuegl4-'.r-Dn, president, 863-424-1872; or
Jean Leonardy, secretary, 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, 10.01 E. U.S. Highway 192.
Member of NCCC. For more information 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.
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.
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. High-
way 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 Gar-
cia, vice president, at 407-931-8587.


Car club
The Solo Pa Mi Gente Car Clu
urdays at 8 p.m. at 1707 W. V
more information call Jesus "Ge
931-2061 or Tito Nieves at 407-9
Repeater assoc
The Osceola County Repeater
holds meetings the second We
each month at 7:30 p.m. at 29(
St. Cloud. The net is held every
7:30 p.m. on 146.790 mhz.
For preregistration for testing
at 407-892-1898. For more club
call Larry at 407-892-2774.
Patchers quilter
The Patchers of.Time quilting
at the Osceola Center for the Ai
Bronson Highway, the second
each month at 6:30 p.m. Visito
Call 407-892-5775.
Dog fanciers
Kaliga Dog Fancier's Associatio
first Thursday of each month at
pital, St. Cloud, conference roor
p.m. The group is for anyone i
showing dogs, obedience, agility
all dog lovers.
For more information contact
Stumpf, president, 407-957-1837

Military

The Tribute
The Veterans Tribute and
Osceola County has been establ
Osceola Square Mall in what wa
son's cafeteria storefront. Items
memorabilia are on display both
to veterans of all U.S. wars and to
dents of our country's history. F
teers are needed to staff the exhib
hours it is open. For more info
Jim Kervin at 407-922-9482.
A joint member/board meeting
at the museum Saturday, Dec. 10
All members are encouraged to at
DAV
DAV Chapter 148 and the Ai
the second Sunday of the month
at 21 E. Keen St., Kissimmee. T
open every day of the week begi
a.m. A deputy service officer is
every other Friday.
Call the chapter home at 40'
for special events.
Purple Heart chap
An Osceola chapter of the M
of the Purple-Heart is being orga
were awarded the Purple Heart a
ested in chartering a chapter
County contact Jon at 321-28
Cowboy at 407-460-1195.
Marine Corps'Lea
Marine Corps League Septe
Detachment meets the first Thurs
month at 7 p.m. at DAV Chapter
Keen St., Kissimmee. For more
call Tony Pella, 407-346-6968.
American Legion Pc
.American Legion Post 10, 20(
Blvd., Kissimmee, holds general
and auxiliary meetings at 7 p.m
Wednesday of each month. The
American Legion meetings are h


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line St. F6r
e" Rivera at
944-0181.

Association
.dnesday of
07 17th St.,
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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 Saturdays 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 preceding 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.


information Attn: World War II vets
Anyone who served the United States in
World War II and was stationed in Miami
S Beach during training or for any other assign-
guild meets ments is being asked to contact the Miami
rts, 2411 E. Beach World War II Veterans Memorial at
Monday of Judith S. Berson, c/o The Edison Hotel, 960\
rs welcome. Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139-5013,1
and give their remembrances of Miami BeachK
inr wartime.
A book is being compiled of World War II,
on meets the veterans' memories. Questionnaires will be'
ORMC Hos- sent to veterans to give their memories anc.
n B at 7:30 qualifications. This is an outgrowth of the vet-
nterested in erans reunions held in.Miami Beach from
training and 1999 to 2003. This year's reunion will bei
held Dec. 3, 4 and 5. All World War II veter-
t Mary Lou ans are invited, especially those who were sta-
tioned in Miami Beach for training.
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,
Museum of 7251 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando. Wives wel-
ished at the come. For details call Harold Beal, 407-277-
s the Morri- 0007.
s of military Navy Seabee Veterans of America, Island'
as a tribute X-2,-meets the second Saturday, of the month-
o inform stu- at Ryans Steak House, Route 33 N. Lakeland.
Free. Volun- Ladies welcome. For details call J.W. Miller,
)it during the island secretary, at 933-7573.
rmation call
Vets affairs office
Swill be held The Osceola County Veterans Office, 108
I, at 10 a.m. Park Place Blvd., Kissimmee, provides assis-"
tend. tance in applying for all Veterans Administra*
tion benefits including disability compensa-
tion/pension, widow's benefits, burial bene-'
uxiliary meet fits, application for headstone, home loan 6er;
at 2:30 p.m. fificates, VA/GI insurance and requests for'
he lounge is duplicate documents. A Spanish-speaking
inning at 11 counselor is available. For an appointment call.
at the DAV 407-870-2019.

7-846-4141 Fleet Reserve Assoc.
The Delbert D. Black Branch 117 of the.:
Fleet Reserve Association meets the second
pter Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the
military Order VFW 4287, 3500 S. Goldenrod Road,
nized. If you Orlando. Any retired Navy, Marine Corps or
nd are inter- Coast Guard personnel are eligible for mem-
in Osceola bership as well as personnel currently on
34-7613 or active duty. For more information call Ship-
mate President Jim Middlekauff at 407-273-
6175 or Shipmate Vice President Anthony
.gue Cassata at 407-275-7791.
ember lth
sday of each Korean War vets
r 148, 21 E. The Korean War Veterans Association of
information 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.
)St 10 served honorably in the U.S. armed forces during
0 Lakeshore the Korean War period are eligible for member-
membership ship. For more information call David L. Conboy
.. the fourth at 407-892-7409.
Sons of the
eld the third See Events, page B-7


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-


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per's fax number of 407-933-6856.
E-mail events to bolson@osceola
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Deadlines are 5 p.m. Monday for
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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-6


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 themonth 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 auxiliary
are collecting canned and dry
goods throughout the year for
the St. Cloud Community
Pantry. Contributions 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
rieedy families and veterans and
their families. To volunteer and
for more information call Dave
Conboy at 407-892-7409.
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:

Genealogy Club
The Genealogy Club of
Osceola County will meet at
2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4, at the
Whispering Pines Recreation
Center, south of Kissimmee.
There will be an ice cream
social and installation of the
new officers,.
As a continuing program,
volunteers from the Genealo-
gy Club are on hand in the
Genealogy Lab at the Hart
Memorial Library Tuesdays
from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. and
Thursday 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.
Museum talk
The following speaker will be
at the St. Cloud Heritage Muse-
um, 1012 Massachusetts Ave.,
St. Cloud. It is free:.
Sunday, Dec. 4, at 2 p.m.
Pat McMullen will discuss
Indian artifacts of Central
Florida. He will display and
discuss his collection of Indian
artifacts, many of which he
unearthed in Osceola and sur-
rounding counties.
St. Cloud Woman's
Club
The Woman's Club meets
regularly the third Wednesday
of the month at 2 p.m. at
1014 Massachusetts Ave.
The Woman's Club of St.
Cloud is continuing to gather
memorabilia for the St Cloud
Heritage Museum and would
appreciate items pertaining
to the early years of St Cloud
which was incorporated in
1910.
For more information
about the St Cloud Woman's
Club call 407-847-3449 or
407-957-4347.
Chorus Christmas
show
The Silver Clouds Chorus
will present its annual Christ-
mas show Tuesday, Dec. 13, at
7 p.m. at the St. Cloud Senior
Center, 3101 17th St. Dona-
tions accepted at the door.
Free English classes
Free English for Speakers
of Other Languages classes
are given every.Monday from
* 6:30 to 8 p.m. at First Bap-
tist Church, 1717 13th St.,
St. Cloud. For more informa-
tion call 407-343-1440.
Osceola Singles
Club,
The club meets each Mon-
day ,at_.7:330 p.m. at the
American Legion hall, 200
Lakeshore Blvd., Kissimmee.
Singles 40 and up welcome.
For 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. Fdr 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.
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-
mation 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.

Recreation

English country
dancers
The Central Florida English
Country Dancers meet at the
St. Cloud Senior Center, 3101
17th St., St. Cloud, Hall B on
the second Saturday of each
month from 4'to 7 p.m. The
dance is very similar to square
dancing, but no partner is
required. Beginners are wel-
come. The cost is $1. Also,
please bring a finger-food snack
or drink to share. For more
information contact Steve or
Diana at 407-847-6055.
Pavement Pounders
The St. Cloud Pavement
Pounders running/walking club
meets every Tuesday and
Thursday at 7 p.m. during the
summer for casual, energetic 5k
runs/walks through the streets
of St. Cloud. Afterwards, cool
down at reserved tables at
O'Doherty's for refreshments
.provided by the club. The club
is open to people of all ages
and degrees of fitness. For
details contact Mike Snyder at
407-791-3296.
Pony Express
Cloggers
The cloggers meet at the
Moose Lodge, 1019 Main St.,


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Jack was born November 24,
1940 in Milford, MA. In
September of 2003, Jack and
his wife, Janice, moved to
Hartshorne, Oklahoma from
Kissimmee, Florida.
Jack served in the United
States Air Force and was a truck
driver from 2003 till the time of
his passing. He and his wife
were truck drivers owner/oper-
ators, hauling ammunition and
explosives for the Department
of Defense.
Jack is survived by his wife,
Janice of Hartshorne,
Oklahoma, Son, Joshua Cooper
and wife'Karen of Hartshorne,
Oklahoma, daughter, Beverly
Kerr, of Kissimmee, Florida,
Brother, Richard DiVittorio and
wife Denise of Orlando, Florida,
and six grandchildren, Brittany,
Jessica,. and Austin Cooper of
Hartshorne, Oklahoma, Tyler
and Cody Kerr, and Robin Hight
'of Kissimmee, Florida.


Memorial Services were
held Friday, November 25,
2005 at Chaney-Harkins
Funeral Home in MaCalaster,
Oklahoma with Paul Tucker
officiating.

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Parodi was born in N.Y.,
December 21st, 1927. He


was a WWII Veteran.
He is survived by his wife,
Arleen and their five children.
The Lord called his home
November 21st, 2005.
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held in Risen Savior Lutheran
Church, Dec. 3rd, 2005, 2220
Port Malabar Blvd. NE, Palm
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Speedskating club
The Sunshine State Speed-
skating Club practices every
Sunday at 4:30 p.m.'at the Ice
Factory, 2221 Partin Settle-
ment Road. All ages and abili-
ties welcome. For more infor-
mation contact 321-624-5222
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High School in its dance stu-
dio. Classes are beginner
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The Society for the Preser-
vation and Encouragement of
Barbershop Quartet Singing
in America is looking for men
who sing or would like to sing
to join them. The group
meets Wednesdays at 7:30
p.m. at the Osceola Center
for the Arts, 2411 U.S. High-
way 192. Call Jim McElravy
at 407-397-2294 for details.
Kissimmee
recreation
The following adult programs
are held at. the,Oak Street
Recreation Center, 717 N..
Palm Ave. Call 407-847-2388
for details.
Fit & Tone class: A form of
low impact aerobics and toning.
Details available at the center.
Tennis lessons: For adults of
all ages and skill levels. Individ-
ual and group lessons available.
Tuesday sessions and Thursday.
sessions 9 a.m. 10 a.m., 10
a.m. 11 a.m.; $40 month (per
session). Pre-registration
required. Call 407-847-2388
for the Oak Street Park Com-
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Events
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Motivators
A2 Square Dance Club
meets the first and third Sun-
days of the month from 2 to
4 p.m. at the St. Cloud
Senior Center, 3101 17th St.
For more information call
407-892-9665.
St. Cloud recreation
The hours for the Chris Lyle
Aquatic Center are: Monday
through Thursday noon to 3
p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.; Friday
noon to 3 p.m.; Saturday and
Sunday noon to 5 p.m. For
details call St. Cloud Parks and
Recreation at 407-957-7244.
Hours for Aqua-fit class at
the Chris Lyle Aquatic Center
are Monday through Friday
from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.; Monday
thrtugh'fSturday from 11 a.m.
to iobhi'%and Monday through
Friday f `i6 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Tunrin'Toning 'and Talking
is 'at'I0 a.m. Monday,
Wednegdiy and Friday.
Yoga & more
-Yoga', meditation and
relaxation meets every
Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30
p.m. a-'the Poinciana Com-
munity center. For details call
the cqii~. !at 863-427-1827.
B,, Bpat club
JThfThopekaliga Boat
Club' meets the first Monday
of the month at the lakefront
in ~issilriee. Social hour is
at 7ip. ., potluck at 7:30.
For informationon call Com-i
modore Scott Whidden 407-
9,33-71;1, or visit,web site
www.geocities.com/tohoboat-
club,
Tho Cloggers
The loho Cloggers meet
ec.'eri "WVVesday at 7 p.m. For
information about the club or to
r,,:i.,-e ctub perform call Joan
at 273-9791 or Joyce at 957-
5-1255.
Lihne-dance classes
Line dancing classes.are held
M.:.nda, at 12:25 j.m. at the
BVL Community Center. For
more information call Cindi at
407-348-2535.
Sugar Belt
Express Cloggers
The group, for adults only,
meet's' an'd practices every
Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the
NArdoossee Community Cen-
ter' F6r'iore Information call
0.7- S900969

Religion

Christmas cantata
,Cl,4 tmas music ,and a
dessert reception will be held
Dec. 16 at First Baptist
;Ch'urrh of St. Cloud, 1717
13th 'St. The, ChiHstmas
music."Christ's Glory, Christ-
mas for, the King," will begin
at7:30 p.m. with the recep-
tionto fp1llow. Everyone is
invited tthe free ,evening.
; giving nativity
'The(ptblic is invited to free
perforimtnces of a living nativ-
itv Dec. 16 and 17 with a 7
p.m;'i Eiglish, and 7:45 p.m.
Spari:igh presentation out-
doortCnit the lawn by the
chapel of Florida Hospital
'Celebration Health, :400 Cel-
ebratior Place, Celebration.
'Th4 'presentations will fea-
'ture h'6'spital employees and
cdmiihihnity members Trtelling
'the iatf~)ity story' 'in words,
motion and music. For more
information call 407-303-
4453.
Building items
needed
Christian Life Church on
Partin Settlement Road, St.
,Cloud, is in need of building
materials to complete their
new sanctuary. Items needed
include drywall, drop ceiling,
metal studs, lumber, concrete
blocks, chairs and tables. Call
Steve at 407-414-6869 for


details.

Seniors

St. Cloud AARP
The'~igroup' meets the
fourth Monday of the month
.it' 12.30 p.M af' the St.
Clbut senior Center, 3101
17th St. Take a covered dish
,to. shyre and your own place
setitihg. For more information
call 407-957-4516.


Insurance info
SHINE (Serving Health Insur-
ance Needs of Elders), spon-
sored by the Florida Depart-
ment of Elder Affairs, offers free
counseling on Medicare and
other health insurance pro-
grams from 10 a.m. to noon
the first and third Tuesdays of
each month at the Osceola
County Council on Aging,
1099 Shady Lane, Kissimmee,
and the second and fourth Tues-
days of the month at the Medi-
cine Shoppe, 114 Broadway,
Kissimmee. Information on
access to free and discounted
prescription drug programs is
also available during those
times. Information is also at the
community help line at 211 or
1-800-963-5337.
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. 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 Septem-
ber to May from 11:15 a.m.
to 1:30 p.m. at the Golden
Corral in Kissimmee. All
retired teachers, local, nation-
al 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 aie asked to
take a covered dish.
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 more infor-
mation call 407-892-5970.
Poinciana AARP
Chapter 3520 meets the
third Thursday of each month
at the Poinciaria Community
Center. Dues are $2.50 per
year. Call 863-427-0619.
Senior programs
The following programs
are held at the Oak Street
Community 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. Free.
Mah Jongg Club Year-
round Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to
noon. Free.
Ladies Craft Club Year-
round Tuesdays 10 a.m. to
noon. Free.
Young at Heart
Young at Heart, a ministry
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 fellowship. Contact
Elmer Mayes at 407-414-
6889 for more information.
Golden Rollers
Adults roller skate at Kissim-
mee Skate Reflections, 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 infor-
mation call Jeanette On-
derisin at 407-847-3913.


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weekend
By Jason Holland
Ne,.'s-Gazette Siaff Writer
C'._)--ol C. ounit' residents
_-jier to rind iriiquie holiday
gitti- need not l.::.k :iny further
th-an the St. Cloud Craft Festi-
'..:i. '..- i:h lal:e-. place this
. *; i-. rid
This iear ehdition-, the 27th,
v.ill beh- hiel-l Satuida, Dec. 3,
and S.irdai,.' Dec 4, from 10
a rr- tv 5 p rr'. b.:.th days, along
Ne.. 'i:.,.rk A'.:ieni.e in downtown
St (c I|,:...d
Th-ee feti.'val i ins othere r holi-
f, 1..1 Ik. th Christmas
: parade, '..hi.:h Fi,.'.-, through St.
C-:I.IrJ S.:-lti.ll, j .* er-:een by the-
S inte.r Oueenri
The te-.tr.al -ite i an ideal
l, :.ati.:.r. -iaid t Cl:.tC ud Craft Fes-
It. al Committe Pri side-:nt Betty
Call t attract par:ade watchers,
in- additijin,: to: the :,tterings of
r n,:re thai-i 100i endo-, .
F.'. h-a '.e I'.-end,.r-ti from all
,, i:ut 75 Ipe'llent ,:-f them are
I: -:al (-)sce,:,la C'i:un residentss"
said C:'r'l
)r di pla. I'...ill be :rafts of all
I p.. -:, :,pht,: r.iap:h-, iev.. elry, fine
iart''.oik, :doll-, to.s, ceramics,.
: .,lptire :,folk art. Iba-.:kets, wood-
., :i l: .;-ia d i re
,Art- ard ciadtt ndors are
in, ,:.r puze a'.'.rded by orga-
i n ,i _. n-ii,: idir', f hi t p:,lace in the


12 main categories, as well as
best display and best of show.
"It's very well attended," said
Carl. "There are wonderful bar-
gains for Christmas. Probably 90
percent of the purchases are
Christmas presents."
Past festivals have drawn
between 10,000 and 15,000
people over the weekend, draw-


ing city and county residents, as
well guests from Orlando and the
rest of the region.
Carl said thleie will also be
plenty of food vendors for those
that get hungry,, showcasing tradi-
fional fair food, old fashioned ice
cream and much more. Many of
the vendors are nonprofit groups
from the community.


Music, dancing and other
entertainment will add to the
fun throughout the weekend,
said Carl.
According to organizers, the
festival serves as a boost to down-
to'.'.n St ClI-ud.. dra'.. ing residents
to -ui.-r i.il-nding h.i.p not just dur-
ing the festival, but bringing them
back throughout the year.


FILE PHOTO
The holidays kick off officially this weekend in St. Cloud with the St. Cloud Craft Festival and
Christmas parade. The craft festival will be held Saturday and Sunday along New York
Avenue in downtown St. Cloud. The Christmas parade will be held downtown on Saturday.
The event attracts more than 100 vendors.


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NowPlaSying


Osceola Center for the Arts'

Bohemian Ballet Core presents


There may have been some new challengers at the box office last weekend, but
Harry Potter reigned supreme again. Total box office for the fourth film in the series
is now more than $200 million making it one of the most successful films of 2005.


Movies for the week of
Dec. 2-8.
St. Cloud Twin
Harry Potter and the Gob-
let of Fire (PG-13), daily:
3:30 p.m. and 6:45 p.m.;
weekends: 12:20 p.m.; Sat-
urday late show: 10 p.m.
Walk the Line (PG-13),
daily: 4 p.m. and 7:15 p.m.;
weekends: 1 p.m.; Saturday
late show: 10:15 p.m.
A.M.C. Celebration
Chicken Little (G), week-
ends: Noon, 2 p.m., 4 p.m.,
6 p.m. and 7:45 p.m.; Satur-
day late show: 9:30 p.m.;
weekdays: 4:30 p.m., 6:15
p.m. and 8 p.m.
Harry Potter and the Gob-
let of Fire (PG-13), week-
ends: 12:15 p.m., 3:30 p.m.
and 7 p.m.; Saturday late
show: 10:15 p.m.; weekdays:
4 p.m. and 7:15 p.m.
Osceola Square East
(Late shows Friday and
Saturday only)
Chicken Little (G), 12:45
p.m., 2:50 p.m., 4:40 p.m.,
7:10 p.m. and 9:30 p:m.
Harry Potter and the Gob-
let of Fire (PG-13), 12:30
p.m., 3:45 p.m., 7 p.m. and
10:10 p.m.
Just Friends (PG-13), 1:30
p.m., 4:20 p.m., 7:50 p.m.
and 10 p.m.
Rent (PG-13), 1:15 p.m.,
4:10 p.m., 7:20 p.m. and
10:15 p.m.
Walk the Line (PG-13), 1
p.m., 4 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and
10:20 p.m.
Yours, Mine and Ours
(PG), 1:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m.,
7:40 p.m. and 9:50 p.m.
AMC Pleasure Island 24
(Late shows Friday and
Saturday only)
*Aeon Flux (PG-13), 1:30
p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4 p.m., 5
p.m., 6:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 9
p.m., 10 p.m., 11:30 p.m.
and 12:30 a.m.
Chicken Little (G), 1:10
p.m., 3.10 p.m., 5:20 p.m.,
7:40 p.m. and 9:50 p.m.
:Derailed (R), 1:55 p.m.,
4:35 p.m., 7:10 p.m., 9:50
p.m. and 12:25 a.m.
*First Descent (PG-13),
2:05 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:25
p.m. and 10:10 p.m.
Get Rich or Die Tryin
(R), daily: 9:40 p:m.; Satur-
day: 12:20 p.m.
Harry Potter and the
Goblet of Fire (PG-13), 1
p.m., 2 p.m., 2:45 p.m., 3:30
p.m., 4:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m.,


6:15 p.m., 7 p.m., 8 p.m., 9
p.m., 10:30 p.m., 11:30 p.m.
and 12:30 a.m.
In the Mix (PG-13), 2:15
p.m., 5:25 p.m., 8:05 p.m.
and 10:25 p.m.
Jarhead (R), 1:25 p.m.,
4:35 p.m., 7:35 p.m. and
10:25 p.m.
*The Ice Harvest (R), 3
p.m., 5:15 p.m., 7:45 p.m.,
9:55 p.m. and 12:05 a.m.
Just Friends (PG-13),
1:45 p.m., 4:25 p.m., 7:15
p.m., 9:45 p.m. and 12:15
a.m.
The Legend of Zorro
(PG), 1:50 p.m., 4:45'p.m.,
7:55 p.m. and 10:50 p.m.
Pride and Prejudice (PG),
1:15 p.m., 4:15 p.m., 7:05
p.m. and 10:05 p.m.
Rent (PG-13), 1:40 p.m.,
3:45 p.m., 4:50 p.m., 6:50
p.m., 7:50 p.m., 9:55 p.m.
and 10:45 p.m.
Saw II (R), 2:50 p.m., 5:05
p.m., 7:20 p.m., 9:35 p.m.
and Midnight.
Walk the Line (PG-13),
1:05 p.m., 1:50 p.m., 4:10
p.m., 5:10 p.m., 7:20 p.m.,
8:20 p.m., 10:20 p.m. and
11:20 p.m.
Yours, Mine and Ours


(PG), 1:20 p.m., 2:20 p.m.,
3:35 p.m., 4:40 p.m., 5:45
p.m., 7:10 p.m., 8:10 p.m.,
9:30 p.m., 10:30 p.m. and
11:45 p.m.
Zathura (PG), 1:35 p.m.,
4:20 p.m., 6:55 p.m., 9:25
p.m. and 11:50 p.m.
Touch Star/South Chase
*Aeon Flux (PG-13), 1:20
p.m., 4 p.m., 7:10 p.m. and
9:45 p.m.
Chicken Little (G), 1 p.m.,
3:50 p.m., 6:50 p.m. and
9:35 p.m.
Garam Masala (NR),
weekends: 6:30 p.m. and 10
p.m.; weekdays: 7:30 p.m.
Get Rich or Die Tryin'
(R), 12:50 p.m. and 3:45
p.m.
Harry Potter and the
Goblet of Fire (PG-13),
12:45 p.m., 4:15 p.m. and
7:45 p.m.
Just Friends (PG-13),
1:10 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7 p.m.
and 9:40 p.m.
*Rent (PG-13), 12:55 p.m.,
4:10 p.m. and 7:40 p.m.
Yours, Mine and Ours
(PG), 1:30 p.m., 4:20 p.m.,
7:20 p.m. and 9:50 p.m.
* Indicates no passes or
super savers.


THE NEW HOLIDAY DANCE EXPERIENCE FOR ALL TO HAVE
PERFORMANCES RUN December 9 December 11
Friday & Saturdays at 8:00p.m. & Sundays at 2:00p.m.
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW! General Admission: $12.00
For Ticket Reservations Please Call 407-846-6257
2005 Christmas Performances


The Osceola Center for the Arts
Community Chorus Christmas Concert
Come enjoy an assortment of your
favorite Christmas Songs
Friday, December 16, 2005 @ 1:30 pm-


The Osceola Center for the Arts
Big Band & Silver Clouds Orchestra
"Songs of the Season"
Sunday, December 18, 2005 @ 2:00 pm
General Admission: $10.00

I The 24th Annual Osceola Crafter's
Holiday Gift Gallery
Chro.i-e Irr,n Ih1- lry i -il.:tes l :on .:.t rian.Ji:r.atilh d j lh in
Ois:ec. ia, C ur,: Trhe F're.n-: -i: 3,'.-a, Gin .:- tc r.-.und here
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November 13, 2005 to December 21. 2005
Monday-Saturday 10 am-4 pm: Sunday 12 Noon-4
Also open during all events at The Center


pm


Hand J..lade Iemrr, Wr-ealr, B.af.-kl Pairtingl Cr.:',s-stih.
& Angelgs. Ornaments, Wo:,jd, j Jeelry n, and mnuc much more'
Sl Il -Jl Come and do your HliCdll Srcpprg'
www.ocfta.com The Osceola Center for the Arts ocfta@kua.net
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S WEE.- E Activities and performances at the Osceola Center for the Arts, Inc. are funded in part by the Osceola County Commission, Kissimmee
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Music festival offers

a diversified line-up

By Peter Covino
SNews-Gazette Entertainment Editor
The Langerado Music
Festival returns to Sunrise
March 11-12 with one of its
most diversified line-ups
ever including Ben Harper
& the Innocent Criminals,
The Black Crowes, Wilco,
The Flaming Lips, The
Meters, Burning Spear,
Keller Williams and more.
The South Florida festival
attracts music lovers from
around the country. Go to
www.langerado.com/artists.h
tml for a complete list of per-
formers.
The festival will be held at
Markham Park in Sunrise and
feature multiple stages, food
vendors, including an exten-
sive selection of micro-
brewed beers, arts and crafts,
a children's play area and


Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, along with The
Black Crowes, The Flaming Lips and Wilco are in
the line-up for the Langerado Music Festival com-
ing up inMarch.


limited on-site camping. Only
15,000 tickets will 'be sold
each day. Music is from 11
a.m.-9 p.m. with late night
shows taking place at venues
throughout Fort Lauderdale.


Advance purchase two-day
passes are $119.50. If any
remain,, two-day and single-
day tickets will be available at
the gate. Additionally, VIP
packages with upgraded


amenities will be available.
Children 10 and under are
admitted free with paid
adults. Tickets go on sale Fri-
day, Dec. 9, at 10 a.m.
through the festival's online
ticketing system at www.
langerado.com
Keith Urban comes to the
TD Waterhouse Centre Feb.
23 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets go
on sale Saturday, Dec. 10,
at 10 a.m.
JJCIC
Wheatus and Bughead
appear at Will's Pub Saturday,
Dec. 3, at 8 p.m. Tickets are
$10 for the 18-and-up show.
Staind, P.O.D., Flyleaf and
Taproot come to House of
Blues at Downtown Disney
Tuesday, Dec. 6. Tickets are
$34. Call 407-934-2583 for
more information.
Contact Peter Covino at
407-846-7600, Ext. 206.
E-mail at pcovino@
osceolanewsgazette.com


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Jan. 20-Feb. 5. For more
information contact the center
at 407-846-6257.
EVERY CHRISTMAS
STORY
ORLANDO Every
Christmas Story Ever Told is
just that a production that
pokes fun at every Christmas
story ever told, literally almost
every one in just 90 minutes.
The show runs through Dec.
24 at the Lowndes Shake-
speare Center. Tickets are
available at the center or call
407-447-1700.
PHILIPPE COUSTEAU
ORLANDO Environ-
mentalist Philippe Cousteau,
the third generation of
Cousteau family explorers,
will be the special guest at
the Orlando Science Center
and will.lead an environmen-
tal panel discussion Dec. 8
from 10 a.m.-noon. The dis-
cussion is titled How Film
and the Media Help Protect
the Environment. The panel
will address students from
area elementary and middle
schools. The event is includ-
ed with regular admission to
the center.


MORE THAN DALI
ST. PETERSBURG -
Pollock to Pop: America's
Brush with Dali opens at the
Salvador Dali Museum Dec.
9-April 23, featuring works
by Dali, Jackson Pollock,.
Andy Warhol, Roy Lichten-
stein and James Rosenquist.
The- museum will host a
reception Dec. 9 featuring
Rosenquist, whose 1961
work Shadows is in the exhi-
bition. For more information
call 800-442-3254 or visit
the Web site www.sal-
vadordalimuseum. org.
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DECEMBER
The Florida Trail Associa-
tion hikes and events for
December include:
Dec. 3 Hike Historic
Bok. Tower at the annual
'Christmas time' tour. Bring a
picnic lunch or buy at the
cafeteria. Call Rose Keller-
man at 863-676-2889 for
information.
Dec. 5 Work outing at
Little Big.Econ State Forest.
Meet at the pavilion at White
Trailhead. 9 a.m. E-mail
jwallyhill@wmconnect.corn.


Dec. 8 Central Florida
Chapter general meeting at the
Camellia Room at Leu Gar-
dens. Call Joan at 407-365-
6036 for more information.


Dec. 9 -- Hike the Semi-
nole Trail at 6 p.m. Call
Joan at 407-365-6036.
See Road page C-4


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Starry, holiday nights at Cinedome


Science center
features holiday
theme show
at planetarium
Every night will be a star-
ry night and every day too
as the Cinedome at the
Orlando Science Center
presents its annual holiday
show, 'Tis the Season.
A Central Florida favorite


Movie
Continued from page C-1
subterranean aquifers on
Mars or on the ice moons of
Jupiter."
Aliens of the Deep is not
perfect viewing material -
there are some distractions
including the oohs and aahs
of some-of the scientists
onboard the submersibles.
Their reactions almost look
rehearsed. Also, there is an
unnecessary segment featur-
ing animated aliens from
another planet, combined
with the real astrobiologists.
The real encounters are
strong enough here to stand
on their own without ventur-
ing a guess as to what the


Road
Continued from page C-3
Dec. 18 Winter Garden
Historical Trail. Meet at 8
a.m. at West Orange Shop-
ping Center parking lot. Call
Steve after 6 p.m. at 407-
894-7412 for information.
FLORIDA
ORIENTEERING
ORANGE COUNTY -
Members and non-members
of Florida Orienteering are
invited to the Dec. 10 map-
reading/hiking event in north-
west Orange County. Watch
for signs with directions to the
event off of State Road 435.
Starting times are 10 a.m.- 1
p.m. for the event, featuring
five multilevel courses to walk,
hike or run at Kelly Park.
There is a $6 map for all
groups and park entry fee.
For more information. call the
hotline at 407-672-7070.
FLORIDA BRASS
SOUTH LAKELANQ -
The Florida Brass Alumni
Drum and Bugle Corps will
hold an open house for fellow
drum corps, band members


since 1999, 'Tis the Season
showcases the northern win-
ter constellations and gives a
simple explanation for the
seasons demonstrating the
sun's path across the sky
throughout the year combined
with the Earth's tilt and orbit.
The program also show-
cases holiday traditions from
a diverse group of faiths -
not only Christian and Jew-
ish, but also Celtic, pagan,
Nordic, Roman, Egyptian
and Hopi. It also contains


creatures might look like on
some distant satellite.
But those are mere dis-
tractions. Aliens of the Deep
is just the latest of big format
films that proves the large
screen can be used for some-
thing greater than a travel-
ogue to the Amazon or
Africa.
Admission to Aliens of
the Deep is included with a
ticket purchase to the Orlan-
do 'Science Center. Tickets
are $14.95 for adults,
$9.95 for children-ages 3-
11. 1 Admission includes
unlimited screenings of all of
the center's giant screen


from all schools in the area or
anyone interested in.joining a
drum and bugle corps in Flori-
da. The open house begins at
12:30 p.m. Dec. 4 at High-
land Park Church of the
Nazarene. Food and drink will
be available and there will also
be a special drum and bugle
performance.
Go to www.floridabrass.org
for more information.
LATIN SUNDAYS
KISSIMMEE Latin Sun-
days return to Old Town in
November. Each Sunday'from
2-6 p.m. area bands will play
plus there will be beads and
prizes. All-you-can-ride wrist-
bands will also be. for sale
from noon- 6 p.m. for the
shopping attraction's 18
rides. The musical line89up
includes La Banda Tuya,
Nov. 20; and El Grupo Kom-
pas, Nov. 27. Admission and
parking are free. Old Town
also hosts a weekly bike night
on Thursday from 7-11 p.m.
See Road page C-5


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possible astronomical expla-
nations for a Star over Beth-
lehem, including examina-
tions of comets, meteors,
novae and supernovae and
planetary conjunctions.
The show also explores the
lighter side of the season by
talking about where seasonal
traditions such as gift giving,
kissing under the mistletoe
and decking the halls with
boughs of holly came from.
The presentation is narrat-
ed by National Public Radio's


presentations. A film-only
admission is also available
for $8. There is also dis-
counted admission after 6
p.m. on Friday and Saturday
nights. Visit www.osc.org
for more information.
00JU
Out of the Shadow, a per-
sonal documentary about
dealing with schizophrenia,
will be screened at the
Kissimmee Civic Center,
Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 6 p.m.
The free film is hosted by


Noah Adams and is shown
daily through Jan. 1 with 1
p.m. shows Monday-Sunday.
There are also 6 p.m. shows
Friday and Saturday.
Admission to the show is
included with ticket purchase
to the science center. Tickets
also provide unlimited screen-
ings to the other films at the
center including .Mystic India
and the upcoming Aliens of
the Deep. Adult admission is
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THE NUTCRACKER
DELAND The Sands
Theater Center, 600 N. Wood-
land Blvd., presents The Nut-
cracker Dec. 9, 10, 11, 16, 17
and 18. Tickets are $8. Call
386-736-7456 for reserva-
tions/ticket information.
RINGLING CIRCUS
ORLANDO The 136th
edition of the Ringling Bros.
and Barnum & Bailey Circus
comes to the TD Waterhouse
Centre Jan. 12-15 with a
brand new look. New features
include a circus-themed story-
line and a jumbo video screen.
There is also an all-access free
pre-show. Tickets are $15-
$70. All tickets are reserved
and are available through
Ticketmaster.
INTERNATIONAL
POOL TOUR
ORLANDO The Interna-
tional Pool Tour, a new pro-
fessional pool tour, will feature
the largest prize money in the
history of the sport, as 42 pros
compete for the King of the
Hill title Dec 3-4 at the Orange
County Convention Center.
The event includes a $1 million
prize fund. Professionals will
compete over three days of 8-
Ball round robin action. The
winner will face nine-time
world champion Mike Sigel for
a chance to earn $200,000.
Tickets range from $35-$75
and are available by calling
847-850-2013 or online at
www.intemationalpooltour.com

ARTIST OF MONTH
ORLANDO The Orlan-
do Museum of Art artist of the
month for January is Frank
Milordi aka Favio. Favio is as
multifaceted as the computer
images he creates. The engi-
neering firm director is also an
artists' representative and an
artist. You can meet the artist
Sunday, Jan. 8, from 1-3
p.m. at the museum. The
museum shop will-also have a
collection of his work on dis-
play and for sale.
STEINWAY TOUR
ORLANDO The Stein-
way & Sons Art Case Collec-
tion Tour comes to the Mall at
Millenia through Dec. 4 from
11 a.m.-5 p.m. at the mall's
community room. The art
case pianos include the 150th


anniversary Lagerfield, the
Satin, in honor of Duke Elling-
ton's 100th birthday, and the
Tricentennial, a grand piano
that commemorates the
300th anniversary of the
piano. Pianos will be available
to play and to purchase during
the event. Call 1-800-908-
1853 for more information.
BACH MASTERWORKS
WINTER PARK The
Bach Festival Society presents
Holiday Choral Masterworks,
the group's traditional holiday
musical celebration, Sunday,
Dec. 11, at 3 and 7 p.m. at
Knowles Memorial Chapel,
Rollins College. Call 407-646-
2182 for ticket information.
ACCORDION CLUB
WINTER PARK The
Central Florida Accordion
Club will meet and play af the
Winter Park Elks Lodge,
4755 Howell Branch Road,
Dec. 21 from 5-9:15 p.m.
The membership is open to all
skill levels and music styles.
There is also an optional din-
ner buffet at 5:30 p.m. Call
Thomas Yost at 407-678-
0943 for more information.
LIPIZZANER STALLIONS
KISSIMMEE The world
famous stallions come to the
Silver Spurs Arena at Osceola
Heritage Park Dec. 27-28
with performances at 3 and
7:30 p.m. Discount family
tickets are available for
$16.50 as well as group rates
and Gold Circle Seats. Tickets
may be purchased at the
arena box office and through
Ticketmaster outlets. Call
321-697-3333 for more
information.
SANTA AT
ALTAMONTE
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS
- Santa has officially ar-
rived at Altamonte Mall. He
can be found at the lower
level by Macy's. Holiday
events also include pet photo
days Saturday, Dec. 3, 10,
17 from 6-8 p.m.
STAMP CLUB,.,,
ORLANDO FLOREX,
the Central Florida Stamp Club
show, will be held at the com-
mercial exhibit hall at the Cen-
tral Florida Fairgrounds Dec. 2-
3. The free admission/free


parking show will feature door
prizes each hour, a grand prize
Sunday, stamp vendors and
more. There will also be free col-
lectible stamps for children.
CANDLELIGHT
PROCESSION
ORLANDO The Cathe-
dral Church of St. Luke presents
its annual candlelight procession
with reading and hymns and
music by Bach, Brahms and
more. It begins at 6 p.m. on
Dec. 4 and will be followed by a
holiday bazaar.
MALL AT MILLENIA
HOLIDAYS
ORLANDO Professional
musicians will deck the halls of
the Mall at Millenia through
Christmas Eve.
CHARITY CAR SHOW
KISSIMMEE The Wide
Track Pontiac Club of Central
Florida and the Central Florida
Zoological Park have teamed up
for the 14th annual charity car
show at Old Town Feb. 25.
The group is seeking corporate
donations to benefit the zoo.
Companies can participate not
only through donations, but gift
cards and company products,
which can be used for prizes and
raffles. The group anticipates
around 150 car participants and
more than 1,000 spectators.
For more information contact
show coordinator Jim Carlton at
wtwcarshow@cfl.rr.com.
VICTORIAN HOLIDAY
ORLANDO Leu Gardens
presents a Victorian holiday at
the Leu House through Jan. 2.
Throughout the historic house
there will be holiday trim and
accessories, including Victorian
trees decked with traditional
ornaments and much more.
Admission to the Leu House is
included in the garden admis-
sion, $5 adults, $1 children (K-
12th grade). Admission is
always free Monday fromi9 a.m.
to noon. Call 407-246-2620
for more information.
CHRISTMAS GARDENS
ORLANDO There will be
Christmas Magic in 'the Gardens
Dec. 11 as Harry P. Leu Gar-
dens presents Michael Andrew
& The Atomic Big Band. Holi-
day classics will be given a twist
in the garden setting. Picnic bas-
kets and blankets or chairs are
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Gardens is located at 1920 For-
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POINTE ORLANDO
ORLANDO The Pop
Shop Inc. will perform near
the Muvico Theater ticket
booth Friday, Dec. 16. Pop
Shop features performances
by up-and-coming rock bands,
dance groups and solo artists.
The free event is at 7 p.m.
BEST CHRISTMAS
PAGEANT
TITUSVILLE The Rising
Stars Theatre performs The
Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Dec. 9-11 at the Historic Emma
Parrish Theatre, 301 Julia St.
The story is about six kids who
just might be the worst kids in
the world who go to a church to
get some free refreshments and
wind up with the lead roles in
the Christmas play. Tickets are
$5-$7. Call the box office at
321-268-1125.
SUNFEST
WEST PALM BEACH -
SunFest, Florida's largest music,
art and waterfront festival, is
seeking artists for the annual
show May 4-7. Artists will be
eligible to win one of 22 awards
totaling $16,000. Applications
and entry qualifications are avail-
able at www.sunfest.com.
IRISH ROVERS
DAYTONA BEACH -
The Irish Rovers will be
coming to SMT DOWN-
TOWN for a holiday Christ-
mas in Ireland Concert Dec.
8-9 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are
on sale now and start at
$30. Call the box office at
386-257-7790 for more
information.
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Each -one-of-a-kind Mr.
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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.
TIM DORSEY
ORLANDO Dark comic
novelist Tim Dorsey, who
writes about crime in an
unusual lighthearted manner,
will be at the west campus of
Valencia Community College
Dec. 8 at 1 p.m. Dorsey will
give a reading followed by a
book signing at 2 p.m. The
reading takes place on the
first floor of the campus
library. Call 407-582-2900
for more information.
BOAT SHOW
ORLANDO -The 39th
annual Central Florida Boat
Show comes to the Orange
County Convention Center
March 2-5, 2006. The marine
industry display will feature
400,000 square feet of the lat-
est boat models of every shape
and kind. There will also be a
lineup for fisherman, lots of
seminars, a kid's zone and
more. Adult admission is $8,
children 15 and under are free
with paid adult admission. For
more show information go to
www.boatshowflorida.com.
ARABIAN NIGHTS
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 Shel-
ter and H.O.M.E. For the Holi-
days. Tickets are only $30,
instead of the usual $50 dinner
show price. Attendees are also
asked to bring a toy, which can
be donated to the children. For.
more information call Steve
Leichner at 321-939-4319 or
e-mail leichner@itmci.com.
AEROSMITH
ORLANDO Aerosmith
with special guest Lenny
Kravitz comes to the TD
Waterhouse Centre Jan. 5 at
7;30 p.m. Tickets are on sale
now. Tickets are $56-$126
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to further raise awareness
about this important cause.
"We're thrilled to have
Playskool and celebrities of this
caliber donate their time and
effort to help us address the
important need for barrier-free
playgrounds," said Amy Jaffe
Barzach, Boundless Play-
grounds' co-founder/co-execu-
tive director.
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HOLIDAY PARADE
WINTER PARK The sec-
ond annual Winter Park Boat
Parade & Festival of Lights
returns Saturday, Dec. 10,
beginning at 5 p.m. on Lake
Virginia and Lake Osceola. The
moonlit parade can be viewed
from the Albin Polasek Museum
or the Dinky Dock on Ollie
Avenue and the loop around
Lake Osceola. For more infor-


tion, we hope more people
will get involved to help us
bring the joy of play to hun-
dreds of thousands of children
and families of all abilities
across America."
A direct link to the online
charity auction is available at
www.playskool.com. One hun-
dred percent of the proceeds
benefit Boundless Playgrounds.
Contact Peter Covino at,
407-846-7600, Ext. 206.
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Dec. 30-31 for three shows.
This is the 35th anniversary
season for the stallions. Tick-
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$16.50 each and may be pur-
chased at the box office and
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OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETEI
Florida laws protect your right
to know and provide that certain
legal proceedings be published
for your information and
protection.

Public Notices-----


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION.
Case Number: CI 05-MF-1373.
DIVISION: ___
BANK OF NEW YORK,
As Trustee for the
CERTIFICATEHOLDERS
OF CWABS 2004-06,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DEAN A. MOREL, et al.,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
November 21, 2005, and
entered in Case Number: CI 05-
MF-1373, of the Circuit Court of
the NINTH Judicial Circuit, in
and for OSCEOLA County, Flori-
da, wherein BANK OF NEW
YORK, as Trustee for the CER-
TIFICATEHOLDERS OF
CWABS 2004-06, is the Plaintiff,
and DEAN A. MOREL; MARIA
M. MOREL; BELLALAGO
COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
Inc., are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at the OSCEOLA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 2
Courthouse Square, Suite 2600,
Room 2602, Kissimmee, Florida
34741, at 11:00 A.M. on JANU-
ARY 18, 2006, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment'
Lot 70, BELLALAGO, according
to the Plat thereof, as recorded
in Plat Book 14, Pages 159-168,
of the Public Records of Osceo-
la County, Florida.
a/k/a 3200 Winding Trail
Kissimmee Florida 34746
f you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs accommoda-
tion in order to participate in this
proceedings, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please con-
tact: Court Administration at 2
Courthouse Square, Suite 6300,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741, Tele-
phone: (407) 343-2417, within
two (2) working days of your
receipt of this described notice; if
you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-(800) 955-8771.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on the 21st day
of November 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: I/sBetsy Quinones
BETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to:
EC!-VARRIA,
CODILIS & STAWIARSKI
Post Office Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05011258
November 26, 2005
December 3, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION.
Case Number: Cl 05-MF-1742.
DIVISION: _
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS
Inc., as nominee for WASHING-
TON MUTUAL BANK AND
WASHINGTON MUTUAL
BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GREGORY C. BOHRER, et al.,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
November 21, 2005, and
entered in CPie tliu.T.t-. Cl -i.
MF-1742, of re '.,r,:u :,':.'u 31
the NINTH Judicial Circuit, in
and for OSCEOLA County, Flori-
da, wherein MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS Inc., as nominee for
WASHINGTON MUTUAL
BANK AND WASHINGTON
MUTUAL BANK,'is the Plaintiff,
and GREGORY C. BOHRER;
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
GREGORY C. BOHRER; any
and all parties claiming by,
through, under and against the
herein named individual Defen-
dant(s) who are not known to be
dead or alive, whether said
unknown parties may claim an
interest as spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, or other
claiman; TENANT # 1; TENANT
#2, are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at the Osceola
County Courthouse, 2 Court-
house Square, Suite 2600,
Room 2602, Kissimmee, Florida
34741, at 11:00 o'clock A.M. on
JANUARY 3, 2006, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment
Lot 20 and 21, THE SEMINOLE
LAND AND INVESTMENT
COMPANY'S MAP OF TOWN
OF ST. CLOUD, according to
the Plat thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book B, Pages 33 and 34,
Public Records..of Osceola
County,_Florida.
A/K/A 1509 Michigan Avenue
St Cloud Florida 34769
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs accommoda-
tion in order to participate in this
proceedings, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please con-
tact: Court Administration at 2
Courthouse Square, Suite 6300,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741, Tele-
phone: (407) 343-2417, within
two (2) working days of your
receipt of this described notice; if
you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-(800) 955-8771.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on the 21st day
of November 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/Betsy Quinones
BETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to:
ECHEVARRIA,
CODILIS & STAWIARSKI
Post Office Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05017207
November 26, 2005
December 3, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
General Jurisdiction Division.
Case Number Cl 05-MF-1906.
COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS Inc.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HERBERT MOLLICONE,
if living, and if dead, the
unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees and
all other parties claiming an
interest by, through, under or
against HERBERT MOLLI-
CONE; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OFPHERBERT MOLLICONE, if
any; JOHN DOE -and JANE
DOE, AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ANTS IN POSSESSION.
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
November 21, 2005, entered in
Civil Case Number: Cl 05-MF-.
1906, of.the Circuit Court of the
9th Judicial Circuit, in and for
Osceola County, Kissimmee,


Florida, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
Osceola County Courthouse, 2
Courthouse Square, Suite 2600,
Room 2602, in Kissimmee, Flori-
da, at 11:00 A.M., on the 21st
day of DECEMBER2005, the
following described property as
set forth in said Summary Final


Judgment to-wit
Lot 2, EARL CREST SHORES,
according to the Official Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat Book
1, Page 111, of the Public
Records of Osceola County,
Florida; less road right-of-way as
shown in document recorded in
Official Records Book 62, Page
410, of the Public Records of
Osceola County Florida
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs accommoda-
tion in order to participate in this
proceedings, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please con-
tact: Court Administration at 2
Courthouse Square, Suite 6300,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741, Tele-
phone: (407) 343-2417, within
two (2) working days of your
receipt of this Notice of Hearing;
if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-(800) 955-8771.
DATEDon this 21st day of
November 2005.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Betsy Quinones
BETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk
Attomey for Plaintiff: '
The Law Offices of:
DAVID J. STERN, PA.,
801 South University Drive
Suite 500,
Plantation, Florida 33324
Telephone: (954) 233-8000
05-44954 (CWS)
November 26, 2005
December 3, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Case Number: Cl 05-MF-1938.
DARRELL. BOWMAN and
BERTHA M. BOWMAN,
husband and wife,
Plaintiffs
vs.
BARRY LEE HIRNEISEN,
JAMES L CHARLESTON,
WILBER RAY CHARLESTON,
and DORIS ELAINE
CHARLESTON,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF ACTION
To:'BARRY LEE HIRNEISEN
128 W. Oley Street,
Reading, PA 19601
WILBER RAY CHARLESTON
Box 88-1A,
George Eargle Road,
Little Mountain, SC 29075
JAMES L. CHARLESTON
2404 Fricke Avenue,
Orlando, FL 32826
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
Quiet Title Action on the follow-
ing property in OSCEOLA Coun-
ty Florida,
EXHIBIT "A"
Commencing at the South-
west corner of Lot 42, THE
SEMINOLE LAND & INVEST-
MENT COMPANY'S (Incorpo-
rated) SUBDIVISION of Section
11, Township 26 South, Range
30 East, Plat Book B, Page 2, of
the Public Records of Osceola
County, Florida; thence South
89" 53' 10" East, 267.0 feet;
thence North 00* 03' 10" East,
93.0 feet to the Point of Begin-
ning; thence North 00 03' 10"
East, 167.395 feet; thence North
89" 53' 10" West, 109.0 feet;
thence North 00' 03' 10" East,
392.48 feet more or less to the
South right-of-way of Seven-
teenth Street; thence Easterly
along the South right-of-way 0.4
feet; thence South 00" 03' 10"
West, 392.08 feet more or less;
thence South 89" 53' 10" East,
219.92 feet; thence South 00"
03' 10" West, 130.17 feet;
thence North 89 53' 10" West,
41.0 feet; thence South 00' 03'
10" West, 37.625 feet; thence
North 89* 53' 10" West, 70.32
feet to the Point of Beginning,
Less Road right-of-way.
Also described as follows: SL
& IC, Beginning at SW comer of
Lot 42, E 337.32 ft., N 93 ft to
POB; N 37.63 ft, E 41 ft N
100.17ft, W 111.32 ft, S 138.2ft
E 70.32 ft. to POB, in Official
Records Book 2498, Page 438,
of 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 ADDISON E. WALKER,
Esquire, the Plaintiff's Attomey,
whose address is 4313 Neptune
Road, St. Cloud, Florida 34769,
on or before DECEMBER 12,
2005, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either
before service on the Plaintiffs'
Attorney or immediately there-
after otherwise, 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-
tidn in order to participate in this
proceedings, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please con-
tact: Court Administration at 2
Courthouse Square, Suite 6300,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741, Tele-
phone:(407).343-2417, within
two (2) working days of your
Receipt of this described notice; if
-you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-(800) 955-8771.
DATED on this 8th day of
November 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: Is/Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
November 12, 19, 26, 2005
December 3, 2005


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC AUCTION
The vehicle listed below shall be
sold auction free of all prior liens
for cash at MAGIC TOWS, 2760
Lake Vista Drive, Kissimmee,
Florida 34744, on DECEMBER
23, 2005, at 10 A.M. Phone #:
(407) 847-5333
1986 FORD F150 Pickup
VIN #: 2FTEF14Y5GCB44849
December 3, 2005



SURROGATE'S COURT,
CLINTON COUNTY.
CITATION
IN THE MATTER OF: ESTATE
OF HELEN J. DUDAS,
Deceased.
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE
OF NEW YORK:
To: THEODORE J.
PIETRZYKOWSKI and TO ANY
AND ALL PERSONS WHO
MAY CLAIM as heirs at law, next
of kin, devisees, distributes,
assignees, legal representa-
tives, successors in interest,
creditors, mortgagees, lienors,
and legal representative of them
and the successors in interest of
the aforesaid THEODORE J.
PIETRZYSKOWSKI, and gener-
ally anyone having or claiming to
have an interest in this proceed-
ing or who is in any way related
to the decedent, HELEN J.
DUDAS, late of Plattsburgh,
Clinton County, New York;
TO THE ABOVE NAMED
PERSON whose place of resi-
dence is unknown to the Peti-
-tioner and cannot with diligent
inquiry be ascertained; Susan
Wendt of Claremont, New
Hampshire, having presented a
Petition for the Probate of the
Will of Helen J. Dudas, dece-
dent, dated June 17, 2005, relat-
ing to both real and personal
property;
YOU, THE ABOVE NAMED
PERSON ARE CITED TO
SHOW CAUSE before the Sur-


rogate's Court of Clinton County,
at the Surrogate Office, Clinton
County Government Center, 137
Margaret Street, Plattsburgh,
New York, on the 11th day of
JANUARY2006, at 9:30 A.M.,
why a decree should not be
granted admitting said Will to


probate and directing issuance
of letter testamentary to Petition-
er, SUSAN WENDT.
IN TESTIMONY-WHEREOF,
we have caused the seal of our
said Surrogate's Court to be
hereunto affixed.
WITNESS, HON. KEVIN K.
RYAN, Surrogate this 4th day of
November 2005.
/s/ Debra A. Babbie
DEBRA A. BABBLE, Deputy
JAMES W. CLUTE
Attomey for Petitioner
CLUTE,CLUTE
& THOMPSON, LLP
121 Bridge Street
P.O. Box 2885
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Telephone: (518) 563-4884
TO THE ABOVE NAMED
PERSON, the foregoing Citation
is served upon you by publica-
tion pursuant to an Order of the
HON. KEVIN K. RYAN, Judge of
the Surrogate's Court of the
State of New York, County of
Clinton, dated the 4th day of
November 2005, and filed with
the petition and other papers in
the Office of the Clerk of said
Surrogate's Court in Plattsburgh,
New York. The object of the pro-
ceeding is to probate the Last
Will and Testament of HELEN J.
DUDAS, deceased, lately domi-
ciled at Plattsburgh, County of
CLinton, State of New York.
DATED: November 4, 2005.
JAMES W. CLUTE
Attorney for Petitioner
November 12, 19, 26, 2005
December 3, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
Case Number CI 05-MF-2536.
MIKE DAVIS and LISA DAVIS,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
CLIFFORD W. PETERSON,
if alive, and if dead, his or her
unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors,
and all other parties claiming by,
through, under or against his or
her,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: CAROL E. WILLIAMS'
If alive, and if dead, his or her
unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors,
and all other parties claiming by,
through, under or against his or
her, and;
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
Action to Quiet Title to the fol-
lowing property in Osceola
County Florida*
TOLIGA MANOR, Unit B, Plat
Book 1, Page 139, Block 29,
Lots 23 and 24.
Property Physical Address:
NONE
Parcel Identification Number:
05-26-30-5220-0029-0230 '
has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
to it on: HAYNES E. BRINSON,
Esquire, BRIAN MICHAEL
MARK, P.A., Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is: 104 North
Church Street, Kissimmee, Florir
da 34741, on or before JANU-
ARY 3, 2006, and file the original
with the Clerk'of this Court either
before service on Plaintiffs' attor-
ney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
DATED on this 30th day of
November 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Linda Phillips
LINDA PHILLIPS
As Deputy Clerk
December 3, 10, 17, 24, 2005



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Case Number: Cl 05-OC-2512.
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF,
1988 ACURA INTEGRA
VIN #: JH4DA3340JS025774
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDINGS
TO ALL PERSONS WHO
CLAIM AN INTEREST IN THE
FOLLOWING PROPERTY'
1988 ACURA INTEGRA
VIN #: JH4DA3340JS025774
The Osceola County Sheriff's
Office seized the above-
described property on or about
November 1, 2005, at or near
800 Cypress Parkway, Kissim-
mee, Osceola County, Florida. A
complaint for Forfeiture, pur-
suant to the Florida Contraband
Forfeiture Act, Sections
932.701-707, Florida Statutes
(2003) has been filed in the Cir-
cuit 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/Janet Ann McDonald
JANET ANN McDONALD
Osceola County Sheriff's Office
2601 E. Irio Bronson Highway
Kissimmee, Florida
Telephone: (407) 348-1100
Florida Bar #: 0286060.
December 3,10, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Case Number: CI 05-OC-2513.
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF
1993 Chevrolet Suburban
VIN #: 1GNGK26K8PJ336326
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDINGS
TO ALL PERSONS WHO
CLAIM AN INTEREST IN THE
FOLLOWING PROPERTY:
1993 Chevrolet Suburban
VIN #* 1GNGK26K8PJ336326
The Osceola County Sheriff's
Office seized the above-
described property on or about
October 29,2005, at or near 914
English Oaks Court, 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.
/s/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.
December 3,10,2005


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC AUCTION
As of DECEMBER 16, 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)1985 FORD
VIN #: 1 FTDF15Y8FNA67333
2) 1985 CHEVY .
VIN #: 1GBEG25H8F7179808
3) 1988 FORD
VIN #: 1FABP44A3JE210448
4) 1994 CHEVY
VIN #: 1GCDC14ZXRZ198862


5) 1994 GMC
VIN #: 1GKDT13W2R0507532
6) 1997 CHEVY
VI #: 1G1JC1243VM158682
7) 1998 FREIGHTLINER
VIN #: 1FUYSSEB1WL921419
8) 3/6 yard DUMPSTERS
December 3, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 05-MF-1004.
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS Inc.,
a Florida corporation, etc.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GWEN D. TURNER, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45, FLORIDA STATUTES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order or Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated the 18th day of November 2005, and
entered in Case Number CI 05-MF-1004, of the Circuit Court of the
Ninth Judicial Circuit, in and for Osceola County, Florida, wherein
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS Inc., is the Plaintiff, and GWEN D.
TURNER, et al., are the Defendants, that I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the OSCEOLA COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 2
Courthouse Square, Suite 2600, Room 2602, Kissimmee, Osceola
County, Florida 34741, at 11:00 o'clock A.M., on DECEMBER 15,.
2005, the following described property as set forth in said Final Default
Judgment of Foreclosure to-wit"


Assigned Unit Week No. 46 Even, in Assigned Unit No. NNN-09
Assigned Unit Week No. 16 ALL, in Assigned Unit No. MMM-11
Assigned Unit Week No. 23 ALL, in Assigned Unit No. MMM-06
Assigned Unit Week No. 46 Even, in Assigned Unit No. NNN-10
Assigned Unit Week No. 19 ALL, in Assigned Unit No. MMM-12
Assigned Unit Week No. 21, Even, in Assigned Unit No. NNN-06
ALL OF WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS XXI, a Time Share Resort,
according to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restric-
tions thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 1200, at Page
2720, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all
m.^..dmetl\ thereto if anv


e IlolUlentHsO) lioetoV 11 any
If you are a person with a disability who needs accommodation in
order to participate in this proceedings, you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Court
Administration nt2 Courthouse Square, Suite 6300, Kissimmee, Flori-
da 34741, Tele hone: (407) 343-2417, within two (2) working days of
your receipt of his Notice of Sale; if you are haring or voice impaired,
call 1-(800) 955-8771.
DATED at Kissimmee, Florida, on this 21st day of*November 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Betsy Quinones
BETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk
November 26, 2005
December 3, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 05-MF-1047.
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS Inc.,
a Florida corporation, etc.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
TERRY L. McFADDEN, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OFLE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45; FLORIDA STATUTES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order or Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated the 18th day of November 2005, and.
entered in Case Number: C 05-MF-1047, of the Circuit Court of the
Ninth Judicial Circuit, in and for Osceola County, Florida, wherein
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS Inc., is the Plaintiff, and TERRY L.
McFADDEN, et al., are the Defendants, that I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash.at the OSCEOLA COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
2 Courthouse Square, Suite 2600, Room 2602, Kissimmee, Osceola
County, Florida 34741, at 11:00 o'clock A.M., on DECEMBER 20,
2005, the following described property as set forth in said Final Default
Judgment of Foreclosure to-wit
Assigned Unit Week No. 31 EVEN, in Assigned Unit No. GG-110
Assigned Unit Week No. 52 EVEN, in Assigned Unit No. GG-307
Assigned Unit Week No. 42 ODD, in Assigned Unit No. GG-310
Assigned Unit Week No. 44 EVEN, in Assigned Unit No. GG-111
Assigned Unit Week No. 40 EVEN, in Assigned Unit No. GG-311
Assigned Unit Week No. 20 ODD, in Assigned Unit No. GG-104
Assigned Unit Week No. 38 ODD, in Assigned Unit No. GG-309
All of WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS XIII, a Time Share Resort,
according to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restric-
tions thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 1021, at Page
1086, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all
amendments) thereto if any
If you are a person with a disability who needs accommodation in
order to participate in this proceedings, you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Court
Administration at2 Courthouse Square, Suite 6300, Kissimmee, Flori-
da 34741, Telephone: (407) 343-2417, within two (2) working days of
yourreceipt of this Notice of Sale; if you are hearing orvoice impaired,
call 1-(800) 955-8771.
DATED at Kissimmee, Florida, on this 21st day of November 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Br ki/ PBet? Ouinnees
I6ET- J litJ._. r ,'iE
As Deputy Clerk
November 26, 2005
December 3, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 05-MF-2534.
THE SPAS AT RESORT WORLD
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION Inc.,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff(s),
vs.
LISA RENEE McPHERSON, et al.,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Case Number: Cl 05-OC-2526.
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF
2005 DODGE MAGNUM
VIN #: 2D4FV48V35H112512'
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDINGS
TO ALL PERSONS WHO
CLAIM AN INTEREST IN THE
FOLLOWING PROPERTY-
2005 DODGE MAGNUM
VIN #: 2D4FV48V35H112512
The Osceola County Sheriff's
Office seized the above-
described property on or about
November 14, 2005, at or near
520 East Osceola Parkway,
Kissimmee, Osceola County,
Florida. A complaint for Forfei-'
ture, pursuant to the Florida
Contrabar. F.,n- clur. 4.,:1 ,-:
tions : -, I -,' _. Flo r..a
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.
/sl JanetAnn McDonald
JANET ANN McDONALD
Osceola County Sheriff's Office
2601 E. Irlo Bronson Highway
Kissimmee, Florida"
Telephone: (407) 348-1100
Florida Bar#: 0286060,
December 3, 10, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE No.: PR 05-PR-000515.
DIVISION: .
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
JOSEPH P. CACCAMISE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of JOSEPH P CAC-
CAMISE, deceased, whose date
of death was September 20,
2005, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Osceola County, Flori-
da, Probate Division, the
address of which is: OSCEOLA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Two
Courthouse Square, Kissim-
mee, Florida 34741.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative and
the personal representative's
attomey 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 SO FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first Piblication of
this notice is December 3, 2005.
Personal Representatives:
Is/Donna Mitchell
DONNA MITCHELL
1882 Kings Highway
Kissimmee, Florida 34744
/s/David Caccamise
DAVID CACCAMISE


844 West Cumberland Court
Jacksonville, Florida 32259
Attorney for
Personal Representatives:
/s/ Leanna S.A. Freeman
LEANNA S.A. FREEMAN
Attorney for Donna Mitchell
Florida Bar No.: 0101117.
FREEMAN and BURK.
236 San Marco Avenue
St. Augustine, Florida 32084
-ic.:, T.[,.; : "4 1,. '"''


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SANDRA S. SKORZEWSKI,
Plaintiff,
CHHI c )riE. -,

NOTICE OF ACTION
To: CHRIS COONEY
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Monetary Damages
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i.. ,. o., MICHAEL J BARBER.
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Court either before service on
the Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise 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
tr,"; [r.:,: .',,,-,g ,] ,l .:., at.- .-,ii .;..
1at rn.;l.:..:,: I: :u I.:- tn,- Cr ,: ,-
C,:,a,- .;l Vh : ,',",un iri'nI lia l:.i
at2 Courthouse Square, Kissim-
mee, Florida 34-i T `.i .h-:',
(407)343-2417 ar,,-, Ih,:. I-.,
working days of your receipt of
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DATED on this _'ir,. 3lI, :.1i
November 2005. .
LARRY WHALEY
As CLERF' 'F THE CDuJHT
B, ; L,,-,, rin ,f-';
LINDA PHILLIPS
SAs Deputy Clerk
December 3, 10,2005








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NOTICE OF ACTION
To: LISA RENEE McPHERSON
4070 Sweetsprings Terrace SW
Powder Spnngs, GA 30127-8445 USA
DONALD N. PARKES
RR.R. 2, Onllia, Ontario L3V 6H2. CANADA
KATHY A. PARKES
R.R. #2. Orillia, Ontario L3V 6H2, CANADA
JORGE RUSCELLI
Avenida De Los Incas 3245, Apt # 9, Capital Federal
Republican Argentina, ARGENTINA
HILDA SUSANA POGLIO-RUSCELLI
Avenida De Los Incas 3245, Apt # 9, Capital Federal
Republica Argentina, ARGENTINA
ALAN J. SMITH
2400 Mechanic Street, Apt. 301,
Galveston, Texas 77550-1485 USA
DIANE ROMAGNOLI-SMITH
2400 Mechanic Street, Apt. 301,
Galveston, Texas 77550-1485 USA
WILLIAM C. SNAWDER
370 Circle Hill Road, Falls Rough, KY 40119-6252 USA
LINDA FULTZ
370 Circle Hill Road, Falls Rough, KY 40119-6252 USA
LYNN TAYLOR
1124 N. 41st Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-1257 USA
DELORES TEDESCHI-BUTLER
P.O. Box 422263, Parkville, MD 21234-0000 USA
WESLEY E. THOMPSON
536 Reamer Street, Greensburg, PA 15601-4347 USA
CAROL A. THOMPSON
536 Reamer Street, Greensburg, PA 15601-4347 USA
ELOISE V. TINSLEY
1622 Dellwood Circle, Morrow, GA 30260-3512 USA
WAYNE L. TUMBLESON
65400 Mulberry Road, Lakeville, IN 46536-9370 USA
SANDY TUMBLESON
65400 Mulberry Road, Lakeville, IN 46536-9370 USA
ANDREW WARRINGTON
82 Crown Lane, Horwich Bolton,
Greater Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM
SANDRA WARRINGTON
82 Crown Lane, Horwich Bolton,
Greater Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM
DEBRA J. WEGENER
510 Pine Street, Essexville, MI 48732-1428 USA
PAUL ZIVKOVICH
i C- .:;i D;.e .ll;il, IL60435-8503 USA

1850 Cecily Drive, Joliet, IL 60435-8503 USA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against
you to foreclose a mortgage on the following described property in
OSCEOLA County Florida to wit:
Week 27, Condominium Parcel Number 763-W, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase XII;
Week 04, Condominium Parcel Number 658, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF.ORLANDO, Phase X;
Week 04, Condominium Parcel Number 654, of THE SPAS AT
qE".RT WOVRI OF' RLANDO, Phase IX;' I .
'.e 3 :-, .:.'.j.: ....,,-,,, Parcel Number 662-W, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase XII;
Week 06, Condominium Parcel Number 662-W, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase XII;
W ei,.i 3, C.:r.d.i:-,;m;..., .. l N mjb.-r... : ,:, ,:.i THE SPAS AT
AE .O'*HT ..'-O: I _, F '-OILA I JNCD, Pri,: i I
Week 31, Condominium Parcel Number 622, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase IV;
Week 19, Cbndeominium ,Parcel Number 557, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase X;
Week 36,' Condominium Parcel Number 522 of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase IV;
SWeek 0'8, Condominium Parcel Number 562-W, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase XII;
Week 42; Condominium Parcel Number 660, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase X;
Week 42, Condominium Parcel Number 540, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase VII;
Week,28, Condominium 'Parcel Number 526, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO. Phase V-
According to the Declaration of Condominium, recorded in Official
Record Book 886, Page 1061, and amendments thereto, recorded in
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lic Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all amendments thereto,
if any, has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defense, if any, to: JOHN M. CAMPBELL, Esquire,
Attorney for the Plaintiff, whose address is: 4700 Millenia Boulevard,
Orlando, Florida 32839, and file the original with the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or before JANUARY,3, 2006; otherwise a judgment
may be entered'against you for the relief demanded in the complaint.
NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, persons
with disabilities needing a special accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact, Court Administration at 2 Courthouse
Square, Kissimmee, Florida 34741, telephone number (407) 343-
2417, not later than two working days prior to the proceeding. If hear-
ing impaired, (TDD) 1-(800) 955-8771, or Voice (v) 1-(800) 955-8771,
via Florida Relay'Service. TO EACH SHERIFF OF THE STATE: You
are commanded to serve this Summons and a copy of the Complaint
in this lawsuit on the above-named Defendant(s).
WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court on this 30th day of
November 2005'.-
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF COUNTY AND CIRCUIT COURT
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 05-MF-2533.
THE SPAS AT RESORT WORLD
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION Inc.,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff(s),
vs.
KENNETH THOMAS, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: KENNETH THOMAS
55 Green Close, Didcot, OX118TE, ENGLAND
SHEILA JEAN THOMAS
55 Green Close, Didcot, OX118TE, ENGLAND
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against
you to foreclose a mortgage on the following described property in
OSCEOLA Cournty Florida to wit:
Week 19, Condominium.Parcel Number 562-W, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO. Phaw XII:
According to the Declaration of Condominium, recorded in Official
Record Book 886, Page 1061, and amendments thereto recorded in
Official Record Book 886, Page 1170; Official Record Book 922, Page
1397; Official Record Book 977, Page 755; Official Record Book 989,
Page 96; Official Record Book 1004, Page 341; Official Record Book
1009, Page 2062, and in Official Record Book 1065, Page 0857, of
the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all amendments
thereto, if any, has been filed against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defense, if any, to: JOHN M. CAMPBELL,
Esquire, Attorney for the Plaintiff, whose address is: 4700' Millenia
Boulevard, Orlando, Florida 32839, and file the original with the Clerk
of the above styled Court on or before JANUARY 3, 2006; otherwise
a judgment may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint.
NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, persons
with disabilities needing a special accommodation to.participate in this
proceeding should contact Court Administration at 2 Courthouse
Square, Kissimmee, Florida 34741, telephone number (407) 343-
2417, not later than two working days prior to the proceeding. If hear-
ing impaired, (TDD) 1-(800) 955-8771, or Voice (v) 1-(800) 955-8771,
via Florida Relay Service. TO EACH SHERIFF OF THE STATE: You
are commanded to serve this Summons and a copy of the Complaint
in this lawsuit on the above-named Defendant(s). "
WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court on this 30th day of
November 2005.


December 3, 10,2005


LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF COUNTY AND CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/LindaPhillips
LINDA PHILLIPS
As Deputy Cler


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSGEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
SI r CASE NUMBER: Q 05-MF-1048;
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS Inc.,
a Florida corporation, as general partner of
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS LTD.,
a Florida limited partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHRISTOPHER D. WRIGHT, et al., .'
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45, FLORIDA STATUTES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order oi Final'Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated the 18th day of November 2005, and
entered in Case Number: Cl 05-MF-1048, of the Circuit Court of the
Ninth Judicial Circuit, in and for Osceola County, Florida, wherein
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS Inc., is the Plaintiff, and CHRISTO-
PHER D. WRIGHT, et al., are the Defendants, that I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the OSCEOL' COUINTY COUR.
THOUSE, 2 Courthouse Square, Suite 2600, .:...:r.., 1) Ki ,-,.
mee, Osceola County, Florida 34741, at 11:00 o'clock A.M., on
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ALL OF WESTGATE VACATION VILLA i i Tr,,. Hl-~ire. H,:.n
according to the Declaration :1. : ,- ,- .:.,-i..:.. ,.. H i.a r:..
tions thereof, as recorded in ",,.:,ii. ie::..i Book 0882, at Page
2709, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida, and-all
amendments) thereto if anv
If you are a person with a disability who needs accommodation ir
order ':. c: ~,', ; a,- ; Ln, c. :.:.*-'j"' ? i :u 3' 1,0,-,hlho3 j ,' ',:-, ; i
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call 1-(800) 955-8771.
DATED at Kissimmee, Florida, on this 21st day of November 2005:
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THECIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Betsy Quinones
BETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk
November 26, 2005
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Roofing Contractor.. 240
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Screen Installation & Repair 247
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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


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Monogramming 496 Retail/Cashiers 705 Banquet Halls 1080
Musical Instruction 500 Travel Agent 710 Office Space 1085
Educational Services 505 Hotel/Motel 715 Retail Space 1090
Secretarial Services 510 Restaurant Lounge 720 Warehouses 1095
Care For The Elderly 515 Clerical 725 Pasture Stable 1100
Catering Services 520 Accounting/Bookkeeping 730 Hunting Prop. 1105
Business Opportunity 525 Educational 735 Timeshares 1110
Investment Opportunity 5 30' Security 740 Vacation 1115
Businesses For Sale 535 Insurance 745 Storage/Garage 1120
Telemarketing 750 Real Estate For Sale 1130
ITEMS FOR SALE: Sales 755 Homes 1135
Beautician/Cosmetology 760 Duplexes 1140
Garage Sales Kissimmee 540 Nail Tech 765 Townhouses 1145
Garage Sales St. Cloud 545 Maintenance 770 Apartments 1150
Garage Sale Orlando 547 Crafts, Trades & Skills 775 Condos 1155
Merchandise Wanted 550. Industrial 777 Villas 1160
Medical Equipmen 55 Technical 780 Mobile Homes 1165
Auclur.r,. .60 AC/Heating Mechanics 785 Mobile Home Lots 1170
Bcy:le 565 Automotive 790 Out of State 1175
Clothing 570 Professional 795 Out of Area 1180
Exercise Equipment 575 Bank/Financial 800 Farms & Ranches 1185
Business Merchandise 580 Management 805 Property 1190
Jewelry 585 Medical 810 Commercial/Income 1195
For Sale/General 590 Construction' 815 Waterfront 1200
Utility Trailers Farm Workers 820 Oceanfront 1205
Antiques/Collectibles 600 Warehouse 825 Lots/Acreage 1210
Hay 605 Babysitter Wanted 830 Cemetery 1215
Appliances 610 Position Wanted 835 RV Lots 1220
.Appliances 60 Warehouses 1225


rlumoing Pars b15
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/StereoVCR 670
Satellite Systems 675
Restaurant Equipment 680
Commercial Equipment 685
Farm Equipment 690
Equipment Rentals 695
EMPLOYMENT:
Help Wanted/General 700


REAL ESTATE RENTAL:

Wanted to Rent/Buy 1004
Prof. Prop. Management 1005
Home Inspections 1006
Rooms 1010
Roommates 1015
Apartments 1020
Efficiencies 1 025
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


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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RAY'S LAWN MOWING
Mowing, Edging, Trimming and
Branches Cut.
Reasonable Rates.
Reliable Service.
Please call 407-709-6290
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
S"SERVING OSCEOLA COUNTY
SINCE 1987"
FREE ESTIMATES
LICENSED, INSURED
(407) 396-6729
A-1 PAUL NOLZ TREE SERVICE
*Trimming -Removing
*Stump Grinding
(407) 957-7943
J.D.'S TREE Service. Free Estimates.
28/years experience. Topping, Trimming,
Tree Removal. 957-4012.

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

































Osceola County's Oldest &
Largest Auction Company

407-892-2838
CALL TODAY ,
AB892 AU2108
Owner Fred Irving Jr.
10% Buyers Premium


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KAREN'S CONCRETE
Sidewalks Driveways
Patios Etc.
Excellent Workmanship
Free Estimates
Call 407-301-5947 or
321-443-9188
T J'S CONCRETE. Quality Work.
All Types of Concrete Work.
Resonable Rates. Lic/Ins.
Eph. 2.8,9 (407) 857-4561.
445-Irrigation

DELUXE IRRIGATION
Repair & Install
Prompt & Professional Service
Licensed/Insured
407-957-6648
SPARKLING JACK'S IRRIGATION
*Repair -Re-vamping
*Maintenance *Drainage
*Residential *Commercial
*Licensed 'Insured
Email: josekel4@aol.com
(407) 433-3233
(407) 433-3234
-24/Hours
475-Painting

A+ PAINTING
Interior Exterior
SDrywall Textured Ceilings
Remodeling
Licensed Insured
Major Credit Cards Accepted
(407) 325-0710
A. P. C.
HOME IMPROVEMENT
PAINTING COMPANY
Interior / Exterior
*Textured Ceilings *Powerwashing
*Drywall .Taping
*Replacement Doors
*Screen Repair -Remodeling
For All Your Home
Improvement Needs!
(407) 414-5917
BOWERS PAINTING, INC.
BUDDY'S HOLIDAY SPECIAL!!!
Interior / Exterior
*Drywall Repair *Texture
*Commercial Painting
LICENSED / INSURED
(407) 932-3247, (407) 709-4976
Fax (407) 847-9823

515-Care For The Elderly

CARE + ROOM and board for elderly in
my home. 24/hrs. FI. Lic.#49013 AFCH.
407-935-0988.
I WILL Care For Your Loved One With
TLC. St. Cloud, Kissimmee, S.Orange
Area. 407-891-8239.
SI WILL Care For Your Loved One With
TLC. St. Cloud, Kissimmee, S.Orange
Area. 407-891-8239.,
SERVICES OFFERED To the elderly. Gro-
cery shopping, medications, etc. Reason-
able rates. Reliable, caring. Call Sue 407-
343-5187.
525-Business
Opportunity

A CASH COW!
L' 90 VENDING MACHINE
UNITS/YOU OK LOCATIONS
ENTIRE BUSINESS $10,670
HURRY! 800-836-3464 #B02428


539-Items for Sale

www.scottsspecialtygifts
.com
Fast Shipping!
Over 3000 Items In Stock!
Great Christmas Ideas!
Shop Early!


540-Garage Sales
Kissimmee

BIG GARAGE Sale. December 2nd & 3rd.
Poinciana, S. Flag Drive. Collectibles and
More.
BIG YARD sale! Something for everyone!
Lots potential gifts for Christmas. Some
furniture, dinette set, 3/Nintendo units-
Regular, Super, & 64Bit w/games & key
board. Much more! Everything bargain
priced. Fri.12/2, Sat.12/3. 8am-? 150 East
Tropicana Court in Tropical Park. :
GARAGE SALE Fri.12/2, Sat.12/3. 8am-
??? 1511 Skyline Dr., Harbor Oaks. Lots
of misc.
GARAGE SALE Sat.12/3. 8am-noon.
1779 Kings Point Blvd., Kings Hwy. area.
Many items.
GARAGE SALE 1713 Hughey St. Kis-
simmee. Friday, 12/2. Saturday, 12/3.
8AM-4PM., Glasstop Stove. Baby Bed.
Misc. Toys. Clothes. Videos. Other Good
Stuff.
GARAGE SALE. Dec. 3rd. 7AM-? No
Reasonable Offer Refused. Some Christ-
mas Items. 1514 Wyman Circle.

MOVING ESTATE SALE!
Collectibles, Furniture, Motorcycle, An-
tique Car, Hot Air Balloon, China, Art,
Tools, Equipment. Saturday Only. 9AM-
5PM. No Early Birds Please! 3300 Stee-
plechase Lane, Off Pleasant Hill Road.
MOVING SALE. Saturday, 8AM-1PM.
1488 Grandview Blvd., Regal Oak Shores,
Off Neptune. Baby Items, Toys, Maternity
Clothes.
MOVING SALE. Saturday, Dec; 3rd.,
8AM-? Taylor Ridge Subdivision, Off Kings
Hwy. Follow Signs.
MULTI FAMILY Yard sale. Sat.12/3. 8am-
??? 724 Canterbury Lane. off South
Clyde. Furniture, clothes, collectibles.
MULTI-FAMILY Yard Sale. 1813 Paradise
Dr. (off N. Thacker). Kissimmee. Saturday,
12/3. 9AM-3PM.
MULTI-FAMILY Yard sale. Sat.12/3. 8am-
2pm. 4360 Old Tampa Hwy.


OUTRIGGER VILLAGE
2nd Annual Community Sale
1701 Mabbette
Thurs.12/1, Fri.12/2 9am-???


SAT.12/3. 8AM-??? 2922 Holly Berry Ct.
Turnberry Reserve off Boggy Creek Rd.
across from Austin Tindall Park.
YARD SALE -Saturday Only. 12/3.
8AM-Till. Lots of Stuff. 314 S. Dillingham
Ave. Jeans -Small Sizes.
545-Garage Sales
St. Cloud

2/FAMILY GARAGE Sale. Fri.12/2,
Sat.12/3. 7am-??? 2119 14th St. Little bit
of everything!
3 FAMILY Garage Sale. Friday, Saturday,
Dec. 2nd. & 3rd. 3824 Opal Circle, Saw-
grass. Furniture, Toys, Bikes, Christmas,
Household & Other Decorative Items, Etc.
3/FAMILY YARD Sale. Fri.12/2, Sat.12/3.
8am-2pm. 4630 Lakeshore Dr., St.Cloud
Manor.
331 ,CAROLINA. Thursday-Saturday,
Dec.1,2,3. "SUPER SALE". Christmas
items, .collectibles, dolls, household,
couch, tables, chairs, old record player &
records, 2/speakers, misc. glassware,
dishes, 2000 Minivan.
ANTIQUE SEWING buttons, vintage post-
cards, household furnishings, lots of cloth-
ing & misc. Thursday-12/1 & Friday-12/2,
8am. 422 4th St.


6/FAMILY YARD sale at 16th & Missouri.
Friday-12/2 & Saturday-12/3. Lots of good
stuff! Truck & lawnmower.
CHAIN LINK fencing, brick pavers, furni-
ture, tools, toys, clothes, etd. 400 Oregon.
Fri.12/2, Sat.12/3.
GARAGE SALE. 1870 Raymond Dr. Fri-
day & Saturday, 7AM-?
GARAGE SALE. Saturday, Dec. 3rd.
7AM. 4210 Floating Orchid Ct., Canoe
Creek Lakes Subdivision.
GARAGE SALE. Saturday-12/3. Friend-
ship Baptist Church, 1203 Orange Ave.
Homemade Sweet Potato Pies.
HUGE ESTATE sale. Friday & Saturday,
8am-4pm. Sunday, 12-4pm. Grandfather
clock, clothes/linens, fur, adult scooters,
antiques, tools, furniture, misc. Everything
must go! 3963 Rambler, off Deer Run.
407-892-6701.
HUGE PRE-moving sale. All kinds df
goodies. 1980 Druliner Rd., less than
1/mile off Nova Road. Friday-12/2 & Satur-
day-12/3, 7am-??.
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
LARGE YARD SALE. Rain Or Shine.
Thursday, 12/1. Friday, 12/2. Saturday,
12/3. 8AM-?. No Early Birds. 1112C Quo-
tation Ct. Hickory Tree Industrial Park, Off
Old Hickory Tree Road. Furniture. Lamps.
Pictures. Glassware. Bedding. Silk Flow-
ers. Clothing. Western Wear. Misc. 1992
Lincoln Towncar. Good Condition. $2500.
OBO.
MARYLAND & 10th. Sat.12/3. 8am-2pm.
3/family. Furniture, tools, home decor and
more. All good quality.
MOVING SALE Maturnity clothes, toddler
clothes, toys, furniture, something for eve-
ryone! Sat.12/3. 8am-noon. 3253 Oak
Point Circle, Majestic Oaks.
MOVING SALE- Sat.12/03, 9-? 4240
Settlers Court off of Old Canoe Creek
Road.
MOVING SALE. 437 Connecticut. Thurs-
day-12/1, Friday-12/2 & Saturday-12/3.
Cuckoo clock, sofa & loveseat set, jewelry,
lawnmower, tools & more.
MOVING- Outside/Inside Sale. 714 New
York Avenue. Thursday, 12/8. Friday, 12/9.
7:30AM. Antiques. Collectibles. House-
hold. Refrigerator. Gas Stove 1 Yr. Old.
Tools. Fishing. Cameras. Bicycles.
MULTI FAMILY garage sale. Sunday-
12/4/05 only, 8am. More or Less Storage
Units, corner of River St. and 192,
St.Cloud.
PRE-CHRISTMAS. Big Garage Sale &
Tool Sale. Dec. 2nd., 3rd. & 4th. 7AM-
2PM. Tools, Household Items & Morel
Something For Everyone! 4102 Quail Nest
Ct. (407) 891-0092
SATURDAY, 12/3. 110 Year Old Piano,
Chickens, Chicken Coup, Gates/Fencing,
Lumber, PVC, Electrical Pipe & Wire, Fire-
wood, Citrus, Plants, Tools. Much, Much
More!!! 1/2 Mile West St.Cloud To Big Sky
Blvd. Follow Signs. 1563 Cinder Lane.
(407) 847-2276.
SATURDAY-12/3. 12th Street & Oregon,
7am-1pm. Furniture, tools, fishing equip.,
misc.


THOUSANDS OF decorated restaurant
plates, mugs, etc..Clothes, car & more.
Friday-12/2, Saturday-12/3 & Sunday-
12/4, 7:30am. 4729 Ashton Drive W. 407-
891-1114.


TWO FAMILY- Pine Lake Estates. 1706
Cypress Court South. Sat.12/03.
Household items, clothing for everyone.
YARD SALE. Corner of Kentucky &
Lakeshore. Saturday-12/8, 8am-??. 3/fa-
:milies. .. .. -.. ;
YARD SALE/CRAFT Sale. 12/2/05,
12/3/05, 8am-2pm.. 227-216 Maryland
Ave. 3/family. Riding lawn mower, tools,
dolls, households items, new Xmas items.
I 555-Medical EquipmentI

ELECTRIC POWER chair, (wheel chair).
Brand new. Model Profito Sure Step M51.
All leather. On board charger. Invoiced at
$6,000. Will take $2,300 OBO. 407-932-
5211.
590-For Sale General

1986 DOUBLEWIDE Mobile Home in
'Siesta Lago MHV fo sale $15,000 O.B.O.,
needs minor repairs. Also, Sundance
Scooter, $500 O.B.Q. Call 407-973-3498.
CORNER Mobile home bathtub, fiber-
glass- $350. Cast Iron bathtub. Excellent
condition. $550. 407-892-7731.
FREE FIREWOOD. You pick up. 407-957-
9646.
HANDMADE FULLSIZE Santa Clause
Sleigh: Used In Parades. (407) 847-2334.
HOT TUB/SPA $1795.
LOADED!! New! 110/volts. Waterfall with
LED lights, cup holders, bucket seats.
Free delivery.
407-870-7549
JUST IN Time For Christmas!!!
24 Bulb Wolf Tanning Bed With Everglow
Bronzing Bulbs. Paid $2500. Will Sell For
$1000. (407) 319-3306.
MARY, JOSEPH & Baby Jesus, $25.
(407) 361-7698.
MINI CHOPPER. 49CC Motor, Electric
Start. Resembles A Chopper Motorcycle.
Chrome, Silver. $400. O.B.O. (407) 933-
2093.
POOL TABLE Brand new, gorgeous 8'
wood table. 1" slate, leather pockets.
Never used! Cost $5K, sell $1295. 407-
846-8822.
PORTABLE SANDWICH sign. 16x40".
Wood. $40 obo. 321-939-6789.
STEEL FRENCH Doors. 60" Width, $50.
Roadmaster 10/Speed Bike. Purple &
Pink, $20. (407) 344-9888.
WINNIE THE POOH 5/pc. crib bedding.
ABC letters, cream w/burgandy. Never
used. $100. 407-846-0961.
600-Antiques/
Collectibles

IMMEDIATE CASH: Collector buying old
firearms, military swords, pocket watches
and historical items. 407-908-1508.


625-Furnishings

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.
BEDROOM SET $395. 5/piece set.
Brand New! Never used. Includes head-
board, 2/nightstands, dresser, mirror....
407-870-7549.
CROSSLEY EXTRA Large Capacity Elec-
tric Dryer, like new, $100. Black wrought
iron canopy bed frame, full size, $50. 321-
766-7066.
ROCKING CRADLE- wrought iron, white
with Victorian porcelain knobs. Glenna
Jean bedding. Gorgeous! $100. 407-460-
9928.
645-Produce

CITRUS FRUIT at Souza's Grove right off
the trees. 407-892-7473.


S655-Sporting Goods
WEIGHTLIFTING EQUIPMENT- 456/lbs.
of free weights. Bars, clamps, dip station,
squat rack, bench. 863-427-0475 or 407-
791-4495.

S700-Help Wanted General


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


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. Earn Double New Years Eve. (407)
812-1392. Listen To Entire Message.
BARBER/STYLIST needed.
Five Days. No Sundays! No Nightsl
407-226-8799, 407-363-0291.
CAR WASH Attendant & Car Wash Su-
pervisors. Great .Starting Pay & Benefits
Package Available. Plus With This Ad Re-
ceive $500 New Hire Bonus. Must Have
Valid DL. DFWP. (904) 294-2762 Or
1-(888)-275-3770.
CHILDCARE ASSISTANT
First United Methodist Childcare Center
Downtown Kissimmee
Hours 6:15am-2pm
Fax resume 407-847-7952
or call
407-847-2575
CHILDCARE CENTER Seeking part time
caregiver. Monday through Friday, 2-6pm,
Also, full time position available Jan. 2006.
Fax resume to: (407) 847-7952 or apply in
person at: 122 W. Sproule.
CLEANING PERSON For vacation rental
company. Weekends required. Depend-
able with experience and transportation.
Good wages and benefits. 407-390-8200.
CONSTRUCTION LABORERS Wanted.
No experience necessary. Call 407-891-
6372 or 321-624-3261.
COUNTER/Warehouse position and
DRIVER/Warehouse position. Interces-
sion City., New location for expanding IR-
RIGATION business. Valid DL. Benefits.
DFW.
Call 407-483-1075 or apply at:
6025 So.Orange Blossom Trail
CSR/OFFICE ASSISTANT Full time with
septic and sitework company. Detail ori-
ented, strong .organization and people
skills and able to work independently. 407-
847-5822.
DELIVERY DRIVERS NEEDED
The Auto Trader is looking for dependable
independent contractors' to deliver the
Auto Trader magazines Thursdays early
AM.
Drivers-can earn $100
or more per day!
$$ Retention Bonus $$
Kissimmee routes are now available! We
need dependable people with reliable
transportaiton to attend our next informa-
tion session: 10am Tuesday at 645 C
Herndon Ave., Orlando, FL 32803. (Just
off Hwy.50/E.C6lonial Dr., across from
Fashion Square Mall)
Call for details: 800-314-2230, x.1 bet-
ween 10am-2pm;
Monday ONLY.
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. v~ir sc.lo drivers earn $00-
$900 per wk. Team earn $100lK.-$i 5K
first year. Plus v:e ll.enii i t.enri i Regiorn.
al runs get you nom-e j Ciy
1-800-554-7364
DRIVERS
Is your Fuel Tank AND
your Wallet EMPTY? ..
Get Great Pay And 100% FSC
Own Ops Earrr Up To $1.20/Mile
Co. Pay- .35 base+ .03mpg
Home Most Weekends
Direct Deposit, Good Miles,
Benefits
Call Daryl (800) 274-4110
EVENT COORDINATOR
Coordinator, administrative pre-
event planning and details. Works with
volunteer committees to execute major
community events, golf tournament, han-
dles luncheons and receptions. Strong
computer,-interpersonal and administra-
tive skills. Flexible schedule essential.
Email resume:. .
president@stcloudflchamber.com
or fax 407-892-5289.
EXPERIENCED DELIVERY Person for
busy pharmacy downtown Kissimmee.
Delivery times afternoons and evenings.
Company vehicle provided. 407-847-
2424.
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.


DRIVERS Start Immediately. $600-$900
(Or More) Week. Benefits. No Heavy Lift-
ing, 6/Day Week. Home Every Night. A
CDL. (866) 666-8524.


EXPERIENCED FRONT Office. Must be
able to verify insurance and answer
phones. Must be bilingual!' Fax
resumes 407-569-1201 or mail to P.O. Box
423009, Kissimmee, FL. 34742.
F/T DAYCARE Teachers needed. One
CDA position. Flexible hours. Experience
required. 407-846-2699.
FACILITY ATTENDANT:
Community Center. Part-Time. Requires
flexible hours/week-ends/days &. even-
ings. HS graduate or equivalent; 1-3 years
Hotel/Motel/Athletic Club front desk ex-
perience desirable. Valid FL DL; CPR cer-
tified. Sala;ry $7.00/hour. Open until filled.
Apply:
City of Kissimmee
Personnel Department
(City Hall)
101 N. Church St.
Kissimmee, FL 34741
or personnel@kissimmee.org
AA/EOE
Growing Commercial cleaning company
hiring experienced people. Full and Part
time. Bilingual. Valid driver's license. Reli-
able transportation. 407-877-3886.
GUEST SERVICE Positions. Full and part
time work at a 4 Star resort. Meet interest-
ing people and earn a good living. We pay
while you train. Please call 407-709-2118
for an interview.
HELP WANTED Front desk. Part time.
Medical office experience required. Call
407-933-2255.
Help Wanted- Lawn maintenance. Full
time. Call Lowry Lawn Service. 407-891-
7057.
HOUSECLEANERS WANTED. Monday-
Friday, daytimes only. Local cleaning serv-
ice. Car required. $8.50/hour + mileage.
321-697-0063.
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
IMMEDIATE PART TIME OPENINGS
Starting at $8.00 + Incentives
SPaid Training
SNo Experience Necessary
Weekend Availability a Must!
Reliable Transportation Needed
To learn more call now!
407-351-1492
RGIS Inventory Specialists
An Equal Opportupity 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.
INJECTION MOLDING Machine Opera-
tors wanted for 3rd shifts. 40/hours. 407-
847-5687.
LAWN MAINTENANCE Worker Needed.
Experienced. Benefits. Must Have License
With Clean Driving Record.
(407) 397-0550.
MANAGEMENT TRAINEES &,SALES for
Retail Magic Shop. Paid Training. Great
Wages Plus Bonus. Must be energetic &
dependable. 407-847-7552.
MUSIC DIRECTOR. Part Time, Trinity
Lutheran Church, Kissimmee. Contact: Pas-
tor Cosmas At: (407) 847-4204 For Details.
NIGHTS, Full Time, Carpet Cleaning. $11.
SHour To Start. No.Experience Necessary.
Some Benefits. Good Driving Record.
Please Leave Message At: (407) 855-
7764.
NOW HIRING. Part Time Cleaners. Offic-
es & Restaurants. Great Starting Pay.
Please Call:
(407) 383-3929.
NOW HIRING: 3 Companies Desperately
SNeed Employees To Assemble Products
At Home., No Selling, Any Hdurs, $500
Weekl.y F'leirl Info. 1-985-646-1700,
Dept. FL .-13
ONSIGHT SEAMSTRESS
Experienced in all, phases of men and
women's alterations, .repairs, and
rar.,riei 407-334-8982.


Sales

Full or Part Time

Sales People for

Osceola County

Territory. Must

Be experienced.

Average Full

Time people earn

$800.00 week

Full Benefits,

Call ASI/ADT .

407-620-9236 9


FRONT DESK/RESERVATIONIST
For villa management company. Depend-
able, friendly person. Computer and word
processing skills required. Flexible sched-
ule, good wages; medical insurance, bo-
nus, vacation. 407-390-8200.


OSCEOLA
HEALTHCARE CENTER
4201 W. NEW NOLTE RD.
ST.CLOUD
Part time Recreation Assistant Needed.
No Experience Necessary. If interested,
please contact Dawn Lapointe at 407-957-
3341. EOE.
PLANT NURSERY WORKER to work in
Retail Garden Center. Duties to include
watering, plant maintenance and dealing
with customers. Saturday required. Ex-
perience necessary. Shore Acres Nursery,
Boggy Creek Road, Kissimmee, 407-957-
9915.
SALES POSITION Available. Apply:
Water Tower Florist, Celebration. 321-939-
4134.
SUPERVISORS & ACTORS NEEDED for
year around haunted attraction in Old
Town. Full time/part time. 407-847-7552.
TOUR BOAT Captain wanted for Central
Florida Lakes. Must have USCG license.
Dynamic personality a plus. Call Capt.
Rick 407-908-5688,


NOW HIRING SMILING FACES
Come Join Our Team!
A&W Drive-in Restaurant
Now Hiring
Apply in Person at:
4799 W.192 in Kissimmee.
All Positions Available.
Enjoy Weekly Pay and Tips.
321-239-0112


For A Busy Real Estate /

Property Management Office;

Proficient in Quicken and Excel.

Call Kathy today at 407-847-7117


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


Tired of running the roads all day?

Wet 'n Wild has immediate openings in the
maintenance department for an:

SAC/Refrigeration Technician
Brochure Runner Maintenance Mechanic.

We offer competitive pay and a benefits package including:

SMedical Dental and Vision Insurance
S401K Retirement Plan 9 Paid Holidays Per Year
Sick and Vacation Pay After 90 Days
Tuition Reimbursement and
Free Theme Park Admission

Contact:
Melissa Osborne
Human Resources Department
407-354-2085 for more details.













Kissimmee, FL 34741


JOB TITLE
Appraiser.................


SALARY/HOURLY
..... :$35,926-$53,902


Civ Eng III (Stormwater Mgmt) ......... $48,135-$72,226
Civ Eng III Transportation.. ... .. ..$48,135-$72,226
Civilian Technician. .............. $23,170-$34,752
Compliance Manager... $48,135-$72,226
Corrections Officer .................. $33,238-$49,857.
Development Coordinator. ............ $41,592-$62,390
Emergency Mgmt Specialist ........... $31,033-$46,562
Equipment Service Worker...... ... $20,021-$30,034

Fire Inspector..... .. .. ..... .$31,033-$46,562
Firefighter ....... .. ... :$30,678-$46,532
GIS Technician. .. ..... .... .. $31,033-$46,562
Heavy Equipment Mechanic......... $26,813-$40,220
Librarian-PT ... ...... .. ..... ... $14.92
Light Equipment Operator ........ ... $20,021-$30,034
LPN-PT-Temp* ......... .............. ..$18.31
Maintenance Worker ................ $20,021-$30,034
OMB Director .................. ..$55,722-$83,587
Planner ............... .. .. $35,926-$53,902
Project Manager, ........... ..... $48,135-$72,226 ,
Records Supervisor ................. $35,926-$53,902
Residential Plans Examiner ........... $35,926-$53,902
Secretary..... ................ $20,021-$30,034
Senior GIS Technician .............. .$35,926-$53,902
Senior Mechanic ................ $26,813-$40,220
Senior Planner ................... $.48,135-$72,226
Sr. Budget Analyst ................ .. $41,592-$62,390


= 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
S KISSIMMEE, FL 34741

OFFICE: (407) 343-2800
HEARING IMPAIRED LINE: (407) 343-2820
mom^ 1 9


ASSISTANT DIRECTOR/

BUSINESS ANALYST IN MARKETING
Small Business Development Center
Downtown Orlando
Master's, degree in a business related field plus
two years of appropriate experience; or
bachelor's degree plus four years of appropriate
experience required.

MBA and expertise in Marketing/AD/PR preferred.
Experience in consulting and small business,
strong communication skills (written and verbal)
and computer skills also preferred. Bilingual
(Spanish/English) preferred. Closing date:
December 8, 2005. Please submit cover letter &
resume to:

UCF Small Business Development Center
Attn: Lynne Leitch
Position #42714
315 E. Robinson St., Suite 100
Orlando, FL 32801-1698


HIRING FRONT desk, live-in night audi-
Stor/manager, houseman/maid. FT/PT.
Good pay. Call 407-396-1028.
720-Restaurant/Lounge
BEEF O'BRADY'S
St.Cloud
Hiring experienced cooks.
Taking applications
Monday through Thursday
2-4pm
2926 13th St.
Next to Movie Gallery
CASHIER & WAITER WANTED. Imme-
diate opening restaurant, 192, Kissimmee.
Work from 4PM-10PM. Joanne: (267)
237-3332. (407) 729-9751.
CLEANING PERSON, Counter Help, Piz-
za Maker. Starting pay up to $10/hr.
Schiano's Pizza, (407) 301-3479,
(407)933-5383.


WANTED FT/PT Janitorial cleaners. Poin-
ciana area. 1-800-974-7784. Call between
8am-4pm.
715-Hotel/Motel

F/T AND P/T cleaners needed for resort.
Days/Evenings/Weekends required. Call
Michelle at 407-397-2828 ext.5146.
Kissimmee, FL.


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GRILL COOKS SERVERS
DISHWASHERS
Why work just anywhere?
At Cracker Barrel Country Store
You can enjoy:
Flexible schedules
Part time and full time
*Top wages
Excellent benefits
Employee discounts
Apply today anytime!
5400 W.lrlo Bronson Hwy.
Kissimmee, FL
(across from Orange World)
Cracker Barrel is an
Equal Opportunity Employer
725-Clerical
EXPERIENCED OFFICE Assistant Profes-
sional appearance and friendly phone pres-
ence. Excellent grammar, spelling and writing
skills, proficiency in Microsoft Office products.
Non-smoking. Excellent Benefits. EEOC.
Email resume to:
Portka
@lnfrastructurengineers.com
or Fax: 407-957-8744
NATIONAL SPANISH Institute in Kissim-
mee seeking Administrative Assistant. Cli-
ent Service, Computer Skills, Profession-
al, Spanish-English. Email resume:
jobs@bilingualamerica.com
RECEPTIONIST- Full Time.
Bilingual. Chiropratic Office.
(407) 870-1959.
SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST.
Part time position. Flexible hours. Typing,
billing, general office work. Computer
skills a must. 407-847-4181.
730-Accounting
Bookkeeping


BOOKKEEPER NEEDED
Proficient In Peachtree Accounting
Software & Needs 2/yrs. Recent
Experience. Fax Resume 407-944-1549.

1 735-Educational
HIRING FL Certified or certifiable 6-8
grade science teacher for charter school
In Harmony. Fax resume to 407-957-6023.
HIRINGII TEACHER For toddler class. Kids
In The Country, St.Cloud. 407-892-8377.
PRE-SCHOOL Teacher- FIT, & Cook- P/T
Needed..Please Call 407-944-0217. 407-
944-0217.

740-Securty I


SECURITY OFFICERS Needed
F/T And'P/T
Training Available
407-994-2872
BB2500039

750-Telemarketing


START THE New year on your feet. Ad-
vertising company seeking telemarketers.
Experience needed but not necessary.
Paid training available. Contact Anthony
Hue. 407-381-9000.
755-Sales

SALES COORDINATOR
United Rentals Heavy Machinery
Is seeking a sales coordinator who will
work closely with customers and outside
sales force to rent and sell heavy con-
struction equipment. Bachelor's degree
preferred. Solid computer and communi-
cation skills required. We offer a competi-
tive compensation and health benefits
package Including 401K plan.
Email: sricker@ur.com
EOE
SALES PROFESSIONAL

Seeking Exceptionally Motivated
HomeConsultants *
For
Showcase Mobilehome Sales, Inc.
Orange and Osceola Counties
Exclusive Skyline
Mobile Home Dealership.
$19 million annual sales the
past two years!!!
You can easily earn
a six figure income.
Bilingual a plus! (Spanish)
If you are self-motivated, success mind-
ed, this is your Opportunity to Grow and
be part of the Finest Mobile Home
Dealership
in all Central Florida.
Call 407-870-8848 or
Fax Resume
Attention Sales Manager to:
407-344-2888


760-Beautician
Cosmetology

Brand New
GREAT CLIPS
Is Coming to
Kissimmee!
* $15-$20 Per Hr. Average
* Equals Base +Comm. +Tips
SBonuses & Incentives
* NEVER Straight Commission
SGuaranteed Income
* Guaranteed Clientele
* High Volume Salons
SAetna Health Insurance
SDental Vision Life Ins.
* Paid Vacations + 401 K
* Longevity Bonus Plan
* Regular Salary Reviews
SBest Paid Training in Industry
* Real Growth Opportunities
* Management Oppor. & Training
* Employee Discounts
* Flexible Scheduling
* State of the Art Salon
SWarm, Friendly,and Fun
Workplace
Apply- Inquire Today!
Call Tina, Senior Mgr.
Cell: 407-921-3000
Fax: 407-644-4733
Email:
greatclipsishiring@gmail.com
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.


770-Maintenance

MAINTENANCE PERSON For villa man-
agement company. Painting, carpentry
and general repair skills required. Good
pay and benefits. Flexible schedule. 407-
390-8200.
S 775-Crafts, Trades
& Skills


$1000 SIGN-ON
Dedicated South and SE runs
High Miles. Weekends at Home


Pemberton

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For more information call
888-PEMBERTON
888-736-2378
6 months OTR Req. w/Hazmat req.


Drivers
$1000 PER WEEK
*Automatic pay increases
every 6 months
*Short haul premium pay
*Flexible hometime
*Excellent benefits
*Great equipment
*Safety bonus and morel
CDL-A and 6 months T/T exp.
Call Tom @
800-893-6792
ELECTRICIANS AND Helpers needed.
Electricians to have residential experi-
ence. Helpers need no experience. Top
pay and piece work available.
Call D&E Electrical Systems, Inc.
at 407-260-2062
MIG WELDERS, FITTER
PAINTER
Experienced. Full Benefits.
Sign On Bonus
Lawson Manufacturing'
700 Dyer Blvd., Kissimmee
(407) 944-1500
MECHANIC- TRAILER
NFI has an opportunity for a Mobile
Service Trailer Mechanic at 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
EXPERIENCED RESIDENTIAL Bobcat
Operator, Laborers & Dump Truck Driver
Needed. Good Pay, Benefits. (321) 624-
3870.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT operator for resi-
dential grading & Class A or B driver need-
ed. 407-892-7095.


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, 401K, 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/HIV/DFWP

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
Call Safety For Details
W.W. Trucking, Co.
813-659-0206
800-226-8075


OWNER OPERATORS
Class A CDL, 2 Years Experience
No touch Florida Freight
-Weekends Off
*Steady Work
*Paid Liability Insurance
*Paid Fuel Sur Charge .
*Paid Detention
*Weekends Off!
*Fuel Card Available
Call 813-885-6061 Ext. 1


PLUMBERS & HELPERS
NEEDED
* Excellent Pay For Experience
* Overtime Available
* Benefits After l/Year.
* Work In Osceola County Only
(407)957-0010
ROOFERS WANTED! Experienced
Only!
Tile/Metal
407-932-2485
,WAYNE AUTOMATIC
FIRE SPRINKLERS
*FIRE SPRINKLER FOREMEN*
Performs as fitter and directs crew
S .*FITTER*
Lays out, assembles
and installs pipe systems
1-866-411-9237
Www.waynefire.com

785-AC/Heating
Mechanics

WANTED
"QUALIFIED" AC DUCT
AND EQUIPMENT INSTALLER
Local Kissimmee AC Contractor
looking for qualified person for
local installations. Must have
minimum two years experience as duct
installer for'an AC contractor. Trainee po-
sitions available.
We offer health-dental-life,
excellent vacation plan, annual sick-per-
sonal days..
407-343-4822
AC Dynamics,. Inc.
DFWP-EOE
License #CAC058544
790-Automotive

MECHANIC FOR Heavy\Equipment /
Trucks. Some Welding.
6 Days Per Week. Paid Weekly.
(321) 288-1333.
S 795-Professional

PROGRAM MANAGER
St.Cloud Main Street
Salary range: $28,000-$32,000

Full time position for a Progressive,
Visionary Professional to lead. revitaliza-
tiori initiatives following the Main Street
Four Point Approach. The Program Man-


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S 810-Medical I

BUSY MEDICAL office in Kissimmee
looking for an experienced REFERRAL
COORDINATOR for an immediate open-
ing. Experienced need only apply. FAX
RESUME TO: 407-870-8609.
EXPERIENCED PART Time Medical As-
sistant needed. Fax resume to 407-847-
8380.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT- F/T for busy
Kissimmee physician. Front/Back office
duties. Veni/EKG experience preferred.
Benefits. Fax resume to 407-847-8622.
ORTHOPAEDIC OFFICE seeks two front
office employees. Pay commensurate with
experience. Solid benefits package. No
phone calls please. Apply:
Orthopaedic Associates of Osceola
604 Oak Commons Boulevard
Kissimmee, Florida 34741
or
Fax 407-518-7066


825-Warehouse

2ND. SHIFT
WAREHOUSE POSITION

CARGILL ANIMAL NUTRITION
Has an immediate opening for a 2nd. shift
warehouse position. The shift varies in
hours from 3PM midnight or so with a
starting pay of $15.00 per hour. The suc-
cessful candidate should demonstrate ba-
sic math skills and good teamwork ability.
Forklift experience Is preferred. Please ap-
ply in person M-F 8AM-4:30PM At:
Cargill Animal Nutrition
1845 Ave. A
Kissimmee, FL 34758
No phone calls.

I 830-Babysitter Wanted I


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-
lations 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


SINGLE FEMALE Only. Private Room,
Access Entire House. $380 + $380/De-
posit. (407) 460-8305 ES.
(407) 557-0254 ENGLISH.
1015-Roommates

Free Room And Board for single female
in exchange for housekeeping & laundry.
Pool, hot tub, private room, & bath. Exec-
utive couple. Pleasant Hill Road area. Call
407-908-9192.


KISSIMMEE- Female roommate, 55+,
non-smoker. Own bath. Pool. Tennis. No
pets. 1/2 mile from hospital. $600/mo.
407-460-9404.
POLK COUNTY- Roommate wanted.
Single individuals. Must be working.
$350/mo. 646-732-2941.

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
1 025-Efficiencies

1/ROOM STUDIO APARTMENT Com-
pletely Furnished. Electric And Cable In-
cluded. Private Entrance. $600/Mo. Plus
Security Deposit. Call (407) 933-7413.


EFFICIENCY, KISSIMMEE. Electric & Ca-
ENERGETIC P/T Babysitter. Overnight for ble Included. Private Entrance.
some weekends. Must have carl 407-729- $500/Month + Security Deposit. (407)
8090. 460-3203.


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 TO Rent. St.Cloud. Cable, utilities
included. Parking, garden. Quiet. Phone
407-922-2105.


BRAND NEW
Homes For Rent
Boggy Creek Road. 4/Bedrooms
(321) 624-5477
www.BuyandSellCFL.com
Realtor


BRAND NEW house for rent. Poinciana,
4BR/2BA, 2/car garage. $1200/month.
Section 8 Okay. 407-493-1676, Angie.
HOMES- 3BR/2BA. Great and different lo-
cations. Close to school & shopping.
$1,000/mo. plus deposit. 407-870-7324.



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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ities negotiable. Call 786-326-1662.
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rent. Great schools, close to all major
highways. Orlando/Kissimmee area. $950
per month. Call Lisa at (321) 624-0711.
1045-Homes

3BR/2BA & 4BR/2.5BA. Poinciana.
Vacant, Immediate Occupancy. Section 8
Welcome.
(407) 832-7044
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(407) 295-1889

BEST HOME RENTALS
Now accepting homes for manage-
ment in Osceola County.
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HOUSE'FOR Rent. 3BRi2BA on the canal
with a dock. $1200/mo. 603-677-2138.
HOUSE FOR RENT. Kissimmee, Mill Run
Area. 3BR/2.5BA. 1700 Sq. +.
$1200/Month + Security. (407) 460-3203.
KISSIMMEE 1/BR Condo, $725/Month.
3/BR Condo, $1400 Month.
3/BR Pool Home, $1275/Month.
3/BR Home, $850/Month.
POINCIANA 3/BR Duplex, $875/Month.
Call Sunray Realty
(407) 870-8011
NEW 2/STORY Home. 4BR/2.5BA, family
room, 2/car garage. 2093/sq.ft. $1000/mo.
654 Parakeet Ct., Poinciana. 407-616-
6966.
NEW HOUSE for rent. Kissim-
mee/St.Cloud. 4BR/2+BA, LR, DR, Family
Room, W/D. Overlooking beautiful pond
and conservation. Available now. $1350
per month. Call John 516-263-2373.
POINCIANA RENTAL-
Fourplex 3BR/2BA. Close to shopping.
$875/month, first, last, security.
PCI, Inc.
407-908-8992, 407-933-4442
POINCIANA- 3BR/2BA house for rent.
Close to shopping. Section 8 welcome.
$1000/month. 407-484-7352.
RENTAL HOMES
2-4 Bedrooms
Furnished / Unfurnished
Some With Pools!
From $650
World Of Homes
(407) 770-1748
ST.CLOUD. 3BR/2BA In Canoe Creek
Woods. Adjoins Golf'Course. Appliances &
Lawncare Included. $1150 Month + Secur-
ity Deposit. (407) 892-5324.

WEST KISSIMMEE. Indian Ridge,
3BR/2BA/2CAR. Community Pool.
Disney, 192, 1-4. $1150. No Pets.
(407)234-5665. www.rent6.com
SLake Marion
2BR/2BA Villa. Community pool,
hot tub, exercise room. $625/mo.
Osceola
4/BR with family room- $975/mo.
3BR/2BA- $925/mo.
407-932-4311 Agent
1050-Condos

KISSIMMEE, 2BR/2BA Condos For Rent,
Pool, From $725 Per Month.
(407) 931-2383.
WINDSOR PINES CONDOMINIUMS
2BR/2BA, 1/Story. Recently Remodeled,
Community Pool, Front Door Parking.
John Young, Loop Area. Contact Owner:
(407) 908-3533.
S 1055-Duplexes

KISSIMMEE, 2BR/1BA Duplex In Nice Lo-
cation. $710 On-time Rent, $700 Security
Deposit. 24 Hour Information Message At:
(321) 206-8931.
POINCIANA DUPLEX For. rent. Brand
new 3BR/2BA, single car garage, ceramic
tile throughout. $975/mo. $600/sec. Call
Paul 407-973-4588.
1060-Mobile Homes

14FT. WIDE- 2BR/2BA. Furnished.
Quiet Seniors Park. $750/mo.
Julius Deese 407-301-8232
SLicensed Real Estate Broker
KISSIMMEE- Two Bedroom, One Bath.
Available Immediately. $550/mo. 407-574-
5129.
MOBILE HOMES 1BR/1BA, $500/mo.,
1st + security. 2BR/1BA with electric in-
cluded. $700/mo., 1st + security. Camp-
bell City area. LJ Management, LLC
407-709-0328
-'.ONE BEDROOM Mobile Homes
For Rent In Downtown Kissimmee.
Very Clean. No Pets.
(407) 933-2350 (407) 933-8394
WATERFRONT 55+ Park. 1/BR includes
water, sewer, garbage, Florida room, car-
port, boatdock. $500/mo. $500/sec. 407-
892-2698.
1062-Mobile Home Lots

MOVE IN SPECIAL!!! Bring Your Mobile
Home, Receive 2/Months Free Lot Rent!!!
Nice Park. No Dogs. Kissimmee. (407)
932-0898.

VACANT LOT for rent. St.Cloud- Rookery
Oaks, New doublewide only. Car-
port/screen room required. $300/mo. 407-
892-5965, 407-709-0878.
S 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, RV Lots For
Rent. 55+ Park. Also Trailers W/Cabanas
For Sale. (407) 892-6900.


1085-Office Space

ACROSS FROM MEDIEVAL TIMES
800 To 1400 Sq.Ft.
(407) 729-1952
Rockers Real Estate, LLC.
MINI OFFICE Suites. 12X14, Starting At
$350 Per Month. 4137 W. Vine Street, Kis-
simmee. (407) 427-0441.
(407) 238-1890.
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


1095-Warehouses

FOR LEASE 1500/sq.ft. warehouse/retail
space. St.Cloud. 800-432-0983.
FOR LEASE
Warehouse-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 square feet.
Buildings on grade,
plus unloading docks.
Available July 1st, 2006.
Can customize if needed.
$8.50 per sq.ft.
Poinciana Industrial Park
407-846-9056
WAREHOUSES/OFFICE FOR LEASE.
1250/sq.ft each. Close to OBT ane
Osceola Pkwy. 407-847-5822.
I 1100-Pasture/ Stable

KISSIMMEE LEASE 6 1/2 acres fenced,
water, barns. Great pasture. $400/mo.
321-631-7120.
1135-Homes

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KISSIMMEE- FSBO- 3/2/2. Close to eve-
rything. Ceramic tile throughout, 10x14
shed, 13x33 tiled screen porch. Fireplace.
Generator. All appliances. $259,900. 407-
932-5211.


3/2/2 REMODELED Top-Bottom: New
roof, A/C & appliances. Large fenced yard,
no rear neighbors. Quiet, near Stevens
Plantation. $239,900. Owner/Realtor,
Central Property Sales, Ginnie England,
407-908-5330.


FSBO
209 Oregon Avenue, St.Cloud.
r. ',rl.: ''/ 1 T.'. L5 T ,r. l.lstro r,.a .
--'- ''..FT R E ; R 'B" r hP:..:.l
L, :: 30,000 SOFT.
$350,000.00.,
(407) 933-0866
SELL 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


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

Any condition. Any Range.
407-908-3701

DISTRESS FORECLOSURES!
Free List
www.DebbieRoweHomelnfo.com
Home Investment Realty, Inc.
407-908-02,15
FORECLOSURE 4BR/2BA, $50,000!
Must Sell! For Listings 800-749-8168, ext.
F204.
KISSIMMEE BRAND New home. 4BR/2BA,
2/car garage. 2400/sq.ft. $239,000. For more
information call 561-471-1222.


MUST SEE! Newly remodeled 3BR/2BA.
All new in and out. Nice neighborhood.
Large corner lot. Starting offers at
$235,000. Please call 407-908-4710.

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In desirable Mill Run. Large corner lot,
2BR/2BA split plan. 1200/sq.ft +/-, freshly
painted, ready to move in. $199,900.
Call Ken 407-791-8378




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ST.CLOUD, I/BLOCK LAKE TOHO
2-3BR/1-1/2BA. Large Ceramic Tiled
Kitchen, Laundry Room, Screened Room.
Deluxe Detached 20X24 Shop.
215K O.B.O.
(407) 957-1948
SAWGRASS 3BR/2BA, 2/car garage. Liv-
ing, dining, family rooms, covered/en-
closed lanai, vinyl fenced yard. Only
$299,900. 321-624-0573.
ST.CLOUD- 517 Georgia Ave. 2/1 on
50x150 lot. $134,000. Allen's Osceola Re-
alty, 321-624-0136.


sales & property
Established 1980


SELL YOUR house 'as is'
for a fair price on the
date of your choice!

We buy houses: Call for 24 hour
recorded info: 1-800-898-8110
Box 8115 OR visit
www.reremedies.net OR call us
direct at 407-342-6300.

ST.CLOUD HOME A cheerful 3BR/1.5BA
with bonus room. Approx. 1267/sq.ft.,
new roof and AC, big yard. Must see!
$189,900.
407-340-2105. Owner/Realtor.
www.mhpsales.com
ST.CLOUD- 3/2 on 5/acres. Barn, pool,
nice house. $600,000. Call for appoint-
ment. Allen's Osceola Realty, 321-624-
0136.
ST.CLOUD- Pine Lake Estates. Beautiful
4BR/2BA with pool. Approximately
2000 sq.ft. 4525 Lake Trudy Drive.
$289,900. 407 908-3701.

1 1140-Duplexes
POINCIANA DUPLEX 3BR/2BA and
2BR/2BA. New roof. $255,900. 407-870-
5856.


I 1145-Townhouses


ST.CLOUD. 3455 Village Green Ct.
2BR/2BA, Garage, End Unit, Pool, Large
Lanai. Beautiful. $192,500. (407) 892-
5506.
1165-Mobile Homes




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BEAUTIFUL 3BR/2BA :,picr.- Epli[
plnr ...al,. .,1-, ,l--.el- l',/ri'lp,.,,l .applarLF .
es, garden tub, skylight, maple cabinetry.
Excellent deal $69,000. Accepting offers,
won't last! 407-892-8074.
2001 4BR/2BA Doublewide Mobile Home
on 2.5+ acres. St.Cloud, paved road, corn-
er lot, above ground pool, pond. $226,000.
O.B.O. (321) 624-0785.
2BR/2BA, 14X66, St.Cloud, 55+ Park,
$35,000. 2BR/1BA, 14X48, St.Cloud, 55+
Park. $27,000. (407) 891-6396.
FOR SALE Mobile home. Waterfront, 55+
park, 1998, 2BR/2BA, Florida room, car-
port, boatdock. $21,000. 407-892-2698.
FOR SALE. 3BR/2BA Doublewide on 1/2
acre 978 Hoaglarjl, Ksysjre. 4QZ-,33-
14 -, .
KISSIMMEE/COUNTRY CLUB VILLAGE
has Mobile Homes for sale. With approved
credit. Get 3 months FREE Lot Rent. Call
407-933-2494.
MOBILE HOME F.:.r _ale in.,-.i.,l
Partially Furrn,;,,r,, n 28 -BRE Vi Scre-rne
Room. Community Pool, Rec Center
.W/Activites. 55+ Park;, K,-_immrr,
$10.000. (407) 518-9659.
NEW DOUBLEWIDES
Set-up On :.u Lot
From i 4 ":1::0
- *'" *** *:.;,- H .:,rm e Al
www.lreetopsales.com
071 935-0098
PALM HARBOR Fa,:I:.r, Liquid~i.:.r S1le
All mod-i_: rrmuil q.- C 11a '.-i Ire'
brochures 1-Rnn-622-2832.
PALM HARBOR r,.:.,ijlar an.l ,l...li--,
H -.rrie- ) ,:;h.:.!:! Call FaI,:r, ,-,r Ir"e
,,7,l,:.1r frr .: u i 1 *8I : '.l _'

STCLOUD m,..l.im ld nni.j le ,,,d dj
blewides with new home warranty in nice
quiet park. Lease purchase available. 407-
957-7979, 407-873-6124.


ST.CLOUD. Excellent Condition! New
Everything! Very Nice Adult Park! Lots Of.
Extras! Large Florida Rooml A Must'See!
$29,000..(407) 957-4174.
I 1210-Lots/Acreage I


APPROXIMATELY 100 ACRES.
Zoned Agricul:ur.- J..nei P.:or Ir
Narcoossee. '.":I ,0u'.:"' i-
(407) 933-0866.
SELL YOUR .'J: ani L.and.
Pay No C.:.mmnr,,.:.r.n :
Fast Close!


S 1215-Cemetery I
CRYPTS, DOUBLE ,r, i:,.:la : .lrlemr,
Gardens. Moved. Worth $6,000. Will sell
for $4,200 OBO. Heart Level..803-641-
094- -07.r'-3.143?


FOR SALE- One double crypt and one
casket. Woodlawn Cemetery. $11,000.
OBO. Call 407-931-1711:

1265-Auto Parts/
Accessories

FORD '95 WJr.rd.lr ? 8 irnoi..r .lu -I -ec
rurn '400 Ca' -0ii:i.-34.4' '

I 1270-Vans I
1990 CHEVROLET 3/4 Ton Van. Good
.Work 'Van! Runs Good! $1.500. 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.
1995 GMC VANDURA Executive 2500..
TV, VCR, Stereo, Refrigerator, Bed. Excel-
lent Condition. $4500. (407) 414-3526.
(407) 892-8584.
2003 PONTIAC Montana, 7/Passenger,
Loaded. 6/Cyl. Immaculate Condition:
$13,700 Or Payments $286/Mno. (321)
230-0389.
92 FORD Econoline. Ready For Work!
Excellent Condition. A/0. Many New
Parts. $1,950.00. OBO. (407) 460-9086.
FORD- '99 15/passenger SD Van. 115K
miles. Nearly new tires. Terms available.
$4500. Phone 407-922-2105.


'93 FORD AEROSTAR XLT. Green. Good
condition. $2490 obo. 407-348-6160.
'95 CHEVY 20 Van. "Gladiator".
Wheelchair Lift. Inside Floor Lock.
69K/Miles. Priced To Sell! $10,500. (407)
933-0336.

1 1275-Trucks
1951 FORD Pickup Street Rod. $15,000
Or Will Take SUV Or Newer Pickup In
Trade. (407) 933-8728 After 5pm.
1987 F700, 6.6L, 6/cyl. engine. 205,700
Miles. 8'X20.6" flatbed. Needs work. Best
offer! (407) 846-1872.
1991 FORD F150 AND
23' Fifth Wheel. Both Good
Condition. $10,500 For Both.
Call (407) 847-2172.
1994 FORD F-150 Super Cab 4x4. Top-
per. Excellent! $6,500 OBO. (814)771-
0165.
1995 GMC P/U 4X4 Z71 Package. Load-
ed, very clean. 130,000 miles. $6000
O.B.O. 321-624-1600.
1996 FORD F-350. Crew Cab Dually
Diesel. 166K. Automatic. Loaded. Super
Nice. $11,500. OBO. (321) 228-1660.


1997 FORD F150, 4.6 L, V-8, 5/Speed,
Towing Package. $5500. (321) 624-0437.


1997 TAHOE LT 2WD, Loaded, Leather,
Tow Package. One Owner. All Records.
Excellent Condition. $9,000. 407-344-
1801.
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 CHEVROLET Pick-up Truck.
$10,000. (321) 624-3021.
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,
86K, tow package, slide rear window, sil-
ver. Call 407-791-3065.
2001 FORD F150. 72Kmiles. Excellent
condition! Dual exhaust, stereo system,
many extras. $14,000. 407-908-3571.
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.
Tilt/Cruise. 31K Miles. $23,950. O.B.O.
(407) 467-7439, (407) 891-1691.
2003 GMC Envoy-SLT. 3 Yr. Warranty.
Fully Loaded. 7 Passenger. $27,000.
OBO. 18,000 Miles. (321) 624-1229.
2004 CHEVY Silverado 4x4, extended
cab. All power, automatic, CD. 14,000/mi.
Brand new! $23,000. 407-892-5248.
2004 DODGE 4/door pickup, black, Infini-
ty stereo, 6500/mi. Hemi, cloth. Take over
payments. 407-957-2613.
2004 FORD Ranger Edge Supercab.
4800/miles, loaded, power everything,
5/speed automatic. Priced below book!
* |10-.9,- 7..4_A .
EX RYDER Truck. 1993 Ford E350 with,
heavy duty aluminum ramp, 15' box, cold
AC. Asking $4500. 407-396-1846.
FOR SALE. 1999 Ford XLT 4x4 F350.
$13.000. Extended cab diesel LW.B.
S1990 dodge van 2500, $1500. 407-346-
3190.
S'01 BLACK Ford Ranger Edge S~Ir.dlard
36K/Miles. Runs & Drives Lie l Nev!
$7000. O.B.O. (407)460-5506, (407)892-
7443.
'02 DODGE RAM 1500.V8, 8' bed. Auto,
A/C; cruise, tilt, tow package, topper.
1'"0n 1 o..:-n.- r 11 000 J0-."44.1712.
'03 GMC .erra 250i.0HD Dufrarma. alliion
RC/LB, 4WD, 20k/miles. Extras, Warranty.
$29,900. 407-297-7644.
'93 F150 with money making business,
$7000. 407-891-1649, 407-414-3404.


'95 CHEVY Silverado 4x4. HD towing, ex-
tended cab, automatic, PS, PW. Mo-
tor/Trans excellent. Good workcitruck.
$3200 obo. 407-932-2224.


'99 DODGE 2500 Heavy Duty Laramie.
4/door, automatic, V-8, cold air, all power,
towing package. $9500. 407-892-2984.

1285-Travel
Trailers

1997 38' Champagne Hitchhiker 5th
'jnesel o'v rju' Trl.C.e .iji ,-3ced
,r[ ah r. anx^h- ren ro,:.r nm 407-39-7.0 -1.7
35' PARK o.Io.del 'W.ln 2 Sinh,. ScreeneC
Rio:.m l-, Ro- : l .5 Furr,,ure E ,.:elleri
C,:.,.l;i;..r Rdu.-e.d To $9000 BP eau;lful
Triier lir`,7 933.- 5 '

1290-RV's/ Motorhomes

1988 35' 5th. Wheel W/Lot, Porch, Shed,
Skirted; Reduced Forl Quick Sale!
$45,000. Firm! (407) 957-4369;

OFFICE/PROFESS;t-..


OFFICE/PROFESSIONAL
* 1300 W. Oak Zoning allows for Medical
1,779 sq. ft., 9+ Offices
Historic Downtown
* 908 Mabbette 1,066 sq. ft.
Call for .lelail. Be-auiiluil -Slory Bidg'
Close to I-..u,rnou:-
*21 S. 6yde -2115 sq. ft.
Reception, Conf. Rm., 5 Offices & Kitchen
DOWNTOWN KISSIMMEE
* 415 Broadway (Rear Building)
2200 sq.ft. B-1 zoning.
Storage space off Broadway.
Office Space on Broadway
Call for details...GREAT LOCATION!
INDUSTRIAL ST. CLOUD
BRAND NEW BLDGS -
Under construction.
".."7 sq l per I'urn (i 379 per month.
Reserye your space now!


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NDL REAL ESTATE STORE, INC.
"The Real Estate Supermarket"
513 W. Vine St. (W. Hwy. 192)
We provide English, Spanish, Kissimmee, FL 34741
Italian speaking REALTORS 407.847.7117
to better serve you.


FOR RENT
OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE
S3 John Young Pkwy / FOR RENT '
Commercial Space SUPER CLEAN.
2000 sq.ft. + FRESHLY PAINTED
Totally renovated
$2500 RENT PLUS HOMES
,APPLICABLE FL. TAX/$3000 DEPOSIT) '$550-$1300 No Pets)
Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6:00; Sat. 9:00-2:00 e-mail: mike.1980@earthlink.net


1995 UCOBRA sandpiper 5th. vvneel, 27
W/18' Awning, AC, 5th. Wheel Hitch In-
cluded. $8500. (407) 414-4017. (407) 892-
1497.
CASH BUYER!
Needs Motor Homes, Travel Trailers &
RV's of all kinds.
1-321-689-0102

'95 WINNEBAGO Widebody Class-A.
Very good condition, queen island bed,
split bath. $26,500 O.B.O. 407-891-8406.
1305-Automobiles

HONDAS FROM $500! Police Impounds!
Acuras, Chevys, Toyotas, etc! For listings
800-749-8167, ext.C458.
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 FORD 2/door Hardtop Fairlane.
Good condition. 407-928-8791.
1974 CORVETTE Stingray custom.
$15,000. After 5pm, 407-932-2047.
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.
1984 PORSCHE 944 Hatchback
Coupe. 5 Speed. Black. 4 Cyl.
2.5 Engine. Loaded. Good
Condition. $5,600. 407-791-5958.

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.
1990 LEXUS. Runs good. New tires.
$1500 O.B.O. 407-873-1145.
1991 CAVALIER- 5/speed, not running,
good body, good for parts, no title. $350.
Call 941-755-8893.
1993 GRAND M. r.qJi Ij, "C .ir,,nOi:r.
need repair, -.gr, rr.i-,,i.a r.,e. e Ir.
runs good. $750 obo. 407-908-2336.
1995 CHRYSLER LeBaron Convertible.
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.
1997 PLYMOUTH NEON. Excellent condi-
tion A/C, auto transmission. $3,250. 407-
346-7644.
1998 CAVALIER. 2/door, sports coupe. All
power, sun-roof, 5/speed. 135K/miles.
$2995. O.B.O. (321) 217-8899. (407) 891-
6807.
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.


200UU1 ITAURUS SES. LoadedUt. Excellent
Condition. 67K Miles. $4700 Firml C.allUBi
(407) 463-0999.
2002 BLACK Avalanche. $15,000. (407)
932-0223.
2002 HYUNDAI Elantra, very clean,
GOOD ON GAS! Low miles. $6000 firm.
Brenda @ 321-624-1465.
2003 2/DOOR BLAZER. Blue, tow pack-
age, loaded, low miles. Excellent condi-
tion. $15,990 obo. 407-892-2773. 1
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,' ',:.ade '
black/black & grey int. $35,000 0.6.0.1
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 W~ai'
ranty. $12,999.407-908-3339. .
93 LINCOLN Continental. 4 Door. AC. 6
Cyl. Leather. Loaded. 119K Miles,. reat-
Condition. Only $1,995. (407) 758-4860.
CADILLAC DEVILLE, 1990.4/door. Great
shape. Looks, runs great! Low miles. New
brakes, air, CD. Must See! i'15CC' 0. ,0
(407) 460-3741.
MOVING TO ARIZONA!! '03 Jetta GLS:
Loaded. 18,000/mi. White/camel, leather.
Sacrifice at $13,999. 407-957-6891-, 8658:
775-0666.
'87.FORD 'CROWN-:Victoria LX. 4 brand
new tires, working AC. $500. 786-877-
7474.
'93 INFINITI J30. Sunroof, eItr, r ,-,terl.:.r,
some woodgrain, very good cor,ndijir:r
$3650. 407-344-0980. ..
'94 LINCOLN Mark VIII, 87K Miles: Excel-
lent Condition: $4500. O.B.O. (407)' 738-
2701.
'96 LINCOLN Mark VIII. 2/Door Sedan:
Excellent Condition. Low Il,~ei-e 4 :.L-.
tre, V-8. Loaded!l! $5700.'(407) 957-4f."4;l
'96 MITSUBISHI GALANT. Excellent-con-
dition! New tires, brakes, runfs';1';:b
82,000/mi. $2700. 407-414-1066:;-" c '
.GREAT AUTO.DEAL $60...
We will run your, car in the.Oceola
Shopper, Sat/Thur. News-Gazette-until4it.
sells for only $70; For only $10 morepwe
can add the South Orange News.
Just keep your ad within 15/words
and we will do the rest. Call us at
407-846-7600 for more details.


I 1325-Boats 'r:;'1

1987 BAYLINER, cuddy cabin, Escort
trailer with spare tire, 85 FORCE; ut-
board- 'just overhauled. $3295 40:.4-4.
3778.
FOR SALE. 18''ASTRO BASS BOAT.
1989. Fully Loaded. FLU rl IT rl jT. .:.r.i
front and r..,r ; r;li;r, 3pirt:.lr n,-i .,rri, ':'op
bait and i..- I ...ill i :HF lr.l r:ur ,:.ufi
board (tilt, trim, stair.i : i- l i i:.P
onboard battery charge ,-,-.'. i-i. r.l,n,
Kota bow mounted foci c'prai-,a ii.:.,rng
motor, full canvas boat .::. r, r rnr. Ea' gl
Fishmark 400 fish finder ral.:rnrg :fr,-:;
drive o Ir ai._r '.'. ";p.ie r.- b .:e' ll.en .,r,.
edition. eit' 0, 4 '-. ~ .- r0 .
SEA RAY 22' cutty cabin. 350 5.7 litre, V8.
100/hrs. Like new. Asking $17,900. 407-
891-1350.
S407-846-7600
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 r:-ll d.:.e- ii iqAf
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2005 PONTIAC
SUNFIRE
Sport Coupe, Automatic,
GM Certified
NOW
$11,195
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2002 FORD
F150 XLT EXT. CAB
Blue Color, Power Pkg.,
Clean Truck
Was $16,495
NOW
$13,650
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2001 FORD
EXPLORER SPORT
White, Auto, Clean
Was $9,999
NOW
$7,260


2005 CHEVY
CAVALIER
4 Door,
Auto, Stereo CD
NOW
$12,999
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2001 FORD
ESCAPE XLS
Blue, New Tires,
Must See
Was $9,999
NOW
$7,990
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2005 PONTIAC
GRAND AM
AM/FM Stereo w/CD;
A/C, Automatic,
GM Certified
SNOW
S13,145
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2005 CHEVY
VENTURE VAN
Bronze Color, Full Power,
Has Factory Warranty
Was $16,495
NOW
$14,220
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2003 FORD
EXPEDITION
32,000 Miles, Silver Color,
Very Clean
Was $21,999
NOW
S18,920

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2001 CHEVY
CORVETTE
CONVERTIBLE
Red, 29,000 Miles,
New Tires
Was $31,950
NOW
$30,495


2002 SATURN
SLI
4 Dr., Red, PW,
PL, Automatic
NOW
9, 199


2005 CHEVY
CAVALIER
Has Factory Warranty,
Beige Color, Nearly New
Was $12,995
NOW
S9,980

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2001 CHEVY
SUBURBAN L.T.


2005 CHEVY
MALIBU CLASSIC


Automatic, Stereo
Power Seat
NOW
13,999
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2004 CHEVY
TRAILBLAZER LT
White, Factory Warranty,
38,000 Miles, Loaded
Was $16,795
NOW
$14,990
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Leather, Dual Air,
All Power


NOW
$15,495


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