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COUNTY REFUSES TO BUDGE ON TAX RATE


Residents upset over

increases in tax bill


By Steve Magruder
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Osceola County Commis-
sioners adopted a $770.49
million budget Wednesda,'
night for fiscal year 2006-07
despite protests from angry
landlords that the recent
spike, in property values,
unfairly placed a higher tax
burden on them.
Property values in the-
county increased by an aver-
age of 30.8 percent.
Although.the county's tax
rate hasn't changed for 16


St. Cloud

may

increase



fire, parks,

police

By Jason Holland
News-Gazette Staff Writer
The St. Cloud City Coun-
cil is considering raising
impact fees for parks and
recreation, as well as for fire
rescue and police.
The increased fees are
necessary to pay for services
to cover projected popula-
tion growth and develop-
ment of the city, according
to city leaders.
According to a consultant's
study, to fully fund future cap-
ital needs in those areas with
impact fees, thie parks and,
recreation fees for a single
family home should be
$1,702, with police coming in
at $686 and $815 for fire res-
cue. A mobile home would be
charged $1,082 for parks and
recreation, $427 for police
and $204 for fire.
Commercial property would,
not be charged a parks and
recreation impact fee, but
would pay $899 in police fees
and $1,577 per 1,000 square
feet for fire fees.
The' city now charges an
impact fee of $220 for parks
and recreation for per single
See Fees, page A-7


years, a two-year trend of ris-
ing property values from 40
to 90 percent or more in
some cases forced Property
Appraiser Atlee Mercer and
his office to raise assessed
values. Mercer said earlier
this monrith.
H.,-meowners whose
properties, qualify for home-
stead exemption are shielded
from rising market value by a
state -law which limits the
yearly increase in their
assessed value to no more
See Budget, page A-6


News-Gazette Photo/Keri Rasmussen
Tom Long, president of the Osceola County Land-
lords Association, expressed concern over recent
appraisals of commercial and residential proper-
ties to the Osceola County Commission during the
first hearing on the proposed budget Sept. 6.


WAGING WAR AGAINST WEEDS


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New s-Gazene Phoio/Ken Rasmus..en
Phillip Jones, left, and Augusta Odom, right, of South Florida Water Man-
agement District get ready to fill up the bucket, with Frank Bennett, mid-
die, of Helicopter Applicators Thursday during a fluridone treatment to
control hydrilla in Lake Tohopekaliga .


By Jason Holland
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Hydrilla, the exotic plant.
that has made its home in
many Florida lakes and
waterways, is on its way to a
showdown with researchers,
eager to learn new strategies
to control this aquatic invad-
er that can crowd out native
plants, rob lakes of oxygen
and restrict navigation.
The University of Florida
IFAS/Osceola County Exten-
sion office recently received a
$2.88 million, four-year grant
from the U.S. Environmental


Extension office studies

other control methods


Protection Agency to study
new chemical and biological
controls for hydrilla and
hygrophilia, a similar plant, in
the Upper Kissimmee Chain
of Lakes.
Eleanor Foerste, senior
county extension agent, is
managing the grant.
Foerste said the research
is needed because hydrilla
has grown resistant in some


areas, including local water-
ways, to current treatment
methods, including the her-
.bicide fluridone.
Foerste said another
important part of the grant,
besides the study of new
management tools, is public
outreach. The ability to com-
municate progress in the
project to government agen-
See Weeds, page A-2


Method of


voting will


likely change


County may be told to

create single districts


By Steve Magruder
News-Gazette Staff Writer
A reasonably, compact,
Osceola County Commission
district with a Hispanic major-
ity could be created, federal
Judge 'Gregory Presnell said
Wednesday at the end of a
three-day voting rights trial on
the county's use of at-large
elections that the U.S. Justice
Department contends dilutes
Hispanic voting power.
Presnell's did not issue a
ruling, Wednesday at the con-
clusion'of the federal trial over
how county commissioners
are elected. However, his
..decision, based on his com;,
merts, likely will bring the sin-.
gle-member voting system
back to county commission
elections for the lirst time
since 1996.
Population data from the
2000 U.S. Census could be
modified with "reliable, cur-
rent" figures to create a pro-'
portional district with a His-
panic majority in Buenaventu-
ra Lakes, Presnell said.
"I don't see that it's all that
complicated, frankly," he
added.
.If Presnell rules in favor of
the Justice Department -
and he indicated that this
week and during a hearing in
June that he was leaning
toward that the county
would need to draft new
commission districts with
refined, data to estimate pop-
ulation growth such as cer-
tificates of occupancy and
submit those plans to the
judge within 30 days.
County' commissioners
must live within a specific geo-
graphic district, but are elect-
ed by all voters of the county.
Under the single-member
district system, voters would
only vote for the commission-
er representing their district
instead of all five.
County Commission candi-
date Armando Ramirez said
he has been battling the
supervisor of elections since
the at large system was put
back into place 10 years ago.
"I am confident that we will
prevail," Ramirez said.


After court adjourned
Wednesday, he left the court-
room smiling and shaking
hands with supporters.
The Justice Department
filed the lawsuit against Osce-
ola County in July 2005,
claiming at-large elections dis-
criminated against'. Hispanic
and minority candidates by..
keeping them from raising
enough money to run a'suc-
cessful campaign.'
The lawsuit also alleged
that Hispanic voters have
failed to elect a candidate of
their choice since 1996 -
when Robert Guevara. was
elected under a single-mem-
ber system because none of'
the five county districts have a
majority Hispanic population.
The county's defense team
argued that after residents
voted the at-large system back
.into place, there simply was-
'n't much interest in the His-
panic community for reinstat-
ing single-member districts.
No Hispanic majority dis-
trict could have been created
in the 1996, 1998 or 2000
elections,' county lawyers
argued, and many Hispanics
said they wanted Buenaventu-
ra Lakes split into two districts
so that it would be represent-
ed by two commissioners.
Presnell said he had seen
no evidence of discriminatory
intent by commissioners .with
the adoption of the at-large'
system.
Commissioners Paul Owen,
Ken Shipley and Ken Smith tes-
tified that a single-member sys-
tem lowers campaign cost and
favors challengers, but they pre-
ferred the at-large system
because it gives voters power to
elect all their representatives and
promotes teamwork among
commissioners.
They testified that they
never shared their views on
single-member districts with
those they appointed to the
redistricting advisory com-
mittee.
They also said they never

put the issue to a vote because
it was never recommended by
See Votng, page A-3


News-Gazette
Photo/
Deanna Sheffield
Joshua
Guzman and
Paola
Delvalle
practice
dance moves
at Cypress
Elementary.
The two
students
were mem-
bers of the
Colibri
Dancers
troupe at the
school last
school year..


KENNEDY CENTER HONORS SCHOOL
By Deanna Sheffield pre recognl
News-Gazette Staff Writer Cypress recognized


The John F. Kennedy Cen-
ter for the Performing Arts
has honored Cypress Elemen-
tary School as one of five
national winners for its inte-'
grated school-wide arts pro-
gram that features children
with disabilities alongside reg-
ular students.
Cypress Elementary
recently received the Creative
Ticket National School of Dis-
tinction award for the 2005-
06 school year. In addition to
a plaque, the school also will
receive a $500 prize toward


its arts program.
The award recognizes
schools that have done an
outstanding job of making
the arts an essential part of
education. The school was
first selected for a statewide
award given by Arts for a
Complete Education recog-
nizing the success of its arts
program last year before
being nominated to compete


at the national level.
"They were impressed by
our integration of the arts,"
said Cypress Elementary
School Principal Stacy Bur-
dette, adding that the
Kennedy Center also was
pleased with the amount of
professional development
provided to teachers and staff
members, including training
See Cypess, page A-6


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Page A2, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, September 23, 2006


Weeds


Continued from page A
cies, environmental groups,
residents and others is vital,
said Foerste. It is also a way to
allay any fears for safety or
other concerns.
As part of the grant study,
researchers will be looking for
new tools to manage hydrilla,
said Foerste, who explained
that eliminating the plant total-
ly is not realistic.
Hydrilla was introduced to
the United States in' the
1950s, imported from Asia as
an aquarium plant. Eventually,
it made its way into water-.
ways, including those in Flori-
da, and it thrived because it
had no natural enemies.
The scope 'of work being
planned to combat hydrilla will
include looking at existing
chemicals, not currently used,
finding new chemicals that
might work and any possible
biological. controls.
These biological .controls
could include a fungus that
weakens hydrilla. The trick is
how to distribute the fungus to
target hydrilla, said Foerstre.
The other possible biological
control would involve
researchers looking to Africa
and India, two places that
hydrilla is not out of control as
it is in Florida.
"It exists, but it's not a prob-
lem," said Foerste.
By studying those condi-
tions overseas, researchers
hope to learn ways to control
the plant in Florida, possibly
by using an, organism that
feeds on the plant.
In using biological controls,
Foerste said great care would
be taken to ensure that new
problems are not created by
introducing new organisms
into local waters.
.The grant will pay for two
new positions, a new exten-
sion agent to help with out-
reach, as well 'as a biologist
that will work closely with lab
researchers at the University
of Florida to implement new
techniques in the field.
The project will include that
lab work as well as practical


demonstrations and experi-
ments in Osceola County.
Foerste said he expects those
demonstrations to start 'by
next spring, probably in reten-
tion ponds at first, moving up,
to lake sites as progress is
made. The detailed organiza-
tion, planning and hiring to
get the program started must
be in place first, she said.
Meanwhile, the South Flori-
da Water Management Dis-
trict, working under a Florida
Department o, Environmental
Protection program, is trying
out its own new strategy to
deal with hydrilla. This treat-'
ment is not related to the
extension office study.


Aquatic plant management
specialists with the district
started helicopter application
of the herbicide fluridone,
known commercially as
SONAR, Thursday on the
north end of Lake Tohopekali-
ga. Follow-up treatments, nec-
essary to maintain the proper
concentration of the herbicide
irr the lake to have the proper
affect, will continue for six to
eight weeks.
Bill Graf, spokesman for
the district, said that district
officials know of the plant's
resistance to the herbicide.
"There has been a recogni-
tion in recent years of
hydrilla's resistance to fluri-


done," said Graf.
However, the goal of the
recently-started application is
not to eliminate the plant, said
Graf, but rather to stop it from
spreading. Graf said that as
the seasons change and the
days get shorter, hydrilla sends
out tubers, seeking to spread a
network out across the water
body in time to take up more
territory in the next growing,
season.
"This fluridone treatment is
designed to make it sick," Graf
said. "We recognize it can't kill
it, but it can make it sick
enough to not send out
tubers," said Graf.
Graf said 'district officials
are aware of the extension
office's new study and the
two organizations have 'dis-


cussed the project. Graf also
mentioned that regular inter-
agency meetings with all the
groups involved in invasive
plant control, such as the
state Department of Environ-
mental Protection and oth-
ers, would also allow all par-
ties to be updated as
progress is made.
No official collaboration is
planned at this time, said Graf,
but any new information,


strategies or techniques
gleaned by the study could be
adopted by the district.
"We are very interested in
any outcomes of the
research," said Graf, who
added that district officials are
delighted this research is being
conducted.
Contact Jason Holland at
407-846-7600, Ext. 211.
E-mail at jholland@
osceolanewsgazette.com


Coli 0%.on
A listing in the Hometown Kissimmee contained incor-
rect information for an event. The Osceola Business to
Business Connection will be held Nov. 2. The Conexion
Hispana will be held Nov. 4. Both events will be held at the
Kissimmee Civic Center. For more information on the two
events, contact the Kissimmee-Osceola County Chamber
of Commerce at 407-847-3174.


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Augusta Odom, left, and Phillip Jones, of the South
Florida Water Management District ready the bags
used to refill the bucket on the helicopter Thursday
during a fluridone application to control hydrilla in
Lake Tohopekaliga.


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B. Less Tax Reductions due to


$ 4,417,152


Value Adjustment Board and
other assessment changes $ (35,682)

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on Thursday, September 28, 2006 at 6:30 PM,
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Saturday, September 23, 2006, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A3


Voting
Continued from page A-1


,Football player
faces charges
A suspect wanted for
attempted murder in a June
shooting in Osceola County
.was arrested Tuesday at Ten-
nessee State University,
where he was a student.
Osceola County Sheriff's
Office detectives arrested
Jamel Bell,
18, for. .
what they
said was his
Involvement "
,vith three .
-pther indi-
viduals that
,.nded with
'the shoot- Jamel Bell
)ng of two
victims in the parking lot of
Narcoosee Middle School in
St. Cloud.
Nashville police and Sher-
iff's Office detectives, authori-
ties said, apprehended Bell,
who was arrested at the
school. Bell was on the foot-
ball team at the university. .
He was arrested, and
charged with two counts of
-attempted felony murder,
armed robbery with a firearm,
armed carjacking, possession
of a firearm during the com-
mission of a felony, two":
counts of grand theft of. a
firearm and grand theft.
Sheriff's Office deputies
responded to a call in June'
after a passerby made a 911
call. A couple indicated they
had just been robbed and shot
after flagging the passerby
down; They were dri''en tio a


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whete they called authorities.
The male victim was shot in
the back while the female vic-
tim was shot in the leg, Sher-
iff's Office reports said.
The male victim reported,
that'he was a salesman who
sold various products out of
his van. On the evening of
June. 25, Bell and three other
individuals met with the man,
reports said. The suspects
wanted to go to a more
secluded location and chose
'the school, reports said.
At the school the suspects
shot the two victims and fled
the .scene in' their, van. The
victims were transported to
Orlando, Regional Medical
Center with non-life threaten-
ing injuries, reports said.
An extradition hearing for
Bell, who is from Lakeland, is
scheduled for Sept. 25.
2 face theft,
drug charges
Osceola County Sheriff's
Office deputies Wednesday
arrested two St. Cloud resi-
dents for burglary and for pos-
session of methamphetamine
and drug paraphernalia.
According to Twis Liza-
suain, Sheriff's Office spokes-
woman, at about .6 p.m. an
off-duty deputy observed a
possible burglary Jn progress,
at 233 Academy Dr. in
Kissimmee. The site is the old
Southeastern Academy' build-
ing, which is no longer in use.
A representative of the prop-
erty, owner, who,was present,
'told the deputy that when he'


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arrived to check on the. prop-
erty he saw a bundle of cop-
per wire on the ground and in
the rear of a red pickup truck.
When the deputy searched the
property, he found and
detained Jessica K. Reynolds,
25, and Tony Hayden Jones,
26, while other deputies
began investigating.
suspects,
according
to Liza-
suain, said
they were
told the site
was sched-
uled for
demolition Tony Jones
and that
they were
given per-
mission to

Items. The
property
owner s
representa-
tive told the
deputies Jesica
that no one Jessica
was given Reynolds
permission to remove items.
A search of the pickup
truck revealed numerous tools
such as bolt cutters, a pipe
cutter, a hacksaw, power saw
and other materials consistent
with what could be used in a
burglary. The estimated the
value of the copper wire was
$2,000.


In addition, deputies found
materials in the truck consis-
tent with using methampheta-
mine. Investigators then
searched the suspect's home
at 8984 Jupiter Dr. in St.
Cloud and found materials
used for' manufacturing
methamphetamine and a. lab
for its production.
Reynolds and Jones were
both charged with burglary,
possession of burglary tools,
possession of methamphet-
amine and possession of
drug paraphernalia. *They
were taken to the Osceola
County jail,
Sex offender wanted
The Osceola County Sher-
iff's Office has issued an arrest
warrant' for



comply wanith Aedthur Alsen
state xwua 1
offender requirements, Sher-
Arthur
iff's Offclbert officials saAlse

wanted form jail in July
failing toime for a resist-
comply with Arthur Alsen
state sexual His original charges
offender requirements, Sher-e he
iff's Office officials said. He
was released 'rom jail in July
after serving time for a resist-
ing arrest withviolence con-
viction., His original-charges
date back to 19,85 where he
committed a sex offense in
Illinois. '
See News biefs, page A-6


the county. Charter Review
Commission.
The county's Charter
Review Committee, when it
met in early 2004, conclud-
ed that the at-large method
used in the county might
one day' have to be modified
due to population growth.
Shipley said Hispanics did
not request that body to
consider the issue.
,The Justice Department
argued that 2000 Census
statistics would provide the
most reliable data for draw-
ing up new districts to
which the county, and Pres-
nell disagreed.
An estimated 59,000 resi-
dents who moved to the coun-
ty between 2000 and 2005
would mean that districts
drawn solely from Census fig-
ures would be disproportion-
ate, Presnell said, ,
A series of potential new
districts were presented and
refuted by witnesses for
both the county and the Jus-


tice Department.
Theodore Arrington, testi-
fying for the Justice Depart-
ment, presented a modified
plan, Wednesday that he said
created, a valid Hispanic
Majority district based upon
2000 Census data and infor-
mation provided by the' coun-
ty, but that he was skeptical of
that data because it did not
reflect population groWth
since 2000 .:. '
The judge will make his
official ruling after Oct.5 10,
when both sides have had a
chance to review a tran-
script of the trial and submit
'additional documents for
Consideration,
In June, Presnell post-
poned the election of two
County Commission seats;
That election, is not expect-
ed to occur until sometime
next year.,
Contact Steve Magruder at
407-846-7600, Ext. 207.
E-mail at smagruder@
osceolanewsgazette.com


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and missed an issue or if you want to start delivery,
contact the circulation department at 407-846-7600,
Ext. 105 or e-mail at
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BUDGET SUMMARY




CITY OF ST. CLOUD FISCAL YEAR 2006-2007


GENERAL
FUND


SPECIAL
REVENUE
FUNDS


DEBT
SERVICE
FUND


CAPITAL
PROJECTS
FUND


ENTERPRISE'
FUNDS


INTERNAL
SERVICE
FUND


TRUST
& AGENCY
FUNDS


DEPENDENT
SPECIAL
DISTRICT


COMMUNITY
REDEV
AGENCY


TOTAL
ALL FUNDS


CASH BALANCES FORWARD:


$5,655,068


$4,255,598 ,


$0


$0 $4,923,515


$6,000


$228,000. $3830 $,4


ESTIMATED REVENUES:
Taxes: Mileage: 4.179
Ad Valorem Proceeds
Other Taxes,
Licenses & Permits .
Intergovernmental Revenue
Charges for Services
Fines & Forfeitures
Miscellaneous Revenue
Other Financing Sources

TOTAL REVENUES AND
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES
AND BALANCES



EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES:
General Governmental Services
Public Safety
Physical Environmerit
Transportation
Culture & Recreation
Debt Services
Other Financing Uses

TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES!
RESERVES


TOTAL APPROPRIATED
EXPENDITURES AND RESERVES


$6,182,487
2,250
1,991,300
2,710,521
1,750,668
96,300
1,934,011
7,679,169


6,450,210


10,969,716


1,991,651


1,638,586


1,500
17,048,209

1,126,877
1,385,300


377,643


137,475


17,500


$418,858


6,182,487
6,452,460
1,991,300
2,712,021
19,176,520.
96,300
14,604,437
12,694,706


$22,346,706 $17,419,926 $1,991,651 $1,638,586 $19,561,886 $377,643 $137,475 $17,500 $418,858 $63,910,231

$28,001,774 $21,675,524 $1,991,651 $1,638,586 $24,485,401 $383,643 $365,475 $753,363 $418,858 $79,714,275




$7,996,186 $324,100 $0 $0- $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $8,320,286
10,940,699 1,094,817 775,916 12,811,432
16,646,533 112,187 16,758,720
1,913,949 1,189,986 595,000' 382,540 4,081,475
3,872,663 233,900 267,670 4,374,233
1,910,596 1,991,651 547,695 4,449,942
235,549 10,462,802 2,534,501 753,363 13,986,215
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$24,959,046


3,042,728 0,4591 823 4,755,572 1,!1081 2OI ;t I1:;0 1i i i



$28#001,774 $21,S78,S24 $1,001,681 $1,8$8,588 $24,486,401 $383,043 $365,47S $783,363 $418,888 $70,714,276


The tentative, adopted, and / or final budgets are on file In the office of the above mentioned taxing authority as a public record.


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Opinion


Editorial


Yes to school funding


Let's hope that the Florida Legis-
lature in its next session makes fund-
ing for new schools in high growth
counties a recurring budget item.
The Osceola County School
Board recently adopted its 2007
legislative priorities through the
Osceola Legislative Effort and
recurring funding is a top priority,
as it should be. High growth coun-
ties would get additional funding
only when the school district can
no longer raise taxes due to having
reached legal limits.
Substantial capital funding has
been provided in the past and to
have it available again along with
the higher school impact fees now in
place in Osceola County would
help the school district deal with, the
demand for new school facilities
brought on by population growth.
Other priorities on the 2006 OLE
list are also worthwhile, such as $2.5
million in matching' funds to begin
construction of a new library at
Valencia Community College's Osce-
ola campus. ,Having a stronger
library at the campus can help stu-
dents better prepare, themselves for


the workplace, which benefits the
entire region.
Asking for $2 million in the form
of a matching grant to fund the con-
struction of a new special needs shel-
ter for the Osceola County Council
on Aging is also worthwhile, as it
can be used to house residents from
outside the immediate area in case
of an emergency.
However, we should not expect
the Legislature to approve $10 mil-
lion in matching funds for an Osceo-
la County Emergency Operation
Center; this is something we should
be willing to fund ourselves.
Keeping the funding process mov-.
ing forward for expanding .U.S.
Highway 192 from four to six lanes'
from Aeronautical Boulevard to
Budinger Avenue in St. Cloud is long
overdue, and it would benefit the
region. However, widening of Nar-
coossee Road, also known as Coun-
ty Road 15, should be our or
MetroPlan Orlando's responsibility,
not, the rest of the state, given that
local and area residential and com-
mercial growth has brought on the
need for the improvements.


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Where's the
outrage?
To the editor:
Kudos to Charles B. Tiffany for
telling it like it is when he wrote, "If
you. vote for anyone who supports
Bush and his gang of ghouls, then
your hands will remain as blood-
stained as his."
At this juncture in our history,
those who remain in support of the
Iraq war and the useless and pro-
longed deadly occupation may as well
be considered accomplices in the
slaughter of tens of thousands of Iraqi
men, women and children, as well as
,many valiant American troops and
civilian workers serving so heroically
in a war that should never have been
waged in the first place.
In the meantime, those 'bombastic
neo-coh clowns who initiated this
bloody atrocity sit back and relish the
sight of a misinformed American citi-
zenry swept up in a mindless, euphor-
ic,. jingoistic flag-waving and belliger-
ent nationalism powered by a blatant-
ly Machiavellian scheme to defraud
the public into support for their cyni-
cal agenda. Where's the outrage?
The president and his cohorts are
seriously undermining the rule of law
(the Constitution of the United States)
and our cherished civil liberties by
willfully confusing dissent with trea-
son, democracy with unbridled capi-
talism, freedom .with commercialism
and justice with brute force.
This ghoulish administration con-
tinues to sustain an atmosphere of
fear so it can justify the further shed-
ding of the freedoms our founding
fathers gave to us. They claim to hold
the moral high ground as they take
from the poor and give to the rich,
promote government-sponsored tor-
ture and rendition of prisoners., create
unnecessary wars and champion the
death penalty as part of their "pro
life" hypocrisy.
Never before has there been such
an anti-science administration in
Washington, an administration that
denies funding for stem cell research,
ignores the threat of global warning
and encourages the substitution of
scripture for science in the classroom.
They call their dirty air legisla-


tion "clear skies" and their plan to
give the lumber companies our
'trees the "healthy forest" initiative.'
Millions of children are left behind
under the phony under-funded No,
Child Left 'Behind education law
which is doomed to turn poor and
minority kids into the, raw material
for exploitation by big business,
and later cast them headlong into
dead-end jobs, the military and the
prison system.
Where's the outrage? Where are
the e-mails and phone calls to talk
radio when our library records, our
medical information and our most
private conversations can be mined
without court order? Whatever hap-
pened to habeas corpus?
And senior citizens, where are
you? We need to have sustained,
loud, angry protests to thwart the
dark forces attempting to privatize
Social Security. There are sinister
neo-con agents in Washington today
who apparently think "we the peo-
ple" are no more than cockroaches
to be squashed with impunity when-


ever we get in the way of their lust for
power, wealth and control.
In these times, it might be appro-
priate to quote the words of Leonar-
do da Vinci: "Blind ignorance does
mislead us. O! wretched mortals,
open your eyes.".
Ron Drew
Kissimmee
Vote for a newL
direction
To the editor:
As a result of reading Charles
Tiffany's letter to the editor dated
Sept. 9, I would have to say he did
his homework on President George
W. Bush and his administration. It's
very possible that George W. Bush
may go down in history as being one
of the worst presidents our country
ever had.
Unfortunately, regarding his Iraq
war, there are still far too many.peo-
ple who believed that Iraq was some-
how responsible solely or partly for
9/11, and there is no question in my
mind that when they realize the truth,


they will become disenchanted and
become fully aware of the wrong
direction we are going in.
Many of these persons have for-
gotten that all the 9/11 terrorists
were from Saudi Arabia, Yemen or
Egypt and not from Iraq, Iran, Syria
or Lebanon, and that they all were
harbored, trained and hate-inspired in
the west Asian nation of Afghanistan.
Once this realization sets in, I believe
that these newly. educated voters will
then not vote for, those politicians
supporting Bush and his administra-
tion's policies this coming November.
When that change in direction
comes as we continue to fight this
war on terror, we, as a nation, must
prepare for and be ever so vigilant,
watchful and ever-concerned about
any new dissident enemy extremist
groups springing up and coming out
of different countries intent to harm
us. Those countries could include
Pakistan, Indonesia and even possibly
the Philippines or Sudan.
Dan Placides
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CITY OF KISSIMMEE PROMOTES SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

The City of Kissimmee will host a second series of workshops to encourage Small Business
Development. The workshops are offered in partnership with the Alliance/USDA Rural Business
Development Program. The workshops are open to individuals who are starting a small business or
own an existing small business.

The City of Kissimmee has partnered with TheAlliance to provide this educational series of workshops,
which are free and open to the public. In addition to the workshops, individual assistance will also
be made available.

The workshops are scheduled to be held at City Hall on the following dates:

Tuesday, September 19, 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 3, 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.
Bookkeeping Et Accounting Micro-Loan Financing

Thursday, September 21, 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 17, 10:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.
How to Do Business on the Web How to Start a Business

Monday, September.25, 6:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Thursday, October 19, 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Concepts of Basic Business Management Bookkeeping Et Accounting

For more information or to register for any
of the workshops offered in this series,
please call The Alliance at 407.428.5860.


Employee of the Month
September 2006
Lori Vacanti

--- It is a pleasure to announce
the Employee of the Month for
Sn September is Lori Vacanti, in
Public Works n Engineering.
f i Lori is a Foreman over the
m StreetScape team and has been
employed by the City for three
years.

Rising through the ranks within
Sa short period of time, Lori's
al.so .n co t dedication, commitment and
f positive attitude helped her to
a a ru make the transitions quickly,
while garnering much respect
along the way. Lori has been
instrumental in creating the improvements in the downtown
landscapes. The aesthetic upgrades results in positive feedback
from visitors, business owners and residents.

Always looking for opportunities to sharpen her skills, Lori
maintains a Herbicide Application license and a Florida Master
Gardener certification, which enhances the expertise she lends
to the City.

Lori further uses her Master Gardener knowledge to assist the
public with their gardening and horticultural needs. Lori is
also personally committed to the preservation of wildlife and
animal rescue she has worked extensively with turtles and
protecting their habitat.

Lori exhibits a great sense of responsibility for her duties and her
team. She is very reliable and professional as is exemplified by
her relationships with her customers and the quality of her work
- she is a great representative for the City. Lori was recognized
during the September 5, 2006 City Commission meeting.


CITY SANITATION DIVISION ANNOUNCES...

NEW COLLECTION DAYS, NEW ROUTES,
NEW RULES, Et NEW RATES


For more information and a full-color map...
visit the Public Works section of the City's
Web site and click.on the Sanitation Division
or call 407.518.2507 extension 2600.


CITY OF KISSIMMEE SEEKS TO FILL
GOVERNING BOARD VACANCY


The Kissimmee City Commission is seeking to fill a vacancy
on the governing board of the Flora Ridge Educational
Facilities Benefit District. The State Legislature enacted
laws providing for local jurisdictions to create special
assessment districts, which could generate additional
funding for the construction of schools. For more
information or to obtain an application, contact Linda
Hansell in the City' Manager's Office at 407.518.2300.


City of Kissimmee, 101 N. Church Street, Kissimmee, FL, 34741, PH: 407.847.2821, FAX: 407.846.8369, www.kissimmee.org










Page A6, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, September 23, 2006


Budget
Continued from page A-
than 3 percent.
However, commercial
property and rental homes are
not eligible for that exemp-
tion.
Acting County Manager Jo
Thacker said talks are in early
stages across the state about a
possible cap on commercial
property taxes, but nothing
definite has been decided.
Landlords, commercial
property owners and those
homeowners who have
moved to a different home
expressed similar concerns at
the county's first public hear-
ing regarding the tax rate and
budget on Sept. 6.
About 25 people publicly
voiced their frustration during
the meeting Wednesday,
which lasted nearly three
hours.
Tom Long, president of the
Central Florida Landlords
Association, said property tax
collections are increasing at
more than double the rate of
personal income growth.
Landlords will have to pass
the expense to their working-
class tenants, who often can't
afford the increased rent, he
said.
Other speakers asked com-
missioners to lower the tax
rate and re-evaluate the budg-
et for items to cut.
"I'm begging you to recon-
sider," landlord Ruth Montana.
said. "We need affordable
housing."
St. Cloud resident Rosa
Holloway said she notified her
tenants of a $50 to $100
monthly rent increase because
of higher taxes.
She called the county's
budget increase "totally unrea-
sonable," and later stated that
increased taxes will "ruin this
county."
Commissioner Ken Ship-
ley. said lowering the tax
rate to provide relief for tax-
payers would be "a drop in
the bucket," and substantial
relief would only come with
a reduction in property
.assessments.
Cutting the budget would


-1
keep funding from road proj-
ects, he said.
He advised taxpayers to
put pressure on the state Leg-
islature, because property
value increases were "killing"
commercial property and
rental homes, Shipley said.
"We're dealing with this all
across the state," he said.
Some residents were
angered 'when Commission
Chairman Paul Owen encour-
aged those unhappy with the
budget to look it over them-
selves to see if anything could
be removed.
"We've looked at every
item In this budget and tried to
reduce it every way we can,"
he said.
Tom Long later offered to
-help review the budget, and
he was given a copy to look
over,
A letter written by Com-
missioner Bill Lane, who
could not attend the meeting,
said he couldn't support a
reduction in the tax rate
because he felt nothing in the
budget could be cut.
It is important that the
budget maintains or im-
proves the quality of life in
Osceola County, the letter
further stated.
Property taxes will gener-
ate about $160 million, or 28
percent of the county's 2007
budget, Chief Financial Offi-
cer Tom Klinker said.
The tax revenue will go
toward an increased sheriff's
office budget, the building of
two fire stations and projects
related to roads and trans-
portation.
Commissioners Wednesday
also .approved the county's
five-year Capital Improvement
Plan, which funds transporta-
tion projects and government
buildings, among other proj-
ects.
The county's fiscal year
runs Oct. 1 through Sept. 30.


News briefs


Continued from page A-3
Alsen is a white male, 5-feet-11-inch-
es tall weighingl83 pounds.
Anyone with information about
Alsen's whereabouts is asked to call the
Osceola County Sheriff's Office at 407-
348-2222, the agency's sex offender
hotline at 321-697-4373 or Crimeline at
407-423-TIPS.
Lane closures on 192
U.S. Highway 192, from Harmony to
Hibiscus Road in Osceola County will


have lane closures due to roadway recon-
struction.
Current activities include pipe installa-
tion, embankment grading, sod installa-
tion, subgrade work, laying down base
and asphalt paving. The current lane clo-
sures with flagmen will be for pipe instal-
lation across the existing two lane-two
way road. Motorist should be prepared to
stop and be aware of trucks entering and
leaving the roadway.
The existing road also ,is subject to


flooding during heavy rains, requiring
motorists to be cautious.
- Construction activity occurs between 7
a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Satur-
day.
Tree trimming planned
The city of Kissimmee Public Works
Streets Division will trim trees in the
downtown areas along Main Street,
Broadway, Neptune Road, Central
See News briefs, page A-7


Cypress
Continued from page A-T


brought to the school campus
so that all educators, even
classroom teachers, -could
participate.
"We view all of them (stu-
dents) as gifted," Burdette said.
"Arts are the heart of
Cypress."
The Kennedy Center also
invited up to 26 students. to
perform at the center in Wash-
ington, D.C., in March. Bur-
dette said the school just
learned of the opportunity and
educators are busy planning
the performance and seeking
financial backing from the
community to ensure students
are able to attend. Students will
likely perform a musical
drama.
"This is an unbelievable
opportunity for elementary
kids. This is a life-changing
Opportunity for them," said
Debbie Fahmie, the school's
music teacher, who recalled
being thrilled to perform
there when she was.a college
student.
The winners of the award
were selected from the schools
identified by their State
Alliance for Arts Education as
Creative Ticket Schools of
Excellence. Selection criteria at
the national level included a
review of the ways in which
arts education is an essential
component of the school cur-
riculum; how the program cre-
ates and uses imaginative
learning environments for
teaching and .learning ,in,
through and about the arts;
how the arts program provides


opportunities for parental
involvement; how the program
provides opportunities for
learning about other cultures
through the arts and how the
program links arts education to
community cultural resources,
In order to apply for the
Kennedy award, a school must
have four arts teachers.
Cypress has five, with full-time
educators teaching music, art,
drama, dance and movement.
Cypress is the district's only
elementary school with such a
large number of arts teachers.
Burdette said that the
school has maintained an
intensive arts program for
years, but said integrating spe-
cial needs students into the
program to the point where
they have the same level of
involvement has been a more
recent development.
The school began to fully
integrate the arts in 2004
when Burdette,, then .new to'
Cypress, was approached by
the school's arts teachers who
were interested in becoming
more involved with Very Spe-
cial Arts, an organization that
promotes the arts for students
with disabilities. Several teach-
ers and administrators then
attended a' conference that the
" organization had to offer sug-
gestions and training for work-
ing with children with special
needs.
About 22 -percent of
Cypress Elementary School's
population is considered spe-


cial needs. Burdette also said
that 75 percent of students are
Hispanic and 40 percent of
students have limited English
proficiency, In addition, 74
percent of students receive free
or reduced lunch.
"We had never integrated
students with special needs
with regular ed," said Carrillo
Maggy, the school's drama
teacher, who noted that imme-
diately after attending the con-
.ference several of the arts
teachers formed Colibri
Dancers, a dance group that
features regular education stu-
dents as well as those with dis-
abilities, including wheelchair
bound students.
Maggy said that the integra-
tion not only allows students
with disabilities to do more, but
raises their self-esteem.
"They feel so important
because everybody's doing
something. Parents have been
vefy happy with the programs
we're offering," Maggy said.
"When I'm teaching drama,
(the other students) don't even
see the wheelchair."
Fahmie, who said disabled
students have sung in the cho-
rus and participated in other
programs over the years,
agreed.
"Our groups were always
open, but we never had groups
that featured them," Fahmie
said.
While the school added a
number of new integrated per-


forming arts programs such as
Colibri Dancers, the Backstage
Drama Club, a recorder
ensemble and even group
drumming lessons, visual arts
weren't left out. An integrated
art club was started, and Nayda
Flores, art teacher at the
school, said adaptive supplies
such as large crayons have
aided much of the-school's
special needs population. In
addition, Flores began pushing
special needs students to cre-
ate works of art to enter in
local art contests and for con-
sideration at exhibits,
"Now we've had a lot of
winners," Flores said. "Just
today I sent over art by an
autistic student."
This year when a group of
teachers and administrators
headed back to the VSA con-
ference, they numbered 14
and were the largest single
group to attend. Burdette said
it starts at the hiring phase.
Teachers and staff members
are only hired if they share the
same vision for promoting the
arts, Burdette said.
"A lot of teachers have tal-
ents. Some don't know they.
have those talents until they
share them with a child and
they end up learning, too,"
said Cypress Elementary Assis-,
tant Principal Tracy Shenuski.
"We nurture each other here."
Contact Deanna Sheffield
at 407-846-7600, Ext. 210.
E-mail at dsheffield@
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Avenue, and Drury beginning Monday
between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Traffic lanes will be blocked in order to
work on this project, which will take two
to three days. The objective is to increase
the tree canopy heights over the roads
and sidewalks, remove dead or diseased
limbs and reduce wind loads in order to
provide a safer conveyance for its resi-
dents and visitors.
For more information, contact the
Public Works Streets Division at 407-
518-2506.
Tax collector office to move
The main office of the Osceola Coun-
ty Tax Collector, now located at 360 N.


Beaumont Ave. in Kissimmee, will be
closed Thursday and Friday, Sept. 28
and Sept. 29, in order to relocate to
2501 E. U.S. Highway 192, at the
roadway's intersection with Partin Set-
tlement Road.
Offices at the new location will re-
open for business on Monday, Oct. 2.
Hours will be 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday.. All other branch
offices will remain open during the move.
"We are very pleased that we will
have the space to properly service the cit-
izens of Osceola County," said Tax Col-
lector Patsy Heffner.
The new telephone number for the
office will be 407-742-4000.


For more information regarding the
Tax Collector's office or for locations of
branch offices, call 407-343-4000.
Anti-litter billboard coming
Osceola County officials on Monday
morning will unveil a new anti-litter bill-
board at the intersection of U.S. High-
way 192 and Bill Beck Boulevard that
will have a "Keep Osceola Beautiful"
message.
According to county spokeswoman
Niki Whisler, CBS Outdoor donated this
billboard space as well as space on anoth-
er for a second anti-Litter message and
has committed to displaying .the mes-
sages for at least one month.


Fees
Continued from page A-1


family home, mobile home or
multi-family unit, as well as
$285 per residential unit for
police service and $283 per
unit for fire service. Non-resi-
dential development is
charged $850 per 1,000
square feet for police and
$530 per 1,000 square feet
for fire service.,
The recreation fees were
adopted in 1992, with the
public safety fees coming in
2002.
Steven McDonald, vice
president of Real Estate
Research Consultants, the
firm commissioned by the
council several mofiths ago to
study-the possible fee increas-
es, presented this proposed
fee structure at the council's
workshop Thursday.
The difference in public
safety fees for different types
of residential and commercial
property is based on call data,
essentially the amount and
types of calls to those types of
development, collected over a
year, said the consultant.
The council did not make,
any final decisions at the
workshop, but members said
they would study the consul-
tant's report and discuss the
issue at ,a future workshop,
possibly tweaking the plan or
changing the fee structure.


Mayor Donna Hart said she
needed time to thoroughly
review the information and
discussit with the council at a
future meeting. She advised
the consultant that they might
request changes in the pro-
posed fees and how they are
collected.
According to City Manager
Tom Hurt, the goal is to insti-
tute new fees, not necessarily
the ones proposed by the
consultant, by the beginning
of next year. However, the
time will be taken to get it
right, said Hurt, and the
process will not be rushed.
Councilman Mike Wetzel
told the council that he sup-
ported the proposed fees and
believed that the new impact
fees should fully cover needed
capital improvements. Wetzel
said he did not want the city to
fall behind in services to its cit-
izens. He lamented that in
other areas,. such as schools
and roads, growth has not
paid for itself.
"We can't hesitate and
watch the bus go by," he said.
Councilman Jeff McCorkle
expressed an interest in fur-
ther breaking down the data
dealing with commercial prop-
erty. He said that charging
commercial development per


1,000 square feet only did not
take into account the variety
of commercial property.
Councilwoman Mickey
Hopper said she would like to
see some sort of fee credit,
extended to developers who
build parks in new neighbor-,
hoods.
McDonald stressed that
impact fees are one source of
funding, a component of a
financial plan and do not nec-
essarily have to pay for all the
capital needs associated with
bringing services to new areas
of the city. Money could also
come from the general fund
or other revenue sources,
which would be a policy deci-
sion by the council, he said.
Impact .fees would cover
the capital costs associated
with extending services, such
as building new park facilities,
buying new police cars or fire
trucks and building fire sta-
tions. Operating costs would
not be included.
McDonald said that the
study looked at the future
needs of residents for parks
and recreation, fire rescue and
police services based on pro-
jected population growth and
development. A vital element
as new fees are considered, he
said, is taking into account
maintaining levels of service in


those areas desired by the
council, such as police and fire
response times or the amount
of park space per resident.
Contact Jason Holland at
407-846-7600, Ext. 211.
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BACK WHERE THEY STARTED


County athletes


return to call the


shots on sidelines


Not much


left on plate


this week


Rick Pedone
Sports Editor
rpedone@
osceolanewsgazette.ccrri


By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer
They're back where they
started.
1 Not so long ago they
were out there on the fields
and courts themselves.
Today they're the ones
putting together the game
plans, running practices,
making the schedules,
arranging transportation
and working the incredibly
long hours that come with
their profession.
, Dozens of former Osce-
ola County high school ath-
letes have returned to
assume roles of leadership
on coaching staffs through-
out the county.
Several have settled in as
head coaches at their alma
maters. Some work along-
side their former coaches,
and sometimes they coach
against them.
Why did they do it? Not
for the money. St. Cloud
football coach .Mark Jack-
son, once a Bulldog offen-
sive lineman, works 80 and
90 hours per week for a
$4,113 supplement on top
of his base salary. Coaches
of other sports, and assis-
tants, earn .less.
"That's not why.you do
it. You do it because of the
impact you can make on
the kids," said Jackson.
"You hope you can help
the kids grow up, to help-
them be giat people, great
fathers."
Osceola football and
track coach Eric Pinellas
feels the same wat;
"For me, it's rnmore like a
passion now," said Pinellas.
who was a tailback at OHS.
"When I decided to coach
high school, sports, thet.,
told me that it's not a oamen
you'do for pay,. What I do it
for is to help the kids ;et
into college and give then-,
lessons in life. I talk about
some of the decisions I
made that weiren t alwas-
good. They'll tell you- I
don't pull any punches "
Pinellas and Jacks..:.nr
have. a lot in comnmonr with
the people who coached
them years ago.
"I 'got into coaching
because of Coach (John)
Wallauer and Coach (Steve)
Landram. They had such a


huge impact on my life,"
said Jackson. "When
Coach Wallauer presented
me with the opportunity to
coach with him (for the St.
Cloud football team) the
year I got out of college, I
jumped at it. It was a great
chance to be around him
and learn all of the details
that goes into running the
program.
St. Cloud cross country
and track coach Kevin
Harkema was one of the
state's best runners for the
Bulldogs a decade ago
before earning a cross
country scholarship to
South Florida.
When he graduated, he
came back to work with
Coach. Tim McMullen,
who has won about two
dozen Orange Belt Confer-
ence track, basketball and
cross country champi-
onships over a 23-year
career at St. Cloud.
"I'm a coach because of
Coach Mac," Harkema
said. "I knew I wanted to
coach, but originally it was
basketball. But, since I ran
in college, I know more
about it, and as a coach I
care a lot more about it."
Harkema said-McMullen
helped him transition into
his career when he


News-Gazette Photo/Keri Rasmussen
Gateway volleyball coach Ettie Singleton was a multi-sport standout at


Osceola High School befi


Saturday
Cross Country Osceola at Winter Haven, 8 a.m.; St. Cloud at
Embry Riddle, 9 a.m.
Volleyball Gateway Invitational, 8:30 a.m.
Monday
Volleyball Bartow at Celebration,.7 p.m.
Girls golf-- Poinciana at St. Cloud, 4 p.m.; Gateway at Celebration,
3:30'p.m.
Swimming St. Cloud at Celebration, 4 p.m.; Bishop Moore at
Harmony (Denn John), 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday
Volleyball Osceola at Olympia, 7 p.m.; Bishop Moore at St. Cloud,
7 p.m.; Cypress Creek at Gateway, 6 p.m.; Freedom at Poinciana,
7 p.m.; Tavares at Harmony, 7 p.m.; Celebration at South Lake,
7 p.m.; Vanguard at Southland Chr., 6 p.m.
Boys golf- Osceola at Poinciana, 3:30 p.m.; George Jenkins, Sebring
at Celebration, 3:30 p.m.
Girls golf-- Harmony at Osceola, 4 p.m.; St. Cloud at Gateway, 4 p.m.;
Celebration at Poinciana, 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday
Volleyball Harmony at Poinciana, 7 p.m.
Boys golf- Osceola, Melbourne at St. Cloud, 3:30 p.m.
Girls golf- Osceola at Poinciana, 4 p.m.
Thursday
Volleyball Dr. Phillips at Osceola, 7 p.m.; Tavares at St. Cloud;
7 p.m.; Gateway at Freedom, 7 p.m.; Harmony at Bishop Moore,
7 p.m.; Poinciana at Celebration, 6:30 p.m.; Sonrise at New Dimen-
sions, 6 p.m.; Heritage Chr. at Eastland Chr., 6 p.m.
Boys golf- Osceola, St. Cloud at Celebration, 3:30 p.m.
Girls golf- Osceola at Cypress Creek, 3:30 p.m.; Harmony at
St. Cloud, 4 p.m.
Swimming Osceola at South Lake, 4 p.m.; Harmony at Gateway
(Denn John), 4:30 p.m.
Friday
Football (all 7:30 p.m.) Osceola at George Jenkins; Space Coast at
St. Cloud; Gateway at Boone; Poinciana at Celebration; Harmony at
Astronaut.
Volleyball Gateway at St. Cloud, 7 p.m.


News-Gazette Photo,'Kevin Wojteczko
St. Cloud football coach Mark Jackson, a former Bulldog lineman, talks
with his players during a recent game against South Lake.


returned to the campus in
2000.
"He never intimidated
me, he never made me feel
inferior to him," said
Harkema. "He's used to
being in charge and he can
be forceful, but since I ran
under him I knew that was
his personality. He was
always open to new ideas
I'd bring in."
McMullen said Harkema
showed an aptitude for
coaching, and followed,
through. ,
"It's great when the kids
come back to coach, espe-


cially one like Kevin. It's
always nice to have a good
man like that come back
and be your friend."
Harkema said it hasn't
always been smooth sail-
ing.
"We've had our dis-
agreements, but when we
do we sit down and talk
about it and work it out,"
said Harkema.
"We had some knock-
down drag-outs when he
ran for me," McMlullen
recalls. "I know people look
at me and wonder why kids .
want to subject themselves


to a rough-looking charac-
ter like that, but what they
don't see are the relation-
ships you develop with the
kids, the things that go on
behind the scenes. Young
people who get into coach-
ing and want to emulate the
style of someone they
know' can't do that unless
they spend the time to'
learn all that goes on in the
background."
Debra Maruffi was the
county's cross country
runner of the year in 2000
under McMullen and
Harkema.
When she took over the
Harmony boys cross coun-
try squad this season, she
sought out McMulleni.
"I decided I wanted to
coach when I was in col-
lege. Looking back I real-
ized that the coaches I had
were an inspiration to me
and I wanted to do the
same thing for athletes I
would have," she said.
McMullen said he didn't
expect. Maruffi to take up,
the profession.
"She was always one of'
the quiet ones I had, a great
kid, a very hard- worker,"
said McMullen. "That's the
funny thing. That's the kind
of kid who is. attracted to
my programs, the quiet,
real intelligent type of kids.
I don't know how it hap-
pens, to tell you the truth.
It s the opposite of me."
The old guard coaches
take pride in seeing their


ore becoming a coach. See Coaches, page B-2


Volleyball teams meet


at Gateway Invitational


By Ken Jackson
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Local volleyball squads
will get that tournament
pressure and atmosphere
today in the eight-team'
Lady Panther Invitational at
the Gateway gym.
Osceola, Harmony,
Poinciana and Celebration
will join the host Panthers
and Freedom, University
and Crooms Academy in
the annual event.
Round-robin games
begin at 8:30 a.m.; each
team plays three pool
games.
Bracket play will begin at
around 2:30 p.m.
Gateway Coach Ettie
Singleton said that drop-
ping a tournament right
in the middle of the sea-
son and about a month
before the district tourna-
ment is a great chance to
examine her team's focus
and stamina.
"It's a good midseason
test for my squad," said


Singleton, whose squad
stands at 7-3 on the sea-
son, 6-1 in the Orange Belt,
Conference behind unbeat-
en Celebration.
"Four matches in one
day is a test, it's why I do it
every year. And we were
second in the tournament
last year, so the girls are
fired up to win it this year.
But we've got to get past
the three teams (Celebra-
tion, Crooms, Freedom) in
our bracket."
The Panthers defeated
Harmony in five grueling
games, 18-25, 21-25, 25-
7, 25-16, 15-7, on Thurs-
day. Nicky Nievesw had 17
kills and setter Janlique
Vazquez ran the offensive
show with 30 assists.
The Kowgirls come into
the tournament at 8-6 and
riding a high, taking a nail-
biting OBC win over Har-
mony on Tuesday.
Osceola took the first
two games, only to watch
the Longhorns storm back
before ultimately securing


the deciding game in the
25-21, 25-9, 14-25, 16-
25, 15-8 slugfest.
"That match has been
like our season, a real
roller-coaster," said OHS
Coach Carrie Palmi, who
has watched her squad
nearly double its 'five wins
from a season ago.
"We've finally started to
jell, and with this tourna-
ment it's the right time. If
we do well it will help our
confidence. It's a real bal-
anced event, whoever
wants it more is going to
win it." .
Southland Christian,
playing in.District A-9, ran
its record to 12-2 with a
win over Life Academy on
Tuesday before falling to
Lakeland Victory Christian.
The Flames' only other loss
has been to district foe
Sonrise Christian.
"We're doing real well,
we're cooking' in this dis-
trict," said Coach Sharon
Gillespie.


I feel like the guy who followed Bluto
Blutarsky through the cafeteria line at
Faber College.
Not a morsel left in sight.
Is there any reason that an entire sea-
son's worth of great college football
games had to be crammed into last Sat-
urday? Couldn't they have saved one or
two for today?
About the only game of national
intrigue is Notre Dame at Michigan
State, and that intrigue is marginal since
Michigan receivers are still smoking the
Irish DBs even as you read this.
Things look better in the NFL.
There's quite a few good ones coming
up, although you'll need the satellite dish
to catch most of them.
First, let's assemble the Mighty
News-Gazette Top 13:
'No.1: Our Jags. No.2: The Teal Cur-
.tain. No.3: The Saints. No. 4: Rex
Grossman. No. 5: The Buckeyes. No.6:
The Wolverines. No. 7: The Falcons
running game. No. 8: The Chargers.
No. 9: UF. No. 10: The unbeaten Colts
(What's new?). No. 11: The unbeaten
Patriots (What's new II?). No. 12: The
unbeaten Vikes (What?). No. 13:
Fooooood fiiiiiiiight!
On with the show:
Notre Dame (-3 1/2), at Michigan
State: The Irish are favored? What hap-
pened, are quarterback Drew Stanton
and the entire Spartan receiving corps
taking mid-termsthis afternoon? Spar-
tans by 3 in a Studious Upset Special.
Alabama at Arkansas (-1 1/2): The
Game of the Week in the SEC. Sorry,
but this hardly seems worthy of putting
on a Pig Hat. Roll Tide by 4 in Upset
Special II .
Arizona State at Cal (-7 1/2): So, the
Pac-10 suspended the refs after the Ore-
gon-Oklahoma debacle last week. Actu-
ally, after USC and Oregon, you can
suspend the rest of the Pac-10, period.
Bears by a Suspenseful 14.
Penn State at Ohio' State (-16 1/2):
Let's see, the Irish rolled over Joe Pa by
about 25 two weeks ago. And, Ohio
State rolled over the Irish by about 25 at
the Fiesta Bowl in January. Okay, got it:
Buckeyes by about 25.
Kentucky at Florida (-23 1/2): Yes,.
we're taking a mulligan, okay? Gators
by 38.
Now some real work:
Carolina (-3) at Tampa Bay: There's
only one scenario under which the Bucs
could be off to a worse start, and that
involves a nuclear winter. Panthers by
a mushroom cloud.
Jacksonville at Indianapolis (-7):
Unfortunately for Jags, Peyton Manning
hasn't had an appendectomy lately.
Colts by 6.
Tennessee at Miami (-11): Hard to
imagine the Fish being 11 points better
than anyone right now, even the sorry
Titans. Fins by 10.99.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (-2 1/2):
Okay, Ben, what's next? Typhoid fever?
The bubonic plague? Spinach salad?
Sickly Steel People by 1.
Chicago (-3) at Minnesota: Who'da
thunk that Bucs fans would be pining for
Brad Johnson? Bears by 3.
N.Y. Giants at Seattle (-3 1/2): Last
year the Giants lost here because they
couldn't hit field goals in the fourth quar-
ter and overtime. We don't want Giants
fans to endure a similar nightmare, so,
Seabirds by 4.
Atlanta (-3) at New Orleans: Dean
Wormer told us that, "Fat, Drunk and
Stupid is no way to go through life."
Sadly, all three start for the Saints
defense. Falcons by 10.
Young Jackson says: First of all, after
the UCF and Philly Eagles debacles, it's
a wonder I'm out of bed. Pressing on
with life, I'll take the Irish by 1 and the
Vikings by 3 in "We Got the Dome"
Upset Special.
Petey "The Gators Are Going to
Win" Covino says: Gators by 24.
Brian "Big Man" McBride's Super
Sniffer Upset Special: Giants over Sea-
hawks by 4.
Steve "Scooter" McGruder says: My
Unstoppable Ravens by 10 over Cleve-
land.
Last week: Lost Leader (7-5, 17-12)
dropkicked Unconscious Underling (5-7,
17-12).
Closing Thought: Two good rea-
sons to slow down: gas at $2.50 a gal-
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Coaches
Continued from page B-I


former pupils return.
Steve Landram, a four-
decade veteran now coaching
at Harmony, said Mark Jack-
son and Jerrad Butler, the
assistant football coach and
the head weightlifting coach at
Harmony, showed interest in
coaching as players.
"Both Mark and Jerrad as
players were the type of play-
ers who were inquisitive and
wanted to know the 'why' of
things we were doing as well
as the technique," Landram
said. "The common denomi-
nator is the love of the sport,
and the love of teaching."
Butler, who started coach-
ing in St. Cloud's JV football
program several years ago,
said the older coaches have
been great mentors.
"You have coaches like
Coach (Brian) Lambert, and
Coach (Jeff) Kesler, who are
real good with the X's and
O's, and on that same staff
was Coach (Mark) Neenan,
who is great at getting his
point across without yelling,"
Butler said.
Poinciana High athletic
director Mal Harpell works
with one of his favorite former
athletes. Bryan McLoughlin
competed for Harpell at Osce-
ola High in the early '90s and
earned a cross country schol-
arship to Southern Mississip-
pi. Now he is Poinciana's
boys cross country coach.
"It's kind of like passing the
torch. I enjoy seeing that pro-
gression," said Harpell.,
"Bryan was. probably one of


the hardest working runners
at Osceola when I was there,
and he's like that today as a
coach."
Harpell also coached Eric
Pinellas in track at Osceola.
Ettie Singleton, Gateway's
girls track and volleyball
coach, was a standout track
athlete for Harpell and Mike
Fletcher at OHS.
"It's kind of neat when
you're out there coaching
against them," said Harpell.
"You want to beat them, but
at the same time it's nice to
see them enjoying some suc-
cess. It makes you feel like you
taught them right."
Pinellas said that' it was
intimidating to compete
against men who once
coached him. He recalls
coaching freshmen football
games against Alan Baker and
Jeff Kesler, his freshmen
coaches at OHS.
"At first it was humbling
experience, but at the same
time it was competitive," he
said.
Singleton is one of the few'
young women who have built
successful long-term coaching
careers in the county. She and
swimming" coach Vonnie
Kochensparger have been fix-
tures at Gateway for a decade.
Singleton said young
coaches can take advantage of
a natural rapport with the high
school athletes.
"When you're young, it's
easier to relate to them and it
makes coaching much more
enjoyable," said Singleton.


Singleton is proud that a
player from her first Gateway
volleyball team, Denise Blais,
returned to be her assistant.
Sometimes the older
coaches are an effective
sounding board.
Jackson, whose Bulldogs
are struggling, said he appre-
ciates advice from his former
coaches.
"I got a call from Coach
(Alan) Baker the other day and
he told me to hang in there,
that things will get better as
long as I keep on doing things
the right way," said Jackson.
"It helps when you hear that
from coaches you played for
and respect."
Tim McMullen said former
St. Cloud players like Robert
Lindsey (football. coach at
Wildwood), Chad Keller
(Embry Riddle assistant bas-
ketball), and Pat O'Grady
(Southland Christian basket-
ball) all display the traits of
successful young coaches.
"They are so much more
qualified than I was when I
started. By that I mean that
their background and under-


standing is so much better.
When I started out coaches
pushed you and were pretty
rough; they wanted to make a
man out of you," said
McMullen. "But, through the
years and all of the experi-
ences of being a parent you
begin to take a different
approach and these young
guys seem to understand that
right off the bat."
Singleton's philosophy is a
good example of how the
younger coaches operate.
S"I have learned that yelling
only stresses me out and
makes your team play worse,"
she said. I think that if you
open your lines of communi-
cation with your team and
learn how to deal with each
athlete individually that you
will be more successful. I real-
ly think in my' case getting to
know each athlete's strengths
and weaknesses has helped
me be more successful."
Meg Hodge, St. Cloud's
girls swimming coach, was an
all-county swimmer at. St.
Cloud High in the mid '90s.
She said her parents, Tom


and Helen Harris, who were
founders of the Bulldog swim
team, were role models.
"My parents were definitely
an influence. I saw how much
they enjoyed coaching and the
kind of impact they had on my
peers' lives," she said.
It is a sentiment echoed by
others, like Jackson. His
father, John Jackson, was a
recreation supervisor at St.
Cloud before he moved to Fla-
gler County.
"He was the one who
would take me out and throw
the ball with me. When the
football games were on TV,
he'd show me what the offen-
sive linemen were doing and
we'd talk about it," said Jack-
son. "That's one thing that's a
little different in a lot of the
kids we get today. A lot of
them don't have that back-
ground, and we have to teach
them just about everything."
McMullen said coaches
today must be good recruiters.
"When I grew up there
wasn't much else to do but
play sports, but kids these
days have video games and


jobs. You have to persuade
them to come out, and that's
a tough job," said McMullen.
Meg Hodge said it is good
for her students to see her in a
different environment.
"I love to work with the kids
outside of the classroom
because they get to see me as
more than a one-dimensional
figure. Even in high school I
think they see teachers as
people who live at school,"
she said. "I get to know them
better as' students. It establish-
es a rapport with the kids that;'
can actually benefit theit',
learning."
Singleton said good high'
school coaches don't always
have great won-loss records.
"The athlete's future comes
first, not winning," she said. "
You are a role model for each
and every athlete you coach,
and you have to remember
that. I still remember every
coach I had and how I per-
formed for them. They all had
their own unique way of get-
ting things done. That experi-
ence as a player definitely
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Saturday, September 23, 2006, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B3


Kowboys runners second


By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer
The Osceola boys cross
country team is back in action
today after it placed second
(50) to Lake Region (47) Sat-
urday at the Haines City Invi-
tational.
The Kowboys were led by
Manuel' Arredondo (5th),
Gabe Bird (6th), Nathan
Bordelon (8th), Dwayne Jor-
dan (13th) and Jeff Caldwell


(18th).
Jeffrey Surran won the JV
race in 18:03.
The Kowgirls finished
fourth with Mariela Catala
(4th) and Brittany Sanchez
(13th) leading the way.
Osceola competes at Win-
ter Haven this morning.
Harmony's boys were 20th
of 34 teams at the University
of Florida Invitational.
Scott Bilodeau (54th,


18:01) set a school record at
the meet. Also running for the
Longhorns were Craig
Moschouris (94th place,
18:43); Steven Collins
(115th, 19:15); Josh
Olaoniye (122nd, 19:23);
Shawn Buxton (126th,
19:27); Mitchell Brue (135th,
19:36) and Tucker Young
(142nd, 19:48).
.St. Cloud runs at the
Embry Riddle meet today.


Denn John soccer
The Denn John Middle
School boys soccer team
defeated Neptune, 5-1, last
week behind goals from Mil-
ton Molina (2), Jordy Urvina
(2) and Gio DaSilva.
The girls match finished in
a 2-all tie.Atar Hajali and
Rachel Quesada scored for
Denn John.
Dodgeball meeting
The Kissimmee recreation
department will offer an adult
co-ed dodgeball organization-
'41 meeting and practice Sept.
'27 at 7 p.m.-at the Denn
John Middle School gym.
. A six-week league is
planned. Approximate sched-
'ules and individual fee
Amounts will be discussed; a
rfiee-play practice session will
al o take place. The league
'.w'ill be scheduled tentatively
,"for Wednesdays, beginning in
-October and finishing in the
middle of November. For
Sore information, call (407)
18-2504.
Inline hockey
Registration for the Kissim-
:mee Inline Hockey League is
.open through Sept.23 when
,the league draft is held at 9
:a.m. at Lakeside Community
Park. A jamboree is sched-
uled on Oct. 7 and the first
*jame will be on Oct. 14.
Games are scheduled on
'Saturday nights through Dec.
9 with one practice a week.


The fee is $75 and includes
membership to- the US Hock-
ey Inline Association.
Children, ages 6-17 are eli-
gible. Coaches will teach play-
ers how to skate. For infor-
mation or to register call 407-
518-2346.
Black Fury softball
The St Cloud Black Fury
16-U and 14-U fast pitch
softball teams will hold tryouts
Sept. 30 and Oct. 7 from 5-
to 6:30 p.m. at the St Cloud
High's Mike, Clark softball
complex.
We are looking for dedicat-
ed softball players interested
in taking their game to the
next level and playing against
the top talent in the country.
Girls ages 12 to 16 (17th
birthday occurs after Jan 1,
2007) are eligible.
Contact Scott Walsh (16-
U) at 407-892-9151 or Craig.
Zeller (14-U) at 407-414-
0070 for more information,
or you can e-mail stcloud-
blackfury@earthlink.net.
SC adult soccer
The St. Cloud Adult Soc-
cer Club currently seeks play-
ers over 38 for its club team
in the Central Florida Soccer
League. For information call
Barry at 407-957-0490.
Seals tryout camp
On the heels of a camp
held outside of Hartford,
Conn., the Florida Seals


hockey team, will hold their
final free agent camp Oct. 5-
6 'from 1.2-2 p.m. at the Ice
Factory in Kissimmee. This
will be the final opportunity
to compete for an invitation
to the Seals' main camp that
starts Oct. 16.
Cost to participate is
$200, which includes all ice
sessions. Out of town par-
ticipants can make hotel
reservations at the Clarion
Resort & Water Park, for
$69.99 per night. Reserva-.
tions can be made by calling
(407) 846-2221.
Seals tickets
Tickets to the Florida Seals
season-opening hockey
games Oct. 27-28 are now
on sale.
The Seals will host the
Huntsville Havoc at the Sil-
ver Spurs Arena. Fans are
encouraged to wear white
for the team's "White Out"
promotion. White rally tow-

els Will be distributed at the
door. Tickets start at $12.
Call 407-343-PUCK for
information.
Fly fishing club
The first meeting of the
newly-formed Osceola fly
Fishers .(bass and bluegill tour-
nament club) will be Sept. 12
at the East Lake Fish Camp
at 7 p.m.
The club is open to all
interested fly fishermen, or
those who would like to learn
fly ffshing.


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ATTENTION CITIZENS

The Osceola County Building Department
will hold an organizational meeting on
Tuesday, September 26 at 11:00 a.m.
in the Commission Chambers
1 Courthouse Square, 4th Floor Suite 4100
Kissimmee, Florida
The Osceola County Building Department is
interested in forming Citizen's Advisory Boards
for the following trades:

Swimming Pool & Spa Construction and Service
Plumbing
Electrical
Mechanical
Commercial & Residential Building
Aluminum Construction

The Advisory Boards will provide a forum for contrac-
tors and Building Department staff to discuss concerns
with the permitting, plan review and inspection process
for that particular trade.

Any contractors interested in serving on an advisory
board once a month for 1-1.5 hours each month are
invited to attend the organizational meeting. For more
information, call the Osceola County Building Depart-
ment at 407-343-2225.
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Page B4, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, September 23, 2006



Community Events
www.aroundosceola.com


Hobbies, games

Osceola duplicate bridge
The Osceola Duplicate Bridge Club meets
Friday at 11 a.m. at the Kissimmee Woman's
Club, 1616 Oak St. Director Geoff Jones,
407-277-6416.
St. Cloud games
Card games are held at the St. Cloud Shuf-
fleboard Club,*7th Street and Ohio Avenue.
Shuffleboard practice is played mornings 8-10
a.m. Duplicate bridge is played on Mondays at
6:30 p.m.; Euchre is played on Tuesdays at
6:30 p.m.; Pinochle is played Wednesdays
and Saturdays at 6:30 p.m. In the fall Crib-
bage will be played on Thursday nights and
Pinochle will also be played on Friday nights.'
Come and participate in the fun. For more
information call Charlotte at 407-498-0455
or Bobby at 407-892-2749.
KAST Club
Euchre and dominoes are played at the
clubhouse on Mondays at 7 p.m.; doors open
at 6:30 p.m. Five-card pinochle Fridays at 7
p.m.
For more information on activities call
Dorothy Clark at 407-892-2817 or Joan Lit-,
tle at 407-348-6368.
Mid-Fla. Corvette
The Mid-Florida Corvette Club meets at
6:30 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month at
Holiday Chevrolet, 1001 E. U.S. Highway
192. Member of NCCC. For more.informa-
tion contact Loretta Deal at 407-498-4923,
e-mail mommalbg@aol.com or visit www.mid
floridacorvettes.com/.
Stamp club
The Osceola Stamp Club meets the first
and third Wednesday of each month at 1:30
p.m.. at the Senior Center, 1099 Shady Lane,
Kissimmee. Stamp auctions are held the first
Wednesday meeting of each month. Trade or
sell stamps with other collectors. New mem-
bers welcome. For more information on the
Stamp Club call Tom Wall at 407-348-0950
or Charles Frazer at 407-348-4413.
Osceola Rodders
Th'e Osceola Rodders is an open car club.
For information on meetings and location call
BJ Ewing .at 407-709-8596 or Jena Leonardy
at 407-791-5325.
Quilters at Heart
Quilters at Heart meets the fourth Monday
of the month at 9 a.m. at the Berlinsky Com-
'mfunity, House, 300 Monument Ave., Kissim-
mee.
Model railroads
The Kissimmee-St. Cloud Model Railroad
Engineers Club meets every Wednesday at 7
p.m. at 34 Brown Chapel Road, St. Cloud.
Visitors welcome. For more information call
Bob Fisk at 407-892-2616 or Peter Craig Jr.
at 407-892-1413.
Cribbage class
'A free cribbage class is offered by the
Kissimmee Parks and Recreation Department
every Friday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Oak
Street Park, 717 N. Palm Ave., Kissimmee.
For details call 407-847-2388.
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
landscape and vegetable gardens. For more
information call 321-697-3000.
Corvair Club
The G.O. Vairs Corvair Club holds monthly
meetings. For more information contact Titus
Stewart at 407-892-5999.
Play Scrabble
Scrabble games are held every Monday at 9
a.m. at the Poinciana Community Center. All
levels of players invited. For more information
call 863-427-1782.
Thursday Night Quilters
The Thursday Night Quilters meet at 6:30
p.m. at the First Baptist Church, Building D,
in St. Cloud. All quilters or would-be quilters
Share invited to join the group. Call 407-892-
2685 or 407-892-5775.
Fishing club
The St. Cloud BassCasters Fishing Club
meets the- first Thursday of the month at Fat
Boys restaurant on U.S. Highway 192 in St.
Cloud. Tournaments are held the following
Saturday. Boaters and non-boaters welcome.
Call The Fishing Pad II, 407-891-1003, or
Marc McKenzie, 407-891-7368.


Makeover for local church


Netk -Gazette Phoio/Ken Rasrnu..sen
Work continues on replacing the stained glass window covering at First
United Methodist Church in Kissimmee. Ed Chiavani of SNS Trim assessed
rot damage in the molding Sept. 18.


Osceola Riders.
The general membership meeting of the
Osceola Riders motorcycle enthusiast group is
held the second Sunday of each month at 1
p.m. Call Mike at 943-3686 for directions.
Latin Touch Car Club
Meets every Saturday at 7 p.m. at 3040 W.
Vine St., Chevron For more information call'
J.R. Ramos, president, at 407-348-2234 or
Tito Garcia, vice president, at 407-931-8587.,
Car club
The Solo Pa Mi Gente Car Club meets Sat-
urdays at 8 p.m. at 1707 W. Vine St. For
more information call Jesus "Gee" Rivera at,
931-2061 or Tito Nieves at 407-944-0181.
Patchers quilters
The Patchers of Time quilting guild meets
at the Osceola Center for the Arts, 2411 E.
Bronson Highway, the second Monday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. Visitors welcome.
Call 407-892-5775.
Dog fanciers
Kaliga Dog Fancier's Association meets the
first Thursday of each month at ORMC Hos-
pital, St. Cloud, conference room B at 7:30
p.m. The group is for anyone interested in
showing dogs, obedience, agility training and
all dog lovers.
For more information contact Mary Lou
Stumpf, president, 407-957-1837.

Military

VFW Post 4225
Members of VFW Post 4225, 504 S. Ran-
dolph St., Kissimmee, ,and the Ladies Auxil-
iary meet at 7 p.m. on the third Wednesday of
each month. The Men's Auxiliary meets the
second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m., fol-
lowed by steak bingo 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 menus, scheduled entertain-
ment and special events. The house commit-
tee meets the third Monday of each month at
7 p.m.
The auxiliary accepts used eyeglasses for
reconditioning for those in need. Postage
stamps and Campbell Soup labels may be
dropped off at the Post for VFW National
Home.
The Tribute
The Veterans Tribute and Museum, located
in the Osceola Square Mall, 3831 W. Vine
St., Kissimmee, is a free exhibit of military
memorabilia, open to the public Tuesday
through Sunday from noon to 6 p.m.
The museum recently moved from Suite
68 to Suite 77, which is close to the Steve
and Barry's store. A Disabled Veterans Out-
reach Specialist is at the Tribute every Thurs-
day and a Certified Veterans Service Officer
is there on Sundays. The DVOP will assist
veterans in attaining employment/training
and the VSO will assist in the filing of claims
with the Veterans Administration and follow
up on existing claims.
.For details call the museum at 407-931-
3133, visit www.vetshistory.com, email veter-
anstribute@earthlink.net or contact Jim "Skip"
Kervin at 407-744-9553.
Marine Corps League
Marine Corps League Detachment 1092


"September 11th" .meets the first Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at DAV 148, 21 E.
Keen St., Kissimmee.
Regular membership is open to all active,
reserve, retired and honorably discharged
'Marines and Navy (FMF) Corpsmen. Associate
membership is available for spouses and other
interested parties. For more information visit
.www. mcleague. com/mdp/userpages/
SEPTEMBER_11-875.php .
For other information contact Bill Brouil-
lard at 407-460-0854 or e-mail'wfbrouillard
@cfl.rr.com.
American Legion Post 10
American Legion Post 10, 200 Lakeshore
Blvd., Kissimmee, holds general'membership
and auxiliary meetings at 7 p.m. the fourth
Wednesday of each month. The Sons of the
American Legion meetings are held the third
Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m.
Friday. bingo and seafood dinner for
members and guests is at 5:30 p.m. Satur-
day 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. Monday's ladies pool
tournament is at 7 p.m. For more informa-
tion call 847-4193.
Veterans council
Planning for the Veterans Day Parade 'is in
full swing. If you are interest, call Chris,
Falkowski, council president, for more infor-
mation.
The Osceola County Veterans Council
performs free military funerals for all honor-
ably discharged veterans. More veterans are
needed to volunteer to help with the funer-
als. The councilfalso provides financial assis-
tance and consultation to needy families and
veterans and their families. To volunteer and'
for more information call Dave Conboy at
407-892-7409.

Other

Lady Longhorns fund-raiser
The girls will be holding a large community
garage sale at the Tractor Supply parking lot
in St. Cloud on Saturday,- Sept. 23. Various
articles from furniture, crib, TVs, clothes, toys,
fishing supplies, boat supplies have been gra-
ciously donated from several friends and fami-
lies to help Mandy Turner, Sam Whobrey &
Laney Tucker play softball in Hawaii. These
girls were chosen by their coach to participate
with 250 other girls from all over the United
States. They are very excited about this once
in a lifetime opportunity and have worked
very hard throughout St. Cloud at various
fund-raisers.
The sale starts at 6 a.m.
Good Sam Founder's Day
27th Annual Good Samaritan Village
Founder's Day celebration will take place Sat-
urday, Oct. 28, from 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Parade, Carnival, live entertainment and open
house. For free lunch RSVP to 407-933-
1999. Visit www.Goodsamkiss.com for more
details.
Fall Festival
The Fall Festival Solivita will take place
Nov. 4, 2006 9 a.m. 3 p.m. at 395 Village
i Dr. in Poinciana. Free admission.
See and purchase items created by 70 local
artisans. Some of the items include wreaths
and Holiday floral arrangements, jewelry,
home decor, greeting cards, ceramics, paint-
ings, gourmet dog treats, ladies hand bags,
quilts, quilted jackets, stained glass, cook
books, carousel horses and wood products. It
is a wonderful opportunity to holiday shop.


. There will also be music and dance, includ-
ing street performers. There will be readings
and book signing by Solivita authors and
demonstrations by Solivita Art Classes.
Also come for lunch while being enter-
tained outside the Grille.
Tree giveaway
Osceola County, in coordination with Uni-
versity of Florida IFAS Extension and funding
from the U.S. Forest Service Urban and
Community Forestry Grant, are working
together on a countywide grant program,
ReLeaf Osceola, to help reestablish the tree
canopy lost during the 2004 hurricane sea-
son. This educational and tree giveaway pro-
gram is available to residents of Osceola
County. There is a limit of one tree per per-
son and two trees per household, although
exceptions may be made for common land in
homeowner associations and for larger com-
mercial property. Nearly 4,000 3-15 gallon
trees will be distributed.
In order to receive a voucher for a tree, res-
idents must take part in an educational pro-
gram, which will contain information on prop-
er planting and maintenance.
Classes will be held at the Osceola County
Extension office in Osceola Heritage Park on
the following days.' Oct. 28, 10 a.m.; Nov.
13, 7 p.m.; Dec. 2, 10 a.m.; Dec. 11, 2
p.m.; Jan. 13, 10 a.m.; Jan. 23,. 7.p.m.; Feb.
24, 10 a.m.; March 5, 2 p.m.; March 22, 7
p.m.; April 7, 10 a.m.; and May 19, 10 a.m.
For more information, contact Osceola
County Extension at 321-697-3000,
Food distribution
The USDA Food Bank Distribution will
take place on Sept. 27 from 8:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. at the KVLS building in Osceola
Heritage Park. There is no pre-registration.
New applications are only taken at the KVLS
site on distribution day. Proof of income and
Osceola County residency is required. To
qualify to receive the supplemental food
assistance, residents must meet' low-income
guidelines. Other pick up sites include. the
Robert Guevara Community Center, 501
Central Florida Parkway, from 8:30 a.m. to
10 a.m.; Intercession City Community Cen-
ter, 1531 Immokalee St., from 8:30 a.m. to
11 a.m.; and the..Kenansville Community
Center, 1150 S. Canoe Creek Road, from
8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.
For more information, call Edith Gill at
407-846-8532.
Fossil fair
The Florida Fossil Hunters, a nonprofit
organization, is having a Fossil Fair on Oct.
14 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Oct. 15 from 10
a.m.-4 p.m. at the Central Florida Fair-
grounds, 4603 W. Colonial Drive, in Orlando.
There will be educational exhibits, a children's
dig pit, raffles, silent auctions and dealers
exhibiting and selling fossils, rocks, gems and
minerals. The price is $ for adults and $1 for
kids. For more information visit
www.floridafossilhunters.com.
Vendors needed
Arts and crafts vendors are needed for
Caribbean. Fest 2006 on Saturday, Oct. 21,
from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at St. John's Epis-
copal Church, 1709 N. John Young Park-
way in Kissimmee. Price is $30. Contact
Michelle Roach at 407-856-8831 for more
information.
Call for vendors
The Solivita Festival Committee is accept-
ing applications for its Fall Festival on Nov.
4. They are looking for artists, authors, pho-
tographers, horticulture and quality crafters
of all sorts, including fabric, wood and other
media. Booth size is 10 square feet, and the
cost is $25. For more information call 863-
427-7125.
HS reunions
Osceola High School Class of 2001 will
have a reunion barbecue on 'Oct. 7 at
Chisholm Park. For more information, e-mail
01Kowboy@gmail.com.
The St Cloud High School class of 1996
will hold a reunion Sept. 29 and 30. Contact
Gina Hall at 407-319-6757 or by e-mail sgea-
zor@cfl.rr.com.
The Osceola High School class of 1966
will be holding a sixties reunion at the KVLS
building in Osceola Heritage Park on Satur-
day, Oct. 14. For more information contact
Pete Edwards at 407-944-2206 or by e-mail
'at pedwards46@yahoo.com.
The St. Cloud High School class of 1986 is
looking for classmates. Contact 'Tina Bishop
Purcell at 407-552-1828; Kent Bowers at
kmbowers@earthlink.net; or Kelley Callahan
Nash at 321-624-0574.
The Osceola High School class of 1976
will hold a reunion Saturday, Sept. 30, at
the Bob Berlinsky Community Center in
Kissimmee. Anybody interested in helping
organize the reunion should contact Tammi
(Shull) Madison at 407-847-7949 for more
information.
See Events, page B-5


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Osceola blood bank
The Osceola branch of
Florida's Blood Centers,
1029 N. John Young Park-
way, is open: from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Monday and
Thursday; from 11 a.m. to
7 p.m. Tuesday and
Wednesday; from 7 a.m.
.to 3 p.m. Friday; and from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
For more information call
407-847-5747.
AA hotline
The Alcoholics Anony-
mous 24-hour hotline number
is 407-870-8282.
Al-Anon/Alateen
Twelve step meetings in
the Greater Orlando area and
Kissimmee for families or
friends of alcoholics. Anyone
whose life is. or affected by a
problem drinker is welcome.
No dues or fees. For more
information call 407-896-
4929 or visit www.northflori-
daal-anon.org.

Recreation

Dodgeball
Kissimmee Parks and
Recreation will offer a co-ed
dodgeball organizational
meeting and practice at Denn
John Middle School gym at 7
p.m. on Sept. 27. The pur-
pose is to find individuals
interested in participating in a
six-week dodgeball league.
League rules, team forma-
tion, schedules and fee
amounts will be discussed,
and a free-play practice ses-
sion will be held. The league
will tentatively start in Octo-
ber andtend in mid Novem-
ber. For more information,
contact the-Athletic Division
at 407-518-2504.
Inline hockey
Registration for the Kissim-
mee Inline Hockey League
will be taken until Sept. 23.
The league draft will be on
Sept. 23 at Lakeside Com-
munity Park, Inline Hockey
Rink. League will start with a
Jamboree on Oct. 7, with the.
first game on Oct. 14. Games
are on Saturday nights and
run until Dec. 9, with one
practice a week. Fee is $75
and includes, membership to
U.S. Hockey Inline Associa-
tion. Open to kids 6-17.
Coaches will teach them how
to skate if necessary. For
information, call Fortune
Road Athletic Complex at
407-518-2346.


Pavement Pounders
The St. Cloud Pavement
Pounders running and walk-
ing club meets for casual 5k
runs and walks every Thurs-
day starting at 6:30 p.m. at
O'Doherty's Irish Pub. Free
and open to all runners and
walkers of all skills. Refresh-
ments are provided after-
wards. A 12-mile bike ride is
held every Monday evening
from St. Cloud to Kissimmee
and back. It starts at 6:30
p.m at the St. Cloud police
station on Neptune Road. For
details call Mike Snyder at
407-791-3296.
Pony Express
Cloggers
The cloggers meet at the
Moose Lodge, 1019 Main
St., Kissimmee. Beginner,
intermediate and advanced
classes are offered starting at,
6:30 p.m. in the front room.
Classes are open to age 5
and up; no partner is needed.
Families are welcome. New
beginners pay $10 to register
and get the first four classes
free.
The cloggers are also avail-
able to entertain at all func-
tions. Call Ruth at 407-847-
4666, Jan at 407-396-1943
or Shelly at 407-935-1255.
Speedskating club
The Sunshine State
Speedskating Club practices
every Sunday at 4:30 p.m.
at the Ice Factory, 2221
Partin Settlement Road. All
ages and abilities welcome.
For more information, con-
tact 321-624-5222 or
www.eteamz.com/sssc.
Celebration dance
The Dance Experience
offers classes at Celebration
High School in its dance stu-
dio. Classes are beginner
combo class, ballet I & II, tap
I & II, jazz I & II, adult
jazz/hip-hop and adult bal-
let/stretch. For more infor-.
mation contact Sabrina Camp
at DanceExperience@aol.com
or 407-716-4945.
Sing barbershop
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.


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.; Mon-
day through Saturday from
11 a.m. to noon; and Mon-
day through Friday from 6
p.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuning,Toning and Talking
is at 10 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.

Religion
19,


Fall festival
Kids crafts, great food,
door prizes, inflatable games
and much more will be found
Oct. 1, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
at Calvary Assembly of God
annual festival, 711 N.
Thacker Ave. in Kissimmee,.
Free game tickets with dona-
tion, of one non-perishable
food item. Crafters needed.
For more information, call
407-847-5673.
The Da Vinci Code
The faculty of Florida
Christian College addresses
the issues raised in the book
and movie, The Da Vinci
Code. The Areopagus Lec-
tures will explore The Da
Vinci Code on Sept. 23 from
8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. A spe-
cial price of $8 includes a
continental breakfast, five lec-
tures, and a gourmet boxed
lunch. Paid registrations must
be received by Sept. 18 to
guarantee a lunch. Registra-
tions may be mailed or paid
in person at Florida Christian
College, 1011 Bill Beck Blvd.
in Kissimmee.
Visit www.fcc.edu/events or
call Susan at 407.569.1160 for
more information.
High Holy Day
Rabbi Arnold Zoref and
Cantor Isaac Kriger will con-
duct High Holy Day services
at Congregation Shalom Ale-
ichem in Kissimmee. The
temple building is located at
3501 Oak Point Blvd., three
miles south of the intersection
of John Young Parkway and
Pleasant Hill Road.
Rosh Hashanah morning


services will begin at 10 a.m.
on Saturday, Sept. 23. Kol
Nidre service will begin at 8
p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 1.
Yom Kippur morning ser-
vices will be on Monday,
Oct. 2, at 10 a.m. Yiskor
service at 11 a.m. and Con-
cluding service at 5 p.m.
There will be a breakfast fol-
lowing the service.
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17, 2006 at Palmyra Medical
Centers were conducted Thurs-
day at Conrad and Thompson
Funeral Home in Kissimmee,
FL. Dr. Bob Reaves officiated.
Interment followed at Rose Hill
Cemetery.
A native of Friendship, New
York, Mr. Bessey had resided in
Dawson .since 2004, moving
from Kissimmee, FL. He was a
retired electrical superintendent
with the City of Cody, Wyoming
and attended Sherwood Baptist
Church in Albany, GA.
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Dawson, GA., a daughter and
husband, Marchia and John
Dent of Columbus GA., two
brothers, Toby Bessey of Friend-
ship, NY, ..and Jim Bessey of
Olympia, WA., sister, Loretta
Miller of Cody, WY., seven
grandchildren, eleven great-
grandchildren and' two great-
great-grandchildren.
The family received friends
Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at
Mathews Funeral Home.
To sign our online registry or
to send condolences to the fam-
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site, at www.mathewsfuneral-
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McKINNEY John Alfred,
Jr. 51 of Kissimmee, FL passed
away Friday, September 15,
2006. He was born July 21,
1955 in Kissimmee, son of
Ernestine McKinney and John
Alfred McKinney Sr. He was a
Trustee of the North Kissimmee


Baptist Church. He was employ-
ee of Walt Disney World and
was a volunteer fireman in
Kissimmee. He enjoyed sports.
He is survived by his daughter,
Jane Olson, Sister, Dianne
DuMars of Dothan, AL, Geral-
dine Johnson, Ocoee, FL,
Brother, George McKinney,
Kissimmee, two grandchildren.
A memorial service was held at
the North Kissimmee Baptist
Church, 425 West Donegan,
Kissimmee at 7:00 PM Thurs-
day, September 21, 2006. The
family received friends from 5 to
7 pm Thursday at the church.
Conrad & Thompson Funeral
Home was in charge of arrange-
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cedes Morgan of Mena,
Arkansas, passed away Tuesday,
September 19, 2006 in the
Mena Regional Health System.
She was born September 26,
1945 in Lyons, Kansas. Her
age being 60 years, 11 months


and 23 days.
Mrs. Morgan was the daugh-
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Swann and Rosanda "Blanche"
Zambrana Swann. She was unit-
ed in marriage to A.C. Morgan
who preceded her in death on
October 16, 1999.
She lived in Mena since
1991, moving from Orlando,
Florida, was a housewife and of
the Baptist Faith.
Survivors are mother,
Rosanda "Blanche" Swann,
Orlando, FL, 2 sons, Chad
Chattin, Groveland, FL.,
Charles Chattin, Kissimmee,
FL, 2 daughters, Anna Mor-
gan-Ford, Mena, AR, Katrina
Morgan, Orlando, FL, 1
brother Edwin O'Neal Swann
Jr., Orlando, FL, 1 sister,
Blanche E: Swann, Orlando,
FL 12 grandchildren.
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Events
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Tickets are $50 per per-
son per service for non-mem-
bers or $175 for all services.
Breakfast is $10 per person.
For ticket information call
Herb Siegel at 407-518-
1627 or Carol Lowenstein at
407-846-6302.
Healing seminar
There will be a How to
Heal the Sick seminar at Cal-
vary Assembly of God, 711
N.. Thacker Ave. in Kissim-
mee on Sept. 23 at 10 a.m.
Participants will learn how to
operate the gifts of the Spirit
to heal through their hands.
St. Cloud
Presbyterian
The church, at 909 10th
Street in St. Cloud, is looking
for volunteers for the choir.
The Church Choir performs
Christmas and Easter cantatas
every year and produces a
musical'CD. Anyone interest-
ed should contact Jeff at 407-
928-5823.
Celebrate Recovery
Celebrate Recovery, a
Christ-centered 12-step
recovery program from
life's hurts, habits and hang-
ups; is offered at First Unit-
ed Methodist Church, 1001
10th St., St. Cloud, every
Sunday. The event begins


at 6 p.m. with worship, tes-
timony and a speaker.
Those attending break into
small groups at 7 p.m. and
fellowship and coffee begins
at 8 p.m.
For more information,
contact Pastor Alexis Talbott
at 407-892-3128.
Welcome Table
Welcome Table Ministries
provides lunches, resume ser-
vices and Christian encour-
agement to areas of need in
Osceola County. Lunches will
be given out on Saturdays. All
services and food are free to
the public. Free resume ser-
vices are also offered to the
community at large. To have
Welcome Table Ministries go
to your neighborhood call
Carlton and Sandra Tynes at
407-932-0767.
Welcome Table Ministries
hosts an informal support
group for women facilitated
by Sandra Tynes the first
Tuesday of each month, from
7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 3680
Fountainbleau Blvd., Kissim-
mee. For details call Tynes at
407-932-0767.

Seniors

Senior College
The Evangelical Lutheran
Good Samaritan Society, in


conjunction with Southwest
Minnesota State University, is
bringing back Senior College
to Good Samaritan Village.
College classes are taught
by experienced faculty mem-
bers. There are no tests or
grades, just fun and learning
in a variety of topics. The
six-week courses, with class
once a week for two hours,
* started Sept. 19. Topics cov-
ered this year include World
War II-A Different Perspec-
tive, Mountain Men of the
West, Where Did the Bible
Come From? and Musicians'
Lives In Their Music.
For more information call
Franca, life enrichment direc-
tor, at 407-933-3242.
Driver safety,
program
The AARP Driver Safety
course, eight-hours over two
days, is designed for drivers
50 and over. The class covers
age-related changes in vision,
hearing and reaction time and
their effect on driving, as well
as tips on road rage. A repre-
sentative from the Florida
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cuss insurance laws. Those
who take the course may be
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Events
Continued from page B-6


The class will be held Oct.
17 and 19 from 9 a.m.-1
p.m. in the second floor
meeting room in KUA's new
building must north of Carroll
Street between John Young
Parkway and Thacker
Avenue. Class will also be
held at the St. Cloud Regional
Medical Center on Oct. 18
and 20.
Fee for the class and book
is $10, preferably by check
payable to AARP. For more
information and to make
reservations call Irwin Missick
at 407-870-5928.
St. Cloud AARP
The group meets the
fourth Monday of the month
at 12:30 p.m. at the St.
Cloud Senior Center, 3101
17th St. Take a covered dish
to share and your own place
setting. For more information
call 407-957-4516.
Senior programs
The following programs are
held at the Oak Street Commu-
nity 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.
Free screenings
Free screenings, for blood
pressure and blood sugar are
available to seniors 55 and
older at the Osceola Council
on Aging Senior Health Clin-
ic. Diagnosis and treatment of
minor illnesses (flu and colds)
and ongoing care of high
blood pressure and diabetes
are available at the clinic,
1099 Shady Lane. Appoint-
ments may be made by call-
ing Ona Pryor at 846-8532,
Ext. 241.


Thrift
Stores

Thriftee Center
In the Hunter Arms build-
ing on 11th Street, St.
Cloud, 407-891-8155.
Winter hours will be 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday. Clean donations
are now welcome. Thank
you for past donations. We
still carry clothing, kitchen
supplies, linens, toys, craft
supplies and more. You
name it, we might have it.
Operated by the Presbyter-
ian Women.
Three Saints
1026 New York Ave. in
St. Cloud, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Monday, Tuesdays, Thurs-
days, Fridays and Saturdays.
Donations may be dropped
off during shop hours. Oper-
ated by the Ladies of St. Luke
and St. Peter Episcopal
Church. For more informa-
tion call the shop at 407-
957-7704.
Good Samaritan
In Good Samaritan Village
4195 S. Orange Blossom
Trail, Kissimmee, 407-944-
4351. Open 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Tuesday through Friday,
and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Costume jewelry, family
apparel, kitchen items, furni-
ture and electronics. Dona-
tions welcome, proceeds go
to the village.
Goodwill Store
Kissimmee Square at
1363 E. Vine St., open
from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mon-
day through Saturday and
from noon to 5 p.m. Sun-
days. Carries all kinds of
new and used items and
also takes donations. Call
407-932-0002.


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Orange County Convention Center. The show fea-
tures more than 500 exhibits as well as seminar
experts. Special guest is Andrew Firestone of The
Bachelor. Tickets are available at the door for $9 for
adults, $5 for children. Save $2 off admission by
bringing a sandwich-sized baggie with pop tabs
(from soda cans etc.) to the ticket window. Pop tabs
will be donated to the Ronald McDonald Houses of
Orlando to help the families of sick children. Limit
one discount per adult full-price admission; no com-
bining of discount offers.


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Meet the Fokkers


ng aces and their planes make for a good show


Flyboys is another one of,
those "based on a true story"
films, but it actually has a lot of
truth built in. Most of the fly-
boys in Flyboys are fictional,
but they are very much based
on the young American men
who volunteered to be a part
of the Lafayette Escadrille
before the U.S., entered the
Great War.
This was a very strange
breed indeed, these young


guys who volunteered to fight
for a French cause that really
had little to do with their own
lives. It was all about valor and
courage, never mind the fact
that they were little more than'
'test pilots in these new-fangled
machines, and the vast majori-
ty of them would be dead after
just a few flights.
This, old-fashioned story
begins with some personal
glimpses on the flyboy heroes.


There's Blaine Rawlings
(James Franco from the Spi-
derman films), a loner from
Texas; Eddie Beagle (David
Ellison), a guy who joins
because he is on the run; Brig-
gs Lowry (Tyler Labine), a rich
kid; Eugene Skinner (Abdul
Salis), the son of a slave, who
found a better life in France as
a boxer than back in America
and joins up to show his appre-
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horrors from nightmares past
return to Universal Orlando
beginning Sept. 29 as Halloween
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will be held on select nights
through Oct. 31. Florida resi-
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Setting advance tickets. Prices
vary by night. Additional dis-
counts are available with special-
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Realistic CGI dogfights over France make Flyboys a fun trip at
movies.


Flyboys
Starring: James Franco,
Jean Reno, Martin Henderson
Director: Tony Bill
Running time: 110 minutes
the Rating: PG-13


Eat (and) drink your way around the world


Food and wine

festival returns

to Epcot

Sept. 29

By Peter Covino
News-Gazette Entertainment Editor
Foicget about eating cake -
let them drink wine for the next
seven weeks gfas Epcot hosts
the 11th annual Food and Wine
Festival.
This is the big event on the
Ep:cot calendar with seminars,
tastin s, dinrrers arnd. of
:-uise. dozens of kiosks offer-
m, to.:d, '.,.inc and beer sam-
plings ti.:n icarounld the world.
It probably the only event
. here -~o: i can eat your way
aAir:und tlhi wv.'.oild iin under 30
minutes Appetizer-sized po:r-
tio:,ns and .viine sarnplin-s are
:ai.ilable 'or i. 1.50-14.50.
But there is no hurry. The
onl', tlhin lirmitino how. much
",,-u eat and drink is time and
nim:n.ti II this will be your first
-time at the festival, or even if
.'-u are an experienced veter-
an. start thin s o.ff at the Festi-
val Welcomre Center
There is champagne and
inre available, plus you can get
a heads-up :n-, hat's ne.', spe-
.:ial i.ents as ',ell as what
v..ine-tastings will be occurring
throiu.gout the da. Before '..ou
e.it the ,:enter, check on when
th-.t ne:-.t ine,-tastin g .ill be,


they are held just a few feet
away, and sample some com-
plimentary wine.
There is always something
new at the food and wine festi-
val and one of this year's new
offerings has absolutely nothing
to do with wine, but it does
come in red and white.
Twinings showcases the lat-
est trends in tea at the 300
Year Celebration of Tea at the
Cottage Garden by the United
Kingdom pavilion. Guests at
the cottage will find that red tea
is the new green tea, a brew
made from the African Rooibos
plant. It's naturally caffeine free
and has lots of anti-oxidants.
The exhibit also features lots of
advice on how to pair tea with
a wide range of food and even
information on cooking with
tea.
But the allure of new-fangled
teas won't last long, not when
there is so much food, wine
and beer to be tasted. The
2006 edition of the festival will
feature more vegetable dishes
than ever before, to keep up
with the changing palate of din-
ers. Choices include curried
butternut squash soup with
naan bread at the India market-
place; vegetable curry at the
Thailand Kiosk; a savory
strudel of carrots, peppers,
onions, zucchini and cabbage
with Remoulade at the Ger-
many marketplace and more
more.
. There will be several new
wine selections as well and for
the first time this year the inter-
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event features hundreds of wine varieties, beer and accom-
panying food. The party starts Sept. 29.
the World Showcase lagoon Wine highlights for this year
will post pairing suggestions of include more choices from
a wine or beer with each menu
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Movie
Continued from page C-1


ciation to his adopted coun-
try.
And Reed Cassidy (Mar-
tin Henderson), the
squadron leader and high-
flying ace, who has no
friends because every friend
he had has already been
killed in the fighting.
They are all under the
command of Capt. George
Thenault (Jean Reno).
While all of the other char-
acters are, based on pilots,
Thenault is the only real
name used in the film.
While the intertwining
stories of pilot training,
romance, suspected spies
etc. are at least interesting
enough, it all only serves as
a backdrop to the real star
of the show: all those dog-
fights.
Flyboys makes great use
of computer effects. Those
planes flying and diving and
exploding in flames look
.very much like the real
thing. And it looks like a lot
of work went into each
scene to give the air battles
distinct personalities.
Flyboys certainly doesn't
break any new ground in the
telling and re-telling of war
stories. The plot here is
pretty much run of the mill,
but it's told with the wide-
eyed innocence of those
early films.
And all those eye-poppin'
special effects will make you
feel like you are doing battle
with the infamous Red Baron.

What happens when a
bunch of barflies are, con-
fronted by a pack of carnivo-
rous monsters in the middle
of nowhere?
Well, they get eaten of
course.
And boy, do they get
eaten. Feast, the third Pro-
ject Greenlight, has got to
be the wittiest, if not the


scariest horror film you can
see in 2006.
There's no rhyme or rea-
son to this film: a group of
20 or so patrons of the Beer
Tap Tavern are suddenly
and inexplicably attacked by
a pack of monsters.
Populated by a bunch of
characters with names like
Grandma, Boss Man,
Honey Pie, Hot Wheels (a
young guy in a wheel chair)
and a hero called Hero,
Feast is a creative look at
the horror genre that just
might help bring back the
midnight movie.
In fact, midnight Saturday
(it was also screened Friday
night) is the only time you
will be able to see this film
in Central Florida. The film
is .also scheduled to be
released on DVD in Octo-
ber, but midnight in a movie
theater is its proper setting.
Amazingly graphic (wait
until you get a load of the
guy who has his eye ripped
out), Feast breaks all the
conventional rules of horror
movie making. Each character
is introduced with a convenient
"caption" on-screen that tells
you his/her name and their
chances of surviving the film.
But just as you think you know
who the hero is, he is eaten. In
through the front door comes
a woman named Heroine who
warns everyone that this is just
the beginning. And after a few
minutes of bravura, she too is
a victim.
No one is safe in Feast,
including the conventionally
safe small child hiding in a
closet. And not even Jason
Mewes (of Clerks fame). He
is introduced as Jason
Mewes, an actor who amaz-
ingly still has a career,
before he too is eaten.
The production of Feast
was documented in the nine-
part reality series Project


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you are talking about Feast, a horror film that is
extreme in gore, but also good for a lot of laughs. The
film is in limited release this weekend only in Central
Florida, but it will be available on DVD soon.


Greenlight 3 on the Bravo
Network. The featured play-
ers included the film's direc-
tor John Gulager and the
screenplay writers Patrick
Melton and Marcus Dun-
stan. A little sidenote:
Gulager's father, veteran
actor Clu Gulager, plays the
bartender. Also in the cast
is rocker Henry Rollins.
There is no let up in
Feast. The action is fast,


. the attacks are furious, and
there is enough gore and
mayhem here for a half-
dozen horror films.
And all of it is wonderful-
ly unpredictable.
Critic's Rating: B.
Rated R for violence
and language.
Contact Peter Covino at
407-846-7600, Ext. 206.
E-mail at pcovino@
osceolanewsgazette.com


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Argentina. Argentina has
gained on Chilean wines in
popularity in 'recent years,
$aid Epcot beverage manag-
er Jason Cha-Kim. Argenti-
na is famous for its Malbec
full-bodied red, he said.
Bodegas Salentein Malbec
'ill be available at the
Argentina marketplace
where it pairs well with
spicy beef empanadas.
Also big this year is the
Austrian Gruner Veltliner
(SGruVee for those in the
know), a pale crisp medium-
bodied wine. You can get it by
lie bottle'at the Festival Wel-
come Center.
Pinot noirs continue to
dominate, a phenomena that
legan with the film Sideways.


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SESAME STREET LIVE
ORLANDO It's Super.
Grover Ready for Action in the
newest Sesame Street Live pro-
duction coming to the UCF
Arena Oct. 5-8. The show fea-
tures .many popular Sesame
Street characters singing lots of
song, while teaching timeless
lessons for all ages. Tickets are
$12-$20 and are available via
Ticketmaster at 407-839-3966
or online at www.ticketmas-
lte.com.

EXHIBrT RECiPlilON
KISSIMMEE-There dill e
a special reception with Tom
Tompkins at the Osceola Cen-,
ter for the Arts Oct. 8.from
ioon until 4 p.m. Tompkins will
be on hand to discuss his jour-


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Pinots will be available by the
bottle at the welcome center
and along the lagoon includ-
ing at the New Zealand mar-
ketplace.
And don't forget about the
brews, even though this is a
wine festival. The Hops and
Barley Market includes nine
different types of Samuel
Adams beers, including a festi-
val exclusive. Even Budweiser
will showcase Peels, a malt
beverage made with fruit juice
and 5 percent alcohol. There
are also seminars, cooking
demonstrations and weekly
dining events such as the pop-
ular Party for the Senses, a
wining and dining experience
held each Saturday night.


neys, his adventures and his
photographs at the Sojourns
exhibit at the center. His pho-
tographs will be on exhibit
through Oct. 29. The collection
features more than 270 pho-
tographs. Books featuring the
collection will also be available
for purchase. All proceeds from
the books benefit the center.
COLONIAL CRAFTS
ST. AUGUSTINE The
city's Colonial Arts and Crafts
Festival returns to the Colonial
Spanish Quarter Museum Oct.
7-8. The festival features skilled
craftsmen in authentic period
clothing demonstrating a wide
range of crafts used in the Span-


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champagnes and beers as well
as 25 chefs preparing accom-
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it's hard to put these pieces together again


All the King's
Men is only a
so-so remake
of a classic
Willie Stark may have
appealed to the masses in
the Pulitzer Prize-winning
book All the King's Men,
but his chances of appealing
to audiences in 2006 are
practically nil.


Sean Penn gives one of
the most interesting perfor-
mances in his career as
Stark, Robert Penn War-
ren's interpretation of
Louisiana Gov. Huey Long.
Penn is great at flapping his
arms and delivering lots of
"everyman" prose as, he
rises to the top of Louisiana
politics, only to be corrupt-
ed. But also seeing him
there, in this bigger-than-life
portrayal, you also almost
expect him to sit a piano
and start bellowing "Great
Balls of Fire."
The film in which he is
topped-billed, along with
Jude Law, falls far short of
greatness. It is a confusing,
at times difficult to under-
. stand tale, that has more of
a soap opera feel in the sec-
ond. half as 'Law (journal-
ist/narrator Jack' Burden)
follows his heart to aristo-


crat Anne Stanton (Kate
Winslet). Along the way, he
is corrupted by the power of
Stark and becomes his
instrument as he follows a
trail that will lead to the
downfall of the judge
(played by Anthony Hop-
kins) who practically
brought him up.
There are other problems
in All the King's Men as
well (along with the absolute
fact that was a remake of an
Academy Award-winning
film really necessary?),
including the change of the
original, setting of the
Depression era, where it,
belongs, to post-World War
II. Director Steve Zaillian's
choice of putting mostly
British actors together is
questionable at best, result-,
ing in a varying degree of


Louisiana accents, many of
them probably unintelligible,
even if you are from
Louisiana.
And then there is the
musical score, by James
Horner, which swells at the
wrong time, and is just
annoying at others.
It all adds, up to a mostly
unsatisfying movie, which
was understandably switched
from its original scheduled
release of Christmas 2005,
to the fall of 2006- where it
will be more quickly forgot-
ten.
Critic's rating: C
All the Kings Men is
rated PG-13 for some
adult content.
Contact Peter Covino at
407-846-7600, Ext. 206.
E-mail at pcovino@
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1. Feast Of course
this is not the best film you
can see this weekend, but as
horror films go, it really is
one of a kind. Set only for a
midnight movie showing
Saturday night, Feast is a
comic-gorefest about a
bunch of barflies being
attacked by monsters. R.
2. Flyboys Old-fash-
ioned war movie, with
World War I as its setting.
There ;aren't any big-name
stars here, just lots of supe-
rior CGI effects in the skies
above France. PG-13.
3. The Illusionist -It's
an intriguing story about a
magic man with seemingly
supernatural powers.
Edward Norton stars as the
Illusionist with a secret love,
and Paul Giamatti is the
police inspector who
admires his handiwork.
Rated R.
4. Roving Mars Now
at the Orlando Science Cen-
ter Cinedome, Roving Mars
is as close as you can get to
the Red Planet without don-
ning a spacesuit. The big
screen show is made up of
the thousands of images
shot by the twin Mars
Rovers Spirit and Opportu-
nity, which are still explor-
ing the planet. Unrated.
Suitable for all audiences.'
5. Little Miss Sunshine
- It is still the most creative
film of the summer and really
deserves to be seen. The big
hit at the Sundance Film Fes-
tival is about a dysfunctional
family on a road trip to
Redondo Beach. Rated R.
6. Monster House -
This wasn't exactly a favorite
when it was screened about a
month ago, but its great ani-
mation and adult attitudes in a
kid's film really grows on you.
Featuring the voices of Steve
Buscemi, Catherine O'Hara,
Jon Heder, Jason Lee, Kath-
leen Turner and Maggie Gyl-
lenhaal. Rated PG.
7. Accepted This is the


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giant screen at the Orlando Science Center is one
of this week's best bets at the movies. Unless you
plan on being on a spaceship to Mars sometime
this century, it is as close as you will ever get to
the Red Planet.


best film that looked like it
was easy to hate judging by
the trailers so far this year.
Justin Long (Jeepers Creep-
ers) shows surprising range as
a comedian in this goofy Ani-
mal House for the 21st centu-
ry. Long plays a young guy
who can't get in any normal'
college, so he creates his own,
and soon attracts a large
assortments of misfits and:
wannabes. Rated PG-13.-
8. World Trade Center
- Director Oliver Stone
does not get controversial in-
this based-on-a-true-story of
two survivors found in the
rubble of the trade towers.
Nicolas Cage and Michael
Pena play Port Authority
cops who are part of. the
rescue mission but then get
trapped in the debris after
the 'towers come tumbling
down. Rated PG-13. -
9. Hollywoodland In
the summer of Superman
Returns, why not have a film
that depicts the tale of the
mystery surrounding the death
of TV's Superman, George
Reeves. Hollywoodland stars
Ben Affleck as Reeves, a man
whose "suicide" has been in


question for 50 years. The
film also stars Adrian Brody as
a smalltime private investiga-
tor. R.
10. All the Kings Men
Here's a remake that was
completely unnecessary.,
Sean Penn stars as Louisiana
common man Willie Starks
who becomes governor. Also.
with Jude Law, Kate Winslet
and Anthony Hopkins. Stick
with the original, which won
best picture and best actor,
back in 1949. PG-13.
11. The Black Dahlia
The trailer is better than
the film'. Brian DePalma's
latest has a few good scenes,
but this story based on the
famous Los Angeles murder
case "The Black Dahlia" is
needlessly complex. R.
.12. Snakes on a Plane
The Internet sensation
didn't' exactly knock 'em
'dead at the box office. The:
no advance preview policy
for the press probably didn't
help any, but the Samuel L.
Jackson film about snakes let
loose on a commercial plane
actually got some fairly
decent reviews after the
fact. PG-13.


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By Peter Covino
News-Gazette Entertainment Editor
Morton's Steakhouse and
Velocity Broadcasting .have
teamed up for an upscale din-
ing experience featuring jazz
artist Wynton Marsalis.
Guests at Morton's. will
dine in the private Velocity
High Definition Suite while
watching an exclusive per-
formance of Marsalis in a
digital theater setting. .
The Oct. 6-7 event is. at. 8
p.m. and features, a four-
course dinner. The dining
room is equipped with .a
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projection system and sur-
round sound with 11 speak-
ers. The event will happen
simultaneously at Morton's
locations throughout 'the
country.
This is the first in a series
of dining concert experi-
ences for the restaurant.
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of the event.
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tion call Jenna Romanach at
407-248-3485.
There's more dining fun
at Morton's Sept. 29 at
wine tasting that is much
more than a wine tasting.
The restaurant will host a
wine p blending seminar
where participants can test
their own wine making
skills. Franciscan Oakville
Estate Vineyars will host the
event and will have an
expert on hand who will
lead a step-by-step, hands-
on demonstration on the
fine art of blending wine.
Seminar participants will
be provided with all the
essentials, including wine
glasses, pipettes for blend-
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and the all-important vari-
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The Franciscan expert will
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Let them drink beer.
The kegs will never run
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Beer, Festival at CityWalk at
Universal Orlando. The' 8th
annual event returns to the
attraction Nov. 11-12 with
dozens of brewers and dis-
tributors from around the
country. In addition to just.
about every kind of beer
imaginable, there is lots of
eating going on as well dur-
ing the weekend. There is
more information at Univer-
salorlando.com.


Also at Universal City-
Walk, every Thuisdav.' is
ladies night at the Red
Coconut Club. Ladies
receive complimentary ad-
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evening; one cornplinmertarui
Grey Goose ,or Bacardi
drink and half-priced Grey
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as well as martinis and'
appetizers throughout the

evening.,
Regular admission to Red
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There is complirnentaryv valet
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receipt.
Donates Pizza is expand-
ing its menu with a new arti-
sar~ bread crust for its fla-
vored Edge-to-Edge pizza.
The restaurant is also intro-
ducing the Ciabatta pizza,
available with all of the com-
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a crispier, heartier crust.r-
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By Peter Covino
News-Gazette Entertainment Editor
Universal Orlando has
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The new ticket, available
for $85, allows up to seven
days unlimited admission to
both Universal theme parks.
Universal officials say the tick-
et costs less than a one-day
Walt Disney World ticket with
a Park hopper option.
Consumers can purchase
the new multi-day ticket from
Universal's Web site www.uni-
versalorlando.com, AAA loca-
tions, travel agencies and tour
operators.

Disney's Year of a Million
Dreams is set to. start Oct. 1.
The year-long celebration
includes some new attractions
as well as a random process
that will award guests with sur-
prises, large and small.
The "impossible" dreams
include overnight experiences
at both Disneyland and Disney
World, including an overnight
stay at the suite' inside Cin-
derella Castle. Other prizes
include an around the world
travel experience that will let
someone serve as.grand mar-
shal in a Disney parade.
New attractions' and shows
coming to the Disney com-
plex before the year ends
include The Seas with Nemo
& Friends. The Epcot attrac-
tion comes to The Seas with
Nemo & Friends Pavilion, for-
merly The Living Seas.
r-Also opening later this year


will be Finding Nemo- The
Musical at Animal Kingdom
and The Laugh Floor Comedy
Club at Tomorrowland at the
Magic Kingdom. The new
show features the characters
from Monsters, Inc.-
Also coming soon to Disney
is the return of Mickey's Not-So-
Scary Halloween Party. The
specially-ticketed bash at the
Magic Kingdom returns for spe-
cial nights throughout October.,
Guests are invited to dress in
costume and trick-or-treat
through the park from 7 p.m. to
midnight. Events include a spe-
cial Halloween parade and the
Happy Hallowishes fireworks
show. Admission is $42.95 plus
tax for adults and $35,95 for
children ages 3-9. Advance tick-
ets are available. Many nights
sell out in advance for the popu-
lar event. Call 407-W-DISNEY
or visit onlife at www.Disney-
world.com/halloween.
0QQ
Also upcoming at Univer-
sal is the Orlando Beer Festival.
The kegs will never run out at
the 8th annual festival at City-
Walk at Universal Orlando. The
event returns to the attraction
Nov. 11-12 with dozens of
brewers and distributors from
around the country. In addition
to just about every kind of beer
imaginable, there is lbts of eat-
ing going on as well during the
weekend. There is more infor-
mAtion at Universalorlando.
com.
Also at Universal City-
Walk, every Thursday is
ladies night at the Red
Coconut Club. Ladies receive
complimentary admission
throughout the evening;.
one complimentary Grey
Goose or Bacardi drink and
half-priced Grey Goose and
Bacardi drinks, as well as mar-
tinis and appetizers ,through-
out the evening.,
Contact Peter Covino at
407-846-7600, Ext. 206.
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St. Cloud Twin
Gridiron Gang (PG-13),
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weekends: 1 p.m.; Satur-
day late show: 9:30 p.m.
How to Eat Fried Worms
(PG), daily: 4:30 p.m. and
7:30 p.m.; weekends: 1:30
p.m.; Saturday late show:
9:35 p.m.
A.M.C. Celebration
Gridiron Gang (PG-13),
Saturday: 11:30 a.m., 2:10
p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m.
and 10:10 p.m.; Sunday:
1:30 p.m., 4:15 p.m. and 7
p.m.; weekdays: 5 p.m. and
7:45 p.m.
How to Eat Fried Worms
(PG), Saturday: 11:45 a.m.,
1:45.p.m., 3:45 p.m., 5:40
-p.m., 7:40 p.m. and 9:45
p.m.; Sunday: 1:45 p.m.,
3:40 p.m.,, 5:35 p.m. and
7:30 p.m.; weekdays: 5:15
p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Regal Loop 16
(Late shows
Friday & Saturday only)
Accepted (PG-13), 1:25
p.m., 4:10 p.m., 9:35 p.m.
.and 11:55 p.m.
*All the King's Men (PG-
13), 1:05 p.m., 4:25 p.m.,
* 7:35 p.m. and 10:40 p.m.
I The Black Dahlia (R), 7
p.m.
, The Covenant (PG-13),
1:35 p.m., 4:20 p.m., 7:10
p.m., 9:45 p.m. and 12:20
a.m.
Crank (R), 12:55 p.m., 3:10
p.m., 5:30 p.m., 8 p;m.,
10:20 p.m. and 12:25 a.m.
Everyone's Hero (G),
12.40 p.m., 2:50 p.m., 5:15
p.m., 7:45 p.m., 9:50 p.m..
and 12:10 a.m.
*Flyboys (PG-13), 12:50
p.m., 4:05 p.m., 7:25 p.m.
and 10:45 p.m.
Gridiron Gang (PG-13),
12:35 p.m., 1:15 p.m., 3:35
p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:10 p.m.,
7:40 p.m., 10:15 p.m. and
10:45 p.m.
The lllusionist (PG-13),
*-1:10 p.m., 3:55 p.m., 7:50
.:p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
Invincible (PG-13), 1:10
p.m., 3:55 p.m., 7:10 p.m.,
9:50 p.m. and 12:25 a.m.
*Jackass: Number Two (R),
12:30 p.m., 1:20 p.m., 3:15
:p.m., 4 p.m., 7 p.m., 7:30 p.m.,
9:30 p.m., 10 p.m., Midnight
and 12:25 a.m.
,. *Jet Li's Fearless (PG-
;13), 1:45 p.m., 4:40 p.m.,
; 7:20 p.m., 10:10 p.m. and
12:45 a.m.
S-The Last Kiss (R), 1
,-p.m.,.3:40 p.m., 7:15 p.m.,
1-10:05 p.m. and 12:40 a.m.
The Protector (R), 1:40
:p.m., 4:35 p.m., 7:55 p.m.,
10:25 p.m. and 12:45 a.m.
*School for Scoundrels
;.(PG-13), Sneak preview
* Saturday at 7 p m.
' The Wicker Man (PG-13),
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* p.m., 9:40 p.m. and 12:15 a.m.
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& Saturday only)
Accepted (PG-13), 2:15
p.m. and 7:25 p.m.
*All the King's Men (PG-
13), 11:30 a.m., 1:15 p.m.,
3:40 p.m., 4:30 p.m.. 6:45
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a.m., 1:50 p.m., 4:35,p.m;.
and 6:40 p.m.
The Black Dahlia (R),
11:40 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 3:50
p.m., 5:15 p.m., 6:40 p.m.,
8:05 p.m., 9:25 p.m., 10:55
p.m. and 12:05 a.m.
The Covenant (PG-13),
12:35 p.m., 3 p.m., 5:25
p.m., 7:45 p.m., 10:05 p.m.,
and 12:20 a.m.
Crank (R), 11:05 a.m.,
1:20 p.m., 3:25 p.m., 5:30
p.m., 7:45 p.m., 9:55 p.m.
and Midnight.
'Everyone's Hero (G),
11:15 a.m., Noon, 1:30
p.m., 2:20 p.m., 4:35 p.m.,
5:20 p.m., 6:55 p.m., 7:40
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11:15 p.m., Midnight.
*Flyboys (PG-13), 12:45
p.m., 4:05 p.m., 7:15 p.m.
and 10:30 p.m.
Gridiron Gang (PG-13),
11:35 a.m., 1 p.m., 3:10
p.m., 5 p.m., 6:50 p.m.,
7:50 p.m., 9:45 p.m., 10:50
p.m. and 12:35 a.m.
*Haven (R), 11:10 a.m., 2
p.m., 4:40 p.m., 7:20 p.m.
and 10:25 p.m.
Hollywoodland (R),
11:25 a.m., 4:45 p.m. and
10:10 p.m.
The Illusionist (PG-13),
11:05 a.m., 1:55 p.m., 4:25
p.m., 7:10 p.m., 9:50 p.m.
and 12:20 a.m.
Invincible (PG), 11:10
a.m., 2:50 p.m., 5:20 p.m.,
8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.,
*Jackass: Number Two
(R), 11:55 a.m., 1:10 p.m.,
2:25 p.m., 3:35 p.m., 4:55
p.m., 5:50 p.m., 7:30 p.m.,
8:15 p.m., 10 p.m., 10:45
p.m. and 12:30 a.m.


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*Jet Li's Fearless (PG-
13), 11:20 a.m., .1:55 p.m.,
4:20 p.m., 7 p.m., 9:35 p.m.
and 12:10 a.m.
The Last Kiss (R), 11:45L
a.m., 2:55 p.,m., 5:35 p.m.,
8:05 p.m. and 10:35 p.m.
, Little Miss Sunshine (R),
11:50 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 5:05
p.m., 7:35 p.m. and 10:05 p.m.
Pirates of the
Caribbean: Dead Man's
Chest (PG-13), 1:30 p.m.
and 7:05 p.m.
The Protector (R), 11
a.m., 1:25 p.m.,'4:35 p.m.,,


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10:10 p.m. and 12:15 a.m.
*School for Scoundrels
(PG-13), Sneak preview
Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Snakes on a Plane (R), 9
p.m. and 11:30 p.m.
Step Up (PG-13), 11 a.m.,
4:45 p.m. and 10:20 p.m.
Talladega Nights: The
Ballad of Ricky Bobby
(PG-13), 11:15 a.m., 4:50
p.m. and 9:45 p.m.
The Wicker Man (PG-13),
2:10 p.m., 7:20 p.m. and
12:15 a.m.
Touch Star/South Chase
Barnyard: The Original
Party Animals (PG), 1:20
p.m. and 3:45 p.m.
The Covenant (PG-13),
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*Feast (R), 1:25 p.m.,,
4:15 p.m., 7:20 p.m. and
9:55 p.m.
Gridiron Gang (PG-13),
12:55 p.m., 3:50 p.m., 7
p.m. and 10 p.m.
*Jackass Number Two
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7:10 p.m. and 10:05 p.m.
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna
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The Wicker Man (PG-13),
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World Trade Center (PG-
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Florida laws protect your right OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE
to know and provide that certain
legal proceedings be published
for your information and


PublIC NoticeOs


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehi-
cles on the dates listed below at
9:00 A.M., at 4691 South
Orange Blossom Trail, Kissim-
mee, Florida 34746-6231, pur-
suant to Subsection 713,78 of
the Florida Statutes.
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
reserves the right to accept or
reject any and/or all bids
OCTOBER 12, 2006
1) 1994 DODGE
VIN #' 2B4GH45R6RR698801
OCTOBER 16, 2006
1) 1995 FORD
VIN #: 1FMDU34XXSZB68866
2) 1992 MAZDA
VIN # 1YVGD22B9N5201302
OCTOBER 17, 2006
1) 2002 GENERAL
MOTORS CORP.
VIN #- 1GTCS19W528113547
OCTOBER 18, 2006
1) 2001 CHRYSLER
yjNLLfCQ3_L45U81 N663096
OCTOBER 20 2006
1) 1991 HONDA
VIN #: 1HGCB7256MA042036
2) 1988 PONTIAC
yNJt;.JriL2T210,J344809Q
OCTOBER 21, 2000
1) 2004 FORD
YVN.#' 1FTSW3lpQ4FPB7978
OCTOBER 23, 2008
1) 2005 HYUNDAI,
VIN #' KMHDN46845U086445
OCTOBER 25, 2006
1) 1989 CHEVROLET
VIN #: 1GCCS14Z8K2170149
2) 1997 BUICK
V.1NJL20G4WS52M8V1462038
September 23, 2006


NORTH CAROLINA,
BURKE COUNTY
IN THE GENERAL
COURT OF JUSTICE,
DISTRICT COURT DIVISION
03-J-168.
IN THE MATTER OF:
THOMAS JUSTIN MASON
C1 r -I' i l .

NOTICE OF SERVICE OF
PROCESS BY PUBLICATION
To: CHRISTINE DIANE
FLORES BENNETT
TAKE NOTICE that a motion/
petition .:.: ;.- termination of
your ,-.-, ..ili rights to the
3b-'..-liid minor child has
..,- I i n the above-entitled
action. The nature of the motion/
petition and the relief sought is
for the Court to conduct a hear-
ing and determine pursuant to
N.C.G.S. 7B-1111, that you
have neglected the minor child;
that you have willfully left the
minor child in foster care for
more than 12 months without
showing to the satisfaction of the
court that reasonable progress
under 'the circumstances has
been made in correcting those
conditions which led to the
removal of the minor child; that
you willfully abandoned the
minor child for at least six con-
secutive months. immediately
preceding the filing of the
motion/ petition; and that your
parental rights with. respect to
another. minor child have been
termihnted by a court of compe-
:-,. ..1,: .I'i.:.,-, 5,- .:.._ lack the
I .I: :' :e.I r a safe
home.
You are hereby notified to
re-r rd n_"..r h.. --~~~o -
i I J .1" 1:1-1 5 : I.I1: i ill-
ten answer to the motion/ peti-
tion to terminate your parental


rights filed in this matter must be
served on the movant/ petitioner,
the Burke County Department of
Social Services, or its under-
signed attomey, within thirty (30)
days after September 16, 2006,
and a copy thereof must be filed
in the Office of the Clerk of
Superior Court of Burke County.
If you fail to do so, the movant/
petitioner will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the
motion/ petition and your
parental rights to the minor child
will be terminated. If you are indi-
gent, you are entitled to appoint-
ed counsel, and you may con-
tact the Office of the Clerk of
Superior Court of Burke County
immediately to request such
counsel. This is a new case, and
any attorney appointed previ-
ously will not represent you in
this proceeding unless ordered
by the Court.
DATED this the 13th day of
September 2006._
STEPHEN M. SCHOEBERLE
Attomey for the Movant/
Petitioner, the Burke County
Department of Social Services
P.O. Drawer 549
700 E. Parker Road
Morganton, NC 28880-0549
(828) 439-4389
September 18, 23, 30, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION.
Case Number: Cl 06-MF-0927.
DIVISION:20.
INDYMAC BANK, F.S.B.,. AS
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST
TO INDYMAC MORTGAGE
HOLDINGS Inc.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSE C. VEGA, et al.,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
August 29, 2006, and entered in
Case Number: Cl 06-MF-0927,
of the Circuit Court of the NINTH
Judicial Circuit, in and for
OSCEOLA Counrty, Florida,
wherein INDYMAC BANK
F.S.B., as SUCCESSOR IN
INTEREST TO INDYMAC
MORTGAGE HOLDINGS Inc.,
is the Plaintiff, and JOSE C.
VEGA; CYPRESS SHADOWS
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA-
TION Inc.; MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS INCORPORATED, AS
NOMINEE FOR MORTGAGEIT;
TENANT # 1, n/k/a JOSE VEGA
Sr.; TENANT # 2, n/k/a
MYRTELINA NEAVES, are the
Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash
at the Osceola County Court-
house, 2 Courthouse Square,
Suite 2600, Room 2602, Kissim-
mee, Florida 34741, at 11:00
A.M. on the 29th day of SEP-
TEMBER 2006, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judqment: -
Lot 81, of CYPRESS SHAD-
OWS, Unit One, according to the
Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat
Book 16, at Pages 60, 61 and
62, of the Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida..
a/k/a 4413 Creeks Run Boule-
vard Kissimmee FL34746
Any person claiming an Inter-
est in the surplus from the sale,


if any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Lis
Pendens, must file a claim with-
in sixty (60) days after the sale;
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 post 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 12th day
of September 2006.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT-
'By: /s/Stacle Garmany
STACIE GARMANY
As Depqty Clerk
Invoice to:
ECHEVARRIA,
CODILIS & STAWIARSKI
Post Office Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F06006480
September 16, 23, 2006


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC AUCTION
The vehicles listed below shall
be sold auction free of all prior
liens for cash at MAGIC TOWS,
2760 Lake Vista Drive, Klsalm-
mee, Florida 34744, on OCTO-
BER 13,2006, at 10 A.M.
-Phone #* (407) 847-5333,
1) 1990 JEEP Cherokee
VIN #: 1J4FT28L6LL158626
2) 1997 MITSUBISHI Galant,
4 door
VIN #: 4A3AJ56G7VE015296
3) 1988 PONTIAC Grand Am.
2 door
VIN #: 1G2NE14D5JC751707
4) 1991 DODGE Caravan
VIN #* 2B7GK113XMR182549
September 23, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
Case Number Cl 06-MF-1202.
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE OF ARGENT MORT-
GAGE SECURITIES, Inc.
ASSET BACKED PASS
THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2005-W5 UNDER THE
POOLING AND SERVICING
AGREEMENT DATED AS OF
NOVEMBER 1, 2005, WITH-
OUT RECOURSE, .
Plaintiff,
vs.
LARRIE A. HOWARD;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
LARRIE A. HOWARD;
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANT(s)
IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated the 5th day of
September 2006, and entered in
Case Number: Cl 06-MF-1202,
of the Circuit Court of the Ninth
Judicial Circuit in and for Osceo-
la County, Florida, wherein
DEUTSCHE BANNINATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS


TRUSTEE OF ARGENT
MORTGAGE SECURITIES Inc.
ASSET BACKED PASS
THROUGH CERTIFICATES
SERIES 2005-W5 UNDER THE
POOLING AND SERVICING
AGREEMENT DATED AS OF
NOVEMBER 1, 2005, WITH-
.OUT RECOURSE, is the Plain-
tiff, and LARRIE A. HOWARD;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF LAR-
RIE A. HOWARD; JOHN DOE;
JANE DOE, AS UNKNOWN
TENANT (s) IN POSSESSION
OF THE SUBJECT PROPER-
TY, are the Defendants. I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for.
cash at the OSCEOLA COUN-
TY COURTHOUSE, 2 Court-
house Square, Suite 2600,
Room 2602, Kissimmee, Flori-
da, at 11:00 A.M., on the 29th
day of SEPTEMBER 2006, the
following described property as
set forth In said Final Judgment,
to wit-
Lot Ten (10) of Block Three Hun-
dred Eighty-Two (382) of THE
LAKEFRONT ADDITION TO
THE TOWN OF ST. CLOUD,
Osceola County, State of Flod-
da, according to the Official Plat
files recorded In the Office of the
Clerk of Court of Osceola Coun-
ty, Florida,, on the 27th day of
September A.D. 1910, In Plat
Book "B", on Pages 81, 62, 63,
64
Any person claiming an Inter-
eat In the surplus from the sale,
If any, other than the property.
owner as of the sale date of the
LUs Pendens, 'must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the
sale,
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs accommoda-
Non 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 12th day of
September 2006.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Stacie Garmany
STACIE GARMANY
As Deputy Clerk
Attorneys for Plaintiff:
Law Office of:
MARSHALL C. WATSON, P.A.
1800 N.W. 49th Street
Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1-(800) 441-2438
September 16, 23, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR THE
COUNTY OF OSCEOLA,
STATE OF FLORIDA.
Case Number Cl 06-OC-2028.
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF
1994 RED VOLVO
VIN #: YV1JS8611R1175727
AND .
$4,012.00 in U.S. CURRENCY
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDINGS
TO ANY AND ALL PERSONS
WHO CLAIM AN INTEREST IN
THE FOLLOWING PROPER-
TY,
1994 RED VOLVO
VIN #: YV1JS8611R1175727


AND
$4 012 00 in U S CURRENCY
The Osceola County Sheriff's
Office seized the above
described property on or about
August 21, 2006, in Osceola
County, Florida. A Complaint for
Forfeiture, pursuant to the Flori-
da Contraband Forfeiture Act,
Sections 932.701-707, Florida
Statutes (2004) has been filed In
the Circuit Court in and for
OSCEOLA County.
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 Sheriffs Office
2601 E. Irlo Bronson Highway
Kissimmee, Florida
Telephone: (407) 348-1100
Florida Bar No.: 0_286060.
September 16, 23, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE gth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
CIVIL DIVISION
Case Number, Cl 05-MF-0730.
DMC MORTGAGE Co., d/b/a
DORAL MORTGAGE CORP.,
Plaintiff,
vs .
RAFAEL A. RIVERA SANTIA-
GO; WATERWAY VILLAGE OF
KISSIMMEE HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION' Inc.; JOHN
DOE, AND ALL OTHERS IN
POSSESSION;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION -
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE-
PROPERTY
To: RAFAEL A. RIVERA SANTI-
AGO, if living, and if married,
including any unknown spouse,
if defendant deceased, respec-
tive unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, creditors,
lienors, trustees and all other
persons claiming by, through',
under or against them.
Residence: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage
on the following described prop-
erty in Osceola County Florida'
Lot 4176, Block 59, WATER-
WAY VILLAGE, according to the
plat thereof as recorded in Plat
E.:.: -. Page 111,' Public
Records of Osceola County,
Florida
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
to it on: SERGIO L. MENDEZ,
Esquire., MENDEZ AND
MENDEZ, the Plaintiffs Attor-
ney, whose address is 1500 San
Remo Avenue, Suite .290,
Gables, Florida 33146 on or
before OCTOBER 23, 2006, file
the original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or immediate-
ly thereafter; otherwise a default.
will be entered, against you for
the relief demanded in the com-
plaint.
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.
DATED on this 19th day of
September 2006.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/ Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
September 23, 30, 2006
October 7, 14, 2006


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
FOR ENGINEERING
SERVICES
PORTOFINO VISTA
COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
The Portofino Vista Com-
munity Development District,
located in the City of St. Cloud,
Osceola County, Florida,
announces that professional
engineering services will be
required on a continuing basis
for planning, preparing reports
and plans, designs and specifi-
cations for Water Management
Facilities, Water, Wastewater
and Irrigation Facilities, Bridges
or Culverts, Roadways, Land-
scaping, Conservation and Miti-
gation Areas and other public
improvements and community
facilities authorized by Chapter
190, Florida Statutes,
The engineering firm selected
will act In the general capacity of
District Engineer and provide the
above engineering services as
required. Any firm or Individual
desiring to provide professional
services to the' District must fur-
nish a resume of Its quallfica-'
tions and past experience- on
Standard Forms No. 254 and
255 with pertinent supporting
data.
The District will review all
applicants and will comply with
the State procedures as estab-
lished by the Consultant's Com-
petitive Negotiations Act, Chap-
ter 287, Florida Statutes. All
applicants interested must sub-
mit six (6) copies each Standard
Forms No. 254 and 255 and let-
ter of interest by October 6,
2006, to the attention of Jennifer
McConnell, Portofino Vista
Community Development Dis-
trict, 5701 N. Pine Island Rd.,
Suite 370, Fort Lauderdale Flori-
da, 33321, phone number 954-
721-8681, ext. 203.
Rich Hans
District Manager
September 23, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 49 2006-PR-000222.
DIVISION: Probate.
IN RE: ESTATE OF
REFORM PHILLIPS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
Estate of REFORD PHILLIPS,
deceased, whose date of death
was November 7, 2005, and
whose Social Security Number
is: 301-34-1527, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Osceola
County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion; the address of which is: 2
C.:.,riil-.:. .j qu ,.:.0, Suite 2000,,
iT .:.- .:.-,.ia 34741. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.


All creditors of the decedent
and other persons 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
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY (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
decedent's estate, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT 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 the first publica-
tion of this Notice Is: September
23, 2006.
Personal Representative:
/a/Lynette Davone Weber
LYNETTE DAVONE WEBER
4463 Secon d Creek Road
Blanchester, Ohio 45107
Attorney for
Personal Representative:
/s/Haseeb R. Jabbar
HASEEB R. JABBAR
Florida Bar No.: 0010440
SMITH, BROWN, P.L
533 Versailles Drive
Maitland, Florida 32751
Telephone: (407) 599-0002
September 23, 30, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR THE
COUNTY OF OSCEOLA,
STATE OF FLORIDA.
Case Number: Cl 06-OC-1008.
Division No.: 20.
Judge: R. James Stroker.
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF
Twenty Thousand Eight Hun-
dred Forty Dollars and no/cents


($20,840.00) in U.S. Currency
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: Anton Devane Corbett
1044 Arkansas Street
Clewiston, FL 33440
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to forfeit your interest in
the above-described property in
Osceola County, Florida, has
been filed, and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, on Petitioner's
attorney, GERALD D.
SIEBENS, Assistant Attorney
General, Office of the Attorney
General, 501 East Kennedy
Boulevard, Suite 1100, Tampa,
Florida 33602, if you wish to
contest this forfeiture action on
or before OCTOBER 23, 2006,
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on Petitioner's attorney
or immediately thereafter. If you
fail to .,do so, a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition,
. In accordance with the Ameri-
cans with Disabilities Act, if you
are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation
In order to participate In this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provisions of
certain assistance. Please con-
tact Osceola County's Court
Administration at Two Court-
house Square, Suite 6300,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741, Tele-
phone: (407) 343-2417, within
two (2) working days of your
receiptof this (described notice);
If you are hearing or voice
Impaired, call 1 -800-955-8771.
DATED on this 18th day of
September 2006.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Is/Betsy Quiffones
BETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk,
S,'tpl ,Te.-r -; "l', :l'6
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE No.: PR 06-PR-000437.
DIVISION: ,
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH B. WILLIAMS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the


Estate of JOSEPH B.
WILLIAMS, deceased, whose
date of death was August 21,
2006; is pending in the Circuit
Court for Osceola County, Flori-
da, Probate Division; File Num- .-
ber: PR 06-PR-000437; the
address of which is: 2 Court-
house Square, Suite 200, 1
Kissimmee, Florida 34741. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons, who have
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliq-
uidated claims, and who have -
been served a copy of this i
notice, must file their claims with ,
this Court WITHIN THE LATER ,
OF THREE (3), MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE';
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM,
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons who.
have claims or demands against
the decedent's estate, Including
unmatured, contingent or unllq- '
uldated claims, must file their '
claims with this court WITHIN -
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER ,
THE DATE OF THE FIRST,,
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
.ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED -
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE -
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH.
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED ,
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE 41
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S.,
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publica- -
tion of this Notice is: September
23, 2006.
Personal Representative:
: is/Velma D. Williams
VELMA D. WILLIAMS
3852 San Miguel Lane
Rockledge, Florida 32955
Attorney for
Personal Representative:
is/Lawrence E. Dolan
Lawrence E. Dolan, Esquire
Florida Bar No.: 099261
LAWRENCE E. DOLAN, P.A.
500 East Jackson Street
Orlando, Florida .32801
Telephone: (407) 841-7300
September 23, 30, 2006


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ONLINE PRESCRIPTIONS!
FDA Approved Meds !
Up To 70% Savings
www.cloverdiscountpharmacy.com
I 120-Lost and Found
LOST CAT Siamese Breed. Female.
Gray/Black/White. Remington Area. RE-
WARD. (321) 443-0123:.
LOSTII! 12/WEEK Old Puppy. Tan, Blond,
Light Colored. Answers To "Mia". Morning-
side Circle Area. (407) 341-5247.


I 130-Wanted to Buy I
WANTED! NEWER Used cell phones. Will
pay cash. 321-231-3555.
140-Livestock/Poultry I
FREE RHOADE Island Red Rooster & 2
Laying Hens. (407) 935-1454.
| 145-Horses


PONIES FOR SALE. 2 With Babies. $650
Each. (321) 624-1980.
150-Pets For Sale
KITTENS / CATS Spayed / Neutered
WShots. Need Loving Homes. Adoption
Fee $50 To $70 407-348-0841.
S15-Free to Good Home


FREE CUTE Playful Kittens Need Good
Home. (407) 892-1936.
I 175-Financial Svc.


MORTGAGE SERVICES. New Purchas-
es, Refinance Cash Out. All Credit, No
Money Down. Call Tom for Free Consulta-
tion, 888-483-0943.
I 205-Childcare

IN-HOME Childcare. Monday-Friday.
6AM-6PM. (407) 348-2534 Or Cell (321)
231-4610,
LOVING CARE Babysitting 7AM-
5:30PM. Monday Friday. Kissimmee. Ex-
cellent References. (321) 624-8691 .
REGISTERED CHILDCARE in my home.
Infants to toddlers. Reasonable rates. Ref-
erences. South Thacker area. (407) 933-
0688.
'- If 230-Building Contractor


GENERAL CONTRACTOR
For all your construction needs!
Big or small!
Free Estimates
407-616-0718
Lic.#CGC1509832
I 240-Roofing Contractor

BRIAN FADDIS ROOFING, INC.
Free Estimates
Quality New Roofs,
Re-roofs & Repairs
Licensed & Insured #CCC1325674
(321) 288-1776


245-Construction
CALL BILLY RAY For Small Track Hoe
Work. House Lot / Land Clearing & Mo-
bile Welding Service.
(321) 624-2498
(407) 957-7899
MITCHELL'S
SITEWORK SERVICES, INC.
Grading Debris Removal
Hauling Fill Dirt Sweeping
Silt Fencing Demolition
Licensed & Insured
Call: (407) 957-3597
MitchellSitework@aol.com
247-Screen
Installation/Repair,


AAA RATED
BUFFINGTON ALUMINUM
407-922-4868
"Doing It Right Here For 34 Years"!'
Screen Replacement
SScreen Enclosures
Repairs
Rooms
Soffit/Siding
-* Five Year Warranty
Credit Cards Accepted


A-ALL AMERICAN RESCREEN
*Rescreening *Minor Repairs
*Pressure Washing
No'Job Too Big Or Small
11.'yrs Experienced
Licensed/Insured :
.Free Estimates
407-928-5909


FREE ESTIMATES!
Pool enclosures, screen rooms,
rescreens, etc. 25/yrs. experience in
Central Florida.
Licensed/Bonded/Insured
.References provided.
Majestic Custom Enclosures
SC#C045058
407-348-7631, 352-398-6142
255-Handyman


"HONEY DO"
* Home Repairs, Painting, Tile, Drywall,
30Yrs. Experience. Lic./Ins.
No Job Too Small. ,
(407, 859-1-192. 1407 709-8244
All malor credit carFs accepDled


AMERICAN EAGLE HANDYMAN
And Lawn Maintenance
Mowing Edging Trimming
Laminate Tile Painting
* Screening Drywall Fence
Free Estimates Licensed/Insured
Call 407-288-3546
FRANK A. BOCCANFUSO, INC.
Free Estimates
Tile, Painting, Sheet Rock, Trim,
Windows, Doors And Cabinets
Licensed And Insured
407-957-6966
407-319-8809
G&M MAINTENANCE, INC.
*:Home Remodeling Repairs
Cleaning Drywall Painting
Power Washing
(407) 343-8332 Office
(407) 334-2122 Cell


JEFF'S HANDYMAN
& PRESSURE WASHING
*Remodeling *Additions
*Trash Removal
Repairs To Residential
& Mobile Homes.
Licensed & Insured
Call (407) 873-0179
, A TOP NOTCH HOME SERVICES
All Types of Home Repairs
S*Interior Renovations* .
Licensed & Insured
30 Years Building Experience
407-957-4929


15 YEAR'S EXPERIENCE
ALL HOME REPAIRS!
Tile Texturing All Flooring
Windows Doors
Kitchens *Baths
Carpentry
Free Estimates
Professional Service
Call Guy ,
(407) 276-2245
PBAR HOME IMPROVEMENT
Remodeling and Repair Work
Paint Drywall Tile Etc.
Licensed/Insured
Call Richard
407-962-6412
265-Carpet Vinyl
Installation


CLARK'S CARPET INSTALLATION
Carpet Installs Restretches
Repairs *, Floor Tile
Licensed/Insured
407-892-9145
275-Appliance
Sales/Repairs


MARVIN'S APPLIANCES
For Sale: Quality used washers, dryers,
stoves, refrigerators, completely recondi-.
tioned. $100 & Up. Guaranteed!
Delivery Available. Parts,
In Home Repair available.
407-846-4448.
r,1C Visa acccE-t3
WANTED TO BUY! Refrigerators,.
Washers, Dryers, Stoves; Top Dollar
Paid! 407-846-4448
S280-Home Improvement ,
GARAGE DOOR SALES & SERVICE
All Brands Of Openers Sold & Repaired
30Yrs. Experience. Lic./Ins.
(407) 856-1924, (407) 709-8244
All major credit cards accepted


VINYL SIDING-
WINDOWS, DOORS.
Wood Rot, Ter'mite Damage. Repairs-,
small or'large.
Lic. #CBC052168

407-709-8116


A.P.G.
HOME IMPROVEMENT
PAINTING COMPANY LLC
Interior / Exterior
*Textured Ceilings .Powerwashing
*Drywall -Taping
*Replacement Doors
*Screen Repair -Remodeling
*Concrete Work
For All Your Home
Improvement Needs!
Licensed/Insured
(407) 414-5917
FIXX A HOME
Pressure Washing Painting
Repairs Remodeling
Licensed Insured
407-857-3025
Mobile: 407-873-5157
| 285-AC/Heating

AIR MAGIC
Air Conditioning/Heating.
Refrigeration. Ice Machines.
Walk-In Coolers. Freezers.
Service Calls Only $45.00.
Licensed/Insured. CAC 1813937.
Call (407) 791-5005
ALL COUNTY AIR CONDITIONING
Service- Repair- Unit Change Outs
Free Second Opinions
State Certified. Insured. CAC1813534
Visa/MC Accepted
(407) 873-7462, (407) 935-9659


CLIMATIC MECHANIC LLC
Residential Air Conditioning
Commercial Refrigeration
Light Industrial.
Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, Heating
Service & Installation
Lic.#CAC058173
407-344-2127
321-231-4608
325-Plumbing Svc.

J.A. CRAYS PLUMBING, INC.
Commercial Residential
Electronic Leak Detection
See Snake
Diagnostic Equipment
Bic kage Leaks Water Heaters
Faucets Sinks Disposals
Repipes
#CFC 1426204
(863) 427-9135
S 345-Glass Services

PABLO'S
GLASS & REPAIRS, INC.
Replacement & Installation
Frameless/Regular Shower Doors
Mirrors Walls Windows
Patio Doors Screens
Table Tops Custom Work
(407) 319-3887
Licensed & Insured
370-Lawn Maintenance

CALLAWAY LANDSCAPE INC.
*Lawn Maintenance '
*Tree Trimming *Debrs Removal.
Licernsed, Insured
407-973-5707
callawaylandscape corn
E & J QUALITY
HORTICULTURE CARE
Family Owned. Residential/Commercial.
Complete Landscaping. Installation.
Clean-Up. Hauling & Maintenance Serv-
ice. 30 Years Experience. FREE ES-
TIMATE. (407) 346-7908 (407) 729-8751.


ECS LAWN MAINTENANCE. St.Cloud
area. Reasonable rates. Licensed and in-
sured. 407-709-1211.


MANNY'S
LANDSCAPING & FENCING
All Types Of Fencing
Complete Yard Maintenance
Bobcat & Backhoe Service
Licensed & Insured
Free Estimates
(407) 908-4392
SUPER LAWNS'
Mow. Edge. Trim. Free Estimates. (407)
847-4226.
TOM LEWIS LAWN SERVICE
Reliable Affordable
Licensed Insured
Commercial/Residential
Free Estimates
407-346-6933 or
tllawnservice@netzero.net
ULTIMATE LAWN
& LANDSCAPING
Complete.Lawn Maintenance.
Commercial & Residential.
Landscaping. Sprinkler Repairs.
Hauling. Clean-Ups. Pressure
Washing. Reasonable Rates.
407-452-6675 Or 321-284-8462.
375-Landscape
Contractor

DIAMOND LANDSCAPE
Commercial & Residential Mowing
Edging-. Weedeating
Debris Removal .
Patio & Landscape Design
"Nothing Cuts Like A Diamond"
(407) 414-2047


380-Fence
Sales & Service

AC FENCING & DECKING
All types and sizes.
Pressure Washing & Sealing
Licensed/Insured
Call Andrew 407-973-7922
395-Tree Service
KELLY OUTDOOR
*TRIMMING .REMOVAL
*STUMP GRINDING
"SERVING OSCEOLA COUNTY
SINCE 1987"
FREE ESTIMATES
LICENSED, INSURED'
(407) 396-6729
A-1 PAUL NOLZ TREE SERVICE
*Trimming .Removing
*Slump Grinding
(407) 957-7943


J.D.'S TREE Service. Free Estimates.
28/years experience. Topping, Trimming.
Tree Removal. 957-4012.

S 420-Concrete

ANDY KOSINSKI, INC.
Concrete Contractor
Residential Commercial
Call 407-346-1163
ANT CONSTRUCTION
Your..ACONCRETE SPECIALISTS
Driveways Patios Repairs
Decorative Concrete
Clear Coat Sealer
Licensed / Insured
Cell: (321) 624-4453
Fax: (407) 870-2874
DOUBLE D CONCRETE
Over 25 years experience
FREE Estimates.
407-432-7142
Every Job A "Work Of Heart"
KAREN'S CONCRETE
Sidewalks Driveways
Patios Etc. -
Exceilenl Workmarnship
Free Estimates
Call 407-301-5947 or
321-443-9188
440-Cabinets

KITCHEN TUNE-UP
Custom Cabinetry
Custom Cabinet Refacing
*1-,Day Cabinet/. .
Wood Reconditioning
Pantry & Cabinet Organizers
Maria Lahens Owner
407-438-8028
lahens@kitchentuneup.com

445-Irrigation

JACK STEWART IRRIGATION
& LANDSCAPING
Get Your French Drain Line Before
The Hurricanes Come. Save On
Damage. Reasonable Rates..
Call (407) 892-3900.
SPARKLING JAK'S IRRIGATION
Residential & Commercial
Since 1982
Specializing In:
Repairs Revamps Timers
Installs Lightning Damage
Locate Valves Rain Sensors
"Good Old Fashioned
Reliable Service"
*Licensed *Insured
(407) 433-3233
(407) 433-3234


I .475-Painting I


BOWERS PAINTING, INC.
CHECK OUT
BUDDY'S SPECIALS!!!
Free Pressure Washing!!l
Interior / Exterior
*Drywall Repair *Texture
*Commercial Painting
LICENSED / INSURED
(407) 932-3247, (407) 932-3247, (407) 709-4976
Fax (407) 847-9823


500-Musical Instruction I

GUITAR LESSONS By a seasoned pro-
fessional In your nome or my sluado Ma-
lerials provided 407-334-7287

525-Business
Opportunity

A CASH COW!
90 VENDING MACHINE
UNITS/YOU OK LOCATIONS
ENTIRE BUSINESS $10,970
HURRY! 800-836-3464 #BO2428
DO YOU LOVE Candles, Home Decora-,
tions, then this career is for you? Call 321-
402-6204 or visit www.partylite.biz/shirley
for more info.
KISSIMMEE ROUTE
Executive Level Income. Absolutely No
Selling $12.950 Inveslmenl lor Inventory
.& Accounts 800-373-5470 IB01998111)
[535-Businesses For Sale
COMMERCIAL CLEANING.
Well Established Business.
Approx. $3,000 Income Monthly
:. Wii Take Best Oher
Sam (407) 414-1863.
RESTAURANT BUSINESS ONLY,.
Kissimmee. Men's Clothing Store. Turn
Key Operation. Owner Will Negotiate.
Anthony Arone Realtor, (407) 791-6061
540-Garage Sales
Kissimmee
BIG GARAGE SALE Antiques Clocks
Beer & Neon Signs Clothes Glassware.
(Baseoall *BasKeTball Nascar Collecti-
bles' Power SI Hand Tools Friday. Satur-
,day. 1555 Palm Tree Dive. Oft Fonune
Road.
GARAGE SALE -.2054 Valencia Circle.
Off Thacker. Saturday, 9/23. Dishwasher.
Lots of Misc.












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Classified Index:

Phone (407) 846.7600 8:00 AM 5:00 PM, Monday-Friday

www.aroundosceola.com


GENERAL CATEGORIES:
Announcements 100
Personals 105
Situations Wanted 110
Fitness/Weight Control 115
Health & Nutrition 117
Lost and Found 120
Miscellaneous 125
Wanted To Buy 130
Wanted To Trade 135


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

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


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


Monogramming
Musical Instructic
Educational Ser
Secretarial Servi
Care For The ElI
Catering Service
Business Opport
Investment Oppi
Businesses For
ITEMS FOR
Garage Sales Ki
Garage Sales St
Garage Sale Orl
Merchandise Wa
Medical Equipme
Auctions
Bicycles
Clothing
Exercise Equipmr
Business Mercha
Jewelry
For Sale/Genera
Utility Trailers
Antiques/Collect
Hay
Appliances


CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:
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496 Retail/Cashiers 705 Banquet Halls 1080
on 500 Travel Agent 710 Office Space 1085
vices 505 Hotel/Motel 715 Retail Space 1090
ces 510, Restaurant Lounge 720 Warehouses 1095
derly 515 Clerical 725 Pasture Stable, 1100
as 520 Accounting/Bookkeeping 730 Hunting Prop .......... 1105
[unity 525 Educational 735 Timeshares 1110
ortunity 530 Security 740 Vacation 1115
Sale 535 Insurance 745 Storage/Garage 1120
Telemarketing 750 Real Estate For Sale 1130
SALE: Sales 755 Homes 1135
Beautician/Cosmetology 760 Duplexes 1140
ssimmee 540 Nail Tech 765 Townhouses 1145
. Cloud 545 Maintenance 770 Apartments 1150
ando 547 Crafts, Trades & Skills 775 Condos 1155
hinted 550 Industrial 777 Villas 1160
ent 555 Technical 780 Mobile Homes 1165
560 AC/Heating Mechanics 785 Mobile Home Lots 1170
565 Automotive 790 Out of State 1175
570 Professional 795 Out of Area 1180
nent 575 Bank/Financial 800 Farms & Ranches 1185
andise 580 Management 805 Property 1190
585 Medical 810 Commercial/Income 1195
al 590 Construction 815 Waterfront 1200
595 Farm Workers 820 Oceanfront '1205
ibles 600' Warehouse 825 Lots/Acreage 1210
605 Babysitter Wanted 830 Cemetery 1215
610 Position Wanted 835 RV Lots 1220
aim Warehouses 1225


Plumbing Parts 615
Air Conditioners/Heat Pumps .......................620
Furnishings 625
Firewood 630
Lawn & Garden Supplies 635
Building Supplies 640
Produce 645
Recipes 650
Sporting Goods 655
Computer Equipment 660
Musical Instruments 665
TV/Stereo/VCR 670
Satellite Systems 675
Restaurant Equipment 680
Commercial Equipment 685

Farm Equipment 690
Equipment Rentals 695
EMPLOYMENT:
Help Wanted/General 700


REAL ESTATE RENTAL:


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


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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-.. GARAGE SALE Saturday, 9/23. 8AM-
1PM. Civic Center. 1531 Imokalee, Inter-
cession City. New & Used Items. Good
Prices.
GARAGE SALE 715 Bunker Lane, Poin-
ciana. Living/dining sets, gym, beds,
household, clothes. 9/22-23. 8am-3pm.
GARAGE SALE. New & like new items.
211 Magellan Dr., Poinciana. Saturday,
23rd.,.Sunday, 24th.
GARAGE/ESTATE SALE.
China. Glass. Knick-Knack. Furniture And
More. Saturday, 9/23. 9AM-4PM. 2614
Virginia Drive, Orange Gardens.
LARGE 3 FAMILY Garage Sale. Firday -
Sunday. 9/22-9/24. 8AM-?. 901 Dartmouth
Court, Poinciana. (407) 847-9144.
MOVING From Kitchen To Shed! Dishes.
Collectibles. Silver. Kitchen. Window Fan.
Filing Cabinets. Walker. Wheelchair. Small
Appliances. Patio Furniture. Floor Jack.
2406 W. Orange BIvd, ORANGE GAR-
DENS. Friday, 9/22. Saturday, 9/23. 8AM.
MOVING SALE Saturday, 9/23. Sunday,
9/24. 8AM-12PM. Dining Room Set. Buffet
With Glass Windows. Dryer. Washer.
Stove. Love Seat And much More. 194
Florida Parkway. BVL.
MOVING SALE!!! Saturday, Sept. 23rd.
Neptune Road to Kings Hwy., to Pine Is-
land, turn left at Harbor Blvd., then right at
Skyline. At the end of Skyline turn left to
Regal Court. 1529 Regal Court.
REMODELING SALE Friday, 9/22. Sat-
urday, 9/23. 8AM-2PM. 4184 Big Valley,
Off Pleasant Hill Road. Furniture. Clothes.
Household Items. Appliances.
SALE SAT.9/23, Sun.9/24. Couch, love-
seat, recliner, swivel rocker, lamps, table,
6/chairs, lighted hutch, desk, box springs,
mattress, clothes.' 407-470-3468.
SALE Friday. Saturday. 5044 Palmetto
Road. (Off Poinciana Blvd. & 192). Tools.
Furniture. Clothes. Collectibles. Books.
SALE!!! 9/23, 9AM-3PM. 2715 Bartlet Dr.
Cypress Reserve Subdivision, Off Dyer
Between Carroll, Osceola Parkway. (407).
448-0857.
SUNDAY ONLY. Giant garage sale.
Household items, from cars to trailers. 313
Drury Ave., Kissimmee lakefront.
YARD SALE. Boys Clothes, Large Size
Womens Clothes,- Misc. Items. 1918 W.
Henry Street. Saturday.
545-Garage Sales
St. Cloud

ASHTON PLACE Community Garage
Sales. Sat.9/23 and Sun.9/24. 7:30am-
3pm. East 10th St., near Narcoosee Rd.
BARBIE COLLECTION Furniture &
House. Doll House. Free Cats. Misc. 3418
Cypress Point Circle. Saturday, 9/23.
8AM-2PM. (407) 891-1290.
FRI.9/22, SAT.9/23. 8am-2pm. 1803 Ha-
gen Ct., 34771. Ashton Place. Furniture-
and more.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, 7AM-? Dishes,
Knick Knacks; '92 Nissan, Misc. 4935 Tus-
caroa Ave., Off Narcoossee Road. (407)
892-5594.
GARAGE SALE 4245 Oakwood Dr. off
Cord. Sat.9/23. 8am-1 pm. Industrial shelv-
ing, 14' boat, furniture, antiques.
GARAGE SALE Fri.9/22, Sat.9/23. 9am-
12pm. 6200 Bass Hwy. Kids clothes, baby
items, housewares, kids toys, child battery
operated riding toys.
GARAGE SALE Fri.9/22, Sat.9/23. Tools
and lots of household and misc. 4615
Rummell Rd.
GARAGE SALE Pine Lake Estates.,
Sat.9/23 .only. 7am-??? 619Avocado St.
1 Couch, bedroom set, misc. housewares,
Setc.
GIANT COMMUNITY Yard Sale. Coving-
ton Estates, Canoe Creek Road. Satur-
day, Sept. 23rd., 9AM-2PM.
HUGE SALE!!!
AT TRACTOR SUPPLY
To Benefit Harmony Softball
Saturday 9/23, 6am-???
Lots of great stuff!! Everything goes!!
MOVING SALE!!! Saturday, Sept. 23rd.
1416 Tennessee Ave. 7AM. Furniture,
household items & Longaberger products.


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MOVING/GARAGE SALE 2/family. 4010
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Sat.9/23. 8am. Baby items, furniture, misc.
MULTI FAMILY SALE Sat.9/23. 8am-
2pm. 4203 Sky Flower Lane; Canoe
Creek Lakes.
SATURDAY-9/23. 814 Dakota. 8am-12.

Furniture, clothes, games, computer, TV,
lots more!
YARD SALE 3268 Countryside View Dr.,
Sawgrass. Sat.9/23. 7am-lpm. Queen-
size bedroom set, 2/sofas, entertainment
unit, dinette set and more.
YARD SALE Fri.9/22, Sat.9/23. 8am-2pm.
1701 Peachtree Blvd. Antiques, Christmas
items, etd. Something for everyone. Rain
date, Sept. 29 & 30.
YARD SALE Sat.9/23, Sun.9/24. 7:30am-
3:30pm. 2304 Sweetwater Blvr' don'tt
miss this one! Office furniture, toeo ii.d-
ware kits, toolboxes, kids electric bike,
much more.
590-For Sale General

2/BLUE Captain's Chairs (Van), $40
Each. 10 Kitchen Doors, $10 Each. TV
Stand, $11. (407) 892-0910.
HAM RADIO Equipment. HF Rigs Amps
- Tuners. 407-892-1636.
HOT TUB/SPA $1995.
LOADEDII New! 110/volts. Waterfall with
LED lights, cup holders, bucket seats..
Free delivery.
407-870-7549
POOL TABLE Brand new, gorgeous 8'
wood table. 1" slate, .leather pockets.
Never used! Cost $5K, sell $1295. 407-
846-8822.
I 625-Furnishings I
BED,- $160. Brand new 2/piece, ortho
firm set. 5/yr. warranty. Can deliver.
3/piece king ortho firm- $220. Also, full set
- $110. 407-846-8822.
COUCH $145. Excellent condition. Coffee
table, $15. Wood/glass. Daybed, 1/mat-
tress. $40. Covers available. 407-892-
5503.
COUCH, UPHOLSTERED with rattan. For
porch. $50. 933-2650.
FOR SALE: Ethan Allen Pedestal Dining
Room Table With 6 Chairs. $500. O.B.O.
(407) 973-4591.
OAK TWIN Bed with headboard, foot7
board. New mattress. $75. 407-436-2850.
SOFA BED, queen. Light tan. $75. Mat-
tress/box springs with daybed cover..Red.
$35. 407-933-2650.
SOLID OAK Desk, 30x60". Solid oak cre-
denza, 19x72" and coordinating chair.
.407-957-5623.
635-Lawn & Garden

FILL DIRT AVAILABLE. $100.00 A Load
Delivered To St. Cloud And $120.00 To
Kissimmee. Grading Available. (407) 738-
8899.
665-Musical
Instruments

PIANO "Howard" Walnut Upright.
$450.00. Needs Tuning. Good Condition.
(407) 933-2650.
690-Farm Equip.
1954 FORD NAATractor With Front End
Loader & Bush Hog. (321) 624-1980.
700-Help Wanted General

GROUNDSKEEPER/PRESSURE WASH-
ER Person for villa management compa-
ny. Dependable, needs truck. Flexible
schedule. Good pay and benefits. 407-
390-8200.
EXPERIENCED DAY Care Worker Wanted.
40/hour classes preferred. 407-892-7727.


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

Free Life Insurance.
Paid Vacation.
Paid Training.
Background/Drug Test Required.
ALLIED BARTON
407-578-7106


AIRCRAFT LINEMAN Needed. Experi-
ence a plus but not necessary Apply in
person: 3031 W.Patrick St., Kissimmee.
AIRCRAFT MECHANIC/HELPER Need-
ed for Kissimmee area. Fax resumes to
407-932-0607.
CLEANERS WANTED
Cleaners For New Home
Construction Cleaning.
Good Wages
Full Benefits Package
Apply In Person
Monday-Friday
9AM-5PM
For Directions
(407) 935-9266
Cleaning Professionals, Inc.
2220 E. Irlo Bronson
Memorial Hwy., Ste. #8
Kissimmee

DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!
No experience required. CDL training in
your area. Covenant Transport has imme-
diate openings for entry-level semi drivers.
Our avg. 1st. year solo drivers earn.$700-
$900 per wk. Teams earn $100K-$125K
first year. Plus excellent benefits. Region-
al runs get you home weekly.
1-800-554-7364
DRIVERS Start Immediately. $600-$900
(Or More) Week. Benefits. No Heavy Lift-
ing, 6/Day Week. Home Every Night. 'A
CDL. (321) 288-7373.
EXPERIENCED CLEANERS Required for
residential homes Monday through Friday.
Phone 407-870-0064.
EXPERIENCED CONSTRUCTION
Cleaners Wanted. Call Sue Between
1PM-5PM. (407) 460-8381.
EXPERIENCED FULL TIME Floral De-
signer. Paid Insurance & Benefits. Apply In
Person: St.Cloud Florist, 2018 13th.
Street.
EXPERIENCED LAWN Maintenance
helper needed. Must have valid driver's li-
cense. 407-908-9729.
EXPERIENCED PARTS PERSON
NEEDED
Kissimmee based business seeks experi-
enced parts person. Position includes
shipping, handling, ordering/receiving.
Must have basic computer skills. Please
fax resume to 407-932-0607, attn: Norm.
FLORAL DELIVERY Driver. Part time.
Apply in person Wishing Well 'Florist, 26
Broadway, Kissimmee or call 810-210-
6338.
HOUSECLEANERS WANTED. Daytimes
only, Monday-Friday. Local cleaning serv-
ice. Car required. $8.50/hour + mileage.
321-697-0063.
METAL STRUCTURE Manufacturer
seeks experienced Scheduler of installa-
tion jobs. QB experience a must. Phone,
'computer and interpersonal skills re-
quired. Full time position with paid vaca-
tion, sick and holiday. Great benefits!
ax resume to: (407) ,859-7718.
LOW VOLTAGE Helpers and
Installers needed M-F. Benefits
Apply In person:
AVI e Consulting
1716 E.Irlo Bronson, St.Cloud


+ R.N. UNIT MANAGER Full Time.
Days M-F. May consider LPN if meets
qualification. Experience preferred,
good organizational and management
skills are required.
+ R.N. / LPN- PRN (Pool / On-Call, all
shifts) Saturday and Sunday, both days,
are required once a month for this
position.
+ DIETARY ASSISTANT (DISHWASHER) -
Full Time 40 hours per week.
+ DIETARY ASSISTANT Full Time 40
hours per week.


IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR
LOCAL PETROLEUM HAULERS
$1000-$2000
SIGN ON BONUS
* Weekly Pay
* Excellent Benefits
* Vacation Pay
* Safety Bonuses
* Weekly Incentive Pay = $1500
* Earn Extra $200 P/Month Now
Through Nov. For Xmas Bonus!!
* AM & PM Open Now!!
Preferred Applicants Will Need:
* CDL Class A License
* 2 Years Of TT Experience
Or 1 Year With School Certificate
* Ability To Obtain Tank/
Hazmat End.
* Must Be 25 Years Or Older.
Call Melissa Perry
Now To Apply At:
(866) FLA-ROCK
Or Apply In Person At
625 S. Bluford Ave.
Ocoee, Florida
Florida Rock & Tank Lines, Inc.


IMMEDIATE PART TIME OPENINGS
Up To $500.00 Weekly To Start!
Paid Training
No Experience Necessary
Weekend Availability a Musti
Reliable Transportation Needed
To learn more call now!
407-351-1492
RGIS Inventory Specialists
An Equal Opportunity Employer
ISLAND ATTENDANTS
Needed at Canoe Creek Citgo
at Florida's Turnpike.
Will train.
Competitive wages/Benefits.
Ability to pass background check.
DFWP
Call John 407-892-8081
LAWN MAINTENANCE Now hiring ex-
perienced lawn maintenance engineer, full
time, excellent pay and benefits package.
Apply in person:
Tuesday-Saturday, 7am-3pm
3045 Polynesian Isles Blvd.
Kissimmee, FL
EOE
LAWN MAINTENANCE workers needed.
Experience preferred. Must have valid
Driver's License. Call 407-870-0119.
LAWN SPRAY TECH NEEDED. Experi-
enced In Lawn & Shrub Spraying Re-
quired. Pest Patrol. (407) 944-9445.
OPERATORS NEEDED. Monday-Thurs-
day. Great Benefits. DFWP.
(407) 892-8827.
OWNER OPS
Local ./ Regional Runs
$1.03+ Surcharge
High Mileage .
Excellent Home Time
Medical Coverage
Call Chris 1-866-730-8725
www.comtrakinc.com
SUNTERRA IS currently recruiting for ex-
perienced Lawn Maintenpnce. Engineers.
Excellent pay & benefits package. Apply in
person Tuesday-Saturday, 7am-3pm at
3045 Polynesian Isles Blvd., Kissimmee.
EOE.
SUPERVISORS AND Actors needed im-
mediately for year round haunted attrac-
tion. 407-847-7552.
TUPPERWARE .
Earn $20-$30'/Hr.
FOR EXTRA CASH
Or Have A Full Time Career.
Elma Independent Rep
(407) 847-4744
WRECKER DRIVERS
Needed at Canoe Creek Citgo
at Florida's Turnpike.
Experience preferred/Will train.
Competitive wages/Benefits.
Clean drivingrecord and ability
to pass background check.
DFWP
Call John 407-892-8081.


HOME HEALTH
+ R.N. PRN (Pool / On Call, all shifts) Must
have previous Home Health experience
VILLAGE
+ MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT Full Time
40 hours per week. Laborer provides
direct assistance to other maintenance
workers as required.
+ MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN (Plumber)
Full Time 40 hours per week. Must have
at least 1 year prior experience as a
plumber or certified graduate from Vo-Tech.
+ DIETARY ASSISTANT Full Time 40
hours per week. Fairway Cafe/Community
Center.


ALL positions require the ABILITY to COMMUNICATE effectively with Residents and Co-Workers.
Aplctin cepe nl nMn. hrs r. 83a. ..noon&* ii. *:00p
155 .lerga Dive KisimeFL344


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30 Men & Women Needed To Serve As Tour Guides
For 2 Hour Walking Tours. Retirees Welcome.
Also, Persons Needed to Give Pony Rides.
Must Like Children, Farm Animals and Working Outdoors.
Hours Approx. 9:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m.
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Non Smokers Preferred


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Osceola County',

3 Courthouse Square

Suite 100

Kissimmee, FL 34741





JOB TITLE SALARY/HOURLY

Animal Control Officer . . . $23,170.00

Auditor .................... $41,592.00

Civil Engineer III Transportat. . $48,135.00 ,

Const License Investigator ..... $31,033.00

Corrections Officer ........ . $33,238.00 |

Destination Serv Rep ....... $31,033.00 |

Driveway/Grading Inspector .... $26,813.00 '

Environmental Scientist ........ $41,592.00 |

Housing Manager......... . $55,722.00 I

Kennel Attendant. . . . . . . $20,021.00 '

Land Mgmt Inspector ....... $35,926.00

Librarian-FT ............ . . $31,033.00
Librarian-PT*. .................. $14.92
LPN-PT-Temp .............$18.31

Maintenance Worker. . . ... $20,021.00 .i

Plan Review Coordinator ....... $35,926.00

Planner . . ............. $35,962.00

Records Supervisor ....... . $35,926.00
Residential Inspector .......... $35,926.00 |

Senior Planner . . . . . . . $48,135.00 |

Sr Inspector-Engineering ..... $31,033.00
"= Part-Time Position

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Veterans preference ADA-EOE
Oscecola County Government is committed to providing equal
opportunity in employment and services to all individuals.
Appv al www.osceola.orgr ;

OSCEOLA COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES
3 Courthouse Square, Suite 100
KISSIMMEE, FL 34741 J

OFFICE: (407) 343-2800


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WATER ANALYSIS Tech. Cooling Tow-
er/Boiler Samples. Salary Negotiable.
407-957-2225, ext. 208.
I 715-Hotel/Motel I

HOUSEKEEPING-
Resort now hiring housekeepers and
laundry attendant, full time. Excellent
salary and benefits.
Apply in person:
Friday-Tuesday, 7am-4pm.
3045 Polynesian Isles Blvd.
Kissimmee
EOE
NOW HIRING Full time housekeeper. Ex-
perience a must! Please call 407-935-
1955 or fax resume 407-935-9923.
720-Restaurant/Lounge I

FOOD AND Beverage. Friday, Saturday,
Sunday a must. 7:30am-5:30pm. Experi-
ence preferred. Call Thursday through
Sunday. 407-846-2811.
SERVERS, HOST
& BUSSERS NEEDED
Apply In Person
From 12 Noon-3PM
Outback Steakhouse
4039 13th. Street, St.Cloud
725-Clerical

ADMIN ASSISTANT
F/T. $10;00/hr.
407-957-2225, ext. 208 or email:
kelly@ kiblerchemical.com.
BILINGUAL OFFICE Personnel needed
at 201 Hilda St., #10. Apply in person.
Bring resume.
BUSY REAL Esiale Office in need of full
or part time receptionist. Must be flexible
with hours and be wMili.g i' travel Wee-
kends are required Plea-: laj re:urrume to:
Maya Rodrigues at: (407) 891-1039.
FULL TIME Re,:ephur.il re-eded For K,,-
simmee Pnyician'. Ohf.:e Fa.. Resume
(407) 870-2353 Or Call (40-) 8~0 1579
GENERAL OFFICE
Knowledge of Bookkeeping, QuickBooks,
Microsoft Word, Excel. Call 407-498-0147
or 321-624-3261.
OFFICE ASSISTANT. Dep.erta.le Mature
Person With Bar.,: Once SKiis 5 Days
Per Week Including Weekends. Call (407)
396-4555.
|I 735-Educational 1

FULL TIME Teacher For 2 Year Olds. Ex-
perience Necessary. CDA Preferred.
Please Call (407) 892-5437 For Interview.
TEACHER/TUTORS/
PART TIME
Certified. $18-$22 Per Hour. All Subjects.
K-8. Federally Furnded Tutoring Program.
Bilingual A Plus 1t8.) 832-6342.
I 740-Security I


SECURAMERICA SEEKING
FITAnd P/T
D Licensed Officers In Poinciana. At,
$8.75 $9.00 Hour W..Benefits.
(407) 856-2969
750-Telemarketing


TELEMARKETING, TIMESHARE Sales
and Adverni.irg L"1000 or more earned per
*eek 1-86r6-60-2"0C or 4J7.49:8-.2331
I 755-Sales I

OUTSIDE SALES REP
Need oulg.irn person to sell office pro-
ducts 10 ex.lriing 'and new customers.
Draw, commission, car allowance. Will
train. Fax resume 407-847-2115. Call 407-
847-8899. M-F, 8-5.
SALES
Books Are Fun,
A Reader's Digest.Co.,
Sio.:.kiiig ior an independent contractor to
sell High Quality books at discount prices
ih Preschools and Day Care Centers. Can
you work on your own? Do you want an in-
come tied directly to your efforts? We will
help get you started with training! For de-
tails visit:
www.booksarefunltd.com
Enter Req #2403.
Callh 800-966-8301 ext. 3753
Fax: 888-238-7452
SALES ASSOCIATES WANTED
PART TIME
Experience Preferred
Bilinguals Welcome
Apply In Person
Mattress Gallery
11601 S.O.B.T.
Orlando
.(407) 859-6007
760-Beautician
Cosmetology

HAIRSTYLISTS
$500 SIGN ON BONUS
$8-$9 PER HOUR
PLUS TOP COMMISSION
BENEFITS Ins / Vacation
NO CLIENTELE NEEDED
BUSY BEAUTIFUL SALON
407-846-0031

HAIRSTYLISTS NEEDED for established
salon. Please call Sue: (407) 933-4404
for interview.
770-Maintenance I

MAINTENANCE Resort now hiring ex-
perienced maintenance engineer, full time,
excellent salary and benefits.
Apply in person
Friday-Tuesday, 7am-4pm
3045 Polynesian Isles Blvd.
Kissimmee EOE
PT/FT MAINTENANCE Person needed
'for small timeshare resort in BVL. Fax to
407-348-5083 or call 407-348-5246.

775-Crafts, Trades
I & Skills

CLASS B DRIVER
needed to be able to operate a skid
steer for fine grading.
Orlando Rock
9530 Sidney Hayes Rd.
Orlando, FL 32824
407-859-5990
ELECTRICAL
SUPERINTENDENT or Foreman. Lake
Wales plant construction project. 4/yrs.
minimum electrical experience including
control wiring. Competitive salary and
benefit. Send resumes to
407-332-4717 (fax) or email:'
jslicer@ urbanelectric.net
EXPERIENCED Handyman Wanted.
Tools & Transportation Required. Call:
(407) 873-0179.
LAND SURVEYING Company Looking For
Experienced Mortgage Surveying Field
Crew. Call For Interview. (800) 226-4807.
LIGHTNING PROTECTION
INSTALLERS
100% Training. Full Benefits.
Must Have Valid Florida
Driver's License. Willing To Travel.
Call (407) 932-4219 DFWP
MECHANIC
Full Time Position Available For
Experienced Heavy Equipment Mechanic
In Holopaw. Benefits.
Call (321) 288-1333
MECHANIC/EQUIPMENT MANAGER
For construction fleet. Flexible hours with
benefits. 407-847-5822.


MIG WELDERS / FABRICATORS
SHEAR / SAW OPERATOR
EQUIPMENT PAINTER
Experienced. Full Benefits.
Sign On Bonus
Lawson Manufacturing
700 Dyer Blvd., Kissimmee
(407) 944-1500
NOW HIRING
Plumbers And Service Plumbers. Good
Driving Record A Must. Good Pay And In-
surance.
Call Parrish Plumbing, Inc.
(407) 892-1554.
NOW HIRING: Knuckle Boom & Shovel
Logger Operator. Good Pay. 6 Days Per
Week.
(407) 891-8400.
ORLANDO ROCK
is expanding and needs Experienced Fin-
ish Grader & Loader Operators. Come
and join our Winning Team. Salary com-
parable to experience. F/IT benefits.
Apply at:
9530 Sidney Hayes Road
Orlando, FL 32824
PH 407-859-5990
Drug Free Workplace
PAINTERS- Experienced sprayers & help-
ers. Must have own transportation & hand
tools. 407-346-4277.
SERVICE ELECTRICIANS
Wanted.
Ace Electrical Services
407-932-0191
SERVICE TECHNICIAN'
Established Territory With Reorders. Sal-
ary, Commission, Auto Allowance, Bene-
fits. Plumbing, Electrical, Mechanical
Knowledge Required.,
1-800-448-5977
I 790-Automotive I

AUTO BODY Estimator. 5/yrs. experience,
minimum. ASE Certified preferred.
O'Berry's Collision Center
Kissimmee
Fax resume 407-207-5964
'or e-mail:
oberryauto@earthlink.net.


1 795-Professional


RESIDENT ADVISOR (F/T)
BiE.rop Gradv Villa a res.dernlnal rpro-
*,gram i.:r adults AWIar, aeelopmeral i as-
atbllvics ,r,. Si Cloud is seei.rg energetic.
dependable anar le.ibile ream players
S .rr excellerI o:rmur,,ni:alnr organiza-
tional skills. Duties: group and individual
development/vocational programs; trans-
portation/assistance during community
activities; medication assistance; promot-
ing independence. Bachelor degree in a
social service field and relevant experi-
ence preferred. Must complete back-
ground/driving record screening. Excel-
lent benefits.
Resumes to: Kevin Johnson
FAX: 407-892-3081
kjohnson
@bishopgradyvillas.org
PHONE: 407-892-6078, ext.330


I 805-Management


LOOKING FOR Field Foreman To Run
Sod Field. Full Time. Fullime.Needs To Be Me-
chanically Inclined. Call (407) 892-6934.


810-Medical

AVANTE AT ST.CLOUD
A 131-Bed SNF
Is Currently Recruiting For The
Following:
NURSING:
LPN/RN 7-3, PT
LPN/RN 3-11, PT
LPN/RN 11-7, FT/PT
CNA 7-3 PT
CNA 3-11, PT
CNA 11-7, PT

Every Other Weekend
Must Be Flexible
Must Have Florida License Or
Florida Certificate

ACTIVITIES:
Activities Assistant, 10:30A-7PM
Weekend 8AM-4:30PM
MUST Be CNA Certified

Avante offers excellent compensation
and premium benefits including 401K.
For immediate consideration please
forward resume to:
Elizabeth Sanchez
Human Resources
Fax: (407)891-2486
Phone: (407)891-5121
Apply within @
Avante @ St.Cloud
1301 Kansas Avenue
St.Coud, FL 34769
EOE jobs@avantegroup.com

Come Join Our Team Qf
Health Care Professionals
LICENSED NURSES
Hiring Nurses For All Shifts
Please Contact:
Southern Oaks
Health Care Center
C/C Director Of Nursing
2355 Kissimmee Park Road
St.Cloud, FL 34769
407-957-2280
Fax 407-957-5319

'EXPERIENCED MEDICAL Assistant for
busy specialty practice. Bilingual a must.
Must be able to travel to St.Cloud office.
Fax resume 407-569-1201 or mail P.O.
Box 423009, Kissimmee, FL 34742.
F/T MDS COORDINATOR
We are presently looking for a full MDS
Coordinator for 120 skilled nursing facility
in South Orlando/St. Cloud area. Two
year experience preferred. Excellent
Health Care Benefit Package.

Apply in person or fax resume
407-957-4665
Southern Oaks
Health Care Center
2355 Kissimmee Park Road
St.Cloud, FL 34769
407-957-2280
FP OFFICE Seeking nursing supervisor.
This person must possess good leader-
ship, motivation, communication and or-
ganizational skills. Clinical skills required.
Fax resume to:
John R. Hartman, M.D. & Assoc.
321-442-1215 or mail to
825 E. Oak St.
Kissimmee, FL 34744
No calls!
LPN FOR Busy endoscopy center. IV
Skills a must! Call 407-931-2816, x.117.
MA F/T, busy Cardiology office in Kissim-
mee. Experience required. 10am-6:30pm.
Fax resume 407-846-2524. Attn: Carla.
OSCEOLA
HEALTHCARE CENTER
has openings for
full time 7am-3pm &
11pm-7am Nurses.
Interested individuals
should apply at:
Osceola Healthcare Center
4201 W. New Nolte Rd.
St.Cloud
407-957-3341
EOE/M/F


I 825-Warehouse

2ND. SHIFT
PRODUCTION POSITION
CARGILL ANIMAL NUTRITION
Has an immediate opening for 2nd. shift
production position. The shift varies in
hours from 3PM-midnight or later. The
successful candidate should demonstrate
basic math skills and good teamwork abil-
ity. Forklift experience is preferred. Pay
ranges from $13.30-$15.00.
Please apply in person
M-F 2PM-4PM at:
Cargill Animal Nutrition
1845 Ave. A
Kissimmee, FL 34758
Full benefit package offered.
Cargill is an equal opportunity employer;
pre-employment drug screening and phys-
ical is required. No phone calls.


1004-Wanted To
Rent/Buy



SELL YOUR HOUSE NOW!
Call And See How!
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'As Is' for a fair price
on the
date of your choice
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I I 1010-Rooms I


ROOM FOR Rerr Ks.rrmme area 321-
624-3007
ROOMS, $565/WEEK And up t Deposil
witr. ameniiis Llhile5 includedd 22-1 S
Randolph Aie 407-738-3644 :r 32-1-443.
7762..
I 1020-Apartments I

BEAUTIFUL 2BR/2.5BA, 2 Story With
Terrace. $795/Month. 407-970-1152.
FOUNTAINHEADIBELLAVISTA
Spacious 1 2 & 3 Eedroomr .All new
lamilels sleei appiarces W V D ir cluded.
417 Fountainhead Circle.
407-932-0660.


KISSIMMEE 2 & 3 Bedrooms
Available now $499 Move in
Must be qualified call '
Today 407-846-6008 :


POOLSIDE 1/BR Apartment. St.Cloud.
r.;ce quiei area No pels $575'mu. + se-
curitry deposit 407-892-9440.
SINGLE STORY LIVING!!
No upstairs or dowrisla;rs neighbors
HEATHERWOOD APARTMENTS
Sludi'o, 1 & 2 Bedroorrms Avalaile
Slarlrng ai oni, ,485 mo
Call 407-932-1613
ST. CLOUD APARTMENT.
2 Bedroom 1 Bair. Cloc.e To Sc'hools And
Sricpping r.].:. Pels Waier Included
$675/Mo. (407) 344-7554.
' 1025-Efficiencies j

EFFICIENCIES For Reni Weekly. .orIni'n
ly. Electric, AC Inc.luded Kissrrmmr, -e lear
Busllne.
(407) 873-8174.
I 1035-Villas I

BRAND NEW Home for rent.
St.Cloud/Harmony. 3BR w/master suite
balcony, 2-1/2 bath. LR/DR/Kit w/stainless
steel appliances, washer, dryer. Rec cen-
ter, pools, cable. 2/car garage. Available
now. $1500/month. Call John 516-263-
2373.
KING OAK Villas, St.Cloud. 3BR/2BA.
Very clean, washer/dryer included.
$1075/mo. 407-729-1450. Available 9/1.
SPACIOUS, MODERN villas. Some with
pools. Kissimmee- 1,2,3 and 5 bedroom
available from $900 per month (includes
KUA). Call Natalie, 407-403-3764.
I 1040-Townhouses I

1300/SQ.FT., 2BR/2BA TOWNHOME
w/floor to ceiling brick fireplace, screened
patio, washer/dryer, refrigerator w/ice,
disposal, dishwasher, self-cleaning oven,
eat-in bar, oak cabinets. NO PETS.
$825/month. $1000/security.
407-847-7231 407-729-9166

|1 1045-Homes I

2BR/1BA FENCED Yard, storage shed.
Water, trash, included. $750/mo. 321-
624-9693.


3-4 BEDROOM HOMES/CONDOS
Immediate Occupancy
From $950
World Of Homes
(407) 770-1748

3/2, ST.CLOUD, near lakefront, large
yard. No pets. $950/month. 407-957-
8628.
3/2/2 BEAUTIFUL Home. Formal living
and dining, huge family room, split floor
plan. Built 2005. $980/mo. 561-389-7784.
3BR/1BA, 1102 Florida Ave., St.Cloud.
Clean. $875/mo. 1st, last, security. 407L-
973-1200. After 7pm, 407-518-2661.
3BR/2BA CANOE Creek Woods,
St.Cloud. Adjoins golf course, lawncare in-
cluded. $1250/mo. 407-460-5507 or 407-
892-3628.
3BR/2BA POOL Home. Kissimmee,
Close To Schools. $1100/Month. No Pets.
(407) 932-0434 Or (407) 873-0111.
4BR/3BA KISSIMMEE. Gated community,
pool. $1400 unfurnished or $1600 fur-
nished. 954-249-61.68.
4BR/3BA LAKEFRONT 2/story Home in
Kissimmee at Ham Brown Rd. Built 2006
$1400/mo. Please call Mo at 407-925-
3442.
AFFORDABLE 2BR/2BA house for rent,
BVL. $950/month. Pictures online. Call
407-832-1223.
ALL AMERICAN MANAGEMENT
3/2, $1095 Poinciana
407-834-7600 www.aampm.com
ALL AMERICAN MANAGEMENT
4/2; $1095, Poinciana
407-834-7600 www.aampm.com
ALL AMERICAN MANAGEMENT
4.3 113'95 Oak Hamrn,:.mc:l Preserve
-107-834W-7600) ww aa rr1pm.com
BRAND NEW luxury 4BR 3BA r,-:.me
2300 sq r wlh enclosed poco $200u0
monir,. includess lawn & pr.ol marnierance
i10 rnriule I': Dinrev -10"i 936 1150 e'
.4
CAMELOT, 3BR/2BA. Double Car Ga-
rage. W'are, ir Dryer $1250 Monlr, Se.'
curry Call Aller, 4107 90'6.34118
FOR RENT NEW. 3 2 5.2 Tonrorn.me r,
K,..irnTee 3 2 5 1 rume ,r, Kis~immree
iew 4 2 2 r,,.:.me ,r, P.:.ir.;,ara 3'2 2 nrme
inr, P.,rnc,ara and rrore o 0"-552-1499
FOR RENT. BVL Area. 3BR/2BA. Great
LR,. FR. Eat-In-Kitchen. Like New, Totally
Remodeled. Rent-$1100. Deposit-$1000.
Call (407) 346-8475.
HOLOPAW, 2BR/1BA. Large Lot.
$650/Month + Utilities + /$1300 Security
Deposit. Call (407) 932-2347, Between
8:30AM-8PM.-
HOUSE FOR Rent With Option To Buy.'
New Development. 10 Minutes From Dis-
ney. 4BR/3BA. 133 Big Black Dr., Poincia-
na. Polk County. $1400/Month + Deposit.
(954) 805-1858.


HOUSE FOR RENT. 3/2, Kissimmee,
1300/sq.ft, fenced yard, CHA. Available
10/2/06. $850/month. 407-846-3243.'
HOUSE FOR RENT. BVLArea. 3BR//2BA.
$1100. Negotiable. 1/Month Security,
1/Month Rent. New Appliances. (347)
393-6829. (407) 847-6211
HOUSE RENTAL Sea World Area.
2 Bedroom/2 Bath. Community Pool:
Tile. $1,100/Mo. $1,100/Deposit.
Condo 2Bed/2 Bath. $1,000/Mo.
(407) 460-9310.
HOUSE RENTAL
Poinciana.. 3 Bed/2 Bath.
2 Car Garage. Big Yard.
All Appliances. $925/Month.
$25'DeF..;I -410-888-3520
4' -.'399.'9's 4'4--4'6-13,'I
Kissimmee LAKEFRONT. Spacious cus-
tom built executive home: 4BR/2.5BA,
gourmet kitchen. 1/2 acre. Close to every-
thing, Available Now. (863) 401-5033.
KISSIMMEE, BEAUTIFUL 2/2, 1,100/sf.,
screened pool, I/car garage, tile 'floor,
near Disney, 1/yr. lease. Good credit re-
quired. $1200/mo. 407-625-5866.
KISSIMMEE, DOWNTOWN. 3/Bedroom,
Heat, Air, Large Porch. Very Clean. No
Pets. $875/Month. (407) 933-0820 After
6PM.
LIDO BEACH. You will love it. Modern stu-
dio apartment with screened porch in gar-
den setting. Also available, one and two
bed units across from beach. Walk to
St.Armonds Circle. Available week-
ly/monthly. 383-2566.
MILL RUN FOR RENT.
3/2. With Family Room. All
Appliances. Fenced. $1,250/Mo.
Plus Deposit. (407) 460-3203.

NEVER RENT again. 5BR/3BA
Foreclosure $31,000. For listings 800-
749-8168, Ext.F-813.,
POINCIANA/KISSIMMEE. 3BR/2BA
Homes. Several to choose from. $850-
$1200/mo. Call Jill Boles at Don Asher &
Associates. 407-425-4561.
ST.CLOUD 3BR/1BA 1400/sf. Fenced
yard, laundry room and bonus room.
$925/mo. + security. 407-925-2966.
ST.CLOUD, 20 Illinois Ave. 3BR/2BA,
2/car garage, family room. 3/houses from
lake. $1200/mo. 314-496-6363.


Wednesday, September 27th

3pm 7 pm

At Osceola Heritage Park

In Exhibition Bldg.

SMG / Osceola Heritage Park / Silver Spurs Arena
has the following excellent part-time employment
opportunities available.

FLEXIBLE HOURS!


PAY RATES OF $7.50-$12.00/HR.

Concessions Cashier

Concessions Warehouse

Banquet Server

Banquet Steward

Set Up / Changeover

Housekeeping

Ticket Seller

Event Services

Human Resources SMG/Osceola Heritage Park
1875 Silver Spur Lane Kissimmee, FL 34744
Phone: 321-697-3333 www.ohpark.com


WHY PAY RENT?
OWNl.
100% FINANCING
WITH PAYMENTS
AS LOW AS $1100 MONTH!
Like' New, Magic Landings, Kissim-
mee. Rare 4BR/4BA Beautifully Land-
scaped, Contemporary Home In Gated,
Community. 2355'Sq.Ft. Enclosed In-
ground Pool, Sprinkler System, W/D &
Much, Much More! Home Will Be Con-
tracted To First Qualified Buyer On
September 23rd.
NO EXCEPTIONS
Call For Details:
(866) 327-7204

POINCIANA HOUSE For Rent. Brand
New 4BR/2BA. $1300 Morith + $1300 De-
p.:.-s, Pic, OK. 13211 El4-5107
ST.CLOUD NICE 3BR/2BA house,
-creened porcr. 2 car asrage and big
lenced 'aCK.,ard i 1 2010 mc. A 5ailatle
Ocl 1 862-318.80Ci1
POINCIANAA. POLK 3BR 2BA cov.ere.3
porchn lamril, roc.m. ir r.g r,:o'm .:.h mas-
rer $895 mo
-192 & Poinciana Blvd. mnruje awavil
Apanmeni 3.BR 2'A D.845 rro
407-932-4311
I 1050-Condos I

FIRST 1/2 L.onihs. Rer, Free Bella V._.ia
1BR 1BA C -r ,,.:. ;A)800 'o niril,. + D ep ,i ll
Call 13051 2r..1-1985
FOR RENT. Brrad rnew 1BR 1BA Galed
commurnry Tennrii ccun. hline C:reni [
1.nqo t ..1ir.g irai. s, r..',:i,er elvia pool Nl ar
Osce:.la tMe. :..al Cenler t.lerion 16.03
DEi;rv 7-204 ior Renler':. mo.e ir, ;rn-
cerl,..e choice i ,ne 0,f 1' Tarqei. pr.or.
or iTunes gift'card 5.0'O mrrnlr, 40i.9;'.-
0012, 407-484-7710.
S1055-Duplexes I

2BR/1BA DOWNTOWN Kissimmee.
Large backyard. No pets. $850/mo. Avail-
able Oct.1. 321-624-1466,.
2BR/2BA DUPLEX In Poinciana.
$700/mo. $700/dep. No pets. 407-944-
0088.


DUPLEX FOR Rent. Poinciana. 3BR/2BA.
$825/mo. $600/sec. Call Paul' 407-346-
7926.
DUPLEXES FOR Rent in St.Cloud. Brand
hew. '06. 3BR/2BA, 1160sq. $1100/mo.
$1000/sec.'dep. $50 app fee mj credit
cards accepted. 407-908-8664.
FOR RENT 3BR/2BA duplexes in Poincia-
na. $850 to $900/mo. + security deposit.
407-552-1499. .
POINCIANA 2BR/2BA Duplex. All tile,'
washer/dryer hookup, alarm .vsier-m.
.f.825.me. Available now. -107.932-2382,
POINCIANA, LIKE New 3BR/2BA, 1/car,
.garage, tile floors, new appliances.
$900/mo. $450/dep. Call Jamie 407-873-
9711.
I 1060-Mobile Homes

HOLOPAW.
3 Bedroom. 2 Bath. On 5 Acres.
C/H/A. 2 Horse Stalls. Fenced-In
And Crossfenced. $1,000/Month.
$1,000/Deposit. (407) 957-5036.

ONE BEDROOM Mobile Homes
For Rent In Downtown Kissimmee.
Very Clean. No Pets.
(407) 933-2350 (407) 933-8394


1135-Homes




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IMMACULATE 2 STORY
CUSTOM BUILT HOME
3 BeOr,:.,om. 51 2 Balhs
2 Car Garage. Tile Roof.
All edro.:,m.r, Sell-Conia.red
Large ilcreri Wiir Center Islard
Screeied Foo'IPaio
Fer.:-ed Card
4657 Sq FR Under Rocol.
5495.E00C0 00. riegoiiable
MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE.
Ownrr i,71 92-.7120


LAKEFRONT SPECTACULAR VIEW
3 Be:lr:.orrm 5 Baln 21050 Sq Fi
2 Car Garage. Hot Tub. Home Upgraded.
Beautiful Lawr. Reduced -599.)000 00
. F':.r il.:.rmran ionri 140-i C 8 1.0131.
HOUSE FOR Sale or rerl 3BR.2BA,
brand new. Poinciana. 321-297-6106 or
305-586-1984.


The following .

CITY OF ST. CLOUD
Positions are available:

FULL-TIME POSITIONS
SR. TRADESWORKER / TREATMENT/SEWER
$13.50 to $20.26 per hour
LINE TECHNICIAN
Tech I $10.26 to $15.39 per hour
\ Tech II- $11.10 to $16.65 per hour
Tech III $12.00 to $18.00 per hour
Tech IV $12.49 to $18.73 per hour
DRIVER/COLLECTOR SOLID WASTE
$11.54 to $17.32 per hour
MAINTENANCE MECHANIC TREATMENT
$12.49 to $18.73 per hour
COMMUNICATIONS OPERATOR
$12.98 to $19.48 per hour
TREATMENT PLANT OPERATORS
Class A W/WW License $15.19 to 22.79 per hour
Class B W/WW License $14.04 to $21.07 per hour
Class C W/WW License $13.50 to $20.26 per hour
SENIOR TRADESWORKER / STREETS
$13.50 to $20.26 per hour
CREW LEADER WATER/SEWER LINES-MAINTENANCE
$14.61 to $21.91 per hour
SAFETY & TRAINING COORDINATOR HUMAN
RESOURCES
$35,564 -'$53,312 annually (closing date: 09/28/06)
PLANNER PLANNING & ZONING
$35,541 $53,312 annually
TREATMENT PLANT SUPERINTENDENT / WATER
$44,971 to $67,457 annually
SR. PLANNER PLANNING & ZONING
$41,578 $62,368 annually
POLICE OFFICER ELIGIBILITY TESTING
$15.80 to $23.70 per hour.
DIRECTOR OF PARKS & RECREATION
$64,007 $96,011 annually (closing date: 09/29/06)
SEASONAL / PART-TIME POSITIONS
SPOOL ATTENDANT
$7.00 per hour
POOL INSTRUCTORS
$12.00 per hour
POOL LIFEGUARD
$8.00 per hour
SUBSTITUTE CROSSING GUARD
$8.43 to $12.65 per hour
RECREATION LEADER
$8.43 to $12.65 per hour
SUBSTITUTE COMMUNICATIONS OPERATOR
$12.98 to $19.48 per hour
SUBSTITUTE PART-TIME TREATMENT PLANT OPERATORS
Class A, B or C W/WW License $15.00 per hour

Full time employee's eligible for medical/dental insurance land more!
Apply with application before deadlines to: City of St. Cloud Human
Resources, 1300 9th Street, St. Cloud, FL 34769.
Job Line: 407-957-7272; Fax 407-957-7273;
Email; humanresources(astcloud.org;
Website: www.stcloud.org. M/F/EOE/D/V.


FOR RENT Mobile home. 1/BR, clean,
central air. No pets. .407-846-0698.
'92 MANUFACTURED Home. 40+ adult
park. 1075/sf., 2/porches, laundry
room, shed. Excellent resort area. South
Kissimmee. $59,500. 407-846-0627.
S 1065-Travel Trailers -

SPECIAL DESIGNED TRAILER
Clearance Sale
New 7X16X6.5 Cargo Trailer W/Conver-
sion Package. ,
New 7X12X5.8 Harley Bike Or ATV Trailer.
(407) 908-2909
I 1.070-RV's I

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

I 1085-Office Space

OFFICE SPACE 604/sf. with parking on
North John Young Pkwy, Bermuda Point.
nmmedi3ie occupancy 407-846-3560
OFFICE SPACE. ,lini Suies From $295
Per Month, includes DSL Conierence
Room. No Longlerrm Leaie LuckenBOacr
Realty (407) 6'7-1143
OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE
Be-l ICcaiior, in Oscela County
l.1in & Execulive Suil"c
100 IO over 5000 sq h
G.c,r,g FaIl
Call ,ice. or ,cme ;e ir. e ne
La Mirada Plaza
407-483-4000
I 1095-Warehouses I

FOR RENT. SI Ci.ua Ornce Warerouse
315 S qii plus mezzanine receiving
aoe'r 407-344-1004
KISSIMMEE 4500 SO. FT.
4 Ohice War.rou-se Siorage.
Z.ner, Busine s Or Irduiirial.
40T7-90-8.85E. Or 407.847-2804.

WAREHOUSE WITH Otrce lor rent.
1100 .qn iroI 1 Big 5K'v Blva Kissim-
nee 407.847--,8

1130-Real Estate
For Sale

LOOK IN our H merlniar Secihon for
' ore Real Eilalre Ad


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.q~qtirdav. Sentember 23. 2006


Page C14, NEWS-GAZETTE,


POINCIANA, 3BR/2BA/2CAR. 1050/
Sq.Ft. Large Screened Porch. Great Con-
dition. $183,000. Will Pay Closing Costs.
(407) 468-6429. (407) 908- 9097.
ST.CLOUD, BRAND NEW 3BR/2BA in
town, near lake, close to everything. Was
$225,000. Now $217,000. Better hurry!!!
(407) 892-9661.


3BR/2BA W/COVERED back porch. Nes-
tled among grandfather oaks in secluded
neighborhood. Centrally located, minutes
to schools, shopping, 192. $259,900. 321-
443-6653.



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BEAUTIFUL 412. ,,.i mmn F:EO,
407-870-2595. $275,000.
Info & pictures
infotube.net listing #1551369.
OPEN HOUSE
Sat. 9/30, 1-4pm.







POOL HOME
,$199K' Springhill, FlI.ri. 3 BedrL.o '2
Bath. 2 Car Garage. Freplace Erc. ri
,..,ndilor, 1878 Sq. Fl Tl uoi s. ol,..r .
LUnan LanIsr'capin. Screened l-l7i '-3.
97.







VIEW OF LAKE TOHO
3/2. Pool And Spa. Near Downtown.
2000 Sq. Ft. Upgrades. $299,000.00.
Owner/Realtor. C-21 Diamond.
(407)791-1086.
3BR/2BA/2CAR. Osceola County, 1284
Sq.Ft. Open Floor Plan, Fresh Paint..
10X20 Patio W/Vinyl Windows, Tile. Lots
More. $195,000. Missy: (863) 412-4169.
AMANDATHE REALTOR.COM
How much has
your'home appreciated?
Call for Free Market Analysis.
Amanda Hancock, Realtor
(407) 709-8777
"'Turning Dreams Into Realily"
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE
r, P.,r,,:,aha 3 BE .r":.C.rr Bir, Car CGa.-"
rage. Built 1998. Freshly Painted. Comer Lot.
Nice Neighborhood. $199,500 By Owner.

DISTRESS FORECLOSURES!
Free List
www.DebbieRoweHomelnfo.com
Home Investment Realty, Inc.
407-908-0215
HOUSE FOR SALE
St.Cloud. 2BR/1BA. Good Condition,
Well Maintained. Enclosed Screened
Porch,
Fenced Backyard. $160,000.
Won't Last Long!
(407) 361-2893
HOUSE FOR Sale. 3BR/2BA. 430 Jersey
Ave., St.Cloud. Listed for $239,000. Call
407-957-8031.
IMAGINE CHARMING, high ceilings, histori-
:ai i,.:.ne. bri i ,h i,..rfjl -~.. rr. ,jd.,-rr, il'h-
n ew pri r' ies'.lci er en appciranr,, o:,i-
.Ec iin ,-,vern rievs .-ul ar.:.r ,.:,.,3, Il,,:r Io-
-,u.. room lX.rrm, i l,-'r.:.omr d, rin,.g 2
.ai'r over 170"i :q n I '.,v rri, iup 1 :.. r-
.:om LuSrh lir .,:ap .ing 24'00 ljO l:Ud.
CALL 407) ,'90815Ce5.
KISSIMMEE HOME For sale. $120,000.
2BR/2BA. $5000 towards buyers closing
costs. Dayry, 305-484-1333. Realtor/Owner.
LAKE ALFRED- TOTALLY UPDATED
Pool Home. 3BR/2BA, LR, DR, FR/extra
room. Asking $210,000. 863-640-4968.








BRAND NEW 3BR/2BA, 2CG, Den.
1800+Sq.Ft. All Appliances. $265K.
Seller Motivated. (407) 346-3453
POINCIANA
Beautiful 4BR2BA, 1200 Sq.Ft.
Must See!!! $199,000.
407-705-7293
UPSCALE KEY WEST STYLE HOME!
Spacious .3/2.5, screen pool/lanai, front
veranda, fireplace, inside utility, potential
bonus, lush landscaping. WATSON REAL-
TY, 321-277-5881, Ann Hoff-Fanaian.




OFFICE/PROFESSIONAL
CLOSE TO COURTHOUSE
.910 Mabbette Beautiful 2-story building! 1,066
sq. ft. 4 offices, breakroom & bath
111 S. Randolph Professional office, 1,289
sq. ft. Private parking lot
LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION
LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF
OAK & MAIN STREETS
*921 Main Medical/office space 2 suites avail.
653 sq.ft. & 1,142 sq.ft.
INDUSTRIAL ST. CLOUD
BRAND NEW BLDGS -
Office, bath & warehouse space.
1,575 sq. It. per unit. $1379 per month.
CALL OUR OFFICE FOR
MORE INFORMATION
OLDE
KISSIMMEE
REALTY, INC. ,
407-944-4822
okrealty@juno.com


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.

Osceola Shopper

OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETE


I 1145-Townhouses I


2BR/2BA, GARAGE, Washer. Dryer, Frig.
1257/Sq.Ft. 3413 Village Green Ct.,
St.Cloud.
Shay (321) 443-6697.
Jack (815) 540-5372
TOWNHOME, 2BR/2BA 1/Car Garage.
Screened Porch W/Waterview. New AC,
Flooring, Roof. Huge Walk-in Closets. Eat-
in Kitchen. Vaulted Ceilings. $184,500.
(407) 319-2226.


I 1165-Mobile Homes


100% FINANCING
WITH PAYMENTS
AS LOW AS $1100 MONTH!
Like New, Magic Landings, Kissim-
mee. Rare 4BR/4BA Beautifully Land-
scaped, Contemporary Home In Gated
Community. 2355 Sq.Ft. Enclosed In-
ground Pool, Sprinkler System, W/D &
Much, Much More! Home Will Be Con-
tracted To First Qualified Buyer On
September 23rd.
NO EXCEPTIONS
Call For Details:
(866) 327-7204


?. ..a ^ -. .
&A .. . ,,-.

POINCIANA/ FSBO
Pool Home, 1850 'Sq.Ft., 4BR/2BA with
many upgrades & new appliances. Quiet
cul de sac near school. $280,000. Sellers
motivated. (407) 791-6467
(407) 301-6833


"* ~ ~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ^



ST.CLOUD, NEW 4BR/3BA, *q FT
Living W/Pool, Tile Floors, Solid Surface
Counter Tops, 42" Cabinets. Must See!
$345,000
Americas Homes (407) 908-9576

.. . .
7--


A

THE LOOP STONEFIELD Hunters
Creek. F.S.B.O. Large 4BR/3BA, 3/Car
Garage, Water View. Pick Your Colors.
Motivated Seller. Appraised At $415,000.
Accepting Offers. (407) 847-4066.
Realtors 3% Co-op.
ZERO DOWN
MAKE $36K AT CLOSING
4BR/2BA & 2BR/1BA
Completely Renovated 2006
Motivated Seller
Call For Details
(407) 832-0290


Ki
a Ira V -10AL A1


* St. Cloud
4/3/2/ Home 3000sf...... $1475/mo
4/2.5/2 New H6me, Lg Yard $1400/mo
3/2/2/ Pool Home. ....... $1400/mo
3/2 MH, Carport ...........$850/mo
4/3/2/ Home, Fenced .... $1300/mo
* Kissimmee/Poinciana
.- The Oaks ....... .$1350/mo
Furn Townhm ..... .$1100/mo
4/3/2 The Oaks Furn .. .$1500/mo


COVINGTON ESTATES. Beautiful, like
new 2BR/2BA, corner lot, front porch
overlooks lake. Close to pool, clubhouse.
Only $45,000.! 407-933-5264.
1987 LIBERTY Mobile Home.
Singlewide. 3 Bedroom. 2 Bath.
Buyer Must Movel $4,000.00.
(407) 957-5355.
2BR/2 FULL Baths 14x66 mobile home,
screened patio, family park on lake. Nice
lot. Rummell Road area. $22,000. 321-
624-0690.
2BR/2BA, FAMILY PARK. Rummell
Road. Florida Room, Carport, Shed, Ap-
pliances. New CHA. Partially Furnished.
Very Clean. $15,000. O.B.O. Pauline:
(407) 346-0938. (407) 346-0930.
EAST ST.CLOUD. Adult Park. 2BR/2BA,
14X56. Great 'shape, screened room,
large attached shed. Ready to move in.
Must see!!! $14,500. (407) 957-2117.
(863) 412-4488.
KISSIMMEE GARDENS Adult park,
gated, pool. Must seel Good condition.
3BR/2BA, furnished. 14 70'. $21,000.
407-891-6934. .


I 1175-Out of State
150 ACRES & 46 ACRES
S Appiiri.c County Georgia
1,912) 36--4i8, (912)278-0514

I 1255-Auto/Truck Repair
ROKENDO*AUTO
*Automatic-Transmission*
*Electrical*
Chrys.Jeep.Specialized
407-933-5700

S 1270-Vans
1989 DODGE Cargo Van. GoodFor
Handyman. Best Offer. Call (407) 376-
S2747.
1990 CHEVROLET 3/4 Ton Van. Good
Work Van! Runs Good! $1500. O.B.O.
S(407)234-5665.
1995 GMC VANDURA Executive 2500.
TV, VCR, Stereo. Refrigerator Bed. Excel-
lent Condition. i,.500 1401 414-3526.
(407) 892-8584.
1996 AEROSTAR. White. Long-Wheel
Based. Excellent Shape. 27 MPG.
$3,500.00. (407).846-4933.
o2000 FORD Windstar SE. Fully Loaded.
All Power. 87,000 Family Miles. Good
'Condition. $6,500.00. (407) 891-8244.
"99 CHEVY VENTURE LS Average miles,
'great shape. 4/door extended. Loaded.
.Asking $6300. 407-414-1066.
'99 CHRYSLER Town and Country Mini-
van XL. New AC unit, 94,280/miles. Sien-
,na Green/grey interior. $6000. 407-301-
8375.
1275-Trucks |
1984 FORD F150. 4 X 4. Solid Body.
;Good Work Truck. 6" Lift. Wide Tires.
$2,250. 407-931-0373. 407-288-4982.



ST. CLOUD

NO BANK NEEDED!
Owner Financing

Immaculate 4 BR, 2 Bath on

Only $324,900
24hr Free Irifo
1-800-648-0638 Ext. 180
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A Great Place To Call Home!


Conveniently Located
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Kissimmee, FL
SMD Southern Management and Development, L.P.


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2953 WILDERNESS EAST BLVD.
3300 sq. ft. home on the 3rd hole, caged pool, 3/2 + den. 3 + car garage.
Tile and wood floors, marble bathrooms, etched glass, view of golf course
and lake. Located in Riverwilderness.. $849,000

Riverwilderness Golf and Country Club is a 1400 acre private golf
and country club situated south of Hwy. 301, near Bradenton... 3
miles east of 1-75, and located along the shore of the historic
Manatee River. Convenient to 12 public schools, 10 private
schools, 16 churches, numerous restaurants and shopping facilities.

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941-915-8237


1951 FORD Pickup Street Rod. $12,000.
Must sell. Make offer. (407) 933-8728.


1979 FORD F150, 4WD. 1981 engine,
new tires. $775. 407-346-2818.
1987 F700, 6.6L, 6/cyl. engine. 205,700
Miles. 8'X20.6" flatbed. Needs work. Best
offer! (407) 846-1872.
1994 FORD F-150 Super Cab 4x4. Top-
per. Excellent! $6,500 OBO. (814)771-
0165.
1997 FORD F150. Loaded. New AC.
Good condition. 407-847-6346 or cell 313-
231-3394.
1997 JEEP Cherokee 4x4. 4/door, great
condition. $2700. 321-624-9384.
1998 DODGE Durango- 92,000/mi. Great
condition. $5800. 407-625-3533.
2000 DODGE Truck. 5/speed, V8. 97K.
$6200. 321-377-5348.



FOR RENT
NO PETS
Freshly Painted &
Cleaned.
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath
Mobile Home, CHA,
New Carpet.
Includes Water, Sewer,
Lawn Care, Trash
Removal & Lot Rent.

$675/mo. $775 Sec.'Dep.

Cell# 407-301-5370,
407-348-0805 I
Cell# 407-873-4593


1999 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500.
95,000/mi. Black 4/WD, 3/door, Alpine
stereo, oversized tires. Mint condition
$18,000. 407-709-2155.
1999 FORD EXPEDITION.
(Eddie Bauer). Black/Gold. Fully
Loaded. Excellent Condition.
$9,500.00. Call (407) 922-2692.


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.
2000 CHEVY S10. 49K. Fiberglass top-
per. Excellent condition. $5200 obo. 407-
957-1076.
2001 CHEVROLET Pick-up Truck.
$10,000. (321) 624-3021.
2001 CHEVY 2500HD Diesel, 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 DODGE Pickup. Loaded. Hemi, ex-
tended cab, blue. 22,000/mi. $16,500.
407-908-4765.
2003 TOYOTA Tundra. Fully loades, run-
ning boards. Runs great! $19,000 .obo.
407-944-0052 or 917-660-8402.


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APARTMENTS

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


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FOR SALE
COVINGTON 2000, Like New, 3/2, 1,200 sq.ft ............................... .$51,900
COVINGTON 2005, Skyline, Like New, 3/2. ...... .................... ...... only $59,900
COVINGTON 2001 4/2, 2000 SF, priced for a quick sale, on water .................. $62,000 -
COVINGTON Palm Harbor, Like New, 3/2, 1,700 sq.ft .............. ...$64,900 15
COVINGTON 2004, Skyline, 3/2, w/porch on back of home. .......... .$64,900 192
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ACKLEY FLORIDA


22 W Monument Ave
Kissimmee, FL 34741
Tel: 407-846-8846
Fax: 407-846-3407
www.AckleyFlorida.com
PropertyManager@AckleyFlorida.com


PROPERTY MANA6MEN'T

Ackley Florida Property Management, Inc.
Offering complete property management services in
Osceola, Polk & Orange Counties for over 20 years.
Rental properties now available for immediate occupancy in
Kissimmee, Poinciana and Davenport.
2-5 bedroom homes starting at $750.00.
Call us Monday through Friday, between 9 am and 5 pm
to request a list and/or schedule a showing!
You can also see some of our listings in the MLS and RentClicks.com |
Let us help you find your new home.
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Short or Long Term

All homes also available for purchase ~


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3312 Woodland Fern Ln.
2000 sq. ft. 3/2, view of preserve, carpet and tile, caged lanai, 2
car garage, community pool.


3203 Woodland Fern Ln.
1 i '; I i: aged ian.i wi;t-, juli in spa carpeil ,nId l
c.)r g aq.,qe :,::-mrrurnI i o.,l p,:,r',3 .., .'


3404 Brookridge Lane
2400 sq. ft. 3/2, 2 car garage, tile and carpet, community pool,
preserve view, cul-de-sac.


2426 Wilderness Blvd. West
'.'lla 1r00 q ftI 3 I .nd c rpal, 2 ,cre ed i a rea, -3:
G'argaraqe .-ewo 0 oi and ror, corrrnmun,av pool


Riverwildemess Golf and Country Club is a 1400 acre private golf and country club situated souih ot H v,
3ilnc.ar Bradenton. 3 mile, cj:t ol I.75. ,ind i-cited j,,ne thle shore f the hiltor\it Mfliee River.
Con eil ient il 1 2 public. '. hooi ., [Il pil i'.je 1oo1k. lb cliuli.les, tilulllerous restaiurin1, jnd lihopping f'ciiltic,,.

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2005 CHEVY 2500. HD. Automatic. Utility
Work Truck. Good Condition. 19K Miles.
$18,000 O.B.O. (407) 846-9122.
CHEVY SUBURBAN 1500 LT. 1996, 4x4,
7/passenger, leather, loaded. New parts.
$5000 obo. 407-891-3891.
FOR SALE 2001 Mazda extended cab
truck. 5/speed, V6 engine. 44,000/mi. Ex-
cellent condition. $7500. 407-348-3548.
FORD DIESEL 350 4/Door Lariat. Tan-
dem, Extra Tank, 5th. Wheel Plate. Load-
ed!!! (407) 908-2909.
'02 DODGE RAM 1500.V8, 8' bed. Auto,
A/C, cruise, tilt, tow package, topper.
100K. 1 owner. $11,000. 407-744-1712.
'93 F150 with money making business,
$7000. 407-891-1649, 407-414-3404.
'99 RANGER XLT Single cab. V6, au-
tomatic transmission, low miles. Excellent
condition. $6400. 407-414-1066.
1285-Travel
Trailers
1995 SKYLINE Nomad. 17'. Sleeps/5. AC,
new tires. Good condition. Everything
works. $5200. 407-891-8486.
'03 27' Coachman LT Series. CHA,
Slide-out, Power Lift Hitch, Security Tinted
Windows, Large Canopy & More!!!
$16,999. (407) 957-6002.
S1297-ATV's


2001 YUKON ETON ATV 4/wheeler. Red.
Used only 6 times. $1200 obo. 407-908-
0159.
I 1305-Automobiles I
$500! POLICE Impounds! Cars from
$500! For Listings Call 800-366-9813,
ext.3310.


1954 FORD V-8 Customline, 4/door.
Excellent buy. $5,000. 407-729-5241.
1965 MERC Monterey. Partially Restored.
390 Eng. 62,000 Miles. Roll Down Rear
Window, Opra Windows. (407) 873-6911.
(407) 933-0222.
1974 CORVETTE Stingray custom.
$15,000. After 5pm, 407-932-2047.
1977 CHEVY Camaro Z28. AC, 350/en-
gine, matching numbers, 4/speed,
White/black interior. Perfect condition.
Negotiable. 407-957-6516.
1980 CABALLERO 350. Cold AC, PW,
PS, PL, new paint. $5500 or trade for bike
,* or old car John 407-489-8152.
1983 TOYOTA Cressida wagon. Fully
loaded. Overhauled whole transmission
and rear end, new engine. Best offer. 321-
284-4638.
1985 CAMARO Iroc Z28. Original Owner.
Limited Edition, Collectors. L69, 5.0, H.O,
5/Speed. 54K/Miles. (407) 933-7553.
1986 MERCEDES 300SL convertible.
Hardtop w/ceiling hitch. New soft top.
Almost perfect. Real beauty! $11,800.
407-957-9470.
1990 CADDY Deville 4/door. Great shape.
Looks, runs great! Low-miles. New brakes,
air, CD. Must See! $3900 O.B.O. (407)
433-9727.
1990 HONDA Accord DX. 4 Door. Runs
Good. Best Offer. Call (407) 376-2747.
1990 LINCOLN Towncar. Low Mileage,
Runs Excellent, Good Tires, Body. Black.
Needs Minor Window Work. $1100.
(407) 240-7512.
1993 LINCOLN Mark VIIl. Good Condi-
tion. Leather Interior. Sunroof. Excellent
Buy! $2,500.00. (407) 847-5614.


1994 SAI TURN SL. very low miles & cold
AC. $1850. (407) 931-1536.
1995 HONDA Accord. (Wrecked). New
Engine. $800.00. OBO. (407) 908-2864.
1996 MERCEDES S420. Gold color,
Bose speakers. 130,000/mi. Excellent
condition. Dealers welcome. $14,500 obo.
407-344-4346.
1997 HONDA Accord. 2 Door.. Black. Au-
tomatic. Sunroof. Leather Interior. $4,500.
OBO. (407) 908-2864.
1997 JEEP Grand Cherokee. 6/Cylinder,
68K Miles. $5000. O.B.O. (773) 908-8257.
1997 OLDS LSS.
58,000 Miles. $3,500.00. 2100 N. Semi-
nole Street. Kissimmee. (407) 847-0027.
1998 FORD Windstar GL. 109K/miles, au-
tomatic, PL, clean, reliable. Sky blue color.
$3000 O.B.O. (407) 346-2005.
1998 JXL Sebring Convertible. Very.
Clean. Low Miles. $5,500.00 O.B.O.. Must
See. (407) 908-4710.
1999 CHRYSLER Convertible Sebring.
Fully Loaded. Excellent condition. New
brakes. $6300 O.B.O. 407-957-0995.
1999 HONDA Civic EX. A/C, Sunroof,
PW/PL, 58K/Miles. $8500 OBO. (407)
343-0431.
2000 CHEVY TRACKER- Black SUV,
105K miles. Very good condition. Take
over payments $250 month. 321-437-
8540.
2000 SATURN SL1. Automatic transmis-
sion, 4/door, average miles, CD. Excellent
condition. Asking $4400. 407-414-1066.


2001 MIATA Excellent condition. British
racing green, tan convertible top, tan
leather interior. 35,000/mi. $14,200. 407-
891-3627 after 7pm.


2001 SATURN SL1 4 door, CD, cold A/C.
Great condition. $3,900. 321-231-9117.
2002 PONTIAC. Grand Prix. White,
4/Door, 3.8 Litre. 40K 'Miles. All
Mechanical Records. $11,000. Firm. (863)
852-8347.
2003 2/DOOR BLAZER. Blue, tow pack-
age, loaded, low miles. Excellent condi-
tion. $15,990 obo. 407-892-2773.
2003 MERCURY Marquis GS. Gold Pack-
age. Leather Half Roof. '30K Miles. Must
See. $12,500. Firm. (407) 518-0356.
2003 MITSUBISHI Outlander. 51K. Au-
tomatic. Electric Windows/Lock. Cruise.
$9,800. Days (407) 908-2387. Eves
(407) 935-1.724.
2003 TOYOTA Solara- Gold, sunroof,
great condition. Great Gift! Call for more
info, 407-498-0779.
2004 NISSAN Sentra. Like new. 1/owner.
Still under warranty. 29K/miles. All power.
$10,500. 321-443-0308.
2005 CUSTOM Mustang. Red/black
stripes, Shaker stereo, Cobra wheels.
12,000/mi. $18,000 obo. 321-624-1600.
ESTATE SALE Of 3/cars.
1994 Sports'Mustang
1993 Custom Conversion Van
(30,000/mi.)
1989 Sunbird Pontiac
Convertible.
All run great! Best offer.
Bert 407-870-1909.
ISUZU RODEO, 1993. Good Condition
W/Sunroof, Automatic, V-6. $2900. Nego-
tiable.
(407) 288-3733.
LINCOLN TOWNCAR. 1993. Pearl white.
Runs great. New interior, low miles.
$5000. 407-892-5701.


MOVIVIIIING TO ARIZONA! U3 Jettall 1-L3.
Loaded. 18,000/mi. White/camel, leather.
Sacrifice at $13,999. 407-957-6891, 858-
775-0666.
'02 HONDA CRV LX. 65K. AT, Green/Tan.
Single Owner. Non-smoker. Clean. Ex-
tras!!! $12,900 O.B.O. (407) 873-4276.
'56 CHEVY. Red/Black. 327/Automatic. New:
Interior, Rims, Tires, Radiator. Disk, XM 4:11
Posi, More!!! $12,950. (407) 414-1850.
'71 THUNDERBIRD Show quality. 99%
original. 63,000/mi. $5500. 407-891-7470.
'79 LINCOLN Town Coupe. New Michelin
tires, good AC. 46,000/mi. Excellent
shape. Price negotiable.
407-846-4933.
'94 LINCOLN Mark VIII, 87K Miles. Excel-
lent Condition. $4500. O.B.O. (407) 738-
2701.
'97 SATURN. 159K Miles. AC, 5/Speed.
Runs Great! $1450. O.B.O. (407) 396-
4666 Days.

| 1325-Boats |
18' RANGER Bay boat '90 135 V6 Merc
04 aluminum trailer, trolling motor. $3250
O.B.O. 407-301-4632.
1992 JAVELIN Fish and ski boat. Beauti-
ful boat. Superb condition. Only 150/hrs.
Extras. $10K. 407-957-7744.
19' FOUR WINNS Ski Boat. Drive-on
Trailer. Bimini Top. Runs Great. $3500.
(321) 624-1980.
2004 SEARAY Sundeck W/Trailer, Trim
Tabs, Radio, CD Player. Only Used
10/Hours. Beautiful! $29,000.
(407) 891-1893.


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Service Advisor


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Service Advisor


AnniversaryMintenance Specials 0


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Apply in person to Bill Kurtz


6elebratin 35 years O a6iy

Ofterated Sewrce to Oeewoa owutye



HIGHWAY 192 (Across from Heritage Park & Silver Spurs Arena)
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04 FORD EXPLORER
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Photos for illustration purposes'only. All offers with approved credit. Tax, tag, title, retailer-installed accessories and4398.50 dealer fee extra.
*Final Summer Bonus Cash available on new 2007 VUE & RELAY ($1,000) and ION ($500). Excludes AURA & SKY.


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huge kitchen that overlooks the family room Kitchen Includes 42 cabinets, computer desk,
recessed can lighting, and appliance package with smooithfop range. Tile in foyer, kitchen,
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array of recreational amenities await you, a clubhouse, a comiriunity pool, tennis, volley-
ball, racquetball, basketball. fishing, b-acng., and hiking trails. Y\ur large yard will hnve
luts of space ftor outdoor recreation and criterta:inment. Residents love the famtil'y-f'rni)i.ll.
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space and features tile in foyer, kitchen, and bathrooms.
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bathrooms. Arches in living and dining areas Tne oversized
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perlectlv siluated on an oversized cul-de-sac homesite with
conservation views. Beautiful rotunda entryway. Home features
include 42" cabinets, large panlry, smoolhlop range, knock-
down ceilings, and exterior coach lights. Tile in rotunda.
kitchen, and bathrooms.. %. #Y'4 .99'


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and bathrooms. Your Kitchen includes 42 cabinets, recessed
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