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October 28, 2006


Kissimmee unveils lakefront plans


By Brian McBride
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Four fairly similar lakefront
development options dis-
played Wednesday showed
what the future might hold for
an area of Kissimmee consid-
ered to be both hallowed
green space and prime real
estate.
Residents snaked around
the different viewing stations
in the Kissimmee Civic Center
meeting room, peppering
project consultants and city
staff with questions on the
scale drawings displayed
It was the last public input
session that will be held on,
development of the lakefront.
Final surveys completed by
residents will be used to pres-
ent a finished concept to the
Kissimmee City Commission
on Nov. 14.


City Commission expected

to review proposals Nov. 14


"It's a first class park plan,"
said Craig Holland, assistant
development services director
for the city.
The four different develop-
ment options, which differed
slightly, were created from
input offered by residents dur-
ing two public hearings earlier
this, year. Features of the
designs presented Wednesday
include:
.* A marina, bait shop and
seafood restaurant would be
grouped together' at the south
end of the lakefront where
there also would be a marina
and dock expansion.
A pedestrian walkway


between South Beaumont
Avenue and Ruby Street
would be expanded and would
be bordered on both sides
with sabal palm trees.
Lakefront Boulevard,
between Ruby and Monument
avenues, would be closed off,
and the stretch would become
a brick road that could be used
for special events.
Public boat slips would be
available on Lake Tohopekali-
ga. A pavilion/stage would be
built on the waterfront and
additional parking lots would,
be constructed, but away from
the lake.
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Shown above is a proposed new interactive splash plaza at the center of the
lakefront park. One plan suggests the former Roy A. Hansell plant on Ruby
Avenue be demolished and replaced by condominiums and retail space.


DEVELOPING ROAD MAP FOR GROWTH


Plan would

require builders

to address

school needs
By Deanna Sheffield
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Osceola County School District
officials and consultants are in the
final stages of adopting a concurren-
cy plan that would ensure new
schools are planned alongside new
residential neighborhoods.
A draft of a proposed interlocal
agreement on concurrency is expect-
ed to be complete this week. The
cities of Kissimmee and St. Cloud
and Osceola County government
would still need to approve that
agreement. Attorneys for the three
municipalities and the school district
are still working on the document's
wording.
"We finally put together a feasible
plan that we think you'll be excited
about," Leo Noble, a consultant to
the School Board on concurrency,
told School Board members recently.
A key component of the agree-
ment details major projects that the
school district would build over the
next 20 years. That plan would be
much more comprehensive than the
5- and 10-year capital plans in place.
at the district now, Noble said.
"This is something the school dis-
trict has never had to do before, and
it's the basis for the whole thing
See Schools, page A-6


News-Gazette Photo/Sam Roberts
Sunrise Elementary, shown under construction in January, was one of two new elementary
schools to open this year. The Osceola County School District plans to build 20 elementary
schools over the next 10 years.

Builders say St. Cloud too restrictive on development


By Jason Holland
News-Gazette Staff Writer
In hopes of breaking down barri-
ers between developers and St.
Cloud, the City Council met recently
with builders and residents to discuss
the future growth of the city.
The city wants to manage
growth, install required infrastruc-
ture improvements and maintain
the small town values that resi-
dents cherish.
Developers and builders, however,,


contend the city has become hostile
toward projects involving town
homes and smaller lot sizes.
.The Oct. 19 meeting, suggested
by Councilwoman Mickey Hopper,
was organized because city officials
are concerned that if St. Cloud
rejects those projects and developers
choose to develop outside city limits,
the development still impacts the
city. Those 'projects are sometimes
annexed into the city and the city
does not receive any impact fees or


has no say in the development.
"Normally we don't take public
comment at workshops, but we
wanted to do things differently
tonight. We wanted to open it up to
the development community and the
public," said Mayor Donna Hart at
the opening of the meeting. "We
want to establish a better working
relationship between developers, res-
idents, staff and the council."
See St. Cloud, page A-6


School officials criticize union for distributing fliers


By Deanna Sheffield
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Osceola County school officials
have criticized Teamsters Local No.
385 for placing a list of their endorse-
ments in the mailboxes of Osceola
County School District transportation
employees.
The flier, which featured a list of
mostly Democratic candidates that the
union endorses, was distributed to
about 300 Osceola County School
District transportation employees such
as bus drivers and mechanics.
Superintendent Blaine Muse said he
told Teamsters President Mike Staple-
ton the act was a breach of contract
language and School Board rules vio-


/ This was a contract violation on behalf .--wP
of the Teamsters Local No. 385 as well
as a violation of School Board rules." J
BLAINE MUSE
Osceola County school superintendent 'I
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lation and will follow up with written
correspondence.
"This was a contract violation on
behalf of the Teamsters Local No. 385
as well as a violation of School Board
rules," Muse said. "The contract
requires the Teamsters to provide a
copy of material to be placed in the
mailbox to the administration and this


was not done. The School Board rule
also prohibits any type of campaign
material on school board property so
they were also in violation of this
rule."
Stapleton, who was on vacation
this week, was unavailable for com-
ment. Other union officials would not
comment.


Patricia Orner, who represents
Precinct 11 for the Osceola County
Republican Executive Committee, crit-
icized the Teamsters' movc. She said
she first found out about the incident
when her husband, a bus driver for the
district, found one of the fliers in his
district box. She said some cafeteria
workers also might have received the
endorsements.
"It's against county policy," she
said. "You don't put political materials
on county property."
Orner said the only way to even the
playing field now is to allow GOP rep-
resentatives to also pass out fliers
endorsing candidates.
See Flier, page A-7


Hearing


planned

on zones


for new


school

By Deanna Sheffield
News-Gazette Staff Writer
The Osceola County
School District's redistricting
committee has approved a
zoning plan for High School
EEE, scheduled to open in
2007, which involved pulling
a majority of its students from
Poinciana High School.
The plan will be formally
adopted following a public
hearing Nov. 21.
Rhonda Blake, computer
mapping/attendance zone
boundary specialist for the dis-
trict, said only two of four
scheduled public meetings
were held on the zoning effort
because parents declared they
were satisfied with the plan.
She said about 60 parents
attended the two meetings.
Most attended out of curiosity
or to ask questions.
"Plan A was the most feasi-
ble plan," said Angela Marino,
research and accountability
coordinator.
Plan A, deemed the most
practical all along, involves
drawing the bulk of students -
1,720 from Poinciana High
School and 112 from Cele-
bration High School. Includ-
ing the sizeable amount of
growth expected over this
year and next, the new high
school is expected to have
2,372 students by 2008. The
school will have 2,361 per-
manent student student stations.
The proposed zone for
High School EEE includes
portions of southern Kissim-
mee and Poinciana.
The plan also includes
moving 91 Osceola High
School students to Celebra-
tion High School and 278
Celebration High School stu-
dents to Poinciana High
School.
Osceola High students
being rezoned to Celebration
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Rumor of fight
brought police to
Denn John school
Rumors of a potential fight
at Denn John Middle School
sparked an investigation
Thursday by school resource
officers and the Kissimmee
Police Department.
A school resource officer
-was approached by a student
in the morning who had heard
'a gang fight involving a knife
might occur. ;
About a dozen resource
officers, police officers and,
detectives showed up and
,found some truth to the fight
:rumor but were unable to get.
:any students to say v'.ho was'
,involved, said Lt. Ralph
Moore, police spokesman. :
The entire school was,
searched, but no knife was,
found, and no charges were
filed.
"The police can't arrest
people just for thinking about
fighting," Moore said.
Some have called the inci-
dent a "lockdown," but school
district spokeswoman Dana
Schafer said that's not what
happened.
S"The school heard a
rumor," she said. "It absolute-
ly was not locked down
today."
Shafer said principal Rob
Paswaters issued a "stay-put
directive" sometime around 9
a.m. to ensure student safety.
During lockdowns, no one
may come in or out of the
school, and students are held'
in classrooms.
Students were told to stay
in class while investigators
searched the school, Schafer
said. Once classrooms were
searched; students were
cleared to go to lunch.
The directive was lifted
around 1:30 p.m., and the
prir-:ip,:l sent letters home
,with students about what hap-


St. Cloud
Police Photo
Shown left
are purses
confiscated-
by the St.
Cloud Police
Department.


opened, Schafer said.
Approximately 1,168 stu-
dents attend'Denn John Mid-
dle School.
Woman charged with
selling counterfeit
items
A St. Cloud, woman was
charged Tuesday with selling


counterfeit high-end purses,'
wallets,. watches and jewelry
out of her home.
Rebecca Minor, 39, of
2376 Deer Creek Blvd., was
charged with vending goods
or services with counterfeit
trademarks or service marks,
according to St. Cloud Police
Department reports.


Osceola County Photo
Shown from left are
Justin Valero, fifth
grade; Anna Maria
Grulich, third grade;
and Lauren Elle Grulich,
second grade. The stu-
dents were winner of
the Osceola County
Commission's annual
Hispanic Heritage Essay
Contest for children of
county employees. The
theme of this year's
essay was: Why is
learning about Florida's
diverse Hispanic her-
itage and culture impor-
tant? Essayists were
encouraged to write
their essays from the
heart, relying very little
on statistics and other
research, and instead
focusing more on what
they think and how
they feel..


St. Cloud police confiscat-
ed more than 150 counterfeit
'items, including those marked
as Louis Vuitton, Coach,
Gucci, Burberry, Tiffany,
Movado, Cartier and Prada.
Police estimate the products
would have been worth
approximately $50,000 had
they been authentic.
According to Heather
Paynter, St. Cloud public
information officer, police first
learned of the operation
through two citizens, who had
purchased items at the home,
had suspicions about their
authenticity and then contact-
ed law enforcement, prompt-
ing the department to seek a
warrant to search the home..
Minor told police that she
never told buyers whether the
items were real or fake and
See News briefs, page A-7


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Shown above is the proposed residential and retail
complex that could be built where the former Roy A.
Hansell plant now sits on Ruby Avenue.


Lakefront
Continued from page i
/* A new interactive splash
plaza would be placed at the
center of the park and the for-
mer Roy A. Hansell plant on
Ruby Avenue would be demol-
ished and replaced by condo-
miniums and retail space.
"I'm just. glad the public
was involved," said Kissim-
mee resident Mike Trimm.
"That's what we wanted."
Trimm was part of a pub-
lic outcry last year opposing
a plan by developers
FaulknerUSA of Austin,
Texas, and local developer
Bob Snow who designed the
former Church Street Sta-
tion in Orlando. Opponents
feared that developers would
reduce green space and pri-
vatize the park with projects
that included a four-story
condominium/hotel. Kissim-
mee City Commissioners
eventually cut ties with these
developers.


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"I just wish they would have
started it this way," said Roy
Oddo, owner of Signature by
the Lake restaurant, of public
input. 'Everyone I've talked to
says they feel involved."
The city's parks and recre-
ation department budgeted
$250,000 for lakefront proj-
ect seed money this year and
$3 million in the 2007-08 fis-
cal year budget; said Dan Lou-
bier, department director. But
it was unknown how fast the
project would be completed
once approved by the City
Commission.
S "It jut just depends on how
much of a priority it is in the
community," Loubier said."
For residentss who missed
the viewing, the plans will be
Son display at Kissimmee City
Hall until Nov. 3.
Contact Brian McBride at
407-846-7600, Ext. 208.
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Opinion


Editorial


Delay was
Osceola County commissioners
made the right decision to delay hik-
ing road impact fees in order to have
time to better assess the potential
impact and to reexamine the county's
formula for determining those fees.
Local business interests have
argued that increasing the fees to pro-
posed levels would be detrimental to
commercial development, because
our fees would be much higher than
neighboring counties.
We are not-saying that higher fees
aren't needed to keep up with the
growing cost of and demand for new
roads. We just agree that more time
.must be put into deciding the appro-
priate fee and seeking other ways to
pay for new roads.
The last fee increase was in 2003,
which is part of the problem. Like
school impact fees, road impact fees
ought to be increased an amount
annually that corresponds with the
consumer price index.
Approximately $1.15 billion,
According to county officials, is need-
ed to pay for new roads through-
2025. However, the Kissimmee-
Osceola County Chamber of Com-


needed


merce's growth management com-
mittee estimates that the proposed
impact fees would generate $1.8 bil-
lion $650 million more than need-
ed. This difference must be explored.
One homebuilder said the formu-
la used by the county to analyze
.roads inappropriately uses peak
hour traffic when it should use daily
averages. This issue also deserves
further examination.
We also need a plan whereby
county government would pay a per-
centage of a targeted company's road
impact fees in exchange for bringing
high-wage jobs to the county.
Higher road impact fees could
persuade industry to locate else-
where. That would leave residents
with higher property tax bills and
lower paying jobs.
Also, new businesses do not
always generate additional traffic,
but often save road miles, as resi-
dents have shorter drives to jobs,
services or stores.
If we are going to diversify our
economy away from tourism, we
must be competitive in economic
development.


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A necessary
safeguard.
To the editor:
When Florida property owners
head to the polls Nov. 7, they will
not only have the opportunity to-
cast votes on our state's elected
leadership but also to vote on
Amendment 8, a measure designed
to protect private property rights.
Earlier this year, the Florida Leg-
islature wisely took action following
the U.S. Supreme Court's contro-
versial 5-4 split decision in the Kelo
v. New London eminent .domain
case. In Kelo, the court ruled the
city of New London, Conn., could
lawfully use its power of eminent
domain to seize the homes of
Susette Kelo and several neighbors
- not for a specific public use such
as a. road or school as provided in
our Constitution's Fifth Amend-
ment, but for the public purpose of
economic development. .-'"*
In response to the Kelo decision,
lawmakers in Florida forged a two-
track legislative solution designed to
reverse Kelo in our state and effec-
tively end this form of eminent
domain abuse here.
First, the Legislature enacted
strong and meaningful changes in
the state statutes governing the use
of eminent domain to provide
immediate protections for Florida
property owners. These statutory
reforms were signed into law by
Gov. Jeb Bush in May and prohibit
the taking of property under the
guise of blight or slum eradication,
and prevent government from sell-
ing' or transferring properties taken
through eminent domain for a peri-
od of 10 years. These protections
are now the law of the land in Flori-
da and are considered the strongest
post-Kelo reforms in the nation.
However, legislative leaders also
saw a need to create a second long-
term layer of protection. They
understood that without any safe-


guard in our constitution, at any
time a future Legislature might
meet, Florida landowners could lose
the hard-won property rights
recently restored.
The Legislature also proposed
Amendment 8, which will require a
three-fifths supermajority vote of
both houses to make changes to the
statutes governing the transfer of
properties taken through eminent
domain.
Any Floridian who believes in the
sanctity of private property owner-
ship and that government's power
of'eminent domain should be limit-
ed to true public uses should strong-
ly support Amendment 8.
Amendment 8 will provide a nec-
essary and long-term safeguard
against eminent domain abuse in
our state and prevent future legisla-
tures from easily amending or
revoking the powerful limitations
placed on government's eminent
domain power earlier this year.
Carol Saviak
Executive Director
Coalition for Property Rights
Orlando
My vision for
Kissimmee
To the editor:
thank you for the opportunity
to interview with your editorial
board. I do feel that there are
other criteria besides experience
that need to be considered when
voting for a city commissioner, and
vision is one of them.
There comes a point in the life
of a community where history can
either be made or repeated..
Kissimmee is at this crossroads.
Do we maintain our current path
that experience has provided or do
we take the road less traveled and
blaze our own trail, much like the
pioneers who first settled in
Kissimmee?
Pioneering a new course is not
always easy, but it is possible. The


longer we wait, the more difficult it
will become.
I envision a community that
offers its residents choices and
opportunities when it comes to
higher-paying jobs, quality afford-
able housing and more time for
family instead of long commutes.
This is my vision for Kissimmee.
This is a vision that experience has
not provided. Experience has pro-
vided what we have now.
Adopting a clear vision is the
path of our success. The days of
unsure answers, and just hoping
that experienced politicians can
eventually provide progress, are
over. The time is now.
Progress will not be made by
uncertain people without a vision.
We need strong leaders who are
not afraid to get the job done. I am
that leader. I will step up for the
people Together we can make a
better Kissimmee a reality. The
choice is yours, Kissimmee. Do we
make history or do we repeat it?
John Bykowski
Candidate for Kissimmee
City Commission Seat 2
Let's work

together
To the editor:
I would like to thank the Osceola
News-Gazette for taking the time to
interview all of the candidates in
election races this year. I believe
that the questions raised during my
interview were valuable indicators
on my knowledge, potential, and
capabilities to serve as the mayor of
the city of Kissimmee. It is unfortu-
nate that your editorial did not
reflect the issues that are on the
minds of the citizens.
While campaigning I have lis-
tened to many residents through-
out our city. The one common
issue that they all reflect is that
they are tired of the experience
that they have had with our local
government. The experiences of


tax increases, fee increases, and
the debating of ordinances that
have little to do with the struggles
facing our citizens, have left many
disheartened with the direction our
city is going. To truly revive our
city, it will take more than .a full
Rolodex of old contacts and poli-
cies from the past. A new course
must be charted. A new direction
must be found. New contacts must
be made.
I foresee a future of choices and
opportunities for our residents.
Higher-payirng jobs, better diversity
in housing options and competitive
educational programs are all areas
that deserve focus from our elected
leaders.
Building a stronger local econo-
my is a.k'ey element to creating a
better Kissimmee. This cannot hap-
pen without a clear vision and the
drive to see it through. This has not
been the experience that we have
had so far. A better Kissimmee will
not happen if we continue the sit-
and-wait policies of the past.
It is time for the city of Kissim-
mee to get in the game. We need
leaders who will,go to bat for the
people. We need players, not
benchwarmers. I am ready to go to
bat for the citizens of our great
community. I am ready to face the
challenges ahead. I know that
together we can make Kissimmee
the quality community that reflects
the quality residents that call her
home.
Amanda Trim
Candidate for Kissimmee City
Commission Seat 5 (Mayor)
Bad apples in
Congress
To the editor:
Most everyone knows that one
rotten apple in a barrel of apples
will eventually destroy those around
it. The Republicans have ridden
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themselves of one rotten
apple by the name of Mark
Foley, ex-representative, of
Florida. This episode should
be over except it is being-
pushed by the liberal news
media of the ilk of the Orlan-
do Sentinel, local TV news,
Chris Matthews, Keith Olber-
mann, MSNBC, Charlie Gib-
son, ABC news and, of
course, CNN for one pur-
pose: to destroy President
George W. Bush and the
Republican Congress.
Let's take a look at the
Democrats' barrel of apples:
Sen. Ted Kennedy, Massa-
chusetts, abandoned a young
woman to drown, yet saved
his own hide; Gerry Stubbs,
Massachusetts representative,
had sex with a 16-year-old
page, refused to resign and
was given a chairmanship;
Representative Barney
Frank, also Massachusetts,
an admitted, homosexual
whose male sex mate was
using his condo as a brothel.
The voters of Massachu-
setts returned these three pil-
lars of disrepute to office.
Stubbs retired with a fat pen-
sion paid by taxpayers.
Patrick Kennedy, Teddy's
nephew and a congressman
from Rhode Island, was
arrested for drunk driving; he
was loaded on drugs, too,.
and was a womanizer. He
was given a suspended sen-
tence of three years and was


allowed to check himself into
rehab. The voters of Rhode
Island returned this bum to
Congress, too. The media
-aid the Democrats bled all
over themselves with com-
passion. The story disap-
peared after two days,.
William Jefferson, Democ-
rat, Louisiana, was accepting
money from an African
nation relating to arms and
aid. He was caught removing
this money from the freezer
of his refrigerator with the
help of the National Guard in
New Orleans after Hurricane
Katrina. The investigation
discovered more cash in the
freezer of his residence in
Washington, D.C. He's still
in Congress. The report of
his illegal-activities ignored by
the media and Democrats.
William Jefferson Clinton,
Democratic ex-president,
was a liar and adulterer; he
lied to a grand jury about sex
with an intern in the White
House. The liberal media
and the Democrats did their
best to cover for this insult to
the American people. These
are only a few of the rotten
apples in the Democrats'
barrel.
I demand the resignation
of Harry Reid, leader of the
Democrats in the U.S. Sen-
ate, and Nancy Pelosi, leader
of the Democrats in, the
House of Representatives.
Also, I demand the publica-


tion of the voting record of
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson.
Allen Schmitt
Kissimmee
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Notice is hereby given that the certified tax roll for Osceola County for the year of 2006
was delivered by the Property Appraiser, Atlee Mercer, to the Tax Collector, Patsy
Heffner, on October 4, 2006 for the preparation of tax bills. The certified Non-Ad
Valorem Assessment Roll was delivered on September 15, 2006, and the two
assessment rolls were merged for collection. The Tax Notices will be mailed on
October 31, 2006, and said tax roll will be open for collection of Ad Valorem Tax
Assessments (Real, Personal, Household, and Mobile Homes), Non-Ad Valorem
Assessments and collection of Centrally Assessed on November 1, 2006. The tax bills
cover the following types of districts: County of Osceola General Fund, County of
Osceola Library Fund, County of Osceola Save Osceola Fund, County of Osceola
Municipal Service Taxing Units, County of Osceola Municipal Service Benefit Units,
.County of Osceola School District, City of Kissimmee, City of St. Cloud, South, Florida
Water Management, St. John's Water Management and Community Development
Districts. A 4% discount will be allowed in November, a 3% discount in December, a
2% discount in January, a 1% discount in February, and the total amount is due in
March. Delinquent charges, interest and advertising will be added on April 1, 2007.
Those taxpayers participating in the Installment Payment Program will receive their
third and fourth installment bills, plus any unpaid second installments, at a later date
and will be allowed the appropriate discount. All offices may accept payments for
taxes. Problems with current or delinquent tax bills must be handled by the main tax
office at The Osceola Government Center, 2501 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy,

Kissimmee. Branch office locations are: St. Cloud Branch Office, 1300 9th Street, Suite
101 B; BVL Branch Office, 2539 Boggy Creek Road; and Poinciana Branch Office at
the Poinciana Towne Center, 875 Towne Center Drive. Inquiries, mail and telephone,
and all problems must be handled by the main office in Kissimmee where the official
records are kept. Office hours for all offices are Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M.
to 4:30 P.M. The telephone number is (407) 742-4000. Payments made by mail
should be mailed to: Patsy Heffner, Osceola County Tax Collector, P. O0. Box 422105,
Kissimmee, Florida 34742-2105. A return envelope and an insert with important
information are included with the tax bills. If you wish to receive a receipt, please return
the entire bill, undetached, in the return envelope and include a stamped self-
addressed envelope so that the receipt can be returned. Payments may also be made
on-line at www.osceolataxcollector.com and will be charged a credit card convenience
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St. Cloud
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Schools
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On advice from City Attor-
ney Dan Mantzaris, the night's
discussion could not go into
specific projects or develop-
ments because it could affect
the approval process down the
road, but general philosophies
on growth and development
were on the table.
"Perception is a major.
problem we have now," Char-
lie Robertson, president of the
Home Builder's Association
of Metro Orlando and owner
of Robertson Homes, told the
council.
The longtime St. Cloud res-
ident said the city was once a
place where developers want-
ed to go and that the City
Council's attitude now has
prompted him and other
builders to locate their develop-
ments outside city limits.
This situation needs to
change, he said.
"Growth is going to happen
whether we want it or not. We
just need to manage the
growth," said Robertson.
Robertson called for a more
open-minded approach to lot
sizes, a major point of con-
tention with several council
members and residents
protesting new subdivisions. A
smaller lot, done well, can be
nice, he said. This type of
development could also play a
role in addressing how to pro-
vide housing for much of the
workforce, Robertson said.
Hopper said she did not feel
comfortable going below a 40-
foot wide lot and added that
many citizens are against these
smaller sized lots, as well as mul-
tifamily units. Hopper said that
for her as an elected official it is
important to balance the desires
of residents and builders. Com-
promise, perhaps a mix of 25
percent multifamily units with
the rest made up of a minimum
of 50-foot lots, is the key, said
Hopper.
Councilman Jeff McCorkle
said that another issue facing the
council as it considers new proj-
ects is the need to preserve
green space in new neighbor-
hoods. This often means higher


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other areas can remain green
and open, said McCorkle.
Karl Theobald, of St. Cloud-
based Theobald Construction,
urged a completely different
approach to planning to
address traffic issues.
The grid section of the city,
laid out 100 years ago, dis-
perses traffic well through
neighborhoods, said Theobald.
However, new subdivisions
with only one entrance create
traffic. This effect is magnified
when many subdivisions, cut
off from each other, are locat-
ed in a row on the same road.
The planning approach of the
city needs to be changed to
promote interconnectivity
between new subdivisions to
reduce traffic, said Theobald.
Kia Ricchi, a 25-year coun-
ty resident near St. Cloud, said
infrastructure is not keeping up,
with growth. Local roads,
especially Narcoossee Road,
and schools are over capacity,
Ricchi said.
Ricchi also told council
members new development
density might match surround-
ing' properties on planning
maps, but the actual density at
the site might not be the same.
She urged council members to
visit surrounding parcels when
considering the density for a
new development.
Betty Damke, a county resi-
dent and frequent opponent of
projects in the Narcoossee
area, stressed to council mem-
bers that no matter what the
boundaries are between the.
city and county, impact from
growth is felt on both sides.
Therefore, cooperation is vital
because all are part of the
same community.
"Let's erase that line in the
sand," she said.
Mantzaris said that a joint
planning agreement being dis-
cussed by the city and county
and school concurrency could
alleviate residents' and devel-
opers' worries.
Contact Jason Holland at
407-846-7600, Ext. 211.
E-mail at jholland@
osceolanewsgazette.com


because that's how the level of
service is established," Noble
said.
Another dilemma associat-
ed with drafting the plan has
been state-mandated class size
reduction. The district has lost
more than 5,000 permanent
student stations, equivalent to
two high schools or five ele-
mentary schools, within the
last two years because of a
new law requiring smaller
classes. A new high school
scheduled to open next
August will add 3,000 student
stations, bringing the total to'
8,000 student stations added
-in three years. While the state
committed to fully funding the
mandate, school officials say it
has done so only in part.
Noble said that class size
reduction guidelines mean
that the district is over its rec-
ommended capacity by 19
percent at the elementary
level. If class size reduction
had not been required, Noble
said that elementary schools
would be at 100 percent -
meaning they would not be
over capacity.
"That's roughly 15 percent
of our school population that
we have built seats for since
September 2004," said Eric
Houston, assistant superin-
tendent for maintenance and
facilities.
Houston said the district
has been aggressive in con-
structing new schools, but
said dollars diverted to meet
class size requirements and a
lag in funding: from impact
fees has been tough for the
district. The district would
like to receive impact fees.
when construction starts on
new homes instead of when
they are completed.
The increasing cost of con-
struction, shrinking state
funds for major projects,
requiring that some state
funds be spent only on
enhancing programs and
inadequate funding for. high-
growth counties like Osceola
have further complicated the
matter, Houston said.


"It's a real challenge,"
Houston said. "But if every-
one embraces what concur-
rency is about which says
that schools are the funda-
mental cornerstone of new
communities they will be
there at the forefront. The
purpose is for new growth to
pay for itself."
Houston said cooperation
among builders and develop-
ers is key, and has been
instrumental in helping the
district to build new schools.
Harmony Development Co.
will donate land and give the
district a $20 million line of
credit to construct a new ele-
mentary school in the Harmo-
ny community. Other devel-
opers have agreed to prepay
impact fees or reserving prop-
erty for schools.
Noble, who has assisted
with a pilot concurrency pro-
gram in Palm Beach, said:
"Developers love it."
"When coordinated plan-
ning starts happening, it's
much smoother. A oIt of peo-
ple are scared of it, but it has
not stopped developments."
Houston said he hopes the
county would be ready to sub-
mit a concurrency plan to the
state by the end of the year
but said a more realistic
expectation would be that the
plan would be submitted this
coming spring. School District
officials hope to approve a
tentative plan following a
presentation next week.
County Commissioner Ken
Shipley said the county feels
the document will likely be
submitted by spring, if not
sooner. Shipley noted that the
county is still waiting to hear
back from the Florida Depart-
ment of Community Affairs
about proposed land develop-
ment codes a necessary part
of concurrency. He expects
the county will receive feed-
back on the proposal within
the next two to three months:
In the meantime, he said, the
county would continue to dili-
gently work on the concurren-
cy proposal.


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"Until we have that done
we don't have concurrency,"
Shipley said. "Right now the
fact that we don't truly have
. concurrency does nothing
more than create an adversar-
ial relationship between the
municipalities and agencies.
We've got. to work together
better to make sure our
schools are in the right place,
are funded and have roads."
All Florida counties are
required to implement concur-
rency by May 2008 to ensure
that schools are adequately
planned and funded. The plan
would ensure that schools
serving developments are able
to open as new neighbor-
hoods are completed as
opposed to beginning plan-
ning and construction for new
schools after new students
have already moved into new
homes and apartments,
However, as the School
Board, the county and the
cities work toward a concur-
rency plan, thousands of addi-
tional housing units are being,
approved. Those units will not
be included in the plan. Hous-
ton, a non-voting member of
the county's planning com-
mission, said that about
30,000 housing units, had
been approved during the pre-
vious four meetings which
occurred in only two and a
half months.
While Houston and others
have urged the county to turn
down subdivision proposals
that do not plan to help the
school district expand capaci-
ty, county officials have insist-
ed the language of its 1991
comprehensive plan does not
allow that rejection, noting
they cannot turn down proj-
ects without having a concur-
rency plan in place.
"Legally, we disagree
with the school district,"
said Acting County Manager


Jo Thacker. "Our position is
that we cannot turn down
(developments) without con-
currency in place. We can't
turn them down simply for
school capacity."
School Board member
John McKay said such a plan.
would only amount to
"semantics" if the county con-
tinues to approve thousands
of housing units without com-
mitments from developers to
aid in the construction of new
schools or to add capacity at
existing schools.
"People are coming in
with large developments.
The longer this goes on, the
more behind we get,"
McKay said. "If this goes on
another year, the school dis-
trict could be staring at
'150,000 (housing) units
with no (school) capacity."
School Board members
also said that most people do
not realize that the school
impact fee among the high-
est in the state at nearly
$10,000 -for a single-family
home does not fully cover
the capital costs of construct-
ing new schools to house
additional students.
"It's also a cash flow issue,"
said School Board member
Jay Wheeler, who proposed
asking developers to pay a
portion of their impact fees up
front to ensure the school dis-
trict has the funds to build new
schools as children arrive, not
when schools are already
overcrowded.
Superintendent Blaine Muse
said the county already has
expressed a willingness to
assist the school district by
requiring developers to pay
the full impact fees at the time
building permits are issued.
Contact Deanna Sheffield
at 407-846-7600, Ext. 210.
E-mail at dsheffield@
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that she had only been selling
for a week, said Paynter.
Paynter said that police
believe the sale of the items
was promoted through word
of mouth and that a "purse
party" in which several clients
visited the home at once for
purchases was upcoming. The'
investigation is ongoing, said
Paynter.
St. Cloud police are asking
that those that have pur-
chased an item from this resi-
dence or have additional infor-
mation contact the depart-
ment at 407-891-6700.
Murder suspect
arrested
in Kissimmee
The Osceola County Sher-
iff's Office Tourist Policing
Unit assisted U.S. marshal's
Thursday in Kissimmee with
the capture of murder suspect
from Puerto Rico.
Deputies from the Sheriff's
Office unit and the U.S. Mar-
shal Service's Fugitive Task
Force Orlando Bureau arrest-
ed Alexis Torres Galindo, 26,
on an outstanding murder
warrant issued from the com-
monwealth of Puerto Rico.
U.S. marshals contacted
the Sheriff's Office after they
received information that
Galindo may be staying at the
Reef Club Apartments, 1916
Reef Club Drive.
An undercover deputy
made contact with Galindo
outside the suspect's apart-
ment complex where he was
arrested. Galindo was taken


into custody without incident
and booked into the Osceola
County jail.
Osceola Business to
Business Expo
Nov. 2
More than 2,000 Central
Florida area consumers and
business leaders will gather for
the Kissimmee-Osceola Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce's
Annual Business to Business
Expo from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
on Thursday, Nov. 2, at the
Kissimmee Civic Center.
The center, located in down-
town Kissimmee, will be
jammed with a wide variety of
exhibitors. More than a hundred
businesses will be on display.
Local restaurants at the
event, there to show off their
specialty items, will include
Honey Baked Ham, Donatos
Pizza, Signature by. the Lake
and Susan's Courtside Caf6.
Businesses that want to
exhibit should call the cham-
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407-847-3174. Exhibitor
booth prices range from $200
to $400.
KUA, the Kissimmee Con-
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Car show Nov. 4
The Inaugural All American
Charity Car & Truck Show
will take place from 8 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4,
in Toho Square in Kissimmee.
Proceeds from the event
will benefit H.O.M.E., which
stands for Helping Others
Make the Effort. H.O.M.E. is
a non-profit organization
focused on assisting homeless
women with children.
Organizers of the show are
looking for cars and trucks,
1972 or older, such as
antiques, classics, collectibles,
rods and customs. The cost to
register a vehicle for the show
is $20. Special interest vehi-
cles like Corvettes, Vipers,
Grand Nationals and Monte
Carlos are also welcome.
Door prizes will be awarded
to show participants. DJ Jen-
nifer from WJBJ Cruisin' With
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available on site, a poker walk
and raffles.
To find out if your car or
truck is eligible or to obtain
registration information, call
407-518-2304, during regu-
lar business hours. The rain
day for this event is Sunday,
Nov. 5.

School
Continued from page A-
High would come from a
small area between West
Donegan Avenue and Oren
Brown Road,. roughly
between Orange Blossom
Trail and Thacker Avenue.
The majority of students who
live in that area attend Osceo-
la High School. Celebration
High School students that
would be transferred to Poin-
ciana High School currently
live in an area near John
Young Parkway and Pleasant
Hill Road.
High School EEE, which
is being built on Pleasant
Hill Road at Poinciana
Boulevard, is .expected to
cost $47 million. .
Poinciana High School,
which was designed for 2,000
students, already has about
2,700 students, and School.-
Board member John McKay
said he estimates the school
could have as many as 3,300
students within two years. The
school had 40 portable build-
ings last year and has approx-
imately 50 this year. The dis-


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Flier
Continued from page A-I


"I'm disappointed that
Osceola County allowed this
to happen," Orner said. "This
should not have been allowed
by the school system."
School Board member Jay
Wheeler, who received a copy
of the endorsement from an
employee, criticized Muse for
allowing the fliers to be dis-


trict spends about $50,000
on each portable annually.
Marino said four other zon-
ing, plans did not offer the
needed balance of students
Marino said that despite
the rezoning, high school jun-
iors and seniors would have
the option of remaining at
their current schools. Original-
ly, only seniors could remain
at their current schools but a
revision also allows juniors to
make a choice. In addition,
sophomores who are part of a
two- or three-year technical or'
vocational program have the
option of remaining at their
current schools.
"It gives them the opportu-


tribute.
Wheeler, who is a frequent
critic of the superintendent,
also believed that nothing
would happen to the Team-
sters for what he called a vio-
lation of School Board rules.
"Here you can break rules
and nothing happens to you,"
Wheeler said.


nity to finish at the school
where they started," Superin-
tendent Blaine Muse said.
Original estimates suggest-
ed that all of the involved high
schools would be at capacity
by the beginning of the 2007-
08 school year, but adjusted
estimates suggest each school
will have about 100 to 150
available student stations.
That would not include Osce-
ola High School, which would
still have more than 2,500
students 795 students over
capacity.
Contact Deanni Sheffield
at 407-846-7600, Ext. 210.
E-mail at dsheffield@
osceolanewsgazette.com


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HE'S IN THE SWIM


Jay Markley brings


experience, fun


to GHS swim team


By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer
How many swimming
coaches do you know who
have recruited a Hall of
Fame football player?
Or, one who toured
around Bay Hill on a daily.
basis with Arnold Palmer?
Worked for Oklahoma
legend Bud Wilkinson?
It's a very short list, and
the answer is Jay Markley,
the former Osceola High
swimming coach and ath-
letic director.
For the past five years,
Markley, 74, has assisted
Gateway swimming coach
Vonnie Kochensparger,
bringing with him a half-
century's worth of experi-
ence.
Today they are at
Gainesville, where the Pan-
thers are competing at the
3A Region 1 meet.
"All the kids call him
Grandpa," she said. "It's
great to have someone with
his experience. It's nice
because: we have the same
goals, but we have different
ideas of workouts, so the
kids get a greater variety."
Markley, who owns
Osceola Aquatics, a Kissim-
mee pool construction
company, was the head
swim coach at the universi-
ties of Kansas and Okla-
homa from 1955-72, a 17-
year stretch that saw his
teams win six Big 8 cham-
pionships.
At the suggestion of a
friend, he came to Florida
and landed a job as the
manager at Bay Hill short-
ly after Arnold Palmer


bought the Orange Coun-
ty golf club.
"That's who hired me.
He hadn't owned it long
before I got there. He's a
great guy to work for," said
Markley. .
After a couple of years
at Bay Hill, Markley gravi-
tated to Kissimmee to begin
a swimming team at OHS
at the request of Principal
Paul Runge.; He soon
became the Kowboys ath-
letic director and hired foot-
ball coach Jim Scible in
1975.
Since the school had no
pool, Markley hauled his
swimming team all over the
area to train.
"I can't even remember
the places. There was one
down toward Poinciana
that they tore down now,
and we used to swim at the
apartment complexes and
the motels," he said.
"Wherever we could."'
Even without facilities,
OHS became one of the
strongest programs in Cen-
tral Florida.
"We couldn't do much at
the state meets against
those real big Orlando.
schools or the strong pri-
vate schools, like, (Jack-
sonville) Bolles, but we held
our own and we had some
kids who put up some great
times," said Markley.
One of those was Gary
Ketchum, now a sales rep
at Pofienbaugh Ford in
St. Cloud.
Ketchum said that
Markley today is much like
the coach he remembers
from three decades ago, a
man who inspires young


News-Gazette Photo/Reinhold Matay
Even after a half century of working with young swimmers, Jay
Markley still gets excited, at the meets.


athletes to do their best.
"I was at a meet with my
son, and there was Coach
Markley still out there run-
ning around and doing a lot
of the same things he was
doing when he coached
us," said Ketchum. "It's
something that he is still
out there working with the
kids after all those years."
Markley said Ketchum
was one of his better high
school swimmers. '
"He still has the 50
freestyle record at Osceola,
22.9," said Markley. "I
don't even know why he
came out for the team, to
tell you the truth. But when


he swam with us, he was a
good one."
Markley and his wife,
Quin, have four children
and he's coached all 'of
.them. His son, Jeff, works
out with the Panthers and is
the school's water polo
coach.
Ironically, the guy who
built programs at two
major universities and sev-
eral high schools was
never himself a cornpetli-
tive swimmer.
"Well, I liked it from the
Boy. Scouts and things like
that, but, no, I never
swam," he said.
So, why did he become


a swimming coach?
"It beat selling liquor.
That's what I was doing
before I got the job at
Kansas," he said.
Markley grew up in
Springfield, Ill., served with
the Army's 4th Division in
Europe during the early
1950s at Dwight Eisen-
hower's headquarters ("It
was better than being in
Korea at that time.") before
eventually landing at
Kansas.
When he learned that
the Jayhawks' swimming
coach was departing, he
asked for and got the job.
See Markley, page B-3


Southland scraps but falls in regional


By Ken Jackson
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Lake Worth Trinity
Christian didn't deceive
anyone at the St. Cloud
Civic Center on Tuesday
when the Warriors' volley-
ball squad walked in with a
12-12 record for its Region
A-3 quarterfinal match.
Southland Christian,
which won the right to host
the playoff match by win-
ning the District A-11
championship last week,
played Trinity in their first-
ever trip to the regionals
last year. The Warriors,
who played a schedule dot-
ted with Class 5A and 6A
schools this season, dis-
patched the Flames in three
rather effortless games.
While the way it came
about was different this
time, the outcome was the
same for Southland, who
lost the match, 25-21, 23-
25, 25-27, 25-19, 15-6.
"They spanked us last
year, but that did not hap-
pen this year," said Flames
Coach Sharon Gillespie.
"Our kids have big hearts
and put up a big fight every
time out.. This is a team
that has climbed the ladder
pretty quick. I'm not disap-
pointed at all. We've got a
district title."
The Flames (23-4)
played from behind in
every game but the second,


News-Gazette Photo/Kevin Wojteczko
Southland Christian's Karol Colon looks on as Michelle Sanchez returns
a Trinity Christian shot in Tuesday's Region A-3 quarterfinal match.


and the uphill climbing
finally caught up with the
hosts after taking-the lead
in the match.
"After the third game we
were more exhausted than
we've ever been," said
junior hitter Tiffany Car-
penter, who tallied 19 kills
on the night. "I think we
could have done it, we just
didn't."
The teams traded


punches through' the first
game before Trinity scored
four of five points to finish
the game. Southland start-
ed the second game fast,
taking leads of 8-2 and 21-
13. The Warriors rallied
behind the hitting of Amie
Manke but it was not
enough as the Flames knot-
ted the match.
Southland started the
third game slowly, trailing


11-5, but the hitting of Car-
penter and a pair of aces
from Edith Castro keyed a
rally that Carpenter fin-
ished with a pair of kills that
clinched the game full of
momentum sways.
But the Warriors came
out firing in the final two
games, with Manke and
Aschely Gaddy, who com-
bined for 35 kills on the
night, leading the attack.


The Flames couldn't muster
the offensive chances to
retake the momentum.
"I think we still had stuff
left in the tank,, we just
made the. mistakes in the
last two games," said Gille-
spie. "They capitalized on
them and stuck it to us.
You can't keep coming
from behind when you
reach this level."
Sophomore Mary Cruz
had 16 assists and five kills
for southland, and Castro,
the squad's lone senior,:
added nine assists.
Gillespie said she
expects this run of success
to continue, and conven-
tional wisdom says to
believe her.
The team, made up of
players from all parts of
Osceola County, loses
only one senior starter
(Castro). Carpenter, soph-
omores Mary Cruz and
Michelle Sanchez and
freshman Karol Colon and
Diane Rey should all be
back next year.
"This is still a young
team; our best is still ahead
of us," Gillespie said.
And the public schools
can rule out picking apart
the Flames' talent.
"We're a very close-knit
team," said Carpenter, who
would be zoned for Osceo-
la High.
"We've already talked
about next year."


I S ortsBries


U-13 hoops
A local 13-U boys bas-
ketball team is looking
for athletes interested in
playing in leagues and
tournaments.
We are also looking for
a sponsor. If you are inter-


ested, please called Henry
Anderson at 407-758-
1916 or e-mail henry
anderson12@hotmail.com.

Denn John champ
Denn John defeated
Celebration, 5-3, in over-


time to win the boys mid-
dle school soccer champi-
onship on Monday.
Jordy Urbina (2), Gio
DaSilva, Milton Molina and
Orean Trajano scored for
Denn John, which com-
pleted a. 5-0-1 season.


Youth basketball
The Kissimmee recre-
ation department is holding
registration for its Youth
Basketball League at the
Fortune Road Athletic
Complex. Children ages 7-
15 are eligible. Games


begin Nov. 18 at 9 a.m. at
the Denn John Middle
School gym with the
\league draft. Practice will
be held one night a week
with games on Saturdays.
Cost is $60. Call 407-518-
2504.


Attention all


you losers:


Loooooose!

Ken Jackson
Sports Writer
kjackson@
osceolanewsgazette.com rn


I'm sending out memos to a few
teams this weekend.
They were left to their own devices
last week and look what they went and
done did.
First, Florida State, who got beat by
Boston College and their QB on half an
ankle. But it's our fault for thinking it's
still 2001. Which was also the expira-
tion date for Jeff Bowden's offense.
Then it gets spooky. UCF loses to
Rice. Rice? It's where you go if you can't
make the team at Texas A&M. Or if the
Longhorns won't let you on campus.
Sunday was no different. In Miami,
the Packers' pumpkin turned back into
Bret Favre. Jacksonville was supposed
to play Houston, but the plane went to
,Amarillo instead. Or El Paso. Either
way, they never showed up.
As for Matt Bryant's 62-yard field
goal through the muggy, heavy Tampa
Bay air. That was impressive. Means the
Bucs will win what, five games now?
Don't worry Pirate fans, Donovan McN-
abb will still send you a postcard in Jan-
uary from the playoffs.
We picked 'em all wrong. Made us
look like fools. More like, ghouls, with
Halloween coming.
This space isn't about what perhaps
will happen. We are experts trained in
pegging what is supposed to happen.
We have been defied. We are not
happy.
I IF WE PICK YOU TO LOSE, YOU
HAVE A MORAL OBLIGATION TO
LAY DOWN AND TAKE A POWDER!
DON'T EVEN GET ON THE PLANE!
MAIL IT IN!
There, I said it. Felt good, too.
-Tuesday is Oct...3.1,--so. I..seriously
worry about this week. But you just
worry about prepping for the trick-or-
treaters. Speaking of treats, here's your
spook-tacular Mighty News-Gazette
Top 13:
1.: Chicago's Black Cats, er, Bears.
2.: Indy's Lucky Horseshoes. 3.: The'
Buckeyes. 4.: The Michigan Wolverines.'
5.: The Michigan Tigers. 6.: Southern
Cal. 7.: Orange and Black. 8,: The-
Orange and Black Bengals. 9.: Matt
Bryant's leg. 10.: Joey Harrington's
arm. 11.: Hines Ward's hands and
socks. 12.: Fun-sized 3 Muskateers. 13.:
Colgate (the toothpaste, not the college,
for getting the sugar out before your
teeth rot).
Now for some picks to make your
skeletons rattle:
Georgia vs. Florida (-14): UG prez
Michael Adams doesn't want us to call it
the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail
Party anymore. No problem. Gators by
12 in World's Largest Bulldog
Beatdown.
Florida St. (-4 1/2) at Maryland:
Whoever favors the 'Noles on the road
must've be in a casket all week and
missed the Boston College game. Terps
by 1 in Realism-Sets-In Upset Special.
Miami at Georgia Tech (-6): 'Canes
have been .picked on enough, so we'll
just say Tech by 4.
UCF at Houston (-18): Knights 0-3
against spread option teams. Cougars
run the ... Orlando, we have a problem.
Houston by 13.
Tennessee (-5) at South Carolina:
Spurrier tries to spook the Vols. Fortu-
nately, Phil Fulmer will be wearing his
garlic necklace. Big Orange by 10.
Texas (-11) at Texas Tech: This
sounds fun ... for the two-steppers.
Horns by 7.
As for the paid goofballs:
Tampa Bay at N.Y. Giants (-9): Tiki
has ground to make up on Ronde in the
TD department. Peyton's Brother better
not help. Northern Barber by 11.
Jacksonville at Philadelphia (-6): Any-
one attempting a long field goal this
week gets booed. Or shot. P.O.ed
Iggles by 14.
Indianapolis at Denver (-2 1/2): Not
only is this game outdoors, it's
reeeeeeeally high up. Sorry Peyton.
Broncos by 2.
Dallas at Carolina (-5): Tony Romo,
meet Julius Peppers. Julius, Tony. Pan-
thers by 6.
New England (- 2 1/2) at Minneso-


ta: Potential trap game for the 5-1
Patriots. Hope. there's no rat in the
trap. Pats by 1.
Rick "Monster Mash" Pedone says:
Noles by 4, and open the casket.
Last Week: Jackson-O-Lantern (4-7,
53-32) was bad; Pummeled Pumpkin (3-
8, 49-35) was worse.


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The anglers at the Big
Toho Pro-Am had a pretty
good opening round Thurs-
'day. Glenn Browne of Ocala
and Wayne Yohn of Polk City
brought in 21.01 pounds. St.
Cloud's Darren McDermott
had the amateur's big bass at
8.31 pounds.
The final round is today,
with weigh-in at 3 p.m. at
Heritage Park. The top pro
earns $35,000 and the top
amateur will win $10,000.
On Sunday, the Angling
Against Cancer Benefit Tour-
nament launches at the lake-
front at safe light with a 2:30
weigh-in at Heritage Park.
A couple of cold windy
days slowed bass fishing down
at midweek. Not that it had
been great, but you could
pretty much count on getting
a limit every day if you worked
at it. It seems Big Toho suffers
from cold fronts in a big way.
Usually when a cold front hits,
I downsize the baits that I use
and slow down the presenta-
tion. Bass are still schooling in
a few areas around the lake
and can be caught on small
jerk baits and on Carolina
Rigs with a small worm.
Limit catches of specs and
blue gills are still being report-
ed. Blue gills and shell crack-
ers are being caught along the
Kissimmee grass and on the
shell -beds. Specs are being
caught out in open water.
Last week I spent some
time with two of my sons out
in Wyoming. We did a little
hunting and some trout fish-
ing. Talk about a cold front!
The first night we were there,
;the temperature was 23
degrees and it was snowing.
'On Sunday it was 18 degrees
and still snowing. Quite a dif-
ference from the nineties you
were having here in Florida.
The Big Toho Marina
Wednesday Night Classic
Tournament will be coming
'up on Nov. 18.


Markley
Continued from page B-.
"We were terrible. We
couldn't beat the team we
have here at Gateway," he
.said, explaining that the
decrepit outdoor pool at
Kansas wasn't much of a
recruiting tool.
But, over the years,
Markley's success in develop-
ing swimmers created a stir
that caused athletes from
around the country to consid-
er Kansas, he said.
"We won the conference
championship in 1962, the
year I went to Oklahoma," he
said.
Through the Kansas foot-
ball coach, Jack Mitchell,
Markley got the Oklahoma
swimming job. Mitchell
played quarterback for Bud
Wilkinson on Oklahoma's
unbeaten teams in the mid-
1950s, Wilkinson, the Soon-
ers' AD, was looking for a
swimming coach.
"I had like a backyard pool
at Kansas, and Oklahoma had
a big indoor pool and all
kinds of kids and we still beat
them," said Markley. "Wilkin-
son asked me if I wanted the
job. He told me if I could get
down there, it was mine."
Markley won five Big 8
titles at Oklahoma. At the
same time, he started age-
group programs in the Nor-
man *area and also coached'
high school swimmers.
"We used to put them on
buses and haul them 600 and
700 miles to meets, like in
Dallas or Tulsa. There weren't
many places to hold meets
then," said Markley.
He said running :multiple
programs for the university,
the high schools and the
juniors wasn't a problem.
"Once you get things
established, it's easy. I paid
my college swimmers to
coach the age group kids. You
probably can't do that today."
As a former NCAA swim-
ming supervisor for four
years, he should know.
Today, Markley is alter-
nately excited about the


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prospects of some of the
county's talented young swim-
mers, and a little disappointed
that, in many ways, so little
progress has been made here
over the past 30 years.
"We had some really good
young swimmers here a few
years ago (Gateway's girls
won the conference champi-
onship two years ago), but we
really have no feeder program
here now like we had then..
That's hurting our program,
we just don't have many kids
out," he said.
To that end, Markley is
working behind the scenes to
persuade USA Swimming to.

build a swimming complex in
Osceola County that poten-
tially could be one of the finest
in the country.
Meanwhile, he puts Gate-
way's swimmers through the
same drills that worked 50
years ago plenty of calis-
thenics and push-ups.
He is frustrated by the
brevity of the high school sea-
son. When Markley started
Osceola's program 30 years
ago, the swimming season.
lasted from September
through March. Now, practice
begins in early August and the
state finals are next weekend.
"We have 12 weeks," he
said. "You can't teach them
all the strokes. All you can do
is teach them what you can
and hope for the best. That's
why the year-around swim-
mers are the only ones who
have a chance to do much."
Markley said he plans to
work with the Gateway swim-
mers for a few more years. He
began at Gateway by bringing
his granddaughter, Andrea
Morgan,, to practice. His
grandson, Craig Morgan, is a
sophomore and qualified in
the backstroke for today's
regional meet at Gainesville.
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discussions about swimming
with Markley led to him even-
tually joining her staff.
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ten to work with him for the


past five years," she said. "I
am very lucky to have him on
my coaching staff. There are
very few people like him out
there. He always makes me
laugh and always has some-
thing funny to say."
Oh, and about that Hall of
Famer that Markley recruited
at Kansas?
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have heard of him. His name
was Gale Sayers," he said. "A
diver I had also played foot-
ball, and he told me about this
kid he knew who was a pretty
good football player. He was
the only guy I ever recruited
for football, but he was a pret-
ty good one, wasn't he?"


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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 407-498-04551
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 Fri-
days at 7 p.m.
For more information on activities, call
Dorothy Clark at 407-892-2817 or Joan Lit-
tle at 407-348-6368.:
Osceola Rodders
The 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.
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.
Corvair Club
The G.O. Vairs Corvair Club holds monthly
meetings. For more information, contact Titus
Stewart at 407-892-5999.
Thursday Night Quilters
The Thursday Night Quilters mdet at 6:30
p.m. at the First Baptist Church, Building D,
+- in St. Cloud. All quilters or would-be quilters
are invited to join the group. Call 407-892-
2685 or 407-892-5775.
Fishing club
The St. Cloud BassCasters Fishing Club
meets the first Thursday of the month at Fat
Boys restaurant on U.S. Highway 192 in St.
Cloud. Tournaments are held the following
Saturday. Boaters and non-boaters welcome.
Call The Fishing Pad II, 407-891-1003, or
Marc McKenzie, 407-891-7368.
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.
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

Veterans tribute
The Second Annual Veterans Tribute, a
Five Star Salute to America's Veterans, will be
performed by the Five Star School Students of
the Osceola County School for the Arts
(OCSA) at the Osceola Performing Arts Cen-
ter (formerly the Tupperware Convention
Center), 3151 N. Orange Blossom Trail in
Kissimmee, on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 2 p.m.
The USO style show will feature the music,
dance and comedy of the 20s, 30s and 40s,
Some of the acts will be the students of the
various drama, vocal, jazz band and dance
departments doing their renditions of: The
Andrews Sisters, Abbott & Costello, swing
dancing and some fabulous jazz numbers.
The event will honor all men and women
who have served in the United States military
and the families that support them. Light
refreshments will be available. Dress is semi-
formal or uniform.
To purchase tickets call 877-548-3237 or
visit www.getquickticks.com. Tickets will also
be available at the door. All seating is general
admission. Veterans/seniors/students $7. All
others $10. For information, e-mail ocsa
veteransbenefit@yahoo.com.


Honored for community work

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Photo/Seventh-Day Advenist Church
The Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 2391 Fortune Road, Kissimmee, recent-
ly honored two residents at its community guest day service on Oct. 7.
Jean Kasper, left, was honored for her volunteer work at Florida Hospital
Kissimmee, where she has worked 33 years and put in 27,000 hours of
service. Andrew Ciambrone, right, optometrist at Wal-Mart SuperCenter,
has shown much compassion and concern for his patients and is a real
Christian witness.


VFW Post 4225
Members of VFW Post 4225, 504 S. Ran-
dolph St., Kissiminee, arid 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 7 p.m. The
House Committee meets the third Monday of
each month at 7 p.m.
Membership appreciation day on Mondays
and Wednesdays features reduced prices in
the lounge all day. Snacks are available.
Breakfast served Sundays from 9 a.m.-noon.
Darts every Thursday at 7 p.m.
Meat bingo on third Tuesday each month
at 7 p.m. Dinners are served Saturdays from
5 to 7 p.m. and are open to the public.
Karaoke on.Saturday at 8 p.m.
The auxiliary accepts used eyeglasses for
reconditioning for those in need. Postage
stamps, cell phones and Campbell Soup labels
may be dropped off at the Post for VFW
National Home.
Call 407-847-7855 for menus, scheduled
entertainment and special events.
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
Thursday 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, e-mail veterans
tribute@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 r.n,ni 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/SEP-
TEMBERll-875.php
For other information, contact Bill Brouil-
lard at 407-460-0854 or e-mail wfbrouillard
@cfl.rr.com. .
American Legion Post 80
St. Cloud American Legion Post No. 80,
1019 Pennsylvania Ave., holds meetings at 7
p.m. the second Thursday of each month;
auxiliary meetings are at 7 p.m. the first
Thursday of eagh month; and the Sons of
American Legion meetings are at 6:30 p.m.
the second Monday of each month.
The Post holds karaoke, hosted by Jerry
Cox, on Wednesdays from 7 to 11 p.m. This
is also "Steak Night" sponsored by the Sons
of American Legion from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. -
The Post has dinners every Friday from 5
p.m.. to 8 p.m., with entertainment beginning.
at 7 p.m. The Post has Sunday breakfast from
8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. with a buffet and a full
menu.The public is invited. Bingo for mem-


bers and guests is on Saturdays at 7 p.m.
Karaoke with Jerry Cox every Saturday at 8
p.m. Call the post at 407-892-8808 for more
information.
Veterans council
Planning for the Veterans Day parade is
in full swing. If you are interested, call Chris
Falkowski, council president, for more
information.
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 council also 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.

Miscellaneous

Remembrance Day services
Commander Charles "Buck" Custer, of the
Lucius L. Mitchell Camp 4, Sons of the Union
Veterans of. the Civil War, will hold Remem-
brance Day' observances of President Abra-
ham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address along with
four other Allied Orders of the Grand Army of
the Republic on Saturday, Nov. 18 at 11 a.m.
at Mount Peace Cemetery on 10th Street in
,St. Cloud. The, four allied orders include
Woman's Relief Corps, Ladies of the Grand
Army of the Republic, Daughters of Union,
Veterans of the Civil' War and the Auxiliary to
the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War.
Council members Mickey. Hopper and
Wade Davis will attend, and there will be
music from the Patriot Project, a singing
group, made up of local young people. The
.Florida Department, Sons of Veterans.
Reserve, Amzi Harmon Company, will fire a
gun salute over the. graves of Lucius L Mitchell
and Amzi Harmon, a recipient of the Medal of
Honor. Wreaths will be laid, by. the allied
orders. An Abraham Lincoln re-enactor will
give the Gettysburg Address.
Pioneer Day
Osceola County Pioneer Day will be held on
Nov. 4 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Osceola
County Historical Society, 750 N. Bass Road in
Kissimmee. There will be old time demonstra-
tions, living history encampments, old time cook-
ing, musical entertainment, artists, quilters,
weavers, contest for most authentic pioneer attire
,and oldest pioneer attending. Admission is free.
Barbecue lunch and drinks for sale. Free coin
appraisals by Noel Grimm on the porch of the
Cracker House.
The regularly scheduled country music will
be held all day during Pioneer Day. Entertain-
ment includes Suz Chapman, a singer-song-
writer, arid gospel singer Linda Rhodes and
Jack Baker Band.
If you have a old time craft or demonstra-
tion you want to share or want to volunteer at
the event, call 407-396-8644 and leave a
message.
Craft and bake sale
A craft and bake sale will be held at Whis-
pering Pines Community Clubhouse, South
Orange Blossom Trail in Kissimmee, on Sat-
urday, Nov. 4 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. The sale
will include handmade crafts, art, a bake sale,
refreshments, hot dogs and chips. For more
information, call 407-931-3287.


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


Spread the word in the Osceola News-Gazette


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


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


Those categories of events listed in Sat-
urday's paper will be: health, hob-
bies/games, military, miscellaneous,
recreation, religion and thrift stores. For
more information on community events,
contact Community Editor Jason Hol-
land at 407-846-7600, Ext. 211.


Intercession City celebration
The Intercession City Community Connec-
tion Celebration, organized by Word of Life
Fellowship, will take place on Saturday, Oct.
28, from noon-5 p.m. at Shelby Cox Park on
the corner of Tallahassee and Old Tampa
Highway. There will be food, prizes, games
for adults and children and bounce houses.
Lots of food and fun for the entire family. To
donate items or to help out in some way, con-
tact Don Hand at. 407-908-1668, LaVon
Clark at 407-791-6628 or Lori Madden at
407-932-1664.
Bob Fisk birthday
There will be a celebration of the 87th
birthday of Robert A "Bob" Fisk at the Stf
Cloud Woman's Club building and the St.
Cloud Heritage Museum next door, 1014 and
1012 Massachusetts Ave., on Nov. 12, from
2-4 p.m.
There will be opening remarks by Pres-
byterian Pastor Stephen Graves, Mayor
Donna Hart, chamber of commerce Presi-
dent David Lane, Osceola Library Director
Edward Kilroy and Sons of Union Veterans
Commander Charles Custer. A card basket
will be available for those wishing to bring
a greeting card or note for Mr Fisk. All
community members are invited.
Book signing
There will be a book signing by. author
Mary Ida Bass Barber Shearhart at the-St
Cloud Heritage Museum on Sunday, Oct. 2.9,
from 2-4 p.m. Her book; "Florida's Frontier -
The Way Hit Wuz," will be for sale.
Trick or Treat Night
The St. Cloud Downtown Business Group
Trick or Treat Night is Oct. 31 from 5-8 p.m.
Trick or treating runs from 5-7 p.m., with a
costume dance party from 6-8 p.m. There will
be children's photos, miniature haunted
house, strolling puppet show, games and
activities and a food drive.
Businesses interested in being a part of
the event should call Lynn Traudt at the
Silver Lining Cafe at 407-891-2293. To
help plan the event, attend the next plan-
ning meeting on Oct. 23 at the Silver Lin-
ing Caf6 at 8:30 a.m.
Trick 'n' Treat
Spooky ghosts and hallowed tales! Visit the
Poinciana Branch Library for a night of scary
stories. Dress up in your favorite costume!
The Poinciana High School Drama Club iill
present eerie tales;-'silly songs, and jokes and
riddles-all in the narrie of Halloween family
fun. Trick 'n' Treat will take place on Monday,
Oct. 30, at 6:30 p.m.
Pumpkin patches
The Osceola Council on Aging's Pumpkin
Patch is. open at the headquarters building,
1099 Shady Lane, Kissimmee. The patch will
be open everyday from 8:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
until Halloween or until the pumpkins run out.
All sizes available, including Wee Be Littles,
Spookies, Minis, medium and large. Prices
vary according to size. Gourds, Indian corn
and corn stalks also available, Funds generated
by pumpkin sales will go for operating costs of
the nonprofit Council on Aging. For-more
information, call 407-846-8532..
First United Methodist Church, 1001 10th
St. in St. Cloud, will have its annual pumpkin
patch at the church from Oct. 18-31. Many
different sizes and shapes of pumpkins for the
season. Reasonable prices. For more informa-
tion, call the church office at 407-892-3128.
Pumpkins are coming to Shingle Creek
United Methodist Church, 2420 Old Vineland
Road, Kissimmee. The Pumpkin Patch will
open beginning Saturday, Oct. 14, until Oct.
31. Regular hours for the patch will be Mon-
day Friday 2-8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-6
p.m. and Sunday 1-6 p.m. This fund-raiser is
being held in cooperation with Cub Scout
Troop 822 and the Crusaders Christian
Homeschool Group of Kissimmee. Proceeds
of all pumpkin sales will go toward the refur-
bishing of the church playground. For more
information, please call 407-396-6364.
Plant sale
The Osceola County Master Gardeners
will be holding their annual fall plant sale
on Saturday, Oct. 28, and Sunday, Oct.
29, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Extension
Services building in the Osceola Heritage
Park complex. Old garden roses, herbs,
shrubs, trees and other quality and unusual
plants will be for sale. Call 321-697-3000
for more information.
Founder's Day
27th Annual Good Samaritan Village
Founder's Day celebration will take place Satur-
day, 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
See Events, page B-5


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Saturday, October 28, 2006, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B5


Events
Continued from page B-4


Nov. 4, 9 a.m. 3 p.m. at
395 Village Drive in Poin-
ciana. 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, ceram-
ics, paintings, 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, including 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 coordi-
nation with University of
Florida IFAS Extension and
funding from the U.S. Forest
Service Urban and Communi-
ty Forestry Grant, are work-
ing together on a countywide
grant program, ReLeaf Osce-
ola, to help reestablish the
tree canopy lost during the
2004 hurricane season. This
educational and tree giveaway
program is available to resi-
dents of Osceola County.
There is a limit of one tree
per person and two trees per
household, although excep-
tions may be made for com-
mon land in homeowner
associations and for larger
commercial property. Nearly
4,000 three- to 15-gallon
trees will be distributed.
In order to receive a
voucher for a tree, residents
must take part in an educa-
tional program, 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
Sp.mn.; 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.

Recreation

Karate classes
Karate classes are held at
the St., Cloud Parks and
Recreation Center, 3001
17th St. Classes are on Mon-
days and Wednesdays from
7:15-8:15 p.m. for youths
and from 8:15-9:15 p.m. for
adults. Pre-registration is pre-,


FERIlC- Valera C. Fertic,
93, of St Cloud, passed away
Monday, October 23, 2006, at
home with her family by her
side. She was
born April 30,
1913 to Rev-
erend and -

in Bartow,
Florida. The
family moved to St. Cloud in
1932, when her father became
minister of the First Christian
Church of St. Cloud.
Valera was a longtime mem-
ber of the Silver Spurs Riding
Club, The Cowbelles and the
BPW. She enjoyed painting and
drawing in many media, as well
as sculpting. Her works hang in
the homes of family and friends
throughout Central Florida. She
and her sister-in-law, Pauline,
painted the original murals on
the walls of the St. Cloud Senior
center and the Catfish Place in
St. Cloud.
Valera also enjoyed mining
gems in North Carolina when
she spent summers and vaca-
tions there with her husband,
Clifford. She also had a studio at
her home where she cut and
polished the gems and stones
she found. She would then take
the stones and design jewelry for
her family and friends. Her abili-
ty to design was also demon-


ferred. The cost is $40 a
month; first uniform is free.
Call 321-443-2976 or 407-
433-8278.
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 wel-
come. 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.
Yoga and more
Yoga, meditation and
relaxation meets every
Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30
p.m. at the Poinciana Com-
munity Center. For details call
the center at 863-427-1827.
Sugar Belt
Express Cloggers
The group, for adults only,
meets and practices every
Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the
Narcoossee Community Cen-
ter. For more information call
407-892-0969.

Religion:

Caribbean Dinner
Dance
St. Francis Anglican
Church will hold .its first
Caribbean Dinner Dance on
Nov. 4 at the, Best Western
Main Gate East, 4018 W.
Vine St. in Kissimmee. Dona-
tion for the evening is $45
per person. For tickets and
more information, please call
407-344-2525.
Family
preparedness fair
On Saturday Nov. 4, from
9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints, 2821
Canoe Creek Road in St.
Cloud will hold a family pre-
paredness fair. Topics will
-include emergency prepared-
ness, food storage, family
record storage, operation
and maintenance of emer-
gency power equipment and
emergency medical prepared-
ness. Light lunch provided.
For more information, call
321-766-4590.
Yard sale
Ocean St. Church of God,
1211 Ocean St. in Kissim-
mee, will host a yard sale on
Friday, Nov. 3, and Saturday,
Nov. 4. There will be lots of


strated by the fact that she was
instrumental in the design of the
Osceola County Centennial
Logo. She also drew the plans
for the home she and her family
lived in for over 50 years;
In her seventies, Valera trav-
elled to Europe and South
America. She visited, among
many other places, Scotland,
the country of origin of her
father's family, the Chisholms.,
The same Chisholm family for
whom the Chisholm Trail is
named. Mrs. Fertic was a mem-
ber of The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Valera is survived by her
daughter Sylvia Wofford.


adult and children's, clothing
and household items. All pro-
ceeds will go toward expenses
of the church.
Holiday bazaar
The St. Thomas Aquinas
Council of Catholic Women
will be conducting its 8th
annual Holiday Bazaar/Craft
Fair on Saturday, Nov. 11,
from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
and Sunday, Nov. 12, from
9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Booths
and activities include Crafty
Hands, Sweet Shoppe Bak-
ery, Vi's Souper Soups,
Santa's Workshop, jewelry,
Visits with Santa, games of
chance, CCW Cafe, enter-
tainment from local clubs and
groups and outside vendors
offering Christmas items,
woodwork, ceramics, candles
and much more.
The church is located at
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic
Church, 900 Brown Chapel,
Road, St. Cloud.
St. Cloud Church
of the Nazarene
The church, at the comer
of Michigan Avenue and 19th
Street, will celebrate Home
Coming on Sunday, Oct. 29.
Royal City and the Boys, now
a family group since the five
boys joined, will be guest
,singers for this event, which
begins at 10 a.m. The audi-
ence, will be inspired in the
Lord as you worship and hear
the songs that encourage
your faith in God. Also on the
Oct. 29 at 6:30 p.m., he
church will hear from the mis-
sionary Russell Lovett from
the African region. Those
that love to hear good gospel
music and are concerned
about the missionary witness
in other countries are invited
to this event.
Fall holiday bazaar
Holy Redeemer Catholic
Church Council of Catholic
Women will host its annual
Fall-Holiday Bazaar in the
social hall, 1603 N. Thacker
Ave. in Kissimmee, on Satur-
day, Nov. 18, from 8 a.m.-2
p.m. The event will feature a
white elephant sale, books
and videos, religious items,
plants, bake sale, silent auc-
tion, Chinese auction, crafts,
jewelry and lunch.
Caribbean dinner
dance
St. Francis Anglican Church
will host its annual Caribbean
Dinner Dance on Nov. 4 from
6:30 p.m.-midnight at the
Best Western Maingate East,
4018 W. Vine St. in Kissim-
mee. Music by Amix Produc-
tions. Donation is $45. Attire
is formal. For tickets and infor-
mation, call 407-344-2525 or
917-628-1433.


Bibleman live
The Bibleman Live Show
will be in Kissimmee on Mon-
day, Oct. 30. The event will
take place at Heartland Com-
munity Church at 7 p.m. For
more information, go to
www.bibleman.com or at
www.thomasnelson.com.
Recovery group
In Step With the Spirit A
Christ-centered Recovery
Group for Alcohol and Drugs
is a fellowship of people who
share their experience,
strength and hope with each
other so that they may solve
their common problems with
drugs and alcohol and grow
in Christ. They do this by try-
ing to be honest with others
and with themsleves engaging
the Christ-centered .12 Steps.
The group meets Thursday
nights at 7:30 p.m. at the
Osceola. Christian Ministry
Center,! 700 Union St.,
Kissimmee. For more. infor-
mation, call 407-944-9968.
Old Fashioned
Fall Festival
The First United Methodist
Church will host an Old Fash-
ioned Fall Festival at the Field
.of Dreams, 215 W. Dakin
Ave., Kissimmee, on Oct. 28
from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. There
will be chili, pumpkin pie and
corn bread contests, food,
entertainment, vendors, arts
and crafts, games and prizes.
Admission is free.
Organizers are looking for
the following vendors: plant
stand, vegetable stand,
artists, craftspeople, black
smith, princess house, the
pampered chef and week-
enders. Contestants are also
needed for the chili and corn
bread contest and the pump-
kin pie contest.
Donations are also being
sought, including desserts for
the dessert trot; mini pump-
kins for the paint a mini
pumpkin booth; old children's
clothes; candy corn and ,plas-
tic serving gloves; apples for
bobbing for apples and
caramel apples; hay for the
maze, hayride, needle in a
hay stack and hay to sit on;
and new and used books.
Volunteers are also needed.
For more information or to
find out how to help, contact,
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Fall bazaar
The Presbyterian Women
(PW) Fall Bazaar will be held
Saturday, Oct. 28 from 9
a.m.-3 p.m. in the First Pres-
byterian Church fellowship
hall and yard. The church,
one of Kissimmee's oldest, sits
at 15 W. Church St., at the
corner of Church and Mab-
bette. The bazaar will raise
money for PW's mission and
charitable events throughout
the year. This year's bazaar
will feature holiday wreaths
and decorations, arts and
crafts ranging from needle-
work to woodwork, plants,.
home baked cakes, pies and
other goodies, hot sandwich-
es and sloppy joes served for
dinner and lunch. A wide
assortment of modern novels
and non-fiction books also will
be available for sale to benefit
the church library. There also
will be silent auctions of a
number of donated baskets
including but not limited to
spa visits, cat and dog fancier
items and spaghetti dinners.
Celebrate Recovery
Celebrate Recovery, a
Christ-centered 12-step


recovery program from
life's hurts, habits and hang-
ups, is offered at First Unit-
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10th St., St. Cloud, every
Sunday. The event begins at
6 p.m. with worship, testi-
mony and a speaker. Those
attending .break into small
groups at 7 p.m. and fel-
lowship and coffee begins at
8 p.m.
For more information, con-
tact Pastor Alexis Talbott at
407-892-3128.
Seniors

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sponsored by the Florida
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first and third Tuesdays of
each month at the Osceola
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Kissimmee. Information on
access to free and discount-
ed prescription drug pro-
grams is also available dur-
ing those times.
Information can also be
requested through the com-
munity help line at 211 or 1-
800-963-5337.
St. Cloud
Senior Center
Ballroom dance to live
music Mondays, 7-10 p.m.
October schedule: Oct. 30-
Doin' It Right-Halloween
Dance.
Country dance to live
music, couples and line danc-
ing, on Saturdays, 7-10 p.m.
October schedule: Oct. 28-
Boggy Creek.
Monday and Saturday
night dances, $2.50 donation
at the door.
Halloween Dance on
Monday, Oct. 30, from 7-
10 p.m. Costumes not
mandatory but would be
fun. Prizes available.
The Line Dance Club
meets for lessons each Mon-
day from 2-5 p.m. and
Thursday from 5:30-9 p.m.
There is a 50-cent donation
at the door. All ages wel-
come. For information, call
Art Pepkie at 407-344-
9260.
Rovin' Artist Club every
Thursday from 10 a.m.-2
p.m., and Seniorcize classes
at the Annex (8th Street and
Indiana Avenue) on Mondays,
Wednesday and Fridays
from 8-9 a.m.
For details, on St. Cloud
Senior Center activities, call
the center at 407-957-7392;
Richard Cox, president, at
407-933-7332; or Betty
Macnichol, first vice presi-
dent, at 407-892-7239.
Driver safety
program
The AARP Driver Safety
course, eight-hours over two
d.-3.s-, is designed for drivers
50 acnd ..,.~et The class cov-
ers age-related changes in
vision.: hearing and reaction
time and their effect on dri-
ving, as well as tips on road
,rage. A representative from
the Florida State Insurance
Board will discuss insurance
laws. Those who take the
course may be eligible for dis-
counts on car insurance.
Class will be held Nov. 16
and 17, from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. both days at .the Senior
Friends, 1500 Village Oak
Lane. Also, held on Nov. 15
and 17, from 9:30 a.m.-2:30
p.m. both days, with time out
for lunch, at the St. Cloud
Regional Medical Center con-
ference room, Budinger
Avenue and 17th Street.
Fee for the class and book
is $10, preferably by check
payable to AARP. For more
information and to make
reservations, call Irwin Mis-
sick at 407-870-5928.
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.

Thrift

Stores

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som 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, furniture and
electronics. Donations wel-
come, proceeds go to the
village.

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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. The
center carries clothing,
kitchen supplies, linens,
toys, craft supplies and
more. Operated by the


Presbyterian Women.
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.


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
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chili cook-off contests, children's activities,
craft and plant vendors, a silent auction and
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so it seems altogether fitting and
proper for Nightmare to return to
the big screen. Plus, it is amazing
just how far the digital 3D process
has come. Sure, you still have to,
wear those 3D glasses, but its no
big deal at all, and if you haven't
seen digital 3D before, you are in
for a treat. There's no more dou-


ble-vision with these glasses, the
images are stable from start to fin-
ish, you forget you are even wear-
ing glasses, unless you look over
at the person sitting next to you.
This is the first time an analog
film has been turned into a whol-
ly digital 3D film.
Of course, The Nightmare
Before Christmas is still a fun
viewing experience, without the
3D. The story still .is a slow for
See Movie, page C-3


Nothin' Productions presents
Keshia Parker as Audrey in Little
Shop of Horrors, the-musical-
comedy based on the film of
the same name. There is also a
Halloween costume contest at
the Oct. 28 show. Showtime is
7 p.m. Oct. 28 and 4 p.m. Oct
29. Adult tickets are $15,
seniors $12, children, students
and groups $10. For tickets/
information, call 321-278-
4368. For a list of other Hal-
loween events see page C-9.
PIG IN THE PARK
KISSIMMEE The annual Pio in
the Park Barbecue Cook-Off will be
held at Osceola Heritage Park Satur-
day, Oct. 21 as part of the Great
Outdoor Expo. The event teatiire-
; nearly 50 teams, participating in
professional, amateur anc '..',uth
competitions vying' .for almost
$5,000 in prize money in .'arnous
categories. The event is now sanc-
tioned by the Florida BBQ. Associa-
tion. Visitors can get in on all the
eating too. For $5, individuals iria,.'
try samples and choose their
favorite. Cooking teams will als-.,
sell samples after the judging con-
cludes. Judging begins at 11 a.m.
The winners will be announced at
4:30 p.m.
BILL WATROUS
LONGWOOD The Aha.rn:.te
Jazz Ensemble presents jazz ti,-,m-
bonist Bill Watrous and Linda Cole
in an evening of music at the Lmnian
High School Auditorium Sunday., Nov.
26 at 7 p.m. Admission is $5 at the
door. Call 407-322-7528 for r:.inc
Information.
HOME SHOW
ORLANDO The Oilando,
Home and Family Show come- t.
the Orange County Convention Cen-
ter Nov. 10-12. The event features
more than 350 exhibitors with homer
and garden products, big boys toys,
women and children's zone; remodel-
ing ideas and more. Tickets are $8
for adults and $5 for seniors (55-
plus). Children 16 and under are free.
The show will be held at the West
Concourse.
SPIDER MONKEY
L SANFORD -The Spider Monkey
exhibit at the Central Florida Zoo will
have its grand opening Friday, Nov.
3 at 10:30 a.m. The monkey exhibit
will have a new 25 x 60 cage which
will replace the last of the old cages at
the zoo.
To learn more about spider mon-
L keys and the Central Florida Zoo visit
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Outdoor Games

returns to

i Heritage Park

By Peter Covino
News-Gazette Entertainment Editor
It's finally cool outside and that
makes it a great weekend to take
part in the' Great Outdoor Games
at Osceola Heritage Park.
Now in its seventh year, the
i outdoor days event has some-
thing for everyone from fishing
tournaments to the Conservation
Village, where kids and adults
alike can learn about water and
environmental conservation as
, well as meet all kinds of wildlife.
One of the biggest events of
' the weekend is the Lake Toho
Pro-Am fishing competition.
This year more than! 70 boats
will be in Lake Toho with both
professional and amateur
anglers. BASS professionals
Peter "T" Thliveros, Charlie
Youngers and Mike Suman are
expected to participate. Return-
ing from the amateur ranks is
last year's amateur title winner,
St. Cloud resident Mike Taurins-
ki. There is a $35,000 payout
to the top professional.
The angling competition
began Friday and continues Oct.
7 27-28. Anglers launch-daily from
Kissimmee Lakefront Park. The
i competition's format allows' for
an amateur angler to fish along-
side a professional in the same
boat during the first two days of


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Voiced by: Danny Elfman,
Chris Sarandon
Director: Henry Selick
Running time: 80 minutes
Rating: PG


Even if the fish aren't biting there is still plenty to see and do at the Great Outdoor Games
Saturday and Sunday at Osceola Heritage Park. The weekend's free musical entertainment
includes Gator Country, featuring members of Southern rock band Molly Hatchet as well as
country greats Diamond Rio.


competition. Sunday is a winner-
take-all shootout, with only the
top 30 percent of anglers in each
division competing for the cham-
pionship.
The outdoor show also fea-
tures two nights of concerts.
Southern rock band Gator
Country headlines Saturday
night beginning at 4:30 p.m. at


Osceola Heritage Park. Gator
Country includes five members
of the classic rock band Molly
Hatchet. The original band
name was licensed so the group
decided to name their new band
after one of their early hit
songs. Gator Country has been
touring the nation in 2006 as
part of the Real Deal tour. They


will perform classic hits includ-
ing Gator Country, Flirtin' With
Disaster, Bounty Man and
Whiskey Man. Florida-based
rock and blues band Kingstreet
will open the show. %
There is more live music on
tap Sunday with Grand Ole
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Continued from page C-
: Opry inductees Diamond
Rio taking the stage. The
band's first seven albums
are all certified gold or plat-
inum and the band has been
honored with six vocal
group of the 'year awards.
Their No. 1 hits include Mir-
ror, Mirror; Love a Little
Stronger, One More Day,
Beautiful Mess and I
Believe.


Opening for Diamond Rio
is Central Florida country
music group Jim. Van Fleet
and the Reign. The concert
begins at 4:30 p.ntm.
Both concert dates are free
and fans are encouraged to
arrive early to ght a good
viewing spot.
Other events throughout
the weekend include a classic
car show where Central Flori-


da car clubs will exhibit classic
cars, muscle machines and
hot roads. The cardboard boat
races will also return as teams
construct cardboard crafts and
try to stay afloat in the racing
competition.
There is also a barbecue
cook-off Saturday where
amateurs and professionals
compete for cash prizes.
There is a public tasting


event for $5 and many of the
chefs will offer samples for
sale after the competition. It
begins at 11 a.m.
There is more information
on Great Outdoor Days at the
website www.greatoutdoor-
days.com
Contact Peter Covino at
407-846-7600, Ext. 206.
E-mail at pcovino@
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HERITAGE FESTIVAL
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val returns to Spear Park Oct.
28 from 10 a.m. 4p.m. The
festival features Midel A cars,
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music, dessert and chili cook-
off contests, children's activi-
ties, craft and plant vendors, a
silent auction and food. There
will also be narrated eco-boat
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and auction benefit the Oak-


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ART EXHIBIT
KISSIMMEE The Tom
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Movie
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brief stretches, but the Danny
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1. The Departed It's not
the best movie of the year, but
this new Martin Scorsese film at
least brings him back to Good-
fellas and Casino territory. Jack
Nicholson is a crime boss in
Boston, Matt Damon, the guy
he raised from boyhood to infil-
trate the police department.
Meanwhile, the cops have their
own guy undercover, played by
Leonardo DeCaprio. Rated R.
2. A Nightmare Before
Christmas It's always fun to
see a classic film on the big
screen again, ,and now that A
Nightmare Before Christmas is
in digital 3D, it's even better. PG
3. Catch a Fire -It's a
familiar .story a decent man
wrongly accused,' but it has sel-
dom been done better than in
this film set in South Africa in
the 1980's. With Derek Luke
and Tim Robbins. PG-13
4. Infamous -.Truman
Capote II. No, it's not a
sequel, just another look at
the famous author during the
time period when he wrote In
Cold Blood. While it isn't as
good as last year's Capote,
which featured an Oscar-win-
ning performance by. Philip
Seymour Hoffman, this is a
good companion piece to that
film, and it features a nice bit
of acting by Toby Jones in the
Capote role. R.
"5. The musionist -It's an
intriguing story about a magic
man with seemingly supernatur-
al powers. Edward Norton stars
as the Illusionist with a secret
love, and Paul Giamatti is the
police inspector who admires
his handiwork. R. 4
6. Roving Mars Now
at the Orlando Science Center
SCinedome, Roving Mars is as'
close as you can get to the
Red Planet without donning a
spacesuit. The big screen
show is made up of the thou-
sands of images shot by the
twin Mars Rovers Spirit and
Opportunity, which are still
exploring the planet. Unrated.
Suitable for all audiences.


The Departed probably has the most Oscar buzz of
any film in release so far this year, including possi-
ble actor nominations for Jack Nicholson, Leonardo
DiCaprio and Matt Damon.


7. The Prestige Intrigu-
ing yes, amazing no. Christo-
pher Nolan's (Memento) latest is
too complex, but this second
film about magicians at the turn-
of-the-century does, have some
flashy moments. With Christian
Bale, Hugh Jackman and
Michael Caine. R
8. Flags of Our Fathers
- Ambitious stuff from Clint
Eastwood (and Steven.Spielberg
who produced), but this World
War II story about the guys who
planted the flag on Iwo Jima and
their months on the war bond
propaganda circuit in the U.S.
afterward falls short of classic


war films such as Saving Private
Ryan and Platoon. R
9. Marie Antoinette -
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costumes, but this,, somewhat
modem biography of the
famous "let them eat cake" royal
is not worth losing your head
over. Kirsten Dunst plays Austri-
an royal Marie Antoinette who
married the future Louis the XVI
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sort-from another. PG
12. Keeping Mum -
Something is quite amiss in the
sleepy English village. Could it
be the new housekeeper?
British dark comedy should have
been better. R.
13. Flicka A horse pic-
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everywhere. This is the classic
tale retold about a boy and his
horse, except it's about a girl
and her horse. PG.
14. Employee of the
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millions are dying.
Fatal Contact most closely'
resembles Outbreak (1995), a
Dustin Hoffman film that follows
the panic and attempts to keep a
deadly virus under control. But
like Outbreak, it is flawed. At
least Fatal' Contact is only a
TV movie which aired in May on
the ABC Network so'the expec-
tations are not that high to
begin.
Fatal Contact has a begin-
ning which is sure to get the pulse
raising some. A man on a busi-
ness trip to Hong Kong comes in
contact with the disease and
returns home wheie he infects just
about everyone he comes in con-
tact with, and just like the name
implies, the results are fatal.
The scenario is likely, accord-
ing to many medical experts.
The end result will be the worst


medical disaster, perhaps in
recorded history with tens of mil-
lions dying.
And that is the case in Fatal
Contact, which uses one of-
those running tallies at the bot-
tom of the screen to show just
how many millions have died
after four weeks.. .five.. .six and
so on.
The guys doing the fighting
to contain the virus include Dr.
Iris Varnack (Joely Richardson
of Nip/Tuck) and the Secre-
tary of Health and Human
Services (Stacey Keach). On
the local home front is a nurse
(played by Six Feet Under's
Justina Machado.
While the storyline feels
rushed, the mounting panic, the
actual spread of the disease and
all that goes with it,. is genuine,
which makes Fatal Contact a
decent addition to the DVD col-
lector of medical maladies and
catastrophes.
Newly announced on DVD:
The latest Disnrey/Pixar film.
Cars will be released Nov. 7.
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box office this year, Cars is a fun,
film for kids that appeals to
adults as well with its nostalgic
look back at the mother of all
roads Route 66. The film fea-
tures the all-car vocal cast of Paul


Newman and Owen Wilson.
Other upcoming releases::
Smallville: The Complete
Fifth Season, Nov. 28.
Ginger and Fred a look
at Ginger Rogers and Fred
Astaire, February 13, 2007.
The Loneliness of the
Long Distance Runner -
Classic British film from 1962
about a reform school youth
(Tom Courtenay) chosen, to rep-
resent his. school in a race.
Directed by Tony Richardson.
February 13, 2007.
Performance Controver-
sial (for its time, 1970, originally
rated X) film about a criminal on
the run, hiding out with a rock
star. With Mick Jagger. February.
13, 2007.
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including Angel Face, The
Good Guys & the Bad Guys,.
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acclaimed sitcoms of all time
comes to DVD Nov. 21. Sea-
son 7 includes the classic
episodes "The Soup Nazi",
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They're creepy and they're spooky


Comedies can't get mu
darker than Running Wi
Scissors, the story of
teenaged boy growing up
an insane world.
Based on the' memoirs
Augusten Burroughs (play
here by Joseph Cros
Augusten had it very tou
pretty much from day on
His dad (Alec Baldwin) is
alcoholic and his mo
(Annette Bening) is psycho
and probably the reason 1
dad is an alcoholic.
Things aren't too bad
the beginning. Augusten


God only


"Have you had enough yet?"
These are the first words heard
in the film, Conversations
With God and, we soon dis-
cover, they supposedly come
from God. Ten minutes later, I
was agreeing whole-heartedly
with the Creator.
As this, is a film and not a
book review, let's state right up
front that this is a very poorly
constructed piece of cinema,
and set the dissection of Neale
Donald Walsch's New Age phi-
losophizing aside for a bit.
The film takes Walsch
(Henry Czemy) haphazardly
through various periods of his
life (from kid craving the love of
his stone-hearted mommy to
homeless guy to small-time
radio DJ to self-styled channeler
of the Supreme Being), pop-
ping back and forth through
time randomly and unnecessari-
ly. This is a current trend in cin-
ema, but a more linear telling
would have been one less con-
fusing part to an already
bizarrely under-told tale.
Vital chunks of information,
large and small, are simply not
in the film, leaving the uninitiat-
ed the tiresome task of filling in
the gaps. That job should have
been accomplished by the
screenwriter and director.
Every movie should stand on
its own, but this one absolutely
feels as if a primer (Walsch's
book) is' mandatory reading
before taking in the sketchy tale.


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are about as normal as it gets in Running With Scissors.


sort of like the kid in Auntie
Mame, adoring his eccentric
aunt. But his mom finds cop-
ing with life in the 1970s get-
ting harder and harder until
she can cope no longer and
she actually ships her son off
to live with her psychiatrist
(played by Brian Cox) and his
family.
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named Freud that speaks to
her, and ,eventually dies. She
announces one day that she
has dug up Freud and he is in
the stew she is preparing.
Mom (Jill Clayburgh) spends


probably wouldn't want to sit
in his lap. And there is adopt-
ed son Bookman (Joseph
Fiennes), who is also a patient
'of the doctor. The 35-year-old
man is involved in a sexual
relationship with 15-year-old
Augusten.
Amazingly, Augusten,
troubled as he is by his sur-
roundings, manages to deal
with it all very well, and if
anything, brings out the best
in this weird assortment of
people and grows from the
experience.
Running With Scissors
is an uneven film that despite
its factual basis, doesn't ring
true, even if it all really hap-
pened. There are some rather
funny -scenes mixed in with
others that don't work well at
all. And it's a good thing there
is lots of humor, because with-
out it, Running With Scis-
sors would be one depressing
movie.
Stick around for the closing
credits and you get to see the
real Augusten Borroughs
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rarely ever gets to the meat of
the subject, leaving one to ask:
"Where's the beef?"
As Walsch, Henry Czemy is
an understated cipher/prophet
in the wilderness, complete with
Old Testament beard and New
Age. sensibilities. The general
caliber of the rest of the perfor-
mances borders on the amateur-
ish, as if lots of the film's "Spiri-
tual Circle" investors and friends
of the author were placed in the
film without the aid of a profes-
sional casting director.
Basically the movie uses the
device of God speaking to us
through actions to define
Walsch's life as one of denying
and accepting signs and por-
tents. A more direct interaction
occurs when Walsch begins
chatting-up Gpd in his own
voice, in his head. As he franti-
cally fills legal pad after legal pad
with such startlingly mundane
insights as "Love is all," and
"We are' all one," and variations
of "If it feels good, do it," one
wonders if he is- in the final
throes of utter madness.
We should all be this nuts.
The scribblings turn out to be
.worth 1.5 million .bucks when a
publisher eventually picks up the


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riches saga will be looked on as
one of those undeniably positive
signs from the Big Guy by some,
and a sign that this socieHty is a
spiritually desperate, tragically
gullible one, by others.
One of Walsch's main sup-
positions, that we are all God
having a dialog with ourselves,
leads this reviewer to remind
himself to work on that Ozone
Hole thing, immediately. And
to tell you, as if from on high, to
avoid this obtuse, grindingly dull
flick or suffer my (our) wrath.
Critic's rating: F
Rated PG:- For some lan-
guage, thematic elements,
and a brief accident

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accused, has been the com-
pelling core of many a great
story, but seldom has this. con-
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been in Catch a Fire.
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first witness Patrick Chamusso
(Derek Luke) as a well-paid fore-
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Afrikaner regime, so as not to
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Review
Continued from page C-i
being tripped up by a case of
mistaken identity.
Enter Colonel Nic Vos (Tim
Robbins), an investigator for the
dreaded Police Security Branch.
Vos is a wily terrorist hunter of
the first degree, and, we see in
telling interludes, a family man
with two daughters of his own
whom he is driven to protect.
The self-imposed and increas-
ingly hopeless plight of the
white minority to maintain
power is embodied in Vos and
his family. Robbins keeps a tight
rein on the character, under-
playing him to achieve a men-
acing, calculated calm that is
juxtaposed well against Luke's
desperate emotionality.
Vos is convinced that Patrick
was in on an incident of sabo-
tage at Secunda, and with a trail
of circumstantial evidence point-
ing directly at the foreman, Vos
arrests him and soon sets to
work doggedly attempting to
pry loose a confession. Patrick


skirts the truth for the sake of his
secret second family, and this
makes him seem even more as
if he is covering up crimes.
We witness scenes of mental
and physical torture as Patrick is
pushed nearly beyond
endurance, then past the break-
ing point when Precious is also
jailed and abused. The scene of
Patrick and his wife, bound,
beaten, sobbing together on the
floor of a jail cell is the type of
moment that crystallizes all that
was so terribly,, unspeakably
wrong with the South African
police state, or any police state
for that matter.
Beyond powerful, these kind
of gut-wrenching episodes
throughout the film work to'
such great effect because we
have come to care for Luke's
Patrick, and that is completely
.attributable to the actor's great
charm and skill.
Finally released from prison
and forever changed, Patrick is


filled with justifiable rage and
soon leaves to join up with the
ANC in Mozambique. When
Patrick once again re-enters
South Africa, it is to utilize his
insiders' knowledge, combined
with his new-found training to
attempt to completely destroy
the 'Secunda refinery.
Of course Vos finds out, and
the third act becomes a thrilling,
tension-filled cat and& mouse
chase between the two men with
the fate of Secunda at stake.
Overall the production of this
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with the cinematography, music
and editorial pacing especially
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It's time for some Halloween fun


By Peter Covino
News-Gazette Entertainment Editor
You don't have to pay theme
park admissions to have some
Halloween fun.
Kissimmee's 9th annual fall
festival returns to the communi-
ty house downtown for an
evening of entertainment, cos-
tumes, prizes and more. It will
be held Saturday, Oct. 28 from
4-7 p.m. The event is open 4to
children ages 2-10. The com-
munity house is located at 3Q00
E. Monument Ave. at the lake-
front park.
If you are up for the drive and
:want some historical ghostly
visions this Halloween, a trip to
St. Augustine might be just the
place of your nightmares. There
are several events going on, this
week in America's oldest city,
including a ghost train ride
through the haunted streets of
St. Augustine, Oct. 31. Reserva-
tions are required as the train
stops to find spirits along the
way. Call, 904-824-1606 for
information.
Another haunting tour visits
three of the most haunted
places in the city, including the
Old Drug Store, which rests
upon an old Indian burial ground
and The Old Jail, site of many
supernatural occurrences. Tour
Dates are Oct. 28-31 and it
starts nightly at 8 p.m. Call 904-
829-3800.


seniors $12, children, students
and groups $10. For tickets/
information, call 321-278-
4368:
are some thrills on the big
screen as Michael Myers returns
for his annual Halloween slaugh-
ter in the 1978 horror classic
Halloween. The film will be
shown Oct. 30-31 and includes
on-screen interviews with cast
members as well as Rob Zom-
bie, writer/director of the new
Halloween film due out in Octo-
ber 2007. Tickets are $10 for
the show at Waterford Lakes,
Stadium in Orlando and are
available at the box office and
online at www.bigscreenboxof-
fice.com.
There are still two nights left,
Oct. 30-31, for Disney's Not-
So-Scary Halloween Party at the
Magic Kinrgdrom. The family
friendly event features trick-or-
treating throughout the park, a
special Halloween fireworks-
spectacular and parade and
more. Costumes are permitted.
Visit. disneyworld.com/Hal-
loween to check on ticket avail-
ability for the remaining nights
of the event. Tickets are $42.95
plus tax for ages 10 and above,
$35.95 ages 3-9. The fun
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SeaWorld's, Halloween
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Toho A ,
Water
Authority






NOTICE OF MEETING AND PUBLIC
HEARING TO BE CONDUCTED BY THE
TOHOPEKALIGA WATER AUTHORITY

Please be advised that the Board of Supervisors of
the Tohopekaliga Water Authority, an independent | .000 ea2 o.ne Owner
special district (the "Authority"), plans to hold a pub- ONLY 1w N I
lic. hearing at its meeting on November 8, 2006 at
5:00 P.M. at the Commission Chambers in the
Kissimmee City Hall located at: 101 North Church.
Street, First Floor, Kissimmee, Florida 34741. Extra Clean, under 6,000 Miles
WAS,18%498 o164999; ONLY 5,999
Pursuant to Section, 189.423, Florida Statutes, the [-. ;..
purpose of the public hearing wiU be to consider (i)
the Poinciana System Transition Interlocal
Agreement between the Authority and Polk One Owner
County, Florida (the "Poinciana Agreement") and WAS 16845 NOW 15 999 WAS 1 4,125 Nows13 855
(ii) the FGUA Transfer Agreement between the _I_,,
Authority and the Florida Governmental Utility
Authority (the "FGUA Agreement" and together
with the Poinciana Agreement the "Agreements"), I
and following that public hearing, the Board of ONLY$, wSo23785N ow 2148
Supervisors of the Authority plans to take those
actions authorized by said Section 189.423, Florida MrEm i I-a
Statutes, and other provisions of law, including -
execution of the Agreements for the acquisition
and transfer of the Poinciana System, Utility
Assets, Utility Service, Utility System and other WAS 14 555 NO$13 999 WAS8, 999 No 7 555
assets, rights and obligations set out in the i1tiru uI u in11
Agreements from Polk Cdunty, Florida and/or the
Florida Governmental Utility Authority to the .
Authority. All capitalized terms used in this Notice of A
Meeting and Public Hearing not defined herein WAs 13,988 ow 'l2 588 WASv7,995 NOW 7 5
shall have the meanings set forth in the Poinciana 200A_,.s.-* IL.
Agreement or FGUA Agreement, as applicable.

Persons interested may appear and be heard at
said time and place. WAS 17 995 Now 16 995 WAS13 565 Now 12 999

Any person 'deciding to appeal any decision of the
Tohopekaliga Water Authority Board of Supervisors ...t,
with respect to any matter considered at this meet- .
ing will need a record of the proceedings. For such -
purpose, he/she may need to ensure that a verba- WAS 9,9 8998 8 WAS 15,588 NOW 14 570
tim record of the proceedings is made, which IegI s;-s;ImII!
record includes the testimony and evidence upon ,
which the appeal is to be based.

Copies of the Agreements, related or supporting WAS ~12,565 NOwl 1999 ONLY13500
documents or an agenda for the meeting may be
obtained from Brian L. Wheeler, Executive Director, 'A
Tohopekaliga Water Authority, 101 North Church .I TAR
Street, 2nd Floor, Kissimmee, Florida 34741. M A 7 D A x.v L/r IA A


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the public meeting because of a disability or phys- SERVING CENTRAL 1 M.e North of the Fiorida Mai
ical impairment should contact the Tohopekaliga FLORIDA FOR OVER Corner of Lancaster & O.B.T.
Water Authority at 101 North Church Street, 2nd 50 YEARS 407-851
Floor, Kissimmee, Florida 34741, (407) 518-2161. 5


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Page D2, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, October 28, 2006


OSCE0IA NEWS-GAZETE
Florida laws protect your right
to know and provide that certain
legal proceedings be published

,for your information and P u





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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
Case Number. Cl 06-MF-2105.
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS INDEN-
TURE TRUSTEE, IN TRUST
FOR THE REGISTERED
HOLDERS OF ARGENT
MORTGAGE LOAN, ASSET-
BACKED NOTES, SERIES
2005-WI UNDER THE POOL-
ING AND SERVICING AGREE-
MENT DATED AS OF APRIL 1,
2005, WITHOUT RECOURSE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
GLORIA M. ARNESON, et al,
Defendants."
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: GLORIA M. ARNESON
(LAST KNOWN ADDRESS)
1428 Outer Court,'
Kissimmee, FL 32744
(ATTEMPTED ADDRESS)
2685 Orchard Lane,
Kissimmee, FL 34744
(ATTEMPTED ADDRESS)
143 White Birch Road,
Kissimmee, FL 34743
(ATTEMPTED ADDRESS)
7720 Water Oak Court,
Kissimmee, 34744'
(ATTEMPTED ADDRESS)
1334 Sweetwood Boulevard
Kissimmee, FL 34744
(CURRENT RESIDENCE)
UNKNOWN
GEORGE W. ARNESON Sr.
(LAST KNOWN ADDRESS)
1428 Outer Court,
Kissimmee, FL 32744
(ATTEMPTED ADDRESS)
143 White Birch Road
Kissimmee, FL 34743
(ATTEMPTED ADDRESS)
309 Poinciana Circle
Kissimmee, FL 34744
(ATTEMPTED ADDRESS)
1334 Sweetwood Boulevard
Kissimmee, FL 34744
(CURRENT RESIDENCE)
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mort-
gage on the following described
property'
Lot 3, MILL RUN SUBDIVISION,
according to the plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 2. Page
215, of the Public Recdrds 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: MARSHALL C. WAT-
SON, RP.A., Attdmey for Plaintiff,
whose address is: 1800 NW
49th Street, Suite 120, Fort
Lauderdale Florida 33309, on or
before the 20th day of NOVEM-
BER 2006, a date which is with-
in thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this Notice in the
Osceola News-Gazette, and file.-
the original with the Clerk'of this
Court either before service on
the Plaintiffs attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
it- O - ii a ^*ri.6 17,11. A a .1,-
361-iT, Arloi f-'i^j.' L. n,. \'J3


tion in order to participate in this
proceedings, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please con-
tact Court Administration at 2
Courthouse Square, Suite 6300,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741, Tele-
phone: (407) 343-2417, within
two (2) working days of your
receipt of this Notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call 1-
(800) 955-8771.
WITNESS my hand and the
sea] of this Court on this 17th
day of October 2006.
LARRY WHALEY
As CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/Betsy Quitones
BETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk
06-07459
October 21, 28, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
- Case Number Cl 06-MF-1700.
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO-
CIATION, AS TRUSTEE OF
CSFB. ABS TRUST SERIES
HEAT 2002-2,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARMEN ALICEA, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: CARMEN ALICEA
(LAST KNOWN ADDRESS):
602 Estrada Lane
Kissimmee, FL 34758
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF CARMEN ALICEA
(ATTEMPTED ADDRESS):
602 Estrada Lane
Kissimmee, FL 34758
(CURRENT RESIDENCE):-
'UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mort-
gage on the following described
property'
Lot 8, Block 1804, POINCIANA,
Neighborhood 3 West, Village 1,
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 3, Pages
39-52, of the 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 MARSHALL C. WAT-
SON, P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff,
whose address is: '.1800 NW
49th Street, Suite 120, Fort
Lauderdale Florida 33309, on or
before the 20th day of NOVEM-
BER 2006, a date which is with-
in'thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this Notice in the
Osceola News-Gazette, and 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 Notice; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call 1-
(800) 955-8771.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on this 17th
day of October 2006.
LARRY WHALEY
As CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/Betsy Quitfones
BETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk
06-05513
October 21, 28, 2006


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC AUCTION
As of NOVEMBER 10, 2006,
at 9:00 A.M.,'the vehicles/ ves-
sels listed below, shall be sold
at Public Auction for cash at
RUSSELL'S R& S AUTO
REPAIR AND TOWING SER-
SVICE Inc., 2720 13th Street, St.
Cloud, Florida 34769.
Telephone- (407) 892-5466
1) 1984 CHEVY
VIN #: 1G8CT18B6E159916
2) 1993 NISSAN
VIN #: 1N4BU31F4PC121937
3) 1994 PLYMOUTH
VIN I#: JP3EA11A5RU036935
4) 1994 CHEVY
VIN #: 2G1WL54T1R9167496
5) 2000 LINCOLN
VIN #: 5LMEU27A9YLJ35176
6) 2001 CIRW TRL
VIN #:I 1C9TB224811140466
7) 00GO KART CAMPER TRL
October 28, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
DOMESTIC RELATIONS
CASE No.: DR 06-DS-3284.
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
SHYRIL TOMLINSON-
TAYLOR,
Petitioner/Wife,
and
ULYSSES TAYLOR,
Respondent/Husband.
NOTICE OF ACTION
Dissolution of Marriage
To: ULYSSES TAYLOR
829 Sowell Road
Orlando, FL 32803
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against
you, and you are required to
serve a copy-of your written
defense, if any, to it on: MARY
E. FITZGIBBONS, Attorney for
'Petitioner, SHYRIL TOMLIN-
SON-TAYLOR, whose address
is 12 S. Orlando Avenue,
Kissimmee, FL34741, on or.
before NOVEMBER 27, 2006,
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court before serv-
ice on Petitioner or immediate-
ly thereafter. If you fail to do so,
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in


the Petition.
Warning: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Proce-
dure, requires certain automat-
ic disclosure of documents and
information. Failure to comply
can result in sanctions; includ-
ing dismissal or striking of
pleadings.'
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on October
25, 2006.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s! TS.
T.S.
As Deputy Clerk
October 28, 2006
November 4, 11, 18, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
Case Number: Cl 06-MF-2165.
AAMES FUNDING
CORPORATION, d/b/a
AAMES HOME LOAN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
TRICIA L. BOONE, a/k/a
TRICIA LEIGH GETTY BOONE,
et al,
Defendants.
S NOTICE OF ACTION
To: TRICIA L. BOONE, a/k/a
TRICIA LEIGH GETTY BOONE
(LAST KNOWN ADDRESS):
2661 Ann Avenue
Kissimmee, FL 34744
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
TRICIA L. BOONE, a/k/a
TRICIA LEIGH GETTY BOONE
(LAST KNOWN ADDRESS):
2661 Ann Avenue
Kissimmee, FL 34744
JANE DOE
(LAST KNOWN ADDRESS)
2661 Ann Avenue
Kissimmee, FL 34744
JOHN DOE "
(LAST KNOWN ADDRESS):
,2661 Ann Avenue
.:Kissimmee, FL 34744
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mort-
gage on the following
described property'
Lot 11, Block 3, EMERALD
LAKE COLONY, Unit One,
according to the Plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Book 1, Page
434, of the Public Records of
Osceola County Florida
has been filed against you and
you are -required to serve a
an,. i.: ,i .:.-r. MARSHALL C.
WATSON, P.A., Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite
10. Fort L ud-r..i. Florida
"i'i' & .r. ,:.r Aic.re the 27th
day of NOVEMBER 2006, a
date which is within thirty (30)
days after the first publication
of this Notice in the Osceola
News-Gazette, and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
the Plaintiffs attorney or imme-
diately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against


you for the relief demandea in
the complaint.
If you area person with a dis-
ability who needs accommoda-
tion in order to participate in
this proceedings, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance.
Please contact: Court Adminis-
tration at 2 Courthouse Square,
SSuite 6300, Kissimmee, Florida
34741. Telephone: (407) 343-
2417, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this
Notice; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 1-(800)
955-8771.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on this 23rd
day of October 2006.
LARRY WHALEY
As CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
06-07622
October 28, 2006
November 4. 2006


NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGS'
FOR THE CLOSING
OF EASEMENTS
EV06-00013
To Whom It May Concern,
YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE
that the Board of County Com-
missioners of Osceola County,
Florida, upon sworn, petition of
qualified landowners, will at
1:30 P.M.. on the 13th day of
NOVEMBER, A.D. 2006, or as
soon thereafter as the/matter
may be heard and considered,
at its office in the County
Administration Building 'in
Kissimmee, Florida, determine
whether or not the County of
Osceola will vacate, abandon
and discontinue, and renounce
and .disclaim any and all right
and title of the County of Osce-
ola, a political subdivision of the
State of Florida, and the public,
in and to the portion of utility
and/ or drainage easement as
shown and delineated on the
Plat of Tract"'U' Replat (POIN-
CIANA INDUSTRIAL PARK),
Lot 2, of Section 11, Township
26 South, Range 28 East,
Osceola County, Florida, as
filed and recorded in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Osceola County, Florida,
particularly described as fol-
lows. to wit'
The North 50.00 feet, of the
west 564.32 feet of the 80 foot
Drainage and Utility Easement,;
lying completely within the
boundaries of. Lot 2, of the
Tract 'U' Replat of Section 11,
Township 26 South, Range 28
East as recorded in Plat Book
17, Page 31, of the Public
Records of Osceola County,
Florida.
The said portions of the utility
and/or drainage easement lie
outside of corporate limits of
any municipality in Osceola
County, Florida.
Pernon? interested may
apt.'-,' .',, br, 'heard at the


time and plauU uove spuulleu.
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
OF OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
By:
Chairman/Vice-Chairman
ATTEST:
OSCEOLA COUNTY
CLERK OF THE BOARD
By:
Clerk/Deputy Clerk
to the Board
October 28, 2006


NOTICE OF ADOPTION
OF RESOLUTION
EVO5-00013
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that on the 25th day of Septem-
ber, A.D. 2006, the Board of
County Commissioners of
Osceola County, Florida,
adopted a Resolution vacating,
abandoning and discontinuing
as a public utility and/ or
drainage easement and forever
renouncing and disclaiming
any right of the County of
Osceola, State of Florida, and
the public; in and to the portion
outfall ditch easement as
shown and delineated on the
Deed Book 111, Pages 352 and
353 all are located in Section
17, Township 25 South, Range
31 East, Osceola County, Flori-
da, as filed and recorded in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Osceola County, Flori-
da. particularly described as
follows to wit'
DITCH LEFT STATION
S 228/76.32
That part of Blocks 247 and -
248, of the NEW MAP OF NAR-
COOSSEE, NARCOOSSEE
FARM & TOWNSITE COMPANY
SUBDIVISION in Section 17,
Township 25 South, Range 31
East, recorded,in Plat Book 1,
Pages 73 and 74, ,:. C;:,:.
County Records, ,.r,,r, ,
within 15 feet of each side of
the survey 'line for said ditch
.described as follows, to-wit:
Commence at a point 15 feet
north of the Northeast comer of
Block 2z- :.i 5f :1 ci,...,.r-
and run 'l.:.nr, '." 5 3' -t
275 feet; thence South 55'
21 "West 152 feet; thence North
89 28' 39" West 385 feet, more
or less.
Containing .1735 acres,
more or less.
DITCH RIGHT STATION
228/76.32
That part'of Block 249, of
NEW MAP OF NARCOOSSEE,
NARCOOSSEE FARM AND
TOWNSITE COMPANY SUB-
DIVISION, in Section 17, Town-
ship 25 South, Range 31 East,
recorded in Plat Book 1, Pages
73 and 74, Osceola County.
Public Records, which lies with-
in 15 feet Southerly of the fol-
lowing described ditch survey
line;
Commence at a point 15 feet
North of Northwest comer of
said Block 249, and run South
88 00' 39" East 228 feet;


or less.
DITCH RIGHT STATION
232/55.52
That part of Block 215, as
shown on NEW MAP OF NAR-
COOSSEE, NARCOOSSEE
FARM AND TOWNSITE COM-
PANY SUBDIVISION in Sec-
tion 17, Township 25 South,
Range 31 East, recorded in
Plat Book 1, Pages 73 and 74,
of the Public Records of Osce-
ola County, Florida, which lies
within 15 feet on each side of
the survey line of ditch, which
said survey line is described as
follows, to wit:
Commence at a point on the
center line of Project 1019,
(Job 9502-104) State Road 29,
Osceola County, Florida, as
shown by Map of said project
oh file in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Osceola
County, which said point is sta-
tion 234/00, and run thence
North 89 04' 39" West, a dis-
tance of 500 feet for a Point of
Beginning.
From this Point of Beginning,
run South 55' 21" West a dis-
tance of 163-feet.
Containing 0.1 acres, more
or less.
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
OF OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
By:
Chairman/Vice-Chairman
ATTEST:
OSCEOLA COUNTY
CLERK OF THE BOARD
By:
Clerk/Deputy Clerk
to the Board
October 28, 2006



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE No.: PR 06-PR-000504..
Division: Probate.
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF:
MARK E.' COLLINS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
SEstate of MAR)( E. COLLINS,
deceased, whose date of death
was January 29, 2002, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for
Osceola County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division; the' address of
which is: Osceola County Cour-
thouse, 2 Courthouse Square,
Suite 2000, Kissimmee, Florida
34741. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent,
and other 'persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a .
copy of this notice is required to
be served, must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE. (3)


OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other 'persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate,
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER -THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
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: October
28, 2006.
Personal Representative:
/s/ Sharon Collins
SHARON COLLINS
5569 Jaleen Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32810
Attorney for
Personal Representative:
/s/ Catherine E. Davey
CATHERINE E. DAVEY
Attorney for Sharon Collins
Florida Bar No.: 0991724.
Post Office Box, 941251
Maitland, Florida 32794-1251
Telephone: (407) 645-4833
October 28, 2006,
November 4, 2006


NOTICE OF SALE OF
ABANDONED PROPERTY
To: FLORE CAPUZZO
145 Scott Boulevard
Kissimmee, Florida 34746
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, pursuant to Section
715.109, Florida Statutes, and
the Notice of Right to Reclaim
Abandoned Property served on.
the above-named persons on or
about October 25, 2006, SHER-
WOOD FOREST will sell the fol-
lowing described property,
1979 South House Trailer
TITLE No: 16950380
VEHICLE ID No: 4879A
(the "Property")
at Public Sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at SHER-
WOOD FOREST ik. I.,i I.,: ,,l
at 145 -.:.;-n e iuK l, K -i:,w,.
mee, Florida 34746, at 11:00
A.M., on the 13th day of
NOVEMBER 2006.
The Certificate of Title to the
Property is held in the name of
FLORE CAPUZZO, 145 Scott
Boulevard, Kissimmee, FL
34746, and who has failed to
reclaim the Property. .
/s/ Richmond C. Flowers
Richmond C. Flowers, Esq.
Florida Bar No. 106828.
RUDEN, McCLOSKY,
SMITH, SCHUSTER
& RUSSELL, P.A.


SSuite 1700
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Telephone: (727) 502-8220
Facsimile: (727) 502-8282
Attorneys for
Sherwood Forest
-October 28, 2006
November 4, 2006


PUBLIC NOTICE
Pursuant to Section 163.346
Florida Statutes, the City Com-
mission for the City of Kissim-
mee, Florida, as the governing
body of the, Community Rede-
velopment Agency, does here-
by give public, notice in accor-
dance with Section 163.346,
Florida Statues of the intention
to adopt a Resolution adding
the "City Centre" project as
amendment to the redevelop-
ment plan. The City Commis-
sion will consider the resolution
immediately following a public
hearing to be held on NOVEM-
BER 14, 2006, beginning at
6:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter
as possible at City Hall Com-
mission Chambers, 101
Church Street, Kissimmee,
Florida.
October 28,2006



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
OSCEOLA, FLORIDA.
Case Number: Cl 06-OC-2441.
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF
1999 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
MOTORCYCLE '
VIN #: 1HD1FHW16XY625305
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDINGS
TO ANY AND ALL PERSONS
WHO CLAIM AN INTEREST
IN THE FOLLOWING PROPER-
TY,
1999 HARLEY-DAVIDSON
MOTORCYCLE
VIN #: 1HD1FHW16XY625305
The Osceola County Sheriff's
Office seized the above
described property on or about
October 10, 2006, at or near
1347 East Vine Street, Kissim-
mee, Osceola County, Florida.
A Complaint for Forfeiture, pur-
suant to the Florida Contra-
band Forfeiture Act, Sections
932.701-707, Florida Statutes
(2004) has been filed in the Cir-
cuit 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 For-
feiture.
/s/ Linda Penny
LINDA PENNY; Esquire
Florida Bar#: 339768.
Osceola County Sheriff's Office
2601 E. Irlo Bronson Highway
Kissimmee, Florida 34744
Telephone: (407) 348-1146
October 28, 2006
November 4, 2006


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Saturday, October 28, 2006, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page D3


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
Case Number Cl 06-MF-1938.
GMAC MORTGAGE
CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JEFFREY BROUGHTON,
et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
-m To: JEFFREY BROUGHTON;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JEF-
FREY BROUGHTON; SUSAN
S FARNHILL; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SUSAN FARN-
_- HILL, whose residences are
o= .t unknown, if he/she/they be liv-
ing; and if he/ she/ they be dead
and the unknown defendants
who may be spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees, and
all parties claiming an interest
by, through, under or against the
Defendants, who are not known
to be dead or alive, and all par-
ties having or claiming to have
any right, title or interest in the
-"t'0 property described in the Mort-
"'' gage being foreclosed herein.
,:rl YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to foreclose a
"' mortgage on the following prop-
erty"
Lot 128, of FIESTA KEY,
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 16, Pages
150 through 153, of the Public
Records of Osceola County,
-*,: Florida
i0 has been filed against you and
-'.i you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
t .to it on: DAVID J. STERN,
Esquire, Plaintiff's attorney,
r whose address is: 801 South
University Drive, Suite 500,
Plantation, Florida 33324, on or
before the 20th day of NOVEM-
BER 2006, (no later than 30
days from the date of the first
publication of this Notice of
Action), and file the original with
the ,Clerk of this Court either
I' before service on the Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately there-
, after, otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or
petition filed herein.
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs accommoda-
Slion in order to participate in this
proceedings, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision
r'_ of certain assistance. Please
contact: Court Administration at
2 Courthouse Square, Suite
6300, Kissimmee, Florida
34741, Telephone: (407) 343-
2417, within two (2) working
- days of your receipt of this doc-
ument; if you are hearing or
,va voice impaired, call 1-(800) 955-
' 8771.
"-n WITNESS my hand and the
- ,e seal 'of this Court at Osceola
."bi' County, Florida, on this 17th day
: of October 2006.
&'%;r LARRY WHALEY
'o CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
-,u By: /s/ Betsy Quifiones
BETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Law office off DAVID J. STERN
'.' 801 South University Drive
".. Suite 500
Plantation, Florida 33324
06-57567 (GMAP)
October 21, 28, 2006




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
C a- C .riunr CIWn6.MP..1i0 i ,
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ILA T r hrC-. aL',rr RE'.:
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* UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JEAN R.DARCEL
(LAST KrNOWIN DDRESS)l
-'. i: l_' Lair Li *,,5 ',.e
S 'CI...U.3 L :-1- 1
S' I JE COE
lLAcT Kti:.*;r 'IADD'IEi,I
6125 Lake Lizzie Drive
St. Cloud, FL 34771
JOHN DOE
(LAST KNOWN ADDRESS)
6125 Lake Lizzie Drive
St. Cloud, FL 34771
" YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action forForeclosure of Mort-
t gage on the following described
property
Beginning at the Southwest cor-
S ..-r :i Lot, 1, ROBERT'S
* G, r:'D SUBDIVISION No. 2,
; according to the. Official Plat
R thereof, as recorded in Plat
. Book 1, Page 278, of the Public
Records of Osceola County,
Florida; run thence North 53
40' East along the Southeaster-
ly line of said Lot 1, a distance of
130:4 feet more or less, to the
meander line of Lake Lizzie; run
thence in p Northerly direction
along the meander line of Lake
r Lizzie, a distance of 40.0 feet;
, run thence in a Southwesterly
direction to a point 50.0 feet
North 25 West of the South-
west comer of Lot 1, ROBERT'S
GROVE SUBDIVISION No. 2,
said point being on the Easterly
right-of-way line of Old State
Road # 24, and being 25.0 feet
Easterly of the center line there-
of, run thence South 25" East, a
distance of 50.0 feet to the Point
of Beginning
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
to it, on MARSHALL C. WAT-
SON, P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff,
whose address is: 1800 NW
49th. Street, Suite 120, Fort
Lauderdale Florida 33309, on or
before the 20th day of NOVEM-
BER 2006, a date which is with-
in thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this Notice in the
Osceola News-Gazette, and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attomey 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
contact: Court Administration at
2 Courthouse Square, Suite
6300, Kissimmee, Florida
34741, Telephone: (407) 343-
2417, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this
Notice; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 1-(800) 955-
S 8771.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on this 17th
day of October 2006.
LARRY WHALEY
P As CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s/ Betsy Quifiones
SBETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk
06-06257
SOctober 21, 28, 2006


NOTIFICATION OF
PUBLIC SALE
In order to satisfy a Contrac-
tual Landlord's Lien, under the
provisions of the Florida Self-
Service Storage Act, Public
Notice is hereby given that the
following described property will
be sold at Public Sale to the
highest bidder for cash.
The sale will be held at
KISSIMMEE STOR-IT, 1920
Kelly Avenue, Kissimmee, Flori-
da 34744, on NOVEMBER 4,
2006, at 10:30 A.M.
Telephone- (407) 932-2239,
TENANT: UNIT #:
1) QUIROZ C-17
October 21, 28, 2006


NOTICE OF ADOPTION
RESOLUTION NO. 18-2006
RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF ELECTION
PROCLAMATION AND DESIGNATION OF
CANDIDATES NAME TO APPEAR ON BALLOT.
WHEREAS, Article III, Chapter 1, Section 1 of the Charter of the
City of Kissimmee provides for the date General Municipal Elections
are held; and
WHEREAS, the Mayor-Commissioner shall issue this proclamation
signed by her and attested by the City Clerk, ordering said general
election; and
WHEREAS, the City Manager shall issue notice of said general
'election at least ten (10) days prior to the election date.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the following Election
Proclamation be issued:
PROCLAMATION
IT IS HEREBY announced and proclaimed that the Regular Gen-
eral Election in the City of Kissimmee, Florida will be held during the
legal hours of voting on the 7th day of November, 2006. All voting
precinct locations within the City of Kissimmee City Limits as estab-
lished by the Office of the Supervisor of Elections will be utilized for the
purpose of electing Commissioners for Commission Seat # 2, and
Mayor-Commission Seat #5 if necessary. In the event that a particular
race is not decided by a-candidate receiving a majority of the votes
cast for that office, a run-off election for that race will be held on
Tuesday, December 12th, 2006.
The Commission shall make the necessary appointments to con-
duct said election and make due returns thereof as provided by law.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Manager gives notice
of this Resolution and Election Proclamation as provided by law and
to publish the same in a newspaper of general circulation in the City
of Kissimmee, Florida, at least ten (10) days prior to the date of said
election.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the form of official ballot to be
used in said election shall be substantially as follows:
OFFICIAL BALLOT
GENERAL ELECTION CITY OF KISSIMMEE
NOVEMBER 7th, 2006
CITY COMMISSIONER, SEAT # 2 FORA FOUR YEAR TERM:
(VOTE FOR ONE)
Steve A. Burke (o)
John B. Bykowski (o)
Carios Irizarry (o)
MAYOR -COMMISSIONER, SEAT #5 IF NECESSARY
FOR A FOUR YEAR TERM:
(VOTE FOR ONE),
John Cortes o)
Sherry Goad o
Thomas J. Hodgson o)
Kenneth C. Maher )
Jorge A. Miranda
James E. Swan
Amanda Trim ,

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Clerk is hereby author-
ized and directed to have the necessary official ballots printed, rent
voting equipment as required and make all such.other arrangements
and do all other things as may be necessary for conducting said elec-
tion according to law.
PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED at a regular meeting of the City of
Kissimmee Commission on the 1st day of August, 2006.
CITY OF KISSIMMEE
By: /s/Linda Goodwin-Nichols
LINDA GOODWIN-NICHOLS
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER
ATTEST:
/s/Linda P Jaworski
LINDA P. JAWORSKI
CITY CLERK
"" Please see Resolution # 23-2006, Resolution # 30-2006, and
Resolution 34-2006 for withdrawal of Candidates for Seat # 2 and
Seat # 5."
October 21, 28, 2006

NOTIFICATION DE ADOPTION
RESOLUCI6N NO. 18-2006
RESOLUCI6N EN RESPALDO DE LA PROCLA-
MACI6N DE ELECCI6N Y DESIGNACI6N DE NOM-
BRES DE LOS CANDIDATES QUE COMPARECERAN
EN BALOTA.
VISTO QUE, el articulo III, capitulo 1, secci6n 1 de la cedula de la
Ciudad de Kissimmee prove la fecha en que las elecciones munici-
pales generates se sosfienen; y
VISTO Q UE, I Alal f-C.-,nran.:. C pubDI;,a 3 e;[i pr. :lIr ',a .:...r r.-
mada por l 1y at.;i.,_uaj .,, la CIrc. u M ,uipail: i -e ia c.ud.I I a.-:n
elecci6n general se ordena; y
VISTO QUE, el Administrador de la ciudad publicard el aviso de la
elecci6n general por to menos diez (10) dies antes de la fecha de
dicha elecci6n.
AHORA, POR LO TANTO, SEA RESUELTO que la proclamaci6n
siguiente de elecci6n sea publicada:
PROCLAMACI6N
POR ESTE MEDIO se anuncia y se proclama que la elecci6n gen-
eral regular en la ciudad de Kissimmee, Florida serd celebrada
durante las horas legales de votaci6n el 7de Noviembre del 2006.
Todas las localizaciones de votaci6n del distrito dentro de los Imites
de la ciudad de Kissimmee segin to establecido por la oficina de la
Supervisor de Elecciones serdn utilizadas con el fin de elegir comi-
sionados Para La Silla #2, y Para La Silla #5 De Alcalde-Comisario, si
es necesario. En caso que una competencia particular no sea deci-
dida por un candidate que reciba una mayorfa de los votos; una elec-
ci6n de desempate para eata competencla serd determlnada el
Martes, 12 de Dicilembre del 2006.
La Comisi6n concertard la asignacion necesarias para conducir
dicha elecci6n y tomara las medidas necesarias y en la manera pre-
vista por la ley.
ADICIONALMENTE RESUELTO, que el Administrador de la ciu-
dad da la nbtificacion de esta resoluci6n y proclamaci6n de la elecci6n
en la manera prevista por la ley y public la misma en un periddico de
la circulaci6n general en la ciudad de Kissimmee, Florida, por to
menos diez (10) dias antes de la fecha de dicha elecci6n.
ADICIONALMENTE RESUELTO, que el formulario de balota official
que se utilizard en dicha elecci6n sea substancialmente como sigue:
BALOTA OFFICIAL
ELECTION GENERAL CIUDAD DE KISSIMMEE
NOVIEMBRE 7 del 2006
,'_ ,,,; *,-,,: ,5 LICU' ,L '.=iLLA N AR"Li rEl T r.iriO OE Cu"
i,.',TE F -Ir UtiC.i

John B. Bykowski (o)
Carlos Irizarry (o)
Alcalde-Comisario, SILLA #5 SI ES NECESARIO, PARA UN TER-
MINO DE CUATRO ANOS:
(VOTE PARA UNO)
John Cortes (o)
Sherry Goad (o)
Thomas J. Hodgson
Kenneth C.,Maher (o)
Jorge A. Miranda (o)
James E. Swan (o)
Amanda Trim (o)

ADICIONALMENTE RESUELTO, que la Clerica Municipal de la
ciudad se autoriza y se ordena por este medio para tener las balotas
'oficiales necesarias imprimidas, para alquilar el equipo de votaci6n
segiin 10 requerido y para tomar el resto de las medidas necesarias
para conducir dicha elecci6n segun la ley.
PASADO Y DEBIDO ADOPTADO en una reunion regular de la ciu-
dad de la Comisi6n de Kissimmee el 1 de Agosto del 2006.
CIUDAD DE KISSIMMEE
1s/ Linda Goodwin-Nichols
Linda Goodwin-Nichols
ALCALDE-COMISARIO
ATESTIGUAR:
/s/ Linda P Jaworski
Linda P. Jaworski
CLERICA DE LA CIUDAD
"- Vea Resolucion # 23-2006, Resolucion # 30-2006, y Resolucion #
34-2006 Para el Retire de candidates a la silla # 2 y a la silla # 5."
October 21, 28, 2006


NOTICE OF ADOPTION
RESOLUTION NO. 20-2006
RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF ELECTION PROCLAMA-
TION AND DESIGNATION OF CANDIDATES NAME TO
APPEAR ON BALLOT.
WHEREAS, Article III, Chapter 1, Section 1 of the Charter of the
City of Kissimmee provides for the date General Municipal Elections
are held; and
WHEREAS, the Mayor-Commissioner shall Issue this proclamation
signed by her and attested by the City Clerk, ordering said general
election; and
WHEREAS, the City Manager shall issue notice of said general
election at least ten (10) days prior to the election date.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the following Election
Proclamation be issued:
PROCLAMATION
IT IS HEREBY announced and proclaimed that the Regular Gen-
eral Election in the City of Kissimmee, Florida will be held during the
legal hours of voting on the 7th day of November, 2006. All voting
precinct locations within the City of Kissimmee City Limits as estab-
lished by the Office of the Supervisor of Elections will be utilized for the
purpose of electing Commissioners for Commission Seat #4. In the
event that a particular race is not decided by a candidate receiving a
majority of the votes cast for that office, a run-off election for that
race will be held on Tuesday, December 12th, 2006.
The Commission shall make the necessary appointments to con-
duct said election and make due returns thereof as provided by law.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Manager gives notice
of this Resolution and Election Proclamation as provided by law and
to publish the same'in a newspaper of general circulation in the City
of Kissimmee, Florida, at least ten (10) days prior to the date of said
election.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the form of official ballot to be
used in said election shall be substantially as follows:
OFFICIAL BALLOT
GENERAL ELECTION CITY OF KISSIMMEE
NOVEMBER 7th, 2006
CITY COMMISSIONER, SEAT # 4 FOR A FOUR YEAR TERM:
(VOTE FOR ONE)
Cheryl L. Grieb (o)
Jaime R. Matos (o)
Art E. Otero (o)
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Clerk is hereby author-
ized and directed to have the necessary official ballots printed, rent
voting equipment as required and make all such other arrangements
and do all other things as may be necessary for conducting said elec-
tion according to law.
PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED at a regular meeting of the City of
Kissimmee Commission on the 1st day of August, 2006.
CITY OF KISSIMMEE
By: /s/Linda Goodwin-Nichols
Linda Goodwin-Nichols
Mayor-Commissioner
ATTEST:
/s/ Linda P Jaworski
Linda P. Jaworski
City Clerk
October 21, 28, 2006


NOTIFICACION DE ADOPCION
RESOLUCION NO. 20-2006
RESOLUCI6N EN RESPALDO DE LA PROCLAMACI6N
DE ELECCI6N Y DESIGNACI6N DE NOMBRES DE LOS
CANDIDATES QUE COMPARECERAN EN BALOTA.
VISTO QUE, el artfculo Ill, capftulo 1, secci6n 1 de la cedula de la
Ciudad de Kissimmee prove la fecha en que las elecciones munici-
pales generates se sostienen; y
VISTO QUE, el Alcalde-Comisario publicard esta proclamaci6n fir-
mada por 61 y atestiguada por la Clerica Municipal de la ciudad, dicha
elecci6n general se ordena; y
VISTO QUE, el Administrador de la ciudad publicard el aviso de la
elecci6n general por lo menos diez (10) dias antes de la fecha de
dicha elecci6n.
AHORA, POR LO TANTO, SEA RESUELTO que la proclamaci6n
siguiente de elecci6n sea publicada:
PROCLAMACI6N
POR ESTE MEDIO se anuncia y se proclama que la eleccl6n gen-
eral regular en la ciudad de Kissimmee, Florida seri celebrada
durante las horas legales de votaci6n el 7 de Noviembre del 2006.
Todas las localizaciones de votaci6n del distrito dentro de los Ilmites
de la ciudad de Kissimmee segOn lo establecido por la oficina de la
Supervisor de Elecciones seran utilizadas con el fin de elegir a comi-
sionados Para La Silla # 4. En caso que una competencia particular


no sea decidida por un candidate que reciba una mayorfa de los
votos, una eleccldn de desempate para esta competencla serd
determinada el Mattes, 12 de Diclembre del 2006.
La Comisi6n concertard la asignacion necesarias para conducir
dicha elecci6n y tomara las medidas necesarias y en la manera pre-
vista per la ley.
ADICIONALMENTE RESUELTO, que el Administrador de la ciu-
dad da la notification de esta resoluci6n y proclamecid6n de la alecci6n
en la manera prevista por la ley y public la misma en un periddico de
la circulaci6n general en la ciudad de Kissimmee, Florida, por to
menos diez (10) dias antes de la fecha de dicha elecci6n.
ADICIONALMENTE RESUELTO, que el formulario de balota official
que se utilizard en dicha eleci6n sea substancialmente como sigue:
BALOTA OFFICIAL
ELECTION GENERAL CIUDAD DE KISSIMMEE
NOVIEMBRE 7 del 2006
Comisado de la CIUDAD, SILLA #4 PARA Un TERMINO de CUA-
TROANOS:
(VOTE PARA UNO)
Cheryl L Grieb (o)
Jaime R. Matos (o)
Art E Otero (o)


ADICIONALMENTE RESUELTO, que la Clerica Municipal de la
ciudad se autoriza y se ordena por este medio para tener las balotas
oficiales necesarias imprimidas, para alquilar el equipo de votaci6n
segun to requerido y para tomar el rest de las medidas necesarias
para conducir dicha elecci6n segun la ley.
PASADO Y DEBIDO ADOPTADO en una reuni6n regular de la ciu-
dad de la Comisi6n.de Kissimmee en 1st dia de Agosto del 2006.
CIUDAD DE. KISSIMMEE
Is/ Linda Goodwin-Nichols
Linda Goodwin-Nichols
Alcalde-Comisario
ATESTIGUAR:
Is/ Linda P Jaworski
Linda P. Jaworski
CLERICA DE LA CIUDAD
October 21, 28, 2006



NOTICE OF ADOPTION
RESOLUTION NO. 23-2006
A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE WITHDRAWAL OF
THOMAS HODGSON'AS A CANDIDATE FOR SEAT NO.
5; AND REMOVING SAID NAME FROM THE BALLOT.
WHEREAS, the City of Kissimmee General Election will be held on
November 7th, 2006, and
WHEREAS, the qualifying period was held July 17th through July
21st, 2006, and
WHEREAS, Thomas Hodgson properly qualified for said election
and the City Commission adopted Resolution #18-2006 with the direc-
tion to place said name on the Official Ballot, and
WHEREAS, Thomas Hodgson on August 15th, 2006, submitted his
official withdrawal as Candidate for Seat No. 5, to Donna Bryant,
Supervisor of Elections; Osceola County, Florida, and
WHEREAS, Kissimmee Charter, Section.2-2-8 provides the City
Commission, Judge of the Election, and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the City Commission
of the City of Kissimmee hereby accepts the withdrawal of "Thomas
.Hodgson" and directs Donna Bryant, Supervisor of Elections to
remove from the Ballot in accordance with City Charter, the name
"Thomas Hodgson". I
This Resolution will take effect immediately upon its adoption.
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 29th DAY OF August 2006, at a
Regular Session of the City Commission.
CITY OF KISSIMMEE
Is/MLinda Goodwin-Nichols
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER
ATTEST:
/s/Linda P Jaworski
CITY CLERK
October 21, 28, 2006

NOTIFICACION DE ADOPTION
RESQLUCI6N NO. 23-2006
UNA RESOLUTION QUE ACEPTA El RETIRO DE
THOMAS HODGSON COMO CANDIDATE AL SILLA NO.
5: Y ELIMINANDO.EL DICHO NOMBRE DE LA BALOTA.
Vi. TO OuE L3a l-c r.;:r, r. Q ir.- 1 a i .T.,rr, .e ra .:, ir,.a ..I
7 JAir to. ,mt.r,c 1 -'0 y
VISTO QUE, el perfodo de calificaci6n fue Ilevado a cabo Julio 17
del 2006 y
UI TO I.lIE T or,,:,,TS-l H,,3.y.] .;uallr. ih e.a l :, lirr.l~'nilc p ara il
d& .ha. le.:l.r. I r C m.rT,, a .r i i iu- .a3 a -pl Ila Re.:o ulc :., a 1i8-
21r.1o c:.:.n 1 i 're ,, r. -.l p.:r-ner .i .:r, n .:.n'm ore rr, i I ,al.1,1 r-,,- r l. )
.VISTO QUE, Thomas Hodgson someti6 su retire official como can-
didato para el Silla No. 5, a Donna Bryant, supervisors de elecciones;
Condadb de Osceola, Florida, el 15 de Agosto del 2006; y
VISTO QUE, la cedula de la Ciudad de Kissimmee, Secci6n 2-2-8
proporciona la Comisi6n de la ciudad, como juez de la elecci6n, y
AHORA, POR LO TANTO, SEA RESUELTO, por la Comisi6n de la
Ciudad de Kissimmee aceptar por este medio el retire de "Thomas
Hodgson" y ordena a Donna Bryant, supervispra de elecciones elimi-
nar de la balota de acuerdo con la cedula de la ciudad, a "Thomas
Hodgson".
Esta resoluci6n tomard efecto inmediatamente sobre su adopci6n.
PASADO Y DEBIDO ADOPTADO el 29 de Agosto del 2006, en una


sesi6n regular de la Comisi6n de la ciudad. \
CIUDAD DE KISSIMMEE
Is de Linda Goodwin-Nichols
ALCALDE-COMISARIO
ATESTIGUAR:
/s/Linda P Jaworski
CLERICAL DE LA CIUDAD
October 21, 28, 2006


NOTICE OF ADOPTION
RESOLUTION NO. 30-2006
A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE WITHDRAWAL OF
KENNETH C. MAHER AS A CANDIDATE FOR SEAT NO.
5; AND DECLARING KENNETH C. MAHER NOT QUALI-
FIED TO BE ELECTED TO SEAT 5
WHEREAS, the City of Kissimmee General Election will be held on
November 7th, 2006, and
WHEREAS, the qualifying period was held July 17th through July
21st, 2006, and
WHEREAS, Kenneth C. Maher property qualified for said election
and the City Commission adopted Resolution #18-2006 with the direc-
tion to place said name on the Official Ballot, and
WHEREAS, Kenneth C. Maher on September 27, 2006, submitted
his official withdrawal as Candidate for Seat No. 5, to Donna Bryant,
Supervisor of Elections; Osceola County, Florida, and
WHEREAS, the Supervisor of Elections informed the City Clerk that
the deadline to change the official ballot has passed, and
WHEREAS, Kissimmee Charter, Section 2-2-8 provides the City
Commission, Judge of the Election, and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the City Commission
of the City of Kissimmee hereby accepts the withdrawal of "Kenneth
C. Maher" and declares Kenneth C. Maher unqualified to be elected
to Seat 5 and directs Donna Bryant, Supervisor of Elections to post at
all polling places notice that Kenneth C. Maher has withdrawn his can-
didacy and is not eligible to be elected for, Seat 5.
This Resolution will take effect immediately upon its adoption.
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 3rd DAY OF October, 2006, at a
Regular Session of the City Commission.,
CITY OF KISSIMMEE
Is/Linda Goodwin-Nichols
MAYOR-COMMISSIONER
ATTEST:
/s/ULinda P. Jaworski
CITY CLERK
October 21, 28, 2006

NOTIFICACION DE ADOPCION
RESOLUC16N NO. 30-2006
UNA RESOLUCION QUE ACEPTA EL RETIRO DE
KENNETH C. MAHER COMO CANDIDATE AL SILLA NO. .
5; Y ELIMINANDO EL DICHO NOMBRE DE LA BALOTA.
VISTO QUE, La elecci6n general de Kissimmee serd sostenida el
7 de Noviembre del 2006 y
VISTO QUE, el period de calificaci6n "u+ iie.. .oj a .: ,t..:. ,i Juil.
17 del 2006 y ,
VISTO QUE, Kenneth C. Maher cualificado correctamente para la
dicha elecci6n y la Comisi6n de la ciudad adopt la Resoluci6n #18-
2006 con la direcci6n de poner el dicho nombre en la balota official, y
VISTO QUE, Kenneth C. MaFer sometio su retire official como can-
, Jidv l rc P a .a I l la 11 3 Jo ', c .r. B E r, -I 'r J .-,r.. :.., v E I" ,: : r. ;: ;
C.r,.,:.,:, c. i ci .:.i,I F r .i i 3. .: .1- I :- jr
VITC' QjE la c1 ,3ul *1, lj ,: ,,I .C 3 .e Kli:nrr.,n,-' ;<.:,.:,,, -':
pruoLrc'..na l, C',:,'T ,:r.r .3 la .ua : '.cr .,U e | 1A elac, I .: ', ,
AHORA FOR LO TAr TCO SEA FEifuELTC p..r i~ C.:.,,.:..-, ae la
c ,luAl.a, *,3 KA ,Te, ae .:.ipla:. p.':.r .i,- m." 3,.:. .1i .lr,. ,- K nrr.:.ir, C.
St.lar,, r y .:.r'dr.n a D.,r..a br,ni .up.r.. ,..ra, .3 El ..:.:,r'. i .- m IT,,,.,r
de 10 D aI : I' i a 35 .:u, .' ro c ,.:.' l .1 : ,., ,Jl a i.3 .: u ,'115 j a, K r,-,..-ir. C,.
Maher".
Ez.va r..:Olu.:lc.r. I:.mar a -I,.-"IC.lr. ,,',ITi,3'l ,I.r.- .:t". u .:,i::'.r,
PASADO DEBICEO AI -I'PTADC1 : 0'. ,ae O.-iut.re ,el ,i :, e,-,
ur.a d *.' 'r. re.3ular 3e la C.:.l:,.1,r an la : uc-ij
C IULILD FDE IE .t:.IM-EE
O, ? Lr-a u1-0trrl nl,:rC.l
ETIGUR: ALCALDE-COMISARIO
ATESTIGUAR:
".;r'd..i i J'n rk; ".
CLERIC A EDE LA CIUoAD
O 2: 1:. r'A5, 2 2, ', ,


NOTICE OF ADOPTION
RESOLUTION NO. 34-2006
A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE WITHDRAWAL OF
STEVE A. BURKE AS A CANDIDATE FOR SEAT NO. 2;
AND DECLARING STEVE A. BURKE NOT QUALIFIED
TO BE ELECTED TO SEAT 2
: W HEREAS ir,. C r,, .:I Ki:,i'-rr,.m l,. -i.r ial El-:i..:.r, ill ,v r,.-i :,on
'NovAeTOer -ir, -00='. ,rd
WHEREAS. trAe qualr.ni period was held July 17th through July
21l.T ,006 and
WH IEREAS i."- -A ,Bu .- .. ,',p rl, ual..lVd l,:,r "i...i -l,:,l:.r, -.r3
Ir, C.rv C. n',mm is.:.r ..,3.:.pi. Rc -:.lul..r, c. al .-i" ..' ^ ,..,ir, if,.- rec i].'.r
r. plaC ad ;, .AT0 ,.r. Ir,- Ort..:,a Bill':.r -r,.
WHEREk S ; 5 "A Burs.:.-, c Oc t.er 1F- a'nu, d...-,n r,- .:.t..
-.a '.t.'jra :al a" C ,,a .:aI:s h.' i iea I r. I:. ,:, L,-'a) Ja ..,k, k .",
Clerk; Kissimmee, Florida, and


WHEREAS, the City Clerk forwarded the withdraw to the Supervi-
sor of Elections of Osceola County, Florida, and
WHEREAS, the Supervisor of Elections has Informed the City Clerk
that the deadline to change the official ballot has passed, and
WHEREAS, Kissimmee Charter, Section 2-2-8 provides the City
Commission, Judge of the Election, and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the City Commission
So f Kissimmee hereby accepts the withdrawal of "Steve A.
Burke" and declares Steve A. Burke unqualified to be elected to Seat
2 and directs Donna Bryant, Supervisor of Elections to post at all
polling places notice that Steve A. Burke has withdrawn his candidacy
and is not eligible to be elected for Seat 2.
This Resolution will take effect immediately upon its adoption.
PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 17th DAY OF October, 2006, at a
Regular Session of the City Commission.
CITY OF KISSIMMEE
/s/ Wendell McKinnon
VICE-MAYOR/COMMISSIONER
ATTEST:
/s Linda P Jaworski
CITY CLERK
October 21, 28, 2006

AVISO DE LA ADOPCI6N
RESOLUCI6N NO. 34-2006
UNA RESOLUCI6N QUE ACEPTA EL RETIRO DE STEVE
A. BURKE COMO CANDIDATE A LA SILLA NO. 2; Y
DECLARANDO A STEVE A. BURKE NO CUALIFICADO
PARA SER ELEGIDO A LA SILLA NO. 2
VISTO QUE, la elecci6n general de Kissimmee sera sostenida
noviembre 7'del 2006, y
VISTO QUE, el period de calificaci6n fue Ilevado a cabo de Julio
17 a Julio 21 del 2006, y
VISTO QUE, SteveA. Burke cualificado correctamente para las elec-
ci6n dicha y la.Comisi6n de la ciudad adopt la Resolucion #18-2006
con la direcci6n de poner el dicho nombre en la balota official, y
VISTO QUE, Steve A. Burke, someti6 su retiro official como can-
didato pare La Silla No. 2, a Linda Jaworski, Clerica de la ciudad de
Kissimmee, Florida, el 17 de Octubre del 2006, y
VISTO QUE, La Clerica'de la ciudad transmiti6 el retire a la Super-
-visora de Elecciones del condado de Osceola, Florida, y
VISTO QUE, la Supervisora de Elecciones ha informado a la Cleri-
ca de la ciudad que el plazo para cambial la balota official ha pasado,
y
VISTO QUE, la cedula de Kissimmee, Secci6n 2-2-8 proporciona la
Comisi6n de la ciudad, como juez de la election, y
AHORA, POR LO TANTO, SEA RESUELTO, por la Comisi6n de las
Ciudad de Kissimmee acepta por este medic el retire de "Steve A.
Burke" y declare a Steve A. Burke no cualificado para ser elegido a la
Silla 2 y dirige a Donna Bryant, Supervisora de Elecciones post el
aviso que Steve A. Burke ha retirado su candidature y no es eligible
para ser elegido para La Silla 2.
Esta Resoluci6n tomard efecto inmediatamente sobre su adopci6n.
PASADO Y ADOPTADO ESTE 17mo Dia de Octubre del 2006, en
una sesi6n regular de la Comisi6n de la ciudad.
CIUDAD DE KISSIMMEE
I/sWendell McKinnon
Vice-Alcalde/Comisadio
ATESTIGUAR:
/s/Linda P Jaworski *
CLERICA DE LA CIUDAD
October 21, 28, 2006


NOTICE OF MEETINGS
PORTOFINO VISTA
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
The Board of :suprc uor or the Portofino Vista Community
Development Distmn will nola their regularly scheduled public meet-
ings for Fiscal Year 2007 at 3:00 PM at the Portofino Vista Sales
Office, 3400 Canoe Creek Road, St Cloud, FL 34772 on the third
Wednesday of each month as follows:
November 15, 2006
December 20, 2006
January 17,2007
February 21, 2007
f.lr.a:r -I 200,
r.Cay r,, 1-,C0
June 20, 2007
July 18, 2007
August.15, 2007
pliemTEb r 19 .00-
Tr.-c rcel-,ri are op-nr, r the r,puui,. an. .r.aybe C r,.,u.ea o a
i.T aSle and pa,: .*:erain ,up..rvi,,)r may anrenO mie TCterg by
-i.p.:.r--, a i -, rg a.. [r.~e r, a qucrum 'preerni a i me mrri- i',. place
Any person requiring special accommodations at this meeting
because of a disability or physicaltimpairment should contact the Dis-
trict Office at (954) 721-8681 at least five calendar days prior to the
meeting.
Each person who decides to appeal any.action taken at these meet-
ings is advised that person will need a record of the proceedings and
that accordingly, the person may need to ensure that a verbatim
record cr it.e pr:.:xea.nrs ., rr ae. including the testimony and evi-
dence upon wnicn sucn appeal is to be based.
RICH HANS,
Manager
October 28, 2006 .














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Commercial Refrigeration
Light Industrial.
Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, Heating
Service & Installation
Lic.#CAC058173
407-344-2127
321-231-4608


420-Concrete

ANDY KOSINSKI, INC.
Concrete Contractor
Residential Commercial
Call 407-346-1163
DOUBLE D CONCRETE
Over 25 years experience
FREE Estimates
Cut Costs, Not Quality!
407-432-7142
Every Job A "Work Of Heart"
KAREN'S CONCRETE
Sidewalks Driveways
Patios Etc.
Excellent Workmanship
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
S 445-Irrigation

SPARKLING JAK'S IRRIGATION
Residential & Commercial
Since 1982
Specializing In:
Repairs Revamps Timers.
Installs Lightning Damage
Locate Valves RainSensors
"Good Old Fashioned
S Reliable Seroice"
*Licensed *-Insured
(407) 433-3233
(407) 433-3234
475-Painting

BEELINE PAINTING PLUS, LLC
Commercial Residential
Interior Exterior
Paint Stain Wall
Ceiling Texture
Home Care Services Available
(407) 928-5404
Licensed Insured


E & D PAINTING, INC.
Since 1986
Licensed Insured
Painting & Pressure Washing
Interior Exterior
Residential Only Quality Work


(407) 870-8749
MEYER PAINTINGS
Does It All!!!
Commercial Residential
Interior -'Exterior
Custom Re-paints
Faux Finishes & More!!H
Fast, Free Estimates!!
(407) 343-7548
5.0-..u, (407,)n709-51,78s , c .

| 500-Musical Instruction J


GUITAR LESSONS By a seasoned pro-
fessional. In your home or my studio. Ma-
terials provided. 407-334-7287.


410-Dirt Services

FILL DIRT AVAILABLE.
$100.00 A Load Delivered To St. Cloud
'And $120.00 To Kissimmee. Grading
SAvailable. (407) 738-8899.


South East

Aluminum

Screen Rooms Rescreening

Storm Panels Accordion Shutters

Vinyl & Glass Windows

ur Quality Shines Throughns
Our Quality Shines Through!


FRED'S AUCTION
Osceola County's Oldest &
Largest Auction Company

407-892-2838
CALL TODAY
AB892 AU2108
Owner Fred Irving Jr. 1
10% Buyers Premium


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

SERVICES: i
Portable Storage 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 Instructi
Educational Ser
Secretarial Serv
Care For The El
Catering Service
Business Oppor
Investment Oppc
Businesses For
ITEMS FOR
Garage Sales K
Garage Sales S
Garage Sale Orl
Merchandise Wa
Medical Equipm
Auctions
Bicycles
Clothing
Exercise Equipm
Business Merch
Jewelry
For Sale/Genera
Utility Trailers
Antiques/Collect
Hay
Appliances
PminPqr.


CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:
Osceola Shopper & Thursday News-Gazette MONDAY 11 AM
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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
ices 510 Restaurant Lounge 720 Warehouses 1095
derly 515 Clerical 725 Pasture Stable 1100
es 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
issimmee 540 Nail Tech 765 Townhouses 1145
t. Cloud 545 Maintenance 770 Apartments 1150
ando 547 Crafts, Trades & Skills 775 Condos 1155
anted 550 Industrial 777 Villas 1160
ant 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 5 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
tibles 600 Warehouse 825 Lots/Acreage 1210
605 Babysitter Wanted 830 Cemetery 1215
610 Position Wanted 835 RV Lots 1220
6 1 Warehouses 1225


nliumtII I [-tll lo uib
Air Conditioners/Heat Pumps .......................620
Furnishings 625
Firewood 630
Lawn & Garden Supplies 635
Building Supplies 640
Produpe 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 A.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


370-Lawn Maintenance

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.
'ELLIOT'S LANDSCAPING
-Free Estimates, Complete Landscaping.
Call for more information, 321 -6- .000i .
MANNY'S
LANDSCAPING & FENCING
All Types Of Fencing
Complete Yard Maintenance
Bobcat & Backhoe Service
Licensed & Insured
Free Estimates
(407) 908-4392
TOM LEWIS LAWN SERVICE
Reliable Affordable
Licensed Insured
Commercial/Residential
Free Estimates
407-346-6933 or
tllawnservice@netzero.net
375-Landscape
Contractor

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

395-Tree Service


KELLY OUTDOOR
TRIMMING REMOVAL
STUMP GRINDING
"SERVING OSCEOLA COUNTY
SINCE 1987"
FREE ESTIMATES
LICENSED, INSURED
(407) 396-6729
A-1 PAUL tNOLZ TREE SERVICE
*Trimming -Removing
-Stump Grinding
(407) 957-7943
J.D.'S TREE Service. Free Estimates.
28/years experience. Topping, Trimming,
Tree Removal. 957-4012.


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Saturday, October 28, 2006, 'NEWS-GAZETTE, Page D5


525-Business
Opportunity

A CASH COW!
90 VENDING MACHINE
UNITS/YOU OK LOCATIONS
ENTIRE BUSINESS $10,970
HURRY! 800-836-3464 #B02428

WORK ONLINE AT HOME
23 people needed immediately. Earn a
part or full time income.
Apply FREE online
and get started!
800-807-5176 www.wahusa.com
Enter Ad Code 1819

535-Businesses For Sale

!FULLY EQUIPPED 3/chair hair salon. Ex-
cellent Kissimmee location. Rent
$267.50/mo. Price negotiable. 407-963-
9015.
RESTAURANT BUSINESS ONLY,
Kissimmee. Men's Clothing Store. Turn
Key Operation. Owner Will Negotiate.
Anthony Arone Realtor, (407) 79.1-6061

540-Garage Sales
Kissimmee

COMMUNITY YARD SALE! Saturday,
10/28. Eagle Trace from John Young Park-
way. 2 miles south on Pleasant Hill Road.
GARAGE SALE. 10/27,10/28, 8AM-4PM.
Lots of Christmas things, misc. glassware
;& some furniture. 1 S. Flag Ct., Poinciana.

GARAGE SALE. Saturday, 10/28, 8AM-
12PM. Very Nice Womens Plus Size
Clothing, Boys Clothing Home Decor &
Morel!! 1358 Rocky Road Behind Pebble
Creek Apartments Off Michigan Ave.

HERE WE GO AGAIN!!!
LARGE ESTATE SALE!
COME BY, SAY HI and BUY, BUY, BUY!
'We are emptying out the attic!
*,Antique Furniture, Dining Room Set with
6/Chairs, Buffet Table, 2 Tea Carts. Tin-
ware, Glassware
*Collectible Items
*Over 40 Bradford Exchange Collector
Plates
*Original Unframed Artwork & Prints
TONS of STUFF for CRAFTERS
Faux Finishing, Cross Stitch, Stamping,
Halloween/Thanksgiving/Christmas
Decor, Gifts, Crafts,
ARTIST SUPPLIES
Brushes, $1.00 each and up. ALL types of
Painting Surfaces, Patterns, Pattern
Books, Artist Books
:NEW UNUSED ARTS & CRAFTS PAINT
for Acrylics, Oils, Watercolors, Fabric,
Wood, Plastic, Metal & China.
HOME IMPROVEMENT SUPPLIES-
NEW RBI Hawk 26" Professional Scroll
Saw, NEVER USED Craftsman 10" Table
Saw, Professional Tile Cutter. '72 Mer-
cedes Benz 280SE 4.5 for Restore or
Parts- AND SO MUCH MORE- AND IT'S
ALL GOT TO GO! FRIDAY THE 27TH
and SATURDAY the 28TH..216 E. Drury
Ave., Kissimmee, FL 9am to 5pm.
PLEASE NO EARLYBIRDS!
HUGE DEMOLITION/MOVING SALE.-
Friday.Saturday. 9AM-4PM. 2220 Boggy
Creek Road, Kissimmee. Toys. Clothing -
Baby, Child ., 4-.jui 'Vintage Citrus Gift
-Shop Items. Gth Frui Shipping, Boxes,
Bags & Deco. Appliances. Office Equip-
ment. Desks. Furniture. Household.
Linens. Lamps. Sewing Machine. Rugs.
Books. Tools. MUCH MORE. Just West of
Boggy Creek & Simpson Road Intersec-
tion.
HUGE GARAGE SALE 1790 Daniels
Street, Campbell City. 1 Mile Past Pleas-
ant Hill Light :ByGasStation. Left On Vin-
tgae To Allen To Daniel. Saturday,
,1i '2- Sun .,ay, 10'2'' Kri -.Gr,'i..n'r.g Fast.
E'. eryinrg .lu [ G,:.,
HUGE SALE! Avon Crafts, Books,
-Records, Household. 1670 School Street,
Intercession City. Friday, 27th., Saturday,
28th.

LARSON STREET. Fr..', &, Silura,,
Be.r,,r, Dri.'er" L.-r,..- On O B T ,.r3T
Tr..nrJ i r.- ai Pr,,:z' 8 ,4.1.
jMULTI-FAMILY SALE. Adriane Park Off
sNeptune Road. Featuring Furniture, An-
Atiques, Collectibles, Tools, Garden & Lawn
'Equipment, Clothes & Toys. Many Other
ltems. Saturday, 10/28. 8AM-2PM.
JTHE OAKS Community Garage Sale.
,Sponsored By the Oaks Neighborhood
*Watch. Off 1'-92 -Arrom From Publix.'
18AM-2PM. ,i,'3v,' 112' No Early
"Birds.
tYARD .-ALE. Friday-10/27, Saturday-
..i0 O e 8am-12/noon. 2330 West Orange
'Blvd., Orange Gardens, Kissimmee. Fur-
rnriure gardening, tools and supplies,
.m .": painting tools, repair.tools, etc.
545-Garage Sales
St. Cloud

rESTATE SALE Fri.10/27, Sat.10/28. 8am-
,4pm. Lake Marion Mobile Home Park, Lot
1, Kenansville. Everything in the house
FRIDAY, 10/27. Saturday, 10/28. 3 Fa-
milies. 4619 Lake Trudy At Pinelake Es-
7tates. 8AM-?
GARAGE SALE Friday, Saturday, Sun-
uda, 9am-??? 5360 Lake Lizzie Dr. behind
"'r.ie on Nova Rd. Leather sofa sleeper,
'i,,e r,w, 2/chairs and ottoman to match,
.,.Ir,-er furniture, tools, toys, electronics,
: ,:.r,:,e- and workout equipment. 407-922-
7100.
WGARAGE SALE. 1014 Connecticut Ave.
Friday-10/27; Saturday-10/28. Household
-goods and misc.
NEIGHBORHOOD
|' YARD SALE *
6Iiur,.ii, 1 4, 8am-2pm.. Lakeshore to
,)Tr, r.l,.: r,,,i_.n to Minnesota. To partici-
Wei : -5. ,e n407-414-7870.


ATTENTION EARN
$7,000 TO $9,000
MONTHLY
Wanted, Medicare Advantage
and HMO Agents
We offer 4 new products with
great benefits such as:

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* $25.00 out-patient surgery
* Highest commission plus renewals
* Commission paid weekly-on submission
* Unlimited prospects
* Seminars, pro-set appointments, TV
leads, Mail-out!

Classes Begin Soon! i
Call 407-870-2066


HUGE GARAGE SALE! 10/26, 10/27,
10/28. 420 Georgia Ave., St.Cloud. Hours:
8am-4pm. Tons plus size men/ladies
clothing- all like new condition, some kids
clothing; lots of odds/ends. Saturday End
of Sale Special: All U can fit in bag $- be-
gins @ 1pm.
KANUGA VILLAGE Community Sale, off
Vermont. Saturday-10/28, Rain Date Sun-
day-10/29.
KANUGA VILLAGE Family Yard Sales.
Crystal & Bramblewood, off Canoe Creek.
Cactus off Missouri, Missouri west of
Bramblewood. Saturday-10/28, 8am-??.
Rain Date Sunday-10/29.
NARCOOSSEE- 1901 Underwood Ave.
Friday-10/27, Saturday-10/28, 8am-3pm.
Aquarium, computer equipment, clothes,
saddle, tools, misc. items.
SATURDAY & Sunday. 7AM-2PM. 4800
Lakeshore Dr., The Manor. Freezer, Table-
saw, Bunkeds, Clothes, Misc., Household.
SAVANNA PARK neighborhood Garage
Sale. Saturday morning-10/28. Enter from
,Orange or Rummell.
VERMONT AVE. Streetwide Sale. Each
stop, different treasures! Saturday-10/28.
Something for everyone!
YARD SALE. 1164 Creek Wood Circle.
Friday-10/27, Saturday-10/28, Sunday-
10/29; 8am-3pm.
YARD SALE. Saturday & Sunday, 1400
Michigan Ave., St.Cloud. L/R sets, DVD's,
sleeping bags, tents & more.
575-Exercise Equip.
FOR SALE: FitnessQuest ECLIPSE
1100HR/A Elliptical Trainer, Never used.
$280. Cash only please. (407) 744-3806.

POWER BOOSTER Exercise gym. Ad-
justable weights up to 200lbs. Like new.
$175 obo. 407-301-2172.
590-For Sale General


ARBORVITAE TREES, $4. Eagle Land-
scape Nursery accepts-, Major -Credit
Cards.. 407-957-5455. Narcoossee area.
Reg.#4722337.
FOR SALE: 10X10X6 chain link dog pen
w/screen top. $200. (407) 744-3806.

HOT TUB/SPA $1995.
LOADED!! 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.
STAINLESS STEEL Sink, $10. Coffee
maker, $5. Breakfast nook light, $5. 407-
414-2183.
WOODEN DINING Room Table With 6
Chairs. $150.00. Black Microwave,
$20.00. 863-258-0750.
1 610-Appliances .
COIN OPERATED Speed Queen com-
mercial washers/dryers. 14 total ma-
chines. $1250. 407-847-6002.
KENMORE WASHER And dryer. Very
good condition. $150 both obo. 407-414-
2183.
WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR Double
door, ice and water in door. Very good
'condition. $125 obo. 407-414-2183.
[ 625-Furnishings I
3/PIECE SECTIONAL sofa bed with re-
cliner, hunter green. $200 O.B.O. 407-
575-6435.


BED $125,.Mattress set, full size, brand
new, still in plastic. 407-287-2619. -
BED $150, Absolute bargain. New queen,
pillow-top mattress set. In plastic. Warran-
ty. 407-287-2619.
BED $160. All brand new queen pillow-
top set in factory plastic with warranty. Can
deliver. Also king, $220. 407-846-8822.
BED 100% All new in plastic, name brand
King pillow-top set. Must move, $220.
407-423-1202.
END TABLE, $25. Chair, $20. (407) 957-
1894. (407) 892-4063.
FOR SALE: Cherry style end tables/cof-
fee table, $100. Oak entertainment, unit,
5'WX2.5'D X 6.5'H, $200. Southwestern
style pattern couch (green, blue, mauve,
gold), $130. Executive desk, $75. Cash
only please. (407) 744-3806.

FURNITURE, SOFABED, $50. Fullsize
desk, $50. 3 piece dinette, $20. (407) 947-
1569.
KINGSIZE MATTRESS & box springs, like
new, pillowtop. Excellent condition. $150.
407-891-1676.
LOVESEAT, grdat condition, $100. Hide-
a-bed, good condition. Not worn or torn,
$75. (407) 957-1894. (407) 892-4063.
MATTRESSES: California King, Pillow-
Top W/Boxsprings $550. Single Pillow
Top W/Boxsprings $100. 407-933-4051.
TAN LEATHER Sectional Couch With
Sleeper And Recliner. Great Condition.
$500.00. 321-624-5113.
700-Help Wanted General
$2900 WEEKLY Guaranteed!!
Addressing letters in your spare time. Free
Postage & Supplies. No Experience Ne-
cessary! Start Immediately! Write A & G
Publications, 2370-G Hillcrest Rd. #147-J,
Mobile, Alabama 36695.
*DRIVERS-DEDICATED RUNS*
lyr OTR CDL Exp
*HOME OFTEN*
NO TOUCH FREIGHT!*
No Hazmat
Call David at:
800-569-9217 ext.6013


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.
CALLING ALL CSR'S-
Day Hours!!!
Respiratory company in St.Cloud has
immediate opportunities for CSR's. Solid
work history a must. Basic computer &
strong communication skills needed.
Hourly wage + $$$ incentives!!. Apply in
person @ 3800 5th St. Fax or email
resumes to:
.Lincare
Attn: HR, Job Code: CSR
Fax: 407-957-1693
Email: KStropke@lincare.com,
EOE, Drug Free Workplace
CAREGIVER NEEDED for elderly lady,
St.Cloud. CNA preferred. (407) 892-3935.
CASTLEROCK PIZZA
Hiring experienced drivers. Please call to
set up an appointment. 407-529-7928.
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

CONSTRUCTION LABORERS Wanted.
No experience necessary. Call 407-891-
6372 or 321-624-3261.
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


DRIVER/PERSONAL ASSISTANT Need-
ed, Professional is looking for dependable
individual to drive and. run errands. 8-5,
20-40/hoirs per week. Vehicle will be pro-
vided during working hours. Must have
valid FL DL. Call 407-902-9319.
DRIVERS Start Immediately. $600-$900
(Or More) Week. Benefits. No Heavy Lift-
ing,' 6/D1ay Week. Home Every Night. A
CDL.
(321i) 288-7373.
EXPERIENCED LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Men Needed. Driver's License Required.
Good Pay And Benefits. (407) 908-6915
or (407) 348-1367.
EXPERIENCED LAWN Maintenance help
needed. Saturday. and Sundays only.
407-957-5062, ask for John.


EXPERIENCED .LICENSED Lawn Spray
Tech Needed. Please call 407-892-7928.
FLA FISH & WILDLIFE. Check station op-
erator needed for weekend work. Sept.
through April at Three Lakes WMA in Ke-
nansville. $6.40/hr. Call 407-436-1818.
GUEST SERVICE Positions. Full and part
time work at a 4 Star resort. Meet interest-
ing'people and earn a good living. We pay
while you train. Please call 321-354-8977
for an interview.
SECURITY OFFICERS/
SUPERVISOR. Poinciana. FT/PT, flex.
Weekly pay, good benefits, up to
$10.50/hr. Must have clean "D" license.
866-407-7252.


IMMEDIATE PART TIME OPENINGS
Up To $500.00 Weekly To Start!
Paid Training
No Experience Necessary
Weekend Availability a Must!
Reliable Transportation Needed
To learn more call now!
407-351-1492
:RGIS Inventory Specialists
An Equal Opportunity Employer
IN JUST 71 DAYS...
SYou can have the. skills
you need to get a jobs a
DENTAL ASSISTANT
10 week courses, Saturday only
Tuition $2495- payment plans
Call Brandye at 407-478-0206
for info. packet and Free CD
Next Class Starts:
January 13th, 2007
Lic. by FL. Comm. of Ind. Ed.
LIGHT CONSTRUCTION/JANITORIAL
\ WORKERS NEEDED.
Be able to perform light construction and
janitorial work.
MUST BE RELIABLE!
Please call Jackie at
407-344-4128
for Phone interview.
MAGICIANS NEEDED. Our sales team
makes at least $10.50 to over $17 per
hour. Excellent location. 407-847-7552.
POSITION AVAILABLE Septic Compa-
ny. CDL Class A Required.
407-847-4960. '
SEEKING LICENSED Real Estate In-
strOctors for real estate school. Fax re-
sume to 888-820-2158.
SKATE REFLECTIONS
Part Time
Snack Bar Floor Guards
Cashier Hostess
1111 Dyer Blvd., Kissimmee'

SUPERVISORS AND Actors needed im-
mediately for year round haunted attrac-
tion. 407-847-7552.
TRUCK DRIVER
Needed For Residential Grading Compa-
ny. Must Have Class A Or Class B Li-
cense. (407) 891-0092.
TUPPERWARE
Earn $20-$30/Hr.
FORE TRHAC.,SH
Or Have A Full Time Career.
Elma Independent Rep
(407) 847-4744
VENDING ROUTE DRIVER
Growing vending company located in
St.Cloud is currently seeking reliable per-
son with good driving record and clean
.background to work fulltime..Mustbe able
to startcall, U, ". ail. 'd .,:'io .5iur.,Ja, :.'r
'Sunday ar,. r,'3. nad .r,' c e r i ,4ic r.eic
at least 3 years. Please call 407-891-
0763. We are accepting applications by
email and Jfax. Please send 'resume to
Vendsta@aol.com or to fax 407-891-1495.
WINDOW COVERINGS Company Now
Hiring Consultants & Installers. Experi-
ence Preferred. Serving S.Orlando & Os-
ceola, County. Call: (407) 343-7705 Or
Send Resume: (407) 343-7709.
WRECKER DRIVER
Needed. CDL Licensed. Clean Driving
Record. Apply At ARC Towing, 7421 W.
192. (407) 396-7076


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Start an Exciting Career in the
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SALES ASSOCIATES *
Experience or will train.
Salary, Benefits, 401K. Apply in Person

800-552-4215

0 0M


HEALTH CARE CENTER
+ R.N. / LPN- PRN (Pool / On Call, all
shifts) Saturday and Sunday, both
days, are required once a month for
this position.
+ DIETARY ASSISTANT Part Time
4:30pm-8:30pm nights and hours will
vary on weekends.

HOME HEALTH
+ R.N. PRN (Pool / On Call, all shifts)
Must have previous Home Health expe-
rience


+ ACTIVITIES ASSISTANT Part
Time 10-12 hours per week


VILLAGE COMMUNITY CENTER
+ DIETARY ASSISTANT (COOK) -
Full Time, 40 hours. Deisre past
experience with cooking, baking,
and banquet preparation. Must have
weekend availability.


ALL positions require the ABILITY to COMMUNICATE effectively with Residents and Co-Workers.
Appictios ccete-oly* n on. Tur. &Fr. .30 ,* anoo & .: 55.00p
150 Ad. :teDrveKssmmeFL344


IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR
LOCAL PETROLEUM HAULERS
$2000 SIGN ON BONUS
* Weekly Pay
* Excellent Benefits
* Vacation Pay
* Safety Bonuses
* Weekly Incentive Pay = $1500
* PM Open Now In Melbourne,
Titusville & Ocoee
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.


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All qualified participants will receive the investigational
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ocrc

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5055 South Orange Avenue
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Osceola County

3 Courthouse Square

Suite 100

Kissimmee, FL 34741

JBV ACANCIES


JOB TITLE


SALARY/HOURLY


Corrections Clerk ...........

Corrections Officer . . . . .

Division Chief (Fire Marshal). .

Ext Agent-Aquatics ....... . .

Lead Teacher .......... . .

Librarian-PT' .......... . . .

Light Equipment Operator . ..

M echanic .................

Planner...................

Scalemaster .......... . . .

Security Officer .............

Senior Biologist. ........ . .

Senior Planner ......... . .

Spray Technician........ . .

Teacher Assistant ....... . .

Warehouse Clerk ........ . .


$27,618.00
$34,234.72

.$49,578.00

. $3W,004.00

.$23,865.00 -

... $15.37

$20,623.00

.$23,865.00

.$37,003.00

. $20,623.00

$27,618.00

$37,004.00

$49,578.00 -

. $20,623.00

.$17,821.00

. $20,623.00


S= Part-Time Position
Phvyciul ,I arni ld'tg l mrrv ay e require I I'.Ic.'FiC: :.IC ,in7:,urid :he ,Is will be conduclel "
Veterans preference ADA-EOE
Osceola Co:iunly Governmenti s committed to providing equal
opportunity in employment arid services, to all individuals


Appiy al www.osceola.org :r
OSCEOLA COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES
3 Courthouse Square, Suite 100
KISSIMMEE, FL 34741


OFFICE: (407) 343-2800


, |


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*PLBX Operator _Food & Beverage Manager'*
* A/C Technician Front Desk Agent
* Security Officer (Class Bartender (PT)
D License Required) Food Court Cook
Night Audit Room Attendant
APPLY IN PERSON: 5678W. IRLO BRONSON HWY., KISSIMMEE
Weekly pay checks. Starl to eam vacation and sick lime immediately! i
Eligible for 6 paid holidays a year.Panr lime positions available.

--NOW HIRING














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WRECKER DRIVERS
Needed for 3rd shift at
Needed at Canoe Creek Citgo
at Florida's Turnpike.
Experience preferred/Will train.
Competitive wages/Benefits.
Clean driving record and ability
to pass background check.
DFWP
Call John 407-892-8081
715-Hotel/Motel

HIRING
Maintenance Supervisor
And
Maintenance Personnel
Housekeepers
SFront Desk
All Shifts
Apply in person:
Quality Inn Heritage Park
407-846-4545
I 720-Restaurant/Lounge

FOOD AND Beverage. Friday, Saturday,
Sunday a must. 7:30am-5:30pm. Experi-
ence preferred. Call Thursday through
Sunday. 407-846-2811.
KISSIMMEE STEAKHOUSE
Now hiring experienced
professionals. Apply after 2pm
on Hwy.192 by Turnpike.
407-847-8050
NOW OPEN!
The Lakeside Inn is looking for an experi-
enced P/T cook and P/T server who is de-
pendable for a fast paced kitchen. Apply in
person:
6264 Irlo Bronson (192, St.Cloud)
or fax 407-892-2719.
TAKING APPLICATIONS For cooks,
servers, cashiers and dishwashers bet-
Ween 2-4pm, Monday through Friday at
Sonny's BBQ 3189 South John Young
Pkwy.
7 725-Clerical

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT IJ eeOe.c
for established business in Osceola
County ror over 20 yeais. Candidate
needs to be a sell mol.valed problem
s. olVeri witn computer skills in public rela-
lion ab;liies Bilingual a piuts but not nec-
b. B g uessary.
Fax resume to 407-931-1186 or
email: leslieamg@nivets.com
CLERICAL POSITION With Osceola
-County ClerK of Court. $11.46/hr. plus
benefits.-Testing -equire, P0s3lcir` open
until filled. Apply Clerk's Peronnel Office,
2 Courthouse Square. Sie.2300. Kissim-
mee, FL.
OFFICE ASSISTANT KENNEL Full
Time. Part Time Including Weekends
Data Entry. Pnones Customer Servic'
(4071 396-6031
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED
Part time for Development Co. to answer
phones, general office
ourles, must Be prolicien i Criniig letters
and filing. WordExcel and pe able to
mull-lask
Fax resumes to
407-396-0085 or e-mail to
kdmascol@yahoo.com.
Great pay ana benelwis
Friendly workplace DFWP EOC
730-Accounting
Bookkeeping

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Needed immediately. Full time, Holopaw.
Must be proficient in QuickBooks, Microsoft,
Word & Excel knowledge. Position will han-
die A/P, A/R, bank reconciliations & general
office duties. Benefits & opportunity for
growth. Pay depending on qualifications.
Email: shaw2901 @bellsouth.net


THE STATE Attorney Ninth Judicial Circuit
Court is seeking individual to work in fast
paced environment. Graduate from an ac-
credited 4 year college or university with a
degree in accounting required. Must have'
10 years of experience in staff or adminis-
trative work with governmental accounting
experience required, 5 years of which
must have been in a management or su-
pervisory position. The salary is
$44,480.84 and will be reconsidered after
.1 year on the job.
Please submit a State of Florida applica-
tion to attention:
HR
415 N. Orange Ave.
P.O. Box 1673
Orlando, FL 32802
The State Attorney Ninth Judicial Circuit
Court does not employ individuals whp
have used tobacco products in the last 12
months.

I 735-Educational I
PART/FULL TIME Teacher. Experience
Necessary. CDA Preferred. Please Call:
(407) 892-5437 For Interview.
TEACHER / TUTORS/
PART TIME
Certified. $18-$22 Per Hour. All Subjects.
K-8. Federally Funded Tutoring Program.
Bilingual A Plus. (877) 832-6342.
TEACHER'S AIDE needed for Pre-K3
program, part time, 9AM-1PM, M-F, 18
years of age, will need to enroll in mandat-
ed childcare training, CPR and first aid.
Experience preferred. Contact Grace
Lutheran School at: (407) 892-981.4.
740-Security |

LICENSED "D" Security Officers Needed.
Full Benefits Available. Full & Part Time
Available. Call For Interview.. (407) 932-
3330.
NATIONWIDE SECURITY Company
searching for Officers with Career Devel-
opment P.oten'ii Corrp-er,.ai;or, bene.
fits available. 40' -4.;28.
SECURAMERICA SEEKING
F T And P'T
D Licensed Officers In Poinciarna Kis-
simmee At $8.7.. $.;5 Hour W Bene-.
fits. Free Gift CeniricaV W VHiring
(407) 856-2969 ,..
I 755-Sales I

SALES
Books Are Fun,
A Reader's Digest Co.,
Is looking -..r ar, .rjdeperndern c'oniracior 10
sell High Oualy b ,aks .31j c.junr prices
in Preschools and Day Care Centers. Can
you work on your owr" Do you *ant a.n in-
come tied directly to your erionsr We iI,
help get you started with training! For de-
tails visit:
www.booksarefunltd.com
Enter Req #2403
Call: 800-966-8301 ext. 3753
Fax: 888-238-7452

760-Beautician
Cosmetology

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

SNEW STAFFING NEEDEbI
Hairstylist, Pedicurist. Salary, commission,
booth rental. FT/PT. Call after 10am. 407-
870-9099.


STYLISTS NEEDED. Hair Mania,
St.Cloud. Paid commission. Privately
owned. Call Melody 407-791-8712.
| 770-Maintenance

FULL TIME Maintenance needed. Experi-
ence required. Apply within:
Bellavista
425 Fountainhead Circle
Ste. 105, Kissimmee
407-932-0660 EOE


IRRIGATION ASSISTANT Supervisor &
Techs with experience and good driving
record. Fax resume: 407-935-1577 or call:
407-935-1545.*
MAINTENANCE POSITION FT with ben-
efits. Must have a valid Fl Drivers License.
"Apply in person" at 1099 Shady Lane,
Kissimmee, FL. 34744.
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
JOB DESCRIPTION:
CARGILL ANIMAL NUTRITION
Is in need of an independent self-starter to
maintain, troubleshoot and repair mechan-
ical, pneumatic, PLC, steam and con-
veyance systems in a feed manufacturing
facility. Also needs to communicate'effec-
tively with team members and assist in
plant production as needed. Boiler main-
tenance, cutting, welding and electrical ex-
perience is preferred. Cargill desires 5 or
more years- of work experience in main-
tenance role. This is a Third/Second shift
position with overtime and Saturdays as
needed. Salary will be based on experi-
ence and knowledge with a starting pay of
at least $18/Hour. Full benefit package of-
fered. Cargill is an equal opportunity em-(
ployer; pre-employment drug screening
arid physical is required. Applications will
be accepted at this address:
Cargill Animal Nutrition
1845 Ave. A
Kissimmee, FL 34758
Attention: Roger Atkins

MAINTENANCE- Resort now hiring ex-
perienced assistant chief maintenance en-
gineer. Salary based on experience and
qualiticatiors. Excellent brereliis package.
Apply ir, person Tuesday-Salurday
7 30am-4pm. 3045 Polynesian Isles Blvd '
Kissimmee
775-Crafts, Trades
& Skills

FRAGILE FLOWERS
NEED TOUGH DRIVERS!
See whale ARMELLINI has 10 offer'
"Team or solo wanting to Team"
Class A CDL with HazMal req
800-428-0343
choose option 2 Miami
or visit WWW armellini corn
HANDYMAN/CARPENTERS Full lime
wilh reliable transponallon. Hourly wage
depending or experience. Drywall. pamnl
ing ile a plus Call 407-932-2291. Call.
backs made in ie evening
HELP WANTED Experienced cabinet
makers and laminaiors needed Musi
have transportation 407-908-1416
HELP WANTED. Experience Ro.-oerz
Gooa pay Experience in tile a plus1 407-
891-7080
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS:
Welder. CNC Press brake siup, Toolmak-
ers & Laser Operator for metal stamping
mfg. in S. Orlando.
Apply: 10659 Rocket Blvd.,
Fax resume: (407) 859-6473
DFWP, EOE.
LIGHTNING PROTECTION
INSTALLERS
100' TTraining. Full Benefits.
Must Have Valid Florida
Driver's License. Willing To Travel.
Call (407) 932-4219 DFWP


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! Dump truck drivers. Class
A or B license required. Experience
must! 407-957-6767.
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/T 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.
I 795-Professional I

ASSOCIATION MANAGER Needed. A
position is open for a portfolio manager for
an Osceola County based association
management company. The candidate
must be skilled in computers, public rela-
tions, and problem solving.
Fax resumes to 407-931-1186 or
e-mail: leslieamg@nivets.com
CITY ENGINEER- UTILITIES
Must have a Bachelor's degree in civil or
environmental engineering, possession of
a State of Florida Professional
Engineering License or ability to obtain
within 6 months of hire, a valid drivers
license and 5 years of related experience.
Salary Range$53,661 to $80,492.
For more information or
to apply contact:
Human Resources,
City of St.Cloud,
1300 9th Street,
St.Cloud, FL 34769.
Phone: 407-957-7220;
Fax: 407-957-7273;
Email resume:
humanresources@stcloud.org.
Website: www.stcloud.org '
M/F/EOE/DN/V
407-846-7600 .
This is the number to call for all.your
advertising needs. We can advertise your,
service, sell your home, rent your apt. find
a roommate. One call does it all! Ask for
Cheryl, Kelly or Becki.


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800-Bank/Financial I
LOAN PROCESSORS
Market Street Mortgage is seeking a Loan
Processor for St.Cloud office. Successful
candidates must demonstrate computer
proficiency and have strong communica-
tion/organizational skills. Excellent bene-
fits. Interested candidate, please refer-
ence Job Title and apply on-line at
www.marketstreetmortgage.com or fax re-
sume 727-724-9739. EOE, M/F/D/V. Drug
Test Required.

810-Medical
AVANTE AT ST.CLOUD
A 131-Bed SNF
Is Currently Recruiting For The
Following:

NURSING:
LPN/RN 7-3, PT
LPN/RN 11-7, FT/PT
CNA 7-3 PT
CNA 3-11, PT
CNA 11-7, PT

Every Other We6kend
Must Be Flexible
Must Have Florida License Or
Florida Certificate
RECEPTIONIST P/T
4-8PM, Every Other Weekend

ACTIVITIES:
Activities Assistant, 10:30A-7PM
Weekend 8AM-4:30PM
MUST Be CNA Certified
CNA/RESTORATIVE
1QAM/7PM
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) 892-5121
Apply within @
Avante @ St.Cloud
1301 Kansas Avenue
St.Coud, FL 34769

EOE jobs @avantegroup.com

CAREGIVER Disabled young adult,
St.Cloud. Duties include: activities & total
assistance. 2:30PM-8:30PM, M-F with po-
tential for more hours. Reliable trabsporta-
tion & good driving record. Non-smoking
environment. CNA/HHA skills preferred.
Phone: (407) 466-5729 or fax resume to:
(407) 228-0033.


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Come Join Our Team Of
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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
Fdx 407-957-5319

DENTAL ASSISTANT- Full time position
for experienced Dental Assistant. Self mo-
tivated team player. Call 407-348-9719.
HCA SHARED SERVICES has the follow-
ing opportunity available at Osceola Re-
gional Medical Center:
NURSE AUDITOR
Nursing degree required. 3 years clinical
experience preferred. Healthcare billing,
insurance, auditing, case management
and/or coding experience beneficial. Ex-
cellent benefit package. Qualified candi-
dates please email resume to there-
sa.grant@hcahealthcare.com or fax re-
sume to (352)375-7205. EOE M/F/DN.
LPN FOR Busy endoscopy center. IV
Skills a must! Call 407-931-2816, x.117.
MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST
Medical Experience Required. Friendly
Phone Voice. Fax Resume To (407) 870-
9128
I 815-Construction I

BUSY ACRYLIC Deck texturing company
looking to fill full time positions. Must be
reliable and have transportation to
St.Cloud. Clean drivers license needed.
407-892-7214.
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Saturday, October 28, 2006, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page D7


I 1010-Rooms

KISSIMMEE, NEPTUNE Road Area. Stu-
dio. Private Entrance/Bath. Micro, Frig,
Cable. $600/Month Or $155/Week. (407)
973-1940.
I 1015-Roommates I
FEMALE ROOMMATE. W/D + kitchen
privileges. $125/wk. Small child OK. Call
(407) 433-0409.
I 1020-Apartments
S1BR/1BA IN Kissimmee. Newly renovat-
ed, all new appliances. Washer/dryer 6p-
tional. $800/mo. Call 305-281-8378.
2/BEDROOM APARTMENT. No pets.
Non-smoking. $800/month, utilities includ-
ed. 407-933-8394, 407-922-1686.
3BR/1BA, $700 Month, $700 Deposit.
2BR/1BA, $600 Month, $600 Deposit.
St.Cloud, With Air. Ed: (407)957-2844.
APARTMENT FOR RENT. 1BR/1BA.
Centrally located, Kissimmee. Pool, other
amenities. $750/Month, includes water.
Ericka: (407) 744-6393..
FOUNTAINHEAD/BELLAVISTA
Spacious 1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms. Allnew
stainless steel appliances. W/D included.
417 Fountainhead Circle.
407-932-0660.
Call For Specials!
KISSIMMEE- 2 & 3/bedroom apartments
now available. Great Speciall Call Today!
407-846-6008.
SINGLE STORY LIVING!!
r No upstairs or downstairs neighbors.
HEATHERWOOD APARTMENTS
Studio, 1 & 2 Bedrooms Available
Starting at only $485/mo.
0. Call 407-932-1613
o0
SMALL APARTMENT
Meadow Woods. Completely Furnished.
< Private Entrance And Bathroom. Available
11/1. Call (407) 808-0295.


I 1025-Efficiencies I


EFFICIENCIES For Rent. Weekly, Month-
ly. Electric AC Included. Kissimmee Near
Busline. .
(407) 873-8174.
I 1035-Villas I
POINCIANA 2BR/2BA. Brand New Ce-
ramic Tile Through-out, Pool. $950 Month
+ 1 Months Rent + Security.
Awilda: (347) 865-0962.
ST.CLOUD 2BR/2BA
Tiled, w/appliances, covered patio.
$800/Month, Security. No Pets.
America's Properties .& Realty
(407) 892-5600

I 1040-Townhouses I
I 1300/SQ.FT., 2BR/2BA TOWNHOME
v w/floor to ceiling brick fireplace, screened
patio, washer'dr/er. refrigerator wice dis-
p postal, .dis*rtaher, .ell-c.learnr.g .:.ven,
eat-in bar, oak cabinets. NO PETS.
$800/month. $1 000/security. 2
" 407-729-9167 407-729-9166
S 407-847-7231

BEST DEAL! New 4BR/2.5BA
Townhouse. 1700/sq.ft., garage.
* $1195.,mo,-,ih 301 -686-7955
abetrkv.e '.-uDOaru com,
BRAND NEW 1600 Sq FR T,.nnome,
3BR 2 5BA 1 Car G rlage St-..er, Plan.
s Tl,:.,, S'S Applian.:e Giar,,l C.:ur,7ler
Tops $1 r,00L .1,r.in Friil rz + .e.:uurN i3211i
62- l-0l
- .... 045-Homes
rS t o r USE .- .-
SBco,i:..rm 1 iBalt. Ci.:e T:. Higr, S.-,no l
& Downtown. $900/Mo. 224 Latonia
. Street. Lee Andrews (407) 932-0044.

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

3/2 HOME, StCloud, Sweetwater Creek.
1800/sq.ft., waterview. Yard service in-
S clouded. $1350/month. No pets. Call 407-
a 791-3065.
3/BEDROOM, 2/BATH home. Kissimmee,
minutes from Disney. Huge yard, fruit
* trees, 8/person hot tub..$1100/month.
727-490-4256.
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.
S(407) 932-0434 Or (407) 873-0111.
BRAND NEW 4BR/2.5BA House, Poincia-
. na. Living room, dining room, family room,
, double car garage. $1250/mo. + 1/mo. se-
! curity. 347-694-0964.
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.
BRAND NEW HOME
'The Villages At Poinciana.
4 Bed/3Bath. 2 Car Garage. Lots
S of Upgrades. Call (954) 805-1858.

L CHARMING KISSIMMEE
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home With Great
Floor Plan. Immediate Move-In.
$1050/Mo. Call (407) 435-7861.
FOR SALE BY OWNER. Poinciana-
2/story, 3/car garage dedar house with
. 4/bedrooms, living, family, dining, studio
on quiet, private flag lot. Space for pool.
S$254,900. 407-933-4051.
SFOUR CORNERS area. $1200/month.
321-624-5477. www.rent2owncfl.com
. HOME FOR rent. 4/bedrooms, 3/baths,
2/car garage. $1400/month. 407-892-
0055.
' HOUSE AVAILABLE 11/5/06. 3/2 bath,
I culdesac, pool, clubhouse. Cross Creek.
$1120/month. 407-892-3916, after 5pm.
HOUSE FOR rent. 4/3, lakefront, fire-
" place, '1/story in Canoe Creek.
S $1500/month. Phone: 786-316-3500.
" KISSIMMEE HOUSE 3Bed/2Bath.
$1,00OMo Plus 1 Month Security. Brand
T New Townhouse. 3Bed/2Ba. $1,300/Mo.
3 Plus 1 Month Security. Application/Credit
' Check $50.00. (407) 847-2767.


A *


St. Cloud
4/3/2/ Home 3000sf ...... $1475/mo
4/2.5/2 New Home, Lg Yard $1400/mo
3/2/2/ Pool Home ........$1400/mo
3/2/2 Home, Fenced ......$1175/mo
2/1 Duplex, Sunroom $650/mo
t Kissimmee/Poinciana
V, 4/2/2 The Oaks ........ $1350/mo
i 3/2 Furn Townhm .......$1100/mo
Z 4/3/2 The Oaks- Furn ... $1500/mo
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KISSIMMEE BRAND New, 4BR/2.5BA,
3000/sf., fireplace in gated community,
Legacy Park near Remington. $1350/mo.,
deposit. 407-414-9409.
KISSIMMEE CLOSE To Disney/Attrac-
tions. Like new, 3BR/2BA furnished with
pool. No pets. $1275/mo. 845-590-8857.
POINCIANA
Pool home, 4BR/2BA on cul de sac. No
pets. Non-smokers. $1100 month + secur-
ity. (407) 870-0336.

POINCIANA HOUSE For Rent. Brand
New 4BR/2BA. $1300 Month + $1300 De-
posit. Pets OK. (321) 284-5107.
POINCIANA/KISSIMMEE. 3BR/2BA
Homes. Several to choose from. $850-
$1200/mo. Call Jill Boles at Don Asher &
Associates. 407-425-4561.
POOL HOMES for rent. 3-4 bedroom; fur-
nished/unfurnished. Kissimmee area.
$1100 & up per month. 407-933-5896.
REMINGTON HOUSE for rent. 4BR/2BA.
$1100/month & $1100 deposit. Call 407-
497-2163.
RENTALS: ST.CLOUD Brand new com-
munity. 3BR/2BA with free internet, tele-
phone and cable service for the year.
$1300/mo. $1300/dep.
LAKESIDE RESERVE Kissimmee.
Gated community, 3BR/2BA townhouse
with clubhouse, pool, full amenities.
$1200/mo. .$1200/dep. 407-252-2537,
407-240-4806.
ST CLOUD 3/2, 2/car garage, fenced,
preservation area, fireplace. No smok-
ers/pets. $1100/mo., 1st/security. 407-
892-6778.
ST.CLOUD 3BR/2BA. Eat-in kitchen.
$925/mo. + sec. 407-957-1436.
ST.CLOUD- 4BR/2BA on canal with dock.
Fenced in backyard. $1300/month. 407-
892-6227.
S 1050-Condos I
$950.00 RENTS 3BR/2BA Condo located
in great location of west Kissimmee. Call
(321) 624-0711.
KISSIMMEE CONDO
Short Term Or Long Term. 3 Bedroom. 2
Bath. Completely Furnished. $99/Day.
$750/Week. $950/Month. (516) 673-1999.
|I 1055-Duplexes I
2BR/2BA DUPLEX In Poinciana.
$700/mo. $700/dep. No pets. 407-944-
0088.
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
2BRP2BA MH On 2.5 Acres. St.Cloud.
Pets & Horses Welcome. $1000 Month.
(407) 414-1980.

CENTRAL KISSIMMEE, Attractive
2BR/2BA Doublewide. Large Yard. $795
Month + $600 Deposit. (407) 396-1846.
FOR RENT IN HOLOPAW
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Mobile Home. By Can-
al. Call (407) 709-0703. .
HOLOPAW- 2BR/1BA, A/C, on one acre.
$650/month + $650/security. 9440 Con-
cord. 407-908-3046.
NICE, CLEAN 1 & 2 BEDROOM
Mobile Homes. No Pets.
(407) 933-2350 (407) 933-8394

I 1070-RV's


FOR RENT
New Park Models & RV's
In Quiet Resort Park.
7/Miles From Disney.
$125-$175/wk.
Monthly Rates Also Available.
(407) 397-9110

1085-Office Space
OFFICE SPACE
Starting $130/Month
Free Utilities
Janitorial Services
Conference Room
600 N.Thacker Ave., Kissimrmee
(407) 933-4200

OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE
Best location in Osceola County.
Mini & Executive Suites.
100 to over 5000/sq.ft.
Going Fast.......
Call Now or come see the new
La Mirada Plaza
407-483-4000


OFFICE/RETAIL UNIT For rent.
1300/sq.ft. East St.Qloud Commerce park.
407-301-0669.
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE Space -
3 suites available. 156-312/sf. Kissimmee
next to courthouse. 407-765-8042.
SPACE FOR LEASE
2100 Michigan Avenue, Kissimmee. 1,800
Sq. Ft. Available. Good For Professional
Office Or Retail. (407) 518-1661 Or (352)
895-6834.
1130-Real Estate
For Sale

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I 1135-Homes I


IMMACULATE 2 STORY
CUSTOM BUILT HOME
3 Bedrooms. 51/2 Baths.
2 Car Garage. Tile Roof.
All Bedrooms Self-Contained
Large kitchen With Center Island.
Screened Pool/Patio.
Fenced Yard.
4657 Sq. Ft. Under Roof.
$495,000.00. Negotiable.
MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE.
Owner (407) 922-7120.


POINCIANA CUSTOM DESIGNED
3 Bedroom. 2.5 Bath. 1942 Sq. Ft. Pool.
Fenced Yard. Appliances. Yard Equip-
ment. $274,500.00. Must See. Prequali-
fled Buyers By Appointment. (863) 427-
0495.


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.


THE OAKS GOLF COMMUNITY
For Sale By Owner
Immaculate Golffront Home. Brick Front. 3
Br/2 Ba/2 Car. 1538 S.F. Screened Lanai.
$259,500.00. (407) 944-9720.


3BR/2BA GATED Community, tile'
throughout in great location. $244,900.
Maria DaPonte
Keller Williams Realty
407-744-2724



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ORANGE GARDENS JEWEL
Newly Remodeled. 1900 Plus Sq. Ft.
Open And Spacious Split. 3 +/2. Fenced. 6'
Car Drive. Better Than New. $249,900.
(407) 729-2217.





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SHADOW BAY Home for sale.
4BR/2.5BA, 2400/sq.ft. 1/4 acre lot. Newly
updated, minutes from The Loop.
$349,000. Motivated! Call 407-922-6329.
1845 BONNIE Drive, St.Cloud. 2/2.
$195,000. Fenced, access Alligator Chain.
407-957-3343, 407-924-1617. 1
3/2/2, ST.CLOUD. Cathedral ceilings,
community pool. Built 2000. $205K. Cross
Creek. 407-466-9157.
3/2/2.1/2 ACRE LOT.
NEW Roof, Floors. Well. H20 System
A n d ,:,r ^ :. .- C ,- ',-j r ,.a P- .: .I '. .'.: ..: ,,3
,Deck. ran,, Lupgades. ,...iC;.10 k407)
891-0023.
CASH FOR HOUSES
Any Condition. 1-800-518-5978


CRESCENT LAKES 4BR/2BA, pool and
spa, waterview, close to schools. 2517
Calla Lily Cove. $299,900. 407-962-0794.
DISTRESS FORECLOSURES!
Free List
www.DebbieRoweHomelnfo.com
Home Investment Realty, Inc.
407-908-0215
HANDY, INVESTORS SPECIAL, Great
Deals For Rehabbers. Ask For Nain Or
Edwin. (407) 738-7695.
HOUSE FOR Sale. 3BR/2BA. 430 Jersey
Ave., St.Cloud. Listed for $239,000. Call
407-957-8031.


2BR/1 BA LAKE LIZZIE
.66 Acre. Newly remodeled, includes new
appliances & more! 2 carports, bonus
room, utility shed. $169,000.
(407) 892-8058
POINCIANA
Beautiful 4BR2BA, 1200 Sq.Ft.
Must See!ll $199,000.
407-705-7293
POINCIANA- Beautiful 3/2 Horizon Home
overlooking conservation with gourmet
kitchen plus many other upgrades.
$249,900. 407-414-6380.


SST. CLOUD
NO BANK NEEDED!
Owner Financing
Free 19" TV
Immaculate 4 BR, 2 Bath on
cul-de-sac with LR, DR, FR,
2,573 sf, & 2 Car Garage
Only $324,900
24hr Free Info .
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$10K Minimum Down, $1895/Month.
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ST.CLOUD, 3BR/2BA/2CG, CBS W/La-
nai. $205K. Paid Closing Costs To $5K
Cash Back, $1K/Month For 6 Months. Call
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ST.CLOUD, 4714 ROBIN DR. 3BR/2BA,
CB Home W/Florida Room. 100X140 Lot,
2/Car Garage. $199,900. Contact Billy Or
Josephine. (407) 957-2310. (407) 414-
5109.
ST.CLOUDi- 4BR/2BA. Just remodeled.
15K below appraisal. Over 2000/sq.ft.
50x150 Corner lot. Ready to move in.
$229,000. 407-892-8884.
ST.CLOUD- Open House. Saturday-
10/28, Sunday-10/29, 9am-4pm.
3BR/2BA, corner lot. 801 Dakota.
$183,000. 407-892-7689.
1145-Townhouses I

ST.CLOUD
Beautiful 3BR/2BA/1 CAR
1/Story, End Unit
Lots Of Upgrades!
$210,000 OBO
America's Properties & Realty
(407) 892-5600

|I 1155-Condo's I
NO MONEY- Orlando, 2/2 condo,
$240,000. Gated. Pay closing. Appraised
$269,000. Judy, 305-609-3332.
I 1165-Mobile Homes
2 BEDROOM, 2Bath Singlewide Mobile
Home. On 73 X 149 Lot. 3857 S. Fruit
Loop Circle. Kissimmee. $82,500.00.
(407) 892-2800.
3BR/2BA DOUBLEWIDE Manufactured
home on 3 acres in Polk County. 407-933-
4899.
INVENTORY BLOWOUT
'All Homes Must Go!!
$1995 Or Best Offer;
These Homes Won't Last Long!!
The Mark
55+ Mobile Home Community
3200 13th. Street, St.Cloud
(407) 892-3979
NEW DOUBLEWIDES
From $53,000. Used from $8,000.
407-935-0098.
See Homes www.treetopsales.com







'97 SKYLINE
3BR/2BA w/screened room. All new tie
downs & anchors. Large utility w/air-condi-
tioner. Quiet gated community.
Negotiable!!! (863) 984-9351

[ 1175-Out of State

NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS
New log cabin, $89,900. Easy to finish.
interior on secluded site. Land from 1-7
acres with fabulous mountain views!!
Paved access. Financing.
828-247-9966


I 1210-Lots/Acreage


2 ACRES St.Cloud Manor with mobile
home. Reduced to $180,000 obo. 3909
Packard. 407-344-8885.



FOR RENT

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

$675/mo. $775 Sec. Dep.

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OCALA NATIONAL FOREST LOTS
$500. Down, $199 Month
Owner: (352) 624-2215 or
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SINGLE CEMETERY PLOT In Older Part
Of Osceola Memory Gardens. Chritus
Section. CHR32A-2. $1195.
(407) 414-2221.
I 1270-Vans I
1990 CHEVROLET 3/4 Ton Van. Good
Work Van! Runs Good! $1500. O.B.O.
(407)234-5665.
,1995 GMC VANDURA Executive 2500.
TV, VCR, Stereo, Refrigerator, Bed. Excel-
lent Condition. $4500. (407) 414-3526.
(407) 892-8584.
1996 AEROSTAR. White. Long-Wheel
Based. Excellent Shape. 27 MPG.
$3,500.00. (407) 846-4933.



200 16.000 sq. ft. Available
Professional Office
Medical
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Kissimmee / St. Cloud
Discover Quality Service From A
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2000 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.
I 1275-Trucks
1951 FORD Pickup Street Rod. $12,000.
Must sell. Make offer. (407) 933-8728.

ST. CLOUD
2.8 +/- ACRES
LOCATED ON PAVED ROAD -
Well, septic, power and
impact fee credits this
wooded site can be yours for
$215,000
GREAT LOT!
437 Vermont Ave.
Cleared & close to lake.
$90,000





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598 Columbia Ave.
1986 DW MH 3/2 1500 sq.ft. on fenced
corner lot, screened porch and no HOA.
OWNER MOTIVATED


ST. CLOUD $94,500
524 Columbia Ave.
1984 SW MH 2/2 790 sq.ft.
on fenced lot and no HOA
OWNER MOTIVATED


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- 1984 FORD F150. 4 X 4. Solid Body.
Good Work Truck. 6" Lift. Wide Tires.
$2,250. 407-931-0373. 407-288-4982.
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.
1998 DODGE Durango- 92,000/mi. Great
condition. $5800. 407-625-3533.
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 DODGE Truck. 5/speed, V8. 97K.
$6200. 321-377-5348.
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.
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.
TAKE OVER payments! 2005 Dodge
4/wheel drive Hemi. 2/door. 18,000/mi.
Payments $513/mo. $1500/down. 407-
709-3027.
'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.

I 1280-Campers I
CAMPER/TRAILER, 35', 2/slide outs.
Great hunting camp. $3500 O.B.O. 407-
- 957-8562.
I 1305-Automobiles I


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.
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. $1800.! Or 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.
1994 MAZDA PROTEGE
180,772 Miles. Good Motor. Runs. $1,900.
OBO. Relay Service Sovernson. 1 (866)
327-8877 Then (407) 396-9790.


1995 HONDA Accord. (Wrecked). New
Engine. $800.00. OBO. (407) 908-2864.
1996 CADILLAC Seville SLS. 70K Miles.
Beautiful, Great Condition. Must See!!!
$5000.00. (407) 738-8423. (407) 847-
0980.
1996 MERCEDES S420. Gold color,
Bose speakers. 130,000/mi. Excellent
condition. Dealers welcome. $12,000 obo.
407-344-4346.
1997 FORD Explorer. White 4/Door, Viper
Alarm. 64,724/Miles. Good Condition.
$5500 Firm. (407) 892-3675.
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.
1998 FORD Windstar GL. 109K/miles, au-
tomatic, PL, clean, reliable. Sky blue color.
$3000 O.B.O. (407) 346-2005.
1999 CHRYSLER Convertible Sebring.
Fuly Loaded. Excellent condition. New
brakes. $6300 O.B.O. 407-957-0995.
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 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE. Average
Condition. Asking Below Wholesale!
$4500. Call: (407) 791-7837.
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) 935-1724.
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.
2005 DODGE Neon. SRT-4. Mint Condi-
tion. 7000/Miles. Red. A Steal At $20,500.
(407) 957-9013.
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.
MOVING TO ARIZONA!! '03 Jetta GLS.
Loaded. 18,000/mi. White/camel, leather.
Sacrifice at $13,999. 407-957-6891, 858-
775-0666.


VOLKSWAGEN 1990 Cabriolet Convert-
ible. New Tires. Runs Good. Needs Back
Window. $1,695.00. (407) 791-0977.
'02 HONDA CRV LX. 65K. AT, Green/Tan.
Single Owner. Non-smoker. Clean. Ex-
tras!!! $12,900 O.B.O. (407) 873-4276.
'05 PT CRUISER. 1/Owner. Convertible.
5/Speed, Manual. Customized. $13,900.
(407) 255-8817.
'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
2002 CUSTOM CC
16.5'. 6" Draft. 06 Motor. 50HP. Bait Tank.
Rebuilt Galvanized Trailer. $8,750.00.
(407) 957-9553.
2003 21' Pontoon Boat, Motor, Trailer.
Ready for fishing. Many extras. $13,500.
Call details. (407) 873-2394.
2004 SEARAY Sundeck W/Trailer, Trim
Tabs, Radio, CD Player. Only Used
10/Hours. Beautifully $29,000.
(407) 891-1893.
2005 HURRICANE GS201 Deck Boat. Ya-
maha 154/Stroke, W/Trailer. Loadedlll
Used Twice. $2500 + Re-finance Balance
of $29,500. (407) 957-6115.
FOR SALE: One man Perception Swifty
9.5 Kayak w/paddle, Never used. Blue
cloud color, 9.6' long. $280. Cash only
please. (407) 744-3806.
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