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Film critic Peter
Covino review
Borate on page
C-1.


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Classified D-5,
Community C-7
DVD review C-4
Entertainment C-1
Legals D-4
Opinion A-4
Sports B-1


Jonathan
Summerton
wins F3 Euro
Series. See
story in
Sports, page
B-1.


Hoping to land a spot in La
Nouba. See story, page C-1.


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www.aroundosceola.com


Voters head to the polls


'Democrats,

Republicans

hoping to

turn out vote
: By Steve Magruder
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Across Osceola County,
political supporters from both
parties and the Supervisor of
Elections office are reminding
residents about Tuesday's
election, where voters will
choose local and state politi-
cians and whether or not to
amend Florida's Constitution.
As of Thursday afternoon,
3,870 early voters cast their
ballots in Osceola County,
said Assistant Supervisor of
Elections Connie Click.
The turnout so far is higher
than September's primary elec-
tion but lower than the 2004
general election, she said.
To increase voter turnout,.
the elections office has adver-
tised the upcoming election
and shoiv..'n residents: h,:,'" to
use the county's touchscreen
voting machines.
"We urge all Democrats to
turn out and vote," said Mike
Harford, chairman of the
Osceola County Democratic
Executive Committee. "His-
torically, we've not turned out
enough."
Although Democratic candi-
dates generally run campaigns
See Elections, page A-3


News-Gazette Photo/Keri Rasmussen'
John Ritch, attorney for Osceola County Supervisor of Elections Donna Bryant,
retrieves the electronic voting machines to be counted at the end of the night
during the first primary Sept. 5.


By Brian McBride
News-Gazette Staff Writer
The mailers have been
sent, signs have been planted
and candidates have been
walking door-to-door ,- it's
showtime.
Ten Kissimmee City Com-
missiori candidates running in
three different, races are wrap-
ping up their campaigns
before the general election
tests their efforts on Tuesday.
The Seat 2 commission
race is the only contest guar-
anteed not to end in a run-
off election after former city
Commissioner Steve Burke
dropped out of the race last
month, leaving Carlos
Irizarry and John Bykowski
to compete.
"I will not stop knocking on


doors. I will not stop waving. I
will not stop until Nov. 7,"
said Irizarry.
Irizarry, who failed to win a
commission seat in 2004,
said his campaign trail has
had its successes. At a lake-
front development meeting
last month, some residents
pledged their support.
"They approached me say-
ing they gave me their vote
because I am the better-quali-
fied candidate that had paid
his dues," he said. .
Bykowski said he'd taken
out ads in the local newspaper
and had some final mailings
going out before the election.
He also planned to hit the
streets for support and visit
polling places on Tuesday, but
See Kissimmee, page A-3


Robertson, McKay again battling for District 5 School Board seat


By Deanna Sheffield
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Osceola County School
Board candidates in the Dis-
trict 5 race are gearing up for
Tuesday's runoff election with'
last-minute appearances.
Incumbent School Board
member John McKay faces
former School Board member
Judy Robertson in the at-large
race. Robertson was unseated
by McKay four years ago after


eiqht years in office.
A third candidate, Maria
McNear, was eliminated in the
primary. To avoid a runoff,
one candidate would have had
to receive more than 50 per-
cent of the vote during the pri-
mary.
McKay, with 39.5 percent
of the vote, and Robertson,
with 38.9 percent, ran neck
and neck during the primary
election.


McKay said he -has been
attending meetings and mak-
ing appearances, and noted
his final advertising mailer
went out Friday. ,
"It's winding down now,"
said McKay, who noted the
biggest challenge has simply
been making the public more
'aware. "We've just got to
draw more involvement. The
most difficult thing in running
for office is trying to get com-


municatio'r, out to.the public.
People are so involved in their
own personal lives that they
don't go to the polls as often."
Robertson, who said she
feels "positive" about the elec-
tion, noted she also has been
"booked" with engagements
this week.
"I've been talking to groups
and going to meetings and
knocking on doors. It's been a
very busy week," she said.


While McKay said he
expects an increased number.
of voters will go to the polls
because it is a gubernatorial
election, he expects the
delayed County Commission
election will affect turnout.
"It's going to be tough
without the county commis-
sioners. Interest has just
thinned," McKay said.
Robertson agreed, noting
See School Board, page A-3


Having fun outdoors


Mikaela Johnson,
8, of St Cloud, gets
a fishing lesson
from Bob Ellis from
Apopka at Great
Outdoor Days Sun-
day. Shown right,
Dane Hippensteel
12, of St. Cloud,
takes a shot at
ringing the bell Sat-
urday. The two-day
event featured a
fishing tournament
on Lake
Tohopekaliga, dis-
plays at Osceola
Heritage Park and
concerts.


News-Gazette Photo/Garry Shorter


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INews-uazette


City denies

benefits for

firefighter

killed in

traffic

accident

By Brian McBride
News-Gazette Staff Writer


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State grant will help fund storm protection for low-income seniors


By Steve Magruder
News-Gazette Staff Writer
As many as 100 low-
income senior citizens in
Osceola County will have their
homes strengthened against
future storm damage, thanks
to relief programs formed in
the wake of the 2004 hurri-
cane season.
The Osceola County
Council on Aging will receive
$250,000 for the first of


three yearly grants from the
My Safe Florida Home pro-
gram.
The money provided to
the council so for by the pro-
gram has been used to help
non-profit organizations and
low-income residents recover
from the hurricane, and now
will go toward protecting low
income seniors' homes vul-
nerable to the high winds,
rain and flooding associated


with hurricanes.
"It's smart to really do
some prevention," said coun-
cil director Beverly Hopgland,
adding that proactive efforts
should keep the county from
getting "clobbered" by anoth-
er storm.
Liza McFadden, president
of Tallahassee-based Volun-
teer Florida Foundation, said
the organization has raised
$23 million in private funds


since the 2004 hurricanes.
The program is adminis-
tered by the Florida Hurricane
Relief Fund, which in turn is
administered by Volunteer
Florida Foundation.
Under the agreement
between the council and the
foundation, a team of certified
inspectors will first assess
qualified homes to see what
improvements can be made.
Council employees then


would use the money as early
as January to fix hurricane-
damaged roofs, buy easy-to-
use storm shutters to shield
windows and repair garage
doors to protect homes from
future storm damage.
"It's going to save us a
tremendous amount of time
and energy," said Connie
Benca, chief financial officer
of the Council on Aging.
See Protection, page A-3


Despite a tearful request
from his widow, the Kissim-
mee City Commission denied
workers' compensation bene-
fits for fallen Kissimmee fire-
fighter Robin Burton-Jenkins
because he was off-duty
when killed in a traffic crash
last month.
Lt. Jim Walls, president of
the Kissimmee firefighters
union, appealed to the
Kissimmee City Commission
Tuesday on behalf of Burton-
Jenkins, who was killed Oct.
6, asking for special consider-
ation after the city had already
denied the claim.
On his way to his Oveido
home after a 24-hour shift,
Burton-Jenkins was driving
his 2000 Yamaha motorcycle
on Osceola Parkway near
Michigan Avenue when a
2000 Lincoln Navigator driv-
en by Jesus Expedito Fernan-
dez of Orlando hit him from
behind. He was pronounced
dead at the scene.
A number of firefighters
attending the meeting Tues-
See Firefighter, page A-3


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November 4, 2006



Tuesday


10 candidates vie for

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Page A2, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, November 4, 2006


City of St. Cloud


November 2006


Historical Dedication


City Hall
1300.9th Street
St. Cloud, FL


Mayor Donna Deputy Mayor Council Member
Hart Jeff McCorkle MikeWetzel


Photo by Heather Paynter
St. Cloud Police Officer Corey Targia
congratulates Robert A. "Bob" Fisk Oct.
2 at the Veterans' Memorial Library
located in St. Cloud. Osceola County
Commissioners dedicated a room in
honor oJ Fisk, who his a public speaker,




Important Numbers


Police St. Cloud
non-emergency
407-891-6700
Emergency 911
St. Cloud Fire
non-emergency
407-957-8488
St. Cloud City
Hall
407-957-7300
Public
Information
Office
407-957-7303
Water/Sewer
407-957-7344
Garbage
407-957-7289
OUC Customer
Service
407-957-7373
Street light/oul
power


407-737-4222
OUC Trees in
Lines
407-957-7373
St. Cloud Streets/
Drainage
407-957-7283
St. Cloud Parks
& Rec
407-957-7243
St. Cloud Code
Enforcement
407-957,7238
St. Cloud Library
407-892-6910
Driver's Licenses
407-343-4000
Tag Office
407-892-5133
Animal Control
407-343-7101
St. Cloud
Hospital


Flag Day


Council's Corner


Celebrating Small Town Life


By Deputy Mayor Jeff McCorklde
Who says you can't celebrate small town
life in a larger city? Is small town atmos-
phere captured by the bricks and mortar: or
rather by the character of the people who
reside in the town?
For St. Cloud, I believe ii is our residents
that gLie this town the small town atmos-
phere that we enjoy. Throughout the year.
St. Cloud celebrates many events that peo-


pie of all ages come together to parilicipate
in. This becomes even more evident with
the holiday season just around the corner.
On Nov. 11 you will see the streets of
our downtown lined w% ith residents to paN
tribute to our Veterans and honor our
"Soldier City" heritage in this year's Vet-
eran's Day parade. The following Saturday,
residents will come together at our Civic
Center to share in our annual Th.inksLir inu.


luncheon. The lirst weekend in December
we twill gather at City Hall to experience the
lighting ofthe Christmas tree, the singing or
Christmas Carols and the arrival of Santa
Claus. Soon after will be a celebration of
the Winter Festival and the crolniing of the
Winter Queen. The excitement of the
weekend continues, bringing family and
friends together, as they enjoy the Holiday
Parade and stroll along New York Avenue
for the Arts and Cralt i-Fair.
It is the resident., of St. Cloud that prove
3 ou can celebrtle' small town life in a grow-
ing city. It is not the size of the city: but
rather the hearts of the people that make this
a reality!


New HR Director Committed to Employees, City of St. Cloud


Juggling the slalling demands olf a gro ing city is something
the City of St. Cloud's Human Resources Director takes on with a
personal gusto. Michele Bronson regards each day as a bona fide
mission to do her best for those in her department and to watch out
for every City employee throughout St. Cloud.
Bronson was recently promoted to human resources director
after serving as acting director since June A self-described people
person, she is quick to share what she enjoys most about her posi-
tion. "Working with employees and dealing with every different
type of employee," said Bronson, describing the best aspects of her
job. "Doing what comes natural to me and making a difference at
the end of the day. Employees are our greatest asset and we are a
reflection of how employees feel about their job."
With 20 years of human resources know-how behind her, Bron-
son has a wide-range of skills and experience that have brought her
to where she is today. Over the years, she has seen firsthand the
good and the not-so-good when it comes to human resources and
company management. Each and every stop on her career ladder
has contributed to the knowledge she is able to tap into when deal-
ing with any number of challenging situations.
Take, for example, the human resources notification process.
Letting people know that they have been selected for a position is
far easier than making the call to candidates who were not selected.
But this is what Bronson does for internal candidates. She also
provides these employees % ith rips on how to better their chances


Slory ,nd photIo hy Heather Paynter
HR Director Michele Bronson (right) works with Ruth
Lovejioy. the compensation and benefits manager.

for the ne\t time around and makes resume recommendations if
asked. "There are so mnan\ well-educated and wonderful people
working in this City." she said.
Her standard response to those -wanting to work for the City of
St. Cloud? "I don't blame you!"


SBemiller named City of St. Cloud's Employee of the Month


oI', y Heather Paynter


Council Member Wade Davis (left) and
City Maonager Tom Hurt present a new
Florida state flag to Bettye Hobbs, princi-
pal of Michigan Avenue Elementary
School "We are so appreciative of the con
tinued support provided by our city and
community." Hobbs said. The presentatioIn
took place Oct 19.

Access St. Cloud
By Council Member Mike Wetzel
For this month's Access St. Cloud, I
will be highlighting some great topics that
I hope you will enjoy. For starters, we will
Travel to the St. Cloud Hospital, a very


P.,1lo t., I 'ulher PaU rer
President of the St. Cloud Chamber of
Commerce David Lane; Deputy Mayor
Jeff McCorkle; and IT Director Howard
DeYoung congratulate Juy (bhie shirt).

important institution \within our Cit\. I
will also talk about our Community Rede-
velopment Agency and, focus a bit on the
St. Cloud Golf Course.
I hope you enjoy this month's show!


Media coordinator Jay Bemiller was
recently named the City's Employee of the
Month at the Oct. 12 City Council meeting,
Jay's office regularly hosts a steady
stream of employees and citizens request-,
ing a variety of services. Whether it be a
prominent placement on the City's infor-
mation channel; an audio wiring task; or a
speedy video tape request, Jay is known for
his professional demeanor and quality
work.
He is also responsible for additions and
updates to the City Website, including the
distribution of new information and links
as necessary. He plays a key role in dis-
seminating inlbrmation regarding hurricane
preparation, preps stages for event audio


requirements, and provides assistance to
the Chamber of Commerce for a variety of
audio-visual requests.
Jay also produces, edits and films the
monthly Access St. Cloud program, which
is a popular addition to the City 's informnna-
tion channel. Additionally, he takes the
lead on preparing council chambers for
meetings, and broadcasts many of these
City c'%ents for the residents at home.
"Jay's ingenuity and thoughtflilness is
shown each day through his work," said
Howard DeYoung, Information Technol-
ogy Manager and Bemiller's director. "He
works a high number of hours routinely to
pro\ ide for the audio-visual needs of the
City."


Environmental Utilities Director Represents St. Cloud in D.C.


Important Dates to Remember
0 9


" Nov. 6-Live airing of Access St. Cloud-
* The following Wed., Fri., Sat. and Sun.,
* ASC will air at 3 p.m.-The Council meet-
ing will air afler ASC on Smt. and Sun.
Nov. 7-Planning Board. 6:30 p.m. at City
* Hall
* Nov. S-ITree Adisory. 5:30 p.m. at C(0 ic
Center; Hoard of Adjustments, 6:30 p.m. at
City Hall
a Nov. 9-City Council Meeiune, 6.30 p.m.
* at City Hall
* Nov. 10-Veteran's Day -City offices
closed
*********************


No\. I1-Veteran's Day parade-10 a.m.
Nov. 15--Code Enforcement, 6:30 p.m. at
City Hall
No%. 16-Council Workshop, 6 p.m. at *
City Hall
Nov. IS---City's Thanksgiving Luncheon
at Cit e Center-noon
No\. 2 -Plarming Board. 6:30 p.m. at *
City Hall *
Nov. 23-24-Thanksgi\ing loliday-Ciry
ottices closed
* Tin.t canJ dates are subject to change *
*a *0* *0 0*0*****00*0


vironmcntal Utilities
Director Todd Swingle
recently traveled to
Washington, D.C., to
present information
about St. Cloud water
resource initiatit es.
Ideas and proposals were delivered by
several representatives of agencies based
throughout Florida. Presentations were
primarily attended by Congressional staff


associated with Florida Congressmen as
well as those with Natural Resources
Committee Assignments.
"'I was certainly impressed with efforts
demonstrated throughout the state and
think that our presentation did a superb
job of showing our initiative," Swingle
said. "It was excellent to see the utilities
within the state providing a unified front
to benefit the entire state and its water
resources."


Reminder: .
The Queen's Rall will take place Thur-.day, No\. 30 at 7 p.m in the
Senior Center. Please note thai this e% ent hia- normally been held on
the Friday of the tree lighting. Adjust sour -.chedules mnid \e look
forward to seeing oin there!


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Saturday, November 4, 2006, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A3


Kissimmee
Continued from page A-
obeying election laws.
"I'm putting everything out
there for the general election
:and not hold anything back,",
he said.
In the Seat 4 race, Cheryl
Grieb will have family and
friends doing some last-minute
campaigning for her. Her past
mailings and walking door-to-
door have won her support,
said Grieb, as she's received
'calls from residents saying they
'supported her candidacy in
'early voting. ,
"It's just been, 'Cheryl, I
know what you've done in the
commission, it's been very pos-
itive and I look forward to you
being my commissioner,'" she
said of the phone calls.
Grieb is running against Art
Otero and Jaime Matos.
*i Matos said he will walk
portions of the city, preach-
ing the need for more diverse
representation on the City
Commission.
"I feel very positive I have a
,pretty good chance this Tues-
`day," he said.
SAnd finally, five candidates
are vying for the mayor's seat.
Amanda Trim said she'd
keep the momentum of her
campaign moving. A large
truck bearing her name has
:been driven all over Kissimmee
and mailers have been distrib-


Elections


Firefighter
Continued from page j


uted. It's obviously had an
effect, she said, as she's.
received calls from voters not-
ing that they tapped her name
on absentee ballots. Even one
voter unknown to her stopped
by her business.
"He came in to tell me that
he voted for me," said Trim.
Jorge Miranda said he'd
have about 60 to 80 volunteers
over the weekend knocking on
doors, branching out his cam-
paign message.
But he didn't see waving to
cars as an election tool because
most motorists were likely
tourists and then there were
safety concerns.
"That is ridiculous," he said.
"Someone is going to cause an
accident.
But Miranda said he was in it
to win it.
"When you are in a compe-
tition, you expect to win," he
said.
Also running in the mayor's
race are Jim Swan, John
Cortes and Sherry Goad.
If none of the candidates in
the seat 4 or mayoral race
receives at least 50 percent of
the vote, a run-off election
would be scheduled on Dec. 12.
Contact Brian McBride at
407-846-7600, Ext. 208.
E-mail at bmcbride@
osceolanewsgazette.com


Continued from page A-1


on less money than their Repub-
lican opponents, Harford said,
*he was confident that voters
were ready for a change.
Democratic supporters
have prepared for the election
by calling voters and walking
through neighborhoods to give.
out information About 40 vol-
:unteers for the local party are-
expected to turn out on6Elec-
;tion Day.
George Jackow, chairman
of the county's Republican
Executive Committee, said as
,many as 100 volunteers are
aiding a grassroots campaign
to point out the differences


between both parties to poten-
tial voters.
A lot of voters don't know
how candidates stand on
* issues like taxes and immigra-
tion, he said, and instead cast
their ballots based on person-
alities.
Jackow said he expected
-Republican candidates to fare
well on Election Day.
"We, the people, are the
government, so let's get
involved," he said.
Contact Steve Magruder at
407-846-7600, Ext. 207.
E-mail at smagruder@
osceolanewsgazette.com


day backed Walls' request.
"We are all here to say that
we would want our families to
be taken care of the same way
if one of us as a firefighter,
paramedic or police officer -
were to sacrifice our lives on
the job or on the way home
from the job," said Walls.
Several firefighters fol-
lowed Walls, echoing his stand
and speaking highly of Bur-
ton-Jenkins, before the
widow, Karen Burton-Jenk-
ins, approached the dais.
"I am basically just asking
for your help. I wish this
wouldn't have happened and
then I wouldn't be up here
asking for this," said Karen
who has two boys. "But it is
for my family."
Fernandez only had
$50,000 in bodily injury cov-
erage and the firefighter did
not have uninsured motorist
protection for his motorcycle,
said Geoffrey Bichler, the
widow's lawyer, in a letter to

Protection
Continued from page
About 34 seniors in Osceo-
la County have spoken with
council employees about get-
ting some help, with another
30 to 40 .on a list to be con-
tacted.
Officials said they hope
that spending money now to
fortify homes will prevent
costly damages and insurance
claims if .' another storm
strikes.
An added benefit, McFad-
den said, is that more people
might insure their homes to
qualify for funds.
The council was one of a
dozen organizations picked to
receive aid, which is expected
to help 4,000 low-income res-
idents throughout Florida.
In 2004, hurricanes
Charley, Ivan, Frances and
Jeanne struck Florida. In
Osceola County alone, storm
damage produced an estimat-
ed $400 million in insurance
claims-v. Council officials said


For Kissimmee City Commission Seat 4

A BETTER KISSIMMEE

Kissimmee can be better. Now is the time to put
Kissimmee on the path to economic success. By working
together, we will not only improve our local economy,
but we will use this success to create higher-paying
jobs, advance our transportation network, and improve
the overall quality of life for all of our residents.
On November 7th, your vote for Cheryl Grieb is a
vote for a better Kissimmee.
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the city asking for the bene-
fits. Bichler did not say he
intended to litigate the matter
in the letter.
But even if the City Com-
mission wanted to grant the
benefits, it couldn't, said City
Attorney Don Smallwood.
According to state law, a
workers' compensation claim
cannot be paid to an employ-
ee who is hurt or killed com-
ing from or going to work.
"The law is clear and this
commission cannot vary from
that law," said Smallwood.
But not without compas-
sion, commissioners approved
a motion allowing firefighters
to conduct a special firefight-
er boot drive that had only
been reserved for collecting
F for the Muscular Dystrophy
Association.
And the commission also
directed city staff to work on
writing special legislation that
could benefit the Burton-Jenk-
ins family through lawmakers



A-1 .
they performed hurricane
repairs for the next 18
months.
The program serves single-
family, site-built homes in
Osceola County. Qualified
low-income seniors can earn
no more than 80 percent of
the area median income.
The seniors' homes also
must be insured, be worth less
than $500,000 and have a
homestead exemption.
Contact Steve Magruder at
407-846-7600, Ext. 207.
E-mail at smagruder@
osceolanewsgazette.com


in Tallahassee .
"I know your hearts are just
torn about this, just like ours,
but you have to understand
the limits of what we can and
can't do legally as far as elect-
ed officials," said Mayor Linda
Goodwin-Nichols to Burton-
Jenkins family supporters at


the meeting. "This is horrible,
horrible that the Legislature
had mandated this restriction
on something like this.. Unfor-
tunately we have to abide by
that."
Contact Brian McBride at
407-846-7600, Ext. 208.
E-mail at bmcbride@
osceolanewsgazette.com


while there will be a higher
number of voters Tuesday
compared to the primary, the
relative number of voters
coming out for the gubernato-
rial election will likely be low.
"The (county) commission-
ers are not in this race, which
has made it more low key,"
she said., I think it affects
turnout because those local
races have a more direct
impact on-day to-day life (for
voters.)"
McKay, who owns a con-
struction consulting company,
was a schoolteacher and ath-


letic director in Missouri in the
1970s.
Robertson, a longtime
community volunteer,, is co-
owner of Robertson Homes.
School Board incumbents
Jay Wheeler and David Stone,
Districts 1 and 3, respectively,
were re-elected in the Sep-
tember primary.
Osceola County School
Board members are paid
$33,400 a year.
Contact Deanna Sheffield
at 407-846-7600, Ext. 210.
E-mail at dsheffield@
osceolanewsgazette.com


LEADERSHIP WITHIN THE LEGAL
PROFESSION
Elected President of the Osceola County Bar
Association in 1996
Appointed Chairman of the Florida Bar
Grievance Committee in 2003 the
committee which initiates discipline against
unethical lawyers
Osceola County Teen Court Judge

COMMITMENT TO THE
COMMUNITY
Charter Steering Committee for
G..e Kids Safe Shelter
HOSTS Reading Program Mentor
Kis.'mmee Lttle League Board Member
and Manager
Trustee,'Deacon. First Baptist Church
Treasurer, Transformnat,on Mintries


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Dear Osceola County Voter:
I have considered myself blessed to be a thirty-one
year resident of Osceola County and to be able to raise
my family in this community. I have been honored to
serve you as a local prosecutor for the past fifteen
years and believe now that my time spent in the court-
room has equipped me well to serve you as Osceola
County Judge. Upon my election to this position of
public trust, I will bring all my energy and a steadfast
commitment to be a fair and impartial judge to those
appearing before me while seeking to appropriately
administer justice on behalf of our community.
Sincerely,
Hal C. Epperson, Jr.


LOCALLY EDUCATED
Highlands Elementary
Denn John Middle School
Osceola High School Graduate, 1984
Stetson University, B.A.. curm laude, 1988
Stetson University College of law,
Juns Doctor, cum laude. 1991
LOCAL PRACTICE
15 Year Career Prosecutor in Orange-
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Opinion


Editorial


Remember to vote


It's nearly Election Day, and can-
didates far and wide are strategizing
about last-minute tactics and walking
neighborhoods to meet voters. And
election officials are working over-,
time to ensure that voting machines
and ballots are ready for Tuesday.
Millions of Americans already
have voted, either by going to early-
voting sites or by absentee ballots.
These voters have taken advantage
of what is a growing practice to
avoid having to stand in long lines,
driving through bad weather or deal-'
ing with last-minute hitches.
We hope that early and absentee
voters made their selections wisely,
based on complete information and-
not campaign advertising hype.
Remember that early voting in
Osceola County ended yesterday but
that absentee ballots can .be turned
in or requested even as late as Elec-"
tion Day itself.
On Tuesday's ballot are both
U.S. and Florida Senate and House
candidates as well as state and local
judicial candidates. All voters, also
will see six proposed amendments
to the Florida Constitution. Some


voters also will see soil district or
community development district
candidates.
Kissimmee voters will select two
new city commissioners and mayor.
The Osceola News-Gazette previ-
ously endorsed Jim Swan for mayor,'
Cheryl Grieb for commissioner in
Seat 4 and Carlos Irizarry for com-
missioner in Seat 2. We hold to
those endorsements.
The News-Gazette for the Sep-
tember primary election endorsed
Judy Robertson for School Board in
District, 5. We have no reason to
change our position for Tuesday's
county-wide run-off between Robert-
son and incumbent John McKay.
Again, voters should remember
'the primary and general elections of
two Osceola County commissioners
have been delayed pending. resolu-
tion of a U.S. Department of Justice
lawsuit brought against the County
Commission and the Supervisor of
Elections challenging at large voting.
A federal judge ruled the county
must devise a voting plan using sin-
gle member districts that-is fairer to
Hispanics.


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St. Cloud Proud?
Yeah Right!
To the editor:
I was extremely disappointed at
the amount of effort the city put
into this year's St. Cloud Reunion
Weekend.
My wife and I have been attend-
ing St. Cloud Reunion Weekend
for the past four years since we
reunited at the event in 2002.
When we began attending this
event, it was held on New York
Avenue in the heart of St. Cloud.
Classic cars, food vendors, and
craft booths lined the street.
Businesses were open for shop-
ping, and there was still enough
room to sit down in front of the
city's portable stage and watch the
local entertainment, which always
included performances from the St.
Cloud High School chorus and its
dance team, and the presentation of
the varsity football team. The high-
light of our day at the event would
be looking at our own and our
friends' senior pictures on the dis-
play boards and the hope of running
into someone from our past.
This year we found that the
reunion was moved to the new
marina on Lakeshore Boulevard.
We drove down Lakeshore at 9:45
a.m. on Saturday to see what to
expect and we saw a few tables set
up and just a few people walking
around. We decided to come back
a little later after they had had time
to set-up.
We came back at 1 p.m. to find
that there were just as many tables
set up and even fewer people there
than before. We walked around and
stopped to look at the high school
pictures and memorabilia. The
woman that was there was very nice


and did what she could with what
she had. I personally believe that the
city should at least give the woman
access to a .color copier and a lami-
nator so that the pictures on her dis-
plays could be enjoyed more.
We also took a look at the sched-
ule for entertainment on the stage.
We were shocked to see that there
was not going to be any entertain-
ment from the high school.
St. Cloud Reunion Weekend is
and always will be sentimental to my
wife and me for obvious reasons. I
hope that the city will put a little
more effort into all future events.
We did not feel "St. Cloud Proud"
this weekend and I doubt that we
were the only ones of those who
attended that felt this way.
Carlos Hernandez
SCHS Class of 1997
Mia(Gilbert)Hernandez
SCHS Class of 1999
Kissimmee
Letters were full.
of hatred
To the editor:
The United States is safer,
stronger and more prosperous
because of President George W.
Bush and the Republican majorities
in Congress.
I feel sad for American history
rewriters like Don Williams (letter
of Oct. 21) and perceived defeatist
Charlie Tiffany. What they write is
so full of hatred and not in touch
with reality. You can almost smell
the hatred when their denials of
history are published in the News-
Gazette.
The Republican Congress
passed, and President Bush signed
into law, bills providing the first
down payment for 700 miles of
fence, vehicle barriers and infra-


structure along the U.S.-Mexican
border. The number of U.S. Border
Patrol agents has been boosted to
14,800 and funds allocated to pro-
vide 27,500 detention beds for felo-
nious illegal aliens. The new law
provides money for hundreds of
Homeland Security programs, such
as transportation and port security.
We now have enforcement first. It
is what American citizens wanted.
By the way, Janet Napolitano, Ari-
zona Democratic governor, joined
in the sighing ceremony.
Congress passed and the Presi-
dent signed legislation clarifying
American authority to hold and try
enemy terrorists' and included $70
billion for military operations in Iraq
and Afghanistan as well as a much
needed pay raise for our troops.
The House passed a defense autho-
rization bill that changed rules that
wrongly pressured military chaplains
into praying vague public prayers
instead of praying in the name of
Jesus or speaking other specifics of
their faith.
We've won the key battles in, the
war on terror against Islamic fascists.
It has been five years since 9-11 and
not a single American man, woman
or child within the borders of the
United States has been blown up,
despite many Democrats' attempts
to cut and run.
The economy is fantastic. Tax
cuts have given Americans more
money to spend. Employment is at
record highs. The anomaly of outra-
geous gas prices has passed and
peoples' pensions and 401(k)s are
benefiting from unprecedented earn-
ings as the stock market has reached
new record highs and continues to
climb. Folks have marriage penalty
relief and higher tax deductions for
their kids, and the national debt has
been cut inr half as promised.


Williams, Tiffany and their ilk's
apparent desire to return to the Clin-
ton years of a weak military, high
taxes and sex is absurd.
Don Kun Sr.
St. Cloud
My right to vote
To the editor:
The 15th Amendment of the
Constitution of the United States of
America, ratified Feb. 3, 1870,
states:
Section 1: The right of the citi-
zens of the United States to vote:-_
shall not be denied or abridged by
the United States or by any state on
account of race, color or previous
condition of servitude.
Section 2. The Congress. shall
have the power to enforce this arti-
cle by appropriate legislation.
A federal judge has violated my
right to vote and violated the 15th
Amendment in an election for Osce-
ola County commissioners. I don't
know if anyone else feels the way I
do, but the lawsuit brought about by
some complaining that their civil
rights were denied is a prime exam-
ple of the liberal thought process.
These people said that because
county voters, during a legal elec-
tion, voted out the single member
districts, their ability to run for coun-
ty commission office was impaired
and therefore the unfair. They
claimed that the at large vote
squeezed them out of the political
process.
The Voting Rights Act of 1965
prohibits discrimination in voting
practices or procedures because of
race or color. The act was imple-
mented to increase the rights of
minorities to be able to participate in
voting. Prior to 1965 blacks were
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Volunteer awards
given out
Hospice of the Comforter
has awarded President's Vol-
unteer Service awards to
Kissimmee residents Dorian
Allwood, Theresa Evans and
Bill Templeton.
The award is a national
honor offered in recognition
of volunteer service. Each vol-
unteer contributed more than
100 hours of their time in
2006.
Established in 2003, the
award is given annually to
individuals, groups and fami-
lies who have demonstrated
exemplary citizenship through
volunteering. Hospice of the
Comforter has used the servic-
es of volunteers in caring for
'its patients for more than 15
years.
. For more information
about volunteering for Hos-
pice of the Comforter, contact
407-682-0808 or visit
www.hospiceofthecomforter.
org.
Donation to
assist deputies
Representatives from Give
Kids Safe Shelter recently
presented more than 100
stuffed animals to the Osceo-
la County Sheriff's Office
Patrol Division.
The toys will be used by
deputies who frequently
come into contact with chil-
dren during domestic .and
abuse calls. Deputies keep
teddy bears and stuffed ani-
mals in their patrol cars to
use in situations where chil-
dren are victims of crime or a
traumatic situation. In many
cases, the stuffed animal
comforts the child who may
be scared or frightened due
to the nature of the incident.
Historically, the Osceola
County Sheriff's Office
receives donations from indi-
viduals and businesses in the
community, but this is the first
time an organization has part-
nered with the agency to
ensure an ample supply of


stuffed animals are available.
The public is encouraged to
drop off toy donations at
Roosters Club' Billiards, 3501
W. Vine St., Kissimmee. Call
Susan Crutchfield at 407-
933-0870 for more informa-
tion about the program.
District advising
reduced consumption
The South Florida Water
Management District has
asked residents and agricultur-
al water users to voluntarily
reduce water consumption in
order to avoid or forestall
potential water 'shortage
orders and mandatory water
restrictions this upcoming dry
season.
Residents are asked to vol-
untarily limit irrigation times
and reduce such wasteful
water habits as leaving the
water running while brushing
one's teeth, taking long show-
ers, allowing leaky fixtures to
remain in disrepair or over-
watering lawns.
"The South Florida Water
Management District clearly
does not want to issue any
water shortage orders or
impose water use restrictions,
but we have learned lessons
from the many similar situa-
tions we have faced over the
years," said Carol Ann Wehle,
executive director at the dis-
trict. "At this point, we feel
compelled to inform the pub-
lic that many counties are cur-
rently experiencing low water
supply levels and could be
impacted by future water
restrictions. We believe water
conservation is an important
endeavor year-round, and
would be particularly prudent
at this critical time."
The district has recorded
near record-low rainfall
through the first 10 months of
2006, with current water lev-
els approaching levels that tra-
ditionally signal a water short-
age. District scientists arid
meteorologists anticipate that
even a wetter than normal dry
season may not prevent the
district from implementing


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mandatory water restrictions
in many parts of its 16-county
coverage area..
With only 1.05 inches of
district-wide rainfall for the
entire month, October 2006
was the third driest on record
since 1932. The first 10
months of 2006 have been
the second driest on record.
Flight rally Nov. 11
Youngsters and teens
between 8 and 17 years old
will have a chance to take to
the skies on Saturday, Nov.
11, as Experimental Aircraft
Association Chapter 74
hosts a Young Eagles Flight
Rally at the Kissimmee-Gate-
way Airport.
The rally is part of the asso-
ciation's Young Eagles Pro-
gram, created to interest
young people in aviation and
launched in 1992.
"Free airplane rides are just
part of the Flight Rally," said
Stephen Gatlin, spokesman
for the event. "We hope to
build one-to-one relationships


between pilots and young
people, giving a new genera-
tion a chance to learn more
about the possibilities that
exist in the world of aviation."
Pilots at the event will also
explain more about their air-
planes allowing young people
to discover how airplanes
work and how pilots make
safety a prime concern before
every flight.
Following their flight, each
young person will receive a
certificate making them an
official Young Eagle. Other
activities scheduled for the
rally include static aircraft dis-
plays and lessons on how air-
planes fly.
Along with flight rallies,
association members also fly
Young Eagles on an individual
basis. Each pilot volunteers his
or her time and aircraft so the
flights can be provided free to
interested young people.
Those attending the flight
rally are asked to stop by
Atlantic Aviation starting at
8:30 a.m. to register for their


flight. Flights will begin at 9
a.m. with registration closing
at 11 a.m. For a registration
form contact the Young Eagle
coordinator at stephen-
gatlin@lycos.com and one will
be sent to you.
To get to Atlantic Aviation
take U.S. Highway 192 to
Hoagland Boulevard and turn
south. Follow the signs to 5th
Street/Merlin Street and' look
for event parking.
Additional information
about the association and its
Young Eagles program is
available on the Internet at
www.eaa.org. The Young
Eagles Web .page is www
.youngeagles.org. You may
also contact the local coordi-
nator at 407-574-5602.
Free screening
offered
The Osceola County
Health Department today
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today
will offer free HIV, hepatitis,
syphilis, and diabetes screen-
ings at the department's office
at 1875 Boggy Creek Road in
Kissimmee. I
In addition to the free
screenings, complimentary flu
shots will be offered to the
first 50 people.
There will also be a health
fair at the department,; giving
participants in the screening
the opportunity to glean addi-
tional health information.
UCF degree
,program offered
The University of Central
Florida regional campuses are


now offering a bachelor of
applied science degree.
This degree, geared toward
community college graduates
who have earned an associate
in science degree, offers a
variety of tracks to build on
their technical and profession-
al skills. Students can begin
taking the core curriculum for
this degree at UCF's Osceola
Campus in Kissimmee.
Upcoming information ses-
sions on the degree include:
from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
and again from 5:30 p.m. to
7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7, at
the UCF Osceola Campus,
Valencia Community College,
1800 Denn John Lane,
Kissimmee, Room 2-219B.
For more information
about the degree, contact
Edgar Martinez at 407-443-
6787 or edgar@mail.ucf.edu.
Poker run to benefit
Council on Aging
The Osceola County
Council on Aging is spon-
soring a motorcycle poker
run to raise additional funds
for the new special needs
hurricane shelter.
The event is scheduled for
Sunday, with registration at
the St. Cloud lakefront from
8 a.m. to 10 a.m., with kick-
stands up at 10 a.m. The
ride will end at the East Lake
Fish Camp.
The cost is $25 per person
and includes, a T-shirt, meal
and a drink. There will be raf-
fles and live entertainment.
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Pre-registration is suggested
and includes five free raffle
tickets.
For more information, call
407-957-7392 or e-mail Con-
nie Bellanceau at connie-
rsvp@cfl.rr.com or Bonnie
White at bnrwhite@aol.com.
Equestrians bring
home awards
Several Kissimmee eques-
trians during the summer com-
peted at American Quarter
Horse Association Regional
Experience events in Colum-
bus, Ohio, and returned home
with various awards.
Regional Experiences blend
competition, education and
tradeshow commerce into an
event that introduces people to
the quarter horse association
and invites former exhibitors
back to the association.
Rebecca A. Wright won four
regional experience champi-
onships Aug. 24-27 in the fol-
lowing categories: amateur two-
year-old mares, riding Justifiably
Classic; both the open aged
geldings and amateur aged geld-,
ings titles, riding Kneedeep An
Dominate; and the open year-
ling geldings title, riding Call Me
Mr. Telusive.
Michael J. Wright, also in
August and riding Kneedeep
An Dominate, won the reserve
championship title in the ama-


The following meetings
have been scheduled starting
Monday, Nov. 6.
Monday
Osceola County Commis-
sion, 1:30 p.m., 1 Court-
house Square, Kissimmee.
Tuesday
Kissimmee Police Retire-
ment Committee, 9 a.m., Fire
Retirement Committee, 1
p.m., and City Commission
meeting, 6 p.m., all at Kissim-
mee City Hall, 101 Church
St.; Osceola County School
Board, 5:45 p.m., 817 Bill


teur aged geldings category.
Holly Diehl, riding Face A
Big Leaguer, competed at the
Regional Experience July 13-
16 and won four awards: fifth
places in the novice amateur
hunt seat equitation, the open
senior western riding and the
novice western riding cate-
gories; and 10th place in
novice amateur trail.
KUA to lower rates
Kissimmee Utility Authority
announced Wednesday that it
is cutting electric rates by 5
percent, citing a continued
downward trend in fuel costs.
November marks the
fourth consecutive month of
rate reductions for KUA's
62,000 electric customers.
Since July, the utility has low-
ered rates by 15.1 percent, or
$17.36 per 1,000' kilowatt-
hours of electricity.
The November rate reduc-
tion means that a typical
homeowner's bill will drop
from $102.40 monthly to
$97.25, based on residential
consumption of 1,000 kilo-
watt-hours. The newest rate
cut will leave the charge for
the utility's fuel costs at its low-
est level since June 2005.
Customers who have any
questions about their bills should
call KUA's customer service
center at 407-933-7777.


Beck Blvd., Kissimmee; St.
Cloud Planning Board, 6:30
p.m., St. Cloud City Hall.
Wednesday
Kissimmee Utility Authori-
ty, 3:30 p.m., KUA Building,
1701 W. Carroll St.; St. Cloud
Tree Advisory Board, 5:30
p.m., St. Cloud Civic Center,
3001 17th St.
Thursday
Kissimmee Board of
Adjustment, 5:30 p.m.,
Kissimmee City Hall; St.
Cloud City Council, 6:30
p.m., St. Cloud City Hall.


being prevented from register-
ing to vote or were being pre-
vented from voting because of
literacy tests or poll taxes.
The lawsuit that took the
right to vote from me was
brought about because of
some people saying that it
wasn't fair for them to have to
run for the position in an at
large district, that they didn't
have the funds to run as a can-
didate county-wide and that
since they were of a certain
ethnic background, they were
being discriminated against.
The 1965 voting rights law
didn't have anything to do
with being a 'candidate and
neither did the 15th Amend-
ment. They were enacted to
make sure our right to vote for
a candidate would not be
taken away by the United
States (through a federal judge)
or by a state, and we all have.
the right to vote no matter
what our race,, color or ethnic-
ity.
The problem with the law-
suit that the U.S. Justice
Department got itself into was
because a few people who
wanted to get elected couldn't
get enough people to believes
in them to get their vote. They
figure that if they narrow down
the area, then they might have
a chance, but in the mean
time, my right to vote has
been taken away.
Now the federal judge told
county commissioners they
must go against the voters'
decision and by a certain date
come up with a way, to change
the voting method from at"
large to single member district.
I wonder if any thought was
put into the anticipation of the
candidates running for the
county commission? The can-
didates are on hold now and
for what because a few peo-
ple feel that because of their
ethnic background they
weren't being treated fairly?
If candidates are qualified,
have confidence in the system
and work toward winning,


they would get the votes need-
ed to get elected no matter
what their ethnic background.
James R. Stone
Kissimmee
Thank you
Judge Waller
To the editor:
This is .an open letter to
Judge Margaret T. Waller.
As a parent of seven chil-
dren I have always prided
myself on my ability to have
open and honest conversa-
tions with them with an open
line of communications or so
I thought.
On July 18 my 18-year-
old daughter stood before
you on a juvenile charge of
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana. She was
able to show that her grades
were above average and
when you asked her to take a
random drug test on the: spot,
I knew all was fine because,
as already established, I know
my children.
Well, to my surprise, my
daughter failed the test you
ordered and with the infinite
wisdom that must come from
sitting on the bench for as long
as you have, you saw some-
thing in my daughter that I
either missed through denial
or just an honest belief that all
was fine with her. Accordingly,
you adjusted her sentence to
include random drug tests at a
local lab.
I had no idea how hard
things were in her life and that
they had gotten so out of con-
trol. Because she could no
longer mask her problems
with marijuana use she, after
several weeks, attempted sui-
cide. Fortunately with your
wealth of knowledge you had
also ordered her into counsel-
ing both medical and personal,
which I felt unneeded at the
time. Well, she was diagnosed


as having bipolar disorder and
also severe depression.
I am very happy to tell you
that she is now doing great
with her medical and personal
needs being met and she tells
me she feels better than she
has in the past five years. I had
no clue.
If there are any parents in
Osceola County that feel you
are too harsh, then'they might
want to do a reality check, as
it might just slap them in the
face, like it did me.
I have an overwhelming
desire to let not only you but
everyone else know that had
it not been for the things you
see that we as parents might
miss and through the wisdom
you possess, I may have lost
my daughter. From the very
bottom of my heart I credit
you with saving my daugh-
ter's life.
May God continue to grant
you the wisdom you choose to
use so wisely and I also hope
this helps other parents to see
what a blessing you are.
Thank you so very much.
Andrea L. Crowell
St. Cloud

Make a
difference
To the editor:
October was Domestic Vio-
lence Awareness Month, an
observance that was the perfect
opportunity to discuss what is
an epidemic in our communi-
ties. It is difficult to open a
newspaper or watch the
evening news without viewing
a story involving acts of vio-
lence. Violence occurs every
day in homes across Florida.
Domestic violence is
defined as a pattern of behav-
ior used by adults or adoles-
cents against their intimate
partners, or former partners,
to establish power and con-
trol. According to the Nation-


al Coalition Against Domestic
Violence, (nearly 120,000
domestic violence incidents
were reported in 2004. Of
those reports, there were 184
murders and more than
111,000 assaults.
The Florida Department of
Children and Families'
Domestic Violence Prbgram
Office strives to ensure the
safety of those suffering from
domestic violence. In doing
so, the department promotes
supporting community-based
services, promoting coalition
building, and conducting cer-
tification and evaluation of
domestic violence centers.
I am proud to report that in
October the department's
Domestic Violence Capital
Improvement Grant Program
has awarded nearly $188,000
to Help Now in Kissimmee.
The grant money will be used
to make improvements to the
center to better serve sur-
vivors of domestic violence.
You, too, can help make a
difference in the lives of chil-
dren and adults affected by
domestic violence. If you
know someone who is suffer-
ing from domestic violence,
don't look the other way.
Encourage them to call 800-
500-1119. Counselors are
available 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.
If you would like to volun-
teer for your local domestic
violence center, visit the
department's Web site for a
list of agencies at
http://www.dcf.state.fl.us/
domesticviolence/dvpro-
gram/dvcenters.pdf.
Our time is often the most
precious gift we can give to
those in need.
Alan Abramowitz
District Administrator,
District 7
Florida Department of
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THE PODIUM


Kissimmee's Summerton wins


F3 season finale in Germany


By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Jonathan Summerton's
first season in the F3 Euro
Series ended as well as pos-
sible when he won the sec-
ond of two races at Hock-
enheim, Germany, last
weekend in front of more
than 140,000 race fans.
He had to drive most of
the way with a damaged
car when he was rear-


ended early in the race.
"I had a good start. I
don't really know what
happened after that, but I
just gave everything in
order to maintain my
position," said Summer-
ton. "The (accident)
caused me to have too
much downforce, slowing
me down, but I managed
to drive well and I didn't
make any mistakes. I


Photo/Special to the News-Gazette
Jonathan Summerton lifts his trophy after
winning at Hockenheim, Germany, last week-
end. He will test for Mercedes-Benz this week
and may land a factory-backed ride in the F3
series next year. The F3 circuit is two ranks
below Fl, the world's most popular open-
wheel racing circuit.


Harmony, OHS a


no-go in Bowl


By Rick Pedone ,
News-Gazette Staff Writer
County football fans
anticipating a matchup
between high-powered
Harmony and resurgent
Osceola in the Osceola
County Scholarship Bowl
next week will be disap-
pointed.
Although that was the
pairing that the sponsoring
Rotary Club hoped for,
Harmony .administrators
declined .to pit their team
against Osceola.
Instead, Harmony will
play a team from outside
the county. The opponent
and date of the game were
not determined at press
time on Friday.
Longhorn athletic direc-
tor Chuck Hitt said Princi-
pal Debra Pace is con-
cerned that external factors
may cause problems should
the county teams meet.
Several former Osceola
players enrolled at Harmo-
ny over the past two years,
but only one is currently on
the roster.
Pace was out of the state
on a faculty recruiting trip
this week. Hitt said a brawl
between Gateway and
Olympia at the 2004
Scholarship Bowl, which
was held at Poinciana
High, probably contributed
to Pace's decision. Pace
was the Poinciana High
principal before transfer-
ring to Harmony.
"It's a safety issue to
her," said Hitt. "I spoke to
her (on Thursday)."
Both Harmony and
Osceola carried 6-3 records
into their regular season
finales Friday. The teams
shared similar seasons.
Their combined six losses


came against playoff
teams. Both teams, played
well in big district contests
over the past two weeks.
Harmony lost to Cocoa,
30-16, and Osceola almost
upended the nation's No. 1-
ranked team, Lakeland, in
a 7-3 loss last week.
Osceola High athletic
director Dana Dodson said
Thursday that he and
Coach Jeff Rolson were
enthusiastically anticipating
a game against Harmony.
"It was something that I
began to think about three
weeks ago after we lost to
Lake Gibson. We were all
for it," Dodson said.
Osceola actually
received the Scholarship
Bowl bid ahead of Harmo-
ny, which lost to Cocoa
Beach in last year's Schol-
arship Bowl, but Dodson
said Rolson did not want to
play anyone in the bowl
game except Harmony.
,"The problem is, this is
happening too late. Just
about anyone we'd want to
play has already accepted a
bid," Dodson said. "We
made the decision that if it
wasn't going to be Harmo-
ny that we'd just end it after
our last game. That
became our bowl game."
Osceola has not played
in the Scholarship Bowl
since 1996.
Frostproof turned down
an invitation to play in the
Scholarship Bowl on
Thursday, leaving the bowl
committee scrambling to
find an opponent.
Proceeds from the game
provide scholarships for
local high school athletes.
About $125,000 has been
raised over the bowl's 21-
year history.


knew we could do it."
He was fourth in the first
of the two weekend races.
It was the second time with-
in a month that Summer-
ton earned a place on the
podium, among the top
three in a race.
Two weeks ago he
placed second and fourth in
the F3 races at LeMans,
France.
"I enioved that. We had
a creat weekend," he said.
Sumimeriiton's passport
has been punched ',so many
times that the paper fibers,
inside probably wince each
time- he heads for the inter-
national terminal.
"This year hasn't been
so bad. I've probably been
home about six months,"
he said.
Summerton, 18, is the
Osceola High graduate
whose goal is to attain seat
in a F1 car, rare for an
American. For the past
three years he has pro-
gressed through the ranks
toc the F3 Euro Series, two
levels beneath Fl, where
he drove this year for Team
Mucke Motorsport.
Most of, the F3 races
are run in Germany,
Franc~e and the Nether-
lands on many of the
same tracks made famous
on the F1 circuit.
"I don't really have a
favorite. I enjoyed LeMans
because of the second and
fourth we had there, and I
tested at Monza (Italy)," he
said.
The reason that Sum-
merton shines as one of
the most promising Amer-
ican talents is that he is
developing the ability to


Photo/Special to the News-Gazette
Osceola High graduate Jonathan Summerton
gets a champagne bath after winning the F3
Euro Series finale in Germany last weekend.


travel anywhere, drive
almost anything and be at
or near the front.
He recently tested for
the American team on the
A1GP circuit, a race series
,started two years ago with
the idea of having national
teams, compete.
All cars are identically
prepared; the difference,
in theory, is the driver's
ability.
West Surney Racino,
which runs Team USA.
asked Summerton to test its
car at Zandvoort, Nether-
lands, last month.


Although he had never
driven the 500 horsepower
machine, which bears
resemblance to the more
powerful F1 cars, Summer-
ton was turning laps as
quick as the team's regular
driver within a half hour.
S"You learn a lot about
how to handle different
cars in different situations.
That's what I'm doing at
this stage of my career,"
said Surnrinii'l.ii dirinig a
stopover in Kisirnrnee
before the Hoclenheim
race. "I feel confident."
See Summerton page B-8


Pee Wee winners


The St. Cloud Youth Football Pee
Wee Bulldogs will defend their
Mid Florida Division II champi-
onship Sunday at 5 p.m. at the
Citrus Bowl. The team owns four
straight conference titles with
team members Eric Pfeifer,
Austyn Jandrew, Jordan Reus,
Jon Leffew, Tommy Harris,
Derek Holloway, Zack Fertic,
Zack Furber, Ryan Finneran,
Shane Diggins and Jake Good-
man. Also on the roster are
Adam Hamill, Forrie Osborne,
Cody Barkley, Chase Butner,
Tony Ellis, Jared Kuchinskas,


Photo/Special to the News-Gazette
Steven McCrary, Robert Pickles-
imer, Hans Schroeder, Travon
Williams, Westley Copeland,
Jude Davis, Austin Emerick,
Daniel Foshee, Chris Furber,
Trenton Haderle, Chad Stultz,
Jacob Hall, James Hayhurst, Pre-
ston Hight, Jeremy Howard and
Cody Thompson. The team is
coached by Glenn Harris and
assistants Jon Leffew, John
Pfeifer, Jimmy Reus, Richie
Finneran, Tom Diggins, Karl
Schroeder, Fred Barkley, Jared
Kuchinskas, Mike Furber, Ken
Foshee and Woody Peters.


Osceola's Ackerman


at state swim meet


By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Osceola's Ashten Acker-
man becomes the first
county high school swim-
mer to compete in five
state tournaments today at
the Class 3A state meet in
Fort Lauderdale.
Ackerman, a senior,
won the 100 breast stroke
regional championship at


Gainesville last week with a
time of 1:06.20, winning
by three seconds.
She also was runner-up
in the 200 IM (2:06.87) to
Boone's Megan Haskins
(2:06.75).
Ackerman, who owns
OHS records in both
events, is seeded No. 2 at
the state meet in the breast
stroke and is the No. 4 seed
in the 200 IM.


Ackerman is considering
scholarship offers from sev-
eral universities.
The only other county
qualifier is Harmony
freshman diver Lauren
Meulner, who scored a
314.60 at regionals to
finish eighth. She was the
No. 24 seed at the
Class A state tournament,
held Thursday at Fort
Lauderdale.


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November 4, 2006



Midseason

Report looks

much ugly

Rick Pedone
Sports Editor
rpedone@
osceolanewsgazette.com


Good news for the Browns, Bills,
Raiders,, itans, Texans, Redskins,
49ers and Bucs: You're all tied with the,
defending Super Bowl champs!
What's sad is that they all are having
better, seasons than moi.
Young Jackson has been ruthless.
Prescient, but ruthless. Not only is he
dominating the race for the hallowed
title of "Mighty News-Gazette Supreme
Football Picker," but at the halfway
point of the season his preseason picks
look peerless.
Of his 12 NFL playoff picks, 11 are
alive and well.
If he keeps this up, he's going to find
himself covering the Iditarod.
His BCS Championship game (Ohio
State over West Virginia) got messed up
Thursday night, though.
Jackson has Seattle, Chicago, Dallas
and Carolina winning the NFC divisions,
with the Giants and Eagles as wildcards.
Only Seattle and Chicago are currently
irn first place, but none are under .500.
He's got Indy, Baltimore, Denver and
New England winning in the AFC, with
Jacksonville and Pittsburgh as the cards.
I swapped his Eagles for the Redskins
as an, NFC wild card, under duress.
Should have gone with the Falcons.
In the AFC, I've got New England
and Indy, but changed Denver for San
Diego and Baltimore for, ugh, the
Steelers.
Denver and, ugh again, Miami are
my AFC cards.
I feel ill. Not as bad as Nick Saban or
Bill Cowher, but not good.
My BCS championship game,
Auburn over Ohio State, is on life sup-
port.
Not that any of the other goofballs in
.here are doing much better. Brian "Big
Man" McBride has Carolina over
Cincinnati in the Super Bowl, and Texas
over Notre Dame in the BCS. Good luck
with that.
Petey "The Gators Are Going To
Win" Covino has "Somebody" over
Cincinnati in the Super Bowl, and Ohio
State beating Texas. He likes a little wig-
gle room.
Steve "Scooter" McGruder has his
Ravens beating Dallas and Notre Dame
shelling Ohio State.
Jackson selected New England over
Carolina in the Super Bowl; I've got the
Colts over the Panthers. Yes, there is
hope for redemption.
Meanwhile, here's the always
redeeming Mighty News-Gazette Top
13:
No.1: The Pats. No. 2: Da Bears.
No. 3: The Colts. No. 4: The Buckeyes.
No.5. The Wolverinos. No. 6.' Brady vs.
Peyton. No. 7: The Red Birds of
Louisville. No.8: The Red Birds of St.
Louis. No. 9: The Hoops Gators. No.
10. The Grid Gators. No. 11: Early vot-
ing. No. 12: Young Frankenstein. No.
13: Young Jackson.
Let the pain begin:
Florida (-13 1/2) at Vanderbilt: Com-
modores are always close in this one,
and they always lose. Gators by 8.
Virginia at FSU (-12): The question
FSU fans ask every day: Why did they
pick this year to lengthen the schedule?
Noles by 13.
Virginia Tech (-2) at Miami: The
Canes make a statement, and it's this:
"We stink." Hokies by 3.
LSU (-3) at Tennessee: These guys
are good enough to play for the BCS
title, and they won't even reach the SEC
championship game. Vols by 3 in
Upset Special.
Arkansas (-2 1/2) at South Carolina:
Time for the 01' Ball Coach to work his
magic. Gamebirds by 4 in Upset
Special II.
The paid professionals:
New Orleans (-1) at Tampa Bay:
Think the Bucs have another 62-yard er
in the tank? Nah. Saints by 4.
Tennessee at Jacksonville (-9 1/2):
There's good psycho, and bad psycho.
Jags are the good ones. Jags by a Psy-
chotic 4.
Miami at Chicago (-13 1/2): Cheer
up, Fins fans. Daunte's knee and the
NFL draft are only five months away.
Bears by 10.
Cincinnati at Baltimore (-3): Ocho
Cinco seeks crabcakes, without luck. No
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Couch, Detweiler win

angler's charity event


Rick Couch of Ocala and
Cody Detweiler, 14, of Orlan-
do won the Seventh Annual
Angling Against Cancer Bene-
fit bass tournament last week
at Lake Toho.
The one-day charity event
pairs pro fishermen with corpo-
rate sponsors. Proceeds benefit
the V Foundation for Cancer
Research founded by former
North Carolina State basketball
coach Jim Valvano. The event
has raised over $200,000 since
its inception under Kissimmee
pro Terry Segraves. Twenty-
three teams participated.
Detweiler and Couch won
by just three hundredths of an
ounce over Boca Raton pro
angler Mike Surman and 8-
year-old Brandon Andrews rep-
resenting Sapphire Realty.
Detweiler represented Kissim-
mee's Big Toho Marina, which
is owned by his father Mark
Detweiler.


Couch and Detweiler fin-
ished with a weight of 12.33
pounds, while Surman and
Andrews brought in 12.30
pounds.
Other notable anglers com-
peting included legendary
angler Roland Martin, angler
and television host Scott Mar-
tin, BASS record holder Pre-
ston Clark and Bassmaster
Classic qualifiers Terry Scrog-
gins and Kevin Wirth.
Preceeding the Angling
Against Cancer Tournament,
Dave Thomas of Winter Park
won the $35,000-first-prize at
the Seventh Annual Lake Toho
Pro-Am with a catch of 13.81
pounds.
He also had the big fish at
5.07 pounds. Philip Lee of Del-
tona was the amateur division
champion with a catch of 7.59
pounds. He edged St. Cloud's
Tim Burton, who caught 6.59
pounds.


Photo/Special to the News-Gazette
The Denn John Dragons won the Osceola County
Middle School soccer championship over Celebra-
tion recently. Pictured, top, from left: Jason Guer-
rero, Gio DaSilva, Erik Marino, Johnathan Fraire,
Milton Molina. Middle, from left: Coach John Swift,
Ronal Cardona, Ivan Guiterrez, Mauro Luvove,
Orean Trajano, Leonardo Perez. Front, from left:
Chance Merta, Fernando Ramirez, Jordy Urbina,
Ivan Guiterrez, Nico Garzon and Josh Martinez.
Not pictured: Enroy Grant.


Jacque
Mitchell
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First, let me remind quali-
fiers about Big Toho Mari-
na's year-end "Classic" that
it will be held Nov. 18.
I've talked to quite a few
fishermen this past week,
and I keep hearing how
good the pan fishing is.
Blue gills, shell crackers
and specs are being caught
in pretty good numbers right
now.
Specs are mostly being
caught in open water
hydrilla and blue gills and


shell crackers can be caught
along the Kissimmee grass
and on the shell beds.
Bass fishing is improving
as the water temperatures
get lower. Quite a few
schoolers can be seen chas-
ing shad and needle fish. On
Wednesday, I saw what
appeared to be 12 to 14-
inch bass chasing 10-inch
long needle fish. What are
they thinking?!
I've had the best luck
catching them by using a
small silver spoon on school-
ing bass.. When they aren't
up chasing, I use a small
worm on a Carolina rig. I've
also caught a few on lipless
type crank baits. Later in the
day, just try a Texas-rigged
junebug worm.


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Seals take to ice at Silver Spurs tonight


By Ken Jackson.
News-Gazette Staff Writer
The penalty box must be
one of the most comfortable
places at the Silver Spurs
Arena.
The Florida Seals split a pair
of penalty-ridden games with
the Huntsville Havoc last week-
end to open the SPHL season
at the Spurs. The Havoc took
the opener 7-2 before the
home team rebounded with a
7-1 win last weekend.
The team plays the Rich-
mond Renegades tonight at
7:35.
Forward Craig Miller tallied
seven points (two goals, five
assists) over the weekend to
claim a tie for the league scor-
ing lead through the first week-
end. Justin Keller scored a hat
trick (three goals) on Saturday
as goalie Matt Balsar turned
away 40 of 41 shots.
But the story of the weekend
was the whistles and we're
not talking about those oggling
the Seals Ice Girls. There were
24 minor penalties called in the
opener, and 152 minutes
worth of minors and majors
whistled Saturday. The Seals
had 35 power-play opportuni-
ties total as league officials are
attempting this season to make
officiating style the same as
leagues.like the Central Hockey
League and East Coast Hockey
League, which the SPHL feeds
players to.
"They are trying to keep the
flow of the game going, so all
of the interference-type stuff is
getting called," said Head


Coach Tommy Stewart.
"But the problem is that with
spending so much time on spe-
cial teams, some guys play too
much and some don't play
enough."
The Seals hosted the Jack-
sonville Barracudas on Friday
before playing the Richmond
Renegades, a newcomer to the
SPHL this season, tonight.
Richmond won both of its
games to start the season.
One guy who will play


enough is forward/enforcer
Cedric Bemier, who will make
his season debut this weekend
after a groin pull sidelined him
during training camp.
Stewart said that Saturday's
big win made him feel good
about the season's start.
"I know home openers can
be tough, but I thought the guys
rebounded great," he said. "It
showed me that the team has
heart and that they'll be a tough
team .to play. It also showed


them that talent has to come to
work to win."
NOTES: A production crew
has followed the Seals around
since training camp and is
putting together a hockey-
based reality show. Airing
details are still to be announced
... fans can order authentic,
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players from this season and a
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The Osceola Panthers youth football
teams of the Osceola Family Sports
Association earned first-round byes
in the Mid-Florida Conference play-
offs. Osceola will play at Gateway
High School on Nov. 11. The
Midgets, Mighty Mites, Pee Wees,
Juniors and Seniors (pictured) all
moved to 10-0 on the season after


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from 6 to 8 p.m. and Nov. 11
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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child; $25 for each sibling if
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Summerton
Continued from page B-I


Dick Bennett, the WSR
team director, said Summer-
ton wag-an asset for his A1GP
team.
"Jon has been very good.
He has fitted into the team
very well, and all the guys
like him," said Bennett via an
e-mail. "On the driving side
of things, he has done an
excellent job, has not spun,
or been off the road at all,
which, considering the car
has 520 horsepower, it's by
far the most powerful car he
has driven."
Bennett said Summerton
gave his team engineers good
feedback after the test, saving
them time on preparations.
"I really feel that Jonathan
has a bright future ahead of
him," he said.
Jon's parents, Alan and
Janet Summerton, attend as
many races as they can, but
he is often on his own in
Europe.
"I usually spend a week
there and a week at home. It's
not so bad," he said.
Finding sponsorships is
always challenge. The Sum-
mertons have made some
powerful allies over the past
couple of years, one of those
being Jon's manager, Luca
Baldisserri, the Ferrari engi-
neer who helped Michael


Schumacher win seven F1
championships.
Baldisserri is helping Sum-
merton, lay the groundwork
for a move to the GP2 circuit
in 2008, one* rank below Fl.
Summerton has met many
of the players in GP2 over the
summer as Baldisserri intro-
duced him at races around the
circuit, like Monte Carlo.
"The people are interest-
ing, a lot of fun," Summerton
said. "My manager has been a
great help as far as meeting
people and getting sponsor-
ships. That's one thing that a
lot of people don't under-
stand, how hard it is to find
sponsors.
Summerton is testing with
Mercedes next week for the
possibility of joining its F3 fac-
tory team.
"I'll have an opportunity to
win the F3 championship next
season," he said.
Summerton might als'
compete in the A1GP rookie
races against other, first-year
drivers on the circuit;
"It's a possibility that we're
looking into," he said.
With A1GP races sched-
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khstan who has come to this
country on a journalism assign-
ment. Let's take care of the film's
complete name so it won't have
to be dealt with ever again Borat
- Cultural Learnings of
America for Make Benefit
Glorious Nation of Kaza-
khstan.
If the film's title doesn't bowl
you over, don't worry, the, movie


itself will just about as soon as the
opening titles start rolling.
Borat, whose sister is the No.
4 prostitute in all of Kazakhstan,
something he is proud of, is an
equal-opportunity offender. Jews
Cohen is Jewish), gays, women,
Arabs, Christians, rednecks are
all fair game as Borat leaves his
home to tape "a documentary in
the U.S. that will supposedly
improve relationships, between
the two countries. Borat's well-
intended diplomacy is so insult-


ing to everyone, it's amazing he
doesn't provoke a war before it
is over.
There are so many images in
Borat that are hard to erase,
even though a month has gone by
since I saw this film: The Anti-
Jewish parade where school-chil-
dren attack a giant mother Jew
puppet figure who has just laid an
egg; the sight of a naked
Borat/Cohen wrestling his equal-
See Movie, page C-2


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Sascha Baron Cohen is Borar, a man who is on a mission, to improve rela-
tions between his native Kazakhstan and the U.S.


Borat
Starring: Sascha Baron Cohen,
Pamela Anderson
Director: Larry Charles
Running time: 82 minutes
Rating: R


To La Nouba and beyond


NEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/PETER COVINO
Edward Ooms of Casselberry was one of more than 50
invited auditioners trying to land a coveted job at one of
the Cirque du Soleil shows around the world. The audi-
tions took place at the La Nouba Theater at Disney.


female were already warming up
on the performance stage at the
La Nouba Theatre at downtown
Disney.
It was strange to see the usual-
ly packed house so empty, just a
few people sitting in isolated
chairs and there, highlighted by
one bright light, the woman pre-
siding over the day's event -
Cirque du Soleil talent scout
Marceline Goldstein.
Before Ooms and Fleming
began their warm-ups she chatted
privately with each of them, to
get a little bit better insight as to
why they were here and then
they too took their places on the
stage.
Then it was on to the real part
of the audition one routine
using martial arts arms, and the
other without.
It seemed like a pretty routine
outing for most of these guys,
because not surprisingly, they
have had years of practice. Flem-
ing said he has been into kung fu
since he was six. He now owns
his own studio In Casselberry.
Several dozen grunts, groans
and high-flying moves later, the
big moment had arrived: who
would go on to the next phase of
the selection process.
Both Fleming and Ooms
looked pretty convincing on
stage, but both were among those
who didn't make the cut.
She gave each of them, plus
the others not asked to continue
the news Individually.
"I told them they are welcome
to keep in touch. They might not
See Cirque, page C-2










Page C2, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, November 4, 2006


Movie
Continued from page C-
ly naked obese producer
(played by Ken Davitian), first
in their hotel room, then in
the hallway and finally on
stage at a convention of bro-
kers, His going to a gun shop
to buy a gun so he can protect
himself from Jews. He is only
denied the purchase, because
he is not an American citizen;
or how about when he is actu-
ally invited to sing the nation-
al anthem at a rodeo and
incites into a frenzy by telling
them "May George Bush
drink the blood of every man,
woman and child in Iraqi"
Much of Borat is just
doing outrageous things in
real-life situations. But even
the stuff that is set up works


really well.
Credit director Larry
Charles as well as Cohen for
making Borat a must-see
comedy, if you can handle this
kind of thing, of course.
QaQ
The Melbourne Indepen-
dent Filmmakers Festival
comes to the Space Coast
Nov. 10 and 11 with movies,
celebrity guests and more.
Advance tickets are on sale
now at www.oaksl0.com or
at the Premiere Theaters Oak
Stadium 10 box office,
It begins with a comedy
program Friday, Nov. 10 at 7
p.m. and continues with a
horror program at 9:30 p.m.
Saturday morning at 10:30


a.m. there will be features in
theater 1 and 2. You can
meet the filmmakers and stars
a VIP screening of the sci-fi.
adventure film I'll Believe
You, which was shot on the
Space Coast.
The event ends with a
reception with food and live
entertainment. For more info
go to
ww.3boysproductions.com.
This seems rather Inappro-
priate, or maybe quite appro-
priate in a review column that
features Borat, but here it
goes anyway. The Central
Florida Jewish Film Festival
returns to the Enzian Theatre
in Maitland Nov. 19-20. Pro-


duced in cooperation with the
Jewish Community Center,
the festival will feature four
programs beginning with A
Cantor's Tale Nov. 19 at 11
a.m. The festival also features
a two-day Oscar qualifying run
for the documentary En-
counter Point at 12:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday. Both
screenings will feature ques-
tion and answer sessions with
co-director/writer/editor Julia
Bacha.
For ticket and additional
information on the festival go
to Enzian.org.
Contact Peter Covino at
407-846-7600, Ext. 206.
E-mail at pcovino@
osceolanewsgazette.com


Cirque
Continued from page C- 1


fit our profile at this time,"
they might at a later date.
A somewhat somber
Fleming and Ooms packed
up their gear as they got
ready for the exit.
The news didn't seem to.
dampen auditioner Tiffany
Jean's spirit much. The
20-year-old said she would
just keep on trying, and in
the meantime, "well, I'm

Road
Continued fmn page C-I
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up to six discounted tickets
for their friends and family,
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Education Foundation for
each ticket purchased.
State-certified teachers can
visit www.floridaeducation-
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and download their free
ticket voucher. Tickets must
be redeemed by January 31,
2007.


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The remaining members
of the group spent the rest
of the day showing off their


tumbling skills, hopeful that
maybe at least one of them
would eventually end up at
the Cirque show Ka in Las


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worst at the movies
1. Borat How often is a
comedy good enough to be the
best bet movie of the week?
Hardly ever, but it is when the
movie is Borat, a film that is an
equal opportunity offender.
Nothing or no one is sacred as
Borat Sagdiyev (British comic
Sacha Baron Cohen) goes on a
goodwill tour of America on
behalf of his native Kazakhtan.
R. ,:
2. The Queen The tur-
moil facing the British monar-
chy after the death of Diana is
brilliantly displayed in this
Stephen Frears film. And
Helen Mirren, who plays Eliz-
abeth II, shows why she is one
of the best actresses on the
planet. PG-13.
3. The Departed It's
not the best movie of the year,
but this new Martin Scorsese
film at least brings him back to
Goodfellas and Casino territo-.
ry. Jack Nicholson is a crime
boss in Boston, Matt Damon,
the guy he raised from boy-
hood to infiltrate the police
department. Meanwhile, the
cops have their own guy
undercover, played by
Leonardo DeCaprio. Rated R.
4. 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
5. Last King of Scot-
land Forest Whitaker gives
an Academy Award caliber
performance in. this film
about a young Scottish doctor


who becomes personal physi-
cian and advisor to the notori-
ous Ugandan dictator. R.
6. Catch a Fire -It's a
familiar story a decent
man wrongly accused, but it
has seldom been done bet-
ter than in this film set in
South Africa in the 1980's.
With Derek Luke and Tim
Robbins. PG-13
7. 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.
8. Roving Mars Now
at the Orlando Science Center
Cinedome, 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.
9. The Prestige -
Intriguing yes, amazing no.
Christopher Nolan's (Memen-
to) latest is. too complex, but
this second film about magi-
cians at the tum-of-the-centu-
ry does have some flashy
moments. With Christianr
Bale, Hugh Jackman and
Michael Caine. R


10. Flags of Our
Fathers Ambitious stuff
from Clint Eastwood (and
Steven Spielberg who pro-
duced), 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 Pla-
toon. R
11. Marie Antoinette -
Hand over the Oscar for best
costumes, but this somewhat
modem biography of the,
famous "let them eat cake" royal
is' hot worth losing your head
over. Kirsten Dunst plays Austri-
an royal Marie Antoinette who
married the future Louis the XVI
of France. R
12. Man of the Year -
Robin Williams makes an
unlikely candidate, for presi-
dent of the United States, and
more amazingly so, wins the
election. This comedy-drama
has some definitely good
moments, but tends to loose
its credibility when it becomes
a drama piece. PG-13.
13. Flushed Away -
Welcome to Ratropolis.
That's the place where Lon-


don rats live in this animated
film about a pet mouse that
gets flushed down the toilet.
The idea isn't bad, but the
results are pretty predictable
and probably best enjoyed by
only the youngest members of
the family. G
14. Open Season -
Pretty average animated film
about a bunch of outcast ani-
mals. It is becoming increas-
ingly hard to distinguish one
CGI film of this sort from
another. PG
15. 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.
16. Flicka A horse pic-
fure that just may offend horses
everywhere. This is the classic
tale retold about a boy and his
horse, except it's about a girl
and her horse. PG.
17. Employee of the
Month Brainless comedy
that takes place in a large
super-center store with Jes-
sica Simpson and Dane
Clark. Warning: Making this
list in this case, is not a
recommendation by any
means. PG-13.


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How much is that gorilla
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When the gorilla was
Magilla, of TV's Magilla
Gorilla Show, it was usual-
ly under a buck.
Such was the fate week
after week for Magilla, a big
ape who spent much of his
existence on the Hanna-Bar-
bera created series (The
Flintstones, The Jetsons,
Yogi Bear) inside Peeble's
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the shop owner, Mr. Pee-
ble's would try to sell Mag-
illa, who was eating him out
of house and pet shop.
The complete Magilla car-
toon series (originally airing
in 1964) is now -available
through Warner Home
Entertainment.
Magilla is a notch below
Fred and Barney and Yogi
Bear in creativity, but this
23-episode collection finds
the Hanna-Barbera studio at
their peak, even if the for-
mula was getting a bit over-
worked.
Each week Mr. Peeble's
would try to sell off Magilla
to anyone who would have
him. The price in the win-
dow, which once was $100
for a cuddly ape baby, goes
down to a nickel or less as
the series progresses.


Mr. Peeble's never
seemed to take much inter-
est in who he sold Magilla
to, creating the' central focus
of the show. Magilla would
be sold to bank robbers, who
would use his super-strength
to open bank safes one
week, only to be sold to a
wealthy retired big game
hunter the next. The game
hunter hunted Magilla
around his estate hoping to
add him to his trophy collec-
tion for much of the


episode. In the end though,
Magilla would prove to be
too much for his new owners
and he would end up back in
the pet shop.
Curiously, Warner Broth-
ers doesn't include one of
the best things about, the
show: the theme song.
"We've got a .gorilla for sale,
Magilla Gorilla for sale..."
Well it does play in menu
mode, but there are no
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Gorilla Show, created by
the studio to plug the show
before it aired. The bonus
short includes a tour of the
Hanna-Barb.era Studio, a
chat with the two animators
and the first aired episode of
the show.
Of course, like many of
Hanna-Barbera shows of its
time, Magilla (Yogi -Bear
began as a second-banana to
Huckleberry Hound) was the
main feature, but the show
featured other cartoons as
well. Magilla's co-cartoons
were Ricochet Rabbit and
his deputy Droop-A-Long
and a hillbilly cat and mouse,
Punkinpuss and Mush
Mouse. Ricochet .Rabbit, a
Western cartoon, is actually
more entertaining than the
somewhat juvenile Magilla.
Droop-A-Long is voiced by
animated vocal legend Mel
Blanc (Bugs Bunny, Daffy
Duck etc.). Alas, for some
reason the print quality of
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the Richochet Rabbit and
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are considerably grainy.
Other vocal talents on the
show include Allan Melvin
(Sam the butcher on The
Brady Bunch) for both Mag-
illa and Punkinpuss, Howard
Morris, Mr. Peebles and
Mush Mouse; and Jean Van-
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Flintsones) is Ogee, a little
girl who wants to buy Mag-
illa on several of the
episodes, but doesn't have
any money.
The Magilla Gorilla
Show The Complete
Series is a necessity for
Hanna-Barbera fans, but if
it comes to choices try
The Huckleberry Hound
Show Volume One or The
Yogi Bear Show The
Complete Series, both
also available on DVD from
Warner.
Huckleberry Hound (he
does sing a mean My Darlin'
Clementine) remains ,an all-
time classic. His co-stars on
the show are mice Pixie and
Dixie and Mr. Jinx the cat.
The four disc set includes 26
episodes.
And, that smarter than
the average bear, Yogi,
includes all 32 Yogi .Bear
cartoons. The show's other
cartoons are Snagglepuss,
the pink lion famous for say-
ing, "exit, stage left') a
Yakky Doodle,. an overly
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The big release next week
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You can continue the
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MPI Home Video is also
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And Warner Home Video
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Probably the biggest
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The man who would be king


There is at least one sure
bet in the best ,actor nomina-'
tions for the 2006 Academy
Awards: Forest Whitaker.
His ,portrayal of Ugandan
.leader Idi Amin is the kind of
role that comes with a best.
actor nomination guaranteed
in the contract.
Whitaker lives and breathes
Amin in both its comic


Forest Whitaker gives an Oscar caliber performance as dic-
tator Idi Amin in The Last King of Scotland


moments and scenes of
absolute brutality.
But The Last King of
Scotland isn't all about Amin
and his regime. It is a kind of
a The King and I story about a
young Scottish doctor who
decides to take on Uganda as
his first assignment and sud-
denly finds himself 'as the per-


sonal physician and chief advi-
sor to Amin.
That part of the story, based
on a novel, is fiction, but James
McAvoy (Nicholas Garrigan) is
certainly convincing as the naive
,doctor who agrees to become
the sometimes crazed dictator's
physician.,
The juxtaposition of the t .u


characters gives us an inside
look at the madness behind
Amin, a man who murdered
some 300,000 of his own peo-
ple during his regime.
Sometimes Garrigan's role
seems out of place in this
story of terror and bloodshed,
but the occasional comic
interludes between the doctor
and Amin give some relief to
what might have been an
unrelenting look at the real
horror of the African dictator.
Indeed, Whitaker is so'
.good, that for most of The
Last King of Scotland he
almost makes Amin likeable.
' Though by the end, whatever
likeability Amin had, at least in,
the film portrayal, is gone, and
only the brutality lingers.
In addition to Whitaker's
great performance, The Last
King of Scotland also boasts
some fine location photogra-
phy.
Critic's rating: B+
The Last King of Scot-,
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content and violence.'


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After the .death of Diana,
Princess of Wales, the new
Prime Minister, Tony Blair,
attempts to convince H.R.H.
Queen Elizabeth II that having a
private funeral will be interpret-
ed by her subjects as yet anoth-
er slight to the "People's
Princess." This complex, fasci-
nating struggle between time-
honored stoic royal tradition and
today's media-driven emotional-
ity eventually comes to a crisis
point that threatens the very
monarchy itself, but ndthihg' cn
:hreate!-i '"' Helen liMren
chances of walking away with
an Academy Award for her per-
formance in the amazing
motion picture, The Queen.
At its .heart, this is a film
about a dysfunctional relation-
ship. No, this movie does not
regurgitate the whole Charles
and Diana thing, rather it
even-handedly -examines the
relationship between the
Royal Family, represented by
HM Queen Elizabeth (Helen
Mirren), and the citizens of
Britain, with Tony Blair
(Michael Sheen) acting as'
their intercessor.
A docudrama, not a docu-


mentary, this study in politi-
cal/personality conflict feels
more real, has more verisimil-
itude, than the vast majority of
so-called docs being spun our
way. The devil might be in the
details, and there is a certain
amount of devilment 'in the
wry nature of parts of the
script, but there are also
angels present here in, the
form of spot-on costuming
and set design that transport
us completely to Balmoral,
Buckingham Place and into
the behind-the-scenes inner
workings of the Royals.
We witness the queen, her
demeanor one of practiced, cal-
culated distance, displaying the
requisite stiff upper lip exactly in
the manner that she was trained
from childhood to display. This
is where the acting chops must
and do show themselves, in the
subtleties, the eyes, the twitch of
a lip, the slight bowing of the
head in dismay. This is where
Helen Mirren proves, 'even
through an icy mask,' that she is
the greatest living actress on the
planet.
It was far easier for the rest
of the thespians portraying the
royals to do their thing, their
characters being near parodies
in real life. There is Prince
Philip (James Cromwell), here
portrayed as a powerless, aloof
bigot. Prince Charles (Alex Jen-
nings) even though obviously
conflicted over Diana and the
embarrassment she brought
the family, still cowers indeci-


sively, like the mama's boy he
is. The Queen Mum (Sylvia
Syms) takes refuge in the fine
liquors available..
The family frets and waffles
with Philip and, the Queen
Mother adamant about not even
lowering the palace flag in mem-
ory of Diana, who legally was no
longer royalty. Ah, but this was
no time to observe technicalities,
not with the press howling for
royal blood. It is gestures such as
refusing to place the flag at half-
mast that far from endeared the
Windsors to the public, causing
a groundswell of resentment,
and growing, grumbling crowds
outside.
It would have been so easy
for director Stephen Frears and
writer Peter Morgan to turn this
film into a one sided hate-fest
against the queen and her hard-
to-love family. Stunningly, sensi-
tively with great acumen and an
abundance of wit, the story is
told in more or less even-handed
terms with everyone involved
from media to monarch coming
in for their fair share of blame in
terms of tuning Diana's death
into a spontaneous public refer-
endum and an out-of-proportion
cathartic event.
Decorum is the bone of con-
tention fought over by the
Queen and Blair, and as if' wit-
nessing a fight between a Mastiff
and a Yorkie, we see the pop-
ulist Blair ever so .gingerly nip
away at Her Majesty's originally
recalcitrant stance. Blair was
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Community Events

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Hobbies, games

T Repeater assoc.
The Osceola County Repeater Association
'holds meetings the second Wednesday of each
month at 7:30 p.m. at 1101 Carolina Ave.,
,St. Cloud. The net is held every Tuesday at
,7:30 p.m. on 146.790 mhz.
For more club information, call Wayne at
.407-892-5825 or Bruce at 407-892-2463.
St. Cloud games
Card games are held at the St. Cloud Shuf-
.fleboard Club, 7th Street and Ohio Avenue.
IShuffleboard practice is played mornings 8-10
[a.m. Duplicate bridge is played on Monidays at
'6:30 p.m.; Euchre is played on Tuesdays at
|6:30 p.m.; Pinochle is played Wednesdays
-and Saturdays at 6:30 p.m. In the fall Crib-
'bage will be played on Thursday nights and
Pinochle will also be played on. Friday nights.
?Come and participate in the fun. For more,
,information, call Charlotte at 407-498-0455
or Bobby at .407-892-2749.
KAST Club


Euchre and dominoes are played at the
;.clubhouse on Mondays at 7 p.m.; doors
!open at 6:30 p.m. Five-card pinochle 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
iat 407-791-5325.
Mid-Fla. Corvette
The Mid-Florida Corvette Club meets at
6:30 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month at
!Holiday Chevrolet, 1001 E. U.S. Highway
,192. Member of NCCC. For more informa-
;tion, contact Loretta Deal at 407-498-4923,
fe-mail mommalbg@aol.com or visit www.mid-
Tfloridacorvettes.com/.
Corvette club
Tri-County Corvette Club meets the second
,Wednesday of every month at La Bella Pizze-
ria, 1922 N: John Young Parkway at 7 p.m.
iFree membership to Corvette owners. For
!details, call Steve Jones at 407-509-0662' or
:e-mail yelvettelovrl@aol.com.
i.., Thursday Night Quilters,
The Thursday Night Quilters meet at 6:30
,p.m. at the First Baptist Church, Building D,
'in St. Cloud. All quilters or would-be quilters
'are invited to join the group. Call 407-892-
|2685 or 407-892-5775.
Latin Touch Car Club
SMeets every Saturday at 7 p.m. at 3040 W'.
,Vine St., Chevron For more information, call
.J.R. Ramos, president, at 407-348-2234 or
Tito Garcia, vice president, at 4,07-931-8587.

Military

VFW Post 4225
Members of VFW.Post 4225, 504 S. Ran-
Idolph St., Kissimmee, and the Ladies Auxil-
iary meet at 7 p.m. on the third Wednesday of
!each month. The:Men's Auxiliary meets the
second Tuesday of each month at 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.
iBreakfast served Sundays from 9 a.m.-noon.
Darts every Thursday at 7 p.m.
Meat bingo on third Tuesday each rnonth
!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 inneed. 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 memora-
bilia, open to the public Tuesday through Sun-
Iday 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 Outreach
iSpecialist is at the Tribute every Thursday and a
Certified Veterans Service Officer is there on
'Sundays. The DVOP will assist veterans in
S attaining employment/training and the VSO will
assist in the filing of claims with the Veterans
Administration and follow up on existing claims.
For details call the museum at 407-931-
.3133, visit www.vetshistory.com, email veter-
*anstribute@earthlink.net or contact Jim "Skip"
Kervin at 407-744-9553.


A bewitching time had by all


Phroto Speei;l to the News-Gazette
The Purple Angel Chapter of the Red Hats of St. Cloyd recently held its
annual Halloween party and potluck supper at the boo-tifully decorated
home of Queen Mother Judy Reynolds. Top left: Judy Reynolds as Lucy
Ricardo, left, and Dee Hickey as Ethel Mertz. Top right: Cathy Streckfus:as
Raggedy Ann. Bottom left: Pattie Thomas as a red devil and Joyce Parker
as a pirate. Bottom right: Irene Hudelson as a glamour girl.


1st Marine Division
SThe 1st Marine Division Association: The
Central Florida Chapter meets the first Satur-
day of October, December, February, April
and June at 10:30 a.m. at O'Boys Bar-B-Que,
565 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park (at Penn-
sylvania Ave.). All Marines (active; former,
retired) and members of all attached support
units are invited. After a short business meet-
ing and guest speaker we enjoy Marine fellow-
ship over an optional lunch. For more info call
Mike Galyean, president, at 407-740-5097 or
e-mail koolade@earthlink.net.
WAVES National
All women who have served or are now,
serving in the Navy, Coast. Guard, Marines
and Reserves are eligible to join.: Members
share camaraderie with each other and lend
moral assistance to all service women and vet-
erans. Hospitalized women veterans are a pri-
mary concern. The local unit meets once a
month. For details, call Connie Kwiecien,
president of the local unit, at 407-739-5687.
DAV
DAV Chapter 148 and the Auxiliary meet
* the second Sunday of the month at 2 p.m. at
21 E. Keen St., Kissimmee. iThe lounge is
open every day of the week beginning at 11
a.m. A deputy service officer ,is at the DAV
every other Friday.
.Call the chapter home at 407-846-4141
for special events.
Purple Heart chapter
An Osceola chapter of the Military Order of
the Purple Heart is being organized. If you
were awarded the Purple Heart and are inter-
ested in chartering a chapter in Osceola
County contact Jon at 321-284-7613 or
Cowboy at 407-460-1195.
American Legion Post 10
American Legion Post 10, 200 Lakeshore
Blvd., Kissimmee, holds general membership
and auxiliary meetings at 7 p.m. the fourth
Wednesday of each month. Thed Sons of the
American Legion meetings are held the third
Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m.
Friday bingo and seafood dinner for
members and guests is at 5:30 p.m. Satur-
day dinners are at 6 p.m. and dance music
is at 8 p.m. Sunday bingo for members and
guests is at 4 p.m. 'Monday's ladies pool
tournament is at 7 p.m. For more informa-
tion, call 847-4193.
American Legion Post 80
St. Cloud American-Legion Post No. 80,
1019 Pennsylvania Ave., holds meetings at 7
p.m. the second Thursday of each month;
auxiliary meetings are at 7 p.m. the first
Thursday of each month; and the Sons of
American Legion meetings are at 6:30 p.m..
the second Monday of each month.
The Post holds karaoke, hosted by Jerry
Cox, on Wednesdays from 7 to 11 p.m. This
is also "Steak Night" sponsored by the Sons
,of American Legion from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Post has dinners every Friday from 5
p.m. to 8 p.m., with entertainment beginning
at 7 p.m. The Post has Sunday breakfast from
8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. with a buffet and a full
menu.The public is invited. Bingo for 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.


Fleet Reserve Assoc.
The Delbert D. Black Branch 117 of the
Fleet Reserve Association meets the second-
Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the
VFW 4287, 3500 S. Goldenrod Road,
Orlando. Any retired Navy, Marine Corps or
Coast Guard personnel are eligible for mem-
bership as well as personnel currently on
active duty. For more information, call Ship-
mate President Jim Middlekauff at 407-273-
6175 or Shipmate Vice President Jim Hatton
at 407-277-8553.'
Vietnam vets
The Vietnam Veterans of Osceola County
and Associates meet at the, DAV Chapter
148, 21 E.' Keen St., Kissimmee, the second
Thursday of each "idnth at'7 p.m., Eligibility:
Vietnam arind Vietnam-era veterans who
served' on active duty in the U.S. military, for
other than training, between Feb. 28, 1961,
and May 7, 1975, in country, or between
Aug. 5, 1964, and May 7, 1975, for Viet-
nam-era veterans. Associates membership is
open to all who believe in what the Vietnam
Veterans of America represents. Meetings are
open to the public.
Call Jim Kervin at'407-846-7278 or Tony
Cianciotta, 407-957-1400.
VFW Post 3227
VFW Post '3227, 915 New York Ave., St.
Cloud, meets the first and third Thursday of
the month at 7:30 p.m. The Men's Auxiliary
meets the second Thursday of the month at
6:30 p.m. The Ladies Auxiliary meets the sec-
ond Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. For
information on joining the post or auxiliaries,
call the post at 407-892-6761.
Tuesday nights are Trivial Pursuit night,
beginning at 6:30 p.m. The third Friday of
each month is steak bingo, beginning at 6:30
p.m., with the Ladies Auxiliary serving sand-
wiches. Karaoke for members and their guests
is every Saturday at 8 p.m.
Wednesday bingo for .members and the
public in the post hall begins at 6:30 p.m. for
warm-ups, early bird at 7 p.m. and regular
bingo at 7:30 p.m.
The post and auxiliaries' collect canned and
dry goods throughout the year for the St.
Cloud Community Pantry. Items may be
dropped off during canteen open hours. The
Ladies Auxiliary also collects Campbell Soup
Labels and Box Tops for Education for the
VFW National Home for Children. All dona-
tions are appreciated. .
Veterans council
Planning for the Veterans Day parade is
in full swing. If you are interest, 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
assistance and consultation to needy fami-
lies and veterans and their families. To vol-
unteer and for more information, call Dave
Conboy at 407-892-7409.
Union vets
Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil
War welcome descendants, historians and


interested parties to attend meetings of the
S.U.V.C.W. Lucius L. Mitchell Camp No. 4 at
the St. Cloud Senior Center Annex Building,
701 Indiana Ave., St. Cloud.
For details call Clair (Skip) Whitlam at 407-
957-9587 or visit tealah.com/Camp4.html
The group seeks to keep the country's
patriotic history alive. Its goal is to attend all
major functions related to American heritage;
To join the group or for more information,
call RonCriswell at 407-892-8268.

Miscellaneous

Remembrance Day
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 mem rnberi 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, Sonts 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
cooking, 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, and gospel singer Linda Rhodes and
Jack Baker Band.
If you have a old time craft or demonstra-
*tion you wiarnt to shaie ot want to volunteer at
the event, call 407-396-8644 and leave a
message.
Food distribution
The USDA will be donating surplus food to
needy Osceola residents who meet low-
income guidelines on Nov. 15 at various sites
in Osceola County, including the KVLS build-
ing in Oscdola Heritage Park, the BVL Com-
munity Center, Intercession City Community
Center and the Kenansville Comrniunity Cen-
ter. For more information, call Edith Gill at
407-846-8532.
Christmas bazaar
The Church of St. Luke and St. Peter,
2745 Canoe 'Creek Road in St. Cloud, will be
holding its Christmas Bazaar on Saturday,
Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to,3 p.m. This year the
church is combining the bazaar with a garage
sale. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be avail-
able for purchase.
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.
Free legal help
Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida
provides free civil legal services to low income
families. Services are provided in the areas of
housing, income maintenance, employment,
education, consumer and domestic relations.
The office in Kissimmee is located at 800 N.
Main St. Phone 407-847-0053 for an
appointment.
Bob Fisk birthday
There will be a celebration of the 87th
birthday of Robert A "Bob" Fisk at the St
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 Presby-
terian Pastor Stephen Graves, Mayor Donna
Hart, chamber of commerce President David
Lane, Osceola Library Director Edward Kil-
roy and Sons of Union Veterans Comman-
der Charles Custer. A card basket will be
available for those wishing to bring a greet-
ing card or note for Mr Fisk. All community
members are invited.
See Events, page C-8


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Loss and the
holidays
VITAS Hospice and New
Hope for Kids will host Can-
dle Lighting Orlando, an
eighth annual outdoor holiday
preparation event that brings
together people coping with
death, divorce, disaster and
other losses. Some share
their experiences, some stand
silently apart, but all are
stronger for the words they
hear and the companionship
they feel during this quiet,
music-filled evening.
The event will take place
Saturday, Nov. 11, at 6 p.m.
at the Lake Eola Amphithe-
ater in downtown Orlando.'
Parking is available in the lot
at 55 W. Central Blvd.. For
more information, contact
Elizabeth Knowlton at 407-
691-4579 or go to www.candle
lighting-orlando. org.
Fall Festival
The Fall Festival Solivita
will take place Nov. 4, 9 a.m.
3 p.m. at 395 Village Drive
in Poinciana. Free admission.
See and purchase items
created by 70 local artisans.
Some of the items include
wreaths and holiday floral
arrangements, jewelry, home
decor, greeting cards, 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
arid dance, including street
performers. There will be
readings and book signing by
Solivita authors and demon-
strations by Solivita art class-
es. Also come for lunch while
being entertained outside the
Grille.
Free dinner
Donate a unit of blood and
receive a free steak dinner the
second Wednesday of each
odd month of the year from 4
to 7 p.m. at the St. Cloud
+ Senior Center, 3101 17th St.
The dinner is sponsored by
the Independent Order of
Odd Fellows No. 66. For
more information call the
Osceola branch of Florida's
Blood Centers at 407-931-
2131.


Crime watch
The Kissimmee Neighbor-
hood Crime Watch meets the
second Thursday of every
month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Kissimmee Police Depart-
ment on Stewart Street. For
more information, call 407-
344-2591.
T'ai chi
Ongoing t'ai chi classes are
held at 5:30 p.m. Wednes-
days at the Senior Center,
109-9 Shady Lane. Free. All
ages welcome. For details call
Carmen at the center, 407-
846-8532, Ext. 241.

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-
ferred. The cost is $40 a
month; first uniforms free.
Call 321-443-2976. or 407-
433-8278.
Yacht club
The Tohopekaliga Yacht
Club meets the first Monday
of the month at Advanced
Marine, 301 13th St., St.
Cloud. Social hour is at 6:30
p.m., the meeting starts at 7
p.m. New members are being
accepted now. For informa-
ti6n, -call Commodore Randy
Woeste at 407-892-4753.
English country
dancers
The Central Florida Eng-
lish Country Dancers meet at
the St. Cloud Senior Center,
3101 17th St., St. Cloud,
Hall B on the second Satur-
day of each month from 4 to
7 p.m. The dance is very
similar to square dancing, but
no partner is required. Begin-
ners are welcome. The cost
is $1. Also, please bring a
finger-food -snack or drink to
share. For more information
contact Steve or Diana at
407-847-6055.
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.
Celebration dance
The Dance Experience
offers classes at Celebration
High School in its dance
studio. Classes are beginner
combo class, ballet I & II,
tap I & II, jazz I & II, adult
jazz/hip-hop and adult bal-
let/stretch. For more infor-
mation, contact Sabrina
Camp at Dance Experi-
ence@aol.com or 407-716-
4945.

Religion

Gospel meeting
Fortune Road Church of
Christ, 2431 Fortune Road
in Kissimmee, will host a
Gospel meeting Nov. 5-10,
with Carl Lungstrum of Col-
orado Springs, Colo. Ser-
vices will be on Sunday held
at 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m.
and 6 p.m. Monday through
Friday, services will be at
7:30 p.m. For more infor-
mation, call Mark Copeland
at 407-319-1725.
Famlee Fun Day
Cornerstone Church,
2925 Canoe Creek Road in
St. Cloud, will host Famlee
Fun Day featuring cow patty
bingo on Sunday, Nov. 12,
from 12:30-1:30 p.m. For
$10 you get family admission
and one square on the bingo
grid. Additional square on the
grid are available for $10. A
light lunch is available for
$2.50 per person. There will
.be activities .and fun for the
whole family, including
clowns, balloon animals, face
painting, hayride, cakewalk,
Fun Fam-lee Foto Op, hand
massages, games and prizes.
For more information, call
the church office at 407-
892-3300.


Caribbean Dinner
Dance
St. Francis Anglican Church
will hold its first Caribbean Din-
ner Dance on Nov. 4 at the
Best Western Main Gate East,
4018 W. Vine St. in Kissim-
mee. Donation 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 Lat-
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her father, Ogden G. Davis.
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husband, Bernard A. Oliver of
St. Cloud; daughter, Susan E.
Coverdale (Charles) of St. Cloud;
son, Thomas E. Oliver (Shari) of
Winter Park; and grandchildren,
Katie, Bryce, Brooke and Abby.
She was a loving daughter,
wife, mother, nana and friend
and will be deeply missed. '
The family received friends at
Fisk Funeral Home from 2-4
and 6-8 p.m., Thursday,
November 2, 2006. The funeral
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hold a family preparedness
fair. Topics will include
emergency preparedness,
0ood storage, family record
-storage, operation and
maintenance of emergency
:;power equipment and emer-
:gency medical prepared-
niess. Light lunch provided,
i`.or more information, call
321-766-4590.
Yard sale
Ocean St. Church of God,
1211 Ocean St. in Kissim-
f:mee, will host a yard sale'on
; Saturday, Nov. 4. There will
'be lots of adult and children's
clothingn g and household items.
':All proceeds will go toward
t..expenses of the church.
I Holiday bazaar
The St. Thomas Aquinas
Council of Catholic Women
uill be conducting its 8th
8:annual Holiday Bazaar/Craft
I'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,
N*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.
Fall holiday bazaar
Holy Redeemer Catholic
Church Council of Catholic
Women will host its annual
RFall-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.-mid-
night at the Best Western
Maingate East, 4018 W.
Vine St. in Kissimmee.
Music by Amix Productions.
Donation is $45. Attire is
formal. For tickets and infor-
mation, call 407-344-2525
or 917-628-1433,
Recovery group
In Step With the Spirit A
Christ-centered Recovery
G..roup for Alcohol and Drugs
*js a fellowship of people who
..hare their experience,
strength and hope with each
other so that they may solve
their common problems with
drugs and alcohol and grow
'fi Christ. They do this by try-
Sing to be honest with others
Sand with themselves engaging
:-the Christ-centered 12 Steps.
The group meets Thursday
'nights at 7:30 p.m.,at the
iOsceola Christian Ministry
"Center, 700 Union St.,
'Kissimmee. For more infor-
mation, call 407-944-9968.
SFaith Assembly
SFaith Assembly of God,
1406 Eastern Ave., St.
Cloud, holds a free commu-
nity gospel concert the first
Sunday of each month at
. p.m.
Seniors

St. Cloud Senior
Center
Ballroom dance to live
music Mondays, 7-10 p.m.
November schedule: Nov. 6-
Doln' It Right Music, Nov.
13-Bud Cutright Music, Nov.
20-Doin' It Right Music and
Nov. 27-Terry Carroll Music.


Country dance to live music,
couples and line. dancing, on
Saturday, 7-10 p.m. Novem-
ber schedule: Nov. 4-Simply
:Country Band, Nov. 11-
Boggy Creek Band, Nov. 18-
Simply Country Band and
Nov. 25-Boggy Creek Band.
Monday and Saturday
night dances, $2.50 donation
at the door,
The Silver Clouds Com-
munity Orchestra Welcome
Back Show will take place


Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. Dona-
tions accepted.
On Nov. 24, the center
will present Johnny Derose's
Tribute to Elvis from 7-11
p.m. Elvis impersonation by
Johnny Derose from 7-9
p.m., with dancing to the
band from 9-11 p.m. Tickets
are $5 per person, available
now from center officers.
The 41st Queen's Ball will
take place on Nov. 30 at 7
p.m. There will be a talent
show, refreshments, danicng
and the queen will be chosen.
Music provided by the Silver
Clouds Community Orches-
tra. Admission is free.
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Rovin' Artist Club every
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p.m., and Seniorcize classes
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the center at 407-957-7392;
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Driver safety
program
The AARP Driver Safety
course, eight-hours over two
days, is designed for drivers
50 and over, 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
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month at noon at the Oak
Street Community Center;
717 N. Palm Ave. Take a
covered.dish; the club pro-
vides the entree. Place set-
tings helpful but not
required. The group is spon-
sored by the Kissimmee
Parks and Recreation
Department.
Poinciana AARP
Chapter 3520 meets the
third Thursday of each
month at the Poinciana
Community Center. Dues
are $2.'50 per year. Call
863;427-0619 for more
information.
The AARP Thanksgiving
Dinner will be held Nov. 9.
The club will provide the
turkey, mashed potatoes and
gravy but asks that members
fill in the meal by providing a
covered dish such as salad,
vegetables or dessert. The
meeting is at noon on Nov.
9. The guest speaker, Bar-
bara Weyel, public education
coordinator with Osceola
County, will speak on home
fire hazards.
Senior programs
The following programs are
held at the Oak Street Com-
munity Center, 717 N. Palm
Ave., Kissimmee. Phone: 407-
847-2388.
"Peg-A-Longs" Cribbage
Club Year Round, Fridays
9:07 a.m. to 12:07 p.m. 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.

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dropped off during shop
hours. Operated by the
Ladies of St. Luke and St.
Peter Episcopal Church.
For more Information, call
the shop at 407-957-7704.
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RELIGION: A guide to religion in the area


Editors note: To correct or add any information or add a
new listing, contact the News-Gazette at 407-846-7600;
mail information to the News-Gazette, P.O. Box 422068,
Kissimmee, FL 34742; fax it to 407-933-6856; or drop it
off at.the News-Gazette Kissimmee office at 108 Church St.
across from Kissimmee City Hall, or at the St. Cloud office,
1109 10th St., between 8 a.m. and noon and 1 p.m. and 3
p.m. Monday through Friday.
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Bethel A.M.E. Church, 1702 Brack St., Kissimmee,
407-847-4446. Sunday worship services 7:45 a.m. and 11
a.m.; church school 9:30 a.m. Prayer meeting and Bible.
study Tuesday 7 p.m.
ANGLICAN CHURCH
St Francis Anglican Church, 2525 Fortune Road,
Kissimmee, 407-344-2525. Traditional Anglican worship
using the 1928 Prayer Book. Sunday school (beginning
April 3) is at 9 a.m. Sunday service with Holy Eucharist is
at 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist is at 11 a.m. Wednesday, fol-
lowed by a brown bag luncheon fellowship and Bible
study. Thursday night Bible study is at 7 p.m.
ASSEMBLIES OF GOD
Calvary Assembly of God, 711 N. Thacker
Ave.,407- 847-5673. Sunday: Sunday school for all
ages 9:30 a.m. Praise & Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
Children's Church 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Evening
Worship at 6 p.m. Youth service on Sunday 6 p.m.
Tuesday, Women's Bible Study at 10 a.m. Wednesday
prayer service 6 p.m. Worship service at 7 p.m. offer-
ing adult Bible study, Missionettes and Royal Explorers
program for girls and boys 3-18. Nursery provided.
El Faro Spanish Assembly of God meets at the
Kissimmee' Woman's Club, 1616 W. Oak St., Kissimmee,
407-870-2365. Sunday school 6:30 p.m., worship at 7:30
p.m.' Family home Bible study is on Wednesdays. Friday
worship service at 7:30 p.m.
Faith Assembly of God Church, 1406 Eastern Ave.,
St. Cloud, 407-892-5656. Sunday: Traditional worship ser-
vice 8:15 a.m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., contemporary
worship at 10:30 a.m. and the evening service at 6 p.m.
Wednesday: Youth worship service, Royal Rangers, Mis-
sionettes, and adult Bible study at 7. p.m. Turning Point
classes available; 'call for schedule. Web site www.faithas-
semblyofstcloud.com
First Spanish Assembly of God, 1006 Thacker
Ave., Kissimmee, 870-9191. Sunday school 10:30 a.m.
Worship at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday service 7:30 p.m. Friday
prayer service 7:30 p.m.
Iglesia La Nueva Jerusalen, 4925 Old Pleasant Hill
Road, Poinciana, 407-933-2622. Sunday service 10 a.m.,
evening service 6:30. Tuesday prayer, Royal Rangers and
Missionettes 7:30,p.m. Wednesday Youth meet 7:30 p.m.
Life Assembly, 2269 Partin Settlement Road, between
Kissimmee and St. Cloud, 407-847-8222. Sunday school
for all ages 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 10:30 a.m. Chil-
dren's worship and nursery 10:30 a.m. Praise afid worship
6 p.m. Wednesday family night with adult Bible study,
youth, Missionettes and Royal Rangers at 7 p.m.
THE BAHA'I FAITH
"Oneness of God, oneness of religion, oneness of
mankind." Devotions and discussions Tuesdays at 7:30
p.m. and on request. Meet in members' homes. Call 407-
931-4328.
BAPTIST
Amazing Grace Baptist Fellowship, 407-891-6254.
Meets Sundays at Hickory Tree Elementary School, Hickory
Tree Road, St. Cloud, at 9:30 a.m. for Sunday school,
10:45 a.m. -for morning worship hour, 6 p.m. for evening
service. Wednesday prayer meeting 7 p.m. at 4835 Deer
Run Road, St. Cloud.
Bible Baptist Church, 1500 E. Vine St., Kissimmee,
407-847-4087. Sunday school for all ages 9:30 a.m. Morn-
ing worship 8:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.; AWANA. Evening
worship service 6. Each Wednesday, worship service, Chil-
.dren's Choir and Ground Zero 7 p.m. Deaf ministry avail-
able at all services. Nursery provided for all services.
-. Corneristone BaptistC-hurch, 2925 Canoe Creek
Road, St. Cloud, 407-892-3300. Sunday morning: Con-
temporary Services, 9 and 10:45 a.m., The Edge (grades 6

- 12th) 9 and 10:45 a.m., Kidz Church (grades 1- 5) 9 and
10:45 a.m., Preschool (birth -kindergarten) 9 arid 10:45
a.m. Sunday evenings: Small Groups 4:30-6:30 p.m.,
AWANA 4:30-6:30 p.m. (during school year), Student Dis-
cipleship 4:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday evening: First
Wednesday of the month 7 p.m.; dinner at 5:30 p.m.
Crossroads Baptist Church, 3797 Edsel Ave., St.
Cloud, 407-891-8688. Sunday school for all ages 10 a.m.
Sunday morning worship 11,- Sunday evening worship
6:30. Wednesday prayer and Bible study 7 p.m.
Eastern Ave. Missionary Baptist Church, Eastern
Avenue between 10th and 11th streets, St. Cloud, 892-
4644. Sunday school 10 a.m., morning worship 11. Sun-
day evening service 6. Wednesday service 7:30 p.m.
Emmanuel Baptist Church, 2627 Lehigh Ave.,
Kissimmee, 407-846-8230. Sunday: Sunday school is at
9:45 a.m. Sunday morning worship is at 10:45 a.m. Sun-
day evening prayer bands are at 5:30 p.m. Baptist training
course is at 5:45 p.m. Sunday evening worship is at 6:30
p.m. Wednesday: Mid-week prayer service is at 7:30 p.m.
Faith Baptist Church of Kissimmee, 1990 Neptune
Road, Kissimmee, 407-846-0157. Sunday school for all
ages at 9:45a.m.; worship celebration at 11 a.m.with
nursery and children's church available at that time; Sun-
day. evening service at 6 p.m.with Kids Alive!; Adult Elec-
tives, KidMO-(3 years-5th grade), Revolution (Students
7th-12th grade), and nursery on Wednesdays at 6:30
p.m.; Tuesday morning Ladies Bible Study at 10 a.m.;
Man to Man Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Fellowship Baptist Church, 3880 S. Orange Blos-
som Trail, 407-846-8363. Sunday school 10 a.m., morning
service at .11, evening service at 6. Wednesday prayer ser-
vice 7 p.m.
First Baptist Church of Kissimmee, 1700 N. John
Young Parkway, 407-847-3138 (www.fbckiss.org). Sunday
school at 9:15 a.m. and 11 a.m. Worship service at 9:15
a.m. and 11 a.m. as well. Child care provided during wor-
ship services for all children up to age 5. Sunday .evening
service at 6:30. Wednesday services include student, chil-
dren, preschool and adult choir practice respectively at 5,
5:15, 5:30 and 6:30 p.m.; Bible study and prayer at 6:30
p.m.; Mission Friends and GA's/RA's 6:30 p.m. Arabic
Evangelical service Sunday at 5 p.m. Spanish service Satur-
day at 6:45 p.m.
First Baptist Church of Poinciana, 601 Walnut St.,
Poinciana, 863-427-0075. Sunday school for all ages 9:15
a.m,; Sunday worship service and children's church at
10:30 a.m., evening worship 6 p.m. First Baptist Poinciana
Hispanic Church holds Sunday school at 10:45 a.m., fol-
lowed by worship service at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday,
Awana Clubs, age 3 through sixth grade, meet at 5:55
p.m., junior and senior youth meet at 6 p.m., prayer and
Bible study at 6:30 p.m. Bus transportation available for
Sunday school and 10:30 a.m. worship service. Nursery
provided for all services.
First Baptist Church of St. Cloud, 1717 13th St.,
St. Cloud, 407-892-7125. Sunday: Life Groups/Bible
study 9 a.m.; worship service 10:30 a.m.; Kidz Church
(K-3rd grade); Spanish Mission 11:30 a.m.; Monday:
Men's prayer gathering 6 a.m.; English as a Second Lan-
guage 6:30 p.m.; Men's Bible Study 7 p.m. Tuesday:
M.O.M.S 9:15 a.m. the first and third Tuesdays; ARK
Club (Homeschoolers) 9:15 a.m. the second and fourth


Tuesday; Women's Bible study 6:30 p.m.; Co-ed Bible
Study 6:00 p.m. Wednesday: Wednesday night supper
4:45 p.m. by reservation; KIDZ Choir 5:45 p.m. (K-6th
grade); Awana program 6:45-8:00 p.m. Revolution
Youth Gathering 6:30 p.m.; Scripture and prayer gather-
ing 6:00 p.m. Thursday: Seniors LLL Club noon second
Thursday; Adult C.A.R.E. Group 6:30 p.m.; Spanish mis-
sion 7 p.m. Friday: Men's prayer gathering 6 a.m. Satur-
day: Gospel Sing third Saturday, youth building, 7 p.m.
First Freewill Baptist, 460 Home St. in Kissimmee.
Sunday school starts at 10 a.m. Morning worship begins
at 11 a.m., with worship Sunday evening at 6 p.m. and
Wednesday evening at 7 p.m.
First Haitian Baptist Mission, 1700 N. Bermuda
Ave., Kissimmee, 407-846-0408. Sunday school 11 a.m.;
worship services noon and evening services at 7:30. Bible


study 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Prayer meetings in home 7:30
p.m. Thursdays-call for address.
Free Will Baptist Church, Home Street east off
North Orange Blossom Trail, one block north of Carroll
Street, 407-933-8786. Sunday school 10 a.m. Worship
service 11 a.m. Sunday evening worship 6. Prayer meeting
7 p.m. Wednesday.
Gateway Baptist Church, 2601 Partin Settlement
Road, Kissimmee, 407-846-8595. Sunday school 9:15
a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m., evening service 6. Wednesday
Word of Life for ages 4 through teens 6:45 p.m., prayer
service 7 p.m.
Hope Baptist Church, 2440 Fortune Road, Kissim-
mee, 870-0070. Sunday worship services are at 10 a.m.
and 6 p.m. Wednesday worship is at 7 p.m.
Iglesia Bautista Central de Kissimmee, 2275
Boggy Creek Road, comer of Simpson Road, 348-0288.
Sunday: worship services 8 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sun-
day school 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday: Bible study
10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Mondays, Tuesdays and
Thursday at 9 a.m.
Iglesia Bautista Alfa y Omega meets at the Poin-,
ciana Community Center, 395 Marigold Ave., Poinciana,
407-932-4024. Sunday Bible study and worship at 9:30
a.m. Bible study Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
Iglesia Bautista de Avivamiento, 14246 Boggy
Creek Road, Orlando, 813-427-0134 or 348-4731. Sun-'
day school 10 a.m. Sunday worship services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Wednesday Bible study 7:30 p.m.
Journey Bible Church, 3220 Old Canoe Creek Road,
St. Cloud, 407-957-2057, cell 407-414-6714, www.joumey-
bible.com/. Sunday: Sunday school 9:15 a.m.; worship
10:15 a.m. Wednesday: AWANA (4-12 years) and Youth
(teens) 6:30 p.m.; adults 7 p.m. Nursery provided for all ser-
vices. Monthly events: Fun & Fellowship at pastor's house
second Friday 7 p.m.; Sunday Evening Bible Study and Fel-
lowship third Sunday 7 p.m.; covered dish fourth Sunday.
Lakewood Park Baptist Church, 721 Sylvan Ramble
Road, Davenport, 863-421-7312. Sunday school 10 a.m.
Sunday services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday service 7:30'
p.m. (Independent and fundamental)
Lighthouse Baptist Church meets at 1664 Shepherd
Lane, Intercession City, 957-6018 or 870-1611. Sunday
school 9:45 a.m. Church services 11 a.m. Sunday e'. ring
services 7. Wednesday prayer meeting and Bible' study 7 p.m.
Lockhaven Baptist Church, 14246 Boggy Creek
Road, 847-5192 or 851-5420. Sunday school,10 a.m.
Morning worship at 11. Wednesday service 7:30 p.m. Ser-'
vices also offered in Spanish, Sunday school 10 a.m.,
evening' service 7 p.m. Bible siud Wednesdays 7 p.m.'
B.A.S.I.C. (youth program) meets at various times through-
out the month.
Narcoossee Baptist Church, 870,N. Narcoossee
Road, 407-892-3567. Sunday Bible study for all ages
9:45 a.m. Worship services 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Wednesday prayer service 7 p.m. Awana for ages 3
through sixth grade every Wednesday during the school
year from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m. .
Neptune Road Baptist Church, 1620 Neptune
Road, Kissimmee, 407-847-8174. Sunday: Sunday school
9:45 a.m. Children's service 11-a.m. Worship services 11
a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday: Prayer service 7 p.m. Monday
night visitation.
New Faith Community Church of Holopaw, 5000
Holopaw Road, Holopaw, 407-892-1285. Sunday worship
9:30 a.m., Bible study 10:30 a.m. Second Sunday
service/supper 6 p.m.
New Hope Southern Baptist Church, 407-361-
7596, meets Sundays at St. Cloud Middle School,1975
Michigan Ave. Sunday school.at 9:30 a.m., morning
workshop at 10:45 a.m., Stomp youth group at 6 p.m.,
evening worship at 6 p.m. and Wednesday prayer meet-
ing at 6:30 p.m.
North Kissimmee Baptist Church and North'"
Kissimmee Christian School, 425 W. Donegan Ave., ,
Kissimmee, 407-847-5372. Sunday: Sunday school adult-
class 9:45 a.m., Sunday school children and youth class -
9:45 a.m., worship service 11 a.m. and .7 p.m. Wednesday..
Bible study and prayer 7 p.m.
The Oaks: A Church for the Communities; meets",
at Michigan Avenue Elementary School, 2015 Michigan
Ave., St. Cloud, 321-443-4316 or theoaks.net/. The Oaks
Cafe for fellowship at 9:15 a.m. and worship at 10a.m.
Old Canoe Creek Church, 3000 Old Canoe Creek'
Road, St. Cloud, 407-891-1991. Sunday school 10 a.m. ;'
worship 11 a.m. Prayer service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Open Door Missionary Baptist Church, 407-846-
8985. Sunday services held at the Poinciana Community
Center 2:30 p.m. Bible study held in the home 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday.
Osceola Bible Church, a ministry of First Baptist
Church of Central Florida, 2123 N. Smith St., Kissimmee,
932-2380. Sunday school for children and adults at 9:30
a.m. followed by worship service at 1Q:30 a.m. Bible study
and prayer meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Pine Grove Missionary Baptist Church, at 2951
Tampa Ave., Kissimmee, 407-846-8779. Sunday service
11 a.m. Bible and prayer service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Primera Iglesia Bautista Hispana de St. Cloud,
1717 13th St., St. Cloud, 407-847-7127. Sunday school 1
to 2 p.m.; Worship service 2:30 to 4 p.m. Thursday Bible
study 7 to 8:30 p.m. in building E behind the church. Every
second Saturday' at 9 a.m. Evangelism Teams.
St. Cloud Missionary Baptist Church, corner of
10th Street and Tennessee Avenue, St. Cloud, 407-892-
3444 and 407-891-0207. ,Sunday school 9:45 a.m.; Sun-
day Morning services 11 a.m. Sunday evening services 6
p.m. Midweek prayer meeting and Bible study Wednesday 7
p.m. Bible study class Thursday 7 p.m.
St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church, 400 E. Colum-
bia Ave., Kissimmee, 407-847-8348. Sunday school 9:30
a.m. Sunday morning worship 11 a.m. Prayer service/Bible
study Tuesday 7 p.m. Children's ministry Tuesday 5:15 p.m.
Sunday school teachers meeting Thursday 6:30 p.m.
Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, 602, Bermuda
Ave., Kissimmee, 846-0544. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. and
morning worship at 11. Bible training 4 p.m. and evening
worship at 5. Bible study each Monday 7:30 p.m. Prayer
meetings 7 p.m. Thursday.
Victory Baptist Church, off U.S. Highway 17-92 at
Immokalee Avenue, Intercession City. Sunday school 10
a.m., morning worship 11. Prayer bands for men and
women 6 p.m., evening service 6:30 Sundays. Service
every Wednesday 7 p.m. Ladies auxiliary meets the last Sat-
urday of each month.
Westbrook Baptist Church meets at the Orange Gar-
dens Community Building, 1114 N. George St., Kissimmee,
870-5405. Sunday worship service 10:45 a.m. Children's
church also meets.
BIBLE CHURCH
New Hope Bible Church, 1730 Vintage St., Camp-
bell City. Sunday worship service 10 a.rm. Wednesday family
night at 7.
CATHOLIC
Old Holy Roman Catholic Church, 600 Orange .
Ave., St. Cloud, 892-5703. Sunday Mass 9 a.m.; Bible
study Wednesday 7 p.m.
Sts. Perpetua and Felicity Catholic Church, 703
13th St., St. Cloud, 957-6666 or 957-5622. Saturday Holy
Mass 7 p.m. English. Sunday Holy Mass 9 a.m. Spanish,
11:30 a.m. English, 7 p.m. Spanish. Sunday Holy Rosary
11 a.m.
ROMAN CATHOLIC
Corpus Christi Catholic Church, meets in the Cele-


bration High School cafeteria, 1809 Celebration Blvd. The
church office is at 1180 Celebration Blvd., Suite 102, Cele-
bration, 321-939-1491. Masses Saturdays at 5 p.m., Sun-
days at 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, 1603 N. Thacker
Ave., Kissimmee, 407-847-2500. Daily: Monday-Friday,
7:30 a.m., 9 a.m.; Friday, 7 p.m., Spanish. Saturday
Vigil Mass: 4 p.m., English; 5:30 p.m., Portuguese; 7
p.m., Spanish. Sunday: 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m.,
noon, English; 1:30 p.m., Spanish. Holy Days: Vigil Mass
prior to Holy Days, 7:30 p.m.; Holy Days 7:30 a.m., 9
a.m., 12:15 p.m., 6 p.m.; 7:30 p.m., Spanish. Confes-
sions: Saturday, 11 a.m., 3 p.m. By appointment call'the
parish office at 407-847-2500. Bingo: Wednesday and
Saturday. For more information and a virtual tour visit
www.HRedeemer.org.


St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, 344-
9607: 2750 E. Osceola Parkway Saturday Vigil Masses:
4 p.m. in English (September-April), 5 p.m. (May-August); 7
p.m. in Spanish. Sunday Masses: 10 a.m. in English; 8:30
a.m. and 11:30 a.m. in Spanish; 1:30 p.m. in French.'
Effective June 11, Sunday Masses: 8 a.m. in Spanish; 10
a.m. in English; 11:45 a.m. in Spanish; and 1:30 p.m. in
French. Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturdays 3 p.m.
,(September-April), 4 p.m. (May-August). Weekday Masses:
Tuesday and Thursdays 9 a.m. in Spanish. Wednesday
and Fridays 9 a.m. in English.
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, 140 Pompei
Drive, Poinciana, 407-932-5004. Daily Masses: Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m.; 9 a.m. Haitian Mass, first, third
and fifth Sunday, 12:30 p.m. Confessions Saturdays, 2:30-
3:30 p.m. Weekend Masses English, Saturday, 4 p.m.;
Sunday, 9 a.m. Spanish Saturday, 7 p.m.; Sunday, 11
a.m. AIoly Days of Obligation Vigil 7:30 p.m., 8 a.m. and
7 p.m.
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Brown
Chapel and Neptune roads at the intersection of 13th
Street, St. Cloud, 957-4495. Saturday Vigil: 4:00 p.m.;
Sunday: 8:30 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 6:00 p.in.,
and 12:45 p.m. Spanish. Summer Schedule: [May 1 -
August 1] Saturday Vigil, 4:00 p.m.; Sunday, 8:30 a.m.,
10:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m.; 11:30 a.m. SpanishCorifessions:
30 minutes before each Mass.
CHRISTIAN
Disciples of Christ of Kissimmee, meets at the
Alliance Church, 1485 Mill Slough Road, Kissimmee, 348-
2584. Sunday Bible school 1 p.m.; worship services 2:30
p.m. Bible study 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Worship and prayers
7:30 p.m. Friday. All services are in Spanish.
First Christian Church, 415 N. Main St., Kissimmee,
407-847-2543. Saturday casual worship 5:30 p.m. Sunday
worship 8:40 a.m. and 11 a.m. Bible fellowship 9:50 a.m.
Spanish worship 1 p.m.
Iglesia Cristiana Amor y Verdad Inc., 219 W.
Cypress St., Kissimmee, 407-847-0225. Services: Sun-
days, worship, 10 a.m., children and youth classes also on'
Sunday; Tuesdays, prayer meeting 7:30 p.m.; Fridays,
Bible studies, 7:30 p.m.
Narcoossee Christian Church, holds worship ser-
vices each Sunday at 11 a.m., youth activities at 9:30 a.m.
and Sunday school at 10:15 a.m. at Narcoossee Communi-
ty School, 2700 N. Narcoossee Road, St. Cloud, 407-891-
9190. A Bible study fellowship group meets at 7 p.m. each
Wednesday at Rustic Acres off Boggy Creek Road. Lessons,.
activities and films for the children. !
Northeast Christian Church, 2885 Partin Settlement
Road, Kissimmee, 407-870-0520. Sunday Bible school
9:15 a.m.Sunday worship 10:30 a.m. Small groups meet
throughout the week. Wednesday fellowship meal 6 p.m.,
Bible study and activities for all ages 6:30 p.m.
Osceola Christian Church, 1122 Kentucky Ave., St.
Cloud, 892-5511. Sunday: Bible school 9:30 a.m., worship
service 10:30 a.mi., gospel hour 6:30 p.m. Family hour 7
p.m. Wednesday.
Poinciana Christian Church, 3181 Pleasant Hill
Road, Kissimmee, 407-870-9700. Sunday morning wor-
ship services 9 and 10:30. Wednesday at,7 p.m. Bible study
and youth groups for all ages.
CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE
Alianza Cristiana y Misionera, 2617 Michigan Ave.,
across from the post office, 407-846-3061. Sunday service
10 a.m. Wednesday Bible study 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Church for the Nations, 1485 Mill Slough Road,
407-846-1959. Bilingual services Sundays at 10 a.m. and 7
p.m. Bilingual prayer meeting and youth meeting Wednes-
day at 7 p.m. Cell groups meet on various evenings in
homes throughout the area. Call the church for details.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Christian Science Society of St, Cloud, 1102 Min-
nesota Ave., St. Cloud, 407-957-3002. Sunday school and
the morning church service 10:30 a.m. Wednesday evening
meetings-7:30. Reading room located at the church open to
the public Tuesdays and Saturdays from 11 a.~, to .2p.m.,
and Wednesdays-from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Child care
provided at church services and reading room.
Christian Science Society of Kissimmee, 317
Randolph Ave., Kissimmee. Sunday service 11 a.m.
Reading room where literature can be read, borrowed or
purchased at the church from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday,
except on holidays.
CHURCH OF GOD
Ocean St. Church of God, 1211 Ocean St., Kissim-
mee, 407-935-9131, 407-892-1782. Sunday school 10
a.m.; Sunday worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; worship 7 p.m.
Wednesday.
Word of Life Fellowship, 5563 S. Orange Blossom
Trail/17-92, 407-933-4803 or 407-908-1668. Service
times Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Church of Christ, 921 W. Vine St. (next to Wendy's),
Kissimmee, 407-847-5749. Bible study Sunday 9 a.m., wor-
shipO10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible study 7:30 p.m.
Church of Christ, 9th Street and Florida Avenue, St.
Cloud, 407-892-1105 or, 407-892-4185. Sunday worship
11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday Bible study 10 a.m. Wednesday
Bible study 7:30 p.m.
Downtown Church of Christ, 1504 Patrick St.,
Kissimmee, 407-344-9027. Bible study 9:30 a.m., worship
10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Fortune Road Church of Christ, 2461 Fortune
Road, Kissimmee, 407-348-0300. Sunday morning Bible
study, 9:30 a.m., worship 10:30 a.m. Evening service 6
p.m. Bible class each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. All ages are
welcome to Bible and Sunday school classes.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST-
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Meetings at 2821 Old Canoe Creek Road: Canoe
Creek Ward, Sacrament 9 a.m., YMYW Tuesday. and
enrichment the third Thursday at 7 p.m.; St. Cloud Wardr
Sacrament 1 p.m., enrichment the second Tuesday of the
month and YMYW Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Meetings are at 1900 N. John Young Parkway, Kissim-
mee. 'Kissimmee Ward meets Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m.;
youth activity night is Tuesday at 7 p.m.; the monthly
women's meeting is the third Thursday at 7 p.m. Pleasant
Hill Ward meets Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.;
youth activity night is Thursday at 7 p.m.; the Relief Society
meets on the second Tuesday. The Spanish branch meets
Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon; youth activity night is Wednes-
day at 7 p.m.; the monthly women's meeting is the second
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Visitors welcome.
COWBOY CHURCH
Mill Town Cowboy Church of Central Florida
meets each Thursday at 7 p.m. at thet eart H Ranch just
south of the 532 Intersection, 6800 S. Orange Blossom
Trail, 1 Highway 17, Davenport.. Worship service and
Kow Kids Children's Church. For more information call
407-509-6973 or visit www.cowboyministry.com
EPISCOPAL
St. John's Episcopal Church, 1709 N. John Young
Parkway (North Bermuda Avenue), Kissimmee, 407-847-
2009. Sunday Holy Eucharist Rite I at 8 a.m. and Holy
Eucharist II at 10:30 a.m. Christian education for all ages at
9:15 a.m. Family night Wednesday, supper at 6 p.m.,
teaching at 7 p.m. Nursery provided.


St. Luke & St. Peter Episcopal Church, 2745 Canoe
Creek Road, St. Cloud, 407-892-3227. Sunday: Services
8:30 a.m. (traditional) and 10:30 a.m. (family service). Child
care available for Sunday services. Praise & Worship service
Saturday at 7 p.m. Wednesday services at 11 a.m. (The
office is closed on Mondays during the summer.)
EVANGELICAL
Hope Community Evangelical Church, 1014 Mass-
achusetts Ave., St. Cloud, 407-957-0434. Sunday school
9:30 a.m., church service 10:45 a.m.
GOD'S MISSIONARY
Pleasant Hill God's Missionary Church, 3331
O'Berry Road, Kissimmee, 407-847-5024. Sunday school
9:45 a.m., morning worship 10:45 a.m., evening worship 6
p.m. Wednesday service 7:30 p.m.


INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Abundant Harvest Church, 2510 N. Thacker Ave.,
Kissimmee, 407-870-5000. Sunday services 10 a.m. and 6
p.m. Nursery provided. Thursday service at 7 p.m.
Alliance of Divine Love, meets at Energy Works, 503
Bermuda Ave., 407-870-2906. Sunday spiritual awareness
hour 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.; master mind prayer group 11
a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Course in miracles Thursdays from 7
p.m. to 9 p.m.
Back to the Old Path Holiness Church, 1132 E.
Donegan Ave., Kissimmee, 407-957-6978, 407-518-9955
or 407-496-2855. Sunday worship 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Tuesday Bible study and prayer 7 p.m.
CrossPointe Church meets Sunday at 10:30 am at
the Lake Nona YMCA, dff Narcoossee Road and North
Lake Parkway between State Roads 417 and 528. For
information call 407-207-7060 or check website at
www.crosspointe-Orlando.com/.
Freedom Tabernacle Int'l. Outreach Ministries,
meets at 1700 E. U.S. Highway 192, Kissimmee, across
from the Silver Spurs, 944-1773. Sunday: Worship service
and children's church 10:30 a.m., worship service and
youth service 6 p.m. Service Wednesday 7 p.m. Intercesso-
ry prayer Monday 7:30 p.m. School of the Spirit Friday
7:30 p.m. Nursery available at every service.
Grace Fellowship Church, 870-9268. Sunday ser-
vices are held at the Poinciana Community Center 9:30
a.m. Wednesday evening prayer and Bible study 7:30 in the
homes of various parishioners.
Heartland Community Church, 2874 E. U.S.
Highway 192, two miles east of Florida's Turnpike Exit
244 in Kissimmee, 847-9397. Sunday services 9 a.m.
and, 11 a.m. Separate services for adults and teens each
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Children's church and nursery pro-
vided during all services.
Hungry Heart's Fellowship, (941) 858-9667, meets
at the Mill Creek Mall, 1362 E. Vine St. and Oak Street,
Kissimmee. Service at 6 p.m. Sunday.
Ministry of Divine Revelation, meets at the St.
.Cloud Woman's Club, 1014 Massachusetts Ave., 891-
1435. Worship 11 a.m. Sunday, praise and worship at 6
p.m. Sunday and family fellowship at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Osceola Christian Center meets' in the' Kissimmee
Christiar Academy building, comer of Lehigh Avenue and
Martin Street, 957-5700, 957-5188 or 344-2544. Services
10 a.m. Sunday. Wednesday meetings 7 p.m.
Osceola World Prayer Center meets in the St. Cloud
Senior Center, 701 Indiana Ave., for Sunday worship at 10
a.m. Wednesday service is held at 7 p.m. Call 407-891-
1106 or cell phone 321-443-3605 for location of Wednes-
day service and more information.
'Rivers of Refreshing Church, 700 W. Vine St.,
No. 101, Kissimmee, 407-345-0420. Service Sunday at
10:30 a.m.
JEWISH
Celebration Jewish Congregation Holds Shab-
bat dinner at 6 p.m. and Reconstructionist Shabbat ser-
vices at 7 p.m. every other Friday. For details contact Iris
Kraft at 566-8322.
Congregation Shalom Aleichem, 3501 Oak Pointe.
Blvd., 3 miles south on Pleasant Hill Road off Highway 17-
92, Kissimmee, 407-935-0064, website www.shalomale-
ichem.com/. Reform Jewish services 8 p.m. the first and
third Friday of each month.
LUTHERAN
Grace Lutheran Church and Preschool, St. Cloud,
1123 Louisiana Ave., 407-892-4653 (church) and 407-.
892-9814 (preschool). Sunday services 8:30 a.m. and 11,
a.m. Sunday school and Bible classes 9:45 a.m. Weekly
Bible studies 1 p.m. Wednesday. Member LCMS. I
Peace Lutheran Church, comer of Pleasant Hill Road
and Windmill Point Boulevard, 2 miles south of Highways
17 and 92 in Kissimmee, 870-5965. Sunday Bible class
and Sunday school 9 a.m.; worship 10 a.m. Peace Lutheran
is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran synod and is in fel-
lo.'-ship wvAh the WELS. A Spanish worship service is held
Sunda.' at ncrl.,
Trinity Lutheran Church, 3016 W Vine St., 'Kiimn-
mee, 847-4204. Worship services 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Sunday school for all ages 9:45 a.m. Saturday service 5
p.m. with communion the first and third Saturdays of each,
month. Fellowship groups for elementary school youth
through senior citizens.
METHODIST
Ball Chapel AME Church, 1125 Crawford Ave., St.'
Cloud, 407-891-0070. Sunday: Church school 10 a.m.;
Worship 11 a.m. Tuesday: Prayer meeting and Bible study
6:30 p.m.
First United Methodist, 101 W. Dakln Ave., Kissim-'
mee, 407-847-3700. Sunday services at 8:15 a.m. (gospel);
9:40 a.m. (contemporary) and 11 a.m. (traditional) in the
sanctuary. Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m. Youth fellowship
6 p.m. Sunday Night Alive with supper at 5:30 p.m., and
worship at 6 p.m. in fellowship hall. Nursery available. Ser-
vices in Spanish are held in Wesley Chapel: Sundays, Sun-
day school 9:45 a.m. and worship services 11 a:m.;
Wednesday, worship services 7 p.m.; Thursdays, Bible
study/prayer 7 p.m.
1st United Methodist Church, 1001 10th St., St.
Cloud, 892-3128. Summer Schedule (June and July). Sun-
day school 8:45 a.m. with worship service at 10 a.m., along,
with children's church (ages 4 through second grade). Nurs-
ery available during Sunday service. Youth fellowship 5 p.m.
Sunday. Various Bible Study groups during week. Monday'
morning prayer group. Fellowship dinners Wednesdays
from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Family Life Center. Call the'
office for dinner reservations by Monday of each week.
Women's and Men's groups available. Choir, Bells, Chimes
and Instrumental groups available. Web site: www.stcloud-
fumc.org/. E-mail address: lstumcstcloudfl@earthlink.net. '
Good Shepherd Free Methodist, 1701 N. Thacker
Ave., Kissimmee, 847-4528. Sunday 9:45 a.m. Bible class-
es for all ages; 11 a.m. worship service, children's church.
(ages 4 through 4th grade), nursery for birth -3 years; 6,
p.m. evening service. Wednesday 7 p.m. family night, adult
Bible study with prayer, youth worship and fellowship.
Thursday 6 p.m. youth Bible quiz practice. Young adult and
senior adult groups meet monthly for fellowship.
Iglesia Metodista Unida Hispana, comer of Sproule
and Mitchell streets in Kissimrnee,(407) 935-1492. Sunday
worship services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. in the Wesley Memori-
al Chapel. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. This is the Spanish mis-
sion of First United Methodist Church.
New Beginnings, 857-6746, a United Methodist min-
istry serving the BVL and Meadow Woods areas. Small
basic Christian communities being formed to meet in local
homes for prayer, Christian Bible study, mutual ministry and
community service. It has a multiethnic focus.
Peace United Methodist Church of Hunter's Creek,
13502 Town Loop Blvd., 407-438-8947, www.peaceum-
corlando.org/. Sunday schedule: 8:15 a.m. early worship;
9:30 a.m. contemporary praise service and church school; 11
am. traditional service and church school; 6 p.m.U-Turn
Youth worship; youth fellowship 4:30 p.m. middle school,
5:30 p.m. high school. Saturday: 6 p.m. contemporary praise
service and church school. Wednesday: 7 p.m. Disciple.
Teaching Service and Kids' Programs. Nursery: Sunday 9:30
and 11 a.m., Saturday 6 p.m., Wednesday 7 p.m.
Primera Iglesia Metodista Libre en Kissimmee,,
meets at Good Shepherd Free Methodist Church, 1701 N.
Thacker Ave., Kissimmee. Worship service 1 p.m. Sunday
in church sanctuary.
St. James AME Zion, 719 N. Bermuda Avenue, 847-
3025. Sunday school 9:45 a.m., worship 11 a.m. Bus ser-


vice provided Sundays from 9 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Wednesday
service 7:30 p.m.
Shingle Creek United Methodist, 2420 Old Vineland
Road, Kissimmee, 407-396-6364. Sunday school 9:30 a.m.,
morning worship 10:30 a.m. each Sunday. A worship ser-
vice in Spanish is held Sundays at 6 p.m.
MESSIANIC
CMDY, Hispanic Messianic congregation, meets at
1240 S. John Young Parkway, Challfoux Plaza (behind
Leggz dancing school), Kissimmee, 407-414-7858. Shab-,
bat services Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday at 11 a.m.
and 3 p.m. Services in Spanish and translation into Eng-
lish as needed.
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NAZARENE
Kissimmee First Church of the
Nazarene, 1550 Mill Slough Road,
Kissimmee, 847-5510. Senior adult
Bible class 9:45 a.m. Worship
service/church for children 10:45 a.m.
Evening Bible study 6., Wednesday
devotional hour 7 p.m.
..Iglesia del Nazareno de
Kissimmee, 2367 Fortune Road,
Kissimmee, 407-348-9575. Sunday
school classes for all ages at 10 a.m.
Sunday worship service at 11 a.m.
Youth: Sunday 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
o6rship service for the whole family at
7:30 p.m. Services in Spanish.
St. Cloud Church of the
Nazarene, 19th Street and Michigan
Avenue, St. Cloud, 407-892-1682.
Sunday Bible study for all ages 9:45
a:m.; worship service and children's
church 10:45 a.m.; evening worship
6:30. Wednesday Bible study, youth,
adult; Children's Caravan study and,
activities 7 p.m.
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Breakthrough Ministries, 855
E. Irlo Bronson Highway, St. Cloud,
407-957-9700. Services Sundays 10
inm. and Wednesdays 7 p.m.
Calvary Chapel South Orlando,
407-240-1975 or www.calvarychapel-
southorlando.com. The contemporary,
Bible-based fellowship meets, Sundays
at Hunter's Creek Middle School,
1-3400 Town Loop Blvd., at 10 a.m.
for Calvary Cafe and at 10:30 a.m. for
the service. A' Wednesday service is
held at 7 p.m. at the Agape Center,
1,140 Donegan Ave., Kissimmee. Min-
istries include children's, teen's, men's,
ladies' and musicians.
Christ Our Savior Fellowship,
meets at the VFW, 915 New York
Ave., St. Cloud, 407-891-3825. Sun-
day: Sunda4y school 9:30 a.m.; wor-
sfip service 10:30 a.m. Wednesday:
service (call for time),
Christian Community Church,
teets at Canoe Creek Charter School,
3600 Canoe Creek Road, Room 113,
St. Cloud, 407-240-5359. Worship ser-
vices are Sundays at 10:45 a.m: and 6
p.m. Sunday school is at 10 a.m.
Christian Life Church, meets at
the P:M. Wells Charter School, comer
of Partin Settlement Road and Rem-
ington Boulevard,'Kissimmee, 407-'
933-5371 or 407-908-8057. Services
are Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
arid Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Church of Christ, 9th Street and
Florida Avenue, St. Cloud, 892-1105
or 892-4185. Sunday worship 11 a.m.
and 6 p.m.; Sunday Bible study 10 a.m.
Wednesday Bible study 7:30 p.m.
Church of Reconciliation Wor-
ship Center, 855 Irlo Bronson High-
way, corner of U.S. Highway 192 and.
Crawford Avenue, St. Cloud, 407-729-
3605. Sunday worship at 11 a.m. and
6 p.m. Thursday worship at 7 p.m.
.c Destiny Church, 2220 E. U.S.
Highway 192, Suite 1, .Kissimmee,
870-2592. ,Meetings Sundays at
1,0:30 a.m. Call for additional services.
:. Destiny International Christ-
iin Center Church, 205 Cypress,
Road, Kissimmee, 407-729-0495.
Sri': Sunda 1Q:3,0 am. apn4,
T.i.l -',j ., 210 p m,
Encounter Church meets Fri-
days at Best Western Hotel on U.S.
Highway 192 between the Silver
Spurs Arena and Florida's Turnpike.
The service is from 7 to 9 p.m., fol-
lowed by a cafe bar from 9 to 11
p.m. Call 407-870-0773 or visit
www.encounterlife.org/.
End-Time Revival, 2006 Michi-
gan Ave., Kissimmee, 407-944-
0340. Services 11:30 a.m. Sunday
and.Fridays at 7:30 p.m.
Faith Harvest Worship Cen-
ter, 1537 Mill Slough Road, Kissim-
hYee, 407-932-1025. Sunday: Sun-'
day school 9:45 a.m.; services 11. a.m.
arid 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible study for
all ages 7 p.mr. Friday nights teen
nights; call for events.
;. Florida Victory Church, 1400
Sugar Cane Drive, Kissimmee, 407-
8:70-0773, e-mail victoryflorida
@yahoo.com. Men's Bible Study at
6-a.m. Tuesday, followed by break-
fast. Miracle Meetings about deliver-
ance, miracles and healings are Sun-
days at 6 p.m.
., Hickory Tree Road Communi-
ty Church, 1215 Old Hickory Tree
Road, St. Cloud, 407-908-2191. Sun-
day: Sunday school 9:45 a.m., wor-
ship service 10:45 a.m., Bible study 6
p.m. Youth group 7:10 p.m. First and
third Saturday: men's breakfast 9 a.m:
Mbnthly ladies group events.Wednes-
days: Family dinner 6 to 7 p.m.,
Unveiling Purpose 7 to 7:15 p.m., cell
groups for men, women and children
7:15 to 8:45'p.m.
Hope Center for Christ, 556
Bar Drive, Poinciana, 427-0298. Sun-
day school 11 a.m., Sunday worship
noorn. Bible study 7 p.m. each Tues-
day, prayer service at 7 p.m. Thurs-
day, also ministering prayer to the sick
and deliverance. All night prayer every
third Friday of the month.
,, Joy! Family Worship Center,
meets at Ramada Inn, 2009 W. Vine
St., Kissimmee, in the Brittan meeting
rqom; 407-957-1564. Worship service
is Sunday at 10:30 a.m:
a. Love Temple Fellowship, meets
at 101 W. Cypress St., Suite E, Kissim-
mee, 407-847-3696. Sunday: 9:30
a.m. Christian enrichment hour; 10:30
a.m. worship service. Wednesday: 7
p.rn. Hour of power and deliverance.
New Birth Church, 1213 Cen-
tral Ave., Kissimmee, 407-797-8185.
Sunday school 10 a.m. Sunday wor-
ship 11:30 a.mr. Wednesday Bible
study and family fellowship 7 p.m. Fri-
day Youth services 7 p.m.
New Destiny Kingdom Life
Ministries, 1830 N. Main St., Kissim-
mee, 407-944-1211. Sunday services
8.a.m. and 10 a.m. Children's church
available. Bible study Wednesday or
Friday at 7 p.m.
New Life and New Hope
Church of Jesus Christ, meets at


5595 E. U.S. Highway 192, 407-
892-2575. Especially for singles,
divorced, separated, remarrieds, wid-
ows, widowers and families. Call for
meeting times and'directions.
New Life Ministries, 1116 E.
Donegan Ave., Kissimmee, 943-
8803. Sunday: Morning prayer, 6:30
a.m., Sunday school, 10 a.m.; morn-
ing worship, 11 a.m. Every first Mon-
day: Ishah Elohim, 7 p.m. Wednes-
day: Fasting and prayer, 10 a.m.;
Bible study/evangelistic service, 7
p.m. Friday: Youth meeting, 7 p.m.


New Light Chapel, 123 Broad-
way, Kissimmee, 407-931-3648 or
407-870-7335. Sunday service 11
a.m. Bible study 7 p.m. Wednesday.
New Testament Church of
God, 1266 S. John Young Parkway,
407-944-0441. All are welcome.
Sunday school is 9:30-10:30 a.m..
Morning worship is 11 a,m.-l p.m.
River of Life Ministry, Best
Western Hotel (across from the
Osceola'Mall), 4018 W. Vine St.,
Ambiance Conference Room, 407-
870-9371. Sunday service 10 a.m;-
11:30 a.m. Thursday Bible Study 7
p.m.-8 p.m.
Solid Rock Church of God,
1904 N. Michigan Ave., Kissim-
mee,407-847-3500. Workship service
Sunday at 11 a.m. Bible study and
prayer meeting Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
and Wednesday at 7 p.m. A multi-cul-
tural non-denominational congregation.
Standing in the Gap Ministries,
1431 Palmway Ave., Kissimmee, 348-
0003. Sunday praise and worship 9
and 11 a.m. Wednesday Bible study
7:30 p.m.
Sword of the Spirit Christian
Church, 2525 Fortune Road, Kissim-
mee, 407-994-2333. Services are
scheduled for 1 p.m. Sunday and 7
p.m. Wednesday.
True House of Jesus Christ,
meets at 800 Office Plaza, Suite 401,
Kissimmee, 407-935-9827. Sunday
school 10 a.m., worship at noon. Bible
study Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Evangelis-
tic service Friday 7:30 p.m.
Universal Circle of Light, meets
at Holiday Inn Downtown Kissimmee,
corner of Thacker Avenue and Vine
Street, 407-397-9239. Sunday wor-
ship 3 to 4:30 p.m.; Tuesday healing
class 10 to 11:30 a.m.; and Wednes-
day Bible study 7 to 8:30 p.m.
PENTECOSTAL
Church of God, 501 Dakota
Ave., St. Cloud, 892-3838.'Sunday
school 10 a.m., worship 11 a.m. Sun-
day evening service 6. Wednesday
evening service 7.
Church of (Qod Living
Waters, 1001 Carroll St., Kissimmee,
847-6387. Sunday school 10 a.m.;
morning worship and children's church
10:50 a.m.; evening worship service 6
p.m. Wednesday service 7 p.m.
Church of God Poinciana
'New Testament, meets at 4545
Pleasant Hill Road, Suite 105, Poin-"
piana, in Bridgeport Comrfierce Park,
behind Avatar Realty. Sunday school
10 a.m., Sunday services 11 a.m. and
6 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Friday
youth service 7:30 p.m.
New Life Worship Center, 819
N. Central Ave., Kissimmee, 407-953-
1030. Sunday school 9:45 a.m., wor-
ship services 11 a:m: and 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday worship service 7:30 p.m.
.Eglise-,de Dieu Haitienne, 1320
W: Bryan St., Kissimmee, 846-1129.
Sunday school 10 a.m. Sunday worship
service 11:30 a.m. Tuesday Bible study
7:30 p.m. Thursday prayer service
7:30 p.m. Fasting and prayer Saturday
9 a.m. All services are in French/Cre-
oler Transportation available, ..
.'4aith Church of God-Kissim-,
mee, 2380 N. Smith St., 240-5178.'
Sunday school 10 a.m., divine worship
11 a.m. Wednesday prayer meetings in
homes 7:30 p.m. Free pickup offered.
First Apostolic Church, 2317
Clay St., one block west of Thacker
Avenue, 348-6521. Sunday service at
noon. Bible study 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
days. Individual or family home Bible
study available.
1st United Church of Jesus
Christ Apostolic, 550 E. Jackson
St., Kissimmee, 847-4009 or 846-
6864. Sunday school 10 a.m., wor-
ship services noon and 7 p.m. Tuesday
service 7 p.m. Prayer service for young
people 7 p.m. Friday.
First United Pentecostal
Church, 1557 Mill Slough Road,
Kissimmee, 847-9141. Sunday ser-
vices 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Sunday
school 10 a.m. Prayer Tuesday 7 p.m.
Bible Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.-
Gladtidings Pentecostal
Assembly, 4545 Pleasant Hill
Road, Oakbridge Commons, Suite
105, Poinciana, 407-944-0200,
407-847-0217. Sunday school 10
a.m. Sunday service 11 a.m.
Wednesday Bible class 7 p.m. Friday
youth service 7 p.m.
Hope Center for Christ, 556
Bar Drive, Poinciana, 427-0298. Sun-
day school 11 a.m., Sunday worship
noon. Bible study 7 p.m. each Mon-
day, also ministering prayer to the sick
, and deliverance. All night prayer the
third Friday of each month.
Iglesia de Cristo Misionera,
M.I., 1013 Dakota Ave., behind Ross
Jeffries School, St. Cloud, 957-3950.
All services in Spanish. Sunday school
10 a.m., evening service 6:30. Tues-
day and Thursday services 7:30 p.m.
Iglesia Cristo Misionera, 1003
Brack St., Kissimmee, 846-8531.
Worship service 7 p.m. Sunday.
Prayer night and Bible study 7:30
p.m. Wednesday. Bible school 7:30
p.m. Friday.
Iglesia de Dios Mision Board,
2361 Fortune Road, Kissimmee, 348-
0015 or 352-6633. All services are in
Spanish. Sunday school 1:30 p.m.,
worship 2:30 p.m. Wednesday Bible
study and prayer 7:30 p.m. Saturday
service is held in homes.
Iglesia de Dios Mission Board;,
907 Kentulicky Ave., St. Cloud, 957-
0367. Sunday school 10 a.m. Sunday
worship service 7 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday services 7:30 p.m.
Iglesia de Dios Pentecostal,
M.I., 2519 Fortune Road, 348-7705.
Sunday school in Spanish 10 a.m.,
Sunday evening worship 6:30. Tues-
day prayer service 7:30 p.m. Thursday
worship 7:30 p.m. Friday service 7:30
p.m. in Spanish.
Iglesia El Camino and Cole-
gio de Capacitacion Ministerial,
3301 W. Oak St., corner of Dyer
Boulevard, Kissimmee, 407-847-


5400. For the Hispanic community.
Sunday school 9:30 a.m., worship
service 10:30 a.m. Prayer and chil-
dren's church Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Bible College Monday 7 p.m. Prayer
meeting Friday 7:30 p.m.
Iglesia Pentecostal Roca de
Salvaion, meets at 1238 S. Bermu-
da Ave., Kissimmee, 348-0829. All
services in Spanish. Sunday school
10 a.m., Sunday worship service 6.
p.m. Services Tuesdays and Thurs-
days 7:30 p.m.
Kissimmee'Pentecostal Assem-


bly, 722 Main St., Kissimmee, 847-
0005. Sunday school 10:30 a.m.;
Sunday worship 11:30 a.m. Bible
study Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Youth
service Friday 7:30 p.m.
Promise.Land Ministries,
2006 Smith St., Kissimmee,-931-
2233. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.,
morning worship 11 a.m., an evan-
gelistic service 6:30 p.m. every
Sunday. Prayer service Wednesdays
7:30 p.m., youth service .Fri-
days7:30 p.m.
Poinciana Pentecostal Church
of God, 4912 Pleasant Hill Road,
Kissimmee, (941) 944-1151. Sunday
school, 10:30 a.m.; Sunday worship,
11:30 a.m.; Sunday evening service,
6:30. Prayer and Bible studies,
Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
True House of .Jesus Christ,
1111 Kentucky Ave., St. Cloud,. 935-
9827. Sunday school 10 a.m., chil-
dren's Sunday school, 10 a.m. to
noon, Sunday worship noon. Wednes-
day: Bible study 7:30 p.m., evangelis-
tic service 7:30 p.m. .
Souls Harvest Church, meets at
1557 Eastern Ave., St. Cloud, 957-
1255. Sunday church service and Sun-
day school 10. a.m., church service 6
p.m. Bible study 7 p.m.Tuesday.
PRESBYTERIAN
Community Presbyterian
Church in Celebration, 51.1 Cele-
bration Ave., 407-566-1633. Sunday:
classical worship service 8:30 a.m.;
blended worship service 11 a.m. Sun-
day school for all ages 9:45 a.m. to .
10:45 a.m. Mid-week "Oasis" Bible
studies for all ages Wednesdays from
6 p.m.,to 8 p.m.
El Buen Vecino Spanish Pres-
byterian Church meets at 2700
Boggy Creek Road, next to the BVL
Winn-Dixie Shopping Center, 407-
344-0450. Sunday school 9:30
a.m.; worship'11 a.m. Bible studies
Tuesday 7:30 p.m. starting with a
prayer service. Meets first and second
Wednesday at. 10 a.m. for coffee
Sand Bible chats. Pastoral counseling
Tuesday to Fridays from 9:30 a.m.
to noon. Youth, women arid men's
groups meet once a month.
First Presbyterian Church, 15
W. Church'St., Kissimmee, 847-
2807. Worship service 8:45 a.m.
and 11 a.m. Sunday. Sunday school
for all ages 9:45 a.m. Youth activities
4 p.m. Sunday.
Pleasant Hill Presbyterian,
3250 Pleasant Hill'Road, 846-1318.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
(ARP) church. Sunday school 9:30
'a.m., worship 10:50 a.m.
St. Cloud Presbyterian, 10th
,Street and Indiana Avenue, St. Cloud,


407-892-2813. Sunday: contempo-
rary worship service, at 8:30 a.m.;
Sunday school for all ages at 9:40
a.m.; traditional worship service at Tl
a.m. Thursday: Seekers Bible study
group at 7 p.m. Presbyterian Youth
meets Sunday evening at 6 p.m. Dur-
ing Lent and Advent, Wednesday mid-
week services 7:30 p.m.
SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST
Iglesia Adventista del Septi-
mo Dia, 1219 N. Ingram St.,
Kissimmee, 870-9391 or 848-5081.
Saturday services 9:30 a.m. and 11
a.m.; prayer meeting 8 p.m.
Wednesday; and youth meeting 3
p.m. Friday.
Kissimmee Seventh-day
Adventist, 2391 Fortune Road,
Kissimmee, 348-0066. Sabbath
school Saturday at 9:20 a.m., morn-
ing worship 11 a.m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 7.
Poinciana Seventh-day
Adventist Mission worships at
the Church of God, 4912 Pleasant
Hill Road near Doverplum Avenue,
(941) 427-0731. Saturday: Sab-
.bath school 9:15 a.m., divine wor-
ship 11 a.m. Prayer meeting Tues-
days 7:30 p.m.
Shuler St. Cloud Seventh-day
Adventist, 38 E. 10th St., St. Cloud,
392-7800 or 344-0226. Worship ser-
vice'll a.m. each Saturday, Sabbath
school 9 30 a m Prayer meeting each
Tuesday 7 30 p mr
SALVATION ARMY
The Salvation Army, corner
of Bermuda Avenue and Emmett
Street, 3 S. Bermuda Ave., Suite
9, 931-4343. Sunday: Sunday
school 10 a.m., holiness rfleeting
11 a.m. Wednesday: Women's
ministry 11 a.m. Thursday: Bible
study 7:30 p.m.
SPIRITUALIST
The Church of Spiritual
Awakening meets at 2978 Old
Dixie Highway, Suite E, Kissimmee,
407-851-6510. Sunday services at
10 a.m., followed by fellowship-.
Mini-readings are held the third Sun-
day of the month following services.
Children's lyceum (Sunday school) is
held for all ages.
WESLEYAN
Community Wesleyan Church,
beside the post office in Intercession
City, 931-2087 or 933-5125' Sunday
school 9:30 a.m. Morning worship
10:30 a.m. Evening service 6 p.m.
Wednesday prayer and praise service 7
p.m.; a missionary service is held the
first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m.


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

for your information and
protection. P bic NotceS


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
SAbandoned 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 the lot located
at 145 Scott Boulevard, Kissim-
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.
150 Second Avenue No.,
Suite 1700
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Telephone: (727) 502-8220
Facsimile: (727) 502-8282
Attorneys for
Sherwood Forest
October 28, 2006
November 4, 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.
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 copy
of your written defenses, if any,
to it, on: MARSHALL C. WAT-
SON, P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff,
whose address is 1800NW49th
Street, Suite 120,--Fort-Laud--
erdale, 7i,.,' ', 3 ."' .:,-. .:r
before tr.i .- Ir. j .ri r ,,. -.
BER 2006, a date which is with-
in thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this Notice in the
-p Osceola News-Gazette, and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
the'Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs 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 23rd
day of October 2006.'
LARRY WHALEY
As CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Is/Kathy Rodriguez
'KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
06-07622
October 28, 2006
November 4. 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-DAV(DSON
MOTORCYCLE
VIN #: 1 HD1 FHW16XY625305
The Osceola County Sheriffs
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 Contraband
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 Forfeiture.
/s/ Linda Penny
LINDA PENNY, Esquire
Florida Bar #t: 3397.Zl
Osceola County Sheriff's Office
2601 E. Irio Bronson Highway
Kissimmee, Florida 34744
Telephone: (407) 348-1146
October 28, 2006
November 4, 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,
RespondentJHusband.
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, Attomrney for
Petitioner, SHYRIL TOMLIN-
SON-TAYLOR, whose address
is 12 S. Orlando Avenue,
Kissimmee, FL 34741, on or
before NOVEMBER 27, 2006,
and file the original with the
- Clerk of this Court before service
on Petitioner or immediately
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 Procedure,
requires certain automatic dis-
closure of documents and infor-
mation. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of pleadings.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on October 25,
2006.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: Is/T.S.
TS..
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.
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
Estate of MARK E. COLLINS,
deceased, whose date of death
was January 29, 2002, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for.Osce-
ola County, Florida, Probate
Division; the address of which is:
Osceola County Courthouse, 2
Courthouse Square, Suite 2000,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent,
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this.
notice is required to be served,
must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION 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 dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
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
October28,-2006
.November 4, 2006


NOTICE OF SALE
The following vehicles will be
sold at Public Auction for cash to
satisfy lien pursuant to Florida
Statutes 713.78 on NOVEM-
BER 24 2006 at 10-00 AM
1)1988 GMC
VIN #: 2GTGK39J6J1564084
2) 1989 DODGE
VIN #: 1B4FK5433KX601867
3) 1998 CHEVY
VIN#:1GNDM19WXWB156845
14) 1993 MAZDA
VIN #: 1YVGE22B5P5159632
5) 1997 FORD
VIN #: 1 FBJS31S3VHA67494
6)1996 MAZDA
VIN #: JM1TA2218T1210923
ARC TOWING Inc.
7421 W. Irdo Bronson Highway
Kissimmee, Florida 34747
Telephone: (407) 396-7076
Fax #: (407) 869-920?
November 4, 2006


NOTIdE OF SALE
The following vehicles will be
,sold at Public Auction.for cash to
satisfy lien pursuant to Florida
Statutes 713.78 on DECEMBER
8 2006 at 10,00AM
1) 1989 SUZUKI
VIN #: JS1GV72A5K2101373
2) 1997 LEXUS
VIN #: JT8BF22GXV5001470
3) 1996 TOYOTA
VIN #: JT3XP10V5T0003898
4) 1988 DODGE
VIN #: 1B3BE36KOJC162300
5) 1996 CHEVY
VIN #: 1G1JC1240TM115172
ARC TOWING Inc.
7421 W. Irio Bronson Highway
Kissimmee, Florida 34747
Telephone: (407) 396-7076
Fax #t: (407) 869-9206
November 4, 2006


NOTICE OF SALE
The following vehicles will be
sold at Public Auction for cash to
satisfy lien pursuant to Florida
Statutes 713.78 on DECEMBER
15 2006 at 10,00 AM
1) 1993 PLYMOUTH
VIN #: 1P4GH44R4PX523736
2) 1994 LINCOLN
VIN #: 1LNLM91V7RY648655
3) 1994 NISSAN
VIN #: 1N4EB31F5RC821472
4) 1998 NISSAN
VIN #: 1N4DL01D4WC164987
5)1998 BUICK
VIN t: 2G4WS52M1W1534960
ARC TOWING Inc.
7421 W. Irio Bronson Highway
Kissimmee, Florida 34747
Telephone: (407) 396-7076
Fax t: (407) 869-9206
November 4, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
General Jurisdiction Division.
Case Number Cl 06-MF-1996.
COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS Inc.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMESON M. POWELL, et al.,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
To: JAMESON M. POWELL;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JAMESON M. POWELL; JOHN
DOE and JANE DOE, whose
residence is: 4402 Brave Lane,
St. Cloud, Florida 34772, and
who is evading service of
process, and the unknown
defendants who may be spous-
es, heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, creditors,
trustees, and all parties claiming
an interest by, through, under or
against the Defendant(s), who
are not known to be dead or
alive, and all parties having or


claiming to have any right, title or
interest in the property described
in the mortgage being fore-
closed herein..
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following prop-
arty'
Lot 15, Block C, TEKA VIL-
LAGE PHASE 1, Phase 1,
according to the Plat thereof, as


recorded in Plat Book 5, Page
184, of the Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida.
TOGETHER WITH a 1984
Double-Wide Mobile Home, VIN
#: PH19154AFL and
PH19154BFL
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
to it on: DAVID J. STERN,
Esquire, Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is: 801 South
University Drive, Suite 500,
Plantation, Florida 33324, on or
before DECEMBER 4,2006, (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 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 or petition filed
herein.
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 document; if you
are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-(800) 955-8771.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court at Osceola
County, Florida, on this 31 st day
of October 2006.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: I/s/ Betsy Quitnones
BETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Law office of: DAVID J. STERN
801 South University Drive
Suite 500
Plantation, Florida 33324
06-58271 (CWF)
November 4, 11, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT'
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
OSCEOLA COUNTY.
Case Number: Cl 06-MF-2231.
REGIONS BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MICHAEL J. GONZALEZ, a/k/a
.MICHAEL GONZALEZ, if living,
and if dead, the unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,;
grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees and all other
parties claiming an interest by,
through, under or against
MICHAEL J. GONZALEZ, a/k/a
MICHAEL GONZALEZ;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
MICHAEL J. GONZALEZ, a/Ida
MICHAEL GONZALEZ; BEN-
JAMIN MILSTEAD; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF BENJAMIN MIL-
STEAD; 2050 CONDOTEL INN
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIA-
TION Inc; UNKNOWN TENANT
# 1; UNKNOWN TENANT # 2,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: MICHAEL J. GONZALEZ,
alk/a MICHAEL GONZALEZ
and UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
MICHAEL J. GONZALEZ, a/k/a
MICHAEL GONZALEZ,
Last khiown address:
26860 Canyon End Road
Canyon Country, CA 91387
And: 2050 East Irio Bronson
Memorial Highway, # 271,
Fi. i;n,,T,. e Fik:.,.j.a 1.4--W
Ii -h,., ir, j. .- a n .1 l ;a- ,ies
.:I ,,T,,,-,.,_ .,.-. r | I:., Ir,.:.ugh ,
ur.3-, .:.r aga.-r.I r.]IlCi- EL J.
GONZALEZ, a/k/a MICHAEL
GONZALEZ, AND ,UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF MICHAEL J.
GONZALEZ, a/k/a MICHAEL
GONZALEZ, and all parties hav-
ing or claiming to have any right,
title or interest in the property
described herein.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mort-
gage on the following described
property"
Unit No. 271, 2050 CONDOTEL
INN, a condominium, according
to the Declaration of Condomini-
um, as recorded in O.R. Book
2785, Page 2890, 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: SUSAN YEONG J.
KANG, Attorney for Plaintiff,
whose address is 2901 Stirling
Road, Suite 300, Fort Laud-
erdale, Florida 33312, on or
before DECEMBER 4, 2006,
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on the Plaintiff's attomey
or immediately thereafter, other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs accommoda-
tion in order to participate in this
proceedings, you are entitled, at
no cost to ypu, 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.
This is an attempt to collect a
debt. Any information obtained
will be used for that purpose.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on this 31st
day of October 2006.
LARRY WHALEY
As CLERK OF THE COURT
By: /s Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
November 4, 11, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
OSCEOLA COUNTY.
CIVIL DIVISION.
Case Number: Cl 06-MF-2473.
CITIMORTGAGE Inc.,
Plaintiff,

FRANCIS E. RICHARDS;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
FRANCIS E. RICHARDS, if liv-
ing, including any unknown
spouse of said Defendant(s), if
remarried, and if deceased, the
respective unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees,
creditors, lienors and trustees,
and all other persons claiming
by, through, under or against the
named Defendant(s); INDIAN
POINT HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION Inc., WHETHER
DISSOLVED OR PRESENTLY
EXISTING, TOGETHER WITH
ANY GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS OR TRUSTEES OF
SAID DEFENDANT(s) AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST DEFEN-
DANT(s); UNKNOWN TENANT
# 1; UNKNOWN TENANT # 2,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: FRANCIS E. RICHARDS;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
FRANCIS E. RICHARDS, if liv-
ing, including any unknown
spouse of said Defendant(s), if
remarried, and if deceased, the
respective unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees,


creditors, lienors, and trustees,
and'all other persons claiming
by, through, under or against the
named Defendants, whose resi-
dence is:
47054 Malburg Way Drive,
Macomb, MI 48044.
YOU ARE HEREBY required to
file your answer or written
defenses, if any, in the above
proceeding with the Clerk of this


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
We hereby give notice that the Board of Adjustment will hold a
Public Hearing at 5:30 P.M., November 16, 2006, in the City Com-
mission Chambers located on the first floor, 101 North Church'Street,
Kissimmee, Florida to hear the following:
The applicant is requesting a variance to Sections 14-2-80(F)(1) of
the City of Kissimmee's Land Developmnent Code in order in order to
reduce the minimum vehicle stacking requirements. The property is
located on the northwest comer of Columbia and Central Avenues in
the MUPUD (Mixed Use Planned Unit Development) zoning district.
This is a Public Hearing and any interested property owners will be
heard regarding this application. We will receive written protests until
5:00 P.M., November 9, 2006.
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTE 286.105: ANY
PERSON WISHING TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER
CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING WILL NEED A
RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSES
MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF SUCH
PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TES-
TIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WITH THE APPEAL IS MADE.
BOA # 06-007
DRC # 06-165
November 4, 2006


NOTICE OF MEETING AND PUBLIC HEARING
TO BE CONDUCTED BY THE CITY COMMISSION
OF THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
Please be advised.that the City Commission of the City of Kissim-
mee, Florida (the "City"), plans to hold a public hearing'at its meeting
on NOVEMBER 14, 2006, at 6:00 P.M., in the City Hal Commission
Chambers, 101 North Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida 34741.
Pursuant to Section 180.301, Florida Statues, the purpose of the
public hearing Is to consider (i) the Poinclana System Transition Inter-
local Agreement between the Tohopekaliga Water Authority and Polk
County, Florida (the "Poinciana Agreement") and (ii) the FGUA Trans-
fer Agreement between the Tohopekaliga Water Authority and the
Florida Governmental Utility Authority (the "FGUA Agreement"), and
following that public hearing, the City plans to take those actions
authorized by law, including the consent to the Poinciana Agreement
in order to cause the acquisition and transfer of the Poinciana water
and wastewater utility system (the "Poinciana System') and other
assets, rights and obligations set out in those agreements from the
Florida Govemmental Utility Authority to the Tohopekaliga Water
Authority. The Poinciana System is located partly in Osceola County
and partly in Polk County. All capitalized terms used in this Notice not
defined herein and shall have the meanings set forth in the Poinciana
Agreement or FGUAAgreement, as applicable.
Persons interested may appear and be heard at said time and
place.
Any person deciding to appeal any decision of the City with respect
to any matter considered at this meeting will need a record of the pro-
ceedings. For such purpose, he/ she may need to ensure that a ver-
batim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the,appeal is to be based.
Copies of the related agreements related or supporting documents
may be obtained from Brian L. Wheeler, Executive Director,
Tohopekaliga Water Authority, 101 North Church Street, 2nd Floor,
Kissimmee, Florida, 34741, or from the office-of the City Clerk 101
North Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida 34741.
Any person requiring special accommodations at the public meeting
because of a disability or physical impairment should contact the City
Clerk at (407) 518-2308.
November 4, 2006


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
CITY OF KISSIMMEE
PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD
The City of Kissimmee Planning Advisory Board will hold a public
hearing to consider amending Ordinance No. 2038 know as the City
of Kissimmee Land Development Code. The public hearing will be
held on Wednesday, November 15, 2006, at 5:30 P.M. or as soon
thereafter as possible, in the City Commission Chambers, located on
the first floor of City Hall, 101 North Church Street, Kissimmee, Flori-
da 34741.
* The proposed amendments to be discussed at the public hearing
would be as follows:
An ordinance amending the Land Development Code Section An
ordinance amending the code of the City of Kissimmee, Florida chap-
ter 14-2-city of Kissimmee Land Development Code..
,adding section 14-2-47 community redevelopment area bed and
breakfast overlay district by including a new reference repealing all
ordinances in conflict herewith and providing an effective date.
14-2-47 Community Redevelopment Area Bed & Breakfast Over-
lay District. The proposed amendment would add the, possibility of
locating Bed and Breakfasts in certain areas of the Community Rede-
velopment Area (CRA).
The Planning Advisory Board, following the hearing, may recom-
mend to the City Commission that the amendment is adopted as pro-
posed, that changes be made to the amendment, or that the amend-
ment not be adopted.
Any interested parties may appear at the hearing and be heard
regarding the adoption of the proposed amendments. Written opin-
ions will be received until 4:00 PM., Wednesday, November 15,
2006.
A copy of the proposed aiffehdment may be inspected in the office


Court, and to serve a copy there-
of upon the Plaintiff's attorney,
whose name and address
appears hereon, on or before
DECEMBER 4, 2006; the nature
of this proceeding being a suit
for foreclosure of mortgage
against the following described
property to-wit
Lot 750, INDIAN POINT, Phase
7, according to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book 11,
Pages 98 and 99, of the Public
Records of Osceola County,
Florida.
A/K/A 125 South Roma Way
Kissimmee Florida 34746
If you fail to file your answer or
written defenses in the above
proceeding, on the Plaintiff's.
attorney, a default, will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or
Petition.
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs any accommo-
dation in order to participate in
this proceedings, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to the pro-
vision of certain assistance.
Please contact Court Adminis-
tration at 2 Courthouse Square,
Suite 6300, Kissimmee, Florida
34741, Telephone: (407) 343-
2417, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this
described notice; if you are hear-
ing or voice impaired, call 1-
(800) 955-8771.
SDATED at Osceola County,
Florida, on this 31st day of Octo-
ber 2006,
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Betsy Quitiones
BETSY QUINONES
As Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
DANIEL C. CONSUEGRA
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, Florida 33619-1328
Telephone: (813) 915-8660
Fax it: (813).915-0559
November 4, 11, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
OSCEOLA, FLORIDA.
Case Number: Cl 06-OC-2496.
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF
$4,460.00 and $1,330.00
in U.S. CURRENCY
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDINGS
TO ANY AND ALL PERSONS
WHO CLAIM AN INTEREST IN
THE FOLLOWING PROPER-
TY,
$4,460.00 and $1,330.00
in U S CURRENCY
The Osceola County Sheriff's
Office seized the above
described property on or about
September 16, 2006, at or near
Osceola Parkway and Boggy
Creek Road, Kissimmee, Osce-
ola County, Florida. A Complaint
for Forfeiture, pursuant to the
Florida Contraband Forfeiture
Act, Sections 932.701-707,
Florida Statutes (2004) has
been filed in the Circuit Court in
and for OSCEOLA County.
If no claimant appears and no
claim is filed, a request will be
made for an immediate hearing
and Final Ordernof Forfeiture.
Is/ Linda Penny
LINDA PENNY
General Counsel
Florida Bar #: 339768.
Osceola County Sheriff's Office
2601 E. Irio Bronson Highway
Kissimmee, Florida 34744
Telephone: (407) 348-1146
November 4, 11, 2006


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehi-
cles at 4691 South Orange Blos-
som Trail, Kissimmee, Florida
34746-6231, on the following
dates at 9:00 o'clock A.M., pur-
suant to Subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes.
OSCEOLA AUTO SALVAGE
reserves the right to accept or
reject any and/or all bids
NOVEMBER 28, 2006
1) 1994 CHEVROLET
VIN #' 2G1FP22S6R2132796
NOVEMBER 29, 2006


1) 1997 DODGE
VIN #: 1B4GP54L8VB247013
2) 1994 FORD
VIN #: 1FARP14J6RW288652
3) 1995 FORD
VIN #: 1FASP15J9SW199244
4) 1992 PLYMOUTH
VIN #: 2P4GH4537NR514079
NOVEMBER 30, 2006
1.) 1989 General Motors Corp.
VIN #: 1GKCT18Z9K8525421
2) 1994 NISSAN
VIN #t 1N4EB31 P9RC786783
DECEMBER 4,2006
1)1990 CHRYSLER
VIN #: 1C3XY66ROLD873474
2) 1994 FORD
VIN #: 1FFMDU34X1 RUB85630
3) 2001 FORD
VIN #: 1FMYU60E61UC73732
4) 1976 FORD
VIN #: F15YUB50303
November 4, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE No.: PR 06-PR-000523.
Division: Probate.
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF:
CHARLOTTE M. KOEHLER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an Order of Summary
Administration has been entered
in the Estate of:
CHARLOTTE M. KOEHLER
deceased, File Number PR 06-
PR-000523, by the Circuit Court
for Osceola County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the' address of
which is: 2 Courthouse Square,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741; that
the decedent's date of death
was July 20, 2006, that the total
value of the estate In Florida is
less than $9,997,12, and that the
names and addresses of those
to whom it has been assigned by
such order are:
DAYLE C. BUTTERWORTH
326 Missouri Avenue
St. Cloud, Florida 34769
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of
the decedent and persons hav-
ing claims or demands against
the estate of he decedent other
than those for whom provision
for full payment was made in the
Order of Summary Administra-
tion must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702, OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
PERIOD, 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: November
4, 2006.
Persons Giving Notice:
/s/Dayle C. Butterworth
DAYLE C. BUTTERWORTH
326 Missouri Avenue
St. Cloud, Florida 34769
Attorney for Persons
Giving Notice:
/s/C.D. Lewis Jr.
C.D. LEWIS Jr.
C.D. LEWIS Jr., P.A.
Attorney
Florida Bar No.: 435848,
1021 Massachusetts Avenue
St. Cloud, Florida 34769
P.O. Box 701654
St. Cloud, Florida 34770-1654
Telephone: (407) 892-5138
November 4, 11, 2006


LEGAL AD
DEADLINE
FOR
SATURDAY
NEWS-GAZETTE
IS WEDNESDAY
AT 5 PM


of the Community Development Department, City Administration
Building, 101 North Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida between 8:00
A.M. and 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday, except holidays. Please
direct any questions to the Community Development Department,
(407) 518-2140.
In accordance with Florida Statute 286.0105: Any person wishing
to appeal any decision rriade by the Planning Advisory Board with
respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing will need
a record of the proceedings, and for such purposes may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is made.
In accordance with Florida Statute 286.26, persons needing assis-
tance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the
Office of the City Clerk (407) 518-2308.
.November 4, 2006


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD
The City of Kissimmee Planning Advisory Board will hold a Public
Hearing on Wednesday, November 15, 2006 at'5:30 P.M. in the City
Commission Chambers of City Hall, 101 North Church Street, Kissim-
mee, Florida 34741 to hear Office of Don Waggoner conditional use
and site specific redevelopment plan with CRAO waivers request for
a non-medical office establishment in an RB-2 (Medium Density Res-
idential Office) zoning district for the following property:
The subject property is located at the northeast comer of Dillingham
and Verona; 917 W. Verona.
The Planning Advisory Board will hold a meeting to consider their-
recommendation on said request Wednesday, November 15, 2006,
at 5:30 P.M. in the City Commission Chambers, 101 North Church
Street, Kissimmee, Florida.
All interested parties may appear and be heard on the above date.
Written opinion will be received until 5:30 P.M., Wednesday, Novem-
ber 15, 2006. Any questions may be directed to the Development
Services Department at (407) 518-2140
Reference #05-165 PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD
Don Waggoner Office Conversion KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
In accordance with Florida Statutes 286.26, persons needing assis-
tance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the
Office of the City Clerk 847-2821 # 2309 prior to the meeting. (FS
286.26) .
In accordance with Florida Statutes 286.0105: any person wishing
to appeal any decision made by the Planning Advisory Board with
respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing will need
a record of the proceedings, and for such purposes may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is made.
November 4, 2006


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
This is to inform you that the City of Kissimmee City Commission
will hold a Public Hearing at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 28,2006,
in the Commission Chambers of City Hall, 101 N. Church Street,
Kissimmee, Florida to hear a request for a Conditional Use/Site Spe-
cific Redevelopment Plan with CRAO waivers for office conversion for
the project known as:702 & 704 Mabbette Offices The request is to
consider waivers from the site development requirements of Ordi-
nance No. 2038, Kissimmee Land Development Code for the follow-
ing property:
The subject property is located at 702 and 704 Mabbette Street.
All interested parties may appear and be heard on the above date.
Written opinion will be received until 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, November
28, 2006. Any questions may be directed to the Development Services
Department at (407) 518-2140:.
Reference # 05-166 CITY COMMISSION
702 & 704 Mabbette KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
In accordance with Florida Statutes 286.0105: any person wishing
to appeal any decision made by the Planning Advisory Board with
respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing will need
a record of the proceedings, and for such purposes may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is made.
In accordance with Florida Statutes 286.26, persons needing assis-
tance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the
office 'of the City Clerk at (407) 518-2308 prior to the meeting. (FS
286.26)
November 4, 2006 ,


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Pursuant to Section.163.346 Florida Statutes, the City Commission
for the City of Kissimmee, Florida, as the governing body of the Com-
munity Redevelopment Agency, does hereby give public notice in
accordance with Section 163.346, Florida Statues of the intention to
adopt a Resolution adding the "City Centre" project as amend-
ment to the redevelopment plan. The City Commission will consid-
er the resolution immediately following a public hearing to be held on
November 14, 2006, beginning at 6:00 P.M. or as soon thereafter as
possible at City Hall Commission Chambers, 101 Church Street,
Kissimmee, Florida. The proposed Resolution may be inspected in the
Office of the City Clerk at the Municipal Administration Building, 101 N.
Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida. All interested parties may appear
and be heard on the above date.
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA. APPROVING AN
' AMENDMENT TO THE DOCUMENT ENTITLED REDE.,


:. :'..)' .. .


VELOPMENT PLAN FOR THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE,
FLORIDA COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY";
ADDING THE "CITY CENTRE" PROJECT, A PUBLIC/
PRIVATE, MIXED -USE REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT
WITH OFFICE, RETAIL-COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL,
PARKING, AND OTHER RELATED LAND USES, TO THE
LIST OF SHORT-TERM PROJECTS IN THE REDEVEL-
OPMENT PLAN; APPROVING AND RATIFYING THE
EFFORTS OF THE COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT
AGENCY IN CONNECTION WITH THE CITY CENTRE
PROJECT; RATIFYING AND CONFIRMING ALL OTHER 3
PROVISIONS OF THE PLAN; PROVIDING AUTHORITY
FOR THE RESOLUTION'; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH .FLORIDA STATUTE 286.0105: ANY
PERSON WISHING TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE'
CITY COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSID-
ERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING WILL NEED A RECORD
OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSES MAY NEED
TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEED-
INGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY
AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS MADE
IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTE 286.26, PERSONS
NEEDING ASSISTANCE TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY OFTHESE PRO-
CEEDINGS SHOULD CONTACT'THE OFFICE OF. THE CITY-
CLERK 407-51-2313AT 101 N. CHURCH STREET, KISSIMMEE, FC,
34741, PRIOR TO THE MEETING (FS 286.26).
November 4, 2006 ,


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
CITY OF KISSIMMEE
PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD
The City of Kissimmee Planning Advisory Board will hold a public'
hearing to consider amending Ordinance No. 2038 know as the City
of Kissimmee Land Development Code. The public hearing will be
held on Wednesday, November 15, 2006, at 5:30 PM. or as soon-
thereafter as possible, in the City Commission Chambers, located on,
the first floor of City Hall, 101 North Church Street, Kissimmee, Florid
da 34741.
The proposed amendment to be discussed at the public hearing
would be as follows:
An ordinance amending the Land Development Code Section 14-2-
80 ( J ) Satellite Parking Ordinance Amendment. The proposed;
amendment addresses the following issue: ,
Provide an exception for non-residential sites to accommodate-,
satellite parking.
The Planning Advisory Board, following the hearing, may recom-
mend to the City Commission that the amendment Is adopted as prod
posed, that changes be made to the amendment, or that the amend';
ment not be adopted. ,
Any interested parties may appear at the hearing and be heard.
regarding the adoption of the proposed amendments. Wjtten opinions
will be received until 4:00 P.M., Wednesday, November 15, 2006. ,
A copy of the proposed amendments may be inspected in the office'
of the Community Development Department, City Administrationr
Building, 101 North Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida between 8:00.
A.M. and 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday, except holidays. Please'
direct any questions to the Community Development Department"
(407) 518-2140.
In accordance with Florida Statute 286.0105: Any person wishing
to appeal any decision made by the Planning Advisory Board with
respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing will need,
a record of the proceedings, and for such purposes may need to!
ensure that averbatim record of the proceeding is made,,which record
.includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is made:'
In accordance with Florida Statute 286.26, persons needing assist
tance to participate in any of these proceedings should co,.-ia.'-i ir.
Office of the City Clerk (407) 518-2308.
November 4, 2006



NOTICE OF MEETING
PORTOFINO VISTA
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
A regular meeting of the Board' of Supervisors of the Portoflnq
Vista Community Development District will be held on NOVEM--
BER 15, 2006, at 3:00 P.M., at the Portofino Vista Sales Office,
3400 Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, FL 34772. The meeting is open i
to the public and will be conducted in accordance with the provisions-
of Florida Law for Community Development Districts. A copy of the.
agenda for this meeting may be obtained from the District Manager,,
5701 N. Pine Island Road, Suite 370, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33321. This
meeting may be continued to a date, time, and place to be specified',
on the record at. the meeting. I
Any person requiring special accommodations at this meeting.;
because of a disability or physical impairment 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 meetings is advised that person will need a record of
the proceedings and that accordingly, the person may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
including the testimony and evidence upon which such
appeal is to be based.
RICH HANS,.
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395-Tree Service
KELLY OUTDOOR
TRIMMING REMOVAL

S*STUMP GRINDING
"SERVING OSCEOLA COUNTY
SINCE 1987"
FREE ESTIMATES
LICENSED, INSURED
(407) 396-6729


A-1 PAUL NOLZ TREE SERVICE
*Trimming *Removing
=Slump Grinding
(407) 957-7943
J.D.'S TREE .Service. Free Estimates.
28/years experience. Topping, Trimming,
Tree Removal. 957-4012.

410-Dirt Services

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

ANDY KOSINSKI, INC.
: Concrete Contractor
Residential Commercial
Call 407-346-1163
DOUBLE D CONCRETE
Over 25 years experience
FREE Estimates
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Every Job A "Work Of Heart"
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Sidewalks Driveways
Patios Etc.
Excellent Workmanship
Free Estimates
Call 407-301-5947 or
321-443-9188
425-Stucco/Masonry

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Mobile Home Skirts
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Residential, Commercial.
Free Estimates
407-346-4793
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Custom Cabinetry
Custom Cabinet Refacing
1-Day Cabinet/
Wood Reconditioning
Pantry & Cabinet Organizers
Maria Lahens -'Owner
407-438-8028
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Residential & Commercial
d Since 1982
n- Specializing In:
Repairs Revamps Timers
Installs Lightning Damage
Locate Valves Rain Sensors
"Good Old Fashioned
Reliable Service"
Licensed *Insured
(407) 433-3233
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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
SInterior Exterior
Residential Only Quality Work
(407) 870-8749


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GENERAL REPAIRS & HOME IMPROVEMENTS
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING
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500-Musical Instruction

GUITAR LESSONS By a seasoned pro-
fessional. In your home or my studio. Ma-
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525-Business
Opportunity

A CASH COW!
90 VENDING MACHINE,
UNITS/YOU OK LOCATIONS
ENTIRE BUSINESS $10,970
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FULLY EQUIPPED 3/chair hair salon. Ex-
cellent Kissimmee location. Paying
$267.50/mo. Asking $8500. Price negoti-
able. 407-963-9015.
540-Garage Sales
Kissimmee

2/FAMILY YARD Sale. Sat.11/4. 8am. 308
S.Clyde Ave. Baby clothes, housewares,
collectibles, misc. Too much to list! No ear-
ly birds!
3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 2630 Coral
Avenue, Kissimmee. Friday, 11/3. Satur-
day, 11/4. 9AM-5PM. Furniture. Clothes.
Toys.
3 FAMILY Garage Sale. Nov. 3rd. & 4th.
4350 Merry D. Lane, Off Pleasant Hill.

CHURCH YARD Sale. Friday-11/3, Satur-
day-11/4. 1211 Ocean St. Lots of Bar-
gains.
GARAGE AND Craft Sale. Fri.11/3.
Sat.11/4. and Sat.11/11. 8am-2pm. 703
Paul St., Orange Gardens.
GARAGE SALE Sat.11/4. 8am-2pm.
1808 Paradise Dr. off, Thacker. Plus size
clothes, collectibles, much more.
GARAGE SALE Sat.11/4. 8am-??? 907
Person St. Something for everyone.
GARAGE SALE 1703 Cornett Place,
Kissimmee. 8AM-1PM. Saturday, 11/4.
Furniture. Tools. Clothes And Misc.
GARAGE SALE.Fri.11/3, Sat.11/4. 8am-
2:30pm. Furniture, vertical blinds, other
items. 532 Glade Ct., Poinciana.
GARAGE SALE Fri 11/3. Sat 11/4. 8arrm-
4pm. 114 Biarica Cl .jncrars. Boys ina
women's clothes, household stuff, brick-a-
brack, adult diapers/liners.
HUGE. MOVING SALE Lots, All Must
Go. Friday, 11/3. Saturday, 11/4. Sunday,
11/5. 655 Floridian Drive, Poinciana. New
Furniture. (407) 433-0641.
MEGA MOVING SALE Thursday. Friday.
Saturday. 3410 Oak Drive, Kissimmee. Off
Pleasant Hill, Behind C.V.S.


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Page D6, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, November 4, 2006


HUGE MOVING sale. Nov.4. 1529 Regal
Court, Neptune Rd to Kings Hwy. 7:30am.
HUGE YARD Sale. Everything must go!
Sat.11/4, Sun.11/5. 8am-3pm. Books, cloth-
ing, collectibles, fumiture, jewelry, more misc.
household, pictures, records. 2356 Heather
Ave., Jacaranda Estates off Michigan.
MOVING SALE!!! Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 2nd.-
4th,, 8AM-3PM. 1761 King Henry Dr., off
Neptune & Kings Hwy. Furniture, comput-
er items, good clothing, smoking grill, ster-
eo speakers, microwave, drum set, kids
electric scooter with seat in passenger
place, lamps, household, sleeping bags &
much more. All must go!!
NEIGHBORHOOD SALE Fri., Sat. Tools,
toys, furniture, household, yard equip-
ment, floral and craft. 2526 Heath Ct.
PINERIDGE COMMUNITY Yard Sale. Off
Pleasant Hill Road. Saturday, 11/4. Sun-
day, 11/5. 8AM-4PM.
SATURDAY, 8AM-??? 2061 Pine Needle
Trail, Off Pleasant Hill.
SATURDAY, NOV. 4TH., 9AM-2PM. Misc.
household, small appliances. 416 Ball Ct.,
Poinciana.
WAREHOUSE SALE. 1212 Dyer Blvd.
Friday & Saturday. Nov. 3rd. & 4th.,
8:30AM-2PM. Tools, Bandsaw, Wood
Lathe, Household.
YARD, SALE 725 Canterbury Lane
(Downtown Off S. Clyde). Lots of Stuff.
7AM-Until? Saturday, 11/4.
545-Garage Sales
St. Cloud


325 MASSACHUSETTS. Sat.11/4. Back-
yard Infant to adult. Great stuff!
ANTIQES & Household items. Saturday-
11/4, 8am-4pm Sunday-11/5, 12-4pm.
Pine Lake Estates, 1818 Peachtree Blvd.,
COMMUNITY YARD Sales Sandhill
Brown Chapel At Commerce Drive. Satur-
day, 11/4. Gates Open 7AM-2PM. Many
Misc. Items.
FRI.11/3, SAT.11/4. 1215 Lakeshore.
Tools, household, tapes, misc.
FRIDAY, 3RD., SATURDAY, 4TH.
7:30AM-2PM. 703 Eastern Ave. Tools,
antiques, lots of misc. A lot of good
dealsill
FRIDAY-11/3, Saturday-11/4, 8am-2pm.
512 Georgia Ave. Something for every-
one. Lots of great bargains.
GARAGE SALE 11/3, 11/4. 5620 Lake
Lizzie Dr., Sharps Park. Furniture, house-
hold, misc.
GARAGE SALE Fri.11/3, Sat.11/4. 7am-
??? 1400 Ohio Ave. Household items,
clothing, misc. Little bit of everything.
GARAGE SALE Christmas Tree-Decora-
tions. Toys. Barbies. Misc. 3418 Cypress
Point Circle. Saturday, 11/4. 8AM-1 PM.
GARAGE SALE. Saturday-11/4, 8am-
12pm. No earlybirds. 3370 Celena Circle,
behind Big Lots.
NEIGHBORHOOD
YARD SALE *
Saturday-11/4, 8am-2pm. THE STATE
STREETS. Lakeshore to 10th. Michigan, Illi-
nois, Indiana, Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania,
New York, Massachusetts. Vehicles, fumi-
ture, tools, big screen TV, plants, arts and
crafts, jewelry, books, plus size clothes. For
more info, call Faye 407-414-7870.
HUGE BLOCK SALE!!! Nov. 4th., 8AM-?
Englewood Dr., Hickory Hollow Off Old
Hickory Tree Road.
HUGE YARD SALE!!! Too mu.:n 10 reer,r-
tloni! 14 Mssissipp.Adi, A l? SiuraavgPSurn.
ctay Onlyin,
HUGE YARD Sale Caroi. Cr--k .anrd
Palm. Thurs.11/2-Sun.11/5. Lots of every-
. thing. Come and see! ,
LARGE YARD Sale. Sat.11/4, 7am-5pm.
615 Georgia Ave. 3/desks, bunkbed,
hutch, more.
MOVING SALE!!! Saturday, 11/4,
8:30AM. 4245 Cypress Dr., (The Manor).
Household Furnishings, Computer Equip-
ment & Manuals, Porcelain Dolls, Boyds
Bears & Much More. Call (407) 452-0730
For Information.
MOVING SALE, Friday & Saturday. 9AM-
3PM. Everything: must go!!! Sofabed,
tools, kitchen utensils, morel!! 203 East-
ern.
MOVING SALE. Saturday-11/4, 9am-
4pm. 2113 Peachtree Blvd., Pine Lake Es-
tates. Clothes, kitchen, books, misc.
NEIGHBORHOOD YARD Sale. Friday-
11/3, Saturday-11/4, 8am-2pm. 227 & 216
Maryland Ave. Household, toys, Christ-
mas, fabric.
SALE 612 Vermont Ave. St.Cloud. 11/04.
Baby girl clothes, microwave, other misc.
items.
SATURDAY-11/4. 1036 Tony Circle, Ca-
noe Creek Woods. Table w/six chairs, buf-
fet china cabinet & misc.
TRASH & Treasure! Teka Village, Kissim-
mee Park Rd. Saturday-11/4, 7am-lpm.
Donuts, coffee & lunch!
YARD SALE 713 California Ave. Satur-
day, Sunday. DVD's, CD's, books, go cart,
snake, video games.
YARD SALE Sat.11/4. 932 Virginia Ave.
Clothes, luggage, high chair, odds and
ends.
YARD SALE. Friday-11/3, Saturday-11/4,
8am-??. 12 Minnesota. Lots of good stuff!
YARD SALE. Saturday, 4th. 8:30AM-?
2840 Missouri Ave. Lots of misc. & Christ-
mas.
YARD SALE. Saturday-11/4, 7am-3pm.
216 Alabama. Something for everyone.
I 575-Exercise Equip.

FOR SALE: FitnessQuest ECLIPSE
1100HR/A Elliptical Trainer, Never used.
$280. Cash only please. (407) 744-3806.

590-For Sale General

GARAGE DOOR For sale. 16x7. Like
new. $590. 863-419-4413.
HOT TUB/SPA $1995.
LOADEDI New! 110/volts. Waterfall with
LED lights, cup holders, bucket seats.
Free delivery.
407-870-7549
NEW DOUBLE Pane windows. 53 1/2 x
50. $200 obo. 407-892-1647.
POOL TABLE Brand new, gorgeous 8'
wood table. 1" slate, leather pockets.
Never used Cost $5K, sell $1295. 407-
846-8822.
SANTA CLAUSE Fullsize Santa Sleigh
Used In Parades. Needs To Be Sold Be-
fore 12/25/06. Make Offer. (407) 847-
2334.
WOODEN DINING Room Table With 6
Chairs. $150.00. Black Microwave,
$20.00. 863-258-0750.

S 610-Appliances I
2 RANGES, $60 each & 1 refrigerator,
$80. Very good condition. (321) 206-8930.
COIN OPERATED Speed Queen com-
mercial washers/dryers. 14 total ma-
chines. $1250. 407-847-6002.
GE DISHWASHER, (White), $50. (321)
284-6661.
KENMORE STOVE White, Self Cleaning,
-+ Digital Display, $100. Kenmore Refrigera-
tor, (Bisque), W/Ice Maker, $100. (321)
284-6661.


WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR. Used
but runs great. Ice cold. $50. 407-935-
1827. Leave message.
I 625-Furnishings I

BASSETT BEDROOM Set. Kingsize bed,
dresser and 2/nightstands. Paid $7000.
Asking $1500. 407-957-1455.
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 $100. All brand new queen pillow-
top in factory -plastic with warranty. Can
deliver. Also king, $180. 407-846-8822.
BED 100% All new in plastic, name brand
King pillow-top set. Must move, $220.
407-423-1202.
LAZY BOY Recliner. Like 6ew. Beautiful
blue. $125 obo. 407-847-3989.
SOLID OAK kitchen table & (4) chairs
w/glass top. Includes two leaves. $200.
Cash only please. Call (407) 744-3806.

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Full & Part Time Available.

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Paid Vacation.
Paid Training.
Backgro nd/Drug Test Required.
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AIRCRAFT LINEMAN Needed. Experi-
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person: 3031 W.Patrick St., Kissimmee..
CASTLEROCK PIZZA
Hiring experienced drivers. Please call to
set up an appointment. 407-483-4000.
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-
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Excellent Benefits!
$2000 Sign-On Bonus!
CDL-A, 2yrs. exp.
DOT Physical/Drug Screen
Purdy Brothers Trucking
800-745-7290


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.
HOUSECLEANERS WANTED. Daytimes
only, Monday-Friday. Local cleaning serv-
.ice. Car required. $8.50/hour + mileage.
321-697-0063.
IMMEDIATE PART TIME OPENINGS
Up To $500.00 Weekly To Start!

Paid Training
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Weekend Availability a Must!
Reliable Transpbrtation Needed
To learn more call now!
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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.
KISSIMMEE DISASTER Restoration
Company looking for a few good people.
IICRC certifications a plus. Heavy lifting,
clean driving record. Must pass drug
screening tyest and background check.
No experience required. 407-343-0016 or
407-851-0079.
LAWN SPRAY TECH NEEDED. Experi-
enced In Lawn & Shrub Spraying Re-
quired. Pest Patrol. (407) 944-9445.
PT DRIVER With Osceola Council on Ag-
ing. Must have Florida CDL license with P
endorsement. Experience working with
seniors a plus. Complete application at
1099 Shady Lane, Kissimmee FL. 34744.


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.
PLANT NURSERY- Herb, plug, cutting
production personnel. Self motivated, de-
tail oriented. Must like working with your
hands and being outdoors. Some experi-
ence helpful but not necessary. Sunday
required. Apply in person: 3200 Tindall
Acres Rd. (off Boggy Creek), St.Cloud.
407-957-9915.
POSITION AVAILABLE Septic Compa-
ny. CDL Class A Required.
407-847-4960.
RESIDENT CARE ATTENDANTS
Enthusiastic, Must Love Seniors. Full
Time & Part Time Position A'ailable.
(407) 892-8502, Savannah Court ALS
SECURITY OFFICERS/
SUPERVISOR. Poinciana. FT/PT, flex.
Weekly pay, good benefits, up to
$10.50/hr. Must have clean "D" license.
866-407-7252.
SKATE REFLECTIONS
Part Time
Snack Bar Floor Guards
Cashier Hostess
1111 Dyer Blvd., Kissimmee

TOW TRUCK driver needed. Must live in
Kissimmee. Dellwood Towing: (407) 847-
2334.
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.
|I 715-Hotel/Motel I

HIRING
Maintenance Supervisor
And'
Maintenance Personnel,
Housekeepers
Front Desk.
All Shifts
Apply in person:
Quality Inn Heritage Park
407-846-4545
HOUSEKEEPERS WANTED. FT + Ben-
efits. Resort near Disney. PT Turndown.
Call 407-239-1946. EOE'DFW.

I 720-Restaurant/Lounge I

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.
WOODSBY'S COUNTRYSIDE CAFE.
Now Hiring For All Positions For Evening
Shifts. Apply 'In Person, 4515 S.O.B.T.,
K.ss.im.rn ee (-' i 32-2252
S725-Clerical


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Great pay and benefits.
Friendly workplace. DFWP/EOC.
730-Accounting
Bookkeeping


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Needed immediately. Full time, Holopaw.
Must be proficient in QuickBooks, Micro-
soft, Word & Excel knowledge, Position
will handle A/P, A/R, bank reconciliations &
general office duties. Benefits & opportun-
ity for growth. Pay depending on qualifica-
tions.
Email: shaw2901 @bellsouth.net

I 735-Educational I

GROWING ST. CLOUD
Pre-School Has Openings For CDA
Teachers. Experience Preferred. Call
(407) 892-3003 Or (407) 892-7727.
PART/FULL TIME Teacher. Experience
Necessary. CDA Preferred. Please Call:
(407) 892-5437 For Interview.
SEEKING LICENSED Real Estate In-
structors for real estate school. Fax re-
sume to 888-820-2158.


TEACHER I 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) 892-9814.
740-Security I

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 Potential. Compensation & bene-
fits available. 407-994-2872.
SECURAMERICA SEEKING
F/TAnd P/T
D Licensed Officers In Poinciana & Kis-
simmee At $8.75 $9.25 Hour W/Bene-
fits. Free Gift Certificate W/Hiring.
(407) 856-2969

760-Beautician
Cosmetology

BARBER WANTED. St.Cloud area. Full
or part time. Established business. (407)
892-7467.
Brand New
GREAT CLIPS
Now Open In
Super Target Plaza
$15-$20 Per Hr. Average
Equals Base +Comm. +Tips
Bonuses &. Incentives
NEVER Straight Commission
Guaranteed Income
Guaranteed Clientele
High Volume Salons
Aetna Health Insurance
Dental Vision Life Ins.
Paid Vacations + 401K K
Longevity Bonus Plan
*'Regular Salary Reviews
Best Paid Training in Industry
Real Growth Opportunities '
Management Oppor. & Training
SEmployee Discounts
Flexible Scheduling
State of the Art Salon
Warm, Friendly,and Fun.
Workplace
Apply- Inquire Today!
Call Tina, Senior Mgr.
Cell: 407-921-3000
Fax: 407-644-4733
Email:
greatclipsishiring@gmail.com

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

NEW STAFFING NEEDED!
Hairstylist, Pedicurist. Salary, commis-
sion, booth rental. FT/PT. Call after
1 10am. 407-870-9099.
STYLISTSS NEEDED. Hair Mania,
.itfCIGoud. Paid commission. Privately
-wned;. qall Melody 407-791-8712.
.bh u,, 770-Maintenance |

FULL TIME l.l r l.ir,i :-,,eeded. Experi-
ence rqu ir.3.l Appi, Al rir,
Bellavisla
425 Fountainhead Circle
noi!i'*.' *: Ste. 105, Kissimmee
r ., : 407,932-0660 EOE
.#IRIGATION ASSISTANT Supervisor
withh experience and good driving record.
Far, r-sume: 407-935-1577 or call: 407-
')35.1J 4 1,


MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
IJOB 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
and 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
qualifications. Excellent benefits package.
Apply in person, Tuesday-Saturday,
7:30am-4pm, 3045 Polynesian Isles Blvd.,
Kissimmee.


- Looking to launch an EXCITING new

Si career in the real estate industry ?


Motivate. Educate. I


HEALTH CARE CENTER
+ R.N, / LPN- PRN (Pool / On Call, all shifts) Sat. and Sun.,
both days, are required once a month for this position.
HOME HEALTH
+ R.N. PRN (Pool / On Call, all shifts) Must have previ-
ous Home Health experience
VILLAGE
+ VILLAGE PATROL (SAFETY ASSISTANT) Full Time,
40 hours, night shift (3rd). Must have a current, valid,
and clean FL. St. DL. Military/Police or Florida Class D
Security license is a plus. Will also train for position.
+ BUS DRIVER Part Time, 2-3 days per week and spe-
cial assignment as needed. Requires CDL Class "B"
with "P" endorsement for passengers and must have
certification for air brakes. Must be 21 years of age or
older and have a clean (valid) Florida Drivers License.


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+ FINANCE DIRECTOR/OFFICE MANAGER -
Reports directly to Executive Director Mary
Kraus: supervise and over see all aspects of
accounts payable, receivable, money manage-
ment for a Not For Profit Organization: work
with residents and families on collections of
past due bills; work with the Good Samaritan
Budgeting process, development, and monthly
statements; review monthly operations for
opportunities and lead team of dedicated pro-
fessionals in analysis accounts; create a posi-
tive working environment that supports growth
and personal accomplishments; participate in
conference calls with National Campus on
achievement of Center Goals; recognize, sup-
port, nourish, be a role model for Christian
based operation.


ALL positions require the ABILITY to COMMUNICATE effectively with Residents and Co-Workers.

Apliaton acptd nl o Mn, hus.& r .. Sah-2no &10pm40p


775-Crafts, Trades
& Skills

Attn: Co Drivers/O/ops-
SE Regional Fleet
DRIVE FOR
THE #1 REGIONAL CARRIER!
**Home Weekly**
Great Benefits Package
Hire on now &
be eligible for holiday pay!
Recruiter Av. M-F & Sat AM
Ask about
our Super Regional Runs!!
CDL-A, 1 yr. exp. or 6 mths.
exp. w/major carrier
800-299-4744
www.arnolddrivingjobs.com
CARPENTERS
Try a company that
appreciates you!
* Excellent Pay Benefits Perks
Travel Opportunities
Call (407) 935-0012


DISNEY AREA CRAFT SHOW
looking for Crafters &
Food & Produce Vendors.
407-436-2517, 407-436-8916

DRIVERS WANTED. CDL C required. FT
+ Benefits. Resort near Disney. Call 407-
239-1946. EOE DFW.
ELECTRICIANS...
NEEDED For Long Term Projects.
Top Pay & Benefits
Call (407) 847-0063
FRAGILE FLOWERS
NEED TOUGH DRIVERS!
See what ARMELLINI has to offer!
**Team or solo wanting to Team**
Class A CDL with HazMat req.
800-428-0343
choose option 1 Palm City
or visit www.armellini.com
PLUMBERS...
WANTED For Local Projects.
Top Pay & Benefits
Call (407) 935-0012


4 OFFICE PERSON *

Full and part-time positions. Bilingual, a plus.
Dependable. Bookkeeping. Quickbooks, Excel,
Microsoft Word, LED-40H and basic office skills in
school environment. Background check necessary.
Mail to:

Personnel Dept.

PO Box 421084, Kissimmee, FL 34742-1084


**Immediate Openings**

Management Opportunities ,.
-Wqqo-. Starting at $33,000 to $51,500

Based on Experience, 5-Day Work Week/Set Schedules
Unlimited. Growth Potential
Full Benefit Package/Weekly Pay, Scholarship Program
Sales Associate Opportunities
Starting Pay: $9.00hr., Flexible Schedules
Advancement Opportunities, Other Great Benefits
Scholarship Program
Open House Career Fair
9:00am 6:00pm Wednesday, November 8, 2006
Racetrac Store Support Center
Bay Colony-Complex, 4525 Vineland Rd., Suite #202
Orlando, FL 32811
1-4 Exit 78 Conroy to Vineland Make Right

APPLY NOW! CALL 24 HOURS A DAY!
Management Applicants Call: 1-866-639-4473
Associate Applicants Call: 1-877-622-6222
www.racetrac.com
EOE





Come Grow


with Us!



All full-time employees receive great benefits to
include medical and dental insurance, vacation and
sick days, tuition reimbursement, pension plans
and much more!

Building Maintenance
Maintenance Worker / Custodian $10.47 per hour
Planning & Zoning:
Planner $36,252 $54,378 annually
Parks & Recreation:
Pool Lifeguard (Part-Time/Seasonal) $8.00/hr
Recreation Leader (Part-Time/Seasonal) $8.43/hr
Pool Attendant (Part-Time/Seasonal) $7.00/hr
Public Safety:
Communications Operators $13.24 per hour
Police Officers $16.11 per hour
Substitute Crossing Guard $8.60/hour (Part-Time)
Public Works:
City Engineer Utilities $53,661 -$80,492
Lead Maintenance Worker- W/WW $13.24 per hour
Line Technicians $10.47 19.10 per hour (pending qualifications)
Maintenance Mechanic- Water/Sewer-$12.73 per hour
S* Maintenance Worker- Streets $10.47 per hour
Senior Tradesworker $13.77 per hour
Traffic Signal Technician $12.24 per hour
Treatment Plant Lead Operator $15.80 per hour
Treatment Plant Operators $13.77 $23.25 per hour (pending license)

CLOSING DATES will apply. Be sure to check our website for
the newest career opportunities, minimum qualifications, rate of pay
and availability, or; visit us in person to fill out an application!

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FULL TIME sub contracted pool person
requirquired for Kissimmee area. Training
given. Call 321-697-5448.
HELP WANTED. Experienced Roofers.
Good pay. Experience in tile a plus! 407-
891-7080.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS:
CNC Press brake s/up, Toolmakers &
Laser Operator for metal stamping mfg.
in S. Orlando.
Apply: 10659 Rocket Blvd.,
Fax resume: (407) 859-6473
DFWP, EOE.
LIGHTNING PROTECTION
INSTALLERS
10p% Training. 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 a
must 407-957-6767.
NOW HIRING: Knuckle Boom & Shovel
Logger Operator. Good Pay. 6 Days Per
SWeek. (407) 891-8400.
A; ORLANDO ROCK
is expanding and needs Experienced Fin-
ish Grader & Loader Operators. Come
Sand 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.
785-AC/Heating
Mechanics

- AC SERVICE TECHS & SHEET METAL
INSULATORS
Good Driving Record;
S Benefits& Top Pay:.
(407) 891-8890

| I. 790-Automotive
WANTED AUTO Body Man For Classic
Cai Pan T-,m.e Or Full -ime 407| 933.
,. 2746
795-Professional I
CITY ENGINEER- UTILITIES
.' lusi rave a Bachelor's degree in civil or
environmental engineering, possession of
Siaie -I Florida Professional
- Engineering License or ability to obtain
Swlhn 6 months ol rme, a valid drivers
,. iierns arn 5 years of related experience.
SSalary Raige $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/D/V
IMMEDIATE OPENING.
C', ,,"i [- -,Tr.ni..ai, f.13na.r -r I.: r o r.e
Klhiimrnee area $10 per rour Musibe bi
I ngual WorP,.riq for ihe Oi randjc Sun Vil-
lage HOA Please call Kale al |4071322-
4446 or fax resume to Attn:' Katie
(407)333-4407.
JOIN OUR TEAM


Are you looking for a rewarding opportun-
ity? Please consider joining The Center for
Drug Free Living Inc. which has been pro-
viding services to the residents of Central
Florida for 35 years. The following full time
positions are AVAILABLE in Osceola
County:
* ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR
- BEHAVIORAL SPECIALIST/
MENTAL HEALTH TECH:
* FAMILY INTERVENTION
SPECIALIST
* FAMILY PREVENTION
SPECIALIST/HEALTH
EDUCATION /


* COUNSELORS/SOCIA
WORKERS
S*LPN
- MEDICAL ASSISTANT


QUALIFIED CANDIDATES MAY
APPLY AT:
5970 South Orange Blossom Tr.
Intercession City, Florida 33848
(Located between Poinciana and
Highway 532),
407-846-5294 Office
407-846-5298 Fax
Criminal Background Screening
And Drug Test Required
EEO EMPLOYER


I 810-Medical I


COLLECTION
REPRESENTATIVE


Winter Haven Hospital is currently seeking
a Collection Rep in our Business Office.
This position performs collection follow-up
with third party payers utilizing the most
appropriate means available, including tel-
ephone contact, on-line inquiry and written
communication. High school graduate or
equivalent and a minimum of one (1) year
collection experience in a hospital or
healthcare setting is required. Applicant
must possess basic knowledge of health-
care payer programs.
,,We offer a competitive salary and a gen-
erous benefits package. Apply in person at
one of these Polk Works One-Stop loca-
S tions: Winter Haven, 500 E. Lake Howard
Drive and Lakeland, 936 E. Parker Street.
EOE. Drug Free Workplace.


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 Weekend
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
10AM/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

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

DENTAL ASSISTANT- Full time position
for experienced Dental Assistant. Self mo-
tivated team player. Call 407-348-9719.
OSCEOLA
HEALTHCARE CENTER
has openings for
full time 7am-3pm &
3pm-11 pm Nurses.
Interested individuals
should apply at:
Osceola Healthcare Center
4201 W. New Nolte Rd.
St.Cloud
407-957-3341
EOE/M/F
RN'S, LPN'S, CNA's Needed. Competi-
tive pay rates and signon bonus. Call 407-
852-9388.
STAFF COORDINATOR Needed for a
busy healthcare staffing office. Experience
preferred but not required. Email resume:
cburres39@yahoo.com
815-Construction'
FOREMAN NEEDED For C.& C Silt Fenc-
ing Corp. Must Have Clean MVR. Call
J407) 908-3155 ...
OSCEOLA/SHOPPER
NEWS GAZETTE
INTERNET
is the winning combination for your Real
Estate advertising. Call us when buying,
selling or renting! 407-846-7600
CANCEL OR change classified ads by
calling The Osceola News-Gazette at
407-846-7600 before noon on Friday.


Light Equipment Opern

Maintenance Worker.

Mechanic ...... . .

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

Scalemaster.... . .

Senior Planner . . .

Warehouse Clerk ...


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

1004-Wanted To
Rent/Buy


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


How to sell your house
in 9 days!!

We buv routes' For acial. call our
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I 1010-Rboms |

ROOM FOR Rent Kissimmee area. 321-
624-3007.
ROOM FOR Rent, Kissimmee. Private
home, kitchen privileges, fenced in yard.
Much. morel 407-791-6768.
1020-Apartments I
1/BR FURNISHED Apartment, upstairs.
Cable included. Everything furnished.
$730/mo. 407-870-8893.
1BR/1BA IN Kissimmee. Newly renovat-
ed, all new appliances. Washer/dryer op-
tional. $800/mo. Call 305-281-8378.
2BR/1BA APARTMENT Downtown Kis-
simmee. Washer/dryer hookup, water in-
cluded. $775/mo. $800/dep. 407-908-
2474.
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.
$750/Month, includes water,' amenities.
Nb Section 8. No pets over 10 Ibs.
Ericka: (40.7) 744-6393.
APARTMENT RENTAL
St. Cloud. 1 Bedroom:;l Bain. No Peis.
$625"Mo Plus Security (407) 925 2966
FOUNTAINHEAD/BELLAVISTA -
Spcious 1, 2 & 3 Be0ronoms. All re4
siainrle3s .eel appliances W D ,in:lud3a
S, 417 Fountainhead Circle., .
S 40-932-0660.
Ca ll'For Specialsl
KISSIMMEE HEIGHTS
2/1 Garden Apartment. A-1 Condition.
W/D Connections. Close 'To 192-441.
$750/$725 Month. Call (407) 343-74 l,
KISSIMMEE- 2 & .3 b room aparimerit
now available. Greal Speciall Call Tod.ay
407-846-6008.


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........ $49,578.00

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SINGLE STORY LIVING!!
No upstairs or downstairs neighbors.
HEATHERWOOD APARTMENTS
Studio, 1 & 2 Bedrooms Available
Starting at only $485/mo.
Call 407-932-1613


I 1030-Cottages I
CUTE UNFURNISHED Cottage For Rent.
1Bedroom. 1 Bath. $425/Mo. $300/Secur-
ity Deposit. 1020 Portgate Street, Kissim-
mee. (407) 343-1202 After 6PM.
1035-Villas I
ST.CLOUD 3BR/2BA
Tiled, w/appliances, covered patio.
$950/Month, Security. No Pets.
America's Properties & Realty
(407) 892-5600

I 1040-Townhouses I
BEST DEALI New 4BR/2.5BA Townhouse.
1700/sq.ft., garage. $1195/month. 301-788-
7855. abethke@subaru.com
BOGGY CREEK ROAD AREA
Extra Large 2BR/2BA, 10/Minutes To Kis-)
simmee, 15/Minutes To OIA. W/D, All Ap-
p liances, Fireplace. NO PETS.
$800/Month. $1000/Security.
407-847-7231, 407-729-9166,
407-729-9167

I 1045-Homes I
2 STORY HOUSE
2,Bedroom 1 Eair, Close To Hir, Sphool
S& Dorniowr. .$900 Mo 224 Latonia
Street. Lee tAn.re i i1407i 9l72.0044.

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

3/2/2 HOME, Kisirrinee. Pc,,ircarna
1900/sq.ft, brand new throughout. Hard-
wood flcuors stainless steel appliances.
S1500rronmr. Section 8. accepted. Call
724-630-6504.
3BR/2BA POOL- Home. Kissimmee,
Close To Schools. $1100/Month. No Pets.
(407) 932-0434 Or (407) 873-0111.
4/2/2 SINGLE family home in nice quiet
neighborhood. $1150/month, $1100 secur-
ity deposit. 407-973-9227.
ADORABLE 3BR/1BA, CHA, near lake.
Lease purchase. $1100/mo. 407-908-
3701.
BEAUTIFUL NEW 3BR/2BA House For
Rent By Owner In: Kissimmee. Spring
Lake Village, Gated Community.
$1200/Month + Security. (917) 771-2902.


BRAND NEW Poinciana Home.
4 Bedroom. 2 Bath. 2 Car Garage.
$1,000/Mo. $1,000/Dep. Please Call
(407) 888-3520 Or (407) 496-1301.
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
of Upgrades. Call (954) 805-1858.
CHARMING KISSIMMEE
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home With Great
Floor Plan. Immediate Move-In.
$1050/Mo. Call (407) 435-7861.
FOUR CORNERS area. $1200/month.
321-624-5477. www.rent2owncfl.com
HOUSE FOR rent. 4/3, lakefront, fire-
place, 1/story in Canoe Creek.
$1500/month. Phone: 786-316-3500.


HOUSE FOR R ent. 4BR/2.5BAo, 2/car ga-
rage, living room, dining room, detached
shed. $1200-$1400/mo. 407-346-4190.
HOUSE RENTAL BELLA LAGO
Live On Lake Toho, An Exotic Gated Re-
sort Style Community In Kissimmee. 3
Bedroom. 2 Bath. 2 Car Garage. Go Boat-
ing, Fishing, Sking, Tennis, Basketball Or
Just Picnic. $1,400/Month. Call (954) 383-
6737.
KISSIMMEE HOUSE 3Bed/2Bath.
$1,000OOOMo Plus 1 Month Security. Brand
New Townhouse. 3Bed/2Ba., $1,300/Mo.
.Plus 1 Month Security. Application/Credit
Check $50.00. (407) 847-2767.

KISSIMMEE, BEAUTIFUL 2/2, 1100/sf.,
screened pool, near Disney, 6/mo. lease.
Good credit required. $895/mo. 407:625-
5866.
KISSIMMEE/CAMPBELL CITY Clean
2BR/1BA, 100x100 yard; W/D-hookup.
$650/month + security deposit. No pets.
407-957-6105.


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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.
ST.CLOUD, 2BR/1BA. Rosedale Ave.
$750/mo. + electric. 1st, last + security.
No pets. For application 321-284-0157.
I 1050-Condos
KISSIMMEE 2BR/2BA, Condo, First
Floor, Pool / Gym, Clubhouse. Close To
Disney & 1-4. Affordable. (561) 795-6800.
1 1055-Duplexes I
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
2BR/1BA MOBILE Home on 2 acres in
St.Cloud Manor. $725/mo. $725/dep. 407-
973-8824 or 407-344-8885.
KISSIMMEE 3BR/2BA Mobile home with
property. $950/mo. $600/sec. 407-908-
3285.
NICE, CLEAN 1 & 2 BEDROOM
Mobile Homes. No Pets.
(407) 933-2350 (407) 933-8394
1070-RV's I
FOR RENT ,
New Park Models & RV's
In Quiet Resort Park.
7/Miles From Disney.
$125-$175/wk.
Monthly Rates Also Available.
(407) 397-9110
1085-Office Space
OFFICE SPACE
Starting $130/Month
Free Utilities
Janitorial Services
Conference Room
600 N.Thacker Ave., Kissimmee
(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.Cloud Commerce park.
407-301-0669.


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.


S 1095-Warehouses


BRAND NEW industrial warehouse., East
end of St.Cloud. 1433 Hamlin Avenue, be-
hind Badcock. Two units- 2023/sq.ft. ea.:h
$1517.25 + tax per month. 12'x12' roll up
doors. bathroom, security system avii.
able Call 407-891-7080
FOR RENT. CICu. Ou riic,' varerou.:-
.150~u q plus mezzanine, receirng
door. 407-344-1004.



200 16,000 sq. ft. Available
Professional Office
Medical
Industrial / Warehouse
Retail
Kissimmee./ St. Cloud
Discover Quality Service From A
OLDE Quality Team
KISSIMMEE
REALTY, INC.
407-944-4822
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KISSIMMEE 4500 SQ. FT.
A/C Office/Warehouse/Storage.
Zoned Business Or Industrial.
407-908-8356 Or 407-847-2804.

1130-Real Estate
For Sale
LOOK IN our Homefinder Section for
more Real Estate Ads.
1 1135-Homes


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.


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


3BR/2BA RANCH Style, new carpet, new-
ly painted inside and out, screened heated
pool, backs up to conservation area.
$255,000. 321-284-4327, 860-982-6722.


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.


1845 BONNIE Drive, St.Cloud. 2/2.
$195,000. Fenced, access Alligator Chain.
407-957-3343, 407-924-1617.


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


1145-Townhouses


2BR/1BA LAKE LIZZIE
.66 Acre. Newly remodeled, includes new
appliances & more! 2 carports, bonus
room, utility shed. $169,000.
(407) 892-8058


ORANGE GARDENS JEWEL ST.CLOUD
Newly Remodeled. 1900 Plus Sq. Ft. OWNER FINANCING
Open And Spacious Split. 3 +/2. Fenced. 6 4BR/2BA, +/- .25 Acre, 2573 Sq.Ft.,
Car Drive. Better Than New. $249,900. 2 Car Garage. Good / Bad Credit OK:
(407) 729-2217. $10K Minimum Down, $1895/Month.
-- 1-800-648-0638, Ext. 2.


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.
2BR/2BA, FLORIDA ROOM,
1/Car Garage, All Tiled, Large Lot,
Nice Neighborhood. Excellent Condtion!
Asking $169,900. Offers Accepted.
Call: (786) 218-0276 Or (863) 242-0513
3/2/2. 1/2 ACRE LOT.
NEW Roof, Floors. Well. H20 System
And More. Above Ground Pool W/Wood
Deck. Many Upgrades. $199,900
Negotiable. (407) 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
JUST REMODELED 3BR/2BA, ceramic
tile throughout, 1/4 acre, fenced yard. New
paint, in/out. Must see! Asking $197,000.
407-436-6362, Owner.
KISSIMMEE ,4BR/2BA, 1/cal garage
block home. 1435sf. Close to shopping
and schools. $165,000 firm. 407-924-
4604.
NARCOOSSEE LEASE Purchase. Possi-
ble owner financing. Remodeled 4BR/2BA
with guest suite on canal to lake.
$259,000. 407-908-3701.
OUR HOME For Sale. Poinciana, Osceo-
la. 2BR/1BA; Screened In Backporch.
Great First Home Or Retirement Home.
Asking $165,000. (407) 933-4313.
POINCIANA- Beautiful 3/2 Horizon Home
overlooking conservation with gourmet
kitchen plus many other upgrades.
$249,900. 407-414-6380.


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APARTMENTS '

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2300 Simpson Ridge Circle
Kissimmee, FL

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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
Billy Or Josephine. (407) 414-5109. (407)
957-2310.



FOR RENT
NO PETS
Freshly Painted &
Cleaned.
2 Bedroom, 2 Bath
Mobile Home, CHA,
New Carpet.
Includes Water, Sewer,
Lawn Care, Trash
Removal & Lot Rent.
$675/mo. $775 Sec. Dep.

Cell# 407-301-5370
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,**.; 4,bedroom, 2/1 baths,
Kissimmee $306,500
,..'2 bedroom, 2 baths,
Kissimmee $220,000
*3 bedroom, 2 baths,
Kissimmee $230,000
3 bedroom, 2 baths,
Kissimmee $213,000
Five Acre Lot
$250,000

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Se vices Corp.

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407-932-0225 or-
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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 Jo-
sephine. (407) 957-2310. (407) 414-5109.


BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME
ON 1.26/ACRES.
3BR/2BA, Attached Carport.
42X60 Workshop. Perfect For Small Busi-
ness, Hobby. Above Ground Pool.
$310,000 (407) 396-0778
ST.CLOUD 4BR/2BA. Just remodeled.
15K below appraisal. Over 2000/sq.ft.
50x150 Corner lot. Ready to move in.
Reduced! $227,900. 407-892-8884.


2BR/2BA, GARAGE, Washer. Dryer, Frig.
1257/Sq.Ft. 3413 Village Green Ct.,
St.Cloud.
Shay (321) 443-6697.
Jack (815) 540-5372
ST.CLOUD
Beautiful 3BR/2BA/1 CAR
1/Story, End Unit
Lots Of Upgrades!
$210,000 OBO
America's Properties & Realty
(407) 892-5600


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.


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J- t rpete O ,ALE 407) 40210


ST. ULOUU $138,5UU
598 Columbia Ave.
1986 DW MH 3/2 1500 sq.ft. on fenced
corner lot, screened porch and no HOA.
OWNER MOTIVATED


S5. LLUUU $94,bUU
524 Columbia Ave.
1984 SW MH 2/2 790 sq.ft.
on fenced lot and no HOA
OWNER MOTIVATED


ST. CLOUD $575,000 ST. CLOUD $389,900
2513 Kaley Wood Ct. 2002 Custom 4/3 3960 Doe Dr. 1986 DW MH 3/2 on
S3550 sq.ft., Pool Home almost 5 acres. Already partially split.
with Hurricane shelter Has 2 parcel ID's.




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Keystone Chisholm Deer Poinciana
Pointe Estates Creek 60 Corona r.
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St. Cloud St. Cloud St. Cloud Klssimme
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NEW 2006 FLEETWOOD 3/2 1500 SQ.FT. ..ASKING $86,900 AFTER VIEWING
NEW 2006 FLEETWOOD 3/2 1400 SQ.FT. ...ASKING $79,900 ODEL HOME



FOR SALE
COVINGTON 2004, Skyline, 3/2, w/porch on back of home. ........... .$61,900
COVINGTON 2000, Like New, 3/2, 1-,200 sq.ft . . . . . . . . .....$51,900
COVINGTON 2005, Skyline, Like New, 3/2. ...... .SOLDjnLy $-0,30u \
COVINGTON 2005, 4/2 Fleetwood ...................... .$86,900


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FOR SALE. 3BR/2BA Doublewide on dou-
ble lot in Kissimmee area. 407-933-4899.
GOOD SAMS / 55+. Older 20X40 DW.
2BR/1.5BA. Large Add On Room. Good
Condition. Asking $19,000 Or Best Rea-
sonable Offer. (407) 931-3368.
INVENTORY BLOWOUT
All Homes Must Goll
$1995 Or Best Offer;
These Homes Won't Last Longil
The Mark
55+ Mobile Home Community
3200 13th. Street, St.Cloud
(407) 892-3979
MOBILE HOME. Great Condition. 2/2. 55
Yrs. + Park. 2540 John Young Pkwy. Lot
#11. Call Sam (407) 414-1863.
MOBILE HOME. 2 Bedroom. 1 Bath. Den.
Screened Room. Shed. Completely Fur-
nished In Adult Park. $10,900. (407) 933-
2746.
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.
Negotlablell (863) 984-9351


I 1175-Out of State I


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


I 1190-Property I
2/ACRES WITH MH. Buildable. Asking
$235,000. Nice homes in area. Current
rental income. $950. 407-908-1840.
1 1200-Waterfront |
WATERFRONT, 3BR/2BA MH. Boat-
dock/Boathouse On Alligator Chain Of
Lakes. $169K, 4% Co-Broke. R.W. Ste-
wart Realty, Owner/Broker. (407) 957-
2223.
I 1210-Lots/Acreage I
2 ACRES St.Cloud Manor with mobile
home. Reduced to $180,000 obo. 3909
Packard. 407-344-8885.
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST LOTS
$500 Down, $199 Month
Owner: (352) 624-2215 or
(352) 236-4579
www.ocalaforestland.com/2nd
S 1270-Vans
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.
1995 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER.
V-6, 18/25 MPG. Runs good. All main-
tenance records. 7 passenger. $1295,
(407) 348-0022.


1996 AEROSTAR. White. Long-Wheel'
Based. Excellent Shape. 27 MPG.
$3,500.00. (407) 846-4933.
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.
S 1275-Trucks I
1951 FORD Pickup Street Rod. $12,000.
Must sell. Make offer. (407) 933-8728.
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
offers (407) 846-1872.
1994 FORD F-150 Super Cab 4x4. Top-
per. ExcellentI $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 conditions
$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) 624-3,021.
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.
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 greatly $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-
edlll (407) 908-2909.


'02 DODGE RAM 1500.V8, 8' bed. Auto,
A/C, cruise, tilt, tow package, topper.
100K. 1 owner. $11,000. 407-744-1712.
'93 F150 with money making business,
$7000. 407-891-1649, 407-414-3404.
'99 RANGER XLT Single cab. V6, au-
tomatic transmission, low miles. Excellent
condition. $6400. 407-414-1066.

I 1280-Campers I
CAMPER/TRAILER, 35', 2/slide outs.
Great hunting camp. $3500 O.B.O. 407-
957-8562.
1 1290-RV's/ Motorhomes
1987 TERRY Resort by Fleetwood- Very
good condition. 29/ft. Everything in good
working order. Asking $3000 O.B.O. Lo-
cated south of St.Cloud. 863-287-1134.


I 1305-Automobiles
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/celling hitch. New soft top.
Almost perfect. Real beauty $11,800.
407-957-9470.
1990 CADDY Deville 4/door. Great shape.
Looks, runs greatly Low miles. New brakes,
air, CD. Must Seel $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 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. 14071 346-2005
1999 CHRYSLER Conveniole Seoring.'
Fully Loaded. Excellent condition. New
brakes. $6300 O.B.O. 407-957-0995,


2000 CHEVY Tracker, 2 Door, Red Con-
vertible, Air, AM/FM CD Player. New Bat-
tery & Tires. (407) 343-1323.
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 SATURI SL1 4 door, CD, cold A/C.
Great condition. $3,900. 321-231-9117.
2002 PONTIAC Grand Prix. White,
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$5000. 407-892-5701.
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407-846-4933.
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